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Daily Mail Holidays £20.00 pp + service charges

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Daily Mail Holidays start to collect passwords from 17.4.17 until 1.5.17. NB the actual cost is per person plus service charges. Entertainment passes may be extra, Usually the Mail offer is easy to Read More
Daily Mail Holidays start to collect passwords from 17.4.17 until 1.5.17. NB the actual cost is per person plus service charges. Entertainment passes may be extra, Usually the Mail offer is easy to
calypso Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago9 Comments
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Anyone booked Butlins this year? Looking at £200 including the passes at £25 each now?!! Eek!! We used to always remove passes as we barely used the entertainment anyway, but last time we went they were checking, and the kids would want to use the pool this time - I think it was different coloured room cards or something, can anyone confirm?
Today's code is SAND.
People follow like sheep on here go buy the sun instead for your cheap holidays as that's a good paper oO
wayners
Why cold. Brilliant deal. October 20th is possible to fit in with school. Done last 3 years and had sun. Don't need to buy paper. Codes here http://www.myholidayguru.co.uk/specials/daily-mail-holidays-2017
Thank you people have been voting cold due to their dislike of the mail. I had one comment removed.
Why cold. Brilliant deal. October 20th is possible to fit in with school. Done last 3 years and had sun. Don't need to buy paper. Codes here http://www.myholidayguru.co.uk/specials/daily-mail-holidays-2017
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FREE British Trees & Wild Flowers wallchart, inside The Mail on Sunday £1.70

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FREE inside every copy of The Mail on Sunday, you will get a superb giant British Trees and Wild Flowers wallchart, in association with the Woodland Trust. Identify, discover and learn everything you… Read More
FREE inside every copy of The Mail on Sunday, you will get a superb giant British Trees and Wild Flowers wallchart, in association with the Woodland Trust. Identify, discover and learn everything you…
adrian1966f Avatar1m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago10 Comments
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cibarious
Not wanting to turn this into a slanging match, this is the last thing I will post on the subject.
The Press Industry itself, leaving aside the number of awards the Mail group gets for its journalism, suggests that folk like yourselves are in the minority. If their online and print figures are accurate, it suggests that the majority of people in this country are, to use your words, right-wing and anti-immigrant; why else would they read any of the Mail newspapers??http://www.pressgazette.co.uk/abc-figures-national-press-sees-june-brexit-vote-boost-in-print-and-online/

Popularity is indicative of popularity, nothing else.
t doesn't equate to decent standards of honesty (and the Mail is dishonest) or just standards of decency.
It appeals to people by reporting trashy celebrity news (and making some up when it has none to report) and playing on their fears (whether that's fear of cancer on their appallingly inaccurate health pages which are notorious among scientists or fear of immigrants and anybody 'other' in their op-eds and the way they slant the news).

I'm well aware of its sales figures. That doesn't mean it's good or that its reporting is accurate (I admit they have done some good reporting, but you can't rely on the contents of The Mail being true).
Not wanting to turn this into a slanging match, this is the last thing I will post on the subject.

The Press Industry itself, leaving aside the number of awards the Mail group gets for its journalism, suggests that folk like yourselves are in the minority. If their online and print figures are accurate, it suggests that the majority of people in this country are, to use your words, right-wing and anti-immigrant; why else would they read any of the Mail newspapers??

http://www.pressgazette.co.uk/abc-figures-national-press-sees-june-brexit-vote-boost-in-print-and-online/

Edited By: cibarious on Feb 26, 2017 21:12
It's nothing to do with political neutrality or bias, it's about honesty, humanity and fairness. The Mail has none of those.
cibarious
Perhaps you would care to share your newspaper source that's unbiased and politic neutral and then I'll be as wise as all of you?

