Free Reusable Coffee Mug (RRP £5.59) - 10 nectar points via MyMail rewards, Voucher in Saturday's (3rd Feb) Daily Mail (£1) @DailyMail
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Free Reusable Coffee Mug (RRP £5.59) - 10 nectar points via MyMail rewards, Voucher in Saturday's (3rd Feb) Daily Mail (£1) @DailyMail

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Found 2nd FebEdited by:"matwalaboy"
Join the Daily Mail's war against plastic today by picking up a fantastic FREE* reusable coffee cup at WHSmith! Code in tomorrow's (3rd Feb) newspaper.

This 400ml cup, worth £5.99, will maintain the temperature of your favourite hot drink - whether you are a mocha, latte, cappuccino or even just a hearty English tea drinker meaning that you can enjoy it for longer.

It's easy to carry with you wherever you go and your favourite coffee shop will even fill it for you - sometimes for a discount!

PLUS, in using your reusable cup, you'll be able to join us in doing your bit to help the environment and the planet, ensuring a better future for generations to come.

HOW TO CLAIM

1. Join or sign into your account at mymail.co.uk
2. Enter your Unique Number from the back page of the paper on Saturday, 3 February
3. Spend 10 Nectar points and click 'Redeem' to qualify for this offer
4. A unique code will be sent to your email account within the next few hours. Simply take your email or show it on your phone at your local participating WHSmiths to get your cup. Click here to see all participating stores.
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Maybe they should be declaring war against waste paper. All that crap news they post on paper should be banned.
Unusual for the Daily Mail to be declaring war on something.. oh wait.
So its not free, then. You have to spend a pound on the rag, give them all your info, then redeem 10 nectar points. Plus the shame of supporting the Daily Heil.

That's a very expensive coffee cup to me.
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Unusual for the Daily Mail to be declaring war on something.. oh wait.
Maybe they should be declaring war against waste paper. All that crap news they post on paper should be banned.
johnnybloxs31 m ago

Unusual for the Daily Mail to be declaring war on something.. oh wait.


Aren’t daily mail always on war with anyone who even dares support anything in europe?
GlesgaNed20 m ago

Maybe they should be declaring war against waste paper. All that crap news …Maybe they should be declaring war against waste paper. All that crap news they post on paper should be banned.


They are in direct completion with the sun on the crap-ness quotient, hard war to win that eh
So its not free, then. You have to spend a pound on the rag, give them all your info, then redeem 10 nectar points. Plus the shame of supporting the Daily Heil.

That's a very expensive coffee cup to me.
BertieWusster18 m ago

So its not free, then. You have to spend a pound on the rag, give them …So its not free, then. You have to spend a pound on the rag, give them all your info, then redeem 10 nectar points. Plus the shame of supporting the Daily Heil.That's a very expensive coffee cup to me.


Agreed.
I'll do without.
is it the Mail who on a Saturday wrap the tv supplement in plastic?

I know a few papers used to
Edited by: "jcmyerscough" 3rd Feb
BertieWusster11 h, 26 m ago

So its not free, then. You have to spend a pound on the rag, give them …So its not free, then. You have to spend a pound on the rag, give them all your info, then redeem 10 nectar points. Plus the shame of supporting the Daily Heil.That's a very expensive coffee cup to me.



or just go to your local supermarket and take photo of code with your phone from back page ,that costs nothing if your going to supermarket in first place
For anyone redeeming this offer, it might take a while for the voucher to come through after redemption. (35 minutes in my case)
£1 for a reusable mug, for £1 you can get the same from poundland but without the shame and hassel of registering, redeeming, checking emails and going to WHsmith (if they have not closed it down)
mmachine46 m ago

or just go to your local supermarket and take photo of code with your …or just go to your local supermarket and take photo of code with your phone from back page ,that costs nothing if your going to supermarket in first place


Or save yourself the time and just steal a mug directly from the supermarket rather than going to all that effort of stealing one from a newspaper.
Subject to availability in WHSmith High St stores from Saturday 3 to Monday 5 February 2018, whilst stocks last on a first-come, first-served basis. Not valid in Northern Island. Excludes WHSmith outlets, online, Books by WHSmith at Selfridges, Harrods, Arnotts and Fenwick stores, certain WHSmith Locals and all travel stores including those at airports, railways stations, service stations, hospitals, workplaces and selected garden centres.


Sounds like a lot of faff to get something made of plastic to fight the war on plastic
PeteW13 m ago

Or save yourself the time and just steal a mug directly from the …Or save yourself the time and just steal a mug directly from the supermarket rather than going to all that effort of stealing one from a newspaper.



so everyone who goes to a supermarket picks up a newspaper or magazine and reads a few pages then puts it back without paying in your mind thats classed as stealing,for those with a good memory just read the code then use it,but as ehosin said it Sounds like a lot of faff to get something made of plastic to fight the war on plastic
Edited by: "mmachine" 3rd Feb
A free mug when you buy toilet paper for £1 Is a bargain. However I prefer Cushelle softness to daily mail's abrasiveness
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