Sensodyne Coupon Discrimination Verbiage – No Government Beneficiaries Allowed To Use
There is a Facebook group that I’m in where we are discussing the Sensodyne Coupon Discrimination Verbiage … seriously, Sensodyne? Apparently, if you are a Government Beneficiary, you are not allowed to use the coupon. According to the fine print, “you are a government beneficiary if you are enrolled in any federal healthcare program, including Medicaid, Medicare, or any similar federal or state programs, including any state pharmaceutical assistance program. Further, you CANNOT use this coupon if you are Medicare eligible.”
They have the audacity to say that “all those 65 or older will be considered Medicare eligible.” Um, when was the last time I needed to show my ID to the cashier in order for them to determine whether or not I could use a coupon? Are you serious, Sensodyne?
I’m hoping that perhaps this verbiage was on the “Things Not To Write On A Coupon” list and it got overlooked. Ooops!
Just … wow. Now I just hope Colgate doesn’t follow suit. I love my Colgate 😉