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Wall's Gingerbread Ice Cream Sandwich 4x100ml - 75p @ Sainsburys

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75p reduced from £3 in my Local, Luton Bramingham. Also 75p in Dunstable Sainsburys. Although not showing on Sainsburys website, so maybe store to store. These things are barely on offer maybe once…
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SweeneyUK
Did u empty the shelf? :D nice find
Don't be silly.

http://image.prntscr.com/image/535b762715ad44b19bd44c5cd8b4dd03.png

I left one box right at the back as a clear reminder to everyone that if you snooze you will indeed lose.
Did u empty the shelf? :D nice find
And welcome on stage.....DIABETES!!
I cant believe they were £3!
These are lovely had them last year
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Twinings English Breakfast x100 Tea Bags at Sainsburys for £2.50 (instore too)

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First Post Twinings English Breakfast x100 Tea Bags available half price i.e 2.50 at Sainsburys. (Twinings Everyday x100 Tea Bags available too)
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100x Teabags for £2.50, that's cheaper than in Soho! Bargain!
I wait for the offers and stock up. Very expensive but excellent cuppa.
Use PG tips if stock is low !!
The best I've tried, I always buy these where possible. Well worth this price.
Like the stronger breakfast teas from Twinings. Price normally ridiculous. Always wait for deals or buy the cheapie Irish makes which are decent for the price
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clearance famous grouse 5cl whisky bottle & glass set £2.25 at sainsbury's

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Spotted at Romford sainsburys, may be national due to left over Christmas stock. Good price just £2.25 for 5cl bottle, famous grouse engraved glass and a couple of chocolates.
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empty shelf when i checked last week at mine - so i expect sold out at most places...
Munsterrfc
Is this nationwide?


​Checked my local, they didn't have these but they had other alcohol gift sets in the reduced section for the same price.
Unfortunately they were just the price tickets and an empty space.
In mine they were a Jagermeister set (2 shot glasses, 2 mini bottles for £2.40) there was something called girl's night? and one other one that was either rum or whisky.

There were no sets in the alcohol section in mine

Edited By: Eldini on Jan 24, 2017 07:58: .
Is this nationwide?
good find op, heat added
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Fairy Platinum Liquid 625ml £1.00 at Sainsbury's

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Currently on offer from £2.00 to £1.50. Combine this with the below coupon for an additional 50p off. This is the big 625ml bottle https://www.supersavvyme.co.uk/offers/coupon
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Furby Connect £30.00 @ Sainsbury's - Stirling

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Great offer. Have been looking for low price.
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These have shot up in price since Christmas for some reason, also many retailers online are out of stock
Got one in Norwich today after contacting customer services online to find stock in my area. Will be a great birthday present for my daughter.
I knew it wouldn't be long until this generation gets knocked down to last generation prices
Others stores may have had them. Only sharing so others could maybe see what their store may have. You are welcome.
Bopshopnick
They only had 2 on the shelves when we got our 1

So this deal is store specific....and there were two left....in Stirling.....and this is a hot deal??? Crazy oO
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TP-Link Smart Wi-Fi Plug (works with Alexa) £20.00 instore @ Sainsbury's

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These are one of the many smart plugs you can use with Alexa, although be aware, NOT with HomeKit and therefore not with Siri. Down from £25 and I can't find them online any cheaper since Argos sold o…
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****! That **** Roger!

You had ONE JOB, Roger! ONE JOB!

No idea why they named that flag after him. He is FAR from jolly!

X)
Hello, I just had my order canceled;
"Dear Rich

Thank you for your interest in Una Technology. Due to a system error, the items you have ordered were incorrectly priced, therefore, I am unable to fulfill this order. I apologise for any inconvenience caused. I will provide a full refund of your payment, this will be done today and should be returned by your PayPal account today.

Regards

Roger Pereira
Una Technology Limited
Tel: 01202 232732
http://www.unatechnology.co.uk


​i was going to. but I thought who ever looked at this deal would be interested and only had a few left. so I thought it may annoy you guys if a fresh post was activated and would only last a hour or so. it seems the item sold out quickly after posting a reply and I glad three people on this thread got first dibs.


thanks! oos most all places so thank you my friend, ordered​
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Lucy the Dog - £17.50 Sainsburys (in-store)

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Just spotted this at Sainsburys Emersons Green (Bristol) on a reduced label. Possibly not national but 2 on the shelf for locals.
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Bought pre xmas for 18.00 ... great toy but hasnt been played with since xmas day as it doesnt listen...work properly.
That's a bargain - for I paid £35 before Christmas. HEAT
we love Lucy, my neices got one for Christmas but we've played with her more than the kids!!!
greens117
Purchased Lucy and Lola for my daughter, it really doesn't work that we'll with all the voice comands imo.