All newspapers take a political stance. I have no issue with that. However, The Mail frequently disregards the truth and misrepresents fiction & opinion as if they're journalism.
Perhaps you would care to share your newspaper source that's unbiased and politic neutral and then I'll be as wise as all of you?
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Free Winnie The Pooh Book in The Mail on Sunday (19/02) £1.70

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Inside every copy of this weekend’s The Mail on Sunday, you will receive a free glossy 24-page Winnie-the-Pooh classic storybook by A.A. Milne. Join Pooh and the rest of the gang in The Wrong Bees Read More
Inside every copy of this weekend’s The Mail on Sunday, you will receive a free glossy 24-page Winnie-the-Pooh classic storybook by A.A. Milne. Join Pooh and the rest of the gang in The Wrong Bees
pltji14 Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago4 Comments
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Sherlock1
What free winnie the pooh book. Another packaging blunder no doubt. Grandchildren shattered!
The Mail lies about everything else - why wouldn't it lie about its alleged freebies?
What free winnie the pooh book. Another packaging blunder no doubt. Grandchildren shattered!
Newbold
"Oh not more foreigners", said Winnie the Pooh.
"And I hate all those lazy workshy benefit claimants too. They're damaging our wonderful Royal Family. And they're sponging off the NHS too. Likewise lesbians and chavs. Still, there's always the good old Daily Mail. reliable, trustworthy, honest as the day is long. Thank God for the Daily Mail"
said Pooh.http://www.qwghlm.co.uk/toys/dailymail/

There's a Winnie The Pooh story by A.A.Milne where Kanga moves to the 100 Acre Wood. The others decide they don't like incomers so they all get together and abduct her baby in an attempt to frighten her away. I'm sure it appeals to the average Mail reader.
"Oh not more foreigners", said Winnie the Pooh.

"And I hate all those lazy workshy benefit claimants too. They're damaging our wonderful Royal Family. And they're sponging off the NHS too. Likewise lesbians and chavs. Still, there's always the good old Daily Mail. reliable, trustworthy, honest as the day is long. Thank God for the Daily Mail"

said Pooh.


http://www.qwghlm.co.uk/toys/dailymail/
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UK and European holidays from £15.00 pp (Daily Mail)

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Amazing Daily Mail holidays from £15pp* are back. The offer starts on Saturday 31st December. It's now even easier to take part: Collect five different passwords from the Daily Mail and the Mail… Read More
Amazing Daily Mail holidays from £15pp* are back. The offer starts on Saturday 31st December. It's now even easier to take part: Collect five different passwords from the Daily Mail and the Mail…
bitm2007 Avatar4m, 3d agoFound 4 months, 3 days ago58 Comments
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Brown_Rolf
I note that when trying to book a European holiday they've rigged the checkout process so you can't pay unless you pay the £15 "equipment damage waiver guarantee" even though the T&Cs clearly state it's optional.
Basically they've disabled the opt-out tick box so there's no way of going to checkout without it adding on the £15.
They're starting to push their luck a bit with all these compulsory extra fees, especially when they're not mentioned in the T&Cs of the promotion.
This must be a website error - I've tried myself. I've emailed them about this specific issue - I'll post any response.
Wombatwilson
Father Christmas
My £15 break will end up costing £173. !! Service charges, passes etc but at least they are upfront and gave plenty warning about extra costs. This is in Easter school hols, 4 nights at a Haven.
Mine was over £200 but as it is easter hols it was gonna be double that at haven.
Yeah, we also went for comfort plus which supposedly has heating in the bedrooms. Still good price compared to haven direct.
I note that when trying to book a European holiday they've rigged the checkout process so you can't pay unless you pay the £15 "equipment damage waiver guarantee" even though the T&Cs clearly state it's optional.

Basically they've disabled the opt-out tick box so there's no way of going to checkout without it adding on the £15.

They're starting to push their luck a bit with all these compulsory extra fees, especially when they're not mentioned in the T&Cs of the promotion.
tissues77
not working for me, could someone please pm me 6 working codes for breakfreeholidays. Thanks.

It sounds like you are trying to enter the codes in the wrong Breakfree promotions website. The 5 codes on here are for the Daily Mail booking site (see link below), it's the Local Newpaper booking site that required 6 codes (the first of which was only printed in yesterdays newspaper) !

