120 First Class Stamps £58.40 delivered (27.5% discount) @ Waitrose & Partners (New Customer Code)
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120 First Class Stamps £58.40 delivered (27.5% discount) @ Waitrose & Partners (New Customer Code)

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Found 7th Jan
Very rare to get a discount on stamps, but with the new customer code at Waitrose this us giving £22 of £80, a discount of 27.5%, ideal for those who have small businesses or post regularly. I'm not sure if this code is meant to exclude stamps but it works. You can also get free delivery

EDIT: You need to spend £60 for free delivery, so just add £1.40 of goods You can still get free c&c for £58.40.
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Stamps are excluded from this offer in the T&C's so even if accepted with original order may well be excluded later.
Check bank account on the day of delivery. They will deliver the stamps with or without discounts but simply charge full price and remove the discount.

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sigma18 m ago

Excluded Items: infant milk formula (0-6 months), single use carrier …Excluded Items: infant milk formula (0-6 months), single use carrier bags, tobacco, stamps, mobile top ups, e-Top up vouchers, lottery tickets, gift vouchers, cash back, car park charges, fuel and delivery chargesHi can anyone confirm that they used the code successfully and actually received the stamps at the discounted price as they are showing as being excluded in T&Cs ? Thanks all



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The irony.. free delivery on something that costs to mail something!!!

Superb spot R33, thanks for sharing!
Thanks for "posting"
Can someone please explain what these are actually for?

I've tried googling it but it says that you can use these to "post" messages to friends through a manual email-style messaging system. Instead of being free and instant it takes like a week and you have to write down the email with something called a "pencil". Instead of an email address you have to write the actual place where the person you are writing to lives and you put the message in a red box after putting one of these stickers on it. A man sometimes looks in the box and then literally takes the message to your friend and gives it to them by hand after drawing on the sticker so you can't use it again.

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Edited by: "Sir-Bargain-A-Lot" 7th Jan
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The irony.. free delivery on something that costs to mail something!!!

Superb spot R33, thanks for sharing!
Nice thanks 🙏
Do they have large stamps?
I’m still using my hotdeals stamps I bought in 1984z
Terms and conditions: £60 off your first three online grocery orders at waitrose.com. Offer available on first time online grocery orders only. All orders must be placed for delivery by 12 February 2019 to qualify for this offer. Minimum spend on online groceries at waitrose.com of £80 required on each order to qualify for this offer. Excluded Items: infant milk formula (0-6 months), single use carrier bags, tobacco, stamps, mobile top ups, e-Top up vouchers, lottery tickets, gift vouchers, cash back, car park charges, fuel and delivery charges. Excludes alcohol purchases in Scotland. Other items may also be excluded at the discretion of Waitrose. Offer not redeemable in branch or in conjunction with any other offer or service. One redemption per household. Offer can be withdrawn at any time without notice. Online Grocery Orders: Selected postcodes. Subject to availability. *Online Grocery Orders: Minimum spend of £60 applies on online grocery deliveries. Minimum spend of £40 applies on Click & Collect in-store collections. Selected postcodes. Subject to availability. Free delivery excludes our shop in branch service.

Aren't the stamps excluded?
Would last me about 200 yrs.
Can't remember the last time I posted a letter.
Hot deal though.
hemp3 m ago

Terms and conditions: £60 off your first three online grocery orders at …Terms and conditions: £60 off your first three online grocery orders at waitrose.com. Offer available on first time online grocery orders only. All orders must be placed for delivery by 12 February 2019 to qualify for this offer. Minimum spend on online groceries at waitrose.com of £80 required on each order to qualify for this offer. Excluded Items: infant milk formula (0-6 months), single use carrier bags, tobacco, stamps, mobile top ups, e-Top up vouchers, lottery tickets, gift vouchers, cash back, car park charges, fuel and delivery charges. Excludes alcohol purchases in Scotland. Other items may also be excluded at the discretion of Waitrose. Offer not redeemable in branch or in conjunction with any other offer or service. One redemption per household. Offer can be withdrawn at any time without notice. Online Grocery Orders: Selected postcodes. Subject to availability. *Online Grocery Orders: Minimum spend of £60 applies on online grocery deliveries. Minimum spend of £40 applies on Click & Collect in-store collections. Selected postcodes. Subject to availability. Free delivery excludes our shop in branch service.Aren't the stamps excluded?


It works though, worth a shot
Great deal, I just wished I could sell my stuff on eBay to justify buying them! 😏
Thanks for "posting"
Quidco offers additional £5 cashback on £60 minimum new customer spend.
Do you ha e to spend £60 or £80 first shop?
I hope they've not been used and washed
Reality29 m ago

Do they have large stamps?


