Fireworks BOGOF (+ free £30 fireworks on £15 spend when you buy Express or Star) @ Sainsbury's
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Fireworks BOGOF (+ free £30 fireworks on £15 spend when you buy Express or Star) @ Sainsbury's

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Found 26th Oct 2012
Offer back on again this year...

A big selection of fireworks are currently BOGOF in Sainsbury's with prices starting at £10

PLUS if you buy this Saturday's Daily Express for 80p or Daily Star for 55p there is a voucher inside where you can get £30 worth of fireworks for free when you spend £15 on Fireworks!

Vouchers valid until 5th November & While stocks last.

For prices & descriptions please see this post by 'calum c'
hotukdeals.com/dea…646
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Sounds good, what are Sainsbury's fireworks like, any good?
Sounds too good to be true. oO
mccririck

Sounds good, what are Sainsbury's fireworks like, any good?



At this price its probs like the fireworks that you set off then they turn round and come right at you! LOL (that's never happened to me BTW oO)
Edited by: "A1512" 26th Oct 2012
So buy 1 lot at £15 and get another free and £30s worth free with the Daily Express is that right?
If it is £60 of fireworks for £15 sounds Ok
Darroch

So buy 1 lot at £15 and get another free and £30s worth free with the D … So buy 1 lot at £15 and get another free and £30s worth free with the Daily Express is that right?If it is £60 of fireworks for £15 sounds Ok



£60 ?? £15 + £30 = £45 oO unless im missing something
kylewalker

£60 ?? £15 + £30 = £45 oO unless im missing something



Spend £15 get £15 free then get £30 free. £15+£15+£30= £60.
kylewalker

£60 ?? £15 + £30 = £45 oO unless im missing something



Yes you are (I think oO).. it is £60 for £15

£15 (you spend) + £15 (BOGOF) + £30(Free Offer) =£60
Why not just burn a £10 note?
So is the free 30 pounds still buy one get one free
Don't forget the price of the Express.... saying that its still a good deal.
JoeBoy88

Spend £15 get £15 free then get £30 free. £15+£15+£30= £60.


philipkole

Yes you are (I think oO).. it is £60 for £15£15 (you spend) + £15 (BOGOF) … Yes you are (I think oO).. it is £60 for £15£15 (you spend) + £15 (BOGOF) + £30(Free Offer) =£60



my bad. missed the bogof bit. even better deal
anyone know what the free fireworks are? Rockets or Fountains/roman candles? I get this voucher every year and sometimes they give you free rockets, or other times they will give you roman candles.
mysmith

Why not just burn a £10 note?



Burning £10

Because burning £10 is not even slightly fun.

As this video illustrates. Try googling "fireworks" to see the difference.

I know my young relatives would rather I spent £10 on fireworks and set them off instead of just burning the money.
mysmith

Why not just burn a £10 note?



Firework nights at your house must be great.
Edited by: "mccririck" 27th Oct 2012
cool, if anyone gets the paper and see's some misleading small print please let us know on here I will have to walk quite a few miles to get the paper you see, cheers
Banned
Surely you cant use both deals at the same time? Normally vouchers exclude this.
Edited by: "richto" 27th Oct 2012
richto

Surely you cant use both deals at the same time? Normally vouchers … Surely you cant use both deals at the same time? Normally vouchers exclude this.



That's what I'm thinking. Even so, I might pick up a few for £15 for new Years plus the extra £30 worth.
It's still £15 for some lame fireworks. Far better to watch a public display for free!
Voucher states cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer!
Never understood why anyone would rather buy their own fireworks than go to an organised display. Better fireworks, safely let off, for less money. I'm sure there are lots of responsible adults out there who buy fireworks to please their children on 5th November, but there are far more less responsible idiot who gain pleasure in letting them off at all hours, between now and New Years Day,scaring babies, pets and the elderley. Any government that promised to ban the sale of fireworks to Joe Public, bit instead insisted on a license for those wanting to organise a proper display, would get my vote.
Sainsburys fireworks are great we always get them from there they have loads on buy 1 get 1 free, the £15.00 selection box is great if your just doing it at at home with the kids
mlauchlan

Voucher states cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer!



