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FREE Cravendale 2ltr milk with Try me free label & online claim cashback

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Refreshed 23rd Apr (Posted 18th Apr)Available: National
Purchase any 2 ltr Cravendale milk between 15/4/19 and 1/6/19 with attached Try me free label available in most supermarkets.Claim by 22/6/19.
Need to claim online with name,address and including bank details including label code,and till receipt [uploaded]..States limited to one claim per URN code.So that means you could claim for as many bottles as you buy ,as long as you have receipt and label each time.
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Only one claim per bank account per household - so for a couple staying at the same address, with different bank accounts, I'd think thats 2 claims max.

Single bottle of milk is usually £1.80 - as far as I remember the max claim is £2. Tesco and other places do 2 bottles for £3 - so in theory you could have 2 bottles of milk for free and have a quid on top

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eraldo23/04/2019 21:24

When i was younger i loved cravendale, it was thick and creamy and was by …When i was younger i loved cravendale, it was thick and creamy and was by far the most delicious full fat milk i had ever had and the price tag reflected this. I recently tried it again and it still has that premium milk price tag but its clearly watered down it was more like semi skimmed milk that full fat, very disappointing i wont be getting it again.



As an Arla dairy farmer, I'm sorry to read that Cravendale didn't live up to your expectations Eraldo.

It most certainly hasn't been watered down!
It still just exactly the same standard cows milk, which has been filtered through special ceramic filters to remove more of the (natural but harmless) milk spoiling bacteria, so that Cravendale milk will stay fresher for longer - for your convenience.
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Same in Waitrose
Come on guys. It seems like people just hitting hot button without trying the link. There is nothing I could find attached that helps. Except title nothing make sense how to claim ?
T's & C's
6. Only one claim for a single refund per household per bank account. For the avoidance of doubt, a ‘household’ is classified as a unique postal address.
thanks
rikesh_19th Apr

Come on guys. It seems like people just hitting hot button without trying …Come on guys. It seems like people just hitting hot button without trying the link. There is nothing I could find attached that helps. Except title nothing make sense how to claim ?


Buy the milk with the try me free label - and then go online and make the claim - all the details are on the label that comes tagged to the bottle.
When i was younger i loved cravendale, it was thick and creamy and was by far the most delicious full fat milk i had ever had and the price tag reflected this. I recently tried it again and it still has that premium milk price tag but its clearly watered down it was more like semi skimmed milk that full fat, very disappointing i wont be getting it again.
eraldo23/04/2019 21:24

When i was younger i loved cravendale, it was thick and creamy and was by …When i was younger i loved cravendale, it was thick and creamy and was by far the most delicious full fat milk i had ever had and the price tag reflected this. I recently tried it again and it still has that premium milk price tag but its clearly watered down it was more like semi skimmed milk that full fat, very disappointing i wont be getting it again.



As an Arla dairy farmer, I'm sorry to read that Cravendale didn't live up to your expectations Eraldo.

It most certainly hasn't been watered down!
It still just exactly the same standard cows milk, which has been filtered through special ceramic filters to remove more of the (natural but harmless) milk spoiling bacteria, so that Cravendale milk will stay fresher for longer - for your convenience.
This milk with the label is nowhere to be found - checked asda, waitrose and sainsburys - nothing!
Edited by: "kiwio" 24th Apr
milk2gogo24/04/2019 18:30

As an Arla dairy farmer, I'm sorry to read that Cravendale didn't live up …As an Arla dairy farmer, I'm sorry to read that Cravendale didn't live up to your expectations Eraldo. It most certainly hasn't been watered down!It still just exactly the same standard cows milk, which has been filtered through special ceramic filters to remove more of the (natural but harmless) milk spoiling bacteria, so that Cravendale milk will stay fresher for longer - for your convenience.



When full fat milk has the consistency of semi skimmed milk you're doing something wrong.
eraldo15 h, 47 m ago

When full fat milk has the consistency of semi skimmed milk you're doing …When full fat milk has the consistency of semi skimmed milk you're doing something wrong.


Tbh I’ve drank cravendale full fat for years and totally disagree - it’s not creamy like an old school gold top - and it’s not meant to be as far as I know, but certainly not like thin watery crap that is semi and skimmed
kiwio24/04/2019 19:51

This milk with the label is nowhere to be found - checked asda, waitrose …This milk with the label is nowhere to be found - checked asda, waitrose and sainsburys - nothing!


Tesco had it last time I was in there
rikesh_19th Apr

Come on guys. It seems like people just hitting hot button without trying …Come on guys. It seems like people just hitting hot button without trying the link. There is nothing I could find attached that helps. Except title nothing make sense how to claim ?


Rikishi.. He explains the sketch in the desc
spd.x.225/04/2019 16:15

Tesco had it last time I was in there


Was it Tesco superstore or Tesco express?
kiwio25/04/2019 18:26

Was it Tesco superstore or Tesco express?


Superstore
T&Cs state 1 household = 1 postcode so can just be used s single time. Better off buying just 1 bottle.
kiwio28 m ago

Not at my local tesco superstore


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