Daily Mail 90p - £5 off £40 Lidl voucher in today's pull-out
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Daily Mail 90p - £5 off £40 Lidl voucher in today's pull-out

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Found 22nd Nov 2014
There's a £5 off £40 Lidl voucher in today's Mail. Brace yourself - £5 off in return for the shame of buying the horrible thing.

See back page of Lidl pullout with Weekend magazine

Just make sure nobody sees you going into the newsagent - or tell them you're just buying a copy of Razzle.

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do we know expiry date?

Nice one!!
Anyone know when aldis next one is?

Lol razzle

there's one in the free leaflet in stores as well

peterdarlison

Nice one!! Anyone know when aldis next one is?



The Aldi ones are much better as the Lidl ones limit you to one alcohol product, whereas the Aldi ones let you buy £40 of alcohol.

Heat for description
Edited by: "turbobuddah" 22nd Nov 2014

Love the Mail. Vote Ukip.

burning hot

How can Daily Mail readers manage to drag themselves into lidl ?

What is the expiry date on the voucher?

stuffdpup

How can Daily Mail readers manage to drag themselves into lidl ?



Don't underestimate their desire to sneer at scroungers and immigrants

Original Poster

stuffdpup

How can Daily Mail readers manage to drag themselves into lidl ?



Isn't it more a case of 'How can Lidl customers debase themselves by buying the Daily Mail'?

was there something about a free starbucks on the mail?

has anyone actually seen the voucher in the mail yet as someone who purchased it said it states on it use by october 2014..what the hell is that about

stuffdpup

How can Daily Mail readers manage to drag themselves into lidl ?



They send their EU housekeepers for shopping...

1982john

was there something about a free starbucks on the mail?


I think the Starbucks is redeem 75 points instead of 500 for Starbucks - not 100% sure but this is usual

stuffdpup

How can Daily Mail readers manage to drag themselves into lidl ?



Might have something to do with the fact that they, like myself, are pensioners and live on a fixed income. Secondly, the quality of their food is far superior to most other supermarkets. Its about time people got over this snobbish attitude. However, whilst the likes of you dont frequent Lidls, it means their prices will remain low which will do us "Lidl Class" shoppers a favour!!!

ian.cope2@btinte

Might have something to do with the fact that they, like myself, are … Might have something to do with the fact that they, like myself, are pensioners and live on a fixed income. Secondly, the quality of their food is far superior to most other supermarkets. Its about time people got over this snobbish attitude. However, whilst the likes of you dont frequent Lidls, it means their prices will remain low which will do us "Lidl Class" shoppers a favour!!!



I think you didn't quite understand his sarcasm. He was having a dig at The Mail and not Lidl.

I would be all over this if it was Aldi.

You bloody Lidl snobs think you're so much better!

Always shop at Lidl, not just because of the prices but also because they sell foods that I can't seem to find anywhere else. Aldi are good as well but tend to be a tad more expensive

Just cannot bring myself to buy The Daily Mail. My soul is worth more than £5...

Well shame, there isn't a Lidl magazine in the Mail that I have just bought at ASDA. It must be a sign - either don't shop at ASDA or don't shop at Lidl. Or maybe don't shop at either!

Same leaflet also in the SUN newspaper, used mine this morning, bought groceries including 24 bottles of ale guess no alochol limit at our lidl.
Edited by: "greenalien1" 22nd Nov 2014

Original Poster

Sunrayho

Well shame, there isn't a Lidl magazine in the Mail that I have just … Well shame, there isn't a Lidl magazine in the Mail that I have just bought at ASDA. It must be a sign - either don't shop at ASDA or don't shop at Lidl. Or maybe don't shop at either!



"See back page of Lidl pullout with Weekend magazine"

Is it there?

Rarely have I seen a more "yawn"
inducing thread on HUKD. Stop
squabbling like children.

gluke21

Rarely have I seen a more "yawn"inducing thread on HUKD. Stopsquabbling … Rarely have I seen a more "yawn"inducing thread on HUKD. Stopsquabbling like children.


Award for the Most Patronising & Condescending Post of the Day.

ian.cope2@btinte

Might have something to do with the fact that they, like myself, are … Might have something to do with the fact that they, like myself, are pensioners and live on a fixed income. Secondly, the quality of their food is far superior to most other supermarkets. Its about time people got over this snobbish attitude. However, whilst the likes of you dont frequent Lidls, it means their prices will remain low which will do us "Lidl Class" shoppers a favour!!!



