£5 House of Fraser Voucher (no min spend instore, £30 online with code 5off30) with Telegraph + Free Paper if Spending £10 in Waitrose
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£5 House of Fraser Voucher (no min spend instore, £30 online with code 5off30) with Telegraph + Free Paper if Spending £10 in Waitrose

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Found 18th Mar 2015
UPDATE - Some images of the voucher from the paper here...

* Full thing - i.imgbox.com/qic…jpg

* Better view of T&C - i.imgbox.com/k1U…jpg

UPDATE - Either use of the voucher is valid up until midnight this Wednesday (25/03/15).

UPDATE - 22/03 - £5 House of Fraser voucher also in Sunday Telegraph (not just Saturday)

UPDATE 21/03 - Online code confirmed by thomas25 as 5off30 Cashback looks to track with it, but as always can't be guaranteed.

Deal link may not work correctly - should take you to: telegraph.co.uk/pro…tml

Buy the Telegraph newspaper this Saturday (21st March) for a £5 House of Fraser voucher. There's no minimum spend in-store, and a £30 minimum spend online.

If you shop in Waitrose and have a MyWaitrose card (it's free), when you spend £10 you can can get the paper for free (rather than £2). Details - waitrose.com/hom…tml Sign up via - waitrose.com/web…317

Plus....

* Don't forget cashback if buying online.

* If you're an Amex card holder and have already saved the £10 statement credit for a £50 spend, you can combine with this deal instore or online. Sadly no more sign ups available. Deal link for reference - hotukdeals.com/tag/dea…895

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Original Poster

UPDATE - Some images of the voucher from the paper here...

* Full thing - i.imgbox.com/qic…jpg

* Better view of T&C - i.imgbox.com/k1U…jpg

UPDATE - Online code confirmed by thomas25 as 5off30 Cashback looks to track with it, but as always can't be guaranteed.

UPDATE - Either use of the voucher is valid up until midnight this Wednesday (25/03/15).

UPDATE - 22/03 - £5 House of Fraser voucher also in Sunday Telegraph (not just Saturday)

Voucher details - telegraph.co.uk/pro…tml

Buy the Telegraph newspaper this Saturday (21st March) for a £5 House of Fraser voucher. There's no minimum spend in-store, and a £30 minimum spend online. Sounds like it may also be included in Sunday's edition.

If you shop in Waitrose and have a MyWaitrose card (it's free), when you spend £10 you can can get the paper for free (rather than £2). Details - waitrose.com/hom…tml Sign up via - waitrose.com/web…317

Plus....

* Don't forget cashback if buying online.

* If you're an Amex card holder and have already saved the £10 statement credit for a £50 spend, you can combine with this deal instore or online. Sadly no more sign ups available. Deal link for reference - hotukdeals.com/dea…895





Edited by: "morgie" 22nd Mar 2015

Thanks - will pick up the paper at the weekend for the £5 voucher

Heat added

Original Poster

Chanchi32

Thanks - will pick up the paper at the weekend for the £5 voucherHeat … Thanks - will pick up the paper at the weekend for the £5 voucherHeat added



It reminds me of a certain Chanchi scorcher (just shy of 500 degrees) last year - hotukdeals.com/dea…356 Shame no new sign ups available for the Amex deal this year, but great for those who have one already saved to their card.

Thanks op

cheers op.

Thanks, free money

Waitrose are for unthinking pretentious toffs.. The aromatic duck tasted nothing like those from Sainsburys or other supermarket. You can make crunchy pork skin with their pork joints. No, I would stick to the less POSH supermarkets ..

aym280

Waitrose are for unthinking pretentious toffs.. The aromatic duck tasted … Waitrose are for unthinking pretentious toffs.. The aromatic duck tasted nothing like those from Sainsburys or other supermarket. You can make crunchy pork skin with their pork joints. No, I would stick to the less POSH supermarkets ..



You do that.

will the voucher be in the paper

I second that Tygerrtygerr, I'd rather not bump into Mr glass half's full and I'm certainly no toff!! ;-)

fab deal too by the way thank you

Banned

Brilliant thanks! Heat

kathrynt

will the voucher be in the paper



will be

think this is running in saturdays paper as well as sunday - so possible to get a couple of £5 vouchers for instore

can i use multiple vouchers in 1 transaction?

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Elves

can i use multiple vouchers in 1 transaction?



Probably not, but may need to wait to see full T&C with the voucher in Saturday's paper, unless it's known from last year's deal. If you can, I'll be sure to update the OP.

Thanks for headup

There is always plenty of marked down food in Waitrose, just buy a tenners worth for the free paper.

just reminded me I have an £8 off £40 spend voucher for Waitrose!

If you don't usually buy the Telegraph, then surely it's not that great as effectively you're getting £3! Not exactly a bargain of the century is it?!

Wonder if anyone could post the code here tomorrow? Cheeky I know

Original Poster

kooks65

Wonder if anyone could post the code here tomorrow? Cheeky I know



Tomorrow is Friday? I understand these to be unique codes, if generic will update the OP at the weekend.

morgie

Tomorrow is Friday? I understand these to be unique codes, if generic … Tomorrow is Friday? I understand these to be unique codes, if generic will update the OP at the weekend.