Daily Mail European Holidays



Edited By: bitm2007 on Jan 06, 2017 10:39: Link Change
not working for me, could someone please pm me 6 working codes for breakfreeholidays. Thanks.
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Pack of White LED Christmas Tree lights £1.00 at Wilko with Daily Mail

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They are battery operated, 2xAA batteries included. Here is item http://www.wilko.com/battery-operated-christmas-lights/wilko-christmas-lights-white-led-battery-operated-set-of-20/invt/0246428 Reme… Read More
They are battery operated, 2xAA batteries included. Here is item http://www.wilko.com/battery-operated-christmas-lights/wilko-christmas-lights-white-led-battery-operated-set-of-20/invt/0246428 Reme…
davidian84 Avatar5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago6 Comments
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You have to buy the sodding paper to get the lights.
biggrub
Buy the Daily Mail? The lies paper is not fit to wipe a sewer rat's **** with.

If you wiped your a*se with the Daily Mail, more s*it would actually come off the paper.
Who thought a string of fairy lights could get so political.

You could always save yourself the cost of buying the Mail and head to your nearest Pound shop and buy an identical string for £1........only saying.
davidian84
I think you misunderstood the post. Its about christmas lights not content of paper.

But please let us know all your political views because everyone wants to know them.


yes but the celebration of Christmas or anything Christian surely us a complete anathema for the readers of this bile ridden misanthropic political rag and the lies printed within.

Any Christian surely would head elsewhere for their supplies?
I think you misunderstood the post. Its about christmas lights not content of paper.

But please let us know all your political views because everyone wants to know them.
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free advent calender with daily mail £1.70

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Pick up from tesco express today Read More
Pick up from tesco express today
kathrynt Avatar5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago12 Comments
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only have to sell your soul
Much as I like free stuff and advent calendars, I could never stoop so low as to buy the hate-filled Daily Mail.

One for the UKIP supporters and their ilk.
didums
Now we all know for a fact.... it only prints the truth... the whole truth and nothing but the truth...
though some may have to lean sidewards abit more... to appreciate this with the Mails rich full and illuminating daily craaaappppp ;)
pookypony
Malteaser and Mars calendars are half price at a £1 at the mo so just cheaper to buy the calendar unless you want the paper for loo roll ;)
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This weekend get your giant, glossy RSPB garden birds wallchart, FREE inside The Mail on Sunday. £1.70

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Inside every copy of this Sunday’s paper, we're giving away an A1 sized, double-sided wallchart with all your favourite garden birds on one side from the Magpie to the Collared Dove and birds of prey Read More
Inside every copy of this Sunday’s paper, we're giving away an A1 sized, double-sided wallchart with all your favourite garden birds on one side from the Magpie to the Collared Dove and birds of prey
mm9000 Avatar5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago10 Comments
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Mmmmm
Tasty, tasty racism!
And free toilet paper too...
Would never give a penny to support the daily mail. A disgusting rag.
pete_l
Hmmm, a double sided wallchart. That's useful.

People who live in glass houses s̶h̶o̶u̶l̶d̶n̶'̶t̶ ̶t̶h̶r̶o̶w̶ ̶s̶t̶o̶n̶e̶s̶ will love this.
Product looks very good.
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You Magazine Beauty Advent Calendar worth £270 for £54.95 Daily Mail

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TERMS *Available to YOU Beauty Box subscribers and non-subscribers alike, while stocks last. P&P will be charged at £4.95 for non-subscribers, free P&P to all YOU Beauty Box subscribers. Shades and… Read More
TERMS *Available to YOU Beauty Box subscribers and non-subscribers alike, while stocks last. P&P will be charged at £4.95 for non-subscribers, free P&P to all YOU Beauty Box subscribers. Shades and…
square72 Avatar5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago9 Comments
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BIGD99
I have been temped to sign up to the monthly box as the products are supposed to be great quality.
Same discount code when you go on you beauty box website, so not really a special offer from this paper. Anything coming fromt this paper is not going to fair well on here.
I agree about it not being popular due to the Daily Mail but I still think that £54.95 for £270 worth is a bargain IMHO no matter where it comes from.
Each to their own though and I expect it to get ice cold but could help some people that want a premium advent calendar that is a bargain.
Sorry - that 'worth £270' claim is just a load of nonsense put out by the Mail and its associated companies. It's difficult to see how it's even worth the £54.95 they're charging for it, but it's certainly not worth any more than that.