We bought Lucy a few years back. We get her to work ok but it's quite annoying hearing her name all the time!
Purchased Lucy and Lola for my daughter, it really doesn't work that we'll with all the voice comands imo.

Edited By: greens117 on Jan 17, 2017 20:49: grammar
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Robertson's 411g jar of Mincemeat 10p at Sainsbury's Bolton

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The jars have a Best before date of 2019. Found in the baking aisle.
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Hurrah! Got some today! And it was Sainsburys own at 8p
Drats, I was in there today too. Why did I not check Hukd as I shopped?!! Thanks op
Taunton (herons gate) have these along with sainsburys own brand mince meat at 8p
Just obtained a heavy quids worth at 45 Garrat Lane, Wandsworth, London SW18 4AD. Dated July 19, Aug19, and Oct 19. Lots on shelf. Couldn't believe my mince pies.
Spotted in Edinburgh Waverley yesterday too! Hot
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Johnnie Walker Black Label Whisky 70cl £20.00 at Sainsburys

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£20 for a decent bottle, assuming this is in-store as well. Edit: Can confirm this is in-store as well, just picked one up. Plenty of other brands on sale as well.
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Wife says I'm not allowed to buy any more whisky this month since I bought the Lagavulin Distillers Edition for £56 in an Amazon Lightning Deal on 11th Jan. She says I have a whole shelf of whisky and don't need any more. I say I only have a shelf and aspire to a whole cabinet of whisky.
Added heat :p

Shoes, handbags, Whisky... what's the difference? Mine didn't like the impression a brandy collection give as it made me look like I had a problem, apparently 8).

I want to try and get into whiskey more. From a brandy drinkers perspective it seems that you can get a half decent drop of Scotch for the price of a rubbish cognac.

Edited By: anlygi on Jan 21, 2017 20:25
doublecuffs
Wife says I'm not allowed to buy any more whisky this month since I bought the Lagavulin Distillers Edition for £56 in an Amazon Lightning Deal on 11th Jan. She says I have a whole shelf of whisky and don't need any more. I say I only have a shelf and aspire to a whole cabinet of whisky.
Added heat :p
What is it with women... I added a whistlepig 11 to mine...was a cold cold christmas lol
Wife says I'm not allowed to buy any more whisky this month since I bought the Lagavulin Distillers Edition for £56 in an Amazon Lightning Deal on 11th Jan. She says I have a whole shelf of whisky and don't need any more. I say I only have a shelf and aspire to a whole cabinet of whisky.

Added heat :p
Nice one!!
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Tefal Actifry reduced from £150 to £75.00 @ Sainsbury's

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Tefal Actifry reduced from £150 to £75 I spotted this today, seemed like a good deal. Sainsbury's Longbridge (west midlands) Could be national , worth checking your local store.
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Spies
Thought about getting one of these but chips take ages (compared to a conventional deep fat fryer) and they use a fair bit of electricity.


Chips for four of us takes 24 minutes but we do cook frozen oven chips (which comes out lovely) rather than fresh potatoes which as you say do take much longer, but we've also never made fresh potato chips Ina deep fat fryer.

Electricity is cheaper than gas for us but 24 minutes isn't that long for some chips.

We have the XL model and it uses between 1400-1700w apparently.

So 24 minutes for a ton of chips costs us 9p. Even fresh potato taking 45 mins would only be 15p.

You'd need to be making a lot of ships ALL the time for that expense to make any impact at all to be honest
I've had two different models over the last 8 years now and only upgraded as we wanted the higher capacity.

They have been faultless little or no smell and a lot safer with children around.

Highly recommended from me and not just good for chips

Not saying it's better than an air fryer but it's a great device

Edited By: jouster on Jan 22, 2017 11:29: Edit
pdbaggett
it's quite different to using an oven the tefal has a rotating arm so constantly turns the food so it's cooks more even and doesn't burn and also cooks quite a lot faster than a conventional oven. well worth the price.


