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£12 off £60 Spend on Groceries for First online shop with voucher code @ Morrisons + Various offers
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£12 off £60 Spend on Groceries for First online shop with voucher code @ Morrisons + Various offers

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Posted 25th Feb

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I've just done a great shop with this code 24 items including steak 18 pack diet coke chicken 240 tea bags (PG) etc They've got some good special offers on to. The extra £12. off code as made a big difference new customer first online shop
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Offer: £12 off £60 on your first-time shop
Code: VOU6326993
Order Start Date:25/2/2020
Order End Date: 29/2/2020
Delivery Period: 26/2/20 till 1/3/20
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I've had some of these vouchers printed off at the till and also emailed to me,
one of the restrictions is you cant redeem it againt alcohol, so thats me out
£60 is too much for 1 persons shopping if alcohol isnt included
Edited by: "cainer1" 25th Feb
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Change the title to £12 it looks like £2 off £60 spend
Edited by: "ms84" 25th Feb
Me thinks the OP loves the shift key abit too much
ms8425/02/2020 14:37

Change the title to £12 it looks like £2 off £60 spend


Thanks Op
Thankyou x
I've had some of these vouchers printed off at the till and also emailed to me,
one of the restrictions is you cant redeem it againt alcohol, so thats me out
£60 is too much for 1 persons shopping if alcohol isnt included
Edited by: "cainer1" 25th Feb
cainer125/02/2020 15:46

I've had some of these vouchers printed off at the till and also emailed …I've had some of these vouchers printed off at the till and also emailed to me, one of the restrictions is you cant redeem it againt alcohol, so thats me out £60 is too much for 1 persons shopping if alcohol isnt included


Try it!! Worked on a £52 groceries and added a £11 box of Budweiser last week for me
Does it work on any booze? Anyone know
Edited by: "TickleMyPickle" 25th Feb
TickleMyPickle25/02/2020 16:19

Does it work on any booze? Anyone know



See comments above.

Also a possible £7-ish TCB or Quidco cashback to be had
cainer125/02/2020 15:46

I've had some of these vouchers printed off at the till and also emailed …I've had some of these vouchers printed off at the till and also emailed to me, one of the restrictions is you cant redeem it againt alcohol, so thats me out £60 is too much for 1 persons shopping if alcohol isnt included


I never buy alcohol and I try to spend £60.00 but it always goes over £120.00 so all I'm saying is without alcohol you can buy more munch
19DembaBa1925/02/2020 19:12

I never buy alcohol and I try to spend £60.00 but it always goes over …I never buy alcohol and I try to spend £60.00 but it always goes over £120.00 so all I'm saying is without alcohol you can buy more munch



i live on my own, if i spend £60 on food the vast majority of it would have to go in the freezer,
which is small and already nearly full
i'm also well stocked up on household stuff
Edited by: "cainer1" 25th Feb
Thanks
cainer125/02/2020 19:15

i live on my own, if i spend £60 on food the vast majority of it would …i live on my own, if i spend £60 on food the vast majority of it would have to go in the freezer, which is small and already nearly fulli'm also well stocked up on household stuff


Yeah, I thought you were pretty concise with your earlier comment - seems as though some people just like to pass comment for no real reason!

If I don't include alcohol then I'm in the same situation, a "regular" shop won't hit £60, but I dont mind bumping it up with a bottle or case of something if it means I can hit a certain price point (not in this case though)
cainer125/02/2020 19:15

i live on my own, if i spend £60 on food the vast majority of it would …i live on my own, if i spend £60 on food the vast majority of it would have to go in the freezer, which is small and already nearly fulli'm also well stocked up on household stuff


Stock up on Pop, Crisps and Chocolate stuff you'll eat what wont go bad by time you finished
Hot! Just used it on £60 worth of food. Cheapest delivery was £3 so I saved £9. Thanks!!
Edited by: "emotionaleater" 26th Feb
New customers? Or existing too?
superjel27/02/2020 08:50

New customers? Or existing too?


