FedEx Office gives users $5 discount to enable Adobe Flash plugin in browser

Posted 24 March 2017 21:02 CEST by Jan Willem Aldershoff

The American FedEx Office stores give customers who don’t have the Adobe Flash plugin installed, or who have it disabled, a $5 discount on print orders. When purchasing prints from the store the Flash Player is required to complete the order.

When users have the Flash player disabled or not installed the users receive a message asking them to enable Flash. To compensate for their effort the store offers a discount. A message on the site states, “as a thank you for your patience and for being a valued FedEx Office customer,  please use “FLA726″ at checkout to receive $5 off on orders over $30”.

The page further provides instruction on how to enable Flash for Chrome and Safari.

Users who are unable or don’t want to enable Flash can also mail their order or bring in an USB stick to one of the 1,800 FedEx Office locations. settings

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