Daily Mail - Free* plants, bulbs and fruit for every reader worth over £150 (just pay £5.65 postage for each offer)
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Daily Mail - Free* plants, bulbs and fruit for every reader worth over £150 (just pay £5.65 postage for each offer)

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Found 20th Feb 2014
We are giving every reader the chance to claim a £150 worth of plants, bulbs and fruit, starting with a FREE pack of 48 perennial plants worth £39.96 in this weekend’s Mail on Sunday.

The collection of impressive perennials will create a rich display of pretty colours, making an amazing scene in any garden. Enjoy the long lasting colour each and every year. An easy to grow collection and fully hardy. The collection consists of Penstemon Tubular Bells, Geums, Aubrietas and Foxgloves.

Every day until Friday we will be featuring a different FREE* offer, along with some other fantastic garden discounts. To claim it couldn’t be easier, all you need to pay is £5.65 for each offer to cover postage

6 Comments

How is having to pay £5.65 free?

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deeky

How is having to pay £5.65 free?


It's posted in 'Deals' Deeky rather than 'Freebies'; the plants are free, you just have to pay £5.65 postage

The Mail has been doing these "deals" for a few weeks now .Must admit haven't seen anything so far thats worth the inflated postage they charge.

Have looked at these in the paper but postage seems pretty high...

andywedge

It's posted in 'Deals' Deeky rather than 'Freebies'; the plants are free, … It's posted in 'Deals' Deeky rather than 'Freebies'; the plants are free, you just have to pay £5.65 postage



I know, I know. I was just seeing if you're awake X)

I've collected the whole week's coupons. Why can't they send them all together for one single postage charge like they do for some of their other offers? We obviously know why, but it's a bloody cheek. I'm certainly not paying nearly £30 for postage!!!!!!
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