£5 Off £40 Spend at Morrisons - voucher in The Sun this Thursday (9th February)
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£5 Off £40 Spend at Morrisons - voucher in The Sun this Thursday (9th February)

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Found 7th Feb 2012
Did a quick search and couldn't find it posted.

Please don't vote on the paper - for the voucher, worth buying the paper and binning it!

Get £5 off your food shop at Morrisons when you spend £40 or more.
What's the deal?

You can claim £5 off your shopping at Morrisons when you spend at least £40 with a free voucher in The Sun this Thursday.
How do I benefit?

Simply purchase a copy of The Sun on 9th February and inside you'll find a free £5 Morrisons voucher.

Once you have your voucher, just take it to your nearest Morrisons store and present it to a member of staff before they start scanning your shopping through the till.
Expiry

The voucher is only available inside The Sun on 9th February, 2012.

The £5 voucher will be valid until 15th February, 2012.
Conditions

You must spend a minimum of £40 to be able to use the voucher.

Subject to availability.

For a full set of terms and conditions please refer to your voucher.

71 Comments

If it's a voucher you might want to consider putting it in the section marked "vouchers"

jeez.

I don't bin the paper afterwards - I use it to light the fire :-)

Cheers for info,

£40 shop in there for all the bogof

and same in Tesco as well

I hope they have one every week, ive noticed in the last couple of weeks a helluva lot of prices in Morrisons have gone up, so this voucher offsets that cost, otherwise its off to Aldi !

Tom Servo

If it's a voucher you might want to consider putting it in the section … If it's a voucher you might want to consider putting it in the section marked "vouchers"jeez.



Not really you have to buy the paper to get the deal.
Thanks Op.

good find.thanks

Thanks.

The last few times they have done this it has only been valid from thursday until sunday.
Are you sure it will be valid until 15th?

jonhoggy

I hope they have one every week, ive noticed in the last couple of weeks … I hope they have one every week, ive noticed in the last couple of weeks a helluva lot of prices in Morrisons have gone up, so this voucher offsets that cost, otherwise its off to Aldi !



You may well find similar everywhere - wholesale food prices have shown serious inflation since the new year. Own brands get hit harder as the margins are small to begin with. Look at canned tuna for example, own brands are now often dearer than branded.

Banned

Yeah are you sure it's valid till 15th because last weeks voucher was only till the Sunday of that week

Buy the sun? I wouldn't wipe my ar.. Joking! It's a great deal, think it was posted for last weeks paper and got very hot.

...wasn't this £6 off last week?!

Original Poster

spenz09

The last few times they have done this it has only been valid from … The last few times they have done this it has only been valid from thursday until sunday.Are you sure it will be valid until 15th?



Those were the details that I received by e-mail.
Checked online and being advertised on MSE as well and shows validity until 15th Feb...

Are there any exclusions for the voucher? I quite fancy some games.

Probably on ciggies and petrol. Would of thought you could buy games

StolenDiagram

Are there any exclusions for the voucher? I quite fancy some games.



Edited by: "collectorcol" 7th Feb 2012

Would rather pay the £40 than buy that dirty rag

In before the JFT96 crew...

Oh, too late.


Hot deal

johnmac5785

Would rather pay the £40 than buy that dirty rag



each to their own but even if you detest the paper so much surely it wont harm to spend 30p on a copy, rip out the voucher in seconds and then chuck the rest of the paper in the bin.

Surely in these times a fiver off the weekly shop is a top deal regardless of which paper you have to buy.

Morrison wont let you buy more than 3 items of the same thing...Its a load of rubbish..Expensive,Useless store to find Bargains...SAFEWAY was brilliant till Morrison took it over...Typical northern owner.TIGHT,.
ILL NEVER SHOP IN THERE AGAIN,.FULL OF OLD AGE PENSIONERS

/\ Don't know which Morrisons you use, but ours doesn't have a '3 is your limit' on everything. Occasionally on certain offers they will have 'limited to x amount' but that isn't very often and the x amount is usually very generous and no normal person I would of thought, would exceed it.

