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£10 if a £30 spend on groceries at Tesco...codes for the whole month not just a week!

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9y, 2m agoFound 9 years, 2 months ago / expired 28 Oct 0728 October 2007
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 - expired *
XX4VRR valid 22/10 - 28/10

Thanks to beckybloomwood over at MSE for originally posting these codes
 
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9y, 2m agoFound 9 years, 2 months ago / expired 28 Oct 0728 October 2007
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#1
just order 30.05 got 10 off. thanks.
:):):):):)
#2
Only the first 1 works for me.
banned#3
Voted hot, shame I'm not home alone anymore :) to put these codes into use :(. Could have done with these a couple months back but surely loads of people will benefit.
banned#4
abacus
Only the first 1 works for me.


That's probably because the rest of the codes become valid between certain dates next month :oops:
#5
abacus
Only the first 1 works for me.


Really? How strange :whistling:
#6
he he he he :)
#7
Archer
Voted hot, shame I'm not home alone anymore :) to put these codes into use :(. Could have done with these a couple months back but surely loads of people will benefit.


Why do you mean home alone archer? I think the minimum spend is £30 so you should still be able to go over this?
#8
thanks for this i thought 1 ten pound code was great but codes for a whole month is fantastic .
#9
Jeezeypeeps
Really? How strange :whistling:


Lol did not read the post properly i was trying to bank them :oops:
banned#10
lilmissmup
Why do you mean home alone archer? I think the minimum spend is £30 so you should still be able to go over this?


Now we actually go to Tesco's to do the shopping =]
banned#11
Fantastic, Thank you!
#12
brill thanks alot for these result!
#13
Voted HOT thank you
#14
'Sorry, the 'XX2GFP' voucher has been used the maximum number of times.'
#15
Archer
Now we actually go to Tesco's to do the shopping =]


Yeah, but using these codes you'll get it delivered AND save money! :thumbsup:
#16
Do they deliver to flats? I've just moved in to uni, could do with saving some money!
#17
Wow thats brilliant :-D
#18
Voted hot, thanks a lot for this!! x
#19
Wow!! Done 2 £30 shops already... Bought BOGOFs and got a further £10 off! Also makes the liquor very cheap...

HOT HOT HOT... i feel a lot of shopping coming on this month ... even xmas shops I can buy my dad jack daniels at a third off!

-- edit -- used 2 seperate accounts to do the 2 shops
#20
intime
'Sorry, the 'XX2GFP' voucher has been used the maximum number of times.'


That one isn't valid until tomorrow! :whistling:
#21
Archer
YNow we actually go to Tesco's to do the shopping =]

Driving to Tesco, spending time in Tesco, packing the car, driving back, unpacking the car.

vs.


All the hours I've saved every month not having to do above and with Free Delivery and a discount off the order and normally using the bogofs and multibuys which are nowhere near as apparant in store as they are online.

No Contest.
#22
I have tried them but been unsucessful for them all.
Probably been all used up by now but great find. Cheers
#23
lezlidod
I have tried them but been unsucessful for them all.
Probably been all used up by now but great find. Cheers


I think you'll find that some of them havn't started yet.. Look at the dates on the codes in the OP post..:whistling:
#24
Worked fine for me- thanks!:thumbsup:
#25
yer man worked for me thanks

hot hot hot
#26
received a voucher leaflet through the post with these codes so have the choice whether to shop instore or online :)
#27
Flux101
Do they deliver to flats? I've just moved in to uni, could do with saving some money!


Don't see why not; when you login to your account, you can add as many addresses as you like. By the way, this is also a great way of getting food delivered when you are on a self-catering holiday. We also sent our student son his birthday cake and a bottle of wine this way last year.
#28
It's worth spending £30 to get the £10 off, delivery midweek to get the cheapest delivery cost and then visiting the store and spending the £4 off £20 vouchers they've just sent us!

We'll get them to deliver the heavy stuff (cartons, frozen stuff etc) and go and select the fresh stuff in store!
#29
If you open a new account...then use Quidco, you get £5 off first order and then use a £10 code as well...that's £30 worth of goods for £15 ....:thumbsup:
#30
abacus
Only the first 1 works for me.



Me too!

Still voted HOT
#31
Sry is there a free delivery code for this too?
#32
56cheffy
Me too!

Still voted HOT


Thats because the others havent started yet
#33
sanmarco5
Thats because the others havent started yet



Ooops silly me..:whistling: .thanks..:thumbsup:
I will add them at a later date...when they are valid.
#34
may seem like a stupid Q. but is this delivery only? or are all you lazy ******s getting your food delivered:)
#35
joel, it's time, the time saved makes ordering online very much worth it, being lazy and a tightgit helps the incentive too of course, but the time...

And to get onto the political bandwagon that is enviromentalism a van deliverying groceries is more effcient too, (nevermind emissions bs, ofc van delivery will be superior, although how they can afford the superstore staff to go around with those large trolleys with tablet pc's attached doing the shopping, I don't know) Tesco are slowly rolling out a fleet of electrical vans :)
#36
schizoboy
joel, it's time, the time saved makes ordering online very much worth it, being lazy and a tightgit helps the incentive too of course, but the time...


trust me, i'd be in on it too. but i'm a student in halls and i think its frowned upon to get home delivered shopping. was just wondering if you can order then pick it up yourself for free.
#37
Moan to your RA/SU?

What kind of residence doesn't like deliveries? Are they living in the dark ages?

Does the agreement you signed say you can't have deliveries?
Check and find out 1st before assuming, never heard of anything so ridiculous.
#38
schizoboy
Moan to your RA/SU?

What kind of residence doesn't like deliveries? Are they living in the dark ages?

Does the agreement you signed say you can't have deliveries?
Check and find out 1st before assuming, never heard of anything so ridiculous.


I didn't say it was agaisnt the rules.

f*** it, bring on the tesco van:santa:
#39
Housing Act 1988 ensures every resident in any kind of accmodation or tenancy has the right to "quiet enjoyment of their estate" House/Flat/Room etc.

To cut off any delivery access is stalinism from control freaks and bureaucrats, you have the right to have anything delivered just like any normal resident does.
#40
Thanks :)

Rep & Heat added.

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