Free 800g Hovis Wholemeal Loaf on CheckOutSmart
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Free 800g Hovis Wholemeal Loaf on CheckOutSmart

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Found 5th Aug 2017
My CheckOutSmart page is showing a Free 800g Hovis Wholemeal Loaf. Valid for the next 3 days.

'Where the offer is shown as "Free", you will instead receive the full purchase price paid for the item'

Available atTesco, Sainsbury's, Asda, Morrisons.

Experience suggests this might not be available to all, but it's worth checking.
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    Not on mine 50p cashback - but thanks for posting.
    Possibly only for those who haven't claimed it yet.

    It's been doing the rounds for a while and I claimed it weeks ago. Hence, not available now.
    Great offer though.
    Had this on my COS a few weeks ago & used it then got the 50p off which i used yesterday so happy days... heres to more free/cheap loaves
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    backinstock1 h, 19 m ago

    Possibly only for those who haven't claimed it yet.It's been doing the …Possibly only for those who haven't claimed it yet.It's been doing the rounds for a while and I claimed it weeks ago. Hence, not available now.Great offer though.



    Yes, that could well be right. I didn't bother last time.
    One mine. You can claim up to 3 times
    Anyone else find this bread to be dry and only good for the bin?! Horrible stuff but great deal if you like it.
    Bread is good..There is issue with wheat quality in britain this year..
    It stays fresh for weeks
    Thanks
    I had this too, claimed it yesterday (didn't post as COS is really tempremental with offers sometimes) - it's now - next day, and after use - showing a 50p off deal. Only one claim tho for me, either for free or 50p off deals. ClickSnap had a 50p deal. Not sure if it will change to free soon... am hoping!
    Edited by: "Toonah" 5th Aug 2017
    mrme4 h, 19 m ago

    Anyone else find this bread to be dry and only good for the bin?! Horrible …Anyone else find this bread to be dry and only good for the bin?! Horrible stuff but great deal if you like it.



    I cannot eat bread these days (strange yeast allergy), but prior to the allergy, Hovis was horrible; this particular bread used to have the taste and texture of damp cardboard, sprinkled with small flakes of mdf.

    It is very sad, I can remember when Hovis was one of the best factory produced breads you could buy in the UK; these days Lidl's budget bread is nicer (but still not for me )
    nordicgod4 h, 29 m ago

    It stays fresh for weeks

    I have eaten this hovis 4 and 5 days past it's best before date the last two times I have got it, and it tastes good and smells and feels fresh still.
    This never appears on mine, but does for the rest of my friends! Strange. Thanks anyway x
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