£5 off £40 (poss £10 off £40) @ Tesco with Daily Star(30p) / Daily Express(50p)
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£5 off £40 (poss £10 off £40) @ Tesco with Daily Star(30p) / Daily Express(50p)

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Found 1st Apr 2012
Buy the Daily Star (30p) on Monday & there is a voucher for £5 off when you spend £40 at Tesco. Also in the Daily Express(50p)

You CAN use this £5 off £40 voucher WITH the £5 off £40 till-spit voucher!!

Also in Daily Express Free Malteaster Bunny to get from Martin, McColl or RSMcColl

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This is my first comment lol...Thanks nicster08

great news

can this be used together with the till split £5 off £40 theyve been handing out lately?

splatsplatsplat

can this be used together with the till split £5 off £40 theyve been h … can this be used together with the till split £5 off £40 theyve been handing out lately?



THIS

was wondering that myself, don't see why not if the amount totals £40 before the first voucher

Original Poster

right, apparently you CAN use BOTH vouchers together!! in the same transaction!

[quotesplatsplatsplat - Apr 01, 2012 22:25
can this be used together with the till split £5 off £40 theyve been handing out lately?][/quote

Received £2.00 off £20.00 spend with clubcard and use it with the £5.00 till spit so don't see why not. So will be able to get £40.00 of shopping for £28.00

willber00

was wondering that myself, don't see why not if the amount totals £40 … was wondering that myself, don't see why not if the amount totals £40 before the first voucher


let us know if you are sucessful

Ok so you take this paper voucher with you, spend £40 in store, present the voucher, Total cash you hand over will be £35. Great? Not so great.

Spending £35 cash does not qualify you for a free voucher for £5 off your next shop as you havent met the £40 minimum criteria. So those who do not hand over at least £40 cash will loose out on tesco own free voucher.

So just remember if you want to use this voucher and receive another free £5 your next shop you must spend at least £45 on groceries.

Edited by: "fluidz" 1st Apr 2012

fluidz

You must be aware of the £5 off next shop voucher you receive if you … You must be aware of the £5 off next shop voucher you receive if you spend £40 in store. Well if you do use this voucher given away in the paper, it says you only need to spend £40 to qualify, great that brings the ship cost down to £35 right? Ok so you take this paper voucher with you, spend £40 in store, present the voucher, Total cash you hand over will be £35. Great? Not so great.Spending £35 cash does not qualify you for a free voucher for £5 off your next shop as you havent met the £40 minimum criteria. So just remember if you want to use this voucher and receive another free £5 your next shop you must spend at least £45 on groceries.



think you will find the till split comes from the total BEFORE any vouchers used..

Cheers

Original Poster

fluidz

You must be aware of the £5 off next shop voucher you receive if you … You must be aware of the £5 off next shop voucher you receive if you spend £40 in store. Well if you do use this voucher given away in the paper, it says you only need to spend £40 to qualify, great that brings the ship cost down to £35 right? Ok so you take this paper voucher with you, spend £40 in store, present the voucher, Total cash you hand over will be £35. Great? Not so great.Spending £35 cash does not qualify you for a free voucher for £5 off your next shop as you havent met the £40 minimum criteria. So just remember if you want to use this voucher and receive another free £5 your next shop you must spend at least £45 on groceries.



Surely the qualifying spend is BEFORE vouchers

nicster08

Surely the qualifying spend is BEFORE vouchers



Wasn't the case when I used a £5 off paper voucher plus a clubcard coupon, I spent £40 in store, but the total cash I paid was £31, I didn't receive a £5 off your next shop voucher.



Edited by: "fluidz" 1st Apr 2012

fluidz

Ok so you take this paper voucher with you, spend £40 in store, present … Ok so you take this paper voucher with you, spend £40 in store, present the voucher, Total cash you hand over will be £35. Great? Not so great.Spending £35 cash does not qualify you for a free voucher for £5 off your next shop as you havent met the £40 minimum criteria. So those who do not hand over at least £40 cash will loose out on tesco own free voucher.So just remember if you want to use this voucher and receive another free £5 your next shop you must spend at least £45 on groceries.


Not true, I split my shopping last week as was getting some stuff for my dad aswell. Total for first lot was £41, used my £5 till spill voucher so paid £36 and still got a £5 voucher for next week.
Second lot was just over £40, used other vouchers and got another till spill £5 off.
It is based on the total after multisaves but before any payment (including vouchers)

I was told before to use £5 off £40 plus another £5 off £40 in same transaction you need to spend £80 even if 1 is till spit and other from paper etc.

babyblue

I was told before to use £5 off £40 plus another £5 off £40 in same tra … I was told before to use £5 off £40 plus another £5 off £40 in same transaction you need to spend £80 even if 1 is till spit and other from paper etc.



That's what the official rule is at Tesco...but 90+% of the time the SA does not know of this. (_;)

is there an online code?

Coupons are just another form of payment, like cash, cards, etc. Using them to part pay for your shopping total doesn't affect how you qualify for petrol coupons/till spit coupons/clubcard points/multisaves/knife coupons/schools & clubs tokens/etc in any way at all.

Thank you this will come in very handy, do you know how long the voucher lasts for?

IT'S A CON.

Just bought three copies. Opened up to the given page, 12, and there is a full page ad for the "spend £40 this week get £5 off next week" promotion. No voucher.

NO VOUCHER IN THE DAILY STAR.

