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£40 OFF A CASE OF WINE

gordo66 Avatar
9y, 5m agoFound 9 years, 5 months ago
Instructions:To claim the £40 you need to open a Winebank account which will take £20 off your card at the start of each month but from T+C below you can leave at any time taking your money with you. Probably best to join at the start of the month, then cancel when you have recieved your winebefore any money has been taken out.

I've just chosen the mixed food case for £59.99 + £6pp- £40 = £26 for 12 bottles of wine delivered.

First post so hope is ok.

How does the WineBank work?
WineBank is just like a normal bank, but lots more fun!
You pay £20 a month into your WineBank (you dont need to do anything, well simply debit your card on the 1st of each month)
We pay another £20 into your WineBank every 3 months meaning you earn 33% WineInterest!
Your WineBank balance will grow until you are ready to spend it.
Why Choose WineBank?


WineBank gives you the freedom to buy what you want, when you want
Never ending saving of 25% on hundreds of wines
No commitment you and your money can leave whenever you like.
Your money is completely safe. Your WineBank contributions are held in a specific client account, and not used to fund Virgin Wines.
 
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#1
oops i see now
#2
tried it and said we not have a record of that voucher number.
#3
Should have said

Code: LOVE40
Password:WINEBANK
#4
Voted cold 'cos Virgin Wines are always over-priced for what they are and they regularly come up with these offers but they are still mediocre wines for mediocre prices. I wouldn't get tied into something like this without checking the small print carefully too:whistling:

IMO, it's far better to keep a look out for deals at Majestic or Tesco and use the voucher codes and quidco discounts. Mr. Tesco has been offering some blinding offers recently, coupled with discounts and/or extra points. I'm hoping they have another clearout soon;-)
#5
cheapskate58
Voted cold 'cos Virgin Wines are always over-priced for what they are and they regularly come up with these offers but they are still mediocre wines for mediocre prices. I wouldn't get tied into something like this without checking the small print carefully too:whistling:

IMO, it's far better to keep a look out for deals at Majestic or Tesco and use the voucher codes and quidco discounts. Mr. Tesco has been offering some blinding offers recently, coupled with discounts and/or extra points. I'm hoping they have another clearout soon;-)


Couldn`t agree more, I use to be a virgin wines customer when they first started out, but the prices have now got much more expensive. Better off checking out whats on offer in your local supermarket.
#6
well as its end of the month there not going to be able to set up a direct debit to start on 1st of july so i have just took advantage, love getting my extra tesco points but 26 pounds for 12 bottles is still a good offer.
#7
fluffybunny66
well as its end of the month there not going to be able to set up a direct debit to start on 1st of july so i have just took advantage, love getting my extra tesco points but 26 pounds for 12 bottles is still a good offer.


Not if it's £2 a bottle cr*p:p

Wine is something where you usually get what you pay for, which is why genuine prices with genuine discounts usually gets you the better deal. Tesco often use wine to attract additional custom and their deals often, (but certainly not always), give significant value for money. Thus buying when there are good deals around is advisable and often gets you a real bargain;-)

Virgin Wines mainly sell cr*p at inflated prices.

Still, if you know better:whistling:
#8
cheapskate58
Not if it's £2 a bottle cr*p:p
Wine is something where you usually get what you pay for, which is why genuine prices with genuine discounts usually gets you the better deal. Tesco often use wine to attract additional custom and their deals often, (but certainly not always), give significant value for money. Thus buying when there are good deals around is advisable and often gets you a real bargain;-)
Virgin Wines mainly sell cr*p at inflated prices.
Still, if you know better:whistling:

That’s quite a heavy allegation you are making, can you back it up with data?
I have no idea either way so if you can show this to be true it would help me and others put this deal in context.
BTW, I’m referring to the wines they have on sale currently as those are the ones that are available as part of this deal.
#9
SmilingCrow
That’s quite a heavy allegation you are making, can you back it up with data?
I have no idea either way so if you can show this to be true it would help me and others put this deal in context.
BTW, I’m referring to the wines they have on sale currently as those are the ones that are available as part of this deal.


What data do you need?

Go on to the Virgin website and view the wine. If you take the whites, which are my quaffing wine of choice, a lot of them are are blended nonentities with a "RRP" of around £5.99 or more.

12 bottles = £72 so knocking off £40 means you are paying £32 for a case of plonk.

So, from Tesco for a start, try this at £3.79 a bottle plus Quidco and any discount codes and extra point codes that are going - see the voucher list. I shaved quite a few quid more off and got free delivery 'cos I spent £99:thumbsup:

http://www.tesco.com/winestore/controller.aspx?Bc=0&sid=1&R=10792625

Recently I got a few cases of a really good Pouilly Fume that worked out less than a fiver a bottle from Mr. T - normally £10 a bottle and worth every penny of that too:)

This is quite a useful site for wine lovers

http://www.wineontheweb.co.uk/index.html

If you can get across the chanel, try Majestic - they'll even pay your fare if you spend a few quid

http://www.majestic.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ContentView?storeId=10001&langId=-1&catalogId=10051&contentPage=freeFerry
#10
I will endevour to drink the 12 bottles asap and give feedback as to the quality. I've lately done the bogof +£20 discount Laithwaite offer and the tesco clubcard offer. Worst case scenario is I use it for raffle prizes at the kids assorted fund raisers or bring a bottle to summer BBQ's. Betrer go as another vein has errupted on my nose - hic.
#11
gordo66
I will endevour to drink the 12 bottles asap and give feedback as to the quality. I've lately done the bogof +£20 discount Laithwaite offer and the tesco clubcard offer. Worst case scenario is I use it for raffle prizes at the kids assorted fund raisers or bring a bottle to summer BBQ's. Betrer go as another vein has errupted on my nose - hic.


What was the bogof +£20 discount Laithwaite offer? Sounds interesting - hic:-D
#12
cheapskate is correct - Virgin Wines are only good for drawing your jaws together to make you look slim. Either that, or as a base for a sauce.

These offers are spammed to my email account every other week.
#13
I think its a brilliant deal and all the wines i,ve tried so far are very good, and i drink A LOT of wine believe me!!

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