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Free sample goody bag from Tesco pharmacy
Free sample goody bag from Tesco pharmacy

Free sample goody bag from Tesco pharmacy

I know this has been posted before in the past but I thought I would remind everyone as I picked up a really good freebie bag from Tesco pharmacy today.

If you ask at the pharmacy they sometimes have free sample bags to give away. I have asked a couple of times in the past (sometimes they have run out or other times they are targeted at different groups ie. the last time it was for diabetics only) Well today i got one and the freebies were quite good! Inside was

Nivea Visage DNAge Night cream - full size 50ml
A packet of herb soothing boiled losengers (not sure what they were for but tasted nice!)
A sample of sensitve skin washing powder
A carton of Alpro Soy chocolate milk
A calcium supplement chewable tablet
A travel size shampoo sample

The Nivea cream is worth £15.99!!!

Worth asking next time you pass the pharmacy.

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Seems hot.
H&R added

thanks, will check it out tomorrow.

Original Poster

I got mine from the borehamwood tesco. As i said it is a bit hit and miss whether they have any in stock or not. Definately worth asking whenever you are passing!

Heat and rep added cheers

On another note - have anyone noticed how Tesco keep creping up their prices, mainly on own brand items. Have noticed this for years - but recently, Tesco crackers went from 19p to 36p, Tesco Bread Sticks from 44p to 55p ad Tesco Salted Peanuts from21p to 33p? Per centt wise his is huge, but no announcement, no promo, no reason. B4 someone says this is market forces, well we are in a recession, this how much we are actually saving going there weekly? These are 3 - there must be tonnes of sneaky price increases - and significant ones, not just the odd penny or two.

hussaifa, I have noticed as well.
Some Tesco products have gone up by 20%. Tin peas, sweetcorn, carrots, spinach, crumpets spaghetti etc.

Not just tescos prices, went to buy some normal "value" equivilant pasta from Asda, as I do every week. In one week, it had jumped from 19p to 39p. They even had the cheek to put a little "low price " sticker next to it. How can they justify a 20p rise in one week?!
But back to the original post, have received a couple of bags in the past, will try this week! Thanks OP, heat added!

Original Poster

asu;3483265

do we have to purchase anything from the tesco pharmacy to claim the … do we have to purchase anything from the tesco pharmacy to claim the goody bag?



I did purchase something today but I don't believe you have to. I've had the opinion that , if they had had them in stock before when I have asked and not bought something, they would have given it to me.

will ask when I am tescoing next

thanks welshy x

heat added thanks

hussaifa;3482626

Bulls Bridge has too many auntie jee's working there - they're vile and … Bulls Bridge has too many auntie jee's working there - they're vile and selfish. They would never let something like this be given to the public. I was there today and was not impressed. I will try in the week, but on't hold my breath...On another note - have anyone noticed how Tesco keep creping up their prices, mainly on own brand items. Have noticed this for years - but recently, Tesco crackers went from 19p to 36p, Tesco Bread Sticks from 44p to 55p ad Tesco Salted Peanuts from21p to 33p? Per centt wise his is huge, but no announcement, no promo, no reason. B4 someone says this is market forces, well we are in a recession, this how much we are actually saving going there weekly? These are 3 - there must be tonnes of sneaky price increases - and significant ones, not just the odd penny or two.



thought no one would notice...and i mean those vile selfish arrogant moody auntiez working there. had so many occassions whr they dont give u good service. dont think so they will EVER give out anything FREE. GRRRRRRRRRR

Thanks.:thumbsup:

Out of the 3 Tesco's I have nearby, none of them have a pharmacy. (incl. 2 Tesco Xtrsa!)

No fair!

loveabargain;3483413

I did purchase something today but I don't believe you have to. I've had … I did purchase something today but I don't believe you have to. I've had the opinion that , if they had had them in stock before when I have asked and not bought something, they would have given it to me.



will check mine out too! thanks and good name by the way lol:-D

THANKS OP!!!
Got mine today, the lady said they are aimed at over 50's but there was no problem if I wanted one!!
heat & rep x

I went to my local tescos today (cheam park farm) and was told I had to buy something, but I bought a 50p of ibroprofen (?) and they gave me the bag! Well worth it for the nivea cream alone, although a friend did say that the enclosed "snore strips" were quite good!

We got one last week when we brought a bottle of baby Nurofen. I think you have to buy something. Ours wasn't as good as the OP but we did get a pack of tissues and a few samples of body cream!!

hussaifa;3482626

On another note - have anyone noticed how Tesco keep creping up their … On another note - have anyone noticed how Tesco keep creping up their prices, mainly on own brand items. Have noticed this for years - but recently, Tesco crackers went from 19p to 36p, Tesco Bread Sticks from 44p to 55p ad Tesco Salted Peanuts from21p to 33p? Per centt wise his is huge, but no announcement, no promo, no reason. B4 someone says this is market forces, well we are in a recession, this how much we are actually saving going there weekly? These are 3 - there must be tonnes of sneaky price increases - and significant ones, not just the odd penny or two.

I noticed the tesco value bleach was 23p and I'm sure it was 44p yesterday!

*cant pass for over 50 here, i'd be happy if i can buy a pack of cigs without being asked for id.

i went along to tesco tonight, never purchased anything the lady was more than happy to give me one thanks, heat added

got mine - thanks - repped

In economics, inflation is a rise in the general level of prices of goods and services in an economy over a period of time. The term "inflation" once referred to increases in the money supply (monetary inflation); however, economic debates about the relationship between money supply and price levels have led to its primary use today in describing price inflation.

Fab deal - i picked up mine today with the same goodies mentioned above plus money off vouchers and info leaflets and a mini shampoo! Cheers!

Got a bag from Portsmouth (North Harbour) today.

"They're for people people who buy someth..."
"Packet of Paracetamol please"

:whistling:

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thepearce;3533871

Got a bag from Portsmouth (North Harbour) today."They're for people … Got a bag from Portsmouth (North Harbour) today."They're for people people who buy someth...""Packet of Paracetamol please":whistling:



oh thats my local one ... you know where im going in a minute lol

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thepearce;3533871

Got a bag from Portsmouth (North Harbour) today."They're for people … Got a bag from Portsmouth (North Harbour) today."They're for people people who buy someth...""Packet of Paracetamol please":whistling:



ooops dont know what happened there

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thepearce;3533871

Got a bag from Portsmouth (North Harbour) today."They're for people … Got a bag from Portsmouth (North Harbour) today."They're for people people who buy someth...""Packet of Paracetamol please":whistling:



none left for me :x

Original Poster

Just to let you know these are still around. I got another one today from the Watford tesco. This time I had to buy something ( a packet of tesco paracetemol did the trick) and was told it was for over 50's. So I said I would have one for my mother!!!

H+R added! sounds gud! x
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