Morrisons Christmas voucher promo - £30 off for Christmas & New year - Spend £40 over 5 weeks & keep receipts - HotUKDeals
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Morrisons Christmas voucher promotion is back!

Just follow these 4 easy steps!

1. Shop in any Morrisons store between 8th November and 24th December 2010 and spend £40 or more in one transaction each week for five weeks.
2. Pick up a Collector Card in store to keep your five receipts in (only fully itemised store receipts will be accepted, no credit or debit card receipts).
3. Make sure each receipt is collected from a different week. Multiple receipts from the same week will not be accepted.
4. Put the receipts in your Collector Card (otherwise they won’t be accepted) and take them into your local Morrisons store between 16th and 31st December to claim your £25 Christmas and £5 New Year Vouchers.

Your Christmas Voucher can be used between 16th and 31st December when you spend £40 or more.

Your New Year Voucher can be used between 2nd and 30th January 2011 when you spend £30 or more.

Merry Christmas from everyone at Morrisons!

Terms & Conditions http://www.morrisons.co.uk/christmasvoucher

Now extended:-

1. Shop in any Morrisons store between 8th November and 24th December 2010 and spend £40 or more in one transaction each week for five weeks.

2. Pick up a Collector Card in store to keep your five receipts in (only fully itemised store receipts will be accepted, no credit or debit card receipts).

3. Make sure each receipt is collected from a different week. Multiple receipts from the same week will not be accepted.

4. Put the receipts in your Collector Card (otherwise they won’t be accepted) and take them into your local Morrisons store between 16th and 31st December to claim your £25 Christmas and £5 New Year Vouchers.

Remember – you can now collect your receipts up until 24th December.

Your Christmas Voucher can be used between 16th and 31st December when you spend £40 or more.

Your New Year Voucher can be used between 2nd and 30th January 2011 when you spend £30 or more.

Merry Christmas from everyone at Morrisons!
- DLM
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#1
any tell me how this works?
1 Like #2
from what i remember you havwe to spend a minimum amount per week (£40??) for at least three different weeks out of five and then you can get the vouchers. well worth it and always a decent promo. just a bit of a pain going in and spending just around the £40 every week, especially when you normally shop elsewhere, to get the vouchers, but every little helps!
#3
You collect a reciept every week before xmas, then on xmas week you swap it for a voucher.

Quite a good deal to be honest, I did it last year
#4
Edit - last years was this: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/free-25-christmas-morrisons-voucher/516023
last years deal was Free £25 Morrisons voucher when you spend £40 for five out of the six weeks before Christmas.

Creeping up by a fiver every year.

Don't forget, if you spend a lot on a weekly basis there, split your shopping between you and partner/friend whatever, and receive double the vouchers!

Edited By: Copperface on Oct 28, 2010 12:05: spelling
2 Likes #5
Look and learn Asda...This is what you call a deal.
We shop at Morrisons every week anyway,so it's a free xmas dinner for us supplied by morrisons.
£30 should cover the turkey and all the trimmings.

Edit Actually,thinking about it,it probably won't cover it all but most of dinner is on Morrisons.

Edited By: Cumbrian Hammer on Oct 28, 2010 12:19: re-think
2 Likes #6
Last year you had to spend £40 a week for 5 separate weeks(out 6),so in reality you had to spend £200 to get a £25 voucher.
What this is all about is tying you to their stores in the run up to Xmas.

Bear in mind that other supermarkets usually have some great offers on at this time of year,so ask yourself is it worth it committing yourself.
2 Likes #7
Rubbish deal.

I got a leaflet through the door for Sainsburys with 6x4 £4 off every £20 spent each week. thats £24 off £120 - this is £30 off for spending £200 or so. Erm, no thanks.