Oops sorry missed a day X)

Voucher probably be worth a quid after I've spent 2 on the paper, the rest in time- travelling to the nearest waitrose (!) a fab find for regular broadsheet readers nonetheless

Hi can I combine 3-4 vouchers in a single purchase ??

aym280

Waitrose are for unthinking pretentious toffs.. The aromatic duck tasted … Waitrose are for unthinking pretentious toffs.. The aromatic duck tasted nothing like those from Sainsburys or other supermarket. You can make crunchy pork skin with their pork joints. No, I would stick to the less POSH supermarkets ..


Have to disagree.I generally find their stuff to be of a better quality than the likes of Asda,Morry etc.
Even their essentials range is quite good.

joesmum

just reminded me I have an £8 off £40 spend voucher for Waitrose!


Mines for £6 off £30 spend ie.also 20% off but less minimum spend.:)
Am curious to know how Waitrose decide the criteria when giving different vouchers.
I think it has to do with how often you use the card and amount spent.So if you use it less,would you need a higher minimum spend,or is it the other way round?

Heat added.Chrz.
Will use my Waitrose voucher as well.:)
Btw,they've changed their T&C on their vouchers,as it now says "Only one voucher per person",which the older ones didn't have.So now you can't combine vouchers eg.use a minimum spend voucher with a money off voucher.
Just thinking tho,if there were two people at the till and the other person had the other voucher,could they still use it,cause it's not one voucher per transaction??

hallidayresnick3

Hi can I combine 3-4 vouchers in a single purchase ??


T&C says "Only one voucher per person".
No mention if,for example,you was with a friend and they had a different voucher.

morgie

Probably not, but may need to wait to see full T&C with the voucher in … Probably not, but may need to wait to see full T&C with the voucher in Saturday's paper, unless it's known from last year's deal. If you can, I'll be sure to update the OP.


It is known.

Hmm... anyone know the rules regarding gift cards?

£2 paper, x 5 papers = £10 spend for £25 worth of vouchers.

If it is only 1 voucher per customer, there are several desks at HoF. Nothing says you can't top up gift cards at different counters in store.

(I wonder if you can top up 1 gift card multiple times... anyone know?)

Original Poster

johnsmith1997

Mines for £6 off £30 spend ie.also 20% off but less minimum spend.:)Am c … Mines for £6 off £30 spend ie.also 20% off but less minimum spend.:)Am curious to know how Waitrose decide the criteria when giving different vouchers.I think it has to do with how often you use the card and amount spent.So if you use it less,would you need a higher minimum spend,or is it the other way round?



I shopped 3 times toward the end of last year, each time using another voucher (£10 off £40). I did a small shop earlier this week (~£20), but that was probably after they had confirmed voucher offers, I received the £8 off £40 variety. So, I haven't shopped much, my offer is now slighty worse (£8 off rather than £10), but for the same spend level (£40). Still seems good to me if I can mainly focus spend on items already reduced/cheaper than else where.
Edited by: "morgie" 19th Mar 2015

anyone know if you need sat and sun papers??

morgie

I shopped 3 times toward the end of last year, each time using another … I shopped 3 times toward the end of last year, each time using another voucher (£10 off £40). I did a small shop earlier this week (~£20), but that was probably after they had confirmed voucher offers, I received the £8 off £40 variety. So, I haven't shopped much, my offer is now slighty worse (£8 off rather than £10), but for the same spend level (£40). Still seems good to me if I can mainly focus spend on items already reduced/cheaper than else where.


I think I only used the card a couple of times last year,only when they emailed me some money-off vouchers,only spent a couple of quid.Bought maybe £100+ or so of clothes at the John Lewis Xmas sales tho using my John Lewis card in the same name.Maybe they share the same data,so I qualify as big spender,so get a better voucher.:) Who knows!!??

samwants2save

Voucher probably be worth a quid after I've spent 2 on the paper, the … Voucher probably be worth a quid after I've spent 2 on the paper, the rest in time- travelling to the nearest waitrose (!) a fab find for regular broadsheet readers nonetheless



Exactly, Sunday Telegraph is quite expensive!

tricky_tree1982

If you don't usually buy the Telegraph, then surely it's not that great … If you don't usually buy the Telegraph, then surely it's not that great as effectively you're getting £3! Not exactly a bargain of the century is it?!


Yeah you're right, no one on this site likes free money! (_;)

joesmum

just reminded me I have an £8 off £40 spend voucher for Waitrose!


thanks for reminding me...i've the voucher too

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aym280

Waitrose are for unthinking pretentious toffs.. The aromatic duck tasted … Waitrose are for unthinking pretentious toffs.. The aromatic duck tasted nothing like those from Sainsburys or other supermarket. You can make crunchy pork skin with their pork joints. No, I would stick to the less POSH supermarkets ..



Yes of course , it's all about the duck,! Tragic story of woe

Original Poster

r40

anyone know if you need sat and sun papers??



Should be just the one, and understand it will appear in both.

It's actually £5 spend on Saturdays and the paper (And Free Tea Or Coffee) are included in that price...

thanks morgie!!
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