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Free £5 House of Fraser Gift Card in Daily Telegraph **TODAY** LAST CHANCE

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The Telegraph has teamed up with House of Fraser to offer every reader a free £5 gift card. How to claim To receive your £5 gift card, simply collect the coupon printed in either the Telegraph on… Read More
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7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago
The Telegraph has teamed up with House of Fraser to offer every reader a free £5 gift card.
How to claim

To receive your £5 gift card, simply collect the coupon printed in either the Telegraph on Saturday, October 25 and The Sunday Telegraph on October 25, 2009 and present it at any till point in a House of Fraser before November 8, 2009.

Terms and conditions apply, see the coupon for further details.

For details of House of Frasers opening hours or to find your nearest store, visit http://www.houseoffraser.co.uk.
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#1
They did this earlier for a £5-00 Gift Card for use in their Home department.

But reading the bit on line think this can be used for anywhere in House of Fraser.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/promotions/6397537/Shopping-discount-Free-5-House-of-Fraser-gift-card.html#
#2
this might sound like a silly question but how much is the telegraph? :?
#3
Wonder if this one is printable, like the home one was? I printed out 20 copies of the voucher, took them to various till points and ended up with a dozen of the gift cards! Unfortunately every time I've been, there's been a '10% off everything' or similar promo on, so I've not managed to spend any yet as they're only valid on full price items.
#4
e19nat
this might sound like a silly question but how much is the telegraph? :?


According to Tesco.com £1.80 Saturday, £1.90 Sunday
banned#5
does anyone know if there is a printabe version?
#6
tazza_b
does anyone know if there is a printabe version?


There was with the last one. Not sure about this one though. If there is it may be online tomorrow when the paper comes out.
#7
kingchris
According to Tesco.com £1.80 Saturday, £1.90 Sunday


That is a complete rip off, for a newspaper!!!
#8
So it's more like a £3.20 voucher.. still pretty good though
#9
dave smith
So it's more like a £3.20 voucher.. still pretty good though


Well, £3.20 and then £3.10 voucher :-D

Spend £3.70, save £10 - plus there are invariably unexpected (or unannouched) money off tokens so can be a little more worthwhile.

I try either buy mine from Tesco/Sainsbury to add up the loyalty points (so approx 30p value in Tesco Clubcard Deals) or from Superdrug's where I get 2.5% cashback on offline shopping via Greasy (so this would be 10p cashback - if I can get to S'Drugs both days)
#10
notts6501
the Telegraph on Saturday, October 25 and The Sunday Telegraph on October 25, 2009


2 days with the same date??? (don't worry, they got it wrong on the link you copied it from)
#11
has anybody got a printable version yet?
#12
kingchris
According to Tesco.com £1.80 Saturday, £1.90 Sunday


Thanks! :) looks like a good deal!
banned#13
craig guy
has anybody got a printable version yet?




Just what iw as going to asklol
#14
ive tried looking for a printable version with no success.
banned#15
daym, no papers left round where i live, sold out practicaly straight away lol
#16
Not worth the effort. Can only be used on non-sale items in the home department. I have one myself and will never use it. The non-sale stuff was well pricey.
#17
matedodgy
Not worth the effort. Can only be used on non-sale items in the home department. I have one myself and will never use it. The non-sale stuff was well pricey.


NO. THOSE WERE THE OLD ONES. THESE ARE A NORMAL £5-00 gift card to be used anywhere in the store, valid for 3 years.

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