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Free £5 Of Bread, Milk & More

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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
The great British milkman now brings you much more than milk. In fact, he delivers over 250 daily essentials, bright and early in the morning, up to six days a week. Saving you that extra trip to the shops.

First enter your postcode to check that we can deliver to you, then register your details.

Have a look at the range of product available and place your order.

In your shopping basket, click on "edit and confirm", enter your promo code "ACT5" and click "GO".

Click "confirm" once you're happy with your order and enter your payment details. Your order will now appear in the "My Confirmed Orders" section.

Payment is monthly and £5 will be automatically deducted from your first invoice, which you'll receive on the 20th of the month.

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#1
Milkmen still exist, wow!
#2
heat and rep added xxxxxxxxx
#3
heated up great for the elderly disabled and others that cant get out all the time
#4
pinkmelonsmr2
[FONT="Arial Black"][SIZE="3"][COLOR="RoyalBlue"]And what is your problem with my posts? If you have nothing sensible to say, leave it those who do[/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT] :x


Were you aiming your madness at me? :-D
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#5
pinkmelonsmr2
[FONT="Arial Black"][SIZE="3"][COLOR="RoyalBlue"]And what is your problem with my posts? If you have nothing sensible to say, leave it those who do[/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT] :x


i dont think he has a problem with your post just that you never or very rarely see one lol you are very defensive
#6
Trickyjabs
Milkmen still exist, wow!


OP, If you consider this bullying, you've lead a very sheltered life! :thumbsup:

Seriously, I haven't seen a milkman in years, maybe it's a northern thing? I actually voted your deal hot, but I'm voting your sanity unproven! :w00t:
#7
pinkmelonsmr2
[FONT="Arial Black"][SIZE="3"][COLOR="RoyalBlue"]And what is your problem with my posts? If you have nothing sensible to say, leave it those who do[/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT] :x


Calm down. It wasn't a dig at your post merely an observational fact that milkmen still exist.
banned#8
I have'nt seen a milkman for years either and these dont deliver to me, so TrickyJabs has a valid point
#9
Im not a northerner, but we have a milkman in our area,

Good find and its our Milky Milkyman too so will definatly use the code.:thumbsup:
#10
I used to love that you got milk delivered something about the glass bottles ...that was until the birds got it into piercing the silver foil and having to leave the plastic caps out for the milk boys to remember to put on them securely.

Admittedly i thought the milkmen were pretty much a thing of the past. Nice to see some traditions aint totally died off.
#11
Voted hot but don't deliver to my area :(
#12
58p for a pint of milk not worth it's cold for me
4 pints at the supermarket for £1.20 or Iceland for a £1
#13
zippypants
58p for a pint of milk not worth it's cold for me
4 pints at the supermarket for £1.20 or Iceland for a £1


I think it nice to see milkmen still DO exist, but £1 from iceland for 4 pints cannot be beaten! Milkmen are an expensive luxury like having your paper delivered!
#14
we live in the north west and have always had a milkman and it isn't that expensive i get a 2 liter gallon for £1.40 local supermarket price is £1.32 so not that much diffrence if you have milk an eggs waiting for you on a cold winter mornin.:)
they must charge extortionate prices if the charging 58p a pint.
#15
norfolk_enchance
I think it nice to see milkmen still DO exist, but £1 from iceland for 4 pints cannot be beaten! Milkmen are an expensive luxury like having your paper delivered!


I thought is what a time of austerity ... that's a big word for the morning! :-D
#16
£2.10 for a 4pinter. I think I will refrain from ordering.
banned#17
No wonder theres not many milk men left, at those prices they all retired years ago and are now living it up in the bahamas
#18
Bit expensive bit handy to know it delivers in my area
#19
I've been using them for 6 months now and it's so handy. a little expensive but the goods are always on the door before breakfast :)
#20
Many thanks for posting a great deal!
Never knew this existed, so will give it a try. Prices are a little more expensive than my local shop but it's good to know that I can have milk ready for breakfast in the mornings!
#21
Thye cost of the milk dilivered by the milk man is the true cost!!

suppermarkets use milk and bread and some othert everyday items as loss leaders - they are prepaired to sell them at a loss to get you through the door.

I have always had my milk dilived and yes it costs more, but it supports a local busness employing local ppl, why is life all about greed?

