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£18 off Your First Online Shop Over £60 at Sainsbury's + claim a free box of Quaker Kids Oatie Mix-Up Cereal + offers
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£18 off Your First Online Shop Over £60 at Sainsbury's + claim a free box of Quaker Kids Oatie Mix-Up Cereal + offers

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Refreshed 3rd Mar (Posted 25th Feb)

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

The £18 off first grocery orders over £60 is valid for orders delivered on or before 05/03/2020


You may also be able to claim a free box of Quaker Kids Oatie Mix-Up Cereal along with this offer.
You can add a box from this link and apply the discount code FREEKIDSMIX
sainsburys.co.uk/web…ids


Update - The free Quaker Kids Oatie Mix-Up cereal offer has ended but you can claim other freebies here sainsburys.co.uk/sho…ons

Terms and conditions
The qualifying spend excludes spirits & liqueurs, wine when on buy 6 save 25% promotion (all alcohol is excluded in Scotland and Wales), delivery charge, first stage baby milk, tobacco and related products, gift vouchers, savings or postage stamps, e-top up, mobile phone vouchers, fuel, travel money, phone cards, gaming (games, consoles, accessories) or charity products.
For orders to be delivered on or before the dates specified.

Offer valid on first time grocery orders only. A first time coupon may only be used if you or your household have not already used a first time customer offer.

The value of the coupon will be deducted from your order with Sainsbury's online groceries provided that the value of the goods ordered exceeds the minimum qualifying spend stated on the coupon.

Please note that the coupon code is unique and will only work on a single shop and cannot be used in conjunction with any other online coupon codes.

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Why not, for the 100th time

Thanks
shaf.ghani28/02/2020 20:12

Do any of the ppl that order ever tip the delivery drivers?


I wish someone tipped me for doing a job im already getting paid for.
darall170928/02/2020 15:53

They don’t allow me to make any new accounts at my address because of t …They don’t allow me to make any new accounts at my address because of these lol


Pro tip: add a suffix to your address.

works for me.✌🏼
BrownStar28/02/2020 16:33

Pro tip: add a suffix to your address. works for me.✌🏼


Doesnt work like that,you might get the order through but they have a list of all prohibited addresses they will just cancel it on the morning of delivery without warning. Once they have you on the list you that address is blacklisted.
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Why not, for the 100th time

Thanks
Thank you x
They don’t allow me to make any new accounts at my address because of these lol
darall170928/02/2020 15:53

They don’t allow me to make any new accounts at my address because of t …They don’t allow me to make any new accounts at my address because of these lol


Pro tip: add a suffix to your address.

works for me.✌🏼
Sorry to sound thick but what is a suffix pls
ALLYBALLY231128/02/2020 16:38

Sorry to sound thick but what is a suffix pls


If you are joe adam , make your name j adam. If you have 1 fore name only, add MrAdam or something like that
BrownStar28/02/2020 16:33

Pro tip: add a suffix to your address. works for me.✌🏼


Doesnt work like that,you might get the order through but they have a list of all prohibited addresses they will just cancel it on the morning of delivery without warning. Once they have you on the list you that address is blacklisted.
FYI Kids oatie mix up currently £2 in Tesco £1.25 in Sainsbury’s (strawberry/chocolate available)
£7 delivery !!!
dude7428/02/2020 16:48

Doesnt work like that,you might get the order through but they have a list …Doesnt work like that,you might get the order through but they have a list of all prohibited addresses they will just cancel it on the morning of delivery without warning. Once they have you on the list you that address is blacklisted.


Not quite the case in my experience. I once had a delivery cancelled due to multiple accounts used with codes, but 12 months later it worked.
darall170928/02/2020 15:53

They don’t allow me to make any new accounts at my address because of t …They don’t allow me to make any new accounts at my address because of these lol


Click and collect, best to make an address that doesn't exist.
I stopped making new accounts when the delivery driver questioned if this was my first order when obviously he knew it wasn't but it's been a while now, I'll see if it gets through.
Edited by: "Neophyte" 28th Feb
Do any of the ppl that order ever tip the delivery drivers?
shaf.ghani28/02/2020 20:12

Do any of the ppl that order ever tip the delivery drivers?


I wish someone tipped me for doing a job im already getting paid for.
shaf.ghani28/02/2020 20:12

Do any of the ppl that order ever tip the delivery drivers?