​yes your right, an oven that turns food, so you dont have to , my point was that they are really not that great, get an AIR FRYER
Thought about getting one of these but chips take ages (compared to a conventional deep fat fryer) and they use a fair bit of electricity.
Midjet76
Yes they also do a 1.5 kg


I've got the 1.5KG one and it's great. This would be too small for a family of four.
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Sainsbury's - 4x Silent night pillows reduced from £28 to £8.40

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4x silent night washable pillows reduced to £8.40. Sainsbury's Longbridge (West Midlands) I'm not sure if it's national, it's worth checking your local store.
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These still on offer? Need some new pillows? Are they goose down?
Are they feather or synthetic?
2x Silent Night Pillows for fiver in Wilko
Hi sorry can't find these on the link... can you help jane
found the same thing at two for £4.20 in Sainsbury Loughton and Silentnight duvet for £15
mug51
In Sainsbury's sale section I have also seen the Silentnight winter nights pillow pair for £4.20, so the same price per pillow.
Duvets in the same winter nights range at 13.5tog for £10, £12.50 and £15 for single, double and king respectively.
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Sainsbury's free from coconut based vanilla ice-cream 45p

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Reduced from £3 to 45p, in my local Sainsbury's, ticket said sale price. Thought I'd give it a try for that price. Suitable for Vegans.
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jdbigguy

I am not great with grammar and am wondering whether, as the brand name is "Free From" does your amusing point still apply?

Indeed. "Free From" being the brand would be fine if they actually didn't make it into a naturally readable sentence on the product packaging. Which they invariably do. Plus, half the time they aren't terribly clear what they're free from, instead implying they're actually free from the main ingredient. I wouldn't have thought it hard to address these issues instead of essentially writing nonsense on a product (which could even be breaking the law - you can't legally say a pack of biscuits is "free from biscuits").
rubberbullets
Where is your local?

Have you got a proper link to the product?
http://www.sainsburys.co.uk/shop/gb/groceries/sainsburys-deliciously-freefrom-coconut-vanilla-ice-desert-480ml
This may be a newer version of the product as I think the reason the posted product is cheap, is that they have updated it

Edited By: jdbigguy on Jan 21, 2017 16:47
moosery2
"After all these years, I'm finally free from coconut based vanilla ice-cream!"

(free from coconut) based ice cream <- makes sense
free (from coconut) based ice cream <- yay free ice cream
free (from coconut based ice) cream <- sounds revolting but hey, it's free!
(free from coconut based ice) cream <- most cream already is?
(free from coconut based) ice cream <- nonsense
(free from) coconut based ice cream <- nonsense

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To add to your point, it isn't even ice cream. It's a "Ice Dessert"
I am not great with grammar and am wondering whether, as the brand name is "Free From" does your amusing point still apply?
rakshai
rubberbullets
Where is your local?
Have you got a proper link to the product?
Hi, Bletchley in Milton Keynes is my local. I had a quick look on the Sainsbury's website and couldn't find it.
Also in Romford branch along with other flavours yesterday.
rubberbullets
Where is your local?

Have you got a proper link to the product?


Hi, Bletchley in Milton Keynes is my local. I had a quick look on the Sainsbury's website and couldn't find it.
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19ltr Mirrored Microwave only £30.00 instore @ Sainsbury's Exeter (Alphington store)

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just bought one of these as ours broke a couple of weeks ago. it's a basic microwave but looks great in the kitchen. found this in my local Sainsbury's in Exeter. shelf label stated clearance and it's…
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It's not the size, its what you do with it that counts ;)
extonjoe
not very big


​that's what she said
not very big
Also Silksworth, Sunderland. Half a dozen here.
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SanDisk 32GB Ultra Micro SDHC & SD Adapter @ Sainsbury's £7.99 (free C&C)

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Maximize the performance of your camera or camcorder with the SanDisk Ultra microSDHC and microSDXC Class 10 UHS-I Memory Card. Ideal for compact to mid-range point-and-shoot cameras, this versatile m…
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Wasn't even on sale at my local one
got an 80mb/s 64gb for £13.33 in store
Any good for Lenovo P2 phone? I already have a nano SIM card in the phone for calling and data etc.
just popped into the Plymouth city centre store.... £6.00!! Grabbed the last one on the shelf. They did have 8gb micro SD cards for £1.88 if that helps!!
hafizpatel
£4 for collection
Yeah, Sainsbury's don't do free C&C on £8

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my dlink Smart Home HD starter Kit NOW £50.00 instore @ SAINSBURY'S WORKS with Alexa (amazon echo)

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I saw picked it up in East Dulwich branch Reduced to clear looks like its NATIONWIDE. amazon selling for £123.99 curry's selling for £119.99 Maplins selling for £139.99 This clever little s…
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Enet
Please note that the American FTC has recently filed a complaint against D-Link for poor security in their wifi routers and other devices. The last big cyber attack on major websites was largely helped by devices like these. D-Link are not the only culprits by far and it is widely recognised amongst security experts that these IoT devices are at best poorly secured and at worst wide open to attack.I have a small home network but personally I wouldn't let any of these devices anywhere near me.