Edited By: 581d on Oct 28, 2010 12:25: update
#8
great deal if you usually shop there anyway
#9
It's a great deal for me, as I already get the £5 vouchers from buying fuel, and do the main shop at Morrisons
#10
saw this advertised the other day at the bus stop - i think its a great deal - i do my shopping at morry's anyway , i also buy receipts of flea bay usually for a couple of quit - get at least 2 vouchers from morry's , split the shopping (i have a trolley , hubby has a trolley) use the 2 vouchers at checkout so this year it will be £60 off ..easily spend any minimum spend on a christmas shop

Edited By: ruth1971 on Oct 28, 2010 12:42: mistake
#11
we meant to do this last year but missed out on the required number of weeks. i actually prefer going to morrisons for fresh foods and could probably spend that a week providing i remember to go there and not tesco
1 Like #12
moonmonkey
great deal if you usually shop there anyway

Is the correct answer....We will be shopping there each weekend up to xmas,just like we do every other week,spending about £70-90 a week on a shop.So it's a free £30 to regular shoppers.
Plus IMHO Morrisons has more "deals" on products than any of the other big stores.
As for having to spend a couple of hundred quid on your shopping there for the next few weeks,That's the whole idea of the offer,to get your custom in the run up to xmas.Seems a better alternative to asdas marketing ploy,with vouchers we won't use.Everyone has to pay for a weekly shop,and eveyone must spend at least £40 a week on food,so why not get £30 free.....All the other supermarkets still charge for their shopping don't they?
#13
£30 voucher,but no confirmation yet as to what spend is required?
#14
Cheers for the heads-up, I shop at Morrisons every week so its good for me! fwiw I switched to morrisons from tesco around 18 months ago, get a lot more in my trolly for the money, & the fish/deli counters are far better...
1 Like #15
ruth1971
saw this advertised the other day at the bus stop - i think its a great deal - i do my shopping at morry's anyway , i also buy receipts of flea bay usually for a couple of quit - get at least 2 vouchers from morry's

some of us posted them out free last year if we weren't using them
#16
I wonder if the £5 increase in the gift from £25 to £30 means there is an increase in required weeks of £40 spending from 5 weeks to 6 weeks ?

I am sure this started at £20 for 4 weeks of £40 shopping (2 years ago?). A 12.5% basic return on minimum spend.

Then went to £25 for 5 weeks of £40 shopping (last year). A 12.5% basic return on minimum spend.

This year I am GUESSING.....£30 for 6 weeks of £40 shopping. GUESSING a 12.5% basic return on minimum spend.

If it is, that is a lot to ask of the casual shoppers and they might just cut their nose off to spite their face.....it just seems too much an ask even though the 12.5% return would be maintained.

It is fine for those who do their big shop each week at Morrisons, but for those of us that have an Asda a stone's throw from Morrisons, a Tesco next door and a Sainsburys around the block, it could be hard to keep that level up for just one supermarket.


Only guessing of course, but given the increment last year......


I am hoping it is the same weeks/spend as last year but £5 extra given the economy :) Having said that, I found it hard going as it was 5 weeks of £40 and then another week of £40 to redeem the voucher.

If my guess is correct though it would be SIX weeks of £40 and then a seventh week to spend the voucher.


A tad too much for some, me included !
















Edited By: bemad on Oct 28, 2010 14:30: -
#17
bemad
A tad too much for some, me included !


But if you plan your food shopping, and get all your food from Morrisons, plus a few prezzies too (they do perfume, electricals, dvds books etc...... not just food!) then it's a great deal - much better than loyalty points.
1 Like #18
Not really £30 off one shop.


Once you have collected your five receipts in the Collector Card, you may exchange the completed Collector Card for one Morrisons £25 Christmas Voucher and one Morrisons £5 New Year Voucher at your local Morrisons store.

The £25 Christmas Voucher and £5 New Year Voucher can be collected between 16th December 2010 and 31st December 2010. The £25 Christmas Voucher is valid from 16th December 2010 to 31st December 2010. The £5 New Year Voucher is valid from 2nd January 2011 to 30th January 2011.

The £25 Christmas Voucher is redeemable on one shop to the total value of £40 or more. The £5 New Year Voucher is redeemable on one shop to the total value of £30 or more. Exclusions apply for both vouchers as in point 6.


Your text here
#19
This is a good deal and I am going to support it.

If enough of us do that, the other supermarkets have to respond.

Plus, £40 per week for the ravenous, chocaholic, biscuit-bashing 5-square meals a day teenagers in my house means I can still take advantage of offers in other supermarkets in order to get my full weekly shop (plus all the Crimbo extras).
#20
If you decide to go for this make sure two of you go on the day you redeem your receipts for the voucher, by the time you've queued to get the voucher your partner will have completed the shopping. While they were trying their best to process these as quick as they could, it's a manual process where they have to check the dates and values on all your receipts.

