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Fiver off a £40 shop at LIDL and free Nutcracker in today's Daily Express - 55p
Fiver off a £40 shop at LIDL and free Nutcracker in today's Daily Express - 55p

Fiver off a £40 shop at LIDL and free Nutcracker in today's Daily Express - 55p

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Hi folks LIDL has teamed up again with a national newspaper (Express) to offer the £5 off a £40 spend.Alongside is freebie double CD of Tchaikovsky's seasonal ballet The Nutcracker which no doubt will 'sweeten' the deal for many of our cultured HUKD members

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What day?

ive looked on the express web iste and cannot find the offer so not sure when it is for

dereklogan7

What day?


Looks like today's Express......

http://news.bbcimg.co.uk/media/images/79857000/jpg/_79857853_express.jpg
Edited by: "cutthroat_jake" 20th Dec 2014

cutthroat_jake

Looks like today's Express......




Cheers for that.

Thanks op.....just in time!

Defending Britain from immigrants with Lidls vouchers!

Banned

mardavrio please adjust
Express is 85p not 55p on Saturday

Anyone know how long the voucher is valid for? Can it only be used today? Thanks

Just bought daily Mail. Inside is a copy of 'Lidl News' which has a £5 off £40 spend coupon -you can usually pick up one of these free in Lidl stores. Expires 28/12/14.

twitwoo

Just bought daily Mail. Inside is a copy of 'Lidl News' which has a £5 … Just bought daily Mail. Inside is a copy of 'Lidl News' which has a £5 off £40 spend coupon -you can usually pick up one of these free in Lidl stores. Expires 28/12/14.



Also in the Lidl magazine inside todays Sun but no CD
Edited by: "botchy1" 20th Dec 2014

Jonnyblock

Defending Britain from immigrants with Lidls vouchers!



Oh The irony

When you said nutcracker, I thought:
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That would be handy for Christmas!

Also found in Daily Mail Weekend Magazine.
Comes as part of the Lidl leaflet. Bought both. One alcoholic product can be purchased only.

Lidl don't have enough good produce to spend £40. You just end up spending money on stuff you don't need. Tesco sent me a £6 off £40 spend this week without buying a paper

I bought a copy this morning (Dec 20th) it's 85p not 55p. The Lidl coupon was inside the TV mag on a lidl leaflet so just make sure your lidl leaflet is inside as its not on the pages of the express paper.

susielavinia

I bought a copy this morning (Dec 20th) it's 85p not 55p. The Lidl coupon … I bought a copy this morning (Dec 20th) it's 85p not 55p. The Lidl coupon was inside the TV mag on a lidl leaflet so just make sure your lidl leaflet is inside as its not on the pages of the express paper.



cheers

chuckiedoll

When you said nutcracker, I … When you said nutcracker, I thought:[img]http://ts1.mm.bing.net/th?id=HN.608048484814226916&pid=15.1&P=0[/img]That would be handy for Christmas!



I did too lol.

Yep, Paper is 85p and the Sun is 60p but with no cd.

jase99

Lidl don't have enough good produce to spend £40. You just end up … Lidl don't have enough good produce to spend £40. You just end up spending money on stuff you don't need. Tesco sent me a £6 off £40 spend this week without buying a paper



You are talking out of an ignorant backside, suggest you change it at the nearest dealer.

Taking into consideration how many mouths to feed,
cooking ability of main householder (who does the majority of food prep)
Cleaning products, use thereof (& thus replenishment)
Fresh fruit & veg.
Snack & binge foods

For instance, last week we spend £50 there, including a damn fine piece of wild sockeye smoked salmon "proper stuff" which was £8.00 alone, due to poor pricing print out, folk were ignoring it based on it's displayed price point (but per kg).
No "specials" just regular food & a couple of seasonal produce items.

