Buy Apple & Peach Ribena £1 at Tesco and make £1.89 profit!!!
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Buy Apple & Peach Ribena £1 at Tesco and make £1.89 profit!!!

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Found 26th Jul 2013
You can try Ribena's new Plus Apple & Peach for absolutely nothing! Pick up the special bottles..these are £1 at Tesco at the moment (Till 4/8). All you need to do is buy one a promotional bottle with a "Try Me Free" collar,

Fill the form in online and they' will refund your money back via a £2.89 cheque. Making you a £1.89 profit. Plus you have tried it for free.
You can also request the money to charity as well as receive a Ribena voucher instead.

See site for T&C's


Thanks for the previous posts......

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73 Comments

Free money? Voted hot.

Just bought mine from Tesco and filled the form in, thanks. Hot

Banned

Apple!! Must be cold

Which is it - apple & pear or apple & peach?

ranjadaganja

Apple!! Must be cold




not if you microwave it

Great find to combine the two deals you've listed - it's gonna get hot in here!

Original Poster

Thanks furber changed it..Link is right though.

furber

Which is it - apple & pear or apple & peach?



I't's Apple and Peach

How many cheques can you receive ?

Original Poster

Supposed to be one per household, I have two, one at my address and one at my Dads. Going back to get some for friends. LOL

Yeah, it's one per household. And I believe only 1 per email too

do they not want proof you bought it?

neurotica

do they not want proof you bought it?



Indeed try me free usually asks for collar and receipt - Occasionally there can be a code, but I expect this will refund the £1.00 cost shown on the receipt, in that case the original cost is irrelevant - if a full refund is due.
Edited by: "grahamwill39" 26th Jul 2013

Original Poster

grahamwill39

Indeed try me free usually asks for collar and receipt - Occasionally … Indeed try me free usually asks for collar and receipt - Occasionally there can be a code, but I expect this will refund the £1.00 cost shown on the receipt, in that case the original cost is irrelevant - if a full refund is due.



No I was expecting to take a photo of the receipt but no just the code under the collar...BTW....I am not promoting people raiding stores taking the collars off.
Edited by: "superdealer" 26th Jul 2013

I almost feel sorry for companies running promos like this...they work based on the assumption that most people will be too lazy/forget to redeem them. What they don't count on is HUKD and how dedicated the HUKD community are to getting a bargain!
Edited by: "Nobull" 26th Jul 2013

Nobull

I almost feel sorry for companies running promos like this...they work … I almost feel sorry for companies running promos like this...they work based on the assumption that most people will be too lazy/forget to redeem them. What they don't count on is HUKD and how determined the HUKD community are to getting a bargain!




No collars at Tesco and Sainsburys!

Original Poster

traydog

No collars at Tesco and Sainsburys!



??? Sainsburys

traydog

No collars at Tesco and Sainsburys!



staff have had 'em!

Can you imagine if this had been unlimited per household... people would be buying hundreds!

Can't beat free money but its a bit of a faf (plus they will get all your details to use for marketing) and in all honesty if you like the drink you shouldn't really mind paying.

I'm guessing loads of people will forgot to untick the box which ribena will than post and pass your details to everybody else.

Original Poster

Kabz....If people do not read things that is their problem, the actual tick boxes are very large and need to be ticked not unticked to give that info away. Ribena are not some scamming dodgy company.

Edited by: "superdealer" 26th Jul 2013

Shame it a cheque in this day and age, bit of a hassle unless you're going near/ to the bank anyway to deposit it for that amount. Shame the retailer cant get an agreement with Ribena to just knock it of the next supermarket bill as a voucher and they sort it for you.

Result! I hadn't seen them in Tesco when I made the £1 'post', just saw the price online. I should be able to do a couple, one for our house and one for the next door neighbours, which will come through our anyway (I've used that before for Lovefilm/Netflix promos). Thanks OP X)

They had them in my Tesco score with the collars on, it says proof of purchase is required but they didn't ask for anything and have received an email... "Thanks for entering your promo code at our website and requesting your money back. We'll be popping a cheque in the post soon, so keep your eyes peeled."

Thanks.

David23

... in all honesty if you like the drink you shouldn't really mind paying.




''You....should't....really.....mind.....paying.....''
Sorry, I do not understand, this concept is alien to me!
Edited by: "FLORALIQUE" 26th Jul 2013

Ideal scenario as codes are the way forward, less admin for them - all that opening envelopes counting vouchers and checking a receipt. I did the Leerdammer offer - 2 packs for £2 and a free sandwich box. Entering the codes took minutes and it was free.
Edited by: "grahamwill39" 26th Jul 2013

Sounds like a minging flavour, but free money, so great deal!!

davej1710

Shame it a cheque in this day and age, bit of a hassle.



Yeah how annoying of them to give you free money

not one collar to be seen in my local...staff must have had them...lol

About 50 bottles but no collars, Tesco Clacton

Bought as wanted to try, but no collars in my store. Tesco Great Horton Road.

I see some Tesco staff make more by keeping deals and clearance items to themselves than what they earn in wages.

No collars on the bottles in the front of store display, but over in the drinks section there were about 30 bottles with collars (Basildon).

Argh, did I vote cold? Damn tiny siamese twinned mobile site buttons & tiny phone screen! I meant to vote HOT. HeroDeveloper, how about putting the Hot & Cold buttons on opposite ends of the titles?

Can't they just send you the money without buying anything. Sounds like such a hassle and having a one per household limit means people can't use this instead of a payday loan which is just plain unfair as I am sure many readers would agree.

Nobull

I almost feel sorry for companies running promos like this...they work … I almost feel sorry for companies running promos like this...they work based on the assumption that most people will be too lazy/forget to redeem them. What they don't count on is HUKD and how dedicated the HUKD community are to getting a bargain!


so true .... nice

All gone from the ribena in my Extra!

I haven't tried this yet but it worked when I got a free powerade bottle with a promo code which were one per household.

If you use a different email address then mis-spell your address then it might work!! E.g. Hill veiw instead of hill view.

The postman will think you are stupid but who cares?
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