The Mail relies on the gullibility and stupidity of its readers to sell the paper, and once it's sold it to them they believe all the nonsense it prints - including the fake offers like this one. That's probably the main reason it's gone so cold - it's a rip-off 'deal'. Like the one they ran a couple of weeks back when they promised 'free' large jars of Marmite that didn't actually exist.
myohmysweet
Typical replies, oh! To be enlightened and righteous and where anyone who has an opposite opinion is a Nazi.
Rather like anyone having the other opposite view is a 'Guardian reading Lefty' you mean?

And let's not forget the Daily Mail's support for the Nazis when they were in power!
Some good items in this if you know what you're looking at. Great chance to try new and well established products without paying for the full sized items.
Typical replies, oh! To be enlightened and righteous and where anyone who has an opposite opinion is a Nazi.
Hot from me, as I look at the deal.
BIGD99
I have been temped to sign up to the monthly box as the products are supposed to be great quality.
Same discount code when you go on you beauty box website, so not really a special offer from this paper. Anything coming fromt this paper is not going to fair well on here.
I agree about it not being popular due to the Daily Mail but I still think that £54.95 for £270 worth is a bargain IMHO no matter where it comes from.
Each to their own though and I expect it to get ice cold but could help some people that want a premium advent calendar that is a bargain.
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Free Star Wars X-wing Fighter Lego toy in Saturday's Daily Mail Newspaper

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Free Star Wars X-wing Fighter Lego toy in Saturday's Daily Mail Newspaper. Collect from WH Smiths. Read More
Free Star Wars X-wing Fighter Lego toy in Saturday's Daily Mail Newspaper. Collect from WH Smiths.
jheales Avatar6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago16 Comments
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SVRich
Well, you have to buy the Daily Mail so it costs 90p and a good chunk of your soul.

Now £1 ugggg

luckily i got a lazy attendant and she didnt cross out coupon. Will be back later for my son to get his own
I wonder what some Daily Mail readers will think when they realise this x-wing is the black colour scheme instead of the traditional white one.
Cool a free Xenophobic Wing. Had always wondered what the X stood for.
As the cliched joke goes. You can always buy a copy of Big Jugs magazine to hide your Mail inside, in case you bump into someone you know. :)
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free £5 voucher for House of Fraser with the Daily Mail £0.90

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No minimum spend, £5 to spend at HoF with Saturday's and Sunday's Mail. Can also be used on sale items. I know the Mail isn't popular, but sounds like a cracking deal to me. * It’s that simp… Read More
No minimum spend, £5 to spend at HoF with Saturday's and Sunday's Mail. Can also be used on sale items. I know the Mail isn't popular, but sounds like a cracking deal to me. * It’s that simp…
juggler1 Avatar7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago20 Comments
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Won't buy vile propaganda just for a discount. Screw the tax dodging propaganda rag. Therefore not a deal in my opinion. Soul not worth 90p. X)

I'm alright Jack. ;)


Edited By: theTrueFocus11 on Sep 25, 2016 22:31: .
For anybody that wants it (Without buying the newspaper) the code is 5OFF30
do i have to spend 30 pounds to get the fiver off online
Babbler
Said minimum 30 spend on the paper email.


