Guys can we make a list of companies which gave some coupons or Freebies other than the usual dividends. My experience has been
- Bata 20℅ off coupons
- Ugar sugar giving away sugar @ ₹12/kg for every 100 shares. Even today sugar touching ₹50 u get it for ₹12/kg. But beware this sugar is supplied only in Mumbai, pune and western Maharashtra.
- speciality restaurants 30℅ off coupons
Please add such more companies to this list so that everyone benefits than the mere divideds
I remember Hawkins giving some discount few years back on their cookers. No longer invested .
NIIT used to send discount coupons. Reliance used to send Vimal gift vouchers. But this was at least a decade ago. The old timers tell stories about freebies dished out at AGMs. It used to be some event.
I think wonderla have given discount entry passes some months ago
Raymond also send discount coupons to its shareholders
Disc- invested qty 1 share
Bombay Dyeing also gives discount coupons
Disc - Invested in Bombay Dyeing
I don’t really understand the purpose of this thread.
Will anybody invest in a company just because it’s offering some discounts/freebies for its shareholders?
Either need to clearly explain the purpose of this thread and how it helps us make better investment decisions or should be deleted.
@ Gurjota this thread is just for knowledge, there are a lot of old timers who are loyal to a company just because of the constant dividends and coupons. I see no point why one should delete this thread
Apollo hospitals gives coupons which can be used at their pharmacies and hospitals
Indian Hotels - Taj Hotels
EIH - Oberoi Hotels
Gujarat Hotels - Hotel Welcome Baroda
Jindal Hotels - Hotel Surya Palace Baroda
I have received Discount coupons from ThyroCare for blood tests
Hawkins 20% discount coupons for 3 purchase. One can buy online or thru dealer (very few dealers there )
Maxima systems also provided coupons - heard from friend
Venkys - Coupon
Relaxo - Coupon
Overleveraged companies - Free ‘Headache’ & ‘Heartburn’
Does ugar give sugar @12 kg proportionally to the shares held or its common for all
Any other companies that still provides freebies?