Our local sports team is running a promotion with a local restaurant. You
get a free product when you present a ticket stub on the day of the game.
The radio ad was worded as follows:
"Offer valid only on the day of the game during the 2013 season."
I guess I'm missing the part where the "day of the game", whose date is
printed on the ticket, could be played in any season other than 2013.
That makes sense, although I doubt that if the ad isn't running in, let's
say May 2014, anyone is going to bring their ticket stub into said
restaurant for a free product.
"Hey, last August I heard a commercial about your offer. I know it's May
2014, but I'd like my free French Fries please."
It could happen, so I guess they better CTA or they could be giving French
Fries away by the boatload. ;-)
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