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Spend £2000 In-Store at Harrods before the Children Can See Father Christmas

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https://metro.co.uk/2019/11/11/harrods-closes-off-christmas-grotto-customers-spend-less-2000-11077762/

Absolute incredible that Harrods are preventing children seeing Father Christmas unless parent spend a minimum £2000 in-store . Certainly not much Christmas spirit at Harrods this year.

Mango4
6 months ago
What do you think of this?
MeestairChrees
MeestairChrees6 months ago

I went to Harrod's once. It was an interesting experience but I spent most of it laughing at the ridiculous prices.

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AgnesFaludi
AgnesFaludi6 months ago

£2000 lol....Father Christmas is for kids...which kid will spend as much in Harrods?

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HelenAnalover
HelenAnalover6 months ago

My kids went when they were little.Could not do it now.Elitism is taking over this country.

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sarahgreen15
sarahgreen156 months ago

Wow! But there are so many places children can meet santa for free 🤔 although I doubt there would be much of a queue to see him at Harrods....

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KirsteyJames
KirsteyJames6 months ago

Wouldnt take long to spend £2000 in there though 🤣 Probably been done to stop your average families going into their store 🙈

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hspexy
hspexy6 months ago

Every time i visit Harrods, it amazes me how much money people have to spend...but then I realise none of the clientele are from here, so most of them are spending holiday money

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InaShah
InaShah6 months ago

Unless the kids are getting presents from Santa clause at Harrods its barely the season of giving with that attitude. I do love harrods.... BUT how about just do first come first serve. It will make this world more entitled and filled with more nepotism otherwise. And social media has already done that!

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ACR
ACR6 months ago

This isn't much of a surprise as Santa has always been much more generous to rich kids. He doesn't seem to like poor kids very much and is likely to lay off more elves just before Christmas. The children seeing Santa in Harrods this year are likely to get all the things they ask for.

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