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Free £25 Wagamama voucher when you sign up for free delivery of The Times & The Sunday Times
Free £25 Wagamama voucher when you sign up for  free delivery of The Times & The Sunday Times

Free £25 Wagamama voucher when you sign up for free delivery of The Times & The Sunday Times

Just rec'd email regarding this promo:
wagamama has teamed up with The Times & The Sunday Times to bring you a very special offer this january!

sign up to free delivery of The Times & The Sunday Times
enjoy the finest journalism, analysis and humour delivered to your door before 7am


just choose the days you want your paper delivered and The Times will do the rest


as a delivery customer youll also get complimentary membership of Times+ worth over £2000, offering you invitations to unique events, private views, handpicked offers and regular gifts

join before the 28 february 2010 and receive a complimentary £25 voucher to spend at any uk wagamama. all you have to do is include The Sunday Times and at least one other day of The Times in your order. Alternatively call 0800 29 44 155 quoting wagamama

terms & conditions:
free home delivery offer is available within selected areas only to uk residents aged 18 or over who pay by direct debit and is limited to one customer per household | customers will only pay the face value of the delivered publications | minimum 12 month contract | customers must give 1 months notice to cancel with the earliest cancellation date at 11 months into a 12 month contract | orders can be changed at any time | maximum holiday allowance for free delivery is 35 days within a 12 month period | you must sign up to The Sunday Times plus at least one other day of The Times by the 28 february 2010 to receive your wagamama £25 voucher | this offer is limited to one voucher per household | no cash or other alternative to the wagamama voucher | vouchers will be sent out within 28 days of signing up

5 Comments

minimum 12 month contract

I don't think its worth it.

what is wagamama?

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skyscraper101;7652816

minimum 12 month contractI don't think its worth it.



Thanks for pointing that out! I took advantage of the free cinema tickets when they did this last time and there were no minimum periods!

Sorry, not as good as originally thought.

hey're starting to impose a delivery charge of 30p per day on those existing customers who don't sign up for 12 months.
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