The cheese selection is very good, (another staple)
The deli meat is very good (another staple) for packed lunches or additional cooking ingredient materials
The fresh nuts / bagged nuts & seeds (sport snacks, general nutrition & baking / cooking ingredients) are way cheaper than tesco, & typically way fresher than tesco, ...try the loose cashews, the bagged mixed seeds, ..compare the price of tesco pine nuts for instance!



if I lived off quick noodles & frankfurters then yes difficult (could top up on booze) but clearly you don't live in the real world, or, grow & process all your own food, which is it?

I love Lidl's but Canadian sockeye is not the "proper stuff" ( not enough natural oil in this breed of fish for producing quality sliced smoked salmon )
- North atlantic Scottish reared & smoked salmon is what you need to look for, ask your local fishmonger.

jaws01

Anyone know how long the voucher is valid for? Can it only be used … Anyone know how long the voucher is valid for? Can it only be used today? Thanks

...YES someone please tell us how long the voucher is for?

I'd disagree, it depends on your location & preference, when in Canada, hauling a few decent fish which I then smoke myself is no problem, & the muscle mass freshness & flavour compared to that of farmed scottish salmon is tremendous.

Of course there is bias dependent upon where you are from & what you eat most of that tunes your taste perception too, & therefore how you deem another to be (scots pride anyone) !? X)

I'd at more but It cannot make the flight from there to here without degrading, thus this is very welcome.

Can you price up some decently smoked North atlantic that is easily obtained in the supermarket? ..sadly improbable based on pricepoint & the side by side typical price of farmed scottish salmon.

At my local reservoir it is trout fishing (a hybrid "apparantly") ..but to me it is still trout, not farmed & the flavour flesh is pretty good.

Once i've got way more salmon sides done at home I may agree with your viewpoint, or I may simply adjust the initial prep & smoke time to reflect that, within reason.

But variety is good, especially when it's not farmed, you surely must agree there!?

£2.95 postage for CD

hadouken888

£2.95 postage for CD

...I shall get the sun in that case!

Original Poster

peters123

mardavrio please adjust Express is 85p not 55p on Saturday


Thanks for that ,adjusted accordingly.

fab ..ty

Original Poster

hadouken888

£2.95 postage for CD


Really ? I never read that ...bit of a con to be honest then. I'm tempted to expire the deal on that basis ...though the voucher is valid
Edited by: "mardavrio" 20th Dec 2014

Who reads this paper?

1234orange

...YES someone please tell us how long the voucher is for?



It is valid from today (20th) to the 28th

ahenry

It is valid from today (20th) to the 28th

..thx for the info. I bet they are sold out now will get myself down the newsagent pronto!

THIS VOUCHER IS NOT IN THE LIDL NEWS FREE INSTORE MAGAZINE

I have just been to Lidl's, this voucher is only in the insert for the newspapers mentioned. The instore Lidl News is exactly the same (larger in size) but with no voucher!.

Have to agree, the quality of a lot of Lidl own brand stuff is pretty poor, made worse because they try and make it look fancy with some fancy name when in reality its sometimes poorer quality than bigger supermarket own brand stuff and sometimes more expensive too.

The only thing they're good for imo is cheap fruit and veg and regular offers.
Edited by: "sotomonkey" 20th Dec 2014

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Tea_Lady1

THIS VOUCHER IS NOT IN THE LIDL NEWS FREE INSTORE MAGAZINEI have just … THIS VOUCHER IS NOT IN THE LIDL NEWS FREE INSTORE MAGAZINEI have just been to Lidl's, this voucher is only in the insert for the newspapers mentioned. The instore Lidl News is exactly the same (larger in size) but with no voucher!.



Was in one I picked up in my local store on thurs- new oscott. Obviously, hit & miss as to whether they have any left now.

jase99

Lidl don't have enough good produce to spend £40. You just end up … Lidl don't have enough good produce to spend £40. You just end up spending money on stuff you don't need. Tesco sent me a £6 off £40 spend this week without buying a paper


Of course Tesco sent you a voucher for £6 off £40 - it's the only way they can keep their Clubcard customers from defecting to the much cheaper (and better) food that Aldi and Lidl have available.

