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Free £5 off Tesco Shopping - inside Mail on Sunday

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Free £5 off Tesco Shopping Cut your family spending with £5 off your shopping at Tesco with this weekend's Mail on Sunday. ** thanks to michelleemoo Buy The Mail on Sunday this weeken…
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Free £5 off Tesco Shopping

Cut your family spending with £5 off your shopping at Tesco with this weekend's Mail on Sunday.
**

thanks to michelleemoo

Buy The Mail on Sunday this weekend, July 25 and you can save £5 off your shopping at Tesco when you spend £40 or more in store!

You will find a coupon inside your Mail on Sunday on July 25 which will give you a £5 saving on your weekly shop and reduce your family spend, or you can take a look at the great range of home and garden offers available at Tesco.

Your coupon will be valid until Sunday August 1, so you have plenty of time to get your £5 off. And don’t forget that double Clubcard points are on across the store – so you get twice as many points just doing your normal shop.**

* 3 for 2 Uniform offer ends Wednesday July 28, 2010. Excludes Value Uniform.
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#1
Brilliant. Thanks Holly
#2
Thanks!
1 Like #3
Hmmm, be wary with this one. Often these vouchers are a dozen or so '50p off toilet roll' and similar money-off coupons for other products.

I doubt it's just £5 off your bill.
#4
whats to be wary of any money off your bill..? stop being a party pooper
#5
Hopefully you won't have to collect 65 tokens like you do for the free radio promotion they are currently running X)
#6
castaway666
whats to be wary of any money off your bill..? stop being a party pooper


I was merely warning people that it probably isn't what they are expecting it to be. I certainly wasn't trying to poop anyone's party.
#7
I was merely warning people that it probably isn't what they are expecting it to be. I certainly wasn't trying to poop anyone's party.

poop removed, my apologies.
#8
No worries. Now let's quit the feudin' and the fussin' and just be friends. :D
#9
I think this was done in the news of the world previously and was a cut out voucher for £5.00 off a £30.00 spend. If its the same, cracking deal for the price of a newspaper will be buying a couple of papers.
#10
TheWeaver
Hmmm, be wary with this one. Often these vouchers are a dozen or so '50p off toilet roll' and similar money-off coupons for other products.

I doubt it's just £5 off your bill.


I have the same thoughts as well.
#11
heat added
#12
Save £5 at Tesco when you spend £40 or more in store!

Buy The Mail on Sunday this weekend, July 25 and you can save £5 off your shopping at Tesco when you spend £40 or more in store!

You will find a coupon inside your Mail on Sunday on July 25 which will give you a £5 saving on your weekly shop and reduce your family spend, or you can take a look at the great range of home and garden offers available at Tesco.

Your coupon will be valid until Sunday August 1, so you have plenty of time to get your £5 off. And don’t forget that double Clubcard points are on across the store – so you get twice as many points just doing your normal shop.**

* 3 for 2 Uniform offer ends Wednesday July 28, 2010. Excludes Value Uniform.


How To Claim

Simply buy The Mail on Sunday on July 25 and you will find your £5 coupon printed inside. Cut out your coupon and present it with your Clubcard to the Tesco checkout operator to receive £5 off when you spend £40 or more up to August 1, 2010.


Terms and Conditions: Offer is subject to availability. Copied or damaged coupons will not be accepted. Only one coupon per transaction. The coupon is and shall remain the property of Tesco Stores Limited and is not for resale or publication. For use in store only. Excludes purchases of infant milk formula, tobacco products, fuel, prescription medicines, saving stamps, lottery, café, E-Top up, opticians, and gift cards. Not redeemable through Tesco Direct. Age restrictions apply and you must be over 18 years to purchase alcohol. Excludes ROI. Usual promotions rules apply.
#13
Not a freebie, but a deal surely? Buy the paper & get...

Hot anyhow.
#14
thanls mmmoo

so i can go and get a bit of shopping buy a microwave/hoover for £35 - next day take it back - get refund - cheers - every little helps
:D
#15
holly100
thanls mmmooso i can go and get a bit of shopping buy a microwave/hoover for £35 - next day take it back - get refund - cheers - every little helps:D

Of course petrol or public transport is free so I can see how this would be worthwhile you doing....
#16
Thanks for this.....
Could this be used together with the Morrison £5 off your shop
that was in the paper last time? eg £10 off yor shop?
#17
Moved to DEALS
banned#18
How much does the MOS cost?
1 Like #19
holly100
thanls mmmoo

so i can go and get a bit of shopping buy a microwave/hoover for £35 - next day take it back - get refund - cheers - every little helps
:D

Ditto Holly. Done this tonnes of times during regular shop. Most of last 12 months have been £5 off £30 - but reach £40 most of the time anyhow. As you've hinted, if your shop is too low, buy a relatively high value electronic item (Hoover, Radio, Sandwich Toaster) and return it shortly after - keeping the £5 profit (and a few Clubcard points!)

To be really picky - you can actually buy the paper from Tesco (I think its a Quid) and use voucher for that spend - so only £39 shopping more to find. The fact I am buying a sh1te paper is offset by the fact that I know I am getting a little back for it with this method (as well as a good supply of car window cleaning kit!)

Edited By: hussaifa on Jul 23, 2010 01:35: Typo
#20
hussaifa
holly100
thanls mmmoo

so i can go and get a bit of shopping buy a microwave/hoover for £35 - next day take it back - get refund - cheers - every little helps
:D


Ditto Holly. Done this tonnes of times during regular shop. Most of last 12 months have been £5 off £30 - but reach £40 most of the time anyhow. As you've hinted, if your shop is too low, buy a relatively high value electronic item (Hoover, Radio, Sandwich Toaster) and return it shortly after - keeping the £5 profit (and a few Clubcard points!)