Remmember when you had a good chioce of shops where the ppl who worked there knew you? I do as a kid our local shops offered real service, I do use the suppermarkets but I also use the local farm store and local veg shop even tho i may have been to a suppermarket that day.

Are we realy all so poor or greedy that we can not support local bussness?

O and when i was on holl last year at the same time as my neghburs ny milk man put our empty bins back up the drive so ppl did not know we were away doubt anyone from tesco, asda...... would be prepaired to pop round and do that for me
#22
Trickyjabs
OP, If you consider this bullying, you've lead a very sheltered life! :thumbsup:

Seriously, I haven't seen a milkman in years, maybe it's a northern thing? I actually voted your deal hot, but I'm voting your sanity unproven! :w00t:


I agree about not realising we have milkmen still.

The one that used to wake me up at 4 in the morning with his noisy electric float, no longer does so, and has not done so for at least a year.

I did not think many still managed to earn a living delivering overpriced items to bake in the sun and go off, while you are at work, or destroy your healing REM sleep at 0400 with their noisy delivery, if you are actually lucky enough to get it early enough to take in before going to work.

As to the comment about not being allowed to make specious comments, I side with Trickyjabs here.

I would not like any of my sarcsastic jabs at life in general, to be taken as bullying either, to say it is, would be an insult.
#23
miles136
Thye cost of the milk dilivered by the milk man is the true cost!!

suppermarkets use milk and bread and some othert everyday items as loss leaders - they are prepaired to sell them at a loss to get you through the door.

I have always had my milk dilived and yes it costs more, but it supports a local busness employing local ppl, why is life all about greed?

Remmember when you had a good chioce of shops where the ppl who worked there knew you? I do as a kid our local shops offered real service, I do use the suppermarkets but I also use the local farm store and local veg shop even tho i may have been to a suppermarket that day.

Are we realy all so poor or greedy that we can not support local bussness?

O and when i was on holl last year at the same time as my neghburs ny milk man put our empty bins back up the drive so ppl did not know we were away doubt anyone from tesco, asda...... would be prepaired to pop round and do that for me


We used to support our local milkman but the deliveries got later and later. Dad is out before 8am every day and the milk wasnt coming until after 9am!

Nothing to do with prices, just timing that stopped us having a milkman
#24
:shock: wow, i'm amazed:


Postcode check successful
Great news! We deliver to your area.
Your milkman is Milky Milky
who delivers to your area on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays

so, can i just sign-up for this free fiver's worth of stuff and cancel immediately (i.e. no cost incurred) or do i have to commit to something?

i do miss having a milkman.. we used to have a breadman when i was little in northern ireland as well, who used to bring all kinds of cakes and treats straight to your door.. mmmm, brown lemonade and paris buns http://www.staffordforum.com/img/smilies/love.gif
#25
dirtybobby
:shock: wow, i'm amazed:



so, can i just sign-up for this free fiver's worth of stuff and cancel immediately (i.e. no cost incurred) or do i have to commit to something?

i do miss having a milkman.. we used to have a breadman when i was little in northern ireland as well, who used to bring all kinds of cakes and treats straight to your door.. mmmm, brown lemonade and paris buns http://www.staffordforum.com/img/smilies/love.gif


Bit concerned about signing up myself, as seems as though it's not just a one off and a regular order?
#26
I am wondering if i can get milk 3 days a week for 3 weeks and then just cancel (so pay 22p for the 3 weeks)? Anyone know anything i used the voucher and it says £5 off first bill so dont seem a problem?
#27
johnraggett
Bit concerned about signing up myself, as seems as though it's not just a one off and a regular order?


i have picked the dates i want if the claim orders stopped after 3 weeks so they charged full ammount will just say i went on holiday... and because they charged me full ammount i want to cancel and be refunded what i am owed :thumbsup:
#28
Voted hot! I signed up on Friday and got my first delivery of milk on the saturday morning!
#29
aww doesnt deliver to me or work or nearby.
#30
I Have Been Charged On My Card....bs Deal
#31
I hope my mum doesnt run off with him after he delivers everything!
#32
its bound to be more expensive cos your paying for the convienience of the service, great for if your nan rings and says shes got no milk or bread in and she cant go out. Hot Hot hot!
#33
Trickyjabs;7880009
Milkmen still exist, wow!

I think Tesco ate most of em!

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