Well that's your problem then. You seem to profess knowing a little about network security, if you knew enough you'd know how easy it is to protect your own network. It's not D-Link's responsibility to protect your network for you!


​On further reflection it occurs to me that maybe you simply don't understand the issue. This isn't about users not knowing about firewalls, antivirus and intrusion detection issues. This isn't even about Microsoft or Google getting slapped down for issues that were based in complicated code interactions causing "sometimes" unknowable consequences.
This is about manufacturers negligence in offering the basic security measures required for use in today's hostile Internet environment.
It's like having a fancy car with simple locks and no car alarm.
Enet
Please note that the American FTC has recently filed a complaint against D-Link for poor security in their wifi routers and other devices. The last big cyber attack on major websites was largely helped by devices like these. D-Link are not the only culprits by far and it is widely recognised amongst security experts that these IoT devices are at best poorly secured and at worst wide open to attack.I have a small home network but personally I wouldn't let any of these devices anywhere near me.

Well that's your problem then. You seem to profess knowing a little about network security, if you knew enough you'd know how easy it is to protect your own network. It's not D-Link's responsibility to protect your network for you!
so those that have one how have you got on with it? I like mine... still going through best process and setting up real time recording. Managed to setup and update all device no problems. Plugs work great with Amazon echo.

Undecided if I need the alarm box element for audible noise..

Actually got 2 kits but only deployed one for now.

would like to use the camera outdoor from a sheltered location, but not sure how.
leshark84
Two left in the Cheltenham store. They also had the mydlink 360 Home Monitor down from £87 to £43.


I'd have took a 360 too damn it
Two left in the Cheltenham store. They also had the mydlink 360 Home Monitor down from £87 to £43.
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sainsburys Gingerbread Ice-cream 500ml now 50p instore

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Thought this was a bargain last week but This gorgeous Ice-cream is now 50p. Standard orange stickers as opposed to clearance / store specific purple so hopefully should be national but limited stock…
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Gingerbread ice cream sandwich jellybean marshmallow Nougat.
full price in northampton
great! cheers!!
mince pie flavour was nice
They have it in Glasgow Darnley but its yuk imo, probably why its still on the shelf when every other xmas frozen food "sale" item has sold out
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Extra Large Whole Turkeys only £1.80 each @ Sainsburys Harrogate

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Turkeys £1.80 each and they are massive almost 9kg :)
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Had to comment, cant believe there is a Harrogate specific deal...i never find anything on these 'national' deals here.

Shame it is 2 days ago, sure they are all long gone now
lassy
Elevation
lassy
steevieboy4u
barron201253
Receipt please?
Receipt should be in the first couple of comments (I knew I'd be asked even though I've been an active member on here for years :P )
So has he, but just look how many deals he has posted, would not even reply to the comment. Thanks op have some heat 8)
So tired of this "deals first, opinions later" attitude. Who bloody cares how many deals he's posted.
Its not really about his deals its the negativity and effort applied or non effort as in this case

....so it's exactly about how many deals they've posted then.
Care to go round again...? (_;)



Edited By: Elevation on Jan 23, 2017 04:11
Elevation
lassy
steevieboy4u
barron201253
Receipt please?
Receipt should be in the first couple of comments (I knew I'd be asked even though I've been an active member on here for years :P )
So has he, but just look how many deals he has posted, would not even reply to the comment. Thanks op have some heat 8)
So tired of this "deals first, opinions later" attitude. Who bloody cares how many deals he's posted.
Its not really about his deals its the negativity and effort applied or non effort as in this case and read others posts some people are just leaches in my opinion if you got nothing nice to say then say nothing and many feel the same
Cooked or uncooked turkey can safely be refrozen, as long as you refreeze it within three days of thawing. But, you should only refreeze turkey, if it's been handled properly at every step along the way.

According to the USDA , Food Safety and Inspection Service, that means it needs to have been thawed in the refrigerator and that it can't have been left out at room temperature for more than two hours at any time. Turkey that has been thawed on the counter or left out for long periods shouldn't be refrozen. In fact, it shouldn't be eaten at all. It's better to waste food than to risk your health by eating something that may no longer be safe to eat.

