FREE £5 Amazon voucher over the next 3weeks with codes from the Mail on Sunday
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FREE £5 Amazon voucher over the next 3weeks with codes from the Mail on Sunday

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Found 21st Oct
Yeah, I know no one likes the Mail- but what's not to like about Amazon? Especially when £5 and free are in the same sentence.
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Inside this weekend's The Mail on Sunday
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Amazon Voucher
A gift to spend on ANYTHING!

This weekend, we're giving you the chance to get a FREE* £5 Amazon voucher with The Mail on Sunday.

Whether you choose to treat yourself or a loved one, or put it towards your Christmas shopping, one thing's for sure, there's plenty of choice at Amazon!

From gardening to groceries, bestselling books to beauty products, and so much more, there's millions of products to choose from. You'll be able to spend your £5 voucher on whatever you like - either as part payment or to get something completely free.

All you need to do is buy The Mail on Sunday for the next three weeks. You'll need to be quick though. We've got 10,000 £5 Amazon vouchers to give away and our exclusive offer is sure to be popular!

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So you spend £5.10 for a £5 voucher. Just about sums up the Daily Mail. Anyone who buys the Mail just for this deal, quite frankly is their target clientele.

luvsadealdealdeal1 m ago

if you look at is a (nearly) free Sunday newspaper for 3 weeks, not too …if you look at is a (nearly) free Sunday newspaper for 3 weeks, not too bad

I wouldn't call that disgusting rag a newspaper.

I think Mail on Sunday is £1.70 so this will cost £5.10 over the 3 weeks.

Waitrose gives the paper away free with a £10 spend though and the £10 includes the cost of the paper and your free coffee.

Would rather stick forks in my eyes than read or buy this rag.
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I think Mail on Sunday is £1.70 so this will cost £5.10 over the 3 weeks.

Waitrose gives the paper away free with a £10 spend though and the £10 includes the cost of the paper and your free coffee.

So you spend £5.10 for a £5 voucher. Just about sums up the Daily Mail. Anyone who buys the Mail just for this deal, quite frankly is their target clientele.

rivellangel2 m ago

I think Mail on Sunday is £1.70 so this will cost £5.10 over the 3 w …I think Mail on Sunday is £1.70 so this will cost £5.10 over the 3 weeks.Waitrose gives the paper away free with a £10 spend though and the £10 includes the cost of the paper and your free coffee.


So you get 5 quid back for spending 5.10 ! Not quite a deal then - unless ofcourse you buy the paper anyways.

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rivellangel2 m ago

I think Mail on Sunday is £1.70 so this will cost £5.10 over the 3 w …I think Mail on Sunday is £1.70 so this will cost £5.10 over the 3 weeks.Waitrose gives the paper away free with a £10 spend though and the £10 includes the cost of the paper and your free coffee.



if you look at is a (nearly) free Sunday newspaper for 3 weeks, not too bad

luvsadealdealdeal1 m ago

if you look at is a (nearly) free Sunday newspaper for 3 weeks, not too …if you look at is a (nearly) free Sunday newspaper for 3 weeks, not too bad

I wouldn't call that disgusting rag a newspaper.

£1.80 so £5.40

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chimp14uk2 m ago

I wouldn't call that disgusting rag a newspaper.



what would you call it? Sybil?

reindeer3338 m ago

So you spend £5.10 for a £5 voucher. Just about sums up the Daily Mail. A …So you spend £5.10 for a £5 voucher. Just about sums up the Daily Mail. Anyone who buys the Mail just for this deal, quite frankly is their target clientele.


What a nonsensical post. A daily mail reader would buy it anyway. How does it sum up a mail reader?
The sun is spend £28 get £5, the guardian is spend Cover price get nothing, does that sum up them readers?
Edited by: "davidian84" 21st Oct

chimp14uk9 m ago

I wouldn't call that disgusting rag a newspaper.


Its news on paper so sounds pretty accurate, it isnt a piece of cloth so you are wrong.

It's not fit to be called a newspaper it's not even fit to be used as toilet paper.
Edited by: "byron" 21st Oct

Thanks for the offer but personally i am not that desperate to spend a penny buying the mail to get something free

luvsadealdealdeal15 m ago

if you look at is a (nearly) free Sunday newspaper for 3 weeks, not too …if you look at is a (nearly) free Sunday newspaper for 3 weeks, not too bad

Wouldn't read it if they paid me, probably wouldn't even use it to wipe my a$$

I saw £1.20 in descrption and thought sweet ill have some of that.


I was lied too.

Only 10000 £5 vouchers so unless u get in early on the final week you might be throwing your money away on this deal

davidian8436 m ago

£1.80 so £5.40


Nope, circulation is over 1 million. Supposing 500,000 go online with the code, with 10,000 available it is a 1 in 50 offer though obviously the early birds get it,

Would rather stick forks in my eyes than read or buy this rag.

byron28 m ago

It's not fit to be called a newspaper it's not even fit to be used as …It's not fit to be called a newspaper it's not even fit to be used as toilet paper.


yes because the ink runs and stains your underpants

luvsadealdealdeal46 m ago

what would you call it? Sybil?

I'm guessing the previous poster is referring to the fact they've admitted they published fake news and even Wikipedia, with their history of inaccuracies, holds them as an unreliable news source. It is seen internationally as unreliable and I suggest, based on this, it's hard to call it a newspaper. I don't think it's a Sybil either.

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Paul.Savage12 m ago

Would rather stick forks in my eyes than read or buy this rag.



go on. then - can you upload a picture?

