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Fullers

The Shareholder Inndulgence Card entitles the bearer to a 15% discount on food and drinks in any of our managed pubs and hotels including Bel & The Dragon and Cotswolds Inns & Hotels. It also offers a 15% discount on the Best Flexible Rate or Standard Flexible B&B Rate for Beautiful Bedrooms by Fuller’s and Bel & The Dragon accommodation. There is currently no discount available with the Shareholder Inndulgence Card at any of the Cotswold Inns & Hotel sites.

Conditions
hold at least 1,000 A or C ordinary shares
OR hold at least 10,000 B ordinary shares
Instructions

If you think you may be eligible and would like to request a card, please contact the Company Secretariat on 020 8996 2105 or [email protected]

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Disclaimer
This is not an offer, solicitation of an offer, or advice to buy or sell securities. Getting "early access" to Perk is defined as signing up with a valid email address for a spot in Perk's waitlist queue. You can improve your spot in the queue each time you refer someone who signs up with a valid email address. There is no limitation on the number of referrals you can make and the number of positions you can move in line. Residents of jurisdictions where Perk is registered will be notified first, based on their current position in line and will be given an invitation to access Perk's account onboarding process. Early access to Perk's waitlist queue should in no way be construed as confirmation that an account has been opened or will even be approved for opening.

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