CONDITIONS OF USE FOR PROMOTIONAL DISCOUNTS
New Customer/First Time Discounts
The purpose of "new customer" or "first time" discounts is to show our users how convenient the service is. It's an incentive for you to check out our prices, our selection, and our service. These discounts usually bring the cost of products well below the price we pay as a retailer. Therefore, these discounts are NOT intended for stocking up on two tons of dog food, 35 pales of cat litter, and every toy imaginable. These are merely a friendly discount for giving us a try in hopes that you enjoyed our service and you'll be coming back again and again. Free pet food delivery is a new concept and want to reward you for trying something new.
Existing and loyal customers will always receive periodic discounts and incentives via e-mail. We like to reward our customers for shopping with us. It's that simple. So don't feel like you have to be a "new" customer to get special discounts and rewards... just watch for them in your e-mail! For the most discounts and offers, become a fan of Fetch on Facebook! We like to post unannounced offers and codes here all the time!
Expiration and Right to Void
All discount codes are valid for six (6) months from the date of receipt by the customer, unless noted otherwise. Omission or absence of an expiration date on printed materials or electronic communications does not imply indefinite validity of a given code. Product specials and sales will always have posted start and end dates. Our electronic ordering system will not honor any discounts that are expired or no longer valid. Fetch management reserves the right to void any discount or offer code used outside of the aforementioned terms.
Fetch management reserves the right, at our discretion, not to honor any discounts that we feel have been used in violation of these terms or that blatantly undermine the intended purpose of the discount (i.e. misuse of first-time discounts, exploiting website system errors, creating multiple user accounts). Any intentional action that violates local, state, or federal law may constitute fraud and will be handled in accordance with applicable laws.