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Tesco have an offer on at the moment for Johnsons Baby Products.

If you buy 2 Johnson baby products they give you 100 clubcard points.

The cheapest item is Johnsons Baby Powder 200g (small) for 76p so 2 of these are £1.52 but you get 100 points. Convert these to clubcard deals gives you £4.00 worth so a profit there of £2.48 and loads of powder.

Go to Tesco.com which shows the full range on the offer which is on until 13/11.

wots more use the £10 of £30 codes (listed on hukd) and buy 40 small bottles for a total of about £24.39 (if u get the £3.99 delivery option) and 2000 points worth £80!!!!
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#1
used £10 off already but a scorching hot deal
#2
Be warned you are unlikely to get a delivery of anything like 40 talcs - this J&J "loophole" is the headline in this week's MSE tip email.

Get in the tin shed stores if you fancy some.
#3
Qualifying products (prices correct as of 00:20 17/10/2007)

£0.76,"Johnsons Baby Powder 200g"
£0.98,"Johnsons Baby Moisturisingcream 100ml"
£1.18,"Johnsons Baby Soap 4 Bar Pack"
£1.39,"Johnsons Cotton Buds Drum 200"
£1.48,"J & J Baby Softwashcreamwash 250ml"
£1.50,"Johnsons Baby Lotion 300ml"
£1.67,"Johnsons Baby Bedtime Oil 300ml"
£1.68,"Johnsons Baby Powder 500g"
£1.89,"Johnsons Baby Camomile Shampoo 300ml"
£1.92,"Johnsons Baby Gold Shampoo 300ml"
£1.92,"Johnsons Baby Bedtime Bath 300ml"
£1.94,"Johnsons Baby Soothing Naturalcream 100ml"
£1.94,"Johnsons Baby Bath 300ml"
£2.08,"Johnsons Baby Softwash 250ml"
£2.08,"Johnsons Baby Oil 300ml"
£2.13,"Johnsons Baby Aloe Vera Oil 300ml"
£2.39,"J & J Baby Bedtimemassaging Wash 250ml"
£2.46,"Johnsons Baby Soothing Naturallotion 250ml"
£2.47,"Johnsons Baby Softwash 400ml"
£2.47,"Johnsons Baby Powder Lavender & Camomile 425g"
£2.47,"Johnsons Baby Bath 500ml"
£2.47,"Johnsons Baby Oil 500ml"
£2.48,"Johnsons Baby Lotion 500ml"
£2.48,"Johnsons Baby Gold Shampoo 500ml"
£2.48,"Johnsons Baby Bedtime Bath 500ml"
£2.49,"Johnsons Baby Moisturising Bath 500ml"
£2.59,"Johnsons Baby Detangling Conditioner 500ml"
£2.60,"Johnsons Baby Camomile Shampoo 500ml"
£2.60,"Johnsons Baby Top To Toe Wash 500ml"
£2.67,"Johnsons Baby Detangling Shampoo 500ml"
£2.67,"Johnsons Baby Relaxing Shampoo500ml"
£2.77,"Johnsons Baby Camomile Oil Gel200ml"
£2.77,"J & J Baby Bedtimemassaging Wash 400ml"
£2.78,"Johnsons Baby Softwash Bath Extracare 400ml"
£2.78,"Johnsons Baby Softwash Calming400ml"
£2.78,"Johnsons Baby Softwash Extracare 400ml"
£2.83,"Johnsons Baby Nursing Pads 30"
£2.99,"Johnsons Baby Softwash Oil Gelwash 400ml"
£2.99,"Johnsons Baby Soothing Naturalcream 250ml"
£2.99,"Johnsons Baby Bedtime Cream 250ml"
£2.99,"Johnsons Baby Soothing Naturalbath 400ml"
#4
thepearce
Be warned you are unlikely to get a delivery of anything like 40 talcs - this J&J "loophole" is the headline in this week's MSE tip email.

Get in the tin shed stores if you fancy some.

I think this is more of a Hot Tip than a Hot Deal. :giggle:
#5
This is the loophole I discovered last night and decided not to list it because I know people will get greedy and ruin it for everyone else.

