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£5 off at B&Q when you spend £25. instore or online, coupon in the Mail on Sunday
£5 off at B&Q when you spend £25. instore or online, coupon in the Mail on Sunday

£5 off at B&Q when you spend £25. instore or online, coupon in the Mail on Sunday

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£5 off a £25 B and Q spend with coupon from the Mail on Sunday

Worth if for sure if you were planning to head to B& Q anyway

Instore or online

Online code is CLUB5WYS25
- ClashInDevon

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jonboy81

'Vote Labour' poster on the window of your council flat?


Typical bigoted mail reader.

shame the paper itself is so fascist

jonboy81

'Vote Labour' poster on the window of your council flat?



​it isn't fair to say that the Mail is currently fascist, although it was openly so in the 1930s. It is currently 'just' scare-mongering, nationalist guff. This is not a deal for me - £5 saved would always be welcome but not at that moral price.

If the mail on Sunday is 1.20 and I wasn't already buying it then technically it's 3.80 off a £25 spend.. and I'd have to be seen buying a newspaper.. in 2017!! And not just any newspaper.. the DAILY MAIL :0
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Does it say if it can be used for click and collect orders?

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LittleKati

Does it say if it can be used for click and collect orders?



Says ' instore or online'

SUMMER’S here at last – and with this weekend's The Mail on Sunday, we've got something that’ll help you make the most of the long, warmer days: a voucher giving you £5 off when you spend £25 or more at B&Q, in store or online.

From furniture sets that work as an outside extension of your home, to hanging baskets that provide the perfect finishing touch, B&Q’s outdoor ranges help you make the very most of whatever outside space you have.

Don’t worry if you’ve already got your garden in perfect shape – you can use the voucher on any other B&Q products if you wish. Or why not put it towards a great gift for Father’s Day, which is just a fortnight away?

HOW TO CLAIM

To get £5 off at B&Q when you spend £25 or more in store or online, simply pick up a copy of this weekend's The Mail on Sunday.

To find your nearest B&Q, visit diy.com/fin…ore

Free mail in most coffee shops ands suoermarket coffee shops.

Or if you spend £8.80 or £10 at Waitrose or booths (not sure if loophole has been closed now, with which paper is part of the £10)

Original Poster

boyaloud

Free mail in most coffee shops ands suoermarket coffee shops.



Nice. Thank you

Original Poster

boyaloud

Or if you spend £8.80 or £10 at Waitrose or booths (not sure if loophole h … Or if you spend £8.80 or £10 at Waitrose or booths (not sure if loophole has been closed now, with which paper is part of the £10)



Brilliant tip, thank you

shame the paper itself is so fascist

I enjoy being a hypocrite and hate wiping my rectum with The Mail or The Sun - but willing to bend over to save a few quid!

I'll still continue to be a pious and righteous a hole though hahah!!

td0s

shame the paper itself is so fascist


Communist! Since you like extremes.

td0s

shame the paper itself is so fascist



'Vote Labour' poster on the window of your council flat?

jonboy81

'Vote Labour' poster on the window of your council flat?


Typical bigoted mail reader.

If the mail on Sunday is 1.20 and I wasn't already buying it then technically it's 3.80 off a £25 spend.. and I'd have to be seen buying a newspaper.. in 2017!! And not just any newspaper.. the DAILY MAIL :0

Cold - Awful paper

What code is it for online?

jonboy81

'Vote Labour' poster on the window of your council flat?



​it isn't fair to say that the Mail is currently fascist, although it was openly so in the 1930s. It is currently 'just' scare-mongering, nationalist guff. This is not a deal for me - £5 saved would always be welcome but not at that moral price.

Online code anybody please

christopherreese818

Online code anybody please



I found a link that says the code is CLUB5WYS25

Cold! Mail on Sunday dare I say more



td0s

shame the paper itself is so fascist

td0s

shame the paper itself is so fascist


You have a serious problem if that's your attitude to a free democracy. " I love the tories" tattoo on your forehead? Mocking people living in council flats, typical "I'M ALRIGHT JACK" Tory. MAY OUT

CLUB5WYS25 listed above appears to be correct, working on delivery and click & collect orders for full-priced items. Also stacks with the last club voucher I got by email from previous purchase

scunny

You have a serious problem if that's your attitude to a free democracy. " … You have a serious problem if that's your attitude to a free democracy. " I love the tories" tattoo on your forehead? Mocking people living in council flats, typical "I'M ALRIGHT JACK" Tory. MAY OUT



My comment says nothing about my 'attitude to free democracy', I'm more than happy that my taxes help people unfortunate in life. BUT, anyone who hates a right of centre newspaper (your typical intolerant lefty) most likely has a 'the world owes me' kind of attitude and would vote for a party that would bankrupt the economy just to get as many benefits as possible in the short term.

Thanks OP, I used this today to buy myself a new drill. For some reason my paper was £1.70, didn't know prices varied, maybe because it's a village shop and they seem to charge a bit more. Still saved an additional £3.30 though. [Insert political comment expressing my alliance to a certain party and slagging off an opposing party here].

This means I'd actually have to buy a copy of the Daily Mail though... I'm afraid that's out of line with my personal morals!

KareemSaid

I enjoy being a hypocrite and hate wiping my rectum with The Mail or The … I enjoy being a hypocrite and hate wiping my rectum with The Mail or The Sun - but willing to bend over to save a few quid!I'll still continue to be a pious and righteous a hole though hahah!!



V. funny comment!
p.s. if you've gone so far up to be wiping your "rectum" you've gone too far with whatever is at hand - start and end with the anus (just to be safe :^)

jonboy81

My comment says nothing about my 'attitude to free democracy', I'm more … My comment says nothing about my 'attitude to free democracy', I'm more than happy that my taxes help people unfortunate in life. BUT, anyone who hates a right of centre newspaper (your typical intolerant lefty) most likely has a 'the world owes me' kind of attitude and would vote for a party that would bankrupt the economy just to get as many benefits as possible in the short term.


What a prat you are. 20K less police to pay for but the new grammar schools will show the terrorists we mean business. MAY OUT

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