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    • redfox
    • By redfox 16th Jun 16, 8:27 PM
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    Elite 11+ shopping and chat thread
    • #1
    • 16th Jun 16, 8:27 PM
    Elite 11+ shopping and chat thread 16th Jun 16 at 8:27 PM
    Welcome to a new long lasting Elite 11+ glitch and chat thread.

    Please see post number 2 for all the relevant information on the thread. Savvybuyer's excellent lists are in the subsequent posts.

    It's a great group and community so enjoy!
    Last edited by redfox; 16-06-2016 at 9:38 PM.
    I'm a Board Guide on the Quick Grabbit, Food Shopping & Groceries, Loans and Cutting Tax boards which means I'm a volunteer to help the boards run smoothly and I can move and merge threads there. Pease remember, board guides don't read every post. If you spot an illegal or inappropriate post then please report it to forumteam@moneysavingexpert.com (it's not part of my role to deal with this) Any views are mine and not the official line of MoneySavingExpert.

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    • Serendipitious
    • By Serendipitious 11th Oct 16, 10:02 PM
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    Serendipitious
    DGS got hold of the remote yesterday tea-time and wouldn't let it go.
    So DGD yelled for me. 'Grandma! He's got grown up programmes on! People are going to the beach and kissing.'

    (Home and Away)
    “All shall be well, and all shall be well and all manner of thing shall be well.”


    • hampydoodums
    • By hampydoodums 11th Oct 16, 10:03 PM
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    For..........?

    Originally posted by aau1
    Lol, the Whyte & Mackay was £13.55, the vodka was £13.29 Greenhalls and Grants was £12/13.something (DH has the receipt in his wallet and he's out with the lads )
    Nanny to 2 Cherubs
    • bubbs
    • By bubbs 11th Oct 16, 10:03 PM
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    bubbs
    DGS got hold of the remote yesterday tea-time and wouldn't let it go.
    So DGD yelled for me. 'Grandma! He's got grown up programmes on! People are going to the beach and kissing.'

    (Home and Away)
    Originally posted by Serendipitious
    kids, they do say some funny things
    Sealed pot challenge number 242 £350 for 2015, 2016 £400 Actual£345, £400 for 2017
    Stopped Smoking 22/01/15
    FOR ALL YOU MOANERS , LOOSE GRAPES, MUSHROOM DOES NOT COUNT ON APG DO NOT BUY AS FILLER
    Happy now?
    • Snap-ant
    • By Snap-ant 11th Oct 16, 10:12 PM
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    How do you store them please
    Originally posted by XxxX
    I don't - I'm giving them to friends who are raising money for charity
    Our Family Motto ~
    ♦ If all else fails - read the instructions ♦

    • bubbs
    • By bubbs 11th Oct 16, 10:12 PM
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    bubbs
    Night all
    Sealed pot challenge number 242 £350 for 2015, 2016 £400 Actual£345, £400 for 2017
    Stopped Smoking 22/01/15
    FOR ALL YOU MOANERS , LOOSE GRAPES, MUSHROOM DOES NOT COUNT ON APG DO NOT BUY AS FILLER
    Happy now?
    • davemorton
    • By davemorton 11th Oct 16, 10:20 PM
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    I have a couple of hestons tucked away what i bought begining of the year rtc
    Originally posted by bubbs
    Yes, I still have one of those tucked away from last year.

    I trust it was an out of date one. Ours was a Tesco Finest one dated March 16. I think there was some sort of pricing error which combined well with an Orchard campaign last year. We'll be having it again tomorrow
    Originally posted by hornetgirl
    Never checked It was a morribobs cherry one, my fav, LOADS of cherries on top, and I loves cherries!!

    Finally got to teskies tonight,
    got 6 merlot, but they also had this reduced to £4.20, so got 6 of these too, finest wines are usually okay.

