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One finds a Schlecker receipt from October 4th, 2000 and is particularly surprised by one product


The discovery of an old receipt from the year 2000 leaves a Schlecker customer puzzled. What did he buy at the drugstore back then?

The discovery of an old receipt from the year 2000 leaves a Schlecker customer puzzled.

What did he buy at the drugstore back then?

Munich – If you buy something in retail, you will be given a receipt when you pay at the checkout.

This is done in the supermarket or discounter, drugstore or when shopping in a fashion store.

This allows customers to see exactly what a product cost.

Complaints have increased in recent months, especially in supermarkets and discounters.

The stumbling block here was usually the length of the receipt, a Penny customer was annoyed about a 71.5 centimeter long piece of paper.

And even with the competition, a consumer noticed unnecessary waste of paper.

A customer denounced Rewe because the receipt contained an additional section advertising the e-bon.

Man finds old Schlecker receipt when moving and becomes “somehow nostalgic”

However, there are apparently also receipts that trigger positive feelings in their owners.

A Twitter user made a discovery while tidying up at home, which he presented on the social network.

He found an old receipt from a drugstore chain that had to close its branches in 2012.

To his tweet he wrote: "Just discovered during our move: Schlecker receipt from October 4th, 2000 - 23 years ago.

Kind of nostalgic.” The photo accompanying the tweet shows a receipt that has the address of a former Schlecker branch in Erlensee-rückingen in Hesse printed on it.

Under the receipt is a plastic bag from the drugstore chain that went bankrupt more than ten years ago.

At that time, payments were still made in Deutschmarks, before the euro became the means of payment in Germany at the beginning of 2002.

Just discovered during our move: #Schlecker receipt from October 4th, 2000 — 23 years ago.

Kinda #nostalgic.

By the way, what are Swedish slippers?


— Maximilian Hess 🇺🇦 (@max_hess) January 26, 2023

Schlecker receipt from the year 2000 is a mystery: "By the way, what are Swedish slippers?"

In addition to several flycatchers, the Schlecker receipt also listed detergent, cotton wool and tea as purchased products.

But an article made the Twitter user suspicious.

"By the way, what are Swedish slippers?" he wondered, laughing.

And obviously hadn't looked very closely.

To be more precise, the receipt said “Schaeb.FBW Latschen”.

However, there is probably no slipper or something similar hidden behind this article name.

A knowledgeable reader explained to

that the abbreviation "Schaeb.FBW Latschen" stands for "Schaeben's rubbing alcohol flavored with mountain pine".

Apparently, the Twitter user couldn't remember what was bought back in 2000 either.

Especially since it was not entirely clear whether he had made the Schlecker purchase himself or someone else.

At least he is not alone in finding an old receipt.

A woman recently found a Kaufland receipt dated November 9, 1996. Meanwhile, a catering company presented a historical find: the "oldest receipt of the company".


Source: merkur

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