Tesco doesn't actually allow you to order more than 10 of the same product, so you'll be limited but here are the benefits for the cheapest products to beat the £30 threshhold and then apply the £10 voucher:

Baby powder 76p each x 10 = £7.60 with 500 extra points
Moisturising cream 98p each x 10 = £9.80 with 500 extra points
Soap bar (4 pack) £1.18 each x 10 = £11.80 with 500 extra points
200 Cotton buds £1.39 each x 2 = £2.78 with 100 extra points

Total of £31.98 - £10 voucher = £21.98 + £16.31 points worth £65.24 in deals
#6
Reminds me of the good old days when they did 750 points on a £2 pack of Birds Eye roast beef in gravy. One guy emptied all the shops and went to New Zealand. Trouble is I couldn't find one pack in a 20 mile radius! I just pity the people with babies, who will find the shelves empty!
#7
I remember him, he lost his job over it. Full story here
#8
no that wasnt him
that chap did fraud it wasnt a loophole
like the roast beef oor the bananas
#9
Instructions: Following on from the deal that has been posted by emmajk42 Tesco are actually doing the £10 off £30 deal for a whole month, all the required codes are below! XX2GFP valid 1/10 - 7/10 - expired * XXVZYG valid 8/10 - 14/10 - expired * XXPV9X valid 15/10 - 21/10 XX4VRR valid 22/10 - 28/10 Thanks to beckybloomwood over at MSE for originally posting these codes

THIS IS FOR THE PEOPLE THAT DIDNT READ LIKE ME =p
#10
Is this deal (100 points) available in store?.
#11
Voted HOT - just booked a Virgin holiday to Florida using £3500 of Tesco CC deal tokens.
#12
Will an order of 10 items of the same thing get you 500 points or just 100?
#13
mouseclick
Reminds me of the good old days when they did 750 points on a £2 pack of Birds Eye roast beef in gravy. One guy emptied all the shops and went to New Zealand. Trouble is I couldn't find one pack in a 20 mile radius! I just pity the people with babies, who will find the shelves empty!
It was 150 extra points for 3 packets (66/65p each). The chap (at least the one I'm thinking of) is a chapess.

The "bulk buy" policy varies from store to store.

I bought 1,100 odd packets in one go at Portsmouth Tesco ;) and still have most of the points.

I'm sure people with babies could manage with "own label" talc.
#14
WolvertonPaul
Will an order of 10 items of the same thing get you 500 points or just 100?

500
#15
thepearce
It was 150 extra points for 3 packets (66/65p each). The chap (at least the one I'm thinking of) is a chapess.

The "bulk buy" policy varies from store to store.

I bought 1,100 odd packets in one go at Portsmouth Tesco ;) and still have most of the points.

I'm sure people with babies could manage with "own label" talc.


With Tesco being everywhere now you can probably find a dozen stores in a 5 mile radius anyhow!
#16
realfriendlyman
This is the loophole I discovered last night and decided not to list it because I know people will get greedy and ruin it for everyone else.

Tesco doesn't actually allow you to order more than 10 of the same product, so you'll be limited but here are the benefits for the cheapest products to beat the £30 threshhold and then apply the £10 voucher:

Baby powder 76p each x 10 = £7.60 with 500 extra points
Moisturising cream 98p each x 10 = £9.80 with 500 extra points
Soap bar (4 pack) £1.18 each x 10 = £11.80 with 500 extra points
200 Cotton buds £1.39 each x 2 = £2.78 with 100 extra points

Total of £31.98 - £10 voucher = £21.98 + £16.31 points worth £65.24 in deals

dont forget delivery is on top ;) ...... still a great plan !!!
#17
thepearce
It was 150 extra points for 3 packets (66/65p each). The chap (at least the one I'm thinking of) is a chapess.

The "bulk buy" policy varies from store to store.

I bought 1,100 odd packets in one go at Portsmouth Tesco ;) and still have most of the points.

I'm sure people with babies could manage with "own label" talc.

did you eat it all:w00t:
#18
Looks a great deal for 'cheap' points which are pretty thin on the ground at the moment!