    Also got
    Free Blind Pig cider and Westons cider
    • hampydoodums
    • By hampydoodums 11th Oct 16, 10:26 PM
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    I think yesterday in M was the biggest amount of change I've ever seen ........... I think there are two things that I should mention, and therefore I now do so: M has been having a clear out of its M Signature range - or at least on some of them, moving to new M Signature products, sometimes of identical description, on different BCs (and of course full price for the new version). Some of the products have already appeared on the list, either as themselves or as A's Extra Special version for Avs M, but it's now clear there is a wider clear out and several of the clearance products in M have now gone down to even cheaper prices than last week.

    For example, the M Signature extract products (38ml), already on the list, have now gone down (where stores still have them available), from 50p to 25p. So I'm sorry I had you paying double the price for them last week if you followed my list and bought them then. They looked good, but it now turns out they were a massive overpayment. I notice that online (msm) is now showing higher prices - it's showing them as having gone to £1! I think what's happening, judging by other items on which I've found two different versions - the old clearance BC stock and the new version - is that the new product now has its price online so that's why it has gone up on there. I think you need to find the old stock still around and then the cheaper price will apply. Or maybe, if you have a SEL of just the RTC price, you may be able to get a new version, if that is there, that will inevitably scan at much higher price and then via CS etc. to get what the SEL suggests it should be.

    I see a significant problem now however with potential APG, for example if the Assam Tea is comparable from A (I can't remember, it might not be), I think the price collectors are likely to pick up £2 as the price on the new version, as that price now showing on the SELs in more of my Ms than had the now old price up, rather than the 50p RTC price. I think the reduced clearance version (old BC) is 50p, judging by SELs not from any scanning, but will now be much rare, -whilst M have now brought in a new version of M Signature Assam Tea at full price. The English Breakfast Tea also has a full price new version, however the new version is 100 cups whereas the old was 50. So, on that, there should not be (unless it exists at some store I didn't visit) a full price SEL on the same description as the old product that then potentially overrules the price on that by being found more common. Indeed, the old version (50 cups) has gone down further, now to 38p. However, I now see that it is rare to come across in M - I was already OOS in two stores last week when it was at 50p but now I have it in one fewer M, so I think it's less likely to work on the APG now.

    Where "new" versions exist that are the same pack size as the old one, the APG will probably greatly risk picking up the higher prices now, the full prices that apply to the new stock, as that new stock will be found more common. There's two different versions of M Signature Meringue Nests - the old (clearance) stock - I'll have the BC much later, when I go through the sheets of information - has now gone to 38p, down from 50p last week - however in my store I've now found the clearance version in a separate place to the main normal aisles (and I believe APG collectors check only the normal aisles) and I have the new version, on much higher price of £1.16 or whatever it is, in several stores in the main aisles. Basically, I see real problems with APG, whichever way, as either they've likely to have a new version of the same description at full price in more stores or they are now unlikely, or much less likely than last week, to have the products at any of their stores at all now as they have already cleared from more stores, now gone even cheaper and are now in fewer stores than what they were.

    Nonetheless these are what you should be looking for in M (you may have some of these):

    Well, anything of M Signature range that I don't have. There's also, in one of my stores, btw, promotional material that says there are 200 More points on all M Signature items at the moment - in other words 20p - not sure if this 20p applies to the clearance products on their RTCs - it ought to if they are saying that the points apply to all products - if the points do apply then it could, in effect, make the products even cheaper (if you ever use the points) - I think multiple purchases of the same item might not count however, which may be why, on points promotions elsewhere, I sometimes have either the mbuy pricing and no points details showing or a straight individual price and the points.

