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Pictureka board game half price to £5.00 in Sainsbury's Gloucester Quays

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many board games reduced by 25% or 1/3 off. Found this one at half price - excellent family fun!
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Nerf Super Soaker Freezefire water pistol £5.00 from £10 in Sainsburys

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looks to be national. £10 on Amazon
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Same price in Tescos too
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Danone Light & Free Blueberry Greek Style Yogurt (4 x 115g) was £2.50 now £1.25 @ Sainsbury's

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These deals end on TUESDAY 9th August Danone Light & Free Blueberry Burst Greek Style Yogurt (4 x 115g) was £2.50 now £1.25 Danone Light & Free Peach Passion Fruit Greek Style Yogurt (4 x 115g) was
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Passion fruit is very nice, also on offer.
£1 in morrisons past few weeks.
Same price in Tescos at the moment
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Party bits reduced to clear in Sainsbury's - Longbridge e.g Candle packs for 22p

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My local sainsburys had all the party stuff reduced to clear. Candle packs for 22p, candle sparklers for 36p, party bags 29p, paper plates 36p, balloons for 58p, banners for 44p, party bag bits for 58…
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Just love party bits!
Inflatable willy?

Edited By: red23 on Jul 25, 2016 18:38
Oldham store as well
yes I got some in sprucefield lisburn
Reooow
and in Ilford


Is that the store on the roundabout?
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Seagate Backup Plus 2TB £60.00 (Sainsbury's)

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Not sure if this is a local only deal or not. I saw these instore at Welwyn Garden City (Herts) reduced from £80 down to £60 - that's about £10 cheaper than Amazon. Seems a reasonable price for 2TB. T…
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60 in my local in Kings Lynn. has been 4 ages.

60 is a very good price !
Needed one quickly, so bought last Wednesday from Sainsburys Bitterne (Southampton). So probably a national deal. Includes 200GB OneDrive for 2 years
clearance @ £30 back in February
60 in my local in Kings Lynn. has been 4 ages.
cold 60 is normal price been that for donkeys
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Better than I thought,bit sickly although better with ice.
Tesco is also selling off 4 bottle pack for £1 , I got some being delivered today , but not tried before, have a big family get together this weekend though, so hoping someone will drink them :|
Horrible stuff, don't buy more than one lot without trying first
Looks like a store specific deal by the looks of the red sticker.
Not nice. Try before you buy lots!
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Manzanilla Superior Dry Sherry 75cl for £3.30 @ Sainsbury's

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Haven't tried it (yet) but the label says "Superior" so it must be good ;) - or at least better than "British Sherry" - and at £3.30 a bottle it's a cheap tipple.
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Great. It's made in a place called Sanlucar de Barrameda, near the sea.
Okay, so I tried it . . . . . and I'm not sorry I bought two bottles 8)
Yes, Manzanilla, like Fino sherries are an acquired taste.
Great price, but don't knock that British cream sherry. :D
It's really dry, so be careful if you don't like dry sherry.
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Lego Dimensions - Fun Packs - 3 for 2 (£25.98) - Sainsburys

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Sainsburys are currently running a 3 for 2 on Lego Dimension Fun Packs (£12.99 each). Appears to be nationwide as confirmed in three stores. My local store had not marked them up as in an offer but a…
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£56 in smyths and sainsburys for the ps4 and Xbox one versions
Amazon have the starter sets between £60 and £70 depending on which console you need it for.
What's the best price for the starter set? I can only seem to find it at £65 in tesco.
Smyths were offering BOGOF a few weeks back, okay for anyone who missed that deal.
The older waves can be found for around £9-10 on Amazon but the most recent ones are still between £12 and £13 each.
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Solid oak spatula was £4 now £1.20 instore @ Sainsburys

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Really good quality at a great price. At the Warren Heath store near Ipswich in Suffolk.
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Hot cheap wood.
A wooden spoon on the back of hand was my parents choice of discipline when I was growing up.
very cheap way of keeping the kids in order over school hols (_;) - heat added

Edited By: dealorama on Jul 24, 2016 16:38
Went to my Sainsbury and they had a ladle, wooden spoon, small and big spatula and slotted spatula on discount

Small spatula was all sold out though :(
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Martell VS Cognac 35CL in Sainsbury's Tottenham Court Road £7.75

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Great deal, never seen it this cheap, not sure if national or just local!
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Awesome find, will look tomorrow in Bournemouth! Heat added
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Cirio Passata Rustica 350gx2 was £1.25 now £0.75 @ Sainsburys

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Great Italian passata at a good price for 2 jars (350g each)
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Cheaper in BM
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Pasta Rummo (spaghetti, fusilli, penne, rigatoni, farfalle) £1.20 @ Sainsburys

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Was £1.80, save 60p. This is a high quality pasta. "Lenta lavorazione", it holds shape and texture and stays al dente when cooked. http://www.pastarummo.it/en/what-s-the-difference
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Snore...
meh
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Sainsbury's Tomato Puree Double Concentrate (142g) was 35p now 15p until 9th August

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Sainsbury's Tomato Puree Double Concentrate (142g) was 35p now 15p until 9th August Sainsbury's own brand double concentrate Tomato Puree 142g tins, with at least six months shelf life in store this
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Non left in Canley Coventry.
kooks65
Once opened how long does it keep?

