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Membership Website Shop Discount Problem

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by patorick2010, Mar 8, 2011.

  1. patorick2010

    patorick2010 Mr BPD

    +135 /2
    So I renewed my membership the other day, then went to the club website to get some gear and cash in my discount but no luck. No 10% discount showing?

    Is anyone else having this problem, or am I just a total fool?

  2. Fluffy

    Fluffy Well-Known Member

    +5,634 /205
    We do not run the MWSE website here, use the club email contact - you registration is probably not linked to your login.
  3. Mybludog

    Mybludog Active Member

    +57 /0
    Pat, it's been like that for a while. There's a few things not working

    As Fluffy said, contact the club
  4. ssar

    ssar Well-Known Member

    +220 /4
    Yea, I am getting the same problem.
    I'll contact them directly and ensure I get the discount for my next purchases..
    The MWSE 1947 Vintage Polo - Charcoal looks real good, as does
    The Vintage Navy Cap.
  5. ssar

    ssar Well-Known Member

    +220 /4
    A MWSE Membership Consultant replied to my email today and clarified what appears to have happened with my membership, and it looks like it is mostly all sorted fine.
    Cool, prompt and informative information too :)

    Re: 10% Members MWSE products discount: "Members do receive a 10% discount on merchandise. At the moment this is not available on the website however we are working on fixing this problem. The reason for this is that we have changed our database during the off season and it is not connected to the main website yet. To receive the membership discount you can call the shop and place the order over the phone. Their number is 9939 3889."


    Go Manly!

  6. ManlyBacker

    ManlyBacker Winging it Staff Member

    +972 /7
    Dan could probably fix this problem in one day, or a lot less. You folks know I am a huge supporter, but after years of excuses and let downs you would think that fixing their shop would be a high priority.

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