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Red Letter Days Blue Experience Gift Pack

by Red Letter Days
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  • Let someone special choose their own dream Red Letter Days experience
  • Huge range of unforgettable options
  • Can be used as credit towards any Red Letter Days experience
  • The ultimate in flexibility
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  • ASIN: B00163UP4G
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 17 Mar 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 76,049 in Garden & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Garden & Outdoors)

Product Description

Choose from a wide range of experiences including: Scuba Diving for Two, a Flotation Tank Session, a High-Speed Passenger Ride, an Introduction to Yoga, a Spa Day, an Introduction to Wakeboarding, a Day Surfing, RIB Powerboating on the Thames or Body Flying. Other Info: If an experience has increased in price since the issue of your pack you may be required to pay a supplement. Similarly if you choose an experience in another colour band a supplement may apply. The selection is subject to change.

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Red Letter 29 Sep 2012
We were given a Red Letter Day 50 voucher as a gift. We decided to add money to the value of the gift in order to book a nice hotel for two. We have spent 6 weeks + trying to book a hotel with Red Letter day and so far have not been able too. The Red Letter day website will not accept our requested dates (we have tried at least 4 dates) the Red Letter day phone line is useless with a minimum wait time of 20 minutes and when you do get through the staff sound like they would rather be somewhere else.
This voucher is akin to a booby prize. Never again.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Never again! 27 Oct 2012
By Max
I was presented with a 500 voucher by my employer for long service. Very nice, I thought...
Sadly the experiences on offer are inflexible and the customer service absolutely appauling, in the most part. I've still never spoken to a supervisor yet!
I've had the same issues as those who have previously commented - short dated voucher, dates never available...I'm so cheesed off with redletter days.
I've advised my employer not to use them again.
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43 of 47 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Red letter day complaints. 6 Aug 2011
By Rich
I want to say that first of all I really enjoy receiving activity day vouchers but I wouldn't recommend Red Letter Days.

Basically, I fell foul of Red Letter day's ridiculously inflexible attitude.

Having had an event booked for me I was sent a sheet of a4 with my code on and an expiry date (in small print of course). Whatever happened to an nice printed voucher?

I missed their claim date by one day and was happy to pay extra for an upgraded voucher if need be (for a more expensive activity). However, they wouldn't allow me to do this and told me that I had lost my money. Awesome biz model guys, customers want to pay more to do something else with you but you turn away the money. Nice going and incredibly shortsighted.

I accept that Red letter days have to have a cut off point for booking and of course there is a level of personal responsibility on the customer's part but seriously, for the sake of a day you've lost several customers who were going to book future events. My advice, see RED as a warning sign and go straight to Treatme.net instead for your activity days. I do events with them each year and they are much more flexible and helpful.

I'm sure the business model Red Letter days uses works for them in the short term because I would guess that around 10% of vouchers are claimed late and Red Letter days then simply deliver nothing but still get the money. It's similar to the rubbishy store gift vouchers that that give you a few months to use them otherwise you lose the funds (I've never fallen foul of this one but the small print is REALLY small).

If you go through these middle men you also pay way over the odds. It is often much cheaper (probs about 30%) to source it yourself.
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