No minimum spend instore, £30 spend when shopping online:


* It’s that simple, just cut your voucher from the paper and take it in-store to save £5 on your next visit. There's no minimum spend and it's even valid on sale items. If you prefer to shop online, you can also save £5 when you spend £30 or more*.
Said minimum 30 spend on the paper email.
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£5 off a £35 Spend Voucher on Food and Flowers at M & S in The Mail - Sat 27th Aug (90p) - Sun 28th Aug (£1.70) - Mon 29th Aug (65p) Voucher valid 'till Wed Aug 31st - No need to purchase the Mail when using self scan tills - See deal details

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There's a £5 off £35 spend on food & flowers at M & S voucher in the Daily Mail on Sat (90p) and Monday (65p). The voucher is also in The Mail on Sunday (£1.70) The voucher is valid 'till Wednesd… Read More
There's a £5 off £35 spend on food & flowers at M & S voucher in the Daily Mail on Sat (90p) and Monday (65p). The voucher is also in The Mail on Sunday (£1.70) The voucher is valid 'till Wednesd…
jimmybo Avatar8m, 18h agoFound 8 months, 18 hours ago14 Comments
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Can anyone confirm if the £5 off £35 is before other discounts or is the final total.
thanks OP!
rachelgreat
I wonder would this work with the £10 meal deal ie take the discount off full price items ??
IT certainly used to.
I wonder would this work with the £10 meal deal ie take the discount off full price items ??
Like the idea of not having to buy their awful rag to get the offer!
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AA Road Atlas Great Britain - A4 size 2017 Edition - Inside Daily Mail Saturday (90p)

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Free inside Saturday’s Daily Mail, every reader will get a brand new 2017 edition Road Atlas. This 32-page A4 guide from the market leaders in UK atlases covers all of England, Scotland and Wales. Read More
Free inside Saturday’s Daily Mail, every reader will get a brand new 2017 edition Road Atlas. This 32-page A4 guide from the market leaders in UK atlases covers all of England, Scotland and Wales.
jimmybo Avatar8m, 3w agoFound 8 months, 3 weeks ago29 Comments
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These things are great for starting in-car holiday journey arguments with the other half
Got mine, will live in the glove compartment until the need arises to look at it. If the need doesn't arise until next year when it'll be replaced by the next edition, then I'll have to resign myself to living the rest of my life 80p worse off.
Worthless piece of paper. Only motorway and some A roads. Nothing that you couldn't just use those huge sign posts for...
leitchyleck
just bought this, not for news but for tv guide and the free map, worth it? NO, it's paper, no lamination, hard to read and not up to date.
People get conned into buying this by the Mail every year. Every year it's posted on HUKD, and every year people realise it's a totally useless atlas which serves no purpose whatever.

Think about it. 9 miles to an inch. That's the distance from Dulwich to Hampstead, right across London from the south to the north in just one inch - what possible use is that to anyone using anything that isn't actually flying?
just bought this, not for news but for tv guide and the free map, worth it? NO, it's paper, no lamination, hard to read and not up to date.
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£10 off £30 spend at no7 in boots with 90p daily mail

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in todays mail
kathrynt Avatar9m, 2w agoFound 9 months, 2 weeks ago10 Comments
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You can get this deal online too with promo code NO7SAVETEN
Thank you - nice deal. When are people going to realise that this is supposed to be about money saving and leave the politics out of it!!!
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Free A2 Milk 1L with dailymail coupon - £1.39 off with the coupon

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Available at Tesco, Sainsbury, Waitrose and Morrisons. Read More
Available at Tesco, Sainsbury, Waitrose and Morrisons.
ssgczc Avatar9m, 3w agoFound 9 months, 3 weeks ago2 Comments
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Have a large Waitrose near me but they don't seem to stock this. Shame.
Thanks for that. I just printed it and will go buy it later today. Nice find.
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Instant Barbecue (Worth £1.80) Voucher with Saturday's Daily Mail (90p) - Redeem at Wilko

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Works out at half price - after the newspaper purchase -which could roll up to be free additional charcoal (depending on your view) This fuss-free disposable BBQ is easy to light, cooks for up to Read More
Works out at half price - after the newspaper purchase -which could roll up to be free additional charcoal (depending on your view) This fuss-free disposable BBQ is easy to light, cooks for up to
jimmybo Avatar10m, 1w agoFound 10 months, 1 week ago6 Comments
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Good price if it's what you need. I've used a lot of these over the years and usually got the cheap pound shop ones. Agreed they are absolute pants and only good for the light chicken wings or so, tried burgers on them and they take ages. Did like the convenience of no cleaning afterwards though. I've now invested in a proper oil drum BBQ and wouldn't go back! Shame I stocked up on loads of the pound shop ones but I can always use the charcoal from them. I would have thought the Wilko ones would be of slight better quality than the pound ones though.
All instant barbecues are absolute dog-hsit!