To be really picky - you can actually buy the paper from Tesco (I think its a Quid) and use voucher for that spend - so only £39 shopping more to find. The fact I am buying a sh1te paper is offset by the fact that I know I am getting a little back for it with this method (as well as a good supply of car window cleaning kit!)

Edited By: hussaifa on Jul 23, 2010 01:35: Typo


You do realise that is fraud?! And that the rest of us end up having to subsidise people like you with higher prices instore.
#21
first tesco voucher in 2 years
'ave some 'eat

Edited By: MajorCockUp on Jul 23, 2010 07:15: (forgot to get silly on this one)
#22
great i have a £5 off £50 voucher tesco sent me a £4 pound off £20 sainsburys sent me which tesco said i can use in there stores so £14 off my shopping:p
#23
badgerrules
great i have a £5 off £50 voucher tesco sent me a £4 pound off £20 sainsburys sent me which tesco said i can use in there stores so £14 off my shopping:p

I always get vouchers for Sainsburys. Is it nationwide that you use them in Tescos??
#24
sickly sweet
hussaifa
[quote=holly100]


Edited By: hussaifa on Jul 23, 2010 01:35: Typo


You do realise that is fraud?! And that the rest of us end up having to subsidise people like you with higher prices instore.


before knocking me of playing the system - accuse tesco of defrauding millions of customers a week by overcharging on items (only 1 out of 10 check receipts)

bullying staff - i have got a few people their jobs back because of this

also tesco buying land and keeping it derelict for years so competitors cant get in

paying pennies to kenyan farmers for the gross salad in bags they sell - also taking 2 thirds of fresh water thats available

forcing people out of their 10 year old houses (with the help of thieiving government ministers) because they wanted to build another store

etc etc

conclusion - i ****ing abhor tesco so if i can take off them - without (technically) breaking the law - i will
#25
holly100
sickly sweet
hussaifa
[quote=holly100]


Edited By: hussaifa on Jul 23, 2010 01:35: Typo


You do realise that is fraud?! And that the rest of us end up having to subsidise people like you with higher prices instore.


before knocking me of playing the system - accuse tesco of defrauding millions of customers a week by overcharging on items (only 1 out of 10 check receipts)

bullying staff - i have got a few people their jobs back because of this

also tesco buying land and keeping it derelict for years so competitors cant get in

paying pennies to kenyan farmers for the gross salad in bags they sell - also taking 2 thirds of fresh water thats available

forcing people out of their 10 year old houses (with the help of thieiving government ministers) because they wanted to build another store

etc etc

conclusion - i ****ing abhor tesco so if i can take off them - without (technically) breaking the law - i will


Another irrelevant post.

This thread is about a £5 money off voucher.

You don't need to justify your shopping behaviour, so just get off your soapbox!
Start your own thread and see how many people want to join in your rant. I'm bored already.
#26
uzubairu
[quote=holly100] [quote=sickly sweet] [quote=hussaifa] [quote=holly100]


Another irrelevant post.

This thread is about a £5 money off voucher.

You don't need to justify your shopping behaviour, so just get off your soapbox!
Start your own thread and see how many people want to join in your rant. I'm bored already.


read this properly before you make irrelevant comments - it is my post

:D:D:D
#27
Great! Thanks OP :)
#28
Sure beats the Swastikas the Mail usually hands out
#29
alisonhockey34
badgerrules
great i have a £5 off £50 voucher tesco sent me a £4 pound off £20 sainsburys sent me which tesco said i can use in there stores so £14 off my shopping:p
I always get vouchers for Sainsburys. Is it nationwide that you use them in Tescos??

Well i have tried them in 2 stores and used them no problem. I even asked at customer service and they said they will accept any coupon from major supermarkets so long as you spend the minimum amount. If you are unsure just ask at customer services. They would much rather you spent your money in tesco than defect to sainsburys.
#30
Anyone know if the voucher can be used online?
#31
Shadows1990
Anyone know if the voucher can be used online?

It's for instore use only

You also need to allow for the cost of buying the newspaper if you're only buying it for the voucher,I think it costs £1.50 so it's really only a saving of £3.50,not £5,but at least your saving something
#32
grabbit
Shadows1990
Anyone know if the voucher can be used online?


It's for instore use only

You also need to allow for the cost of buying the newspaper if you're only buying it for the voucher,I think it costs £1.50 so it's really only a saving of £3.50,not £5,but at least your saving something


Thanks for the the info grabbit :)
#33
Has any got this voucher today.. what is the minumum spend?

Edit : Ok, now found it... it is £40 minimum spend

Edited By: raj75 on Jul 25, 2010 10:54:
#34
About to go out and get one now. I like the Mail on Sunday, it's a quality paper (despite what the Guardianistas think) and has the best comprehensive TV guide out there too. A £5 Tesco's voucher makes it a cert for me today.



Edited By: xenophon on Jul 25, 2010 12:58: Actually it's the Saturday issue that has the best TV guide around.
#35
badgerrules
alisonhockey34
badgerrules
great i have a £5 off £50 voucher tesco sent me a £4 pound off £20 sainsburys sent me which tesco said i can use in there stores so £14 off my shopping:p
I always get vouchers for Sainsburys. Is it nationwide that you use them in Tescos??
Well i have tried them in 2 stores and used them no problem. I even asked at customer service and they said they will accept any coupon from major supermarkets so long as you spend the minimum amount. If you are unsure just ask at customer services. They would much rather you spent your money in tesco than defect to sainsburys.

Thanks for that. Was going to ask when I went in on Saturday, but as I got out of the car spotted 2 MAHOOSIVE signs saying "We accept Morrisons Vouchers" & "We accept Sainsburys Vouchers". Excellent! :)

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