Free Aunt Bessie's Yorkshire Puddings for Chicken 12 pack with Shopitize (usually £1) @ Sainsbury's, ASDA
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Free Aunt Bessie's Yorkshire Puddings for Chicken 12 pack with Shopitize (usually £1) @ Sainsbury's, ASDA

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Found 17th Dec 2013
Another possible freebie via Shopitize. You can get £1 cashback on Aunt Bessie's Yorkshire Puddings for Chicken 12 pack 220g valid until 3rd January.

Currently Sainsbury's have these on offer for £1 making this free.

Never had these before but will be giving these a shot. These are supposedly award-winning yorkshire puddings as quoted on Sainsbury's website:
"Voted Product of the Year
Consumer Survey of Product innovation 2011
Winner Savoury Food Category.
Survey of 11,300 people by TNS. "

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For chicken? It'll be for prawns next! Brilliant deal though. I assume their must be some limit on number?

Should this be in freebies?

Original Poster

tbird69

For chicken? It'll be for prawns next! Brilliant deal though. I assume … For chicken? It'll be for prawns next! Brilliant deal though. I assume their must be some limit on number?


I thought this was quite amusing too. Apparently the hints of sage & onion make it ideal for chicken!

With Shopitize you can only get the product cashback once so only the one freebie.

Original Poster

Queen'O'Deals

Should this be in freebies?


I have been told that since you have to pay up front and claim the money back (which doesn't always work for everyone although I have never had a problem) it cannot be listed in freebies.

£1 at Asda too, I believe.

thanks

great deal.. thanks..

How does it work? Sorry never used Shopitize before

Original Poster

troublesome1

£1 at Asda too, I believe.


Thanks, didn't notice this. Title changed

Original Poster

Karlsburgerz

How does it work? Sorry never used Shopitize before


Shopitize works similarly to Quidco's ClickSnap and Topcashback's Snap and Save but the difference is that it is only for instore purchases. You'll need to download the Shopitize app and register an account with them. You then check for offers and snap the receipt with your purchase. The main downside with them is you need to have saved up at least £5 before you can withdraw.
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