Consumer Promotions

Consumer promotions like the one in Exhibit 27.2 can be very effective in generating sales. During that particular May Day week, Pepsi sold more 24s can promo packs than the combined rest of year sales for that pack size, at Singapore’s FairPrice supermarket chain.


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Exhibit 27.3   Coca-Cola’s collectible contour glasses at McDonalds.


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Exhibit 27.4   Coca-Cola F&N banded prosperity pack (F&N carbonated drinks were bottled by Coca-Cola till Sept 2011).

Exhibit 27.5   Example of a lucky draw promotion.

There are many different types of consumer promotions including discounts, banded packs (in/on packs), refunds and rebates, displays, bonus packs, premiums, lucky draw (Exhibit 27.5), contests, collectibles (Exhibit 27.3), sampling, coupons and loyalty/continuity programmes.

Exhibit 27.4 provides an example of a banded pack promotion. The Coca-Cola F&N banded prosperity pack made a special appearance during Chinese New Year (CNY) 2009 (Orange, which symbolizes "gold", is considered auspicious during the CNY festive season).

Displays are special presentations of products to attract and entice shoppers at point of purchase. There are a wide variety of displays in existence today, some of which are quite creative, such as that for Dove in Exhibit 27.1.

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