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Daily Mail - Get £5 breakfast FREE (Milkandmore.co.uk) using discount voucher code

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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago / expired 13 Mar 1013 March 2010
Instructions:Daily Mail readers can claim a Free english breakfast worth upto £5, delivered to your door by your local milk&more milkman (Dairy Crest, etc). See website for full details.

www.dailmail.co.uk/milk&more and follow the instructions on how to place your order. You will be asked if eligible, if milkman delivers in your area by entering your postcode. Choose products then Use code - DMFB before you confirm your order.
 
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#1
Nice find! Just ordered Bacon, Bread and a pint of cranberry juice for monday for nothing! Thanks
#2
Good deal if you can rip out the page containing the voucher without buying the vile bumrag it comes attached to.
#3
mjt1337;7896602
Good deal if you can rip out the page containing the voucher without buying the vile bumrag it comes attached to.

Just follow the instructions on here mate, the code is already above in the OP. No purchase nescessary!

Choose products then Use code - DMFB before you confirm your order
#4
Moved to vouchers :)
#5
That is a nice offer in theory, but I'm not sure how well it works in practice. Looking at the Web site where it describes a driver's day, it says he makes deliveries from 3am to 9am. You apparently can't pick a delivery slot, he just comes when he comes (which I imagine is why delivery can be free). Is this correct? It sure sounds like he could show up way before you get up! Maybe some people are fine with the items being left on the doorstep, but for those of us who live in flats with locked access, we don't have a doorstep and he would have to buzz and wake you to be let in or else just leave it in front of your building instead of in front of your door. Sounds like it's more ideal for people in houses, and only then if you don't mind any items that should be refrigerated sitting there for a few hours before you get up.
#6
If I did this it would be tantamount to proclaiming myself a Daily Mail reader - something I don;t think I can bring myself to be associated with event if there is a free brekkie in it ;)
#7
delivers to my mums address but not mine lmao, i live 5mins away from my mum
#8
I got my invoice today from the last "offer" that was on, and they havent deducted the code , and charged me FULL
#9
they are quite expensive - though might have ago if i get the £5 off.
#10
crissy_uk
they are quite expensive - though might have ago if i get the £5 off.


Anyone know how your suppose to findout if the discount was applied or not as mine shows full price after site accepted the code:?

This was on the Daily Mail site for T&C

12. The £5 off will only be visible on the first invoice when received on the 20th of the month.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/prmts/article-1248195/Free-English-breakfast-courtesy-milkandmore-uk.html
#11
To be able to claim the £5 offer, please ensure you set up a regular payment on the milk&more website.
#12
Woop woop my stuff arrived this morning....many thanks op:thumbsup:
#13
got it!
#14
Good. But not for my area.
#15
I'm reeeeeally surprised this isn't hotter:?
#16
hannah19790
I'm reeeeeally surprised this isn't hotter:?


I'm not... I've tried my postcode, my OH's and my parents, all in major conurbations and not served.
#17
rutson
I'm not... I've tried my postcode, my OH's and my parents, all in major conurbations and not served.


I did me, one of my sisters, one of my Bruvs and my parents and they all worked...and my parents are in a flat so that really surprised me:?
#18
Only postcode I "know" that worked was my old address in the smoke
#19
WARNING

I and the next door neighbour both tried this.

I used the code from the telegraph, and he a code from a door mailing.

We have both been charged in full.


We had the foresight to register prepaid cards with zero balances - they are not able to bill, and the accounts will be sitting at "unpaid" until they honour the vouchers.
#20
I had the deal with the "Freebie" Code
Didnt get taken away from the 20th invoice, so phoned up and they said that its only on regular milk payments ?! - I said thats a lie, and she said well everyone entering codes and not doing regular payments will be charged in full !
#21
I would suggest people cancel there direct debits if that's the case then.
#22
hannah19790
I would suggest people cancel there direct debits if that's the case then.


Lucky I did it 3 days before payment was due ! :thumbsup:
#23
Wish I'd checked here before ordering for myself and my neighbor.. Also the online reviews for these people are atrocious! Not like me not to check first..:-( The free £5 worth of stuff was too alluring...

Chose the option yesterday to pay one-off by credit card just for that order (for myself and neighbor) - only a difference of less than a £ after the £5 voucher. On reading the above I have now gone back into the accounts and registered regular payment details in hope that they will honor the vouchers. If they do not take the payment until after the 20th next month I do not see any reason why this would not satisfy the DM T&C and the problem @Computertec encountered. This seems to be a problem people on other forums have also had and have been charged in full also. Also, I have now noticed in their T&C that payments under £2.50 can only be taken under regular payments (though a bit unclear) so hopefully I have now covered both those potential problems. Don't think I'll be ordering from them again so will cancel everything after the payment for this order is taken. Not really worth the hassle..

nb. Just saw the float driving off.. Went outside to look for orders and they were both left outside the wrong addresses.. aargh - not a good start!
#24
As it says on the Daily mail site...

To be able to claim the £5 offer, please ensure you set up a regular payment on the milk&more website.

There will be no charge made unless you exceed the £5 or you wish to make future purchases.

There is no obligation to continue beyond your trial.



Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/prmts/article-1248195/Free-English-breakfast-courtesy-milkandmore-uk.html#ixzz0gmMOxZuY


They best not try and blimming charge me, especially as their depot is just down the road! Time will tell hey!

Voted Hot from me, thanx for the brekkie!
banned#25
I registered with milk n more then checked out the prices on the website :roll:

Might use this voucher though. Hope it turns up before I go to work :thumbsup:

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