Edited by: "Bankzy108" 7th Feb 2012

Banned

It's about time morrisons got online groceries sorted

Heat, these deals are great, 30p for a free bottle of wine with your shop

I'm not voting cold on the paper, I'm voting cold on the endorsements

http://www.contactmusic.com/pics/la/ivy_2_120608/richard_hammond_1916174.jpg

Georgedeals

Morrison wont let you buy more than 3 items of the same thing...Its a … Morrison wont let you buy more than 3 items of the same thing...Its a load of rubbish..Expensive,Useless store to find Bargains...SAFEWAY was brilliant till Morrison took it over...Typical northern owner.TIGHT,.ILL NEVER SHOP IN THERE AGAIN,.FULL OF OLD AGE PENSIONERS



Quite a rant, Your local Morrisons must be different to every other Morrisons in the country then. You sure you wasnt in Spa?

Georgedeals

Morrison wont let you buy more than 3 items of the same thing...Its a … Morrison wont let you buy more than 3 items of the same thing...Its a load of rubbish..Expensive,Useless store to find Bargains...SAFEWAY was brilliant till Morrison took it over...Typical northern owner.TIGHT,.ILL NEVER SHOP IN THERE AGAIN,.FULL OF OLD AGE PENSIONERS

Funny that, because you sound like one...

maddib1

each to their own but even if you detest the paper so much surely it wont … each to their own but even if you detest the paper so much surely it wont harm to spend 30p on a copy, rip out the voucher in seconds and then chuck the rest of the paper in the bin.Surely in these times a fiver off the weekly shop is a top deal regardless of which paper you have to buy.


Why is it so hard for some people to understand that some others have moral reasons for not buying the paper...
It's not the same to buy it and then bin it. Buying it adds to their circulation numbers, which is what these deals are designed to do.
You do realise that they couldn't give a toss about the distribution of 'news' don't you? It's about selling advertising space, and the more 'buyers' they have the more they can charge for that advertising.

As I said in a previous thread, my conscience is worth more than a fiver.

Not voting on the deal, as it IS value if you buy this thing anyway, but can't give heat to a deal involving that rag.
Edited by: "bilbob" 7th Feb 2012

bilbob

You do realise that they couldn't give a toss about the distribution of … You do realise that they couldn't give a toss about the distribution of 'news' don't you?

You do realise that we couldn't give a toss about your 'morals' don't you?

Rubisco

You do realise that we couldn't give a toss about your 'morals' don't … You do realise that we couldn't give a toss about your 'morals' don't you?


Did I ask you to?

Why is it so hard for some people to understand that some others have … Why is it so hard for some people to understand that some others have moral reasons for now buying the paper...



dont you mean 'not' instead of now!!!

golfie

dont you mean 'not' instead of now!!!


Yup!!

golfie

dont you mean 'not' instead of now!!!

Don't you mean 'Don't' and '?' instead of 'dont' and '!!!'?

johnmac5785

Would rather pay the £40 than buy that dirty rag


Buy the paper, cut out the coupon, look at the ti*s, and dump it.
Edited by: "ajlspurs" 7th Feb 2012

Thanks

Many thanks for the early heads up Op

I'll put off my Morrisons shop 'till Thursday now

Similar offer to last week, my local Morrisons [Teesside Park] had no Sun newspapers left, luckily I bought a copy on the way, so you might want to buy yours on the way there too.
Have some heat

justice for the 96

johnmac5785

Would rather pay the £40 than buy that dirty rag


We'll your an idiot then.

alternate

You may well find similar everywhere - wholesale food prices have shown … You may well find similar everywhere - wholesale food prices have shown serious inflation since the new year. Own brands get hit harder as the margins are small to begin with. Look at canned tuna for example, own brands are now often dearer than branded.


didnt inflation drop? i thought prices would go down slightly not up
an example in morrisons, pukka pie were normally £1.55. today they shot up to £1.69 !! thats just one there are plenty more, you think you saving but in reality the prices have been put up

jhnpb1

We'll your an idiot then.


really?

I look forward to the day when The Sun accuse other HUKD members friends and families of stealing from and urinating on dead people. Lets see how hot their "just cut out the voucher and bin the rag" deals go then.
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