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£1 for 4 pint in most of the supermarkets, now you can get £1 cash back if you upload the Receipt to Click Snap.

link:
https://www.quidco.com/clicksnap/details/2392/free-tesco-own-brand-fresh-milk-4-pint/?ref=%2Fclicksnap%2Foffers%2Fall%2F

Update:
The deal not expired yet, as clicksnap extended, and i believe ppl who claimed the previous one, will be able claim another one. as i just received another 1 pound.
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#1
Cant see it
#2
http://s21.postimg.org/l6qkivz0j/milk.jpg
#3
I don't have it either.
#4
Nor me.
2 Likes #5
Shopitize are also offering £1 for a purchase of 4 pts of whole milk. Could double snap the receipt ;)
£1 profit x
#6
Not on my quidco or shopitize app
#7
It appears on my PC but not the app
#8
Not on mine
#9
It's showing on my Checkoutsmart app.
#10
Not on mine
#11
Not on my pc or on the android app
#12
Not on my Clicksnap Tesco options. I can see it when I paste the OP's URL for the offer (for 17th-23th June) but when I go to Upload receipt and you select the offer you want to claim, the Milk offer is not in the list. Perhaps Quidco have forgotten to add it to their main Clicksnap page?
No heat from me just yet

Edited By: achung01 on Jun 19, 2014 09:16
#13
achung01
Not on my Clicksnap Tesco options. I can see it when I paste the OP's URL for the offer (for 17th-23th June) but when I go to Upload receipt and you select the offer you want to claim, the Milk offer is not in the list. Perhaps Quidco have forgotten to add it to their main Clicksnap page?
No heat from me just yet
me too
#14
Not on mine either :(
#15
Not on mine either.
#16
It's showing on my Clicksnap app, thanks OP!
[helper]#17
Is this account specific as not on my Quidco ClickSnap either
banned#18
account specific so should be cold then.
#19
My ClickSnap Quidco says Tesco only. V annoying, as I bought one at Asda yesterday!
#20
pasteurised and homogenised rubbish. spend a little bit more for organic
#21
on mine for tesco
#22
Doesn't the ClickSnap app work on a one-product-once-only basis? I've already done a £1 milk from Asda and now there's no milk £ from any store. Does that make sense?
1 Like #23
deadduck_145
pasteurised and homogenised rubbish. spend a little bit more for organic

Looking at the terms of the offer, it seems that Tesco's own brand organic milk is included. Also, 'organic' doesn't mean non-pasteurised/homogenised - the difference lies in whether the cows graze on organically certified pasture, and what drugs and hormones they're given, as far as I know.

Edited By: finknottle on Jun 19, 2014 11:15
#24
Can you do get these deal when shopping online or is it just eligible for instore purchases
#25
finknottle
deadduck_145
pasteurised and homogenised rubbish. spend a little bit more for organic

Looking at the terms of the offer, it seems that Tesco's own brand organic milk is included. Also, 'organic' doesn't mean non-pasteurised/homogenised - the difference lies in whether the cows graze on organically certified pasture, and what drugs and hormones they're given, as far as I know.

yes but with non organic there have generally had hormones added in order to produce more milk, and with the homogenisation it alters the molecules so that the hormones are then bypassed digestion and end up in the bloodstream.

Edited By: deadduck_145 on Jun 19, 2014 12:09
#26
Not on mine, but I'm getting 3 free Taste Inc burgers/hot dogs etc at Morrisons!
#27
deadduck_145
finknottle
deadduck_145
pasteurised and homogenised rubbish. spend a little bit more for organic

Looking at the terms of the offer, it seems that Tesco's own brand organic milk is included. Also, 'organic' doesn't mean non-pasteurised/homogenised - the difference lies in whether the cows graze on organically certified pasture, and what drugs and hormones they're given, as far as I know.

yes but with non organic there have generally had hormones added in order to produce more milk, and with the homogenisation it alters the molecules so that the hormones are then bypassed digestion and end up in the bloodstream.

Almost right, organic is still pasteurized and homogenized as you say but there are no added hormones in the whole of the eu as its illegal. Antibiotics are not allowed routinely but are given to sick animals however routine dairy antibiotics aren't too common afaik. You're probably thinking of the US as they have very different standards such as allowing the use of growth hormones.

You really need to look up the process of homogenization because that does not affect things the way you say it does. How do you think the contraceptive pill works?
#28
Not on mine either
#29
5+ Means it lasts minimum of 5 days right? Looking at other stuff on the site that lasts 2+ days, just doesn't sound right.
#30
Sapphiraez
5+ Means it lasts minimum of 5 days right? Looking at other stuff on the site that lasts 2+ days, just doesn't sound right.

It means when you get it the Use By date will be at least 5 days away. Once opened the usual 3 or so days will apply unless its cravendale or something. :)
#31
I can't see this on click snap???
#32
handywork
Can you do get these deal when shopping online or is it just eligible for instore purchases
Instore only
#33
The deal not expired yet, as clicksnap extended, and i believe ppl who claimed the previous one, will be able claim another one. as i just received another 1 pound.
#34
deadduck_145
finknottle
deadduck_145
pasteurised and homogenised rubbish. spend a little bit more for organic

Looking at the terms of the offer, it seems that Tesco's own brand organic milk is included. Also, 'organic' doesn't mean non-pasteurised/homogenised - the difference lies in whether the cows graze on organically certified pasture, and what drugs and hormones they're given, as far as I know.

yes but with non organic there have generally had hormones added in order to produce more milk, and with the homogenisation it alters the molecules so that the hormones are then bypassed digestion and end up in the bloodstream.

Oh dear your really don't know what you're talking about do you.........................................?
#35
Shame .
not on my app too
#36
Not on mine either :(
banned#37
naomihughes80
Not on mine
me too
1 Like #38
Cold. Tesco murder a dairy farmer in the uk every other day. Fact. Look it up.
#39
Not on my clicksnap either
banned#40
yrreb88
Sapphiraez
5+ Means it lasts minimum of 5 days right? Looking at other stuff on the site that lasts 2+ days, just doesn't sound right.

It means when you get it the Use By date will be at least 5 days away. Once opened the usual 3 or so days will apply unless its cravendale or something. :)

If it's Cravendale, you need to finish it within the day or the cows will have it back.

*Grabs coat*

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