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Noticed this offer advertised instore at the kiosk, and on the checkout dividers today.

Advert says that it includes ALL stamps
Dunno the expiry date... will try and find out more tomorrow!

Better than the superdrug offer as it includes the 2nd class ones!
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#1
voted hot
#2
i know this is a very very odd thing to post

but am i right in saying stamps work as currency and you can actually sell them to the post office!
#3
This offer has been on at Superdrug for ages!!
#4
Will come in handy for christmas card postage - voted hot
#5
neg rep - because:
5% is no savings at all as far as i'm concerned.
you're only saving pennies.
#6
As far as I know, Supergrug only gives 5% discount to 1st class stamps:)
#7
elusion
neg rep - because:
5% is no savings at all as far as i'm concerned.
you're only saving pennies.


You carry on sellotaping coins to your parcels then :whistling:
#8
elusion
neg rep - because:
5% is no savings at all as far as i'm concerned.
you're only saving pennies.

Sorry, but please, go away. 5% off STAMPS which are treated almost the same as currency, is better than any other deal as they're rarely discounted as they don't need to be. Why would you neg rep someone for posting something that saves others money? There's little point in doing so, especially when neg rep is for when people do bad things. Maybe you didn't realise, but this is a site for saving money..
#9
elusion
neg rep - because:
5% is no savings at all as far as i'm concerned.
you're only saving pennies.


Neg rep just because the deal can only save you a few pennies?!
There will be people on here who are regularly selling items on here and ebay, they could save quite a lot on postage especially on parcels.
Hot in my opinion.
#10
elusion
neg rep - because:
5% is no savings at all as far as i'm concerned.
you're only saving pennies.


My mum always said "Look after the pennies and the pounds will look after themselves"
#11
dudes LOL?
sorry if i touched a feeling....

edit - to clear things up i meant VOTED COLD, not neg rep.
i didnt realise were was a rep system. my bad.
#12
Hello, it is not a bad offer - something is better than nothing. If somebody (like us here) still send some X-mas cards to elder people who are not in the electronic age, eBay parcels, etc. then it makes sense stocking up a bit as long as these 'carrot' offers last in the latest supermarket wars...
Being a stam collector, I do buy stamp lots myself on auctions for my collection. Just bought a huge box recently crammed with stamps, albums, etc. Normally I pickup the ones I want and can swap/sell remmaining ones. Now, I nearly have always spare 1st and 2nd class stamps. Thus if anyone needs these, I could post free and at 10% discount. I have a bit spare at the moment. Thanks.
#13
robot1000
This offer has been on at Superdrug for ages!!


The superdrug offer doesn't include 2nd class ones though, so if you are after them, then Sainsbury's is the place to go!
#14
knewbold
i know this is a very very odd thing to post

but am i right in saying stamps work as currency and you can actually sell them to the post office!


Sorry - but in a word, no.
#15
elusion
neg rep - because:
5% is no savings at all as far as i'm concerned.
you're only saving pennies.


PLONKA! Voted hot
#16
A saving of 1.8p per stamp, so for every 56 christmas cards you send, you'll save ~£1! It doesn't get much hotter than that!
#17
Voted hot :)
#18
elusion;3591011
neg rep - because:
5% is no savings at all as far as i'm concerned.
you're only saving pennies.

It's posters like this that make me rue the day giving negative rep was removed from this forum.
#19
slotbadger;3591499
A saving of 1.8p per stamp, so for every 56 christmas cards you send, you'll save ~£1! It doesn't get much hotter than that!

Send them second class and save £5.04 or £5.79 with this offer :thumbsup:
banned#20
every penny counts, thanks x
#21
thanks !
#22
elusion
neg rep - because:
5% is no savings at all as far as i'm concerned.
you're only saving pennies.


What a ridiculous post :roll:
This with save some people many £s
Voted Hot
#23
Adamo
better than any other deal as they're rarely discounted as they don't need to be.
..


and this is why I have voted cold. as a subpostmaster in a rural village it riles me that the big boys are selling these stamps at a loss to themselves as an exercise in getting more customers.

Stunts like this are what are killing the rural communities. Not only can subpostmasters with village shops not make a living from their retail sides because of supermarkets destroying the marketplace for the independent retailer but now they are going after the post office income as well .!!!!!!
#24
This whole website that you are signed up to supports just the "big boys" There are hardly ever offers on here that will support rural communities, just damage it by making you shop at the major stores at a cheap price.

Just because this effects you, now you speak out about it? Strange!

You dont care about the rural communties, just yourself
#25
It's a good deal, because I use my nectar card at sainsburys =p lol!!!