OP stated first online shop
Heat from me, although Isn’t this an offer that most supermarkets do for first online shops? I remember going round the flat and each creating new accounts at uni!
Should stack with any Morrisons offers on Amex cards as well, I have spend £40 get 5% back on Morrisons at the moment.
So basically 20% off..

Kindest regards
cainer125/02/2020 19:15

i live on my own, if i spend £60 on food the vast majority of it would …i live on my own, if i spend £60 on food the vast majority of it would have to go in the freezer, which is small and already nearly fulli'm also well stocked up on household stuff


I'm the same I spend 40 quid usually on 2 weeks food. However I'm not a drinker of alcohol so if I can get 20 quid of say Pepsi and Monster for 8 quid I'll do it.
I just found out Morrisons now deliver to me! Must have started recently. I can use TCB and this code?
firstofficer27/02/2020 15:29

So basically 20% off..Kindest regards


Congratulations on performing some maths?
Actually nevermind. Even the basics are more than Tesco. Maybe I'll save this for Christmas.
sammy_zammy27/02/2020 15:35

Congratulations on performing some maths?


Is that a question?

Kindest regards
Thanks OP.
Bought loads of cross action oral b brush heads!
firstofficer27/02/2020 15:29

So basically 20% off..Kindest regards


No, its actually £12 off over £60 spend.
TheGreat_Cyrus27/02/2020 17:07

No, its actually £12 off over £60 spend.


Which is 20%...

Basic arithmetic.

Kindest regards
firstofficer27/02/2020 17:22

Which is 20%...Basic arithmetic.Kindest regards


They're saying that anything over £60 has no further discount.

Is that an answer?
sammy_zammy27/02/2020 17:35

They're saying that anything over £60 has no further discount.Is that an …They're saying that anything over £60 has no further discount.Is that an answer?


Yes point taken. But assuming one spends £60 and not a penny more, the discount would equate to 20%..

Kindest regards
firstofficer27/02/2020 17:22

Which is 20%...Basic arithmetic.Kindest regards


If you spend £60 exactly then sure.. That would equal 20% saving. But again this is £12 off, not 20% off.
What if you spend £61? Or more? Is that still "basically" 20%? Why are you so confused? :/
Basic arithmetic really
Edited by: "TheGreat_Cyrus" 27th Feb
So far so good and used TCB. Fingers crossed.
TheGreat_Cyrus27/02/2020 17:58

If you spend £60 exactly then sure.. That would equal 20% saving. But …If you spend £60 exactly then sure.. That would equal 20% saving. But again this is £12 off, not 20% off. What if you spend £61? Or more? Is that still "basically" 20%? Why are you so confused? :/Basic arithmetic really



Don't waste your time - this user is a troll and is just saying whatever will rile you up.
Edited by: "Latterman" 27th Feb
Just ordered £52 including delivery & it accepted £12 off - many thanks. I already had Morrison's account so just set up another with different email address
hobbsie6527/02/2020 18:50

Just ordered £52 including delivery & it accepted £12 off - many thanks. I …Just ordered £52 including delivery & it accepted £12 off - many thanks. I already had Morrison's account so just set up another with different email address


Is that not fraud?

Kindest regards
firstofficer27/02/2020 19:14

Is that not fraud?Kindest regards


I will cancel my order then if you think it is fraud - I doubt if anyone else ever does that sort of thing
Edited by: "hobbsie65" 27th Feb
hobbsie6527/02/2020 19:38

I will cancel my order then if you think it is fraud - I doubt if anyone …I will cancel my order then if you think it is fraud - I doubt if anyone else ever does that sort of thing


Just sayin...

Kindest regards
These companies are not stupid. They know that people have various email addresses. The whole idea is to drum up business for them. I bet they’d rather have your business than not and, if it was really a big deal to them, they would probably be able to use your information to highlight that you were already a customer. I suspect they don’t mind a bit, as long as you are spending with them instead of elsewhere.
Edited by: "granto3" 27th Feb
sammy_zammy27/02/2020 20:02

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It's not a glitch. The gentleman is using a new email address in order to obtain discounts which were meant for new clients...

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