    M Signature products:
    Extracts 38ml, already on the list, have now gone to 25p (it seems they are the 'old' versions judging by msm)
    Meringue Nests 8 pack 38p
    Mini Meringue Shells 16 pack 39p
    Balsamic Vinegar of Modena now gone to 50p
    Sweet Pastry Cases 175g now gone to 41p, but APG likely to pick £2 as that's the price on the new version (full price SEL appears to be more commonplace judging from my six stores yesterday)
    I think the Tartlets are in the same situation - old now 41p (or whatever price I'll later probably come across in my pages) but new version £2.
    Chutney products - Hot Chilli Jam, Spiced Apple & Pear, Fruit Balsamic etc. are 35p for the old BCs but most people, I suspect, will have full price versions at £1.46 (that M now seem to me to be trying to encourage purchase of by the 200 More points - avoid, as the RTC products were 70p/50p before, therefore getting you to pay £1.26 - or in fact full £1.46 and then 20p points which they keep and remain with them as long as you don't build up £5 and then spend it (with them, so that they keep the money again!) - it's obviously paying over the odds to pay £1.46 instead of the 35p RTC versions.

    The above items are all already on the list, but there are now some further products that I've seen:

    Ethiopian Roast & Ground Coffee 227g, 75p
    Guatemalan Roast & Ground Coffee 227g, 75p
    Salt & Black Pepper Hand Cooked Crisps 150g, 38p

    A number of 100g chocolate bars at 34p
    Ready to Use Beef Stock 500g 37p
    Probably a Chicken version that I haven't come across again yet
    There are some frozen prawns at 98p and £1 that now make the Whitby frozen prawns seem extremely expensive.
    Gruyere & Poppy Seed Twists 125g 38p
    Crackers for Cheese 250g 38p
    Also some Italian Cantuccini Biscuits 150g 20p (may already be on the list, may not be, can't remember if last week's higher RTC price was too expensive for me or not)
    Cheese Crispies 100g 38p

    I suspect the 200g Cookies may also have gone down further than their 80p RTC price of last week if they are still around somewhere (and products always are, in my experience).

    The products could be in normal aisles of the stores or could be somewhere else in the store.

    M Pavlova Base is 38p RTC but I don't think that's an M Signature item.

    Completely separately, and this irrelevant, there's also a new version of (not an M Signature product) M Dishwasher Freshener. I last saw the old version at £1, or whatever price is on my list - it went OOS online and disappeared from msm, however although it had gone from several Ms for me, I still found in a store whilst going on my trips around stores. I now have a new version: (I think it's now Lemon & Lime instead of Lemon, but whatever, different design and logo completely) in one store and it is £1.80. Oops, I'm now mentioning three separate general matters rather than two.

    The final matter (second or third!) is about the bottles of alcohol that have been on (and still are, somewhere!) RTC. These include Gordon's Cucumber 70cl, Greenalls Wild Berry Gin 70cl, Jim Beam Apple 70cl, Parrot Bay Strawberry, Parrot Bay whatever the other one is, Bacardi Negra 70cl, Bacardi Fuego 70cl, Bacardi Spiced Oakheart 70cl, this all from memory so could be wrong - you can see how many times I've had to go through several stores to continue to find them and carried them over and over to such an extent that I now remember them - I suspect that they have now largely gone from M and therefore this is the point at which I am saying no-go on the APG as I think it's very likely that they will no longer be in the collection stores or that it's most likely that they have lost many of them and we don't know which - also the 500ml bottles - M Signature Stout, Golden Ale etc. - I had all except the product that should be comparable from A last time - though it should still have been around somewhere - just happened to pick six stores that didn't have it - but this time I have now lost all of them - they are going to be around, random one probably in some M, but they have now largely gone for me. The branded bottles (Badger's etc) are still around more generally and I'm not yet at the same stage with those.

    As to the spirits, I think last time I had just Gordon's Cucumber (which I didn't have at all the previous collection but had all the other ones - I am using a different set of stores every time), the Parrot Bays, one of the Bacardis (Fuego or Negra, I forget which) and Bailey's Orange Truflle SEL but no stock. This time I don't have the Gordon's Cucumber or the Bacardis but I have the Greenall's Wild Berry Gin that I didn't have last time, that I therefore suggested that you might be lucky if you can find it, though obviously I did have that previously as well.