Note that the turkey may be slightly drier when you go to use it. Each time you heat it up, you lose a little more moisture. But, that sure beats having it go to waste. Just add a bit of gravy or your condiment of choice, and it'll be just as good as it was the first time.

Info taken from HERE
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Middle Earth: Shadows of Mordor PS4 £5.00 Sainsbury's instore

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Loads of copies in my Sainsbury's in Hove. Not sure if it's a good deal even but I got one! =)
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Got it free on PS+ a few months ago, can't get past 1st easy boss lol
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​free on PS+????? are you sure?
Got it free on PS+ a few months ago, can't get past 1st easy boss lol
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This is a brilliant game, totally worth spending even 15 quid
No stock in Crawley though they had a stand-alone unit advertising games (Xbox and PS4) from £5. None were priced that low though. Lucky find!
None in Middlesbrough but great price :)
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Ben & jerry utter peanut butter tub for 98p @ Sainsbury's Slough

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Not sure if national but as I saw many frozen foods reduction post here, I assume it's national depending on stock available. Also bought hageen daz walnut honey for 98 p Magnum 6 mini 91 p
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£1.98 in derby osmaston park road.
not in my local but that's ok as got pralines and cream for 98p instead, so have some heat op
yummy .. X)
I saw these in the Morecambe store too. Plenty of empty spaces where the 58p items and other cheap goodies had been.
Good job - I'm lardy enough after Christmas.
Just returned from my quest. Lots of frozen discounts and lots of empty shelves!
Worth a look though, hopefully you'll have more luck.
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By Sainsburys Ready To Roll Lime Green Icing 250g for 20p priory walk store

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plenty left as its red sale label by itself in the home baking section not very noticeable,
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think my local store had so much items on sale
was more to do with audit or stock taking
some outside firm were conducting while I shopped
there this week, lots of shops do sale around same time
had this in the Ballymena store a few days ago as well, maybe worth keeping an eye out for.

Saving Money on Life’s Essentials at Sainsbury’s for Decades

Sainsbury’s started life in 1869, when J. Sainsbury opened his first store in the London suburb of Holborn. By the 1920s, the company had become the UK’s first grocery department store, stocking a huge selection of branded food and household items. In the 1950s, the firm pioneered the self-service supermarket, expanding throughout the years to become the UK’s third largest supermarket chain.

Where to Buy Sainsbury’s Products

The easiest way to locate your nearest Sainsbury’s store is to head to their website and use the store locator tool. By entering your postcode, you can call up a detailed map showing the location of your local Sainsbury’s.

Close to Customers: Sainsbury´s

However, it’s just as easy to order any of the firm’s items in their online shop at www.sainsburys.co.uk, where the product range includes the following categories:

  • Groceries – The heart of the Sainsbury’s product range continues to be food and beverages. Products include fruit & veg, meat & fish, dairy, eggs & chilled goods, bakery items, frozen food, drinks, baking ingredients, baby food and pet food.
  • Health & Beauty – Includes cosmetics, haircare, skincare, dental care, soap, shower & bath products, deodorants, shaving products, men’s toiletries, beauty accessories, family planning items, vitamins, sport nutrition products and travel products like sun cream.
  • Household – Includes cleaning fluids, cleaning tools like mops and brooms, laundry products, toilet rolls, air fresheners, dishwasher tablets and powder, batteries, light bulbs, sewing kits, stationery, shoe care products, bin bags and pest control products.
  • Home – Features larger items for the home such as garden and interior furniture, party items, cutlery and crockery, DIY materials and tools, office equipment, toys, sports and leisure equipment, kitchen appliances, candles, towels and bedding.
  • Baby – Items for recent parents, including nappies, wet wipes, baby milk and food, toiletries, toys, clothes, products for pregnant women, bottles and baby changing tools.
  • TU Clothing – A selection of clothes for women, men and children, including lingerie, shoes and baby clothes that are available only via Sainsbury’s.
  • Entertainment – Buy music, magazines, eBooks, movies and TV, including live video via Sainsbury’s On Demand.
  • Mobile Phones – Includes new phones, refurbished phones, as well as laptops, tablets and games consoles.

Additionally, Sainsbury’s product range includes a Favourites category. When you sign up, items that you regularly buy are placed here, so that you can quickly return and add them to your shopping trolley.

