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Updated Printable Money off Coupons & Policies Thread 7 (and chat)

edited 30 July 2009 at 5:31PM in Discount Codes 'n Vouchers
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  • no1wfno1wf Forumite
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    bootman wrote: »
    After staying away from Tesco for a couple of weeks, I decided to head off to get some of the butter spread with 50 extra points.

    However the extra points are nowhere to be seen on my receipt, do they show up at a later date?

    Many thanks

    This confuses me aswell, I haven't intentionally bought anything on the bonus points list but even if I had by accident I wouldn't know just by looking at the receipt :rotfl:

    Got my puppy pack this morning, of which my dog started licking the dog on the cover of it ~ too cute!

    1 x 25% off 1kg box of Pedigree Puppy Complete (a different looking box but costs £2.51)
    2 x 25% off 3kg bag of Pedigree Puppy Complete (again, different box but costs £5.54)
    Going to try 2 of them anyway tomorrow and see what happens. Never used % off coupons before!:eek:
    :dance: Best Wins:
    Blu-ray player & B2TF Blu-ray trilogy tin
    2 x Zelda 25th Anniversary Symphony Concert tickets
  • Dr.Who-WhoDr.Who-Who Forumite
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    C_J wrote: »
    "garden shop". I have started squirrelling away a few bits and bobs of MOC-purchased non-perishables

    Me too.... I bought alot of Surf small & mighty (upto 40 concentrated washing) on offer at T for £3.50 at the mo. Flora veg. oil (not on offer but manufacturer coupons pd for it). Only stock up the things that are expensive when not on offer. Gave away my 40 boxes of finish tablets to my boss & relative. Since I dont hv a dish washer. Kept 1 to clean window but it still smear..:mad: Shame me & others can't use the printable couponssad-012.gif have missed out so... many printable coupons sad-034.gif
    RIP my dear dear parent : Mum aged 62 (17/5/1990) & Dad aged 89 (23/1/2012)


  • jefereyjeferey Forumite
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    C_J wrote: »
    ...I have started squirrelling away a few bits and bobs of MOC-purchased non-perishables for Christmas, but am currently concentrating on gathering THE ESSENTIALS (gin, wine, beer, cider, jars of dorito dips, jars of olives etc) for our forthcoming self-catering boating holiday. There's quite a lot, so I hope we don't sink.
    Hope you enjoy your boating holiday C J. We went on one Spring Bank to Warwick paid for with clubcard deals of course :D - where are you going?
    If at first you don't succeed, try, try, try - oh bu99er that just cheat :D
  • C_JC_J Forumite
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    kathie1101 wrote: »
    After Mad posted the other day about starting to stock up for Christmas, I thought ooh that's a good idea, I'll get organized this year on the food front and get a bit each week. But then I sat and thought about it, and really I don't buy anything much extra over Christmas than I normally do. Surely I can't be the only one :confused: Ok I do normally buy some peanuts, but that's usually about it.

    Oooh, I have heaps of extra expenditure (but then I go a bit crazy at Christmas time!). Last year I started shoe-horning a few little non-perishable extras into my Tesco shops from about July onwards - tins of goose fat for the roast potatoes, a jar of luxury marmalade (for the marmalade steamed sponge pudding and custard, an alternative to Christmas pud), tinned white crab meat and a jar of red caviar (as part of the seaford tian starter) etc etc etc. Not to mention the wine, beer, port, champagne, cointreau, Kahlua, Baileys and bottled water. (Except I just did) :)

    Smoked salmon freezes well, as do fresh herbs and packs of lovely French unsalted butter.
  • jefereyjeferey Forumite
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    bootman wrote: »
    Yes it was the £1.24 spread and also the milk, nothing extra showing at all, should I go back to the store?
    Daft question but did you get any points? Was your clubcard accepted?
    You need to buy 2 x milks to get the points but the spread worked for me with 1.
    If at first you don't succeed, try, try, try - oh bu99er that just cheat :D
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  • C_JC_J Forumite
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    jeferey wrote: »
    Hope you enjoy your boating holiday C J. We went on one Spring Bank to Warwick paid for with clubcard deals of course :D - where are you going?

    Thanks, jefery :) We're mucking about on the Norfolk Broads, where Mister C J will assume the role of Skipper and do all the hard work while I shall drink G&Ts, be critical, and act as mobile ballast (and prob get shouted at for standing in the wrong place**). All paid for with clubcard points too :)

    We've done the narrowboat trip up the Kennett and Avon, and also the one in Llangollen which was spectacular when going over the aqueduct!




    **this also happens when putting up the caravan awning.
  • edited 9 July 2009 at 1:32PM
    BLUEWKDBLUEWKD Forumite
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    edited 9 July 2009 at 1:32PM
    Another way to get extra points and money off is to join the Tesco clubs. You get sent every 3 months (I think) a club booklet which usually has money off things and extra points coupons in. I have just received my Healthy Living Club booklet this morning and it has coupon for double points on my next shop, just scan the coupon at the checkout before 30 August and 25p off fresh vegetables. Usually has more, like money of milk and veg and extra points. Here's the list for those who haven't joined them all. Maybe these clubs could be on the 1st page or something, as you do get money off coupons, but only for Tesco's :confused: Will leave it up to you thanks Honey :beer:

    http://www.tesco.com/clubcard/clubcard/clubs.food.asp

    http://www.tesco.com/clubcard/clubcard/clubs.wine.asp

    http://www.tesco.com/clubcard/clubcard/clubs.healthyliving.asp

    http://www.tesco.com/clubcard/clubcard/clubs.babyandtoddler.asp

    http://www.tesco.com/greenerliving/

    Has anybody actually tried the Olive Spread and if so what's it like? Blue loves Lurpak, anything like or is it to give to friends!! ;) :rotfl::rotfl:
    Be thankful for what you have because it could all be taken away tomorrow.;)


  • SandDancerSandDancer Forumite
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    good afternoon peeps :D
    :DI NEED 3 MORE CRAVENDALE CODES PLEASE HELP PM ME IF YOU HAVE ANY:D

    :j:jWOOOHOOOO BANKRUPT AT LAST:dance::dance:
  • veggiecarveggiecar Forumite
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    BLUEWKD wrote: »
    Has anybody actually tried the Olive Spread and if so what's it like? Blue loves Lurpak, anything like or is it to give to friends!! ;) :rotfl::rotfl:
    It's very similar to Lurpak...it's yellow and you spread it on your bread:confused::confused:
    But if you like to give "spread" to friends...........don't let us stop you! ;);):cool::cool::rotfl:
    It's nice to be nice .....:beer:
    You HAVE checked google before asking, haven't you?;)
    If you use the "search this thread" button at the top of the page, you may find it's been answered already!;)
  • bullshotbullshot Forumite
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    bootman wrote: »
    After staying away from Tesco for a couple of weeks, I decided to head off to get some of the butter spread with 50 extra points.

    However the extra points are nowhere to be seen on my receipt, do they show up at a later date?

    Many thanks
    My points showed straight away at the bottom of receipt
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