Freeze it
Once opened how long does it keep?
good find op, heat added
If it's in a tin don't worry about any date on it - it'll be fine for years.
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Sipsmith Sloe Gin £16.80 @ Sainsbury's Station Edinburgh

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Great gin, usually around £22-24 everywhere, rarely goes down to this price. Sorry for the laying down photo, I've already finished one bottle.
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I can see this going fast. oO
I find rather than pricking each sloe, if you freeze them first, then add them. That way they split and it speeds the process up and it's much easier than stabbing each sloe.
Of course .... We've been making it for several years now. It may take you a few attempts to get that crucial balance between the sweetness (the sugar), sour&fruit (the sloes) and of course the gin (alcohol & botanicals). But that's just the fun - it's hard not to get a tasty batch first time - and so much better than 'any' mass produced batch. Just watch out for those thorns oO

I just fill a bottle with sloes (you'll get used to finding your best locations), almost to the top - **** each one with a fork (as much as you can be bothered!) then next with sugar (i just used white granulated) then finally your gin to the top.

You might think that just use any old gin - but play around with them, i find the better your gin, the better your sloe gin. I.e in true hotdeals fashion - look out for good deals during the year.

Then just forget about them - then around Christmas time onwards you're good to go. After about 6 months i find it's best to remove the sloes as the skin tannins get a bit overpowering.

Edited By: heavygoodz on Jul 22, 2016 21:53: Shpelling
heavygoodz
Heated. If you really like your sloe gin, I recommend making your own this autumn.

Have you got any tested recipe? Much appreciated. :)
Heated. If you really like your sloe gin, I recommend making your own this autumn.
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Lego 75132 First Order Battle Pack Half Price £6.00 @ Sainsbury's

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Found this in my local Sainsburys, unsure if local or national.
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Already been listed, Nice to see they are still available
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£1.65 Taste The Difference Ciabatta 400g scanning at 75p! @ Sainsbury's

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The label said "New regular price of £1.65" but I had a nice surprise at the self service till when it actually cost me 75p! Tasty bargain.
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Its been advertised as 75p in the Leeds centre branch for quite a while. Nice bit of bread.
I'm very sorry but I seem to have unintentionally caught the cold vote icon whilst scrolling down. If I could change it I would vote HOT!
good find op, heat added
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Warburtons Seeded Five Seeded Batch Bread (800g) was £1.50 now £1.20 @ Sainsbury's

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Warburtons Seeded Five Seeded Batch Bread (800g) was £1.50 now £1.20 Description Thick Sliced Bread with Sesame Seed, Sunflower Seed, Brown Linseed, Millet Seed and Poppy Seed (Seed Mix 13%) Contai…
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When I pay £1.20 for a loaf, I'd expect more than just five seeds.
Best sliced loaf ever! :-)
I had this on the mycoupons app earlier too!
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Morrisons are currently selling it @ the same price without any reduction!
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Weetabix Cereal (48 x 18.75g) was £4.20 now £3.00 @ Sainsbury's

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Weetabix Cereal (48 x 18.75g) was £4.20 now £3.00
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Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum 70cl £10.00 instore at Sainsbury's - Norton

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£10 in Sainsburys in Norton. Still £20 on the website. Doubt it's national but could be as seemed to be discontinuing it.
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I was disappointed with old J I bought the gold one, though maybe my tastebuds have grown up since the first recipe. I actually prefer the new recipe now with a slice of lime squeezed in, my younger self would disappointed in me.
Lime is quite overpowering, all it's doing is neutralizing the cheap taste of SJ, may as well buy Morgans Spiced which is cheaper and squeeze lime in that instead, similar taste and you save money
Not really rum with lime is the way to do it for me with most of the mixer rums. I would never dare buy captain Morgan's spiced as its not technicall rum (like that old J non gold stuff). I'm into the Havana Especial for general mixing and Ron Zacappa for sipping. It's all about personal taste tbh the Old J really is too sweet for me.
not technically rum??? c'mon :)........the 'standard' 40% applies mostly to chile and venezuela and last i checked i was in the UK, besides it doesn't really apply as it's spiced/gold rum anyway
Lime kills any flavour, so if it's the norm for you then u have practically been drinking alcoholic lime juice? :D
granted though, the old SJ and Old J are very sweet, i understand how that can be overpowering for some, especially when mixed with coca cola. I don't drink neat spirits any more so i need a mixer these days.
Read the bottle of any 'rum' in the UK less than 37.5% it literally cannot state rum, it must say "a spirit drink made with rum" Look at actual Old J compared to the gold stuff online actual old J says spirit drink made with Caribbean rum. Classification of alcohols do apply here.
I honestly don't think a tiny slice of lime in my mixer rum is going to spoil it any less than the Coke I have added. It's personal taste and I like lime.