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LadyEleanor15 m ago

Nope, circulation is over 1 million. Supposing 500,000 go online with the …Nope, circulation is over 1 million. Supposing 500,000 go online with the code, with 10,000 available it is a 1 in 50 offer though obviously the early birds get it,



most people are not savvy enough to try & get it

500K is pie in the sky - I'd guess possibly 25K people might save the codes & try and get the Amz voucher

as long as you pop out early to buy the paper, you should get it

rivellangel1 h, 12 m ago

I think Mail on Sunday is £1.70 so this will cost £5.10 over the 3 w …I think Mail on Sunday is £1.70 so this will cost £5.10 over the 3 weeks.Waitrose gives the paper away free with a £10 spend though and the £10 includes the cost of the paper and your free coffee.


...and if you got the British Gas Rewards offer of 10% of at Waitrose for a month

reindeer3331 h, 23 m ago

So you spend £5.10 for a £5 voucher. Just about sums up the Daily Mail. A …So you spend £5.10 for a £5 voucher. Just about sums up the Daily Mail. Anyone who buys the Mail just for this deal, quite frankly is their target clientele.


But you will anyway ?

Love the way folks hate the Mail for the way it ridicules their Marxist views . I've been on this site long enough to know the majority of members believe in the "everything for nothing " society . "Sheep " in a word . Go to Venezuela and find out the reality of how that society actually works

davidian841 h, 21 m ago

Its news on paper so sounds pretty accurate, it isnt a piece of cloth so …Its news on paper so sounds pretty accurate, it isnt a piece of cloth so you are wrong.

But the news isn't pretty accurate, so 'news' from the word 'newspaper' can be discounted.
If you wipe your a*se with the Mail, more s*it would actually come off the paper.

Groucho Marx

chimp14uk17 m ago

But the news isn't pretty accurate, so 'news' from the word 'newspaper' …But the news isn't pretty accurate, so 'news' from the word 'newspaper' can be discounted.If you wipe your a*se with the Mail, more s*it would actually come off the paper.



And your Newspaper of choice for unbiased news is ? The Morning Star I presume ? At least the Mail has decent sports coverage , financial coverage and puzzles
Edited by: "rogparki" 21st Oct

chimp14uk26 m ago

But the news isn't pretty accurate, so 'news' from the word 'newspaper' …But the news isn't pretty accurate, so 'news' from the word 'newspaper' can be discounted.If you wipe your a*se with the Mail, more s*it would actually come off the paper.


You are basing it on a few stories in the news you disagree with not the billions of words published.

LadyEleanor1 h, 21 m ago

Nope, circulation is over 1 million. Supposing 500,000 go online with the …Nope, circulation is over 1 million. Supposing 500,000 go online with the code, with 10,000 available it is a 1 in 50 offer though obviously the early birds get it,


why are you quoting me. i was just correcting the price its £1.80 not £1.70. Your prediction is ridiculous though
Edited by: "davidian84" 21st Oct

Lol at the ones who come to this deal but have not interest in it other than to try and convince people not to buy a newspaper !.

I'm going to buy it just because you don't like it.

Good find OP.
Edited by: "shasnir" 21st Oct

davidian8414 m ago

You are basing it on a few stories in the news you disagree with not the …You are basing it on a few stories in the news you disagree with not the billions of words published.

The problem is that for every billion words that are written in the Mail, the majority are a load of b*llocks.
Scaremongering and having a go at the most vunerable in society are not the way to run a paper.

Paul.Savage1 h, 35 m ago

Would rather stick forks in my eyes than read or buy this rag.


Hyperbole much.

chimp14uk3 m ago

The problem is that for every billion words that are written in the Mail, …The problem is that for every billion words that are written in the Mail, the majority are a load of b*llocks.Scaremongering and having a go at the most vunerable in society are not the way to run a paper.


source please.

powerbrick43 m ago

source please.


I presume its Jeremy Corbyn -or more likely his paymasters "Momentum" funded by that great Democratic state - Russia

Buy 3 papers, get the 3rd at 6 am and bobs your uncle, you gain £5 if you did not need to read this thread in the first place.

Every paper is biased and selective in the news it reports. Look at how brexit has been reported in the media. All you get is people from both sides spouting opinion and guess work as fact.

poorboys21 m ago

Every paper is biased and selective in the news it reports. Look at how …Every paper is biased and selective in the news it reports. Look at how brexit has been reported in the media. All you get is people from both sides spouting opinion and guess work as fact.



indeed i tend to use google news, you get a variety of sources but nothing can be perfectly unbiased.

I see its been updated to £5.10, im being ignored its £5.40

Can someone let me know what page the code is on so I can slip on some gloves and take a pic of the code without buying it?

Cheers.

OP, this is a £5 Amazon voucher, it is a waste of space to paste in this eclectic knowledge, which you did:-
"Whether you choose to treat yourself or a loved one, or put it towards your Christmas shopping, one thing's for sure, there's plenty of choice at Amazon!

From gardening to groceries, bestselling books to beauty products, and so much more, there's millions of products to choose from. You'll be able to spend your £5 voucher on whatever you like - either as part payment or to get something completely free."

poorboys10 h, 6 m ago

Every paper is biased and selective in the news it reports. Look at how …Every paper is biased and selective in the news it reports. Look at how brexit has been reported in the media. All you get is people from both sides spouting opinion and guess work as fact.



It is all relative.

Critically this is "the point of the world", any text projects messages and messages rely on the power of the reader mind to resolve these messages.

Dare I say, a Financial Times, New Scientist or Economist reader is typically university educated, more importantly, this reader has done loads more reading and understanding of the world after graduation, s/he does finer resolution of what s/he reads and asks questions like, "Could this be wrong or limited in scope?". In contrast to The Sun and Daily Mail readers, these readers do not normally resolve news for limited scope and coherency with the real world that is out there in wider context and how different issues inter-relate to each other.

Omg definately going to do this, thanks op
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