1st and 2nd class stamps - 20% off at Sainsburys Online £47.99
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1st and 2nd class stamps - 20% off at Sainsburys Online £47.99

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Found 1st Mar 2014
Prerequisite: you must have not used sainsburys online groceries service before and you need to be willing to drop £48 on stamps.

1. Sign up for Sainsburys.co.uk groceries as a new customer.
2. Add to the basket 10 books of 2nd class stamps OR 5x1st + 4x2nd OR some combination of these that adds up to £60+. You can also buy the large varieties.
3. Use code Q6GT-CH7L-7PK9 or 9NLT-KL9D-X4JJ or DDF4-F7NJ-GYQF or XMPR-LTM6-MRKF to bring the total from £60 to £45. Some may have expired so try them all.
4. Pay the £2.99 delivery charge. You will have paid £47.99 for £60 worth of stamps. All stamp prices go up soon, so it's best to stock up now.

Mine were delivered just a few moments ago. When yours are delivered, double check all books are there and the receipt shows the discounted price.

Or buy from Tesco, works out to be £45 by using XXR7TM, use click and collect and also get £5 cashback using Quidco. Code expires on 09/03/14 so make sure you select a collection time on or before that date.
- kfcmaniac

102 Comments

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Great saving ! thanks

Thank you. I meet the criteria My £20 supply from 2012 is beginning to run out.

Is click and collect available to save postage?

Heard yesterday that they are putting first class up to 62p (from 60p) which makes this very hot if you can afford to bulk buy

almost bought before i saw the minimum spend heat for those who have lots of penpals tho

Great saving! Thank you, heat added.

Very good

Great deal thanks!

Hot

good deal but T&Cs state...

The £15 or £20 voucher will be deducted from your first grocery order provided your order is for £60 or £100 respectively or more excluding delivery charge (qualifying spend excludes infant formula, tobacco and related products, gift vouchers, BT phone cards, savings or postage stamps).



Edited by: "Speculator" 1st Mar 2014

Thank you. Delivery tomorrow night!

can you cash these back in at post office and make 20%?

I remember using these

Also applies to Stage 1 baby milk

casper6391

can you cash these back in at post office and make 20%?



No, afraid not!

Original Poster

Speculator

good deal but T&Cs state...The £15 or £20 voucher will be deducted from y … good deal but T&Cs state...The £15 or £20 voucher will be deducted from your first grocery order provided your order is for £60 or £100 respectively or more excluding delivery charge (qualifying spend excludes infant formula, tobacco and related products, gift vouchers, BT phone cards, savings or postage stamps).


Where are the T+Cs?

Speculator

good deal but T&Cs state...The £15 or £20 voucher will be deducted from y … good deal but T&Cs state...The £15 or £20 voucher will be deducted from your first grocery order provided your order is for £60 or £100 respectively or more excluding delivery charge (qualifying spend excludes infant formula, tobacco and related products, gift vouchers, BT phone cards, savings or postage stamps).



So we'd just be ordering in the hope they don't catch on and void the voucher, unless someone else knows different.

Maybe the t & c are different for different codes?

Edited by: "eande2" 1st Mar 2014

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eande2

So we'd just be ordering in the hope they don't catch on and void the … So we'd just be ordering in the hope they don't catch on and void the voucher, unless someone else knows different.


I bought mine almost a week ago and they arrived today. I got my voucher from vouchercodes.co.uk/sai…622 and I can't remember which one it was. But it was not dissimilar to the top one their at the moment - VGDR-PH9Q-JJHL. It says nothing in the T+Cs about item restrictions.

It's true if everyone orders, they may cancel them. It's interesting it works on baby formula as well - they'd be breaking the law, according to the info here babyfeedinglawgroup.org.uk/rep…911

This was tried last year at tesco, the voucher went through but when they arrived they were full price so beware! hotukdeals.com/dea…e=3
Edited by: "j8ulia" 1st Mar 2014

Done this with tesco a month or so back will do the same with ocado too.

Banned

Speculator

good deal but T&Cs state...The £15 or £20 voucher will be deducted from y … good deal but T&Cs state...The £15 or £20 voucher will be deducted from your first grocery order provided your order is for £60 or £100 respectively or more excluding delivery charge (qualifying spend excludes infant formula, tobacco and related products, gift vouchers, BT phone cards, savings or postage stamps).



I have just tried it and it actually deducted the £15 off my shop and came to a total of £47.99 including delivery

Banned

walsall123

Is click and collect available to save postage?