Nice spot!
#19
Interesting - but what are you going to do with all the stuff you end up with, surely you don't need that much baby stuff (maybe if you are planning on having triplets or something)?
#20
nfedwards
what is going on here 100 points is only worth 10 pence in vouchers (or 40 pence in clubcard deals) c'mon basic maths.:-(


What about basic sentence structure and comprehension? 100 points = £1 of clubcard points.

http://www.tesco.com/clubcard/clubcard/faq/#3 under 'What do I get back?'
#21
thelucster
Interesting - but what are you going to do with all the stuff you end up with, surely you don't need that much baby stuff (maybe if you are planning on having triplets or something)?



Sell it at a car boot sale - quids in! :)
#22
I just bought two talcums at our local store and did NOT get these points. Has this offer been pulled already???
#23
thepearce
It was 150 extra points for 3 packets (66/65p each). The chap (at least the one I'm thinking of) is a chapess.

The "bulk buy" policy varies from store to store.

I bought 1,100 odd packets in one go at Portsmouth Tesco ;) and still have most of the points.

I'm sure people with babies could manage with "own label" talc.


I bought around 1,500 packs of beef during that offer, gave most of them to a local shelter and pocketed the profits :thumbsup:
#24
biglugs1
I just bought two talcums at our local store and did NOT get these points. Has this offer been pulled already???




The offer is still still showing online

Trying this out in basket,but no points showing @ checkout stage....are they suppose to show at this stage.....? :thinking: or do they go onto card later...as i normally shop in store,not sure about this method of buying...
#25
Can't seem to find the products on their website..

Is this offer still avaliable and which part of the site is it on?
#26
biglugs1
I just bought two talcums at our local store and did NOT get these points. Has this offer been pulled already???

were they johnsons?
#27
thelucster
Interesting - but what are you going to do with all the stuff you end up with, surely you don't need that much baby stuff (maybe if you are planning on having triplets or something)?

Give it to a charity!
#28
leiclad
Can't seem to find the products on their webite..


Just put Johnsons in the search box @ Teso's and it brings them all up....:thumbsup:
#29
biglugs1
I just bought two talcums at our local store and did NOT get these points. Has this offer been pulled already???

Just bought 4 today at my store and 200 points added to my account.
#30
thelucster
Interesting - but what are you going to do with all the stuff you end up with, surely you don't need that much baby stuff (maybe if you are planning on having triplets or something)?

One good idea,taken from MSE:

What to do with all that talcum powder

There's only so much you can use in a day to pamper your body, so some helpful MoneySavers created a fun discussion to bounce around ideas for [COLOR=#0000ff]alternative uses for talcum powder[/COLOR]. Alternatively its worth noting that the UK's soldiers are looking for donations for [COLOR=#0000ff]Christmas parcels [/COLOR]and Talcum Powders on there; so you may decide to buy, gain and do a civic duty
#31
were they johnsons?

Absolutely - seems some people are getting these points and some not. Possibly because the local stores computer systems aren't updated yet?? I bought mine in a Tesco local.
#32
biglugs1
I just bought two talcums at our local store and did NOT get these points. Has this offer been pulled already???


Did you complain, or return the talc?
#33
I find a good use of talcum powder is for keeping left hand nice and smooth whilst playing snooker, there's nothing worse than the cue jumping about all over the place because you're a bit sweaty!
#34
Is this good only for those who can have groceries delivered to their address (which we don't)? I can't seem to find anywhere using Search, apart from some plastic ware and baby wipes.
#35
Have just tried with an alternative address, and can't add any of these items to my basket.
#36
Did you complain, or return the talc?

It was only after I'd paid and got the receipt that I noticed - so couldn't be bothered to argue the toss for two bottles of talc.
#37
how do i know if this has worked or not online, i can't see anywhere that says how many clubcard points i'll get when i check out?
#38
WolvertonPaul
With Tesco being everywhere now you can probably find a dozen stores in a 5 mile radius anyhow!


I decided to check.

25 stores within 5 miles of my current location in Ealing, London.

Crikey.

This does include Express and Metro of course, plus the very pretty store in the old Hoover Building.
#39
realfriendlyman
Tesco doesn't actually allow you to order more than 10 of the same product,


that is correct, we have a bulk buying policy:thumbsup:
#40
saxo_appeal
that is correct, we have a bulk buying policy:thumbsup:


how does it not allow you to order over 10?

i just did what it said in the post and its all gone through fine?

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