Free Gym Ball from Tilda Rice (Buy one promotional pack of 1kg Tilda Wholegrain Basmati rice, or two 500g packs, and you’ll receive a free Everlast gym ball, workout DVD and pump). - purchase required + £3.50 p&p
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Free Gym Ball from Tilda Rice (Buy one promotional pack of 1kg Tilda Wholegrain Basmati rice, or two 500g packs, and you’ll receive a free Everlast gym ball, workout DVD and pump). - purchase required + £3.50 p&p

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Found 15th Jan 2013
BEGIN A YEAR OF HEALTH AND WELLBEING WITH TILDA WHOLEGRAIN BASMATI RICE

Buy one promotional pack of 1kg Tilda Wholegrain Basmati rice, or two 500g packs, and you’ll receive a free Everlast gym ball, workout DVD and pump. Also included in the pack is a 6 week strength and conditioning workout plan which will give you a great, low impact way to improve your fitness.

Look out for the green stickers on specially-marked packs. They’re available in store from January to March 2013. Claims end April 30th 2013.

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i thought i would give u a head start as it is a deal:)

Plus £3.50 postage

What if bought in shops? Do they give it to me instantly or will they still ship and charge for it?

nice deal!!

OP - you should also mention £3.50 P&P, else the post is mis-leading. Heat added, though!

Save the bother and buy this one:
tesco.com/dir…216

Its cheaper than the £3.50 postage and is very good quality, just get it delivered to store for free if you have one nearby
Edited by: "beltabry" 15th Jan 2013

beltabry

Save the bother and buy this … Save the bother and buy this one:http://www.tesco.com/direct/one-body-65cm-gym-ball/100-2216.prd?pageLevel=&skuId=100-2216Its cheaper than the £3.50 postage and is very good quality, just get it delivered to store for free if you have one nearby



Lack of rice and women working out on DVD though.....

so which supermarket got best price at the moment?

if you read the terms and conditions.. they take no liability if your receipt or voucher gets lost in the post etc ...
A con not to send out the freebie ... tesco is cheeper

subs123

if you read the terms and conditions.. they take no liability if your … if you read the terms and conditions.. they take no liability if your receipt or voucher gets lost in the post etc ... A con not to send out the freebie ... tesco is cheeper



And the fact they want your address to send you the item - totally suspicious!!! The best thing to do is to move to a cabin in the woods, tell no one and seal all the windows with duct tape and dont forget to wear the tin foil hat so they can't read your thoughts using the mindreader app on iphone; all iphones are in actuality government spy devices.
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