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Stationery Reduced @ Sainsbury's Local - From 15p instore (Bingley Store)

£0.15 @ Sainsbury's
Lots of branded & own brand stationary bargain's at Sainsbury's local (Bingley Store). Grabbed a few bits last night. Didn't get chance to post last night but lots still on the shelf at 11pm when… Read More
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2m, 2d agoFound 2 months, 2 days ago
Lots of branded & own brand stationary bargain's at Sainsbury's local (Bingley Store).
Grabbed a few bits last night. Didn't get chance to post last night but lots still on the shelf at 11pm when they closed.

Think it might be national, worth a check if your passing your local.

Reductions -

Oval Rubber/Eraser - 15p
Large Black Leaver Arch Files - 60p
SuperFlex Bendy Rulers - 30p
Large Desktop Calculator - 75p
Tipp Ex Rapid Corrective Fluid - 45p
Maped Math Set In Case - £1.20
On Hand Sellotape Dispenser - 60p
Reporters pad - 45p
Maped 5000 Staples - 60p
Colouring Pencils 10pk - 30p
Zebra Pens 10rpk Mixed Colours - 75p
Oxford A5 Wired Notebook - 80p/90p ** (Label says 80p/90p but scanning at full - See note below **)

(EDITED - SOME OF POST WAS MISSING)
Plus things I didn't buy (Don't quite know why??), such as -
Black Marker Pens 2pk - Think they were 60p
Pencils - 30p
Plus other bits & bobs.
They also had -
Easter light up spinners reduced to £1.50
Also other Easter bits reduced in store.

**Be careful and check your receipt for overcharges. Just noticed I've been charged £5 for the Oxford note book instead of reduced price of 90p.
Rang up this morning and they are honoring the reduced price.
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1 Like #1
Well done
1 Like #2
It will still be on the shelf, it cannot move.
1 Like #3
.oO fab haul, will check my local I have a child who starts comp soon so need to stock up and save where I can.
1 Like #4
If its stationary, how can it be reduced?
2 Likes #5
This deal isn't going anywhere....
#6
I've edited and added to my original post because some of it was missing. Not sure why or what happened but I've managed to correct it now.
1 Like #7
Also in some bigger stores.
1 Like #8
Noticed it in my Local last night too but only a few things left. Reams of paper £1.50 (was £5) but empty shelf!
#9
good find op, heat added
#10
Got packs of 10 Bic Cristal pens for £0.65 in the big Sainsbys near us. Plus lots of envelopes and jiffy bags for pennies.
Pens had the £10 if you use all the ink promotion on packet.

Edited By: termite on Apr 21, 2017 19:36
#11
I'll pick some up tomorrow, it's unlikely to have gone anywhere... Being stationery...
#12
Thanks, just picked up various different bits. There was still quite a bit in stock.
1 Like #13
From Oldbury
Sharpie Stained 8 Pack - £3 (usually over £10)
Sharpie Twin Tip 8 Pack - same as above.

I also picked up a small notepad for 60p.
#14
Got lots from Washington today - frixion pens for £1.20 for 3! Be careful though - a Parker pen said £3 and staff were very unpleasant about it when it scanned at £12 and wouldn't honour the price.
1 Like #15
67traveller
This deal isn't going anywhere....


Oops! Ha! Only just realised my spelling/grammar mistake in my deal description!
At least i managed to spell the title correctly, however I'm not sure that makes it any better.

Stationary - Static
Stationery - Writing materials etc...
#16
Quite a bit in Blackpole Worcester. Sharpie Twin Tip £3, Pentel Energel x 2 pack £1.20, Papernate Flexigrip 5pk £2.10, Uniball Vision 2pk £1.20

Plenty more pens and things like erasers postit notes and clips at decent prices too.
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stephxyz
Got lots from Washington today - frixion pens for £1.20 for 3! Be careful though - a Parker pen said £3 and staff were very unpleasant about it when it scanned at £12 and wouldn't honour the price.


I don't get why staff begrudge honouring price errors especially when it's for a small amount. I was a retail manager & I always honoured reasonable prices (I.e within my discretionary power) because...
1)It's not worth losing customers over a few pounds.
2)It costs the company more money to have a member of staff spend time arguing, then a manager is usually called (more time), then a complaint both in store & to h/o (even more time).Then h/o usually issue a gesture of good will (more time & money). It's not worth it, especially for a few pounds. By the time their done they have cost themselves more than they would have lost if they had just honoured the price in the first place.

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