I am struggling to find that option on that website so I guess we have to pay the delivery charge (I hope someone proves me wrong), seems silly and funny especially when the delivery driver comes to your door and says, here you go, here are your x amount of stamps lol

Thanks

thanks op

Cant use the evoucher option?mainly got stamps but have added food item too?

If you really think about it, the deal isnt the stamps its £15 off a £60 spend, I could buy £60 worth of shopping and then use the discount then buy stamps at full price at the post office and ill be no better or worse off.

So as long as you use this voucher it really doesnt matter what you buy
Edited by: "jb66" 1st Mar 2014

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jb66

If you really think about it, the deal isnt the stamps its £15 off a £60 s … If you really think about it, the deal isnt the stamps its £15 off a £60 spend, I could buy £60 worth of shopping and then use the discount then buy stamps at full price at the post office and ill be no better or worse off.So as long as you use this voucher it really doesnt matter what you buy


£60 of sainsburys ahopping is approximately £45 of tesco shopping though...

depends what you get.

You could order £60 worth of value tissue. 45p a box @ Sainsburys but has been 65p @ Tesco for well over a year.

I Work for sainsburys and normally money off coupons cannot be used on tobacco, stamps, baby milk products etc.. Sainsburys will catch on to this and you will be charged full amount! Beware!

Original Poster

Speculator

depends what you get. You could order £60 worth of value tissue. 45p a … depends what you get. You could order £60 worth of value tissue. 45p a box @ Sainsburys but has been 65p @ Tesco for well over a year.



Actually if you look on mysupermarket and do the maths, Sainsbury's sell them at 0.3p each and Tesco at 0.289p each. There are a few things that are better value or the same at Sainsbury's, but finding £60 worth is challenging.

Original Poster

alcro234

I Work for sainsburys and normally money off coupons cannot be used on … I Work for sainsburys and normally money off coupons cannot be used on tobacco, stamps, baby milk products etc.. Sainsburys will catch on to this and you will be charged full amount! Beware!


Do you fulfill online orders? I ordered 10x2nd class booklets and mine arrived without a hitch. The receipt shows a £15 coupon was applied.

If they change their mind, they will probably contact. If not, you should always check the receipt at the point of delivery anyway.

Sweet, cheers OP

Banned

Hopefully Sainsburys will cotton n to this and cancel all the orders from you chancers

Just tweeted them to tell them

aberfal

Hopefully Sainsburys will cotton n to this and cancel all the orders from … Hopefully Sainsburys will cotton n to this and cancel all the orders from you chancersJust tweeted them to tell them



Everyone loves a grass!

Heat from me, just ordered

jb66

If you really think about it, the deal isnt the stamps its £15 off a £60 s … If you really think about it, the deal isnt the stamps its £15 off a £60 spend, I could buy £60 worth of shopping and then use the discount then buy stamps at full price at the post office and ill be no better or worse off.So as long as you use this voucher it really doesnt matter what you buy


EXACTLY what I was thinking! Especially as it clearly states in the T&C's that vouchers are not valid for Stamps, tobacco, formula etc...(Always the same for store vouchers). If you genuinely need that amount of stamps and it all works out (I.e not charged full price on delivery) then great! If not, then it's probably best avoided unless you're willing to be charged full price.

Somehow managed to spend 68 quid on wine and coffee and used a 12 quid off 60 spend as have used them before but at least i got some stamps too !

WonderWoman

EXACTLY what I was thinking! Especially as it clearly states in the … EXACTLY what I was thinking! Especially as it clearly states in the T&C's that vouchers are not valid for Stamps, tobacco, formula etc...(Always the same for store vouchers). If you genuinely need that amount of stamps and it all works out (I.e not charged full price on delivery) then great! If not, then it's probably best avoided unless you're willing to be charged full price.


I have included stamps on my Tesco grocery delivery order with coupons but note it was only one/two book of 6 stamps, so presumably the system allows it but is dependent on the staff packing it.

Those who want to avoid delivery charge there is a mid-week delivery option for free if the spend is £100+ though.

Fantastic - just what the doctor ordered in view of the forthcoming price hike

I put two bags off rice with my stamps
Thanks for this drspa44 your a star

I went to buy a stamp for the furst time in years today. It cost 60p! They were twenty something pence the last time I bought one. Do they deliver it twice as fast now as that seems to be way over inflation?
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