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      £10 off when you spend £40 on selected items at amazon pantry
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      £10 off when you spend £40 on selected items at amazon pantry

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      Posted 16th Sep

      This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

      Not everything is cheap but amazon tends to add stuff through out the promotion

      How to redeem?
      1. Add £40 or more from qualifying item(s) listed on this page to your basket
      2. Proceed to checkout and the £10 discount is automatically applied
      3. Complete checkout

      This offer ends on 23:59:59 GMT on Sunday 10 November 2019.
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      Add four packs of Bakers dog treats at £1 each and these are also in the 'buy 4 for free delivery' offer. Helps if you have a dog, or unusual tastes in snacks
      amazon.co.uk/dp/…_ds
      Edited by: "dogpatch" 16th Sep
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      Add four packs of Bakers dog treats at £1 each and these are also in the 'buy 4 for free delivery' offer. Helps if you have a dog, or unusual tastes in snacks
      amazon.co.uk/dp/…_ds
      Edited by: "dogpatch" 16th Sep
      Quite pricey this time
      Will wait to see if they reduce them next week
      Thanks just used it.
      Some of the items are part of the free delivery ie pot noodles so you do have an alternative to dog biscuits (although maybe not as nutritionally as good as).
      Dependiong on what you buy you may not have to pick anything you dont want.
      the products don't look very useful imo
      victory16/09/2019 11:53

      the products don't look very useful imo


      I bought cereal, cleaning, cooking condiments, snakck bits for the grand kids. Not sure what you are looking for but all the stuff would be on a normal shopping list. Maybe you dont use /eat any of the above. What were you looking for... an axe?
      simonbrowne16/09/2019 14:37

      I bought cereal, cleaning, cooking condiments, snakck bits for the grand …I bought cereal, cleaning, cooking condiments, snakck bits for the grand kids. Not sure what you are looking for but all the stuff would be on a normal shopping list. Maybe you dont use /eat any of the above. What were you looking for... an axe?


      Not sure where you got the axe bit, but happy if you like overpriced branded products
      I cheked most things I bouught and they were either the same or cheaper. Even at the same price initially the discount made it cheaper.
      Do you have to sign up for Prime to get this
      kc196516/09/2019 14:47

      Do you have to sign up for Prime to get this


      Yes I believe so.

      I managed to stack 3 offers:

      Free delivery with four items, £10 off on £40 spend, and a £4 off a £90 spend.

      It's very much a "branded" shop, but with three cases of beira moretti and a bottle of tequila I managed in the end with a bit of rummaging around (quite a few pantry items on here if you do a search, which I've been adding to my basket over the last few weeks)...
      For any Scottish Amstel drinkers, 40 cans for £30 looks to be below minimum pricing
      Hey, are the persil 50 colour tabs working on this offer
      bluejeans717/09/2019 11:59

      Hey, are the persil 50 colour tabs working on this offer


      Just the 3 in 1, and some powders...
      lf1983lf16/09/2019 21:39

      For any Scottish Amstel drinkers, 40 cans for £30 looks to be below …For any Scottish Amstel drinkers, 40 cans for £30 looks to be below minimum pricing


      I think the cans of old speckled hen might be better value?
      zcaprd717/09/2019 18:00

      I think the cans of old speckled hen might be better value?


      I'm not seeing them in the offer.
      lf1983lf17/09/2019 19:21

      I'm not seeing them in the offer.


      Hmm, maybe I used them to help trigger the £4 off £90 spend part, as I tripled stacked...
      zcaprd717/09/2019 12:28

      Just the 3 in 1, and some powders...


      Ah ok, thanks for letting me know !
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