Edited By: grimphil on Oct 28, 2010 16:44: typo
#21
KermitGrenade
Not really £30 off one shop.
Once you have collected your five receipts in the Collector Card, you may exchange the completed Collector Card for one Morrisons £25 Christmas Voucher and one Morrisons £5 New Year Voucher at your local Morrisons store.The £25 Christmas Voucher and £5 New Year Voucher can be collected between 16th December 2010 and 31st December 2010. The £25 Christmas Voucher is valid from 16th December 2010 to 31st December 2010. The £5 New Year Voucher is valid from 2nd January 2011 to 30th January 2011.The £25 Christmas Voucher is redeemable on one shop to the total value of £40 or more. The £5 New Year Voucher is redeemable on one shop to the total value of £30 or more. Exclusions apply for both vouchers as in point 6.
Your text here

Hey, Kermit...they are being humane.

£25 on the chocolate brazils, quality street, drinkies, etc. and £5 towards funding all the New Year's resolutions regarding diets and cutting down on drinking. ;)

They are just helping to preserve out traditional Christmas/New Year!
#22
Im sure this deal was 4 out of 5 reciepts over £30 to recieve a voucher for £25 off £40 worth of shopping via the voucher.

I go to Morrisons 2 or 3 times a week and last year collected 4 x £25 vouchers, I found a few reciepts in the trollys so thought id use them, lol, so it made my christmas shopping a bargain, £100 worth of vouchers, I mean they had an offer on 3 cases of beer for £20, so i bought 6 cases which should have cost me £40, but only £15 with one voucher.... same with wine..... etc

Morrisons have just as good deals as tesco and asda, so this is on top



Edited By: Petebiz on Oct 28, 2010 17:46: missed word
#23
So it's the same as last year with a bonus £5 off a £30 shop in the new year.

Well I am in :)

The trouble is I went to Morrisons yesterday to use the £5 off £40 voucher in the NOTW and still could not resist going into Tesco where I ended up spending as much again as they had some amazing multibuys.

Some of the things I bought at Morrisons were amazing bargains - Activia snackpots were 65p each or 5 for a £1. And there were 26 packs of Walkers crisps for £2.

Must admit there are always some good end of the Aisle offers at Morrisons and the nice thing is they do keep doing these throughout November/December when people are collecting receipts.
#24
Last year you were not allowed to use the petrol vouchers (£5.00) ones in conjunction with the £25 voucher they did, however, let you use saving stamps with them.
#25
Excellent deal, that's me won over for the next few weeks!
#26
sjb020278
Last year you were not allowed to use the petrol vouchers (£5.00) ones in conjunction with the £25 voucher they did, however, let you use saving stamps with them.


Don't know why i'm sure we accepted both in our store. (tynemouth)
#27
This is whats wrong with most of the deals on here. Having to spend £200 to get around 10% off gets to nearly 500oC and counting LOL.
#28
Hmm sounds a better deal than asda and I work there! Might look through trolleys as well, do you have to spend the £30 or£40 in one shop to qualify? Thanks
1 Like #29
581d
This is whats wrong with most of the deals on here. Having to spend £200 to get around 10% off gets to nearly 500oC and counting LOL.

This is a good deal because it is "FREE" cashback if you were going to spend that amount anyway and many people will be getting £40 trolleys of goods which are full of bargains in themselves.

Let's say you fill your trolley with their half price offers or their BOGOFs or multibuys and nothing else. You are already "happy" with your purchases - you don't feel ripped off or overcharged.

You do that for 5 weeks and VIOLA on the sixth week you get £25 off another £40 trolley of goods.

And, a bonus this year, £5 off a £30 trolley of goods in the New Year.


I was a bit nervous at first, thinking they would add another week of £40 shopping like they did last year. But even then I would have convinced myself of the merit of the offer.

A basic 12.5% cashback on the £200 of required (bargain) spending.........who else does that ?

This deal is HOT and deserves to have a high centigrade ! I was very wrong to doubt it.......



