I remember them well. Also Co-op stamps. An old lady next door to me saved all hers up for about 20 years to pay for her funeral. When she did pass away her husband took them to to Co-op undertaker who told him they were no good as they'd stopped taking them a while back.
There used to be a lot of silly incentives in those days.
Buy 4 gallons of juice for the motor and get a free tumbler. WOW!
Or my favourite was the world cup coins for the 1970 Mexico tournament.
I got them all bar Geoff Hurst.
My dad was always filling his motor up for me to get my Bobby Moore and Alan Mullery token.
The worst ones was fag coupons.
Banned now but totally immoral at the time. Smoke 80 fags a day and get a free Parker pen just in time to write out your will as you were on your way out through a smoking related illness.
'Don't waste your prayers on me yet': 57-year-old singer's last words from a stage on Saturday - just days before he died at his Minnesota estate after suffering from 'severe flu'
Prince dead aged 57
'The world lost a lot of magic!' Katy Perry, Justin Timberlake and Demi Lovato lead tributes to Prince as celebrities express shock and sadness at music icon's passing
Prince makes surprise appearance at dance event 'to prove he's alive and well' hours after being rushed to hospital
Prince has died aged 57 at his estate in Minnesota. Paramedics were called to his Paisley Park studio at 9.43 this morning. Forensics teams and a medical examiner are at the scene now (pictured right). Prince was hospitalized six days ago with flu symptoms after his private jet made an emergency landing in Illinois on Friday morning. He had had been suffering from flu for a number of weeks and was believed to be recovering, but took a turn for the worse in the early hours of Friday. He was treated for three hours before being released, then went onto make an appearance at a dance party in Minnesota on Saturday where he didn't perform, but did take to the stage to tell fans who were worried about his health to 'wait a few days before you waste any prayers'. The moment, believed to be the last picture taken of The Purple One, is pictured top right. The Purple Rain hit-maker's last concert was at The Fox Theatre in Atlanta on last Thursday night - the second of two back to back sold out shows - and had seemed 'fine' during the concert, according to audience members.