Saturday, November 6, 2010

Amy's Proof of Purchase

Probably the greatest question of our time is what the heck do you use the Amy's Proof of Purchase for? I wake up in the middle of the night and think about it, then I go back to sleep. Do Amy's parents know what anguish they cause me? Probably not. Anyways, if you are calling into Amy's customer service about a product wouldn't you use the product codes, expiration date and UPC to identify your product? Why the need for a Proof of Purchase?

Are you going to save 10 Proofs of Purchase and send them in to Youngstown, Ohio with $1.50 to get an Amy action figure? Can you save a hundred of them to get a ten dollar gift card? Just think how many Amy's Points I could have by now...a thousand? I think so. Would that put me into the Amy's Hall of Fame? Hopefully. Perhaps we will never know what the the Proof of Purchase is for, but I will always love Amy's.

*UPDATE (11/11/10) Amy's answers back!*

6 comments:

  1. Actually, in the Guinness Book of World Records, for the owner of the most Amy's proofs of purchase, I hold the record.

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  2. I was just looking at the proof of purchase today and wondering what it was for... funny.

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  3. Haha - funny! I noticed them on some packages and cut them out and set them aside because I wondered what they were for too!

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  4. I googled "What good are Amy's proof of purchase?" and got your blog. It was meant to be. I got my answer and got introduced to a neat blog(and will shortly be sending my many POP's into Amy's). Thanks!

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  5. What's the best way to mail them in? I know letters have a restriction on the thickness, and weight and it seems like they could all get lumped into a certain area of the letter. Other methods -- like a package -- seem kind of expensive.

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