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WHSmith Vouchers

d-j mitch Avatar
6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago / expired 26 Sep 1026 September 2010
Instructions:Just copy the link and print. Vouchers valid until Sunday 26th September 2010.

Four diffrent vouchers to choose from.

£5 off any book over £10
£5 off when you spend £15 on stationery
£5 off when you spend £20 (exclusions apply)
£5 off when you spend £12 on kids stuff
 
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£10
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6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago / expired 26 Sep 1026 September 2010
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#1
Exactly what I needed. Thank you
#2
it says copies will not be accepted so surely this wont work?!
#3
djdaface
it says copies will not be accepted so surely this wont work?!

They definitely work - have used loads of these before. Brilliant if you get a hardback book at £10 (though a lot are £9.99 so no use!) . I got a few last Christmas which was £10 exactly so got them for £5. Thanks OP - was looking for more of these.
#4
love them, always work in store, heat added.
#5
Great, thank you!
#6
Always useful, especially with christmas round the corner...
#7
The vouchers for kid's books are brilliant as you can use them in conjunction with their 3 for 2 offer.
#8
Does anyone know if this will work in store on a pre order ? The new Alan Sugar book isn't out till 30th Sept. and this expires before then. Not too worry signed up to the privilege club and they sent a new voucher valid till 10th October.


Edited By: simplyjimbo on Sep 16, 2010 17:23: .
#9
Anyone know if a Moleskine is considered a book?
1 Like #10
F1_Fanatic
Anyone know if a Moleskine is considered a book?


I would say it is stationery
1 Like #11
yup stationery. I wanted to get one too instore but there wasn't any at my local so just ended up getting it from amazon.
#12
just used one for world record book £5 total
#13
Hi,copies do work. I have used them lots of them and thanks for posting this, I can stock up on my Lee Child books! X)
#14
Does this still work on a book costing £10? so it becomes £5
#15
Ruud00
Does this still work on a book costing £10? so it becomes £5
it worked for me on monday
#16
Yes - I've bought a few over the months that were £10 and got them for £5. Don't let them fob you off at the checkout if they say its not valid because it is - the wording in the coupon says £5 off any £10 book. I haven't ever been refused but I know some people on here have been so beware!
#17
Would this be able to work tomorrow?
#18
wORKED FOR ME TODAY, WORLD RECORD BOOK £10 INSTORE £5 WITH VOUCHER, VOUCHER I HAVE PRINTED OFF IS DATED TIL 10TH OCT, CANT REMEMBER WHERE ON HERE IT IS NOW,

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