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    • redfox
    • By redfox 16th Jun 16, 8:27 PM
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    redfox
    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, Shop but don't drop, Loans and Cutting Tax boards which means I volunteer to help get your forum questions answered and keep the forum running smoothly. 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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    • hampydoodums
    • By hampydoodums 18th May 17, 4:17 PM
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    hampydoodums
    Afternoon luvlies

    Quick post as wanted to confirm this compared nicely in the 3 for 2 in A. It's in a purple tub and like an intensive conditioner

    3x John Frieda Frizz-Ease Miraculous Recovery Intensive Masque (150ml) £18 v £10.

    Sorry posting on the go as have DGD1 with me. Will catch up later
    Nanny to 2 Cherubs
    • Snap-ant
    • By Snap-ant 18th May 17, 4:17 PM
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    Snap-ant
    JTS

    Our Family Motto ~
    ♦ If all else fails - read the instructions ♦

    • Snap-ant
    • By Snap-ant 18th May 17, 4:19 PM
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    Snap-ant
    Our Family Motto ~
    ♦ If all else fails - read the instructions ♦

    • Serendipitious
    • By Serendipitious 18th May 17, 4:24 PM
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    Serendipitious
    Thank you muchly LEJC x

    They think it's all over - it IS now
    Originally posted by Jeremiah T Stone

    “All shall be well, and all shall be well and all manner of thing shall be well.”

    Jan 18 - grocery/household to 14/1 = 38.42



    • LEJC
    • By LEJC 18th May 17, 4:26 PM
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    LEJC
    ...and while JTS pops off to enjoy his saline flush....I'm out the door to buy a loaf of bread....
    frugal October...£41.82 of £40 food shopping spend for the 2 of us!

    2017 toiletries challenge 179 out 145 in ...£18.64 spend
    • emerald21
    • By emerald21 18th May 17, 4:31 PM
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    emerald21
    Anyone got any ideas where Dawn and a friend could stay for two nights when they go to this V festival in August please
    • xxlouisexx56
    • By xxlouisexx56 18th May 17, 4:48 PM
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    xxlouisexx56
    Originally posted by zippydooda
    These would of gone well with my Palmolive this morning

    Might have to go again
    • braveheart60uk
    • By braveheart60uk 18th May 17, 4:59 PM
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    braveheart60uk
    New Item 3 4 2
    I think this hasn't been posted. Apologise if it has.

    Not as good as Sharpies, but....

    Gillette Mach 3, 5 pack of disposable razors £7 v Tosser £5 = PAG £2.50 each, in 3 s or 6's net cost £2.16
    B/code 7702018943579 Mine are black razors, but I believe they can also be in blue, so check barcode.
    IMO one should last at least a week, so good for hols etc.



    http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/asda-compare-prices/Mens_Toiletries/Gillette_Mach_3_Disposable_Razors_5.html?TrackingC ode=41.wNiNy3nz7UOkvbPStyC7Rw
    • Dax1978
    • By Dax1978 18th May 17, 5:01 PM
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    Dax1978
    Hello Can some please help me I want to do a glichey shop but i have reached my 100 limit is there way around this. And can I use my card or shall pay cash when i shop please someone help me.
    • braveheart60uk
    • By braveheart60uk 18th May 17, 5:02 PM
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    braveheart60uk
    Admission to make
    I have admission to make…..
    I am an addict….
    To shlopping……
    I need a banning order from supermarkets…..


