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From midnight: Buy a promotional Nestlé product & get 15% OFF Raleigh Bikes & Accessories (potential free helmet) + win family set of bikes
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From midnight: Buy a promotional Nestlé product & get 15% OFF Raleigh Bikes & Accessories (potential free helmet) + win family set of bikes

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Posted 30th Jun

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Mods - this has been posted as a deal as you are guaranteed to receive a free voucher for 15% off. Of course, please move this if necessary.

3255444.jpgIf you buy a promotional Nestlé product like the one in the photo above (not just Milkybar products) you will receive a voucher for 15% off Raleigh Bikes & Accessories.

You will potentially be able to get a free helmet out of this according to this section of the terms and conditions:

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One free adult helmet from the Mission Evo Range (RRP £19.99) can be claimed when the 15% off voucher is redeemed against the purchase of an adult Raleigh bike. Other helmets for children, when a children's bike is purchased, may be available up to the value of RRP £19.99 dependent on stock availability. To request a children's helmet, please call customer services on 01773532691 or email support@raleigh.co.uk."
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ach code entered you also have the chance to win a family set of bikes.

This promotion opens 01/07/2019 at 0:00.

The promotional period is 0:00 to 23:59 each day until 25/08/2019

Full terms and conditions here - good luck!

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Personally I hate Nestle and everything they stand for.

Some of their business practices have been unethical to say the least & I actively do what I can to avoid supporting them.
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Raleigh? That's a blast from the past. Memories of Grifters and Burners with skyway wheels.
Personally I hate Nestle and everything they stand for.

Some of their business practices have been unethical to say the least & I actively do what I can to avoid supporting them.
silentplayer30/06/2019 23:15

Personally I hate Nestle and everything they stand for. Some of their …Personally I hate Nestle and everything they stand for. Some of their business practices have been unethical to say the least & I actively do what I can to avoid supporting them.


Seconded.

The baby milk scandals, the child labour abuses etc, with time we can forget about.

But your changing the recipe for Kitkat?!?!?

You evil, rotten bast@${‘s
The Raleigh brand is owned by Accell of the Netherlands and they treat it pretty much like garbage. The bikes come from low end factories typically Bangladesh with some higher end bikes getting assembly in Europe but Accell put quite a high margin on them as the Raleigh brand has nostalgia for many people in the UK so they can be slightly exploited and are prepared to pay a small premium for the brand. Some of their entry level bikes are about Halford's Apollo brand quality but the pricing is much higher. I doubt 15% will do much for value. Some smaller independent bike shops stock Raleigh for their entry level bikes. You might even be able to negotiate a 15% discount with the shop anyway.

Looking at this folding bike.

raleigh.co.uk/sto…0bk

It's £400 on the Raleigh site so could be discounted to £340 but I've seen it for £250 in Halfords frequently and occasionally £200 with discount codes. It's just a generic folding bike from the far east with the Raleigh brand slapped on. At £340 you could buy a Carrera Intercity which has far higher quality components. Go Outdoors do a decent Claris equipped folding bike for around £300. Take off the Raleigh brand and that folding bike is worth about £170 approx.
Does anyone have a 15% code they wont be using?
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