Free fireworks at Sainsburys with todays Sunday Star (£1) 'worth £30' with a £15 spend on fireworks
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Free fireworks at Sainsburys with todays Sunday Star (£1) 'worth £30' with a £15 spend on fireworks

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Found 19th Oct 2013
Pick up todays Sunday star and there will be a voucher for a free pack of fireworks 'worth £30' with a £15 spend on fireworks. Todays paper is £1 You will find your voucher on page 29.

Free pack consists of 5 fireworks including
3 large fountains, multi shot roman candle & multi shot cake

This can be combined with BOGOF offers too.

Stock up for Bonfire Night!

Choose from:

Vampire multi effect fountain -£5
Sunfire selection box -£5
Sky charm (4rockets) -£5
Sky burst (4 shot tubes) -£5
Luna (100shot cake) -£5
Enchanted fountain -£8

Prestige (80shot cake) -£65
The illusion (3cakes) -£100


Or following on BOGOF:
Spellbound selection box -£20
Sorcery (12shot cake) -£20
Mystical strike (8shot tubes) -£25
Mystical blaze (8 rockets) -£25
Alchenry selection box -£35
Aurora (19shot cake) -£35
Conjuror selection box -£45
Captivate (30shot cake) -£45



Edit:
Few bits of extra info.

-Voucher is on page 29
-Valid at licensed stores excluding locals and centrals & in Northern Ireland
-Pack contains 5 fireworks
-Valid until 10th November 2013, but while stocks last.

43 Comments

Banned

how much is the Sunday star?

whats the `£30` pack look like? thanks

Original Poster



Hotstuffingwithpork

whats the `£30` pack look like? thanks



Not too sure yet but contains 5 fireworks, there was a similar offer last year and was rather good for free, hopefully this years will be as good!

Original Poster

saifrulz12

how much is the Sunday star?



Hey just checked and its £1

I just love fireworks;) beautiful to watch them light!!!

A requirement to buy The Star is like... er, unimaginable.

So its not free then as you gotta pay a quid for the paper!

Cold!

Added note just gone through the sainsburys fireworks leaflet and the Enchanted fountain is not £5 its £8
This forum has the leaflet on fireworks-forum.org.uk/thr…63/
Edited by: "martinjayandben" 20th Oct 2013

when someone gets a voucher can you tell me when you have to redeem by. Thanks

so you spend 16 pounds before you get the free pack.......how is it a free pack or a good deal

Can this be used in all sainburys stores? I'm in northenr Ireland

crazylegs

So its not free then as you gotta pay a quid for the paper!Cold!

you're voting cold because you have to break the bank and pay for the newspaper?!? Discontinue your hukd account!

Waste of money. Just watch an organised display. The sale of fireworks should be banned for personal use.

I want a few fireworks so we can put a display on for our daughter.

For £16 I can get £45 worth of fireworks or if I go for the BOGOF deal I can get £70 worth for £21

My daughter is only 13 months so we want quantity of sparkly things as apposed to good quality rockets etc

Excellent deal for me. Just have to get over the embarrassment of buying the daily star


Waste of money. Just watch an organized display. The sale of fireworks … Waste of money. Just watch an organized display. The sale of fireworks should be banned for personal use.



Agree with that....there just not worth the risks to life, limb and property...
just how many more children have to get hurt before someone see sense and bans them
Edited by: "cburns" 20th Oct 2013

Original Poster



Thanks for that yeah that is correct, must of got mixed up when copying over everything, OP updated now:)




As far as am aware the redeem date is at least 5November however in the past these have ran out rather quickly so better to collect asap if possible.


martinjayandben

Added note just gone through the sainsburys fireworks leaflet and the … Added note just gone through the sainsburys fireworks leaflet and the Enchanted fountain is not £5 its £8 This forum has the leaflet on http://www.fireworks-forum.org.uk/threads/sainsburys-fireworks-2013.21563/

potatokid

when someone gets a voucher can you tell me when you have to redeem by. … when someone gets a voucher can you tell me when you have to redeem by. Thanks

Waste of money. Just watch an organized display. The sale of fireworks … Waste of money. Just watch an organized display. The sale of fireworks should be banned for personal use.



If used properly, following the safety distance & securing instructions on the back of each firework then no-one will get hurt . Some people do try to ruin it for others though when using in public places innapropiatly but whatever the item is you still get these individuals.

Just wrap your copy of the Star in a pron magazine to avoid embarrassment.

cburns

Agree with that....there just not worth the risks to life, limb and … Agree with that....there just not worth the risks to life, limb and property...just how many more children have to get hurt before someone see sense and bans them

So you would like to take away more freedom? I say punish criminals who miss use them, and let people with imagination choose.

Lidl fireworks are much better in my experience, much more bang for your buck!

I see the daily mail brigade are out in force. Why not just go a step further and ban everything that could be dangerous? Cars, buses, power tools, stepping outside of your house ... .. . !!