    *************************


    Some good does come of it though:
    Donating a fortnight of fillers to foodbank via a Tosser where they pay foodbank cash at 35p a kilo/litre, weight approx 50kg = £17.50 for foodbank in cash. I was off work and unpaid sick leave for a long time, so I understand how tight things can be.

    http://i1207.photobucket.com/albums/bb468/Catmoorian/photo%204.jpg



    TINS
    7 carrots
    9 peas
    8 shloop
    4 beanz & sausage
    8 spag hoops
    7 spag worms
    4 curry
    3 meatballs
    2 mince
    2 chilli

    OTHER ITEMS
    16 meat spread
    4 dried shloop
    7 savoury rice
    20 dried mash
    20 noodles

    DRINKS
    7 lemonade
    4 cola

    SHWEETS
    110 packs whammie chewies
    27 fizzy bunnies
    20 haribo
    15 curly wurlies
    17 flumps
    28 chew thingies


    • braveheart60uk
    • By braveheart60uk 18th May 17, 5:04 PM
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    braveheart60uk
    Hello Can some please help me I want to do a glichey shop but i have reached my 100 limit is there way around this. And can I use my card or shall pay cash when i shop please someone help me.
    Originally posted by Dax1978
    £100 limit per email and address, does a neighbour have a yopmail account and a strange name?

    It is good of you to do shopping for them

    I prefer cash, just so I can keep track of my spending better.
    • Enterprise 1701C
    • By Enterprise 1701C 18th May 17, 5:11 PM
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    Enterprise 1701C
    Great you have finished your treatment JTS, but I have a complaint. I shall now have to have Anita Ward surgically removed from my ears
    What is this life if, full of care, we have no time to stand and stare
    • mrsmac10
    • By mrsmac10 18th May 17, 5:17 PM
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    mrsmac10
    I have admission to make…..
    I am an addict….
    To shlopping……
    I need a banning order from supermarkets…..


    *************************


    Some good does come of it though:
    Donating a fortnight of fillers to foodbank via a Tosser where they pay foodbank cash at 35p a kilo/litre, weight approx 50kg = £17.50 for foodbank in cash. I was off work and unpaid sick leave for a long time, so I understand how tight things can be.

    http://i1207.photobucket.com/albums/bb468/Catmoorian/photo%204.jpg



    TINS
    7 carrots
    9 peas
    8 shloop
    4 beanz & sausage
    8 spag hoops
    7 spag worms
    4 curry
    3 meatballs
    2 mince
    2 chilli

    OTHER ITEMS
    16 meat spread
    4 dried shloop
    7 savoury rice
    20 dried mash
    20 noodles

    DRINKS
    7 lemonade
    4 cola

    SHWEETS
    110 packs whammie chewies
    27 fizzy bunnies
    20 haribo
    15 curly wurlies
    17 flumps
    28 chew thingies


    Originally posted by braveheart60uk
    OMG How many chews


    You have more than me !!!!


    Take care that's very generous
    • Serendipitious
    • By Serendipitious 18th May 17, 5:30 PM
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    Serendipitious
    Showing my age here with a Disco hit from 1979 - when I was a mover on the dance floor lol

    You can ring my be-e-ell, ring my bell
    (Ring my bell, ding-dong-ding)
    You can ring my be-e-ell, ring my bell
    (Ring my bell, ring-a-ring-a-ring)
    You can ring my be-e-ell, ring my bell
    (Ring my bell, ding-dong-ding)
    You can ring my be-e-ell, ring my bell
    (Ring my bell, ring-a-ring-a-ring)
    You can ring my bell
    You can ring my bell
    (ding, dong, ding, ah-ah, ring it)
    You can ring my bell, anytime, anywhere
    (Ring it, ring it, ring it, ring it, oww)
    You can ring my bell, you can ring my bell
    (Ding, dong, ding, ah-ah, ring it)
    You can ring my bell, anytime, anywhere
    (Ring it, ring it, ring it, ring it, oww)
    You can ring my be-e-ell, ring my bell
    (Ring my bell, ding-dong-ding)
    You can ring my be-e-ell, ring my bell
    (Ring my bell, ring-a-ring-a-ring)
    You can ring my be-e-ell, ring my bell
    (Ring my bell, ding-dong-ding)
    You can ring my be-e-ell, ring my bell
    (ring my bell, ring-a-ring-a-ring)
    Originally posted by Jeremiah T Stone

    Excellent post for number 80,000
    “All shall be well, and all shall be well and all manner of thing shall be well.”

