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HP Stream 11" from £119.00 @ Sainsbury's instore (Sunderland)

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HP Stream 11" for £119 (was £169) at Sainsburys Sunderland. PROCESSOR / CHIPSET CPU Intel Celeron N2840 / 2.16 GHz Max Turbo Speed 2.58 GHz Number of Cores Dual-Core Cache 1 MB 64-bit Computin…
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noiren
mikedigitales
Decent price, but if you don't need windows that Amazon Chromebook deal might be a better buy.
The Amazon Chromebook is a much better deal for sure, until you realise that you have to use your Google account password each time to login, which is all well and good if your password is 1234 but in my case and anyone in their right mind who relies on their Google account for almost anything I've set it to be as long and complex as possible.
It's ridiculous they wont let you set up a PIN number like on phones to unlock it.

That's a feature that is coming - it's experimental at the moment.

You can now unlock your Chromebook with a PIN
These used to be around £100, price seems to have gone up. Check out the lenovo 100s which is a similar machine but better screen, build quality.

Edited By: zaheer2003 on Aug 20, 2016 18:28
Cooltide

Personally, I wouldn't buy a Windows 8 machine now the free windows 10 upgrade has ended.

You can still get a free windows 10 upgrade here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/accessibility/windows10upgrade
Is this old Windows 8 stock clearance or a newer Windows 10 machine?
If it's Windows 10, I guess this is a OK price for what's essentially a low end Chromebook competitor.
If it's Windows 8, I think there are better Windows 8 clearance deals. E.g. this metal bodied, 64GB, full HD touchscreen 2 in 1 ASUS.
Asus T100 chi
Personally, I wouldn't buy a Windows 8 machine now the free windows 10 upgrade has ended. No matter how much unsaleable Windows 8 stock companies have left to clear cheaply from their shelves.

Edited By: Cooltide on Aug 19, 2016 05:53
This may possibly be a nationwide deal, as I saw this deal in the Clitheroe branch of Sainsbury's yesterday.
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Cadbury mini rolls 10 pack reduced from 2.50 to 63p Sainsburys Strathaven

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Cadbury ice cream flavour mini rolls Choc hazelnut and Neapolitan flavour reduced to 63p Found in sainsburys Strathaven Never tried them but says to try frozen so will give them a taste when the k…
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Great spot. Heat added.
They taste nice frozen , oO lucky you ur kids have started :| ours are first week of september why is it early for you
good find op, heat added
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Rubicon Carton 1l £1.00 @ Sainsbury's

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Found this deal at local Sainsburys Darnley Glasgow and this price is for all flavours sorry dont know if nationwide
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Oops reviewing my last comment, could be misinterpreted!, I meant passion flavour
It's hard to get the passion, heat added
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Tesco £1 for 1L Rubicon or £1.50 for 1.5L Rubicon
Morrisons two 1L Rubicon for £2
Iceland two 1L Rubicon for £2

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4Pack 1L Rubicans £3 at ASDA
https://groceries.asda.com/product/drinks/rubicon-mango-juice-drink/59800682
https://groceries.asda.com/product/drinks/rubicon-guava-juice-drink/910000790953

Edited By: andreocean on Aug 18, 2016 00:54: Adding
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Sainsburys - 6 supermalt for 20p

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20p for case of 6 Supermalt bottle's at my local Sainsburys Darnley Glasgow dont know if nationwide.
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Muig1972
Supermalt is very high in sugar: there's about 10.5 teaspoons in a 330ml can, compared with 8.75 in a can of coke.
...but hey, I don't care as it's one of my favourite soft drinks! 8)

You'll care when you're diabetic ;)
Most refreshing drink I've ever had. Can't get it around here for some reason. But you do have to be care as it's really will put the weight on you.
Has any one found this deal in, or near, London please?
Supermalt is very high in sugar: there's about 10.5 teaspoons in a 330ml can, compared with 8.75 in a can of coke.

...but hey, I don't care as it's one of my favourite soft drinks! 8)
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Pure Dairy Free Sunflower Spread (500g) was £1.60 now £1.00 @ Sainsbury's

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This deal will end on Tuesday 30th August Pure Dairy Free Sunflower Spread (Dairy & Gluten Free) (500g) was £1.60 now £1.00 Pure Dairy Free Soya Spread (500g) was £1.60 now £1.00 Pure Olive S…
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Not very nice, I prefer Vitalite.
sowotsdis
Always this price and they can't shift many as it's yuk
Mine's been in the fridge 3/4 full for 3mths and I'm reluctant to eat or chuck it.
For extra quid Lurpak all day.................mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

