Forgetful wrote: »
tweets ... have u managed to get any t mags?
mhoc wrote: »
The having deposited the cheque = with the princely sum of £38.92 in interest for a years saving, why do I bother ...
We then went to Greggs to get our free bottles of Lucozade - OH now has the dire pumpkin latte as a reward on his app but refuses to redeem it - I don't think I would even give it to a homeless person, its so gross
Then we got the Harringtons dry cat food from Mr T which is half prices on shopimmums. This store sells all 4 of the flavours and its on offer for £4 each. I had one of those groupon offers a while back - get a £10 Mr T e voucher for £5 so I used that as part payment. So £16 in total - £6 money and £5 for the voucher total £11 and of that shopimmums will give me £8 cashback.
So 8 kg of good quality cat food for a final total of £3 :T
The only issue it that Harringtons have quite thin paper sacks which any of our cats could scratch their way through. It under the stairs for now but I think I need to seal them in a bags-for-life otherwise there will be under the stairs scoffing :rotfl:
This stuff really smells strong so if the cats get wind of it there will be no stopping them!
The emmi is off the COS list today
Yes I have Mr T mags but I have no confidence of there being any baked crisps being in stock in any store in the entire country when he MOCs go live.
Next was the big Marks on the hill which still has masses of sale stuff - mainly trousers though and rails of fashion for larger ladies. I did find a nice white cardigan for £2.49 which even OH said was a good buy.
And a digital skipping rope for £1.89 which will be an amusing Christmas gift for eldest child
I used credit vouchers - I've got one expiring in November I need to whittle downwards.
Also I took back a sheet I ordered for a credit note - very weird mottled material that looked like it would never iron flat.
OH was quite happy with the long queue - he found the fizz and biscuit sampling lady in the food hall
Then we went to Wyevale to spend my £5 voucher they sent last night - there is very little in the under £10 range in that place. Mainly it was a choice between an African violet plant for £4.50 or some dubious over priced tasteless chocolates, some of which I recognized from Home Bargains.
So I settled on a Crazy Cat lady mug for £6 so I only had £1 to pay.
On the plus side the butchers counter were sampling some very delicious sausages every time we passed it :T
Then it was Ssainsburys for GJ items - activia yogurt and napolina sauce and blue diamond nuts for COS.
Finishing off with a late trip into town for a visit to Neros for hot chocolate and cake - the walnut and banana loaf is very nice and with the 00002 offer £2 for two slices is quite acceptable. OH blobs it with cream from his hot chocolate
Then it was Superdrug and home
Freewheeling wrote: »
I just keep one copy of the W magazine and put the rest back once I've been through the till!
tweets wrote: »
Yes they had loads in my store 2 pallet fulls thanks
Forgetful wrote: »
good... I was gonna say can meet up and get u some from Didsbury... but i only managed 4 mags... dare not get any more in case i get told off..
which is your local..?
emerald21 wrote: »
Can't you get a carrier bag and stick your head etc in the cardboard container and smuggle some in lol
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