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Nestle Shreddies 750g, £1.35 @ Waitrose w/MyWaitrose card

£1.35 @ Waitrose
Nestle Shreddies 750g is £1.35 at Waitrose with MyWaitrose card & Pick Your Own Offers. Offer ends 20 Sep. (Cheapest elsewhere seems to be Tesco £1.69, but that offer ends 30 Aug.) http://www.waitr… Read More
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8m, 3d agoFound 8 months, 3 days ago
Nestle Shreddies 750g is £1.35 at Waitrose with MyWaitrose card & Pick Your Own Offers. Offer ends 20 Sep. (Cheapest elsewhere seems to be Tesco £1.69, but that offer ends 30 Aug.)

http://www.waitrose.com/shop/DisplayProductFlyout?productId=123

To get this deal you need a MyWaitrose card. Order one from

http://www.waitrose.com/content/waitrose/en/home/mywaitrose/mywaitrose_welcome.html

You then need to add this product to your "Pick Your Own Offers". Do that at

http://www.waitrose.com/content/waitrose/en/home/mywaitrose/pick-your-own.html

Or use the iOS or Android PYO app:

http://www.waitrose.com/home/mywaitrose/myw-pyo-apps.html
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8m, 3d agoFound 8 months, 3 days ago
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#1
Good find. I thought this was going to be the first deal I posted, but you beat me to it!

In the shop I noticed that the Pick Your Own Offer option wasn't presented on the half price 750g, but was on the price-matched 500g packet. I therefore wondered if the PYOO would still work on the 750g, but it did.

Unfortunately the 20% came off the reduced price, not the original price, a glitch that Waitrose sometimes seem to have.

Nevertheless, a great deal, and I now have ten packets waiting to be eaten.

OTOH, I can't really tell the difference between these and the ASDA own brands which were three 500g packets for £3 recently.
#2
Hi
Have seen several offers for waitrose PYOO on the forum.
How often can you change your chosen reductions?
Thanks
#3
pgjeffery
Hi
Have seen several offers for waitrose PYOO on the forum.
How often can you change your chosen reductions?
Thanks

I googled it for you:

http://www.waitrose.com/home/mywaitrose/mywaitrose-pyo-faqs.html

10 changes a month.
#4
What a lazy s*d I am - could have done that myself.
thanks accvio
#5
accvio
Good find. I thought this was going to be the first deal I posted, but you beat me to it!
In the shop I noticed that the Pick Your Own Offer option wasn't presented on the half price 750g, but was on the price-matched 500g packet. I therefore wondered if the PYOO would still work on the 750g, but it did.
Unfortunately the 20% came off the reduced price, not the original price, a glitch that Waitrose sometimes seem to have.
Nevertheless, a great deal, and I now have ten packets waiting to be eaten.
OTOH, I can't really tell the difference between these and the ASDA own brands which were three 500g packets for £3 recently.
It looks like they may have corrected the PYO discount so it comes off of the current price instead of the full price oh well :)
#6
jco83
It looks like they may have corrected the PYO discount so it comes off of the current price instead of the full price oh well :)
I think it's always worked that way. When an item is simply reduced in price, as here, the PYO discount is 20% off the current (reduced) price.

However if the product is on a multi-buy offer; BOGOF, 3-for-2, two-for-£5 etc., then the PYO discount is 20% of the full pre-offer price.

For example, a while ago 8-can packs of Pepsi Max were £3.50 BOGOF, and with PYO Offers you could buy two packs for £3.50 - (20%×£7) = £2.10.


Edited By: Donuts123 on Aug 26, 2016 17:45
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Donuts123
jco83
It looks like they may have corrected the PYO discount so it comes off of the current price instead of the full price oh well :)
I think it's always worked that way. When an item is simply reduced in price, as here, the PYO discount is 20% off the current (reduced) price.
However if the product is on a multi-buy offer; BOGOF, 3-for-2, two-for-£5 etc., then the PYO discount is 20% of the full pre-offer price.
For example, a while ago 8-can packs of Pepsi Max were £3.50 BOGOF, and with PYO Offers you could buy two packs for £3.50 - (20%×£7) = £2.10.
I don't think that's always right. The recent deal for Indian Meals was so attractive because they were both half price and 20% off the original price, meaning that they ended costing less than a third (30%) of the original.
I bought a lot, but sadly most are gone now.

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