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Ever benefitted from a 'coupon fairy' who leaves coupons tucked by products in supermarkets?



  • Stella41Stella41 Forumite
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    Valxx said:
    I'm wary about passing on coupons - many are linked to my loyalty cards, which can't be used with any other card, I have found.
    They can be used with any card (e.g. most supermarket vouchers can).

    All those printed by tills can, such as in Sainsburys or Waitys.  Wombling them is well worth doing, if someone has discarded one.
    You have to swipe your Nectar card in order to use Sainsbury’s  coupons so I don’t think the coupons are transferrable 
  • AuntycazAuntycaz Forumite
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    There are fewer printed money off coupons nowadays. I used to cut out and give away the £5 off a £25 spend in Lidl printed in the metro and also pass on the £5 off a £40 spend printed at the till at waitrose but it seems to be all apps nowaday very few printed coupons available nowadays.
  • punkrock101punkrock101 Forumite
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    I’ve been a coupon fairy many times and I Womble on a frequent basis
  • MSE_Laura_FMSE_Laura_F Community Admin
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    That's fantastic, @punkrock101. Where do you usually get your coupons from, and have you ever seen anyone make use of one of them?
  • pamsdishpamsdish Forumite
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    I used to do it with the Aldi coupons, when we used to get them from the newspapers, seldom see coupons of any description nowadays.
    Do I need it or just want it.
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