Savvy shoppers rewarded at Buttercrane

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Wednesday, January 2nd, 2013
Members of Buttercrane’s Christmas Savings Club have been rewarded for their canniness in saving for Christmas.

As the winner of Buttercrane’s Christmas Savings Club’s draw’s Christmas dinner for ten people, Maeve Coulter from Mayobridge is pictured receiving a £300 Voucher

Not only have they been able to enjoy a carefree Santa-spree, knowing that their purchases have already been paid for, they’ve also been enjoying extra hospitality at the Centre, plus the chance to win prizes in a series of weekly draws. Winners have been collecting their prizes, with Maeve Coulter from Mayobridge chosen as overall winner, taking home everything needed for a fabulous Traditional Christmas Dinner for a family of ten. Maeve got to enjoy a luxurious M&S Christmas dinner in the comfort of her own home, courtesy of Buttercrane Centre. Since the savings club was launched in October a number of lucky shoppers have won prizes. They included: Teresa Carragher from Cullyhanna, Co Armagh, won an iPad 2; and Angela Kearney from Banbridge and Linda Woods from Poyntzpass each won a bottle of festive fizz. Speaking to Newry Times, Peter Murray, Buttercrane Centre Manager said; “Buttercrane’s new Christmas Gift Card Savings Club helps families to spread the cost of Christmas. “By putting a little away each week or month, our super-savers found they’d cash to hand to spend as they please and they were able to enjoy the choice that the 50 great stores at Buttercrane offer…. without being concerned about going over budget! He added, “The Buttercrane Christmas Gift Card Savings Club is a great way to help shoppers manage expenditure and we believe it has helped a lot of people avoid that feeling of gloom that can set in when, in January, you start totalling the cost of that Merry Christmas. “It’s easy and relatively painless to pop a few pounds into your account each time you shop and, as our happy savers will tell you, a canny Christmas is a happy Christmas!”
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