£5 of £40 at Lidl with Voucher in today's Daily Mail 90p or Express 85p (25/7)
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£5 of £40 at Lidl with Voucher in today's Daily Mail 90p or Express 85p (25/7)

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Found 25th Jul 2015
Just noticed this at the Newsagents this morning
Might be of use to some
Will post more details shortly.

Cost of paper 90p, voucher on page 43
Valid for today (25/7) until next Saturday (3/8)

Voucher also in Express, magazine section. (85p)
Plus Lidl supplement in The Sun, Daily Mail and Telegraph.

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think its the express rather than mail boss.

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Tim_UK

think its the express rather than mail boss.



Only saw the deal on the cover of the mail, so may be on both... Will check.
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Excellent definitely prefer Lidl or Aldi..
Aldi slightly you could argue wins in quantity but Lidl wins hands down in quality of its food.

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Tim_UK

think its the express rather than mail boss.



You're right it is in Both - nice spot

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seanmc172

Excellent definitely prefer Lidl or Aldi.. Aldi slightly you could argue … Excellent definitely prefer Lidl or Aldi.. Aldi slightly you could argue wins in quantity but Lidl wins hands down in quality of its food.


Definitely seeing more Aldi stores opening than Lidl now... Love the chocolate from Aldi personally!

Lidl do the BEST fresh bread! Try the tiger loaves for 50p!

You can pick this voucher up free in store at Lidl (in Lidl News August back page) - if they have any copies left:

hotukdeals.com/dea…e=3

Seems a better offfer stack in the Express

- £5 off £40 Lidl

- free 99p Flake cone at Spa mmmmmmmm

- free inside out Anger stress toy from vue - cant see the details around this

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Edited by: "Chanchi32" 25th Jul 2015

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There's a few deals in the papers today's
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Free loaf of bread in Daily Mirror
Free ice lolly in Daily Star

Edited by: "aclondon" 25th Jul 2015

There are actually TWO £5 off £40 spend Lidl vouchers in today's Daily Mail
One on page 43 to cut out and one in the Lidl News August that's in the Weekend supplement

The page 43 voucher t & c doesn't have the "Only one alcoholic product" limitation that the Lidl News voucher t & c does

This'll be interesting when I try to purchase £40 worth of booze next week X)

the saturday telegraph also has the lidl news supplement with £5 off £40 valid until 02/08

Shame aldi don't do the vouchers anymore!

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Also have a supplement in The Sun too... So probably in most papers today...

"prison if you smack children" - classic Express ****!

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smitn1

"prison if you smack children" - classic Express ****!


You know I had not even looked at the headlines until now..
"Lock up your babies" but don't smack them if they refuse just let them get eaten by sea gulls!
Edited by: "aclondon" 25th Jul 2015

jimmybo

You can pick this voucher up free in store at Lidl (in Lidl News August … You can pick this voucher up free in store at Lidl (in Lidl News August back page) - if they have any copies left:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/5-off-40-lidl-voucher-instore-lidl-news-free-voucher-2248245?page=3#comments



Exactly! Just pick up 2 or 3 and buy everything you want. They are totally FREE!

Sure I read once that Tesco accept vouchers from other supermarkets - that still true? Might just have been Aldi rather than lidl though.

Our village is getting Aldi and Lidl next year. How good is that?

express vouchers on page 32.

free cadbury flake 99 ice cream cone

redeem today only at spar and vivo stores.

i've never seen either in my neck of the london woods.
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re stress toy - i've got a lot of anger and stress inside me.

"growing up can be a bumpy road" says the express.

you're telling me!

"redeem your coupon at a participating vue during opening hours.

"offer valid from saturday july 25th to friday july 31st, 2015.

"while stocks last

"excludes leicester square, piccadilly and dublin."
Edited by: "seb" 25th Jul 2015

the loaf of bread offer is redeemable at tesco.

personally i don't think the saturday mirror is worth 90p, free mirror notwithstanding.

page 28.

kingsmill 800g 50/50 bread in medium or thick from tesco extra and tesco superstores.

voucher valid until sunday july 26th.

subject to availability and while stocks last.

Edited by: "seb" 25th Jul 2015

jaydee - tesco did used to accept vouchers from other supermarkets.

but AFAIK that offer expired some time ago

Don't think I could bring myself to buy the mail or the express!

seanmc172

Excellent definitely prefer Lidl or Aldi.. Aldi slightly you could argue … Excellent definitely prefer Lidl or Aldi.. Aldi slightly you could argue wins in quantity but Lidl wins hands down in quality of its food.


Aldi better tomatos, and most fruits/vegs, also cheaper (cherries 59p for about 3 weeks some time ago).
Lidl bulk pistachios for under £8, also bulk cherries sometimes for £2.99/kg
Hard to name the better one

BTW, you can buy the newspapers from Aldi
Edited by: "MaximusRo" 25th Jul 2015

Downside of this is that Lidl is now becoming increasingly busier and they run out of bread and bakery products in ours.

The £5 off £40 spend Lidl vouchers are already appearing on ebay - 80p to £1.75 each (delivered)

I would assume that these have been acquired FOC (Lidl News August) from Lidl stores

Why buy a newspaper for the Lidl voucher? See previous posts - the voucher is in the free Lidl News paper, August 2015 edition, now in my local store. Valid for a week from 25/7/15.

Lidl's seem to be doing a voucher every month - I missed the July one. Trick is to pick the paper up as soon as it appears before everyone else does! My guess its likely to be in the stores during the last week in the preceeding month, as this time, meaning the last Saturday.

Does anyone know the logic behind the 1 alcoholic item per voucher? Is it a responsible drinking thing as surely they are making profit on alcohol. I struggle to spend £40 in Lidl without buying a few bottles of wine!

bluesntwos

Does anyone know the logic behind the 1 alcoholic item per voucher? Is it … Does anyone know the logic behind the 1 alcoholic item per voucher? Is it a responsible drinking thing as surely they are making profit on alcohol. I struggle to spend £40 in Lidl without buying a few bottles of wine!



There is no logic behind the LIDL checkout interpretation of the alcohol voucher restriction

In their t & c Lidl actually state "One alcoholic PRODUCT" not "one purchase" or "one item"I would interpret that to mean one PRODUCT of wine - beer - spirits etc.

With the Lidl interpretation, you can purchase one bottle of liqueur for £30 in the £40 shop - but only one 50p can of beer!

Sorry to bore you all - but in today's Daily Mail inpaper cut out voucher there are NO ALCOHOL Purchase RESTRICTIONS in the £5 off £40 spend voucher t & c

I'll update you on my Lidl £40 booze purchase results (with this voucher) during the week

Voucher available in store today

jimmibo - it is not clear whether you are saying there are no limits on how much alcohol you can buy with Lidl voucher in the Daily Mail because your wording can be read either way!

Bluesntwos - I think the restriction of one alcoholic item per voucher, is so people cannot buy alcohol only and not buy any groceries. Sainsburys did preclude any alcohol with their vouchers last I saw a few weeks ago. Tesco place no restrictions and I have used their vouchers to buy alcohol almost entirely and bought small value grocery items to make up the total spend required.

RayB

jimmibo - it is not clear whether you are saying there are no limits on … jimmibo - it is not clear whether you are saying there are no limits on how much alcohol you can buy with Lidl voucher in the Daily Mail because your wording can be read either way!



Yes. I was indicating that - according to the page 43 Daily Mail voucher t & c - there are no alcohol purchase restrictions at all when using the £5 off voucher in a £40 shop!

Update
Using the "in paper" Daily Mail voucher, I've confirmed that there are no alcohol purchase restrictions in the £40 shop
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