Printable discount vouchers

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  • Crabman
    Crabman Posts: 9,943 Forumite
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    compmad1 wrote:
    I am unable to install the printer so I can't print the vouchers. I have tried IE6 and Firefox 2. I also finally disabled my firewall. Any advice? Thanks.
    :eek: Reinstate your firewall... right now!! ;)
  • compmad1
    compmad1 Posts: 995 Forumite
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    Crabman wrote:
    :eek: Reinstate your firewall... right now!! ;)

    Thanks. I did reinstate the firewall again immediately. I couldn't think of any other reason why it wouldn't work, when it appears to have done so for other people.
  • DrSmutt wrote:
    Try spybot search and destroy

    http://www.safer-networking.org/en/index.html

    download and install and do updates, run in advanced mode goto tools (make sure activex and BHO are ticked.

    look in activex and BHO try removing from there. and do a scan afterwards.

    havent tried but may work.
    Nope, nothing :confused:

    Mozart321 wrote:
    Dogsbody, in internet explorer, go to TOOLS -> Manage Add-Ons

    You should be able to disable it in there..
    That's for IE on XP SP2 only :-( I'm Win2000 using FireFox

    So there is no way to remove this thing! :T
  • Tesco won't accept these 'photocopies' they said what is to prevent me printing 100 of them!
  • Tesco won't accept these 'photocopies' they said what is to prevent me printing 100 of them!

    :0) Nothing at all - find another Tesco's and try again :0)
    Smile - life's good !
  • olympian
    olympian Posts: 162 Forumite
    If you go direct to www.couponnet.co.uk, rather than through the GMTV website, you get two additional coupons, making 9 in total split over two pages.

    You still only get to print each out twice per computer though, including any printed via GMTV.
  • MrsGrey
    MrsGrey Posts: 80 Forumite
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    The only thing I might buy in the list on the GMTV site is the toothpaste. And an own brand will still probably be cheaper. Maybe I'm just a grouch, but the best way to save is often just not to buy stuff...;)
  • halojones
    halojones Posts: 742 Forumite
    These are great, and they say....Internet coupon .......which is why they are black and white, most assistants will take these, at Waitrose and Tesco's. Some of the other ones (30p off Pledge, that dont say Internet, they always tell me they are photocopies).
    Every one at work, laughs at me printing my own money. I had the last laugh with the amount I 'saved' last year.
    Amazon Sellers Club Member Number 52 :p
    £2008 for 2008 Club Member Number 318 :cool:
    total YTD £75
    Good Luck Everyone ;)
    :beer:
  • halojones
    halojones Posts: 742 Forumite
    MrsGrey wrote:
    The only thing I might buy in the list on the GMTV site is the toothpaste. And an own brand will still probably be cheaper. Maybe I'm just a grouch, but the best way to save is often just not to buy stuff...;)
    You dont always have to buy the product to use the coupon, Asda, Tesco and Waitrose will all accept coupons without you buying the product. Although it can vary from assistant to assistant, how many they will accept.

    Good luck
    Amazon Sellers Club Member Number 52 :p
    £2008 for 2008 Club Member Number 318 :cool:
    total YTD £75
    Good Luck Everyone ;)
    :beer:
  • exactly, just use the coupons to buy own brand toothpaste, we use tescos its 21p!
    It's definitely not definately!
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