Free pack of Princes Mackerel with Printable Voucher
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Free pack of Princes Mackerel with Printable Voucher

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Found 27th FebEdited by:"Nikki06"
Fill in your details and you will be given a coupon for your free pack. You can either print this yourself or have it sent to your address with this sneaky trick:

When you hit the print button, you will be asked if it printed OK. Click no and you will be asked to add your address details. The coupon will then be posted to you.

Enjoy!
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Just a thought but maybe people could use spare vouchers to buy tins and drop these tins into the food bank donations basket. Your kind deed done for those in genuine poverty.
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In which stores can it be used?
Is this one of those that want you to install Coupon Printing Software?
steveideas15 m ago

In which stores can it be used?


Can only see it in Tesco on mysupermarket ☺
DingIs23 m ago

Is this one of those that want you to install Coupon Printing Software?


No, I just did it using my iPad and wireless printer
Using google chrome, the coupon can be saved as a PDF or printed immediately. I wasn't asked to install any software. I hope this helps!
PRINTER NOT REQUIRED.
When you hit the print button, you will be asked if it printed OK. Click no and you will be asked to add your address details. The coupon will then be posted to you. This is my third in the last few weeks.
Master.G4 m ago

PRINTER NOT REQUIRED.When you hit the print button, you will be asked if …PRINTER NOT REQUIRED.When you hit the print button, you will be asked if it printed OK. Click no and you will be asked to add your address details. The coupon will then be posted to you. This is my third in the last few weeks.


Good for everyone to know. Thanks
Heat for not having to run an exe.
So i just got three coupons.I will photocopy them and use the copies time and time again just like i did with the sandwich fillers and the tins of fruit .
can they be used in self service, or need to go to manned checkout?
The ink and paper probably costs more than the value of the item
XClent .....just ordered Thanx OP
just tried to use a printed out one in sainsburys. women on the till refused to accept it saying it was a photocopy. i couldn't be ar$ed to argue or go to CS.

tbh i was trying to buy the one in mustard sauce and in hindsight it did look like the contents of a sickly childs nappy.
weeZl49 m ago

just tried to use a printed out one in sainsburys. women on the till …just tried to use a printed out one in sainsburys. women on the till refused to accept it saying it was a photocopy. i couldn't be ar$ed to argue or go to CS.tbh i was trying to buy the one in mustard sauce and in hindsight it did look like the contents of a sickly childs nappy.


Whenever they do this to me, I call customer services after I leave and get a gift card sent to me
weeZl1 h, 54 m ago

just tried to use a printed out one in sainsburys. women on the till …just tried to use a printed out one in sainsburys. women on the till refused to accept it saying it was a photocopy. i couldn't be ar$ed to argue or go to CS.tbh i was trying to buy the one in mustard sauce and in hindsight it did look like the contents of a sickly childs nappy.


They are often rejected as they look like photocopies. Some supermarkets accept them, but not all. A bit of hitand miss, as it depends on the customer service person or cashier at the time.
Rancid, I wouldn't take a tin if they paid me.
Just a thought but maybe people could use spare vouchers to buy tins and drop these tins into the food bank donations basket. Your kind deed done for those in genuine poverty.
mutley113 h, 22 m ago

They are often rejected as they look like photocopies. Some supermarkets …They are often rejected as they look like photocopies. Some supermarkets accept them, but not all. A bit of hitand miss, as it depends on the customer service person or cashier at the time.


If you go to a self device til,it won't scan but it you go to a til with a cashier,when they scan it, it will work.
AW00794 h, 15 m ago

If you go to a self device til,it won't scan but it you go to a til with a …If you go to a self device til,it won't scan but it you go to a til with a cashier,when they scan it, it will work.


Even if it scans, the cashier has to put the value of the product into the till as it will be different at different supermarkets. The cashier has to decide if she will be able to accept the voucher and as these are printed, they look like photocopies, or there is no way to tell if they are photocopies so the cashier sometimes ask the customer service manager to approve, who may decline the voucher because they are printed and possibly photocopied.

The bigger the store, the more likely they are to accept the vouchers. Tesco is better than Sainsburys at accepting these printed vouchers. I have heard members say some Asda don't accept them.
Nikki0627th Feb

Using google chrome, the coupon can be saved as a PDF or printed …Using google chrome, the coupon can be saved as a PDF or printed immediately. I wasn't asked to install any software. I hope this helps!


They seem to have removed the option to save as pdf now.
Wongy11022 h, 33 m ago

They seem to have removed the option to save as pdf now.



When the Print Menu comes up, you should be able to select Prnit to PDF instead of Epson/Canon etc.
I got coupon posted to my home ..
My coupon arrived today
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