    So, I have Greenall's Wild Berry Gin physically in evidence and can therefore confirm that that was definitely still available in an M yesterday - and, at that point, before I reached other stores, I was originally going to say that therefore I suspect that every one of the other bottles will still be available at some M or another and therefore I am leaving the entire lot on my list (but probably moving them all to 'buy in M' now as all of them are largely gone, in that they are now more difficult to find, if you choose random stores, and the ones I am finding are appearing haphazardly) and therefore - I was going to say - I suspect someone has the £10 Bailey's somewhere - am I right?

    However, I now know for a fact that, indeed, some M did have the £10 Bailey's Orange Truffle still available (or now available, if it was not before) in stock yesterday. So, I have found that still around - last week I had no stock and not much trace anymore of the product and suspected that the weekend before would have cleared it out of many store - however, as half-expected, it has still not gone completely. So you may still be able to get it if you are lucky - I found it yesterday in Northampton at Morrisons Kettering Road - it'll probably disappear from there completely now I've mentioned this! I think they must still have had some stock in the store that they've now brought out and I think it's likely that that won't be the only store that will have it, although it is now, seemingly, more rare. Or, maybe it's not - maybe I was just 'unlucky' in my stores on it last week (and for all I know, the store with the SEL, which I thought was just a SEL that had been randomly left up, could still have had more stock although it wasn't out on the shelf)?

    Anyway, I think it's the M Signature products that I have mentioned and maybe others that may be useful. The frozen prawns, if you can find them, will be very cheap - as will many of the other items. The Crisps 150g and the Crackers for Cheese (Cheese Cracker Selection) may come in useful, if you can find those - I was helped on the Crackers by a £1.50 RTC SEL on the stock in the main aisle - I found the lower price SEL elsewhere in the store but with no stock alongside it. So, if you don't find the product next to the SEL you see, maybe it is in the regular aisle after all and you can find it there? Or maybe elsewhere in the store, on one of the ends, if you were already looking in the aisle.

    And remember to check the RTC shelf too - there's other items on those and store-specific that I wasn't really that much interested in - fwiw, I did manage to pick up some cheap washing powder - you won't find it necessarily in your M and it was the only one left in my chosen store so there's no point me telling you where it was - and found some long-life juice drink - Cranberry 1L, there were lots - long date - at 39p - there was also Cranberry & Blueberry and Cranberry & Raspberry - at Northampton Town Centre. They also had some of the Heather plant pots at store-specific 5p there. They do knock down various plants, at various prices, in different places, so just depends what you can get. Also I have Bisto Rich Gravy Paste (seems to be 112.5ml sachet) at 23p in this store. And M Signature Belgian Thins - forgot to mention those - 60p national RTC no good - store specific stock at 39p in Northampton Town Centre. So, another point to bear in mind again: these national RTC prices are on items that you can often find cheaper on RTC shelf stock on a store-specific basis (they knock them down even further on RTC but only on store specific stickered basis).

    I don't think I'll even start the list updating tonight. There is just so much that has changed and I'll see what I can add to it tomorrow (and that information itself, unfortunately, will then take me at least another day before I can mention it). So, just to be aware that the list is out of date and I think it now needs a complete revision.

    I can't do much tonight, I've now got other stuff to sort, so I will see you later.
    Originally posted by Savvybuyer
    Yes savvy, my Morries have gone mad with their reductions on these shelves - picked up loads of bargains for 10p, ok some of the tins had a slight dent in them but included tins of chopped and plum toms, green lentils and kidney beans and soups - cupboards are nice and full

    Also by the tills at the front of the store they have yellow stickered toys, reductions are well over 50% off. Also bought some Jamie Oliver wine glasses for 1.50, packs of scented tea light candles 25p, Beldray plastic storage crates with handles for keeping stuff like cleaning products in for £2.