Never go to superdrug myself >_<

Voted hot!
#26
Just bought 10 books of 12 (2nd Class) stamps - saved £1.62...

...better than nowt!

Voted HOT, especially because you can get second class stamps which you can't in Superdrug.
#27
Not sure if anyone knows this but if you have a Costco near you, they have stamps VAT free and have had for some time!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#28
elusion
neg rep - because:
5% is no savings at all as far as i'm concerned.
you're only saving pennies.


Sorry mate, but this is just a tad foolish. The measure of this is in if you can find someone who is doing better than 5% off stamps.

Superdrug deal is good (don't think one can apply the 10% survey discount), but this one gives Nectar points too - though unsure if these can be tripled presently.

Regarding Rural PO's - points taken. The issue here is not so Sainsbury's or Superdrug offering discounts as PO shaking up and closing half of them down. I have 6 that I have used in recnt jobs and near home that have gone. Supermarkets offer the nearest opp. to buy stamps now. Interesting as a number of Tesco's now have PO's in them - maybe thats an approach you could make to save your bacon (more so if you could negotiate a deal on offering clubcard points for PO purchases!)
#29
Newbold
Sorry - but in a word, no.


HEY im the no1 newbold on here!
#30
knewbold
HEY im the no1 newbold on here!


I'm an impostor. Check your bank account.
#31
Evil Twin
and this is why I have voted cold. as a subpostmaster in a rural village it riles me that the big boys are selling these stamps at a loss to themselves as an exercise in getting more customers.

Stunts like this are what are killing the rural communities. Not only can subpostmasters with village shops not make a living from their retail sides because of supermarkets destroying the marketplace for the independent retailer but now they are going after the post office income as well .!!!!!!


So when the Post Office publish offers on car insurance and house insurance and the like have we your permission to vote them cold?After all its just the Post Office muscling in on someone elses patch and who knows, they may even be making a loss too!
#32
Evil Twin
and this is why I have voted cold. as a subpostmaster in a rural village it riles me that the big boys are selling these stamps at a loss to themselves as an exercise in getting more customers.

Stunts like this are what are killing the rural communities. Not only can subpostmasters with village shops not make a living from their retail sides because of supermarkets destroying the marketplace for the independent retailer but now they are going after the post office income as well .!!!!!!


Fair enough, the big boys might be selling them cheap. What annoys me is when all the post office people start moaning that they are going out of business. What exactly do you do that is so special for a £40,000+ sallary? Let them go out of business i say! :)
#33
Evil Twin
and this is why I have voted cold. as a subpostmaster in a rural village it riles me that the big boys are selling these stamps at a loss to themselves as an exercise in getting more customers.

Stunts like this are what are killing the rural communities. Not only can subpostmasters with village shops not make a living from their retail sides because of supermarkets destroying the marketplace for the independent retailer but now they are going after the post office income as well .!!!!!!


I find it hard to believe that old Mrs Cannybody actually walks past her little rural community Post Office, then waits an age for a bus to arrive in the freezing cold to take her to the out of town hypermarket miles away only to save a few pennies on the letter she is going to post!
#34
Vivicia
It's a good deal, because I use my nectar card at sainsburys =p lol!!!

Never go to superdrug myself >_<

Voted hot!


Sorry to break the bad news, but you don't get nectar points on stamps, silly sainsbury's :(
#35
who;3594219
Not sure if anyone knows this but if you have a Costco near you, they have stamps VAT free and have had for some time!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


don't costco only do 1st class though????
#36
Are stamps subject to VAT?
#37
Robbieeee2k
Are stamps subject to VAT?


No, so it makes no difference that Costco doesn't charge VAT - nobody does.
#38
MANJ_007
Fair enough, the big boys might be selling them cheap. What annoys me is when all the post office people start moaning that they are going out of business. What exactly do you do that is so special for a £40,000+ sallary? Let them go out of business i say! :)



You prat !! If you have no knowledge on a subject it is best to stay quiet. £40,000 LMAO I wish
#39
Robbieeee2k
I find it hard to believe that old Mrs Cannybody actually walks past her little rural community Post Office, then waits an age for a bus to arrive in the freezing cold to take her to the out of town hypermarket miles away only to save a few pennies on the letter she is going to post!


No but she will buy stamps when she is out at the supermarket as they are cheaper and means she won't then go to the post office
#40
Evil Twin
No but she will buy stamps when she is out at the supermarket as they are cheaper and means she won't then go to the post office


And what the feck else better does a pentioner have to do?

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