You need a SS grill to prevent food from simply sticking to it & disintegrating. Dont bother when you can get a reusable tripod BBQ for under a fiver or a kettle BBQ for under £15.
Have you used the pound shop ones? Pants absolutely PANTs! Think this is a good deal. Thanx Op
jimmybo
woldranger
Seem plenty at one of the pound shops without having to lower yourself by buying that rag

But it includes free additional charcoal! ;)


Tp?
woldranger
Seem plenty at one of the pound shops without having to lower yourself by buying that rag

But it includes free additional charcoal! ;)
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Euro 2016 wall chart (PDF) @ Daily Mail

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Print your European Championship guide. Simply download the two PDF links to get both sides of the wall chart. And enjoy the tournament. Read More
Print your European Championship guide. Simply download the two PDF links to get both sides of the wall chart. And enjoy the tournament.
ssc1 Avatar10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago8 Comments
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Shame you have to buy a copy of the Mail to get the wallchart....I suppose I can use the newspaper to pick up my dogs poo poos.

PDF in the title, 'Print your European Championship guide' & 'Simply download the two PDF links' in the description. How did you miss those? oO

Did seeing the words 'Daily Mail' send you into some sort of meltdown?
Daily Mail and the Euro's?

They'll have tippexed out anything not in the UK.
clashpie
Shame you have to buy a copy of the Mail to get the wallchart....I suppose I can use the newspaper to pick up my dogs poo poos.


I'd be concerned about leaving more than I'd pick up...may end up with a £1000 fine.
The one in today's Metro will serve just as well - and actually be a freebie.
clashpie
Shame you have to buy a copy of the Mail to get the wallchart....I suppose I can use the newspaper to pick up my dogs poo poos.
Or you could print your own like this thread is suggesting. oO

Valid point indeed....sadly my printer is playing up tho...will just give the whole thing a miss...for now.
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buy The Mail on Sunday and get freebie water jug at robert dyas (£1.00)

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Drink more water with this fantastic freebie! Only with The Mail on Sunday this weekend, get a FREE Aqua Optima Compact Water Filter Jug. Stay hydrated this summer with better-tasting filtered water… Read More
Drink more water with this fantastic freebie! Only with The Mail on Sunday this weekend, get a FREE Aqua Optima Compact Water Filter Jug. Stay hydrated this summer with better-tasting filtered water…
r40 Avatar11m, 1w agoFound 11 months, 1 week ago35 Comments
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markjean
I am fairly sanguine about other people's views, but I must say The Mail is a nasty paper. Full of little Englander prejudices, and plain misogyny. Didn't one of their top writers poke fun at Andrew Marr's post stroke disability last week?
Yes Quentin Letts was the man responsible for writing it, but did no-one read it before it was included for publication so someone else in the Mail thought this was acceptable
Jan Moir also has history of writing vile things

How do you know?
Ahh, penny dropped! You secretly read it. Saddos. Apologists everywhere today.
Bet you're all remainians? Dopey wet-behind-ears, no experience of life, think they know it all, but in reality know sweet FA.

No because it was covered on both the BBC News and The Guardian website
There was a surprisingly good bit by Frankie Boyle I saw recently where he was saying that people came to his show and were offended by things he was saying...it's all subjective as to who gets offended by what, and here's a simple solution - if you don't like a certain newspaper, don't read it! It never ceases to amaze me how many people try to shove their own opinions down as though they're fact.

It's all subjective. Just accept that some people read this paper, some don't; and move on. Some people find it a morally poor paper, some are happy to take the freebies (and hey, maybe even read the paper) and leave it at that.

