Newspaper Advertisement 1960 - Bon Marche Currency

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STARTING
THIS THURSDAY!
BON MARCHE
BUDGET
ACCOUNTS
USING
BON MARCHE CURRENCY
WILL
MAKE YOUR
CREDIT SHOPPING
EASIER!
Bon Marche Budget Currency will be in operation from Thursday morning. Bon Marche Budget Account Currency looks like cash, you spend it like cash, and your first credit interview is your last - No need for further credit checks each time you shop. Bon Marche Budget Accounts are a convenient 20-week system based on the issue of credit coupons which can be exchanged for goods in exactly the same way as cash, and may be used at any department any time by you, or anyone to whom you give them. Bon Marche Currency is in denominations of £5, £1, 10/-, 5/-, 2/6.
ADVANTAGES
of BON MARCHE BUDGET A/C CURRENCY
1.   You and your family use it as cash.
2.   Save shopping time - no docket entries.
3.   Confidential - no names or credit checks.
4.   Transferable - spend it yourself or hand it to any member of your family or friends – give it for Christmas gift tokens.
5.   Saves you money - you can take advantage of sale bargains and special buys!
HOW DO I OPEN ONE?
Ask at our credit office, see the credit manager, then proceed to any department and make your purchase.
HOW DO I REPAY?
Repayments are made at our accounts office at the rate of 1/- per £1 per week.
EVERYBODY
WILL WANT TO OPEN A
CURRENCY BUDGET ACCOUNT
BML
BON MARCHE LTD - HASTINGS

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Bon Marche Ltd
Format of the original: 
Newspaper advertisement
Publisher: 
The Hawke's Bay Herald-Tribune
Date published: 
29 November 1960
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Accession Number: 
1703/1768/43120

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