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Get £10 off when you spend £40 at Iceland or The Food Warehouse (With purchase of Mirror Newspaper)
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Get £10 off when you spend £40 at Iceland or The Food Warehouse (With purchase of Mirror Newspaper)

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Posted 5th Dec 2019

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This popular offer returns from tomorrow. Simply buy a Mirror Newspaper between tomorrow and Monday and enclosed within the newspaper will be a £10 off £40 voucher. This voucher expires on the 9th December, so you will have to conduct your Iceland shop over the next few days. You can use the voucher to purchase anything instore, although the purchase of alcohol is excluded in Scotland. The voucher is only valid instore.

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GLENHESKETH05/12/2019 18:22

I'd rather pay full price that buy that rag


If it is like last weekend, or the weekend before, whenever it was, then it will be accompanied by a QR code that let's you get a digital voucher.

Someone will post that once the paper is available digitally.
Thanks reindeer333, great find and good timing.

Buying the Mirror is fine with me - in fact it will make a nice change as it's been a long time since I've bought any newspapers. Can't get away from the news now everything's online
GLENHESKETH05/12/2019 18:22

I'd rather pay full price that buy that rag


I