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    • chelle333
    • By chelle333 15th Dec 11, 8:10 AM
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    • 15th Dec 11, 8:10 AM
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    • 15th Dec 11, 8:10 AM
    Are there any other vouchers in there too, on newspaper thread it states something about £11 product vouchers aswell
  • adysmum
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    • 15th Dec 11, 8:12 AM
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    • 15th Dec 11, 8:12 AM
    Gutted, got my 4 bird roast on sunday. hmmm.... will I get another one?
    • Doc N
    • By Doc N 15th Dec 11, 8:33 AM
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    • 15th Dec 11, 8:33 AM
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    • 15th Dec 11, 8:33 AM
    Anybody know how long the vouchers are valid for, please?
  • Debrac
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    • 15th Dec 11, 9:22 AM
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    • 15th Dec 11, 9:22 AM
    They're usually valid for 7 days so sent hubby off to get 2 papers - one for this week and one for next week!
  • sunshinestar101
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    • 15th Dec 11, 9:51 AM
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    • 15th Dec 11, 9:51 AM
    thanks op. great spot
    Proud Mummy to a new little girl - Phoebe... born 11 days overdue on 3rd Jan 2012.
    • Iamsolucky
    • By Iamsolucky 15th Dec 11, 11:36 AM
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    • 15th Dec 11, 11:36 AM
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    • 15th Dec 11, 11:36 AM
    These are posted by Quoia on the newspaper thread
    http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=3675097
    • Meadows
    • By Meadows 15th Dec 11, 11:44 AM
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    • 15th Dec 11, 11:44 AM
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    • 15th Dec 11, 11:44 AM
    Thank you one for me and one for daughter, I am sure there is something I can buy and save £5 to boot . Hope you and your family have a Merry Christmas
    Everything has its beauty but not everyone sees it.
  • paulswife
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    • 15th Dec 11, 9:24 PM
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    • 15th Dec 11, 9:24 PM
    Thanks-2 Mirrors today-2 Trollys next week and 1 husband!!
    • ic
    • By ic 15th Dec 11, 9:43 PM
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    I've bought a paper and notice the vouchers all say not to be used with any other offer - does this mean you can't say use all the vouchers together at the same time (so saving £16 off one £30 shop assuming you buy everything covered by the vouchers, plus a bit more?)
    * my posts are made in good faith and only represent my own opinion, experience or understanding of a situation.
    • steph7163
    • By steph7163 15th Dec 11, 9:50 PM
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    hi

    can anyone answer this please the vouchers all say single transaction not single item so does this in theory mean i can buy for example 10 bottles lemonade at 50% off as long as all in one transaction

    thanks steph
    • tomtombeanie
    • By tomtombeanie 16th Dec 11, 4:49 PM
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    i used a few of the offer vouchers today (kitchen towel, dishwasher tablets, lemonade) with my 5 pound voucher no problem. the till operator has to manually adjust the price & manually take off the fiver, i am fairly sure the nice aldi people in my local store wouldn't make you pay separately if you had multiple copies of the voucher for multiple bottles of lemonade...
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  • Debrac
    I bought two newspapers and the staff in our local Aldi were fine when I used vouchers for 2xdry roasted nuts,2xsalted biscuits, 2xlemonade, 1x kitchen roll, 2xchocolate curls plus the £5 off voucher all together so saved £10.90 in total
    • jbro
    • By jbro 17th Dec 11, 7:54 PM
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    We've just been to our local Aldi and were told we could only use a single voucher at a time with the £5 off!

    We were not too happy about this, especially now we've just read the above post.

    • Meadows
    • By Meadows 18th Dec 11, 5:13 AM
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    I used the £5 off my shopping and the 4 Bird roast coupon and was given 50% (£5) off my bird and not the 30% shown on the coupon that made it £4.99.
    Everything has its beauty but not everyone sees it.
    • Meadows
    • By Meadows 18th Dec 11, 5:17 AM
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    I bought two newspapers and the staff in our local Aldi were fine when I used vouchers for 2xdry roasted nuts,2xsalted biscuits, 2xlemonade, 1x kitchen roll, 2xchocolate curls plus the £5 off voucher all together so saved £10.90 in total
    Originally posted by Debrac
    We've just been to our local Aldi and were told we could only use a single voucher at a time with the £5 off!
    We were not too happy about this, especially now we've just read the above post.
    Originally posted by jbro

    The way I read that post is that they used 2 coupons for the items but only one on the £5 off, which is fair enough that Aldi will only let you use one of these coupons at a time
    Everything has its beauty but not everyone sees it.
    • jbro
    • By jbro 18th Dec 11, 4:37 PM
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    The way I read that post is that they used 2 coupons for the items but only one on the £5 off, which is fair enough that Aldi will only let you use one of these coupons at a time
    Originally posted by Meadows
    We only had one £5 voucher. It was the 10 other vouchers for money off specific products that they would only accept one of. (ie. to use any more of the specific product vouchers needed a separate visit.)
    • ic
    • By ic 18th Dec 11, 10:27 PM
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    Just to follow up on my own question - I used the £5 off + a few of the individual product vouchers together in one transaction, no problem. There was a sign up asking that you tell them about the vouchers before they start scanning - they apply the discounts manually.
    * my posts are made in good faith and only represent my own opinion, experience or understanding of a situation.
    • Meadows
    • By Meadows 19th Dec 11, 8:54 AM
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    We only had one £5 voucher. It was the 10 other vouchers for money off specific products that they would only accept one of. (ie. to use any more of the specific product vouchers needed a separate visit.)
    Originally posted by jbro


    I would have to have queried that with the store manager as they published the coupons along side the £5 one and most stores allowed customers to purchase in one transaction. I used the 4 Bird Roast coupon and the £5 one at the same time.
    Everything has its beauty but not everyone sees it.
    • Kernel Sanders
    • By Kernel Sanders 1st Feb 12, 2:58 AM
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    They're usually valid for 7 days so sent hubby off to get 2 papers - one for this week and one for next week!
    Originally posted by Debrac
    I can't find my voucher. Is today the last day I can use it?
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