First online grocery shop at Sainsbury's of £60 will only cost £44 using code CATNNSLCEJ and first shop of £100 will only cost £80 using code NBMMFA2.  Codes valid until 07/05/16
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First online grocery shop at Sainsbury's of £60 will only cost £44 using code CATNNSLCEJ and first shop of £100 will only cost £80 using code NBMMFA2. Codes valid until 07/05/16

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Found 28th Feb 2016
Combine with some of Sainsbury's deals to take full advantage of these discounts including on home, toys/Lego, personal and electrical items as well as your usual grocery items, for example:

Babyliss Curl Secret Stylist 2667u reduced to £84 from £120 so could be £68, Bosch Kitchen Machine MUM4807GB reduced to £60 from £120 so could be £44, Russell Hobbs Purifry reduced to £90 from £150 so could be £74, Highstreet TV Nutribullet reduced to £75 from £85 so could be £59 and Tefal Freemove Cordless Steam Iron FV9965 reduced to £70 from £90 so could be £54 using the discount, stock permitting.

Don't forget using a cashback credit card and/or any incentives via credit cards/bank cards could save even more and boost Nectar points.

Hope this helps some.



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still probably cheaper at Asda. cold for me for the fact Sainsburys are expensive.
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hewittinspain

still probably cheaper at Asda. cold for me for the fact Sainsburys are … still probably cheaper at Asda. cold for me for the fact Sainsburys are expensive.


Fair enough. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion.
Sainsbury's is a rip off, could do the same shop twice over elsewhere
Sainsbury's is a rip off, could do the same shop twice over elsewhere
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ikskwizituk

Sainsbury's is a rip off, could do the same shop twice over elsewhere


That's great!
Thanks yoshiiiii. My friend has been looking for a Babyliss Secret curler so this will be good for her. Don't think Asda sell them.
love sainsburys. heat for me. ty op
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I love sainsbury desserts so heat from me
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Caskey

Getting an expired message.


Found the details here: mirror.co.uk/mon…331, which stated: If you've a large family, and spend £100 or more on groceries, Sainsbury's is offering £20 off your first online order, with voucher code NBMMFA2 - until 7 May 2016.

If you spend under £100, you can also take advantage of £16 off your order when you spend £60 - click here to redeem with discount code CATNNSLCEJ - until 7 May 2016.

To redeem, head to the Sainsbury's website and enter the voucher code at the checkout.

The discount is only valid on spends at £60 or more. Home delivery varies from £1-£6.

For more ways to save at Sainsbury's, visit our Sainsbury's voucher codes page.

Can't try myself as not a new customer.
I did this last week and tbh I was pleasantly surprised with the prices - they aren't a lot different from asda and you would definitely still be saving with this voucher as I did
asda are crap for meat, fruit n veg. love sainsburys fruit n veg last ages while I find asda's don't! cheap n cheerful for some I guess.
hewittinspain

still probably cheaper at Asda. cold for me for the fact Sainsburys are … still probably cheaper at Asda. cold for me for the fact Sainsburys are expensive.



​better quality at sainsburys
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yoshiiiii

Found the details here: … Found the details here: http://www.mirror.co.uk/money/online-food-shopping-deals-5355331#comments-section, which stated: If you've a large family, and spend £100 or more on groceries, Sainsbury's is offering £20 off your first online order, with voucher code NBMMFA2 - until 7 May 2016.If you spend under £100, you can also take advantage of £16 off your order when you spend £60 - click here to redeem with discount code CATNNSLCEJ - until 7 May 2016.To redeem, head to the Sainsbury's website and enter the voucher code at the checkout.The discount is only valid on spends at £60 or more. Home delivery varies from £1-£6.For more ways to save at Sainsbury's, visit our Sainsbury's voucher codes page.Can't try myself as not a new customer.



​Just re register with a new email address. I've been doing this for as long as these offers have been running. Works every time. I got £75 of shopping delivered yesterday for £44. This was a mixture of deals and the £18 off.
Sainsburys all the way .... We can't eat asda own food - it's awful!! Online shop fab aswell ... Pretty much everything's always in stock, fresh with good sell by dates.... And with 1 hour slots - just pick the £1 delivery slots ! Not sure I'd re reg a new email address tho to get this offer but heat if you're a new customer
ggss

​better quality at sainsburys



​im talking about everyday brands. Heinz beans dont taste better at Sainsburys then they do at Asda. Meat I buy local at the butchers but for bread and typical groceries Asda are generally cheaper on an overall shop
kelsbels12

asda are crap for meat, fruit n veg. love sainsburys fruit n veg last … asda are crap for meat, fruit n veg. love sainsburys fruit n veg last ages while I find asda's don't! cheap n cheerful for some I guess.


Also finding a child parking space at asda is a joke , always folk parking there with no children with em and at sainsburys always get a space no problem .
Sainsbury's are the best for fresh fish, especially as Morrisons tell me their fish is 6 days old!
What's the image for the deal? Can't work it out.
hewittinspain

still probably cheaper at Asda. cold for me for the fact Sainsburys are … still probably cheaper at Asda. cold for me for the fact Sainsburys are expensive.


The quality at Sainsbury's is far superior to that of Asda.
Cant check out with the Curl Secret, says the offer/product no longer exists.
Just tried the £16 code and it's expired.
SCPPTNFBM I used this code. Ordered the curl secret for £67 delivered.
rdbradshaw

Also finding a child parking space at asda is a joke , always folk … Also finding a child parking space at asda is a joke , always folk parking there with no children with em and at sainsburys always get a space no problem .