Yes
i put code in doesn’t work
any luck
Pretty good to use for 120 entries at a Tv competition, better than paying the £2 or so per entry like you would by calling/texting your entry
Payyyyy6 m ago

Yesi put code in doesn’t workany luck


I never actually tried, because I'm not selling enough to justify buying so many at the moment!
Reality3 m ago

I never actually tried, because I'm not selling enough to justify buying …I never actually tried, because I'm not selling enough to justify buying so many at the moment!


I could do with some but doesn’t work for me the voucher
is it £60 spend or £80
satan666wayne43 m ago

Would last me about 200 yrs.Can't remember the last time I posted a …Would last me about 200 yrs.Can't remember the last time I posted a letter.Hot deal though.


You can use them to send parcels as well.
Minimum spend £80
Do you pay for 120 but get 119? #smirk.jpg
Doesn't work. Cold
Edited by: "Tomcio" 7th Jan
Tomcio6 m ago

Doesn't work. Cold


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Reality54 m ago

Great deal, I just wished I could sell my stuff on eBay to justify buying …Great deal, I just wished I could sell my stuff on eBay to justify buying them! 😏


Thing is, Royal Mail for parcels is cheaper if you buy online (ie not using stamps)
Second class is more than good enough


12*12 second class on this offer, is 144 stamps

thats £61.52 delivered

43p per stamp

ps also get £5 quidico
Edited by: "unhappybunny" 7th Jan
satan666wayne1 h, 12 m ago

Would last me about 200 yrs.Can't remember the last time I posted a …Would last me about 200 yrs.Can't remember the last time I posted a letter.Hot deal though.


Add up to send a parcel.
Even if this goes through at the checkout, surely they will cancel all the orders now you've posted it to hukd. It's against the terms and conditions, so a few might get this but I reckon the majority of orders will get cancelled and you can't really argue with them.
I remember back in 2011/12 when stamp prices went up, bought a quite a bit, still got them
Edited by: "MrCharlie" 8th Jan
MrCharlie44 m ago

i remember a back in 2011/12 when stamp prices went up, bought a quite a …i remember a back in 2011/12 when stamp prices went up, bought a quite a bit, still got them


Always stock up in March ahead of the annual increase in April.
Ordered. Thanks
Just post without stamp and receiver has to pay for it....
#freePost
cholent3 m ago

Just post without stamp and receiver has to pay for it....#freePost


Lol
Can someone please explain what these are actually for?

I've tried googling it but it says that you can use these to "post" messages to friends through a manual email-style messaging system. Instead of being free and instant it takes like a week and you have to write down the email with something called a "pencil". Instead of an email address you have to write the actual place where the person you are writing to lives and you put the message in a red box after putting one of these stickers on it. A man sometimes looks in the box and then literally takes the message to your friend and gives it to them by hand after drawing on the sticker so you can't use it again.

?
Edited by: "Sir-Bargain-A-Lot" 7th Jan
Good deal! Crap postman who won't see my letters get anywhere
Good deal thanks - worked for me. Stocked up before a massive price rise ~4 yrs ago which lasted through 3 Christmases! This should do that and more.
Sir-Bargain-A-Lot22 m ago

Can someone please explain what these are actually for? I've tried …Can someone please explain what these are actually for? I've tried googling it but it says that you can use these to "post" messages to friends through a manual email-style messaging system. Instead of being free and instant it takes like a week and you have to write down the email with something called a "pencil". Instead of an email address you have to write the actual place where the person you are writing to lives and you put the message in a red box after putting one of these stickers on it. A man sometimes looks in the box and then literally takes the message to your friend and gives it to them by hand after drawing on the sticker so you can't use it again. ?


Good attempt, but it only works with things people don't get posted through their door every morning.
Orders will be cancelled.
MrCharlie1 h, 40 m ago

i remember a back in 2011/12 when stamp prices went up, bought a quite a …i remember a back in 2011/12 when stamp prices went up, bought a quite a bit, still got them


I bought 4 grands worth. Had to go round all the Tesco’s buying them. The. I realised a franking machine worked out at almost the same saving
Thanks op. Cracking deal.
Yea worked for me many thanks
cdm3037953 m ago

I bought 4 grands worth. Had to go round all the Tesco’s buying them. T …I bought 4 grands worth. Had to go round all the Tesco’s buying them. The. I realised a franking machine worked out at almost the same saving



Clubcard statement must have been an intresting read
For those who don't know u can combine these to pay for larger items. Example would be if something costs a certain amount u can add as many of these to get close to the value (if u are slightly under the value u can pay the remainder seperate so u don't waste the value of a full stamp)
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