It's great to use in crumbles and the like!
Bought 2 tubs. Best non dairy one for me, although I like the lactofree spread, but it's pricey.
Was like this a month ago, 'tis a shame the mini one where I live don't have it
My favourite. Heat.
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Albert Bartlett Rooster Homestyle Chips (900g) was £1.50 now £1.00 @ Sainsbury's

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This deal ends on Tuesday 30th August Albert Bartlett Rooster Homestyle Chips (900g) was £1.50 now £1.00 Ingredients Potato (92%), Sunflower Oil, Batter (4%) (Wheat Flour (Wheat Flour, Calciu…
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Great chips. The best out there for me. I fry mine too. Got mine from Morrisons last week. They're doing the big 1.5kg bag for £1.50 if that helps anyone (til 4th sept). This is a good deal though, so heat from me.
bought these last weekend...delicious!
Great chips!
These are the best out there. Happy to pay extra for these.

Had them last night - fried!!
Agreed these are great chips, only bettered by Waitrose Dutchy chips but those are for more expensive.
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Sainsbury's Taste the Difference Crispy Beetroot & Chilli Samosas (4 = 160g) Introductory Offer: Only £1.25 @ Sainsbury's

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This deal will end on Tuesday 20th September Sainsbury's Taste the Difference Crispy Beetroot & Chilli Samosas (4 = 160g) Introductory Offer: Only £1.25
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Anyone tried these yet - opinions?
The normal four pack of vegetable samosas cost £2 so these ones must be at least £2.50, perhaps £3
Surely its not actually a deal if the proper price isn't known . There's a lot of meals in the taste the difference range on introductory offer at the moment , looking at some of them I hope the real price isn't double the offer price.
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yorkypikey
What's the normal price going to be ?
Don't know yet think they went on sale today but probably double?

Samosa's vary so much in size! These are quite small so as with most Asian snacks found in the Supermarket they will be expensive.
What's the normal price going to be ?
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Sainsbury's Little Ones Baby Oil (300ml) was £1.50 now 50p @ Sainsbury's

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This deal ends Tuesday 30th August Sainsbury's Little Ones Baby Oil (300ml) was £1.50 now 50p Sainsbury's Little Ones Baby Lotion (500ml) was 80p now 70p
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Using a natural oil like sunflower or grape seed oil is better for baby's skin.
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Heidsieck Monopole Blue Top Brut, Non Vintage 75cl was £25.00 now £15.00 @ Sainsbury's

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This Deal ends on Tuesday 30th August Heidsieck Monopole Blue Top Brut, Non Vintage 75cl was £25.00 now £15.00 (You can also get an extra 25% off if you buy 6 bottle or more)
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Thanks OP - remarkably good deal. £11.25 a bottle, buying 6, with a further £18 off for spending £60+ with £20 food.

So £18 of the £20 food was free, and the champagne was way under half the normal price. :)
This champagne is too fizzy and the bubbles too sharp. They hurt your tongue
Fab deal.... Would work great with the new customer code (Obv if your new customer ;) )
awesome.....shame my wine delivery is coming today and i can't add to ti now :(
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Bombay sapphire Gin £18.00 1lt bottle @ Sainsbury's

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Bombay sapphire 1lt bottle only £18
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Does anyone know at the time when the deal was advertised to run until ????

They bave just robbed me by charging full price for delivery of this even tho it accepted my order for £18 each
Deal now expired
Was same on ocado too
celebrate A level results day!!
mark9000
Great price. On the same promo end. Kraken rum 1litre £20!!
Now to explain all this booze to the missus.


Surely you mean 70cl !!!

Would happily pay £20 for a Ltr bottle . :)
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Sainsburys 150 nectar points Free [very simple] BestChristmas

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click on link, enter your nectar card number, then select one of the six pictures that would make the best christmas, all done Simple, do it before 31st august 2016 just had a postal leaflet which…
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click on link, enter your nectar card number, then select one of the six pictures that would make the best christmas, all done
Simple, do it before 31st august 2016
just had a postal leaflet which get 350 points for a £1 spend too.. bonus
Offer available to original recipient only and is not transferable. One reward of 150 Nectar points per customer. Nectar points will be allocated to qualifying customer accounts within 28 days.
Been trying all week keeps going to an error page!!! Come on Sainsburys get it sorted.
R. Saunders
When is a link not a link! JTW.
"technical reasons" link cannot be accessed. Is is possible to extend the date say to 31 August 2017??
Lel6o
This isn't working. Lots of Sainsburys customers are probably wasting their time trying to get 150 bonus points. I reckon the people who have tried should be given extra bonus points for the aggro.

It does work but not by clicking on the link, you need to either copy and paste it or write it in the search bar yourself.

However it does say "Offer available to original recipient only and is not transferable" so expect them to either not give the point or have them revoked.