    Will check out the freezers tomorrow as like the sound of those prawns
    Last edited by hampydoodums; 11-10-2016 at 10:31 PM.
    Nanny to 2 Cherubs
    • HILLBERN
    • By HILLBERN 11th Oct 16, 10:30 PM
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    HILLBERN
    Take the canopy off.... they just get in the flipping way!
    Originally posted by Sunshinemummy
    yes I think you are right, I would certainly do that....but DIL well I don't know??? but she did say 'do what you like'...so that's my get out...take the canopy off..
    I'm up for frugal October....£50-£60 for 3 of us

    1st 2nd Oct Current spend - £6.32......3rd Oct - £1.78 = £8.10 6th Oct £2.64 = £10.74 10th Oct£5.35 = £16.09 11thOct£6.55 =£22.64 15THOct £4.56 = £27.23 17th OCT £7.71 =£34.94 20th Oct £1.72 = £36.66
    Disaster- Budweiser+pizza deal + £6 off wys £30 in W took me over my budget
    • HILLBERN
    • By HILLBERN 11th Oct 16, 10:31 PM
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    HILLBERN
    Is it a fabric canopy that can be replaced?
    Originally posted by TrulyMadly
    yes it is.....but I may just take it off
    I'm up for frugal October....£50-£60 for 3 of us

    1st 2nd Oct Current spend - £6.32......3rd Oct - £1.78 = £8.10 6th Oct £2.64 = £10.74 10th Oct£5.35 = £16.09 11thOct£6.55 =£22.64 15THOct £4.56 = £27.23 17th OCT £7.71 =£34.94 20th Oct £1.72 = £36.66
    Disaster- Budweiser+pizza deal + £6 off wys £30 in W took me over my budget
    • vanilla twist
    • By vanilla twist 11th Oct 16, 10:36 PM
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    vanilla twist
    A day in our holiday to Antigua.
    N's lovely friend offered to take us out on his boat on our last full day as waters had calmed after storm Matthew.

    Well most elite know there is a little furry companion I like to share my adventures with and so of course he came to.

    We were waiting on the jetty when Mark arrived and he noticed Mr Ted on the top of my beach bag. I got teased something terrible and he managed to keep such a straight face. Took the boat out and got some wonderful views of different islands, lots of tales about what N and her brother got up to as children.
    Mr Ted had a few photo opportunities by the wheel. Then we moored up at Bird Island. Beautiful place and was only us there for a long time. More ribbing about the Bear and could he swim. Explained to Mark he had to join in with poses for bear.
    Well he went down into the cabin and came up with something quite strange. It made the perfect teeny tiny teddy size hammock.
    Was actually one of those boat storage things. Mr Ted took up his position and stayed there swinging away until we were ready to drive back to the mooring. There were a few comments about using it as a bear catapult but I managed to dodge getting a wet bear.

    It really was the most amazing day. After 4pm when tourists had left we went to see prickly pear island. Boat could ' get near due to the draft so N and I swam ashore. The most beautiful place and the beach probably just big enough to park 4 cars on. Only one family there. Chatting to the girls, they were visiting their auntie from the UK and the girls live withing 10 miles of us in the UK! What a very small world indeed.

    Just going to add photo to post via I phone as only way I can.


    V x
    Last edited by vanilla twist; 11-10-2016 at 10:50 PM.
    . I do think a chaise lounge is a good description of you though. Stylish yet comfortable and laid back
    Originally posted by fairclaire
    May the odds be ever in your favour

    SPC 7 Pot No 410 £232.63 Total
    • vanilla twist
    • By vanilla twist 11th Oct 16, 10:48 PM
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    vanilla twist
    There are more photos but not had chance to download them all from N's phone.

    There was talk of build a bear earlier so thought you would like to see our mse bear on his travels.
    One of the most amazing things was the air and sea temperature felt the same so no getting cold and drying off. Wish public pools were that warm and I might start swimming again.
    We did have the most wonderful time. I saw many things tourists don't see and met all N's lovely friends. Their hospitality was so nice and I thoroughly enjoyed it.

    The week since I have been back I have basically slept but getting ready for Disneyland Paris this week.