Not true! I have taken advantage of this offer last year! £60 fireworks for £15. It is a good offer! and Sainsbury's sell 'Standard' branded fireworks! Good Quality.
mum2nands

Never understood why anyone would rather buy their own fireworks than go … Never understood why anyone would rather buy their own fireworks than go to an organised display. Better fireworks, safely let off, for less money. I'm sure there are lots of responsible adults out there who buy fireworks to please their children on 5th November, but there are far more less responsible idiot who gain pleasure in letting them off at all hours, between now and New Years Day,scaring babies, pets and the elderley. Any government that promised to ban the sale of fireworks to Joe Public, bit instead insisted on a license for those wanting to organise a proper display, would get my vote.



Because it's fun lighting your own fireworks in the garden and making your own display.
hemjshah

Not true! I have taken advantage of this offer last year! £60 fireworks … Not true! I have taken advantage of this offer last year! £60 fireworks for £15. It is a good offer! and Sainsbury's sell 'Standard' branded fireworks! Good Quality.



Same Here, this is an excellent deal!!!
mum2nands

Never understood why anyone would rather buy their own fireworks than go … Never understood why anyone would rather buy their own fireworks than go to an organised display. Better fireworks, safely let off, for less money. I'm sure there are lots of responsible adults out there who buy fireworks to please their children on 5th November, but there are far more less responsible idiot who gain pleasure in letting them off at all hours, between now and New Years Day,scaring babies, pets and the elderley. Any government that promised to ban the sale of fireworks to Joe Public, bit instead insisted on a license for those wanting to organise a proper display, would get my vote.



You sound like a barrel of laughs
mum2nandsOct 27, 2012
Never understood why anyone would rather buy their own fireworks than go to an organised display. Better fireworks, safely let off, for less money. I'm sure there are lots of responsible adults out there who buy fireworks to please their children on 5th November, but there are far more less responsible idiot who gain pleasure in letting them off at all hours, between now and New Years Day,scaring babies, pets and the elderley. Any government that promised to ban the sale of fireworks to Joe Public, bit instead insisted on a license for those wanting to organise a proper display, would get my vote.

Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz!!
Just remember that even professionally organised firework displays can go wrong.. guardian.co.uk/uk/…rks
cstrange

Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz!!



Somebody needs to wake up and learn to use the REPLY function properly
Advantage of getting your own fireworks: you can go inside if it rains, its cheaper if several people club together, you can make your own food rather than pay through the nose for a ratburger, you can use your own toilet instead of a portaloo, no ridiculous queues getting in and out, save fuel (and the environment), kids like being closer to the action....
Disadvantage of getting your own fireworks: they will be rubbish.

I got this deal a few years ago and the £30 free fireworks were a pack of rockets, pretty good ones too, better than the selection box stuff.
Just been to Sainsburys and got BOGOF £20 Venue pack and the multishot one, plus the free £30 pack which looks pretty good, £70 for £20 is a bargain
mccririck

Firework nights at your house must be great.

Ive heard Christmas is fab too lol

has it got a time period in which to use the voucher??? Please

steviedeal

Just been to Sainsburys and got BOGOF £20 Venue pack and the multishot … Just been to Sainsburys and got BOGOF £20 Venue pack and the multishot one, plus the free £30 pack which looks pretty good, £70 for £20 is a bargain



has it got a time period in which to use the voucher??? Please
Just been and got sonic, colour vortex and Orion colour selection for
£15 not bad, heat added
just got mine from preston branch...... £70 worth for £20.....bargain
potatokid

has it got a time period in which to use the voucher??? Pleasehas it got … has it got a time period in which to use the voucher??? Pleasehas it got a time period in which to use the voucher??? Please



Just bought the Star and voucher is valid until the 5th November
thanks hev just went out to get a paper, the £30 free fireworks comes as a pack they hand out to anyone spending over £15 so you don't get to choose fireworks to the value of £30, plus personally as a avid firework fan the picture in the paper shows the 5 pack free gift and it doesn't look like it's worth £30 more like £5 - £10 max. If anyone can tell us what the fireworks in the pack are and shot count if any that would be very useful, thanks.
Free Pack contains vaztastic 12 shots, vaz mataz 12 shots
Colour vortex 60 shots, short circuit and raz ma taz
The last 2 don't say how many shots.
Charles546

Free Pack contains vaztastic 12 shots, vaz mataz 12 shotsColour vortex 60 … Free Pack contains vaztastic 12 shots, vaz mataz 12 shotsColour vortex 60 shots, short circuit and raz ma tazThe last 2 don't say how many shots.



Thanks Charles, doesn't sound too bad on the shot count front, maybe the last two are fountains?
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