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FisherPrice Jumperoo £66.45 with code from Boots.com with Voucher and up to £7.60 back in points.
FisherPrice Jumperoo £66.45 with code from Boots.com with Voucher and up to £7.60 back in points.

FisherPrice Jumperoo £66.45 with code from Boots.com with Voucher and up to £7.60 back in points.

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If like me the Tesco voucher didn't work for you so couldn't get a jumperoo for £61 then this might be a good offer for you.

Jumperoo is currently 76.85 (including delivery). Use code APPJ60 to get £10 off (this code was posted already on vouchers thread, you must use it on your mobile and it expires tomorrow). This means the price drops to 66.85.

I have an advantage card and I am also a member of Boots Parenting Club which means I also get 10 advantage points per £ spent on baby items. The points awarded are calculated before discount so I actually got 760 points which equals £7.60 to spend on something else in future.

If you can get the tesco £15 off code to work that would be a better deal. I am not a new customer with tesco (didn't want to start new account) so this works out better for me. I shop regularly in boots so will use my points next time I buy something meaning I really have saved the extra 7.60 so the jumperoo has cost me £59.25. Probably not such a great deal if you don't shop in boots often.

Hopefully it will help someone.

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I'm not a new customer and the code worked for Tesco - it's a standard money off code not specific to new customers. This is therefore cold.

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Frabs

I'm not a new customer and the code worked for Tesco - it's a standard … I'm not a new customer and the code worked for Tesco - it's a standard money off code not specific to new customers. This is therefore cold.



Sorry Frabbs I misunderstood and thought you needed to be a new customer for tesco code. I tried the £15 off one and it didn't work for me. This will cost 85p more than ordering from Tesco but you get free delivery from boots rather than having to collect. Also for me the 10% back to spend on my advantage card works out a good deal. Suppose it depends if people would rather collect club card or advantage card points and whether they live next to tesco. As I said won't be the best deal for everyone.

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Sorry just realised that still isn't very clear.

£15 off tesco code didn't work for me. I could have opened new account a used £10 coupon but I didn't want to do that. So for me this cost 85p more than I would have paid if I opened new account with tesco but I get cash back and free delivery.

Great spot- tesco £15 code doesn't work for me either, just tried, apparently it's restricted to accounts that have had a specific email sent out to them (and don't have time or inclination to mess around trying to get a refund). Do you know if there's a great difference between the rain forest jumperoo and the other one you posted to justify the price difference?

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Both jumperoos seem to get good reviews and I'm not aware of any major differences. I went with this one because my eldest son liked the rainforest one and we were able to resell it easily for £40, as it is the most popular/ we'll known version. AmazoN have full reviews on both.
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