Yeah, that sounds like the EU for you.... but Rum is defined by how it's fermented, distilled and stored, the percentage is a silly law.

It reminds me a bit of the Chocolate in america where unless the cocoa content is high enough it cannot be called chocolate, it's rather silly.

It is true that any mixer affects the taste of a drink, blackcurrant is one of the best for masking the taste of something you wouldn't normally like. I know people who hate guiness and lager, but add some blackcurrant and they can happily drink it, lime isn't far behind, depends on how much you add of course but a squeeze of lime can mask the original taste so much that you may be liking the lime and not the drink you put it in.




Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Jul 24, 2016 17:37: a
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jayjayuk1234
Dannyrobbo
I was disappointed with old J I bought the gold one, though maybe my tastebuds have grown up since the first recipe. I actually prefer the new recipe now with a slice of lime squeezed in, my younger self would disappointed in me.
Lime is quite overpowering, all it's doing is neutralizing the cheap taste of SJ, may as well buy Morgans Spiced which is cheaper and squeeze lime in that instead, similar taste and you save money
Not really rum with lime is the way to do it for me with most of the mixer rums. I would never dare buy captain Morgan's spiced as its not technicall rum (like that old J non gold stuff). I'm into the Havana Especial for general mixing and Ron Zacappa for sipping. It's all about personal taste tbh the Old J really is too sweet for me.
not technically rum??? c'mon :)........the 'standard' 40% applies mostly to chile and venezuela and last i checked i was in the UK, besides it doesn't really apply as it's spiced/gold rum anyway
Lime kills any flavour, so if it's the norm for you then u have practically been drinking alcoholic lime juice? :D
granted though, the old SJ and Old J are very sweet, i understand how that can be overpowering for some, especially when mixed with coca cola. I don't drink neat spirits any more so i need a mixer these days.

Read the bottle of any 'rum' in the UK less than 37.5% it literally cannot state rum, it must say "a spirit drink made with rum" Look at actual Old J compared to the gold stuff online actual old J says spirit drink made with Caribbean rum. Classification of alcohols do apply here.

I honestly don't think a tiny slice of lime in my mixer rum is going to spoil it any less than the Coke I have added. It's personal taste and I like lime.
Dannyrobbo
jayjayuk1234
Dannyrobbo
I was disappointed with old J I bought the gold one, though maybe my tastebuds have grown up since the first recipe. I actually prefer the new recipe now with a slice of lime squeezed in, my younger self would disappointed in me.
Lime is quite overpowering, all it's doing is neutralizing the cheap taste of SJ, may as well buy Morgans Spiced which is cheaper and squeeze lime in that instead, similar taste and you save money
Not really rum with lime is the way to do it for me with most of the mixer rums. I would never dare buy captain Morgan's spiced as its not technicall rum (like that old J non gold stuff). I'm into the Havana Especial for general mixing and Ron Zacappa for sipping. It's all about personal taste tbh the Old J really is too sweet for me.

not technically rum??? c'mon :)........the 'standard' 40% applies mostly to chile and venezuela and last i checked i was in the UK, besides it doesn't really apply as it's spiced/gold rum anyway

Lime kills any flavour, so if it's the norm for you then u have practically been drinking alcoholic lime juice? :D

granted though, the old SJ and Old J are very sweet, i understand how that can be overpowering for some, especially when mixed with coca cola. I don't drink neat spirits any more so i need a mixer these days.







Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Jul 24, 2016 07:07: a
jayjayuk1234
Dannyrobbo
I was disappointed with old J I bought the gold one, though maybe my tastebuds have grown up since the first recipe. I actually prefer the new recipe now with a slice of lime squeezed in, my younger self would disappointed in me.
Lime is quite overpowering, all it's doing is neutralizing the cheap taste of SJ, may as well buy Morgans Spiced which is cheaper and squeeze lime in that instead, similar taste and you save money

Not really rum with lime is the way to do it for me with most of the mixer rums. I would never dare buy captain Morgan's spiced as its not technicall rum (like that old J non gold stuff). I'm into the Havana Especial for general mixing and Ron Zacappa for sipping. It's all about personal taste tbh the Old J really is too sweet for me.
Dannyrobbo
I was disappointed with old J I bought the gold one, though maybe my tastebuds have grown up since the first recipe. I actually prefer the new recipe now with a slice of lime squeezed in, my younger self would disappointed in me.

Lime is quite overpowering, all it's doing is neutralizing the cheap taste of SJ, may as well buy Morgans Spiced which is cheaper and squeeze lime in that instead, similar taste and you save money

Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Jul 23, 2016 16:52

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.