Deliver driver here, probably less than 10% of people tip me.

Usually enough for a brew.
Edited by: "Hutss" 28th Feb
great code to use for stocking up for the period where coronavirus burns thru the UK population - then herd immunity beds in and its safer to go out again
Just ordered thanks
Hutss28/02/2020 20:57

Deliver driver here, probably less than 10% of people tip me.Usually …Deliver driver here, probably less than 10% of people tip me.Usually enough for a brew.


Thanks for the reply i do the same job
If we're talking about being cheeky. Buy something on your order for say £40. Then return it and get £20 worth of shopping for £2.
Edited by: "Massive-Yeti" 29th Feb
How long is this offer till ??
enn1929/02/2020 03:50

How long is this offer till ??


This discount code expires on the 5th of March. The other discount code for the free chocolate Quaker cereal expires on the 3rd of March.

They have new discount code for £15 or £18 off each month so if you haven't used this one just check the vouchers page again.
shaf.ghani28/02/2020 23:51

Thanks for the reply i do the same job


Why would you expect a tip in the UK?
reckoning29/02/2020 09:27

Why would you expect a tip in the UK?


I dont expect. it was a question u know
shaf.ghani28/02/2020 20:12

Do any of the ppl that order ever tip the delivery drivers?


This isn't the US
Thanks op - 12 bottles of wine for £46.70 delivered (50p delivery)
Spot on
griggs198829/02/2020 11:13

Mine was 50p.....


Which year does it arrive
Edited by: "reckoning" 29th Feb
reckoning29/02/2020 11:33

Which year does it arrive


Monday Although if in chose a "green" slot its and extra £1 :/ :/
dude7428/02/2020 16:48

Doesnt work like that,you might get the order through but they have a list …Doesnt work like that,you might get the order through but they have a list of all prohibited addresses they will just cancel it on the morning of delivery without warning. Once they have you on the list you that address is blacklisted.


What if you keep the postcode and the door number the same but slightly alter the street name? E.g willows lane to wilows lane
Edited by: "xPabloz" 29th Feb
shaf.ghani28/02/2020 20:12

Do any of the ppl that order ever tip the delivery drivers?


Thats an American thing. Not that it means we cant, just saying.
Thanks so much
I'm a delivery driver and I 100% don't expect to get a tip, but it's nice when I do. Some people expect a higher level of service ie delivering to the fridge door, or multiple trips to a 10th floor apartment with loads of booze/water etc..... If I was these people I'd be tipping, but not if I was receiving in my semi just to the door
I liked Sainsburys deliveries and used to use them regularly, then they stopped delivering shopping in carrier bags. So to take my shopping up the stairs to my flat I'd have to stand on my doorstep faffing about putting a big pile of tins and packets and bottles etc into bags, before then taking it upstairs. Pain in the arse. Not used them since. Same with Asda.

I've gone all posh now and use Ocado instead
RoscoPeeeColtrane29/02/2020 14:14

I liked Sainsburys deliveries and used to use them regularly, then they …I liked Sainsburys deliveries and used to use them regularly, then they stopped delivering shopping in carrier bags. So to take my shopping up the stairs to my flat I'd have to stand on my doorstep faffing about putting a big pile of tins and packets and bottles etc into bags, before then taking it upstairs. Pain in the arse. Not used them since. Same with Asda.I've gone all posh now and use Ocado instead


Top man.... Great delivery drivers
xPabloz29/02/2020 12:12

Thats an American thing. Not that it means we cant, just saying.


I'm American a lot of employers pay very little money to their staff in actual wages and instead expect the staff to recoup the shortfall in wages from customer tips. When we went to Miami, the guy serving us at the bar was really offended that we didn't leave him a decent tip, he was expecting like 50% tip for a $7 Jack and coke. When we questioned him he started that he gets paid $3 per hour and can only put food on the table if he gets tips.

It's appreciated when someone is in that situation, but here all drivers get either minimum wage or national living wage, I don't feel the need to tip anyone in this country for doubt a job they already get paid for in full.
Used for the 4th time in 2 years on different email address.
bayhabourbutcher28/02/2020 21:43

great code to use for stocking up for the period where coronavirus burns …great code to use for stocking up for the period where coronavirus burns thru the UK population - then herd immunity beds in and its safer to go out again


I cannot claim I haven't considered this very point!
No alcohol so I am out
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