Edited By: joshp on Aug 23, 2016 15:22
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Dairy Milk bars (Wildlife bars in the 1980s) reduced from 25p to 13p @ Sainsburys (INSTORE ONLY)

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Dairy Milk bars (18g) that used to be Wildlife bars when I was a kid (and were 10p back then) are reduced at Sainburys from 25p to 13p. I went to buy my Yorkie a cheese burger from McDonalds but qu…
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I think these were 15p as far back as I can remember (born 90). Freddo, Taz and Chomp were 10p but these were 15p!
http://paulsimportedbritishfood.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/animalbar-590x442.jpg

Still available, and in fact 75p for 4 in ASDA.

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/3c/49/55/3c4955d4294aac09929aa5cef9b9c3bf.jpg

No Idea when they stopped making them, but sure i remember them in the lates 80's maybe early 90's
Only the crumbliest, flakiest chocolate........................misses your mouth and makes a mess on the floor.
what has a hazel nut in every bite..............................Squirrels Sh**.
Less than 1p a gram? I'm in ;)
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Sainsburys Wollemi chardonnay and Shiraz £2.82

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Its back! Normally £3.75 a bottle but Sainsburys have their buy 6 get a further 25% off promotion and they usually last for a few days. so each bottle works out at £2.82. can't go wrong at that price.…
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VINEGAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Can anyone recommend some nice red wines that are in the offer ???
great wine at £2.82. It's strange but it seems ( in my opinion) to be supplied more often in smaller Sainsburys stores than the larger ones. in the Sainsburys Locals it always £4.00​
Good wine ---------------------- if you can get it.
jeczap
it's a great wine for the price....but it can get out of control if everyone makes a separate post for each bottle of wine - when they're ALL on offer


​it can definitely get out of control at £2.82 a bottle.
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Sainsburys Taste the Difference Indian curry ready meals half price now £1.80 Chicken Tikka Masala & rice, Korma, Biryani online and instore

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Sainsbury's Indian Chicken Tikka Masala & Rice, Taste the Difference  was £3.60 now £1.80 in store and online also Korma http://www.sainsburys.co.uk/shop/gb/groceries/sainsburys-kashmiri-chic…
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In case anyone was wondering, Sainsburys told me:

"We've introduced new TTD meals and have them on a introductory offer at £3. As well as introducing these new meals, we've decided to discontinue the old range in which they may have been reduced to clear at £1.80 to make room for the new range. This in turn may have misled some of our customer.(sic)"
Unfortunately offer's ended. £3, reduced from £3.60 in store today.

http://www.sainsburys.co.uk/shop/gb/groceries/chilled-/taste-the-difference-ready-meals
All 3 of my local stores don`t even stock the TTD Curry range anymore...
£3 in my local store as well. Getting "cold" from me.
tawse57
So this gets over 800 degree heat despite most being unable to get it - has anyone got it other than the OP?
I got 2x Chicken Jalfrezi in Altrincham yesterday. Lunch today and tomorrow!
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Sainsbury's Ice Cube Tray x2 Half Price £1.50 instore

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Sainsbury's Ice Cube Tray x2 £1.50 - instore @ Sainsburys
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Microsoft wired kbd £3.00 @ Sainsbury's

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Microsoft wired keyboard at sainsbury in Milton Keynes store. Seems good deal
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This is already posted. Seems they're in a few different stores I've been in. Heat added.
wuz lukin 4 a kbd, dis camee up in the srch rzltz. thx.
It would help us if you could tell us where you located this at this price as it's most likely going to be a local-only deal.
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25% off 6 bottles of wine or more @ Sainsburys

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25% off when you buy 6 bottles of wine or more. Inc sparkling, fortified, champagne, and boxed wines. Online now, for delivery tomorrow (16/08/16) In store 16/08/16
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Picked up 12 from here and 12 from Tescos. that should last me 2 weeks!
DCFC79
square72
No point me doing it, everytime and I mean everytime they deliver only 5 saying that 6 weren't available. Funny that isn't it, just so I don't get 25% off.
Thanks for letting people know though OP, heat added
​Go and get the wine yourself
I don't live near a Sainsburys and I don't drive so it wouldnt be worth the cab fair.
square72
No point me doing it, everytime and I mean everytime they deliver only 5 saying that 6 weren't available. Funny that isn't it, just so I don't get 25% off.
Thanks for letting people know though OP, heat added
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From the site

"Add to your trolley the stated combination of products from the list below and you'll only be charged the offer price at checkout. Promotion not in all stores"
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LEGO Various (75909) £9.75 Sainsbury Newhaven

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Few LEGO sets in Sainsbury Newhaven. A few quid off each, some listed same price on prime. Was in a rush so some aren't listed. 60081 - £11.99 31037 - £11.99 60073 - £11.99 31031 - £9.74 42033
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cocollino
If it was really 75905 for £9.75 it would be the bargain of the year.


