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    Nisa offers more for mum this Mother’s Day

    With Mother’s Day fast approaching, Nisa is supporting partners with a range of cost-friendly deals to help them make the most of sales opportunities in the run up to the big day.

    The promotion arrived in stores last week and will assist Nisa retailers in capitalising on the
    occasion with gifting options to suit all budgets.

    Nisa’s Promotions Manager, Laura O’Hearne said, “Research shows that the most popular
    gifts for Mother’s Day are still the classics; flowers and chocolates, and year’s event provides our partners a number of options in both of those categories at different price points, starting at just £3, to ensure there is something for everyone.”

    Nisa shoppers can treat the maternal figures in their lives to Celebrations 380g for £3, Lindt Lindor 200g for £4, Co-op Prosecco Rose 75cl for £8, and Co-op Irresistible London Dry Gin 70cl for £17.

    And available in participating stores right up until Mothering Sunday is a range of Co-op
    Fairtrade floral bouquets which start at just £5.

    Shoppers wanting to go the extra mile to make Mum’s day even more special can do so by
    picking up Nisa’s gift solution which comprises a bottle of Co-op Prosecco, a Thorntons
    Classic chocolate box, and a mixed bouquet of flowers for £20.

    “The £20 gifting solution provides an option for those looking to really spoil their loved one
    this year and comprises all the gifts synonymous with Mother’s Day into one effortless
    bundle, taking the stress out of shopping,” said O’Hearne.

    Nisa’s upcoming One Week Deal, running from 23 rd – 29 th March provides yet another gifting option for any gin lover, offering a £2.49 saving to shoppers on a 70cl bottle of Gordon’s Passionfruit Gin which is just £14.

    “Mums can sometimes be difficult to buy for and many customers won’t have a particular gift in mind so will be actively on the lookout for gifting suggestions. And so, we’re encouraging Nisa partners to utilise our dedicated point of sale material in a high footfall area of their store to really draw attention to what is on offer,” added O’Hearne.

    Offers are available in participating stores right up until Mothering Sunday (27).

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