Utterly ridiculous statement about the quality. I'm a Lidl shopper but much of the food is inferior quality but you get to learn what is good and bad. The idea that Lidl products are 'far superior' is quite frankly delusional even as one person's opinion. Lets not forget most supermarkets have premium ranges of food for a start and have a vastly increased range of products compared to Lidl's which only has limited options so its not exactly difficult to find better food elsewhwere. Some of their processed food is quite vile and inferior to even the everyday value/basic ranges of mainstream supermarkets. Staggers the mind why people would pretend otherwise. It's like the idiots that pretend the power tools in Lidl and Aldi are so called german quality because the supermarkets are german when in fact they are the same generic chinese tools available elsewhere under different brands which is easily proven yet these morons persist in their ridiculous views with not a scrap of evidence to support them.

according to some regular monthly national survey Morrisons are officially the lowest price for own brands inc aldi! - but this didn't include lidL (no online prices)

Newbold

"See back page of Lidl pullout with Weekend magazine"Is it there?



No, I don't have a Lidl pullout with my Weekend magazine. I guess I have the 'ASDA only' version of the paper/magazine. Next time I will buy at the Newsagent's - or buy the Guardian! No, I can't do that either, because the wife only want the Weekend magazine for the TV programmes!

My local store was giving these vouchers away in their leaflets last week - so you did not have to pay 90p for a newspaper you did not really want!

Blow, spent £60 yesterday stocking up on cheese on offer, (hopefully got enough to last me til Easter without freezing), smoked salmon, sausages etc.

The Shopper

I think the Starbucks is redeem 75 points instead of 500 for Starbucks - … I think the Starbucks is redeem 75 points instead of 500 for Starbucks - not 100% sure but this is usual


Was you being sarcastic there, or was it an honest mistake, getting it wrong way around?

Have to agree with Sunrayho's wife. I love the Weekend magazine on a Saturday. Loads to read and all the programmes for next week.

The lidl voucher is on the back of the Lidl flyer that was inside the weekend magazine bit, it's £5 off £40 spend, valid 22/11/14 to 30/11/14. One voucher per transaction. Only one alcoholic product can be purchased in conjunction with this offer. (!!) I bought my paper at M&S but it seems odd that Asda papers wouldn't have it, maybe it was a rogue copy?

The starbucks thing is on page 47 of the paper, it's a drinks voucher for 75 mail points instead of the usual 500 or whatever it is - you enter the code on the back of the paper. You need a mymail account to do this but it'seasy to register if you've not got one.


Edited by: "tomtombeanie" 22nd Nov 2014

The Aldi voucher will be in the daily mirror next Thursday if anyone was wondering

I was wondering about Aldi like.
What date does the Daily Mail voucher expire please?

T&Cs: Voucher valid from 22 November to close of business 30 November. £5 of £40 in single transaction. Only one alcoholic product can be purchased in conjunction with voucher.

There's a leaflet in the middle of the magazine - valid 22/11 - 30/11

I flicked through the daily mail in my local shop but could not see a leaflet inserted in the magazine so I was not brave enough to buy it and search more. There was a bit mention on the front cover claiming it was there, though if they rely on the shops to put the insert in perhaps they don't want to send people to rivals?

bonzobanana

Utterly ridiculous statement about the quality. I'm a Lidl shopper but … Utterly ridiculous statement about the quality. I'm a Lidl shopper but much of the food is inferior quality but you get to learn what is good and bad. The idea that Lidl products are 'far superior' is quite frankly delusional even as one person's opinion. Lets not forget most supermarkets have premium ranges of food for a start and have a vastly increased range of products compared to Lidl's which only has limited options so its not exactly difficult to find better food elsewhwere. Some of their processed food is quite vile and inferior to even the everyday value/basic ranges of mainstream supermarkets. Staggers the mind why people would pretend otherwise. It's like the idiots that pretend the power tools in Lidl and Aldi are so called german quality because the supermarkets are german when in fact they are the same generic chinese tools available elsewhere under different brands which is easily proven yet these morons persist in their ridiculous views with not a scrap of evidence to support them.




I beg to differ - each to their own - and lidls suits me!
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