​whoops! obviously can't read my own writing!
If it was really 75905 for £9.75 it would be the bargain of the year.
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Aluminium sauce pan 28cm £5.00 @ Sainsbury's - Huddersfield

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Huddersfield Sainsbury's store aluminium 28cm sauce pan Non stick Dishwasher safe Lots in stock
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Jolly marvellous .Heat added :)
dicki
batvink
dicki
Great price but wary of using aluminium pans as it is linked to alzheimers. Rather have stainless steel pans if given the choice.
​please check your facts before making such statements. don't forget steel contains iron which was part of the same flawed study. you'll also need to replace your copper water pipes, another metal that was identified in the study.
And if you are really concerned stop drinking tea first. that's your biggest daily exposure to aluminium.
Thank you, you have highlighted interesting facts which I am already familiar with. Aluminium is worrying present in much of what we eat and drink or absorb.
There are countless medical studies that indicate that there is a link to alzheimers and aluminium, e.g. Professor Chrisopher Exley, of Keele University, said that exposure to aluminium causes deposits in the human brain which can exacerbate other problems. Writing in the journal Frontiers in Neurology he said: “We are all accumulating a known neurotoxin in our brain from our conception to our death. “The presence of aluminium in the human brain should be a red flag alerting us all to the potential dangers of the aluminium age.” In view of this, as I said in my original post, that I personally preferred to purchase a non-aluminium pan. We all have freedom of choice.
Thank you, you have highlighted interesting facts which I am already familiar with. Yes, aluminium is worrying present in much of what we eat and drink or absorb.
There are countless medical studies that indicate that there is a link to alzheimers and aluminium, e.g. Professor Chrisopher Exley, of Keele University, said that exposure to aluminium causes deposits in the human brain which can exacerbate other problems. Writing in the journal Frontiers in Neurology he said: “We are all accumulating a known neurotoxin in our brain from our conception to our death. “The presence of aluminium in the human brain should be a red flag alerting us all to the potential dangers of the aluminium age.” In view of this, as I said in my original post, that I personally preferred to purchase a non-aluminium pan. We all have freedom of choice.
Wow that echo sure bounces around the room! :{
batvink
dicki
Great price but wary of using aluminium pans as it is linked to alzheimers. Rather have stainless steel pans if given the choice.
​please check your facts before making such statements. don't forget steel contains iron which was part of the same flawed study. you'll also need to replace your copper water pipes, another metal that was identified in the study.
And if you are really concerned stop drinking tea first. that's your biggest daily exposure to aluminium.
Thank you, you have highlighted interesting facts which I am already familiar with. Aluminium is worrying present in much of what we eat and drink or absorb.
There are countless medical studies that indicate that there is a link to alzheimers and aluminium, e.g. Professor Chrisopher Exley, of Keele University, said that exposure to aluminium causes deposits in the human brain which can exacerbate other problems. Writing in the journal Frontiers in Neurology he said: “We are all accumulating a known neurotoxin in our brain from our conception to our death. “The presence of aluminium in the human brain should be a red flag alerting us all to the potential dangers of the aluminium age.” In view of this, as I said in my original post, that I personally preferred to purchase a non-aluminium pan. We all have freedom of choice.
Thank you, you have highlighted interesting facts which I am already familiar with. Yes, aluminium is worrying present in much of what we eat and drink or absorb.
There are countless medical studies that indicate that there is a link to alzheimers and aluminium, e.g. Professor Chrisopher Exley, of Keele University, said that exposure to aluminium causes deposits in the human brain which can exacerbate other problems. Writing in the journal Frontiers in Neurology he said: “We are all accumulating a known neurotoxin in our brain from our conception to our death. “The presence of aluminium in the human brain should be a red flag alerting us all to the potential dangers of the aluminium age.” In view of this, as I said in my original post, that I personally preferred to purchase a non-aluminium pan. We all have freedom of choice.
I've been using these for years, great pans for cooking anything in. Great price which I've seen in 2 separate sainsburys
dicki
Great price but wary of using aluminium pans as it is linked to alzheimers. Rather have stainless steel pans if given the choice.


​please check your facts before making such statements. don't forget steel contains iron which was part of the same flawed study. you'll also need to replace your copper water pipes, another metal that was identified in the study.
And if you are really concerned stop drinking tea first. that's your biggest daily exposure to aluminium.
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Netgear Powerline 1200 £21.00 instore Sainsbury's - Heaton Park

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Netgear Powerline 1200 found in Sainsburys Heaton Park 3-4 still on the shelves
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just been in to Heaton Park store and non left now... staff member said discontinued
Contacted a load of local stores plus the facebook page and they are apparently nowhere to be found anymore. If anyone hears anything different tho :)
Extra outlet version same price too

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.

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