Waitrose spit

I got a free pack of chocolate hazelnut thins (a biscuit)on Saturday.

This is first time I have had a 'spit'. I swiped 'My Waitrose' but bought a <£4.00 single item.

Anyone else had a spit from Waitrose?

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  • Kim_13Kim_13 Forumite
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    I haven't. First I've heard of Waitrose spits.

    I don't use Waitrose unless something is cheaper in there/unavailable elsewhere in town, however I haven't always swiped unless I've known that there was a discount on the items I was buying. Think I'll swipe every time from now on.
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  • I had one yesterday for a 1/2 price packet of Kettle crisps.

    Didn't use it.
  • esuhlesuhl Forumite
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    Eh? What are you talking about?

    You mean you get a voucher for a freebie just by using your loyalty card? Is this advertised? A mistake with the checkout system...?
  • POPPYOSCARPOPPYOSCAR Forumite
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    Yes, but they are usually things like save £5 when you order a turkey and 20% of a certain item etc.


    Never had one for a free item.
  • robin58robin58 Forumite
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    I got a spit for £2 off their own brand Cornish Cheese today.

    May take up their offer as it's normally £4 for 350g.
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  • Feral_MoonFeral_Moon Forumite
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    What is a spit? If you mean voucher then why not say voucher?
  • I've recently had my 2nd spit/till voucher for a halfprice morning pastry (they know me so well!)
  • robin58robin58 Forumite
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    Feral_Moon wrote: »
    What is a spit? If you mean voucher then why not say voucher?

    Because we like to wind up people like you. ;)

    If I remember you don't like people to say Sainsbobs ect. :o

    It's what people call a 'coupon' which is 'spitted out' of one of those machines which are near tills, hence the name.

    Technically I supposed a Waitrose spit is not one of these as it's printed out with the receipt.
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  • Feral_MoonFeral_Moon Forumite
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    AnnaArroyo wrote: »
    Not heard the term before..not happened to me!

    Glad I'm not the only one :)
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