30 day free trial plus £10 M&S voucher for 1 nescafe bean !

30 day free trial plus £10 M&S voucher for 1 nescafe bean !

Found 12th Jul 2010
30 day free trial plus £10 M&S voucher
Love films? Then you’ll absolutely love this. 30 entertaining days of free DVD rental in your living room. Simply supply the popcorn, and LOVEFiLM will send you any film you care to name from a massive choice of over 65,000 titles. The latest releases, your favourite classics, TV series, even games, there’s something for everyone. It’s a great way to try LOVEFiLm for free with no obligation.

This reward also brings an added little extra. We’ll treat you to a £10 M&S voucher once you’ve been sent the first film on your rental list

All this for just 1 bean.

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Please note that existing subscribers or those who have previously enjoyed a free trial with any LOVEFiLm-powered site are not eligible for this offer. To receive your voucher, you must successfully register for your free trial, add at least ten films to your rental list and have LOVEFiLm dispatch your first disc to you. You will receive your £10 M&S voucher within 30 days of having had your first dispatch, providing you have at least 10 titles on your list.

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I have put £1.63 as the nescafe price as this is price of 100g jar at my local Tesco (and has one bean on the packaging).

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Not bad. I prefer this offer though.....same deal but £10 amazon voucher


Bought a 300g jar of nescafe in asda, reduced to £4 and has 3 beans on it.
OOh I don't know which one to go for now ! Thanks for that.
Or an even better idea would be to go via topcashback or Quidco and as a new subscriber to lovefilm you get £15 cashback
Yes, as they typically refuse people from ever having a deal trial in future, always wait it out and ensure that you get the best deal that you can, such as 90 days, or max cash/value back.
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