That's the funniest thing I've EVER read here - seriously - that you think it's relevant, useful, meaningful is an absolute hoot.
mandshotbargains

SCPPTNFBM I used this code. Ordered the curl secret for £67 delivered.



​ You're a total star cheers. I'd spent 30 minutes trying to work out how to spend £60 on food shopping (usually spend £25 a week in aldi!) only to find out the other code had expired.
therealjohnpeat

That's the funniest thing I've EVER read here - seriously - that you … That's the funniest thing I've EVER read here - seriously - that you think it's relevant, useful, meaningful is an absolute hoot.


All adds up as in you use more petrol looping around the asda car park trying to find a space that doesn't exist , other factors are that some offers at certain times are better at sainsburys than other places and 1 reason why asda is cheaper because the majority of stock is closer to use by / best before .
mcormack

The quality at Sainsbury's is far superior to that of Asda.


Someone I know working inside M&S bakery buys sainsburys bakery products and packs them in M&S packaging and sells them on more fo what they paid,sainsburys quality taste
savyshopper2015

Someone I know working inside M&S bakery buys sainsburys bakery products … Someone I know working inside M&S bakery buys sainsburys bakery products and packs them in M&S packaging and sells them on more fo what they paid,sainsburys quality taste


Lol
rdbradshaw

Also finding a child parking space at asda is a joke , always folk … Also finding a child parking space at asda is a joke , always folk parking there with no children with em and at sainsburys always get a space no problem .



Shouldnt even be a 'thing' this parent spaces. Absolute farce. What on earth qualifies someone to think they should get special treatment because they've been daft enough to have kids?

Disabled spaces YES..but parent spaces? Absolute joke.
hewittinspain

​im talking about everyday brands. Heinz beans dont taste better at S … ​im talking about everyday brands. Heinz beans dont taste better at Sainsburys then they do at Asda. Meat I buy local at the butchers but for bread and typical groceries Asda are generally cheaper on an overall shop



Still prefer sainsburys the service is also great compared to Asda. I find sainsburys quite reasonable on the brands that I buy, and on occasions they actually have better deals. Not to mention nectar point etc... Also meat from sainsburys so much better and if you have to return anything they are fantastic... Asda delivered me meat with an expired date and it was such a hassle to get a refund.
spenspuma

Shouldnt even be a 'thing' this parent spaces. Absolute farce. What on … Shouldnt even be a 'thing' this parent spaces. Absolute farce. What on earth qualifies someone to think they should get special treatment because they've been daft enough to have kids?Disabled spaces YES..but parent spaces? Absolute joke.


I'm not daft to have kids, also I do shop at asda but at the bank holidays times of year it's far less busy at sainsburys so we go there and yes it may cost a little more but it's a lot less stressful and that can make the difference
spenspuma

Shouldnt even be a 'thing' this parent spaces. Absolute farce. What on … Shouldnt even be a 'thing' this parent spaces. Absolute farce. What on earth qualifies someone to think they should get special treatment because they've been daft enough to have kids?Disabled spaces YES..but parent spaces? Absolute joke.


Please tell me you're not allowed to vote.
CATNNSLCEJ doesn't seem to be working.
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Others have commented on that too but someone had success with SCPPTNFBM.
spenspuma

Shouldnt even be a 'thing' this parent spaces. Absolute farce. What on … Shouldnt even be a 'thing' this parent spaces. Absolute farce. What on earth qualifies someone to think they should get special treatment because they've been daft enough to have kids?Disabled spaces YES..but parent spaces? Absolute joke.



You're obviously daft for not having any so you can take advantage, plus claim child benefit etc etc!

Seriously, though, you tried opening doors to get kids in to car seats in most standard spaces.
spenspuma

Shouldnt even be a 'thing' this parent spaces. Absolute farce. What on … Shouldnt even be a 'thing' this parent spaces. Absolute farce. What on earth qualifies someone to think they should get special treatment because they've been daft enough to have kids?Disabled spaces YES..but parent spaces? Absolute joke.



Are you having a laugh or just trying to wind people up?

Ok I'll tell you what....I'll park next to you next time and get my daughter out of her car seat and make up her push chair. If I damage your car you then have no right to complain.
Useless piece if garbage. Extremely dangerous hair stuck inside and there is no emergency stop feature and release button.
Must be banned
scnickr

Are you having a laugh or just trying to wind people up?Ok I'll tell you … Are you having a laugh or just trying to wind people up?Ok I'll tell you what....I'll park next to you next time and get my daughter out of her car seat and make up her push chair. If I damage your car you then have no right to complain.



So..you're saying you don't have the ability to park anywhere without damaging other people's property?

That's pretty lame and embarrassing imho.

How on earth do you get on in Cinema car parks...b&q...public car parks etc...do you go around damaging everyone's car just because the car park owners aren't gullible enough to have parent spaces.

It really is quite pathetic.

If you can't park up without damaging other people's property then you probably shouldn't be driving a car.
paypeanuts

Please tell me you're not allowed to vote.



Yep...and I'd vote against parent spaces for sure. It's absolute madness that parents cannot get out of a car without damaging other people's property. How do you get on in other car parks?


Angry people...
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