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15 bareroot perennial plants, just pay £4.50 to cover postage @ Thompson and Morgan

£4.50 @ Thompson & Morgan
Fill your borders with this FREE* 15 plant perennial collection, perfect to fill any gaps. This is the new link now that they have a new website. http://www.thompson-morgan.com/flowers/flower-p…
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6y, 8m agoFound 6 years, 8 months ago
Fill your borders with this FREE* 15 plant perennial collection, perfect to fill any gaps.

This is the new link now that they have a new website.
http://www.thompson-morgan.com/flowers/flower-plants/herbaceous-border-plants/free-perennial-collection/pwr91279TM

Collection comprises 3 bareroot plants each of Eryngium purpurea, Heliopsis scabra, Liatris spicata, Kniphofia uvaria and Echinacea purpurea (centre).
* Just pay cost of postage.

Just the thing to use the £5 vouchers on, if you got the Chelsea deal!!!

DON'T FORGET - TopCashBack 16% or Quidco 12%

Despatch: by the end of October 2010
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6y, 8m agoFound 6 years, 8 months ago
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#1
Good deal, ordered.Thanks for posting.
#2
chesso , do you know if you can use the deal more than once ?
#3
mully
chesso , do you know if you can use the deal more than once ?

I believe that you can.

Have you got the £5 vouchers from the Chelsea deal and are thinking of doing it twice? I don't see a problem with that.

Don't forget Topcashback or Quidco - in fact i had bettter put a reminder in the OP!!
#4
Shows as £8.95 when go to order?
#5
Thank you chesso - used a voucher code and free delivery code GW550. Cost - zero :thumbsup:
#6
ah nice one for the code :)
#7
Evz1974
Shows as £8.95 when go to order?


fem martian
Thank you chesso - used a voucher code and free delivery code GW550. Cost - zero :thumbsup:

:thumbsup: Nice use of a £5 gift voucher.:-D


For anyone else who has postage added then to get free delivery, try the GW550 or GW544 voucher code but do not add any of the GW discount codes.

It should also be straight-forwards if you add plants to your basket, using the link in the OP. Go straight back to the GW offers page and then to your basket and the delivery will be free.
#8
fem martian
Thank you chesso - used a voucher code and free delivery code GW550. Cost - zero :thumbsup:

thanks for that :) HOT
#9
Thanks for this. I followed instructions and £0 to pay!
#10
whats the chelsea deal, still coming out at £4.50 for the plants for me , free del but they want £4.50 for the plants
#11
Meeee toooo?
#12
Ordered. Followed link from original Chelsea deal so both these posts have saved me a lot. Thanks & heat added
#13
mully
whats the chelsea deal, still coming out at £4.50 for the plants for me , free del but they want £4.50 for the plants


fifitrix123
Meeee toooo?

The Chelsea deal is a different T&M offer!

Yes you cannot avoid paying the £4.50 ( they call it - to cover postage - making the plants 'free' but it's offer-speak really), unless you have a gift voucher from another offer, so to get the 15 bare root plants costs a total of £4.50 as long as you don't go wrong and the delivery charge (£4.45) is added, which is what happens if you accidentally go to another part of the T&M site.

The only way to get the 15 plants for free is to already have a £5 off voucher from e.g. the Chelsea deal!!

However £4.50 for 15 bare root plants is a very good deal IMO. They can be planted straight way when they arrive in the autumn.
#14
Has anybody recieved their order yet? I know it says order dispatched before October 2010 but I usually recieve my orders form T&M within a month.
#15
No and I wouldn't expect to get them for a couple of months. They are bare-root and the foliage needs to die back before they are dug up.

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