    V x
    . I do think a chaise lounge is a good description of you though. Stylish yet comfortable and laid back
    Originally posted by fairclaire
    May the odds be ever in your favour

    SPC 7 Pot No 410 £232.63 Total
    • Sunshinemummy
    • By Sunshinemummy 11th Oct 16, 10:56 PM
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    Oppps!! why has he lost it for 35 days? never heard of that before
    Originally posted by bubbs
    It is strange length of time, it was for speeding.

    I think he should have lost his licence for 2 years.

    He does not agree with my view.

    Whilst I am cross with him, I am so pleased that his time on a motorbike has ended, I have 2 friends who have lost their partners/husbands on motorbikes, and know countless other people in similar positions.
    Frugal November £100 for 4 adults (one of which has a huge appetite!) fingers crossed.
    • 3Dogs
    • By 3Dogs 11th Oct 16, 11:25 PM
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    3Dogs
    Evening Elite friends

    My day today should have been - get up tround 8 am when dogs wake me and open back door for them, go back to bed till alarm went off at 11 am, snooze button at least twice, get up, feed dogs, get showered and dressed, close back door, on way out of door grab my water bottle and some fruit and an Alpen Light Jaffa cake Bar, drive to charity shop to arrive spot on 1pm, and work till 4pm. Pick up some shopping for COS etc on way home. Get home, open back door, feed dogs, make porridge/cereal 'breakfast', take 'morning' meds and relax for couple of hours, catch up on here and FB over evening and do some decluttering 'hoursework', feed dogs about midnight and close back door, and finally, go to bed about 2 am

    Instead, I got up about 8am to open door for dogs, went back to bed to await alarm going off ........... and being wakened at 6.55 PM by dogs barking to wake me for food I had been in such a deep sleep, I hadn't even heard the landline phone by the bed ringing several times as friends checked up on me. I had forgot to put my mobile on charge at bedside overnight so the phone had gone dead, so I didn't get alarm call, or several messages and calls on that either. So got up 7pm, fed dogs who were definitely giving me bad looks and had 'breakfast, then set about messaging people to apologies for not getting to shop to work, or answering phone calls and messages, and making them so worried

    Sleepy 3Dogs

    Still it gave me another NSD lol

    Morning

    Might be old news here but Tesco now sale m&s gift cards ,Amazon and John Lewis and with an extra 75 points per £25 spend, so worth getting in preparation for Christmas also if anyone uses the zeek app they have 3% off the Tesco gift cards ( small amount to some but if you are buying anyway it's still a saving). So buy Tesco gift card to use in Tesco to buy other gift cards
    Originally posted by ilovetoshop
    Sounds very good idea for Amazon as always using them

    A day in our holiday to Antigua.
    N's lovely friend offered to take us out on his boat on our last full day as waters had calmed after storm Matthew.

    Well most elite know there is a little furry companion I like to share my adventures with and so of course he came to.

    We were waiting on the jetty when Mark arrived and he noticed Mr Ted on the top of my beach bag. I got teased something terrible and he managed to keep such a straight face. Took the boat out and got some wonderful views of different islands, lots of tales about what N and her brother got up to as children.
    Mr Ted had a few photo opportunities by the wheel. Then we moored up at Bird Island. Beautiful place and was only us there for a long time. More ribbing about the Bear and could he swim. Explained to Mark he had to join in with poses for bear.
    Well he went down into the cabin and came up with something quite strange. It made the perfect teeny tiny teddy size hammock.
    Was actually one of those boat storage things. Mr Ted took up his position and stayed there swinging away until we were ready to drive back to the mooring. There were a few comments about using it as a bear catapult but I managed to dodge getting a wet bear.

    It really was the most amazing day. After 4pm when tourists had left we went to see prickly pear island. Boat could ' get near due to the draft so N and I swam ashore. The most beautiful place and the beach probably just big enough to park 4 cars on. Only one family there. Chatting to the girls, they were visiting their auntie from the UK and the girls live withing 10 miles of us in the UK! What a very small world indeed.

    Just going to add photo to post via I phone as only way I can.