Confirmed what Nujol wrote no voucher in daily star anyone confirm if there is in the express?

Confirmed a CON - I went to pick up 3 copies - on the front of express it says £5 off on £40 spend see page 6. On page 6 is an advert for £5 off a £40 spend. So the current promotion. There is no voucher and the only way to get this is to spend £40 (as you would have done anyway).

Dont forget to get them to subtotal at £40 otherwise you could spend £150 and still only get a single voucher at the till.
I am just glad I read it first - woman in shop said a lot of people had picked a copy up turned to page 6 and left empty handed.

Nasty little con trick.

so what is in the paper then? Just an advert for the current promotion, or an offer/voucher to get the promotion? Should have known tesco wouldnt let 2 promotions run at the same time.

Original Poster

splatsplatsplat

so what is in the paper then? Just an advert for the current promotion, … so what is in the paper then? Just an advert for the current promotion, or an offer/voucher to get the promotion? Should have known tesco wouldnt let 2 promotions run at the same time.



just an advert

sorry everyone

same as in the express its just advertising that if u spend 40 pound or more in tesco this week u will get a 5 pound voucher to come off nxt weeks shop!

Ive just complained to daily star. I feel its a bit misleading. Usually it is a voucher in paper. You dont need to buy a paper to get this offer

nicster08

just an advert :(sorry everyone



You are hereby banned from posting any more deals for 3 days!

What a Rip Off...basically it's advertised as a voucher and it's an advert...waste of 30p...but thank's for trying OP...

it's a bit misleading, isn't it?

last week they had a similar banner on the front page offering £5 off asda purchases.

i took the paper but while i was waiting at the checkout leafed through it to find the coupon and saw that it was actually a two-page advert for ASDA saying that if one bought £40 of goods one would get a £5 voucher for the next shop.

so i dumped the newspaper upon before i reached the till!

This one is ripe for the ASA - there is nothing on the front page that says this is an advertising promotion - and given that previously these HAVE referred to in-paper vouchers, this has to be against the rules. Waste of 30p and shoe leather!

Have complained to the ASA and Tesco - this is very underhand by whoever the promoter is - taking advantage of people who recognise the recent spate of cut-out vouchers and thought this would be the same. Surely if it's an advert and not editorial or a promotion, it needs to say so, especially as it's a BIG ad in the middle at the top of the front page.

Edited by: "Hanonymouse" 2nd Apr 2012

Hanonymouse

This one is ripe for the ASA - there is nothing on the front page that … This one is ripe for the ASA - there is nothing on the front page that says this is an advertising promotion - and given that previously these HAVE referred to in-paper vouchers, this has to be against the rules. Waste of 30p and shoe leather!Have complained to the ASA and Tesco - this is very underhand by whoever the promoter is - taking advantage of people who recognise the recent spate of cut-out vouchers and thought this would be the same. Surely if it's an advert and not editorial or a promotion, it needs to say so, especially as it's a BIG ad in the middle at the top of the front page.



I'm fuming, its 50p in the North West, and I only purchased it for the voucher!

What a RUBBISH post by the original poster.

mebzz

What a RUBBISH post by the original poster.



dont be a gimp, more a RUBBISH misleading advert on the front of those papers.

Hanonymouse

This one is ripe for the ASA - there is nothing on the front page that … This one is ripe for the ASA - there is nothing on the front page that says this is an advertising promotion - and given that previously these HAVE referred to in-paper vouchers, this has to be against the rules. Waste of 30p and shoe leather!Have complained to the ASA and Tesco - this is very underhand by whoever the promoter is - taking advantage of people who recognise the recent spate of cut-out vouchers and thought this would be the same. Surely if it's an advert and not editorial or a promotion, it needs to say so, especially as it's a BIG ad in the middle at the top of the front page.




totally agree, very underhanded

swervy249

dont be a gimp, more a RUBBISH misleading advert on the front of those … dont be a gimp, more a RUBBISH misleading advert on the front of those papers.



Only two gimps in this thread....yourself and the OP

Surely one would check a deal really exists before posting up here....that way it is actually useful to people rather than people waste their time picking up a paper they would not normally read. Secondly, the comment from the OP suggests he/she did see the deal

"You CAN use this £5 off £40 voucher WITH the £5 off £40 till-spit voucher!!"

Rubbish post full stop. It's all BS.

mebzz

Only two gimps in this thread....yourself and the OPSurely one would … Only two gimps in this thread....yourself and the OPSurely one would check a deal really exists before posting up here....that way it is actually useful to people rather than people waste their time picking up a paper they would not normally read. Secondly, the comment from the OP suggests he/she did see the deal"You CAN use this £5 off £40 voucher WITH the £5 off £40 till-spit voucher!!"Rubbish post full stop. It's all BS.





I have to say I agree. OP said;

"Buy the Daily Star (30p) on Monday & there is a voucher for £5 off when you spend £40 at Tesco. Also in the Daily Express(50p)

You CAN use this £5 off £40 voucher WITH the £5 off £40 till-spit voucher!! "



Being misled by the newspapers and posting the 'deal' is one thing (and could be forgiven if it had been left at that), but to make grand assumptions like the OP did by stating that you could use the (non-existent) 'voucher' AND the current till spit voucher (as though they had in fact done so), when in fact nobody (including the OP) could possibly have made such a statement because the voucher didn't exist is another.


Misleading not just by the newspapers in my book.
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