Sainsbury’s also includes an Ideas & Recipes section to help customers make the most of their products. This includes seasonal recipes and recipes themed around religious festivals, as well as gift ideas for children.

Sainsbury’s stocks a huge range of leading brands, including:

Sainsbury’s Entertainment on Demand

Using the Sainsbury’s Online Store

The Sainsbury’s online store uses a familiar shopping trolley system where customers click on the products they want and add them to their trolley. However, before you can proceed to the checkout, you will need to register with the site and make sure that Sainsbury’s can deliver to your postcode. Registering with the site will create a Sainsbury’s account, where you can manage your orders, add credit or debit cards, change your delivery address and personal details.

The Sainsbury’s Loyalty scheme

Sainsbury’s is part of the Nectar card scheme (and was a founder member), which gives members access to savings across a wide range of British retail outlets. Customers accumulate points and are provided with discounts, which can be managed via the Nectar App.

Sales at sainsburys.co.uk

Sainsbury’s are always offering discounts on major brands, and their weekly deals can be found at the Great Offers section on their site.

The firm also plays a prominent part in the UK’s Black Friday retail event, which takes place every November and marks the beginning of the festive retail season. This can include big reductions on electronics, as well as clothing and cosmetics. TU Clothing also hold regular sales of men’s and women’s clothing, so it’s worth checking their sales page regularly to keep up to date.

Payment Methods Accepted by Sainsbury’s

When you order online with sainsburys.co.uk, you can use the following payment methods: Mastercard, VISA, VISA Debit, Electron, Maestro, American Express, International Maestro, JCB and Duet cards.

Shipping Options from Sainsbury’s

Whenever you order groceries online with Sainsbury’s there is a minimum order total of £25.

  • Orders between £25 and £40 may be charged a delivery fee of £6.95, while orders above £40 entail a delivery fee of between £1 and £6. Delivery is free for orders over £100 if they are booked between Monday and Thursday before 14:00.
  • Customers choose a 1 hour delivery time slot when they order. It is also possible to purchase a Sainsbury’s Delivery Pass. These last for between 6 and 12 months, and ensures that all deliveries are free during that period. An anytime pass costs £60 for a year and £20 for three months.
  • Alternatively, you can choose to Click and Collect your items at any nearby Sainsbury’s store.

Returning Items to Sainsbury’s

  • If you detect a flaw or fault in any Sainsbury’s product, the retailer will accept returns within 12 months of purchase. Customers need to take it back to the store they bought it from, along with proof of purchase, and a refund or replacement will be processed.
  • If you have no longer want a product, any items can be returned to Sainsbury’s within 30 days of delivery, as long as they have not been opened and you have proof of purchase. Again, the items need to be returned to a Sainsbury’s store to process a refund.

TU Clothing needs to be returned to specific Sainsbury’s stores. You can find your nearest TU Click & Collect store here.

Alternatively, clothes can be returned via post:

  1. Just fill in the returns form you received with your original package.
  2. Call the Sainsbury’s Customer Service Team and they will advise you about where to send the item(s).
  3. Some categories of items cannot be returned. These include baby food, fireworks, chilled or frozen food, entertainment items with broken seals and lottery tickets.

Sainsbury’s Social Media Channels

If you want to keep informed about all of the latest deals, sales and product launches at Sainsbury’s the best way to do so is via their social media channels:

The firm also runs a corporate blog, which deals with the business side of its activities. Customers can also keep track of new recipes on the Sainsbury’s Magazine blog or financial topics on the Sainsbury’s Money Matters blog.

The firm’s magazine is available in all Sainsbury’s stores and has its own social media presence on different channels:

Contacting Sainsbury’s

If you have a query about Sainsbury’s products, the best way to contact the firm is via their contact page where you can email the customer care team.

You can also call the firm’s customer care line via 0800 636262 (8:00-22:00 from Monday to Friday, 8:00-19:00 on Saturdays, 10:00-16:00 on Sundays) or the helpline for online shopping at 0800 3281700 (8:00-23:00 from Monday to Sunday).

Alternatively, write to the company via post to this address:

  • Sainsbury's Supermarkets Ltd
  • 33 Holborn
  • London
  • EC1N 2HT

For most simple queries, the Sainsbury Help Centre provides FAQs that should help.

Shop For Less Online By Checking Out Sainsbury’s Discounts

Sainsbury's seems to sell everything, from electronics and clothes to food, drinks and cosmetics. All of their products can be ordered online and are regularly discounted. You can find the latest deals at the Sainsbury’s HotUKDeals pages.