Aldi and Lidl will both save you at least £10 on £40 at Tesco prices - and that's without the voucher in the Express.

Embarrassed at buying the Express? Possibly?
Embarrassed at being seen shopping in Tesco? Certainly!

Newbold

Of course Tesco sent you a voucher for £6 off £40 - it's the only way t … Of course Tesco sent you a voucher for £6 off £40 - it's the only way they can keep their Clubcard customers from defecting to the much cheaper (and better) food that Aldi and Lidl have available.Aldi and Lidl will both save you at least £10 on £40 at Tesco prices - and that's without the voucher in the Express.Embarrassed at buying the Express? Possibly?Embarrassed at being seen shopping in Tesco? Certainly!



The other thing I don't like about Lidl, is you're often faced with little choice but to buy these crappy own brand products, whereas in a big supermarket you at least have the choice of buying various brands.

Thus, unless you really want to eat these products, you have very limited choice in Lidl. Unless, you go there all the time and buy the regular offers which sometimes includes branded products - like for example the recent 1.25litre coca cola for 85p offer.
Edited by: "sotomonkey" 20th Dec 2014

sotomonkey

The other thing I don't like about Lidl, is you're often faced with … The other thing I don't like about Lidl, is you're often faced with little choice but to buy these crappy own brand products, whereas in a big supermarket you at least have the choice of buying various brands. Thus, unless you really want to eat these products, you have very limited choice in Lidl. Unless, you go there all the time and buy the regular offers which sometimes includes branded products - like for example the recent 1.25litre coca cola for 85p offer.


Except, of course, that they're not 'crappy own brand products' - they're almost identical to the brands in most cases and frequently made on the same production lines. Only a fool buys brands all the time thinking brands are in some way superior to own label.

Anyone who thinks that the well known brands on sale in Tesco Sainsburys or any other similar supermarket are better than the alternatives on sale in Lidl Or Aldi, don't know what they are talking about and probably have never tried a tin or pack with a different name than what their mum used to buy. For Decades the British public have been brainwashed into thinking that if it wasn't advertised on TV when they were a kid, then its not worth buying.
Food manufacturers have been conning the UK public into paying a lot more than they charge on mainland Europe, the best example is a very well known coffee brand that has been on sale in every supermarket in the country for the last 40 years, then some traders discovered they could import it from Europe with foreign language labels (that were instantly ! seen to be a Nestle product) and sell it for a cost that was 30% cheaper than the UK supermarkets were charging.
Be a bit adventurous stray away from your normal grazing areas and try something with a different name/colour on the packaging, the odds are its at least as good as what you normally eat and there's every chance that it will be better, as well as a lot cheaper. Lower prices doesn't automatically mean lower quality, its just that the likes of Lidl and Aldi have the kind of purchasing power that means they can sell quality products at a reasonable price. If you choose to buy some higher priced luxury items then they are also available in our Continental cousins stores. We buy what we like when it is at its lowest price and stock up, those purchases will be made in whichever store has the best offer. There is little or no interest on savings so save what you can on the items that you consume most.

Newbold

Except, of course, that they're not 'crappy own brand products' - they're … Except, of course, that they're not 'crappy own brand products' - they're almost identical to the brands in most cases and frequently made on the same production lines. Only a fool buys brands all the time thinking brands are in some way superior to own label.



That's not what I said though. Granted we disagree about the quality of Lidl own brand products but no where did I say that branded products are necessarily superior. I simply said that larger supermarkets offer a much more varied range so for somone who does consider own brand Lidl products to be generally ****, that variation is quite important if you plan to do most of your shopping there.

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jase99

Lidl don't have enough good produce to spend £40. You just end up … Lidl don't have enough good produce to spend £40. You just end up spending money on stuff you don't need. Tesco sent me a £6 off £40 spend this week without buying a paper



They do for some of the less affluent on here.

Good luck to them.

Five pounds is a lot of money to some people.

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