Thailand Live Saturday 13 Jan 2018

PUBLISHED ON SAT, JAN 13, 2018 4:23 AM





For purchase participating regular priced items total value of 3,000 baht or more / receipt


Terms and conditions
   - This 500 baht discount coupon can be used to purchase participating regular priced items  
      (assorted brands) total value of 3,000 baht or more / receipt.
   - Except socks, sandals, tennis balls and JIBBITZ of all participating brands.
   - This coupon can be used at all Supersports and stores under CRC Sports Co.,Ltd
      that products are available from 15 January – 28 February 2018.
   - This coupon can be used only 1 time / receipt.
   - This coupon cannot be exchanged to cash.
   - This coupon cannot be used in conjunction with other promotions or other offers.
   - The company reserves the right to change terms and conditions without prior notice.
   - Please see more terms and conditions at stores.

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