    Jan 18 - grocery/household to 14/1 = 38.42



    • Serendipitious
    • By Serendipitious 18th May 17, 5:36 PM
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    Serendipitious
    Anyone got any ideas where Dawn and a friend could stay for two nights when they go to this V festival in August please
    Originally posted by emerald21




    “All shall be well, and all shall be well and all manner of thing shall be well.”

    Jan 18 - grocery/household to 14/1 = 38.42



    • diluvsdiscounts
    • By diluvsdiscounts 18th May 17, 5:45 PM
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    diluvsdiscounts
    JTS I'm delighted for you. I hope the nausea isn't too bad. Well done you, I hope they found you a bell to ring. See you in five days when you're back in the land of the living.
    Seriously well done.
    • mhoc
    • By mhoc 18th May 17, 5:47 PM
    • 16,302 Posts
    • 202,329 Thanks
    mhoc
    I have admission to make…..
    I am an addict….
    To shlopping……
    I need a banning order from supermarkets…..


    *************************


    Some good does come of it though:
    Donating a fortnight of fillers to foodbank via a Tosser where they pay foodbank cash at 35p a kilo/litre, weight approx 50kg = £17.50 for foodbank in cash. I was off work and unpaid sick leave for a long time, so I understand how tight things can be.

    http://i1207.photobucket.com/albums/bb468/Catmoorian/photo%204.jpg



    TINS
    7 carrots
    9 peas
    8 shloop
    4 beanz & sausage
    8 spag hoops
    7 spag worms
    4 curry
    3 meatballs
    2 mince
    2 chilli

    OTHER ITEMS
    16 meat spread
    4 dried shloop
    7 savoury rice
    20 dried mash
    20 noodles

    DRINKS
    7 lemonade
    4 cola

    SHWEETS
    110 packs whammie chewies
    27 fizzy bunnies
    20 haribo
    15 curly wurlies
    17 flumps
    28 chew thingies


    Originally posted by braveheart60uk
    Pure magic - you are an inspiration to us all

    I did my little donation this morning to our Mr T food bank collection. I needed to get out a new laundry liquid from my stash so as its jammed behind an over large coffee table in the bedroom (long story, dont ask) I sent OH on a foraging mission.
    He came down with 2 bottles - little Persil naturals, must be at least 4 years old, and a large red 38 wash Daz bottle which I got when there was a try me free offer.
    That was an easy decision - Persil for us and Daz for the food bank plus some bottles of comfort fabric conditioner - I am using the ecover fab con I got for cashback so a couple of others can be passed along
    “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.”
    • magda1959
    • By magda1959 18th May 17, 5:49 PM
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    magda1959
    Toothbrush heads
    Please can I ask SnapAnt which shop he found the packs of 8 toothbrush heads in as I need some.Thanks
    • Jeremiah T Stone
    • By Jeremiah T Stone 18th May 17, 5:49 PM
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    Jeremiah T Stone
    JTS I'm delighted for you. I hope the nausea isn't too bad. Well done you, I hope they found you a bell to ring. See you in five days when you're back in the land of the living.
    Seriously well done.
    Originally posted by diluvsdiscounts
    Thank you everyone
    I'm so glad to be home now - very tired from the Piriton.
    No bell to ring, grumpy lot
    On my Cancer journey, I've learned that taking a step backward after taking a step forward is not a disaster; it's more like a cha-cha
    • mhoc
    • By mhoc 18th May 17, 5:51 PM
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    mhoc
    Anyone got any ideas where Dawn and a friend could stay for two nights when they go to this V festival in August please
    Originally posted by emerald21
    Weston?
    Are they driving there?

    A good place to start looking would be airbandb

    Stafford station is amusing that weekend as everyone is walking around in waterproofs with wellies covered in plastic bags held on with rubber bands
    “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.”
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