Original Poster

Just picked up a copy of the paper,

-Voucher is VALID UNTIL: 10th November
-Pack contains 5 fireworks
-Valid at licensed stores excluding locals,centrals & Northern Ireland

allgonewrong

Waste of money. Just watch an organised display. The sale of fireworks … Waste of money. Just watch an organised display. The sale of fireworks should be banned for personal use.



Unfortunately we can't do that. Our small children don't like the loud bangs, and it seems that fireworks displays are all about the noise rather than the view. We used to have a local fireworks display that did a quieter kiddies one first, but they stopped that.

The last few years we've bought a box of smaller fireworks and had a nice display with no risk to anyone.

Original Poster


Edited by: "Dan2310" 20th Oct 2013

thank god there not available in northern Ireland. that place is a keg waiting to go up lol

diffyc

Can this be used in all sainburys stores? I'm in northenr Ireland



Obviously not since fireworks are illegal in Northern Ireland!!

nireland

Obviously not since fireworks are illegal in Northern Ireland!!



Why's that then?? oO

cburns

Agree with that....there just not worth the risks to life, limb and … Agree with that....there just not worth the risks to life, limb and property...just how many more children have to get hurt before someone see sense and bans them



Then afterwards we can think about tackling those dangerous knives and forks. Won't someone please think of the children!

Original Poster

Just picked up my free pack, going quick tho not many left in our store apparently.

Also were out of a couple of pieces so had to do bit of swapping around.

Still feel like ive got a decent deal for £15 though!

Ohh nectar points on entire shop too inc the free pack

Superb - pleased to report just back from Sainsburys with a decent haul of fireworks for £21. Two boxes of Spellbound (bogof) and free pyro cake. Thanks for the post - would have missed this!

Picture of "free" pack below.....not worth £30 I guess, but certainly good if you have got the voucher and buying fireworks from Sainsburys anyway. None in Oldbury, West Mids but had some in Blackheath,West Mids...

http://imageshack.us/a/img850/7075/jg8v.jpg

Edited by: "18nine04" 20th Oct 2013

cburns

Agree with that....there just not worth the risks to life, limb and … Agree with that....there just not worth the risks to life, limb and property...just how many more children have to get hurt before someone see sense and bans them



roads are risky too, so stop going out on roads.

fionamctavish7

Fireworks cause 1000 serious injuries every year, half of these incidents … Fireworks cause 1000 serious injuries every year, half of these incidents are caused by a family or private party. 50 of those 1000 injuries are life-threatening. 10 people a year loose their sight through fireworks. They also kill and shock animals, and start numerous fires. For what purpose, for pleasure. I'm not calling for a ban or that you shouldn't buy them, but I think it's important we highlight the seriousness of fireworks and not trivialize them by comparing it to using a knife and fork. So please, if you're purchasing fireworks, please don't be cocky and assume you know how to do it. Read the Fire-Safety/NHS guidelines on fireworks.



Sanctimonious and patronising. I too can quote unsubstantiated figures about injuries on just about anything we do in life and that includes knives and forks. And IMO the more cats I can scare the better!

Cheers OP!

Original Poster

Offer in paper:
http://i587.photobucket.com/albums/ss315/Danmcminn_photos/257088f1-a078-4731-b745-607c5b6d7e35_zpsbd639bbe.jpg

Got these for £15
http://i587.photobucket.com/albums/ss315/Danmcminn_photos/IMG_0034_zps2519b63a.jpg

And contents of sunfire for anyone interested (plus a wheel which i somehow left out the image! )
http://i587.photobucket.com/albums/ss315/Danmcminn_photos/IMG_0035_zps2045a2d1.jpg

cburns

Agree with that....there just not worth the risks to life, limb and … Agree with that....there just not worth the risks to life, limb and property...just how many more children have to get hurt before someone see sense and bans them



Spot on my mate lost 2 fingers when he was young went to pick it up and it exploded, index and thumb.

Ban them.......

Dan2310

Offer in paper: Got these for £15 :)And contents of sunfire for anyone … Offer in paper: Got these for £15 :)And contents of sunfire for anyone interested (plus a wheel which i somehow left out the image! )



Terrible! So where were his parents who clearly should have been keeping an eye on him as I do mine? They stand at least 20m away when I light them

slimy31

Unfortunately we can't do that. Our small children don't like the loud … Unfortunately we can't do that. Our small children don't like the loud bangs, and it seems that fireworks displays are all about the noise rather than the view. We used to have a local fireworks display that did a quieter kiddies one first, but they stopped that.The last few years we've bought a box of smaller fireworks and had a nice display with no risk to anyone.



Surely ear plugs are an easy solution? Or even better (for them), character ear muffs!

You can also put these towards your money off voucher if you have any. i.e. £3 off £30 spend.

My voucher runs out on 10th November. This is a good deal for people that would normally purchase fireworks. But if your just buying them for the free ones then you're wasting £15+

Original Poster

hemjshah

You can also put these towards your money off voucher if you have any. … You can also put these towards your money off voucher if you have any. i.e. £3 off £30 spend.



Ahh never thought of that one, Ive had a £3 off 20 but always forget to take them back with me! could of been even cheaper

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