Edited By: bemad on Oct 28, 2010 19:42: -
suspended 1 Like #30
Cumbrian Hammer
Look and learn Asda...This is what you call a deal.
We shop at Morrisons every week anyway,so it's a free xmas dinner for us supplied by morrisons.
£30 should cover the turkey and all the trimmings.

Edit Actually,thinking about it,it probably won't cover it all but most of dinner is on Morrisons.


But considering the typical british household would save money by food shopping at Asda over the course of the year then this one deal doesnt really make much difference.

One swallow doesn't make a summer 8)
#31
Great!
#32
bemad
581d
This is whats wrong with most of the deals on here. Having to spend £200 to get around 10% off gets to nearly 500oC and counting LOL.
This is a good deal because it is "FREE" cashback if you were going to spend that amount anyway and many people will be getting £40 trolleys of goods which are full of bargains in themselves.Let's say you fill your trolley with their half price offers or their BOGOFs or multibuys and nothing else. You are already "happy" with your purchases - you don't feel ripped off or overcharged.You do that for 5 weeks and VIOLA on the sixth week you get £25 off another £40 trolley of goods.And, a bonus this year, £5 off a £30 trolley of goods in the New Year.I was a bit nervous at first, thinking they would add another week of £40 shopping like they did last year. But even then I would have convinced myself of the merit of the offer.A basic 12.5% cashback on the £200 of required (bargain) spending.........who else does that ? This deal is HOT and deserves to have a high centigrade ! I was very wrong to doubt it.......

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/morrisons-christmas-voucher-promo-3/787565?p=9694723
#33
This would have been a nice £25 towards one week's £40 :)

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/fantastic-half-price-wooden-footbal/787862

But they'll be sold out before it starts.....

Anyway, like I say, there are always good offers in the run up to Christmas. They don't turn the taps off just because they are running a receipt promo.


Edited By: bemad on Oct 28, 2010 21:38: -
1 Like #34
581d
Rubbish deal.

I got a leaflet through the door for Sainsburys with 6x4 £4 off every £20 spent each week. thats £24 off £120 - this is £30 off for spending £200 or so. Erm, no thanks.


yeah, but what you get for £120 in sainsburys, you can get for about £80 in morrions.
#35
jonny619447

But considering the typical british household would save money by food shopping at Asda over the course of the year then this one deal doesnt really make much difference.

One swallow doesn't make a summer 8)


morrions is cheaper than asda for our family. asda is only good if you like biscuits and cakes etc -all the nutirtional stuff is a fraction at morrisons where i live and tastes better most of the time. purely up to the individual what is best for them.

I spend about £50 a week at morrisons regardless, so this deal is HOT.
#36
do ASDA accept these vouchers?
suspended#37
Nellster


morrions is cheaper than asda for our family. asda is only good if you like biscuits and cakes etc -all the nutirtional stuff is a fraction at morrisons where i live and tastes better most of the time. purely up to the individual what is best for them.

I spend about £50 a week at morrisons regardless, so this deal is HOT.


To say Asda is only cheap for biscuits and cakes is a ridiculous thing to say. I don't even buy cakes and biscuits and i know that asda is cheaper.

Yes it may be hot for you... if you enjoy wasteing money on over priced products.
#38
I'm a Morrisons convert too,their deli /meat counters are much better than Tesco/Asda

They have the best jam doughnuts too,26p for two,a bargain :3
#39
Kimboball
Cheers for the heads-up, I shop at Morrisons every week so its good for me! fwiw I switched to morrisons from tesco around 18 months ago, get a lot more in my trolly for the money, & the fish/deli counters are far better...


don't you find when you enter Morrisons, facing (and smelling) the fish counter on entry is the worst most off-putting experience you could imagine, it's the same layout in all Morrisons (at least in the North!!!!!)
#40
ShaunyJJ
Kimboball
Cheers for the heads-up, I shop at Morrisons every week so its good for me! fwiw I switched to morrisons from tesco around 18 months ago, get a lot more in my trolly for the money, & the fish/deli counters are far better...
don't you find when you enter Morrisons, facing (and smelling) the fish counter on entry is the worst most off-putting experience you could imagine, it's the same layout in all Morrisons (at least in the North!!!!!)

The one i go to has two entrances,depending upon whether you arrive by car or on foot :p

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