Juan Sheet is the strangely named character that promotes Plenty Kitchen Rolls and they’re currently running a competition. It’s a purchase necessary enter the code competition and there are 10 x £100000 and 50 x £10000 cash prizes on offer, as well as a host of smaller prizes. Now, we don’t tend to enter that many competitions, but after a trip to Tesco we’d picked up a couple of promotional packs.
The pack says that the promotional code is “printed on the inside of the packaging, underneath the ‘P’ of the Plenty logo on the front”. The reality is that it isn’t! After a lot of cursing and feeling slightly disappointed with Mr Juan Sheet and his lack of codes we decided that an email to Plenty.co.uk would be in order.
And it’s there that we discovered that in fact the code is not under the P, it’s on the P! Plenty even have a nice image on their site demonstrating the location. And here’s our code!
It’s in a black dot matrix style font on the blue background and it’s not the easiest to read. The photo above was taken with a macro lens to try and give you an accurate view of the code as we saw it. If you concentrate long enough you’ll make out a few letters!
We think that anyone looking for the code without visiting Plenty.co.uk will probably end up just chucking out their wrappers because they’ll think that there’s no code (“perhaps it hasn’t won”).
If they’re lucky enough to realise the code is actually on the stem of the “P” then they may also give up trying to enter simply because getting the code is a bit of trial. Opticians could well be using Juan Sheet Plenty competition codes in their future eye tests!
Less entries and less prizes perhaps for Juan Sheet to giveaway!
Anyway, hopefully this blog post will forewarn a few people before buying Plenty. There are codes on the packs, they’re not exactly where they are according to the on pack text, and you’re going to need to concentrate a bit to write down the code.