    V x
    Originally posted by vanilla twist
    Oh my, he looks so in holiday mode, perfect pic
    R.I.P. Mr 3Dogs 3rd July 2012
    3Dogs'Mam 31st March 2013

    FRUGAL groceries - Oct £55.98/£60 (for 3 weeks) Nov £62.96/£80 Dec £11.39/£60
    NSD's Oct-18 Nov-16 Dec 4/15
    eBay Oct £116.33/£100 Nov £76.71/£50 Dec £22.83/£50
    • mhoc
    • By mhoc 11th Oct 16, 11:26 PM
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    mhoc
    The activity page used to be quite useful for that but i can't expand on each receipt to see what offers were redeemed anymore so it's not that great now. It used to show pending claims but doesn't do that for me anymore. Not sure if it's just my browser or if it's the same for everyone

    www.quidco.co.uk/activity/clicksnap
    Originally posted by aau1
    yes i am finding this annoying as well especially when I've uploaded a receipt with numerous cashback items on it id rather each item was listed separately

    Ive had endless issues with uploading milk receipts , twice I've just got the 1p so I've had to email them to get the £1 awarded as well

    The final one I did on Sunday but the receipt was declined as being folded - it wasnt, it was just a very long Waitrose receipt. So i uploaded again but this time it just seems to have vanished altogether so I've emailed them with 2 upload numbers and yet more photos - the milk is the very first item on the receipt

    I am finding it easier to photograph the receipt first and then upload the pics from the camera roll rather than snap as i go but even then it seems to take ages to load
    “Create all the happiness you are able to create; remove all the misery you are able to remove. Every day will allow you, --will invite you to add something to the pleasure of others, --or to diminish something of their pains.”
    • vanilla twist
    • By vanilla twist 12th Oct 16, 1:41 AM
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    vanilla twist
    For anyone still up I have finally managed to order 4 of the JR sets from boots
    Might have took me a month but got there in the end

    V x
    . I do think a chaise lounge is a good description of you though. Stylish yet comfortable and laid back
    Originally posted by fairclaire
    May the odds be ever in your favour

    SPC 7 Pot No 410 £232.63 Total
    • izzeyb
    • By izzeyb 12th Oct 16, 2:30 AM
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    izzeyb
    Morning.

    Ending today, Schmackos dog treats and Rodeo dog treats 3 for £3.00 (currently £1.58 each).

    https://groceries.asda.com/promotion/2-for-pound350/ls87586

    Both the Schmackos (20 pack) and Rodeo (8 pack) should compare to Tesco 3 for £3.00 offer, £4.74 v £3.00, but will depend on whether price stays at £1.58 each.

    http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/asda/bundle/725826_1828601.html
    N1LDA
    • shogun 777
    • By shogun 777 12th Oct 16, 2:59 AM
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    5pk of bikini briefs £1.49 M&S 70% sale hth
    • mattress66
    • By mattress66 12th Oct 16, 4:54 AM
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    mattress66
    thanks for the information
    • 3Dogs
    • By 3Dogs 12th Oct 16, 5:05 AM
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    3Dogs
    For anyone still up I have finally managed to order 4 of the JR sets from boots
    Might have took me a month but got there in the end

    V x
    Originally posted by vanilla twist
    I couldn't get to sleep so have been watching tv and doing decluttering and just opened laptop, clicked on Boots and there they were so I've ordered 2 sets (paid with PayPal balance so doesn't alter my Oct spending ) and came on here to post and then saw your post VT lol

    http://www.boots.com/en/John-Frieda-Luxurious-Volume-Bundle_1788899/
    Last edited by 3Dogs; 12-10-2016 at 6:05 AM.
    R.I.P. Mr 3Dogs 3rd July 2012
    3Dogs'Mam 31st March 2013

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    • chandlerscroft
    • By chandlerscroft 12th Oct 16, 6:07 AM
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    Good morning it's a bit warmer today so far, lets hope it stays that way.

    Not been on for a while, I hope we are all fit and well.

    Hopefully I haven't missed too much c u later, time for a coffee and catch up
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