What seems to have happened where people now suddenly think their own opinion is fact?!
bellboys
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bellboys
Some really silly comments and ALL from posters who seemingly couldn't post a deal if their life depended on it (not one deal posted between the first 2 negative respondees) You seriously couldn't make it up. The jug is worth about 6 quid and the paper sells for 1.60. It's a bargain. End of.
morals son. morals. if you had to be racist for a day, in order to earn £100, would you do it? surely a bargain but ...
Deals, son, deals. Post some. At least one, why don't you? What are you frightened of, posters like you replying negatively? :p

feedback son, feedback. try earning some
jnigel26
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bellboys
Some really silly comments and ALL from posters who seemingly couldn't post a deal if their life depended on it (not one deal posted between the first 2 negative respondees) You seriously couldn't make it up. The jug is worth about 6 quid and the paper sells for 1.60. It's a bargain. End of.
You're willing to buy an historically fascist newspaper in order to save £4.40, and then try and take the moral high ground. Now that's something you seriously couldn't make up.
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ha ha ha what a f **** you are. Historically fascist... how f old are you? I'd stay on at school if I were you. This is about hot deals not about when its time for you to come out from under your stone!
If op had gone to Waitrose (wait a mo, bet you wouldn't be seen dead in there either, you know... it for snobs! F. ****!) he could have got the Wail for free by spending £8.40 on other shopping. The Jug is actually quite good, even got a 3 quid off filters, and a 15 quid off voucher for bank hol.
Yeah, I'm an idiot, so daft I got a paper free I don't really want, I cut my token out and got a free jug, as I did the free Lego.
This country is now full of f. saddos like you who doth protest too much, offended by everything under the sun (do you read that?). Apologists every f where today. If you don't like a newspaper, don't mention it. Simples! In any case, how do you know it's that bad... do you believe what you hear from other Wail haters, or I bet like lots of Wail haters you secretly **** read it don't you? HTF else would you and other Wail haters know what was in it?
Go back under your stone and next time please don't bother coming out!
It was simply a good deal. End of. As OP said.
You should have got the jug... you could have poured some ice cold water over your sad head! :p:D
You really should write for them. Your barely suppressed anger shines through.
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Some really silly comments and ALL from posters who seemingly couldn't post a deal if their life depended on it (not one deal posted between the first 2 negative respondees) You seriously couldn't make it up. The jug is worth about 6 quid and the paper sells for 1.60. It's a bargain. End of.
You're willing to buy an historically fascist newspaper in order to save £4.40, and then try and take the moral high ground. Now that's something you seriously couldn't make up.
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ha ha ha what a f **** you are. Historically fascist... how f old are you? I'd stay on at school if I were you. This is about hot deals not about when its time for you to come out from under your stone!
If op had gone to Waitrose (wait a mo, bet you wouldn't be seen dead in there either, you know... it for snobs! F. ****!) he could have got the Wail for free by spending £8.40 on other shopping. The Jug is actually quite good, even got a 3 quid off filters, and a 15 quid off voucher for bank hol.
Yeah, I'm an idiot, so daft I got a paper free I don't really want, I cut my token out and got a free jug, as I did the free Lego.

This country is now full of f. saddos like you who doth protest too much, offended by everything under the sun (do you read that?). Apologists every f where today. If you don't like a newspaper, don't mention it. Simples! In any case, how do you know it's that bad... do you believe what you hear from other Wail haters, or I bet like lots of Wail haters you secretly **** read it don't you? HTF else would you and other Wail haters know what was in it?
Go back under your stone and next time please don't bother coming out!

It was simply a good deal. End of. As OP said.
You should have got the jug... you could have poured some ice cold water over your sad head! :p:D


You seem nice. I'd love to reply to your comment, but as it's just the nonsensical ramblings of a half wit I don't really understand the point you're trying to make. Also "apologists" doesn't mean what you think it means. Have a nice day.
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£5 off when spending £40 at Lidl in Daily Mail

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Yet a printed newspaper is called a copy!
Stop arguing semantics. The reality is that it against the TOS, the store probably won't accept a voucher you've printed out yourself and you run the risk of embarrassment and/or disappointment when trying to use it.
I'm not Jewish why would I be embarrassed to use it?
Would rather spend the extra fiver at Lidl
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The most disgusting piece of s*** ever printed. Disgusting rag that will never ever get a penny of my money, nor should it get any other decent persons money either.

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Yet a printed newspaper is called a copy!
Stop arguing semantics. The reality is that it against the TOS, the store probably won't accept a voucher you've printed out yourself and you run the risk of embarrassment and/or disappointment when trying to use it.

Plus you'll antagonise all the Mail readers in the queue behind you who've paid 65p for a legitimate voucher and have to wait while you repack all your £40 shop into the trolley! X)
biggysilly
Yet a printed newspaper is called a copy!

Stop arguing semantics. The reality is that it against the TOS, the store probably won't accept a voucher you've printed out yourself and you run the risk of embarrassment and/or disappointment when trying to use it.
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Download the voucher from https://www.mymail.co.uk/mycoupons to get a free pot of Collective Dairy yogurt. Valid on 450g or 150g pots and all flavours. 450g large pots priced at £1.50 in Asda, £2 i… Read More
Download the voucher from https://www.mymail.co.uk/mycoupons to get a free pot of Collective Dairy yogurt. Valid on 450g or 150g pots and all flavours. 450g large pots priced at £1.50 in Asda, £2 i…
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noooooooooooooooooooooooo
Says they have run out.
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Free Dove Treat Pack "Worth £5" - Daily Mail (90p) Saturday 2nd April - Voucher redeemable at Tesco - See Deal description for pack contents

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Free pack includes these travel sized treats: Dove Derma Spa Body Lotion (10ml) Dove Original Antiperspirant (35ml) Dove Deeply Nourishing Bodywash (55ml) Dove Men + Care Clean Comfort Bodywash (5…
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90p for a £5 set of Dove, sounds amazing value, but oh wait, you have to buy that right wing bible of bile and hatred known as the Daily Mail, I think I'll pass....:(


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Dove offer. You are lucky to get it. Not available in Penarth (s.wales).
Hi got paper today,daily mail but tesco had run out of gift sets. Manager said to get in touch with doves and the would send me one. Thanks
nothing in Aston either... they said they were gone by 9am...!
Nothing in my tesco at all

daily mail logoStories From Around the World: Daily Mail

The Daily Mail was first published in 1886, it was an immediate commercial success and has continued to grow in popularity and circulation ever since. There is an editorial focus on human interest stories, entertaining features on celebrities and competitions, as well as serious news articles and political commentaries.

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Shoppers can pay for their Mail Shop order using a valid credit or debit card, at present they accept Visa Electron, Solo, Visa, MasterCard and Switch. They will not take the payment until the order has been dispatched to you from their warehouse.

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If you’d prefer Express Delivery, it is available on some orders and in selected areas for an extra £1. Check the Express Delivery tab at the checkout to see if your order and address are eligible.

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  1. Fill in the returns slip and pop it inside the package.
  2. Attach the pre-paid label to your package or take the parcel to a Post Office and buy a new one.
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Whichever option you choose, refunds are issued when the items are received at their warehouse.

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follow their feed on Twitter, chat with other users on Google+, or view their images on Pinterest, and Instagram. They also post videos on YouTube.

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The Daily Mail app focuses on news stories rather than shopping. It can be downloaded from the App Store, at Google Play and from the Windows Store.

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If you need to discuss any aspect of the Daily Mail shop service, or ask a question about their products, you can get in touch with them on 0843 4935000, seven days a week between 8am - 8pm. You can also e-mail them at [email protected], or send a message via their website. If you’d rather write to them direct, the address is:

Daily Mail
PO BOX 87
Unit 6 Ffrwdgrech Industrial Estate
Brecon, LD3 3BE
United Kingdom

If you would prefer to use fax, the number is 0871 9117040. They have an extensive FAQ section, which you can use to find answers if you’d prefer.

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