Bunnings shopper scores free hidden gift cards in store after finding bizarre ‘golden bones’ hidden in the aisles
- Bunnings shoppers given free gift cards
- They found golden bones in store
Bunnings shoppers have been scoring free gift cards, sweet treats and merchandise after finding golden bones hidden in store.
The golden bones were hidden among the DIY giant’s goods to celebrate the launch of their huge pet range.
‘Went to check out the new pet range at Bunnings today, spotted this ‘Golden Bone’, had no idea what it was but picked it up and read the tag,’ one customer said.
Adding: ‘Took to the service desk and got given a $10 gift card, and a Freddo! Not a bad score!’
While another woman couldn’t believe her luck when she won a $20 voucher, doggie jacket and ball for her pooch after taking him in store for the pet supplies launch.
This customer was thrilled with their gift card and merchandise
‘Lucky’ bones were found all over stores – each Bunnings were able to launch the supplies their own way
Another said they got some hi-vis bandannas and portable bowls after heading to the store with their dogs.
One woman posted a picture of her cats exploring the store as well.
‘My son called in to Bunnings and got two bandannas, two collapsible water bowls and a little bag that had a few treats, a squeaky toy and two vouchers for free coffee,’ added another.
Another Bunnings store invited their local animal shelter along to the launch.
Other dogs looked cool in their Bunnings Merch
This puppy enjoyed his hi-vis vest after visiting the store
Another customer won chocolate and a gift card while one woman brought her cats to the launch
‘There with some puppies waiting for adoption, it was fantastic puppies found their new families,’ a thrilled customer said.
Bunnings General Manager of Operations Matt Tyler said each store was given the opportunity to put on pet-themed fun over the weekend to launch the new products.
‘Our team are always looking for ways to deliver the best experience for our customers and we regularly host a variety of free DIY workshops, kids activities and in-store events that are organised and run locally by each store team.’
Read more at DailyMail.co.uk