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Boots Meal Deal Buy 5 get 1 FREE when using Advantage Card

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Accumulate 5 purchases of a boots meal deal and get the 6th purchase free. You have to use an advantage card to participate. Great if you always get your meal deal from boots anyhow. Read More
Tom4646 Avatar
3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago
Accumulate 5 purchases of a boots meal deal and get the 6th purchase free.
You have to use an advantage card to participate.
Great if you always get your meal deal from boots anyhow.
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3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago
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So the quickest and easiest way to do this is you and 5 mates go to boots, 1 advantage card, also go on a Monday buy 5 £1 meal deals on o2 priority one at a time and swipe advantage card - 6th person gets a free meal deal all in 10 minutes work

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1 Like #1
Does this include the o2 meal deal offers? If so that is fantastic
Do you have the T&Cs?

Edited By: NuffinisFree on Jan 04, 2017 10:25
#2
NuffinisFree
Does this include the o2 meal deal offers? If so that is fantastic
It didn't say anything otherwise on the sign, so I presume yes.
#3
NuffinisFree
Does this include the o2 meal deal offers? If so that is fantastic
Do you have the T&Cs?
Basically said what I have posted on the sign with 'Basic Advantage Card T+Cs apply'
#4
5 meals?
1 Like #5
They used to do this, glad it's back. Makes the relative cost about £2.75 per meal.
#6
I noticed the meal deal has gone up 10p to £3.89p in the new year.
#7
unfortunately they didn't know anything about it it my local branch.

I thought previously it told you on the receipt how far along you were to your freebie. but there was nothing mentioning it on my receipt today
#8
must be card specific
#9
daz1969
must be card specific
It did say selected stores but definitely not card specific
#10
NuffinisFree
Does this include the o2 meal deal offers? If so that is fantastic
Do you have the T&Cs?


Why would they give 6 meal deals for £5?
#11
mtuk1
NuffinisFree
Does this include the o2 meal deal offers? If so that is fantastic
Do you have the T&Cs?
Why would they give 6 meal deals for £5?
Giving something back in return for ripping off the NHS via their aggressive tax avoidance? :|
#12
it's buy 5 get one free, not 6 for £5
1 Like #13
Newbold
mtuk1
NuffinisFree
Does this include the o2 meal deal offers? If so that is fantastic
Do you have the T&Cs?
Why would they give 6 meal deals for £5?
Giving something back in return for ripping off the NHS via their aggressive tax avoidance? :|


Really? Care to provide evidence of their "aggressive tax avoidance"? I think you'll find absolutely none. They pay all taxes legally due. Companies have a fiduciary duty to their owners and shareholders to pay the lowest legal amount possible. It certainly isn't "ripping off the NHS". I tell you what's "ripping off the NHS" that's idiotic people going to A&E when they have a runny nose as well as people from overseas using the NHS without ever paying a penny into it.
#14
preid779
it's buy 5 get one free, not 6 for £5


Duh. Read the post again. The person was asking whether you can use the 02 meal deal which gives the meal deal every week for £1 and this offer. So that would be 6 meals for £5.
#15
mtuk1
preid779
it's buy 5 get one free, not 6 for £5
Duh. Read the post again. The person was asking whether you can use the 02 meal deal which gives the meal deal every week for £1 and this offer. So that would be 6 meals for £5.

Thank you for your input mtuk1 however my intention was not to imply that you would get 6 meals for £5 but whether a meal purchased on the o2 promotion would be counted towards the 5 meals.
I thought it would be helpful for people who purchased their lunch on a daily basis to know if they were entitled to a free one on the 6th visit.

Also not all the o2 offers are £1 meal deals, o2 also do a save £1 on a meal deal on a Tuesday.

Thanks OP, i hope my local are participating in this offer :)
1 Like #16
NuffinisFree
mtuk1
preid779
it's buy 5 get one free, not 6 for £5
Duh. Read the post again. The person was asking whether you can use the 02 meal deal which gives the meal deal every week for £1 and this offer. So that would be 6 meals for £5.

Thank you for your input mtuk1 however my intention was not to imply that you would get 6 meals for £5 but whether a meal purchased on the o2 promotion would be counted towards the 5 meals.
I thought it would be helpful for people who purchased their lunch on a daily basis to know if they were entitled to a free one on the 6th visit.

Also not all the o2 offers are £1 meal deals, o2 also do a save £1 on a meal deal on a Tuesday.

Thanks OP, i hope my local are participating in this offer :)


The £1 off a meal deal is also on Wednesday's. Every little helps :)
#17
mtuk1
Newbold
mtuk1
NuffinisFree
Does this include the o2 meal deal offers? If so that is fantastic
Do you have the T&Cs?
Why would they give 6 meal deals for £5?
Giving something back in return for ripping off the NHS via their aggressive tax avoidance? :|
Really? Care to provide evidence of their "aggressive tax avoidance"? I think you'll find absolutely none. They pay all taxes legally due. Companies have a fiduciary duty to their owners and shareholders to pay the lowest legal amount possible. It certainly isn't "ripping off the NHS". I tell you what's "ripping off the NHS" that's idiotic people going to A&E when they have a runny nose as well as people from overseas using the NHS without ever paying a penny into it.
Evidence? Where to start - just Google Boots tax avoidance for all the evidence, but how about these for starters:

http://www.waronwant.org/media/boots-billion-pound-tax-dodge
https://www.theguardian.com/news/2016/apr/13/how-boots-went-rogue

What Boots do may be legal, because they manipulate legal loopholes, but it certainly isn't moral, and it's even less moral in a healthcare company that makes so much of its income from sick people. Sick people who are made even sicker because Boots manages to manipulate its affairs in such a way that it pays far less into the exchequer (and thus the NHS, education, roads, welfare etc) than it would without the deceit, smoke and mirrors that it uses to avoid tax.
#18
Newbold
mtuk1
Newbold
mtuk1
NuffinisFree
Does this include the o2 meal deal offers? If so that is fantastic
Do you have the T&Cs?
Why would they give 6 meal deals for £5?
Giving something back in return for ripping off the NHS via their aggressive tax avoidance? :|
Really? Care to provide evidence of their "aggressive tax avoidance"? I think you'll find absolutely none. They pay all taxes legally due. Companies have a fiduciary duty to their owners and shareholders to pay the lowest legal amount possible. It certainly isn't "ripping off the NHS". I tell you what's "ripping off the NHS" that's idiotic people going to A&E when they have a runny nose as well as people from overseas using the NHS without ever paying a penny into it.
Evidence? Where to start - just Google Boots tax avoidance for all the evidence, but how about these for starters:

http://www.waronwant.org/media/boots-billion-pound-tax-dodge
https://www.theguardian.com/news/2016/apr/13/how-boots-went-rogue

What Boots do may be legal, because they manipulate legal loopholes, but it certainly isn't moral, and it's even less moral in a healthcare company that makes so much of its income from sick people. Sick people who are made even sicker because Boots manages to manipulate its affairs in such a way that it pays far less into the exchequer (and thus the NHS, education, roads, welfare etc) than it would without the deceit, smoke and mirrors that it uses to avoid tax.


And who is responsible for them being allowed to do this? No company is voluntarily going to say "here chancellor, we are going to overpay on our taxes. They'd be failing their fiduciary duty in running their company. You haven't mentioned the government plus overseas governments once. You've also failed to address the points about our citizens and foreign citizens bleeding the NHS dry.
#19
mtuk1
Newbold
mtuk1
Newbold
mtuk1
NuffinisFree
Does this include the o2 meal deal offers? If so that is fantastic
Do you have the T&Cs?
Why would they give 6 meal deals for £5?
Giving something back in return for ripping off the NHS via their aggressive tax avoidance? :|
Really? Care to provide evidence of their "aggressive tax avoidance"? I think you'll find absolutely none. They pay all taxes legally due. Companies have a fiduciary duty to their owners and shareholders to pay the lowest legal amount possible. It certainly isn't "ripping off the NHS". I tell you what's "ripping off the NHS" that's idiotic people going to A&E when they have a runny nose as well as people from overseas using the NHS without ever paying a penny into it.
Evidence? Where to start - just Google Boots tax avoidance for all the evidence, but how about these for starters:http://www.waronwant.org/media/boots-billion-pound-tax-dodgehttps://www.theguardian.com/news/2016/apr/13/how-boots-went-rogue
What Boots do may be legal, because they manipulate legal loopholes, but it certainly isn't moral, and it's even less moral in a healthcare company that makes so much of its income from sick people. Sick people who are made even sicker because Boots manages to manipulate its affairs in such a way that it pays far less into the exchequer (and thus the NHS, education, roads, welfare etc) than it would without the deceit, smoke and mirrors that it uses to avoid tax.
And who is responsible for them being allowed to do this? No company is voluntarily going to say "here chancellor, we are going to overpay on our taxes. They'd be failing their fiduciary duty in running their company. You haven't mentioned the government plus overseas governments once. You've also failed to address the points about our citizens and foreign citizens bleeding the NHS dry.
Most of your comment is completely irrelevant. Boots chooses to exploit loopholes to avoid UK tax by the use of a fictional Swiss base - it doesn't have to do that. The vast majority of companies don't do that. It's the Googles, the Starbucks and the Boots of this world that do it. And they do it because they know that people like you will make excuses for their behaviour. Whether some citizens waste NHS resources has nothing to do with the central point, which is that Boots is bleeding the NHS dry by deliberately avoiding Corporation Tax - and you'll also find, if you look, that it's adopting some pretty tricksy practices when it comes to the safe staffing of its pharmacies.
#20
Back to the subject in hand (this deal) - can anybody confirm that they have seen this deal in writing? I asked the lady in Boots today and she and both of her colleagues knew nothing about it

Edited By: alexc100 on Jan 05, 2017 13:04
#21
After a long renovation, the Boots at Paddington Station reopened recently but now has a really poor lunch selection (although I noticed they have a new range which is not part of the normal deal). I was in the store yesterday and I heard the engineer asked to speak to the manager as the fridge was not at the correct temperature. I decided not to purchase lunch after that.
1 Like #22
they do it every time they increase the cost of the deal, still a good offer
6 Likes #23
So the quickest and easiest way to do this is you and 5 mates go to boots, 1 advantage card, also go on a Monday buy 5 £1 meal deals on o2 priority one at a time and swipe advantage card - 6th person gets a free meal deal all in 10 minutes work
3 Likes #24
lordjordysmith
So the quickest and easiest way to do this is you and 5 mates go to boots, 1 advantage card, also go on a Monday buy 5 £1 meal deals on o2 priority one at a time and swipe advantage card - 6th person gets a free meal deal all in 10 minutes work


Please don't you and your mates do it in front of me. I just want to get my grub and get out! ;)
#25
when does it start from. as I buy 2-3 a week and nothing free yet?
1 Like #26
Nice find op, heat added :)
1 Like #27
brilliant find. will get 5 on Monday at £1 each then a different day when I'm despertar for some free food and a healthy large naked smoothie I'll be set! amazeballs.
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Do I earn Boots points with that? :{
#29
boyaloud
brilliant find. will get 5 on Monday at £1 each then a different day when I'm despertar for some free food and a healthy large naked smoothie I'll be set! amazeballs.


cant buy more than 1 at £1 each
2 Likes #30
boyaloud
brilliant find. will get 5 on Monday at £1 each then a different day when I'm despertar for some free food and a healthy large naked smoothie I'll be set! amazeballs.

Naked smoothies are not healthy....
#31
Any way of knowing when you qualify for the freebie? I'd use it on a day other than Monday if I knew. This was posted a couple of weeks back but I haven't seen anything to suggest it had started, so don't know if I've had any qualifying purchases yet.
#32
LaTerciaReal
Any way of knowing when you qualify for the freebie? I'd use it on a day other than Monday if I knew. This was posted a couple of weeks back but I haven't seen anything to suggest it had started, so don't know if I've had any qualifying purchases yet.


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1 Like #33
So it'll explain on the till receipts according to that. Must admit, I dont think I've noticed anything on the till receipts, and I've definitely bought a boots meal deal since Jan 4th.. Then again, I haven't been looking out for anything.
#34
showed in my account 2 weeks ago and after buying 3 £1 O2 meals (all got added to my card) the offer disappeared last week and didn't show on my card!!!
1 Like #35
meshosa
showed in my account 2 weeks ago and after buying 3 £1 O2 meals (all got added to my card) the offer disappeared last week and didn't show on my card!!!


In your account? On the app?
#36
What is the £1 meal deals i thought they are £3 plus
1 Like #37
raza786
What is the £1 meal deals i thought they are £3 plus


The meal deals are £1 on a Mondays, with the o2 priority app
#38
juggler1
So it'll explain on the till receipts according to that. Must admit, I dont think I've noticed anything on the till receipts, and I've definitely bought a boots meal deal since Jan 4th.. Then again, I haven't been looking out for anything.
Thanks. I checked the receipt on both my purchases and didn't see anything about this offer. Will have a good look this coming Monday.
#39
juggler1
meshosa
showed in my account 2 weeks ago and after buying 3 £1 O2 meals (all got added to my card) the offer disappeared last week and didn't show on my card!!!
In your account? On the app?
Not in tha app but was on the receipt.
#40
Combined with o2 and the 100 bonus boots points they've been doing on the app the last 3 weeks and it could work out as effectively 6 meal deals for £2!

Didn't know about it but will check my receipt carefully on Monday.

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