I'm fed up with rubbishy offers. There is always some catch to them. £50.00 OFF!! (paid in vouchers in 18 months time when you purchase at least 12 items in one calendar month, excluding those containing an R. Paid at our discretion. Vouchers only redeemable for 12 hours on the full price purchase of something really expensive from us and so on and so on....) You usually give up dispirited halfway through as you realise the thing is pretty much worthless. A scam to draw your attention in. Special mention here to:- A) Those glitzy silver and gold FREE WINE cards. Several poor people have waved those at me delighted thinking it's true. It is not nice to put a downer on them and tell them it is an advertising lie. Some won't even believe it at first because of the impressive posh card - I suppose that's the idea. Cifriana was VERY difficult to dissuade about those damn cards. She can be very headstrong and obstinate and she wanted her free wine. Then again, she argued with the landlord of the local pub while trying, fruitlessly alas, to claim the "free house" he was advertising outside. 2) Supposed 'clubs' that give you a discount on loads of things you don't want. Usually tied in with mobile apps. Some of them even try to get you to pay. These things are very popular with the care industry and membership of the 'happy discount shopping club' (offering 10% off Boots No.7 makeup and pantieliners) is touted as one of the fringe benefits of employment with them. You are enrolled whether you like it or not. I have never used it. It is a shittoffer. What is the shittestoffer you have encountered?