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Save £10 on your Sainsbury's online shopping! £50 spend required

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8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago / expired 31 Mar 0931 March 2009
Instructions:Never shopped at Sainsbury's before? Now is the time to give them a try!

Use the voucher below to cut £10 off your first Sainsbury's online shop when you spend £50 or more*.
The voucher is only valid for first time shoppers at Sainsbury's. This offer expires on Tuesday, March 31st, so start filling your Sainsbury's trolley today!

Just worked for me I hope it works for someone else too
 
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8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago / expired 31 Mar 0931 March 2009
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#1
is sainsburys like tesco, in as much as if you buy something on offer, the total amount is counted towards your 50 spend??
if that make sense?!?!?
#2
that so annoying i did my shopping last night before i saw this!! typical! i find sainsburys fad, much better than asda or tesco,
#3
Has this worked for anybody? These are normally customer specific.
#4
Customer Specific offer expired, when you go to checkout. Did you get this offer via the mysupermarket.com email. Have just called Sainsburys, they said that as it wasn't a valid code they couldn't give me another. Considering the text led me to sign up , I thought it was very tight of Sainsburys not to validate once the order was ready to be sent. Anyway decided to stick to Ocado, which I have used for a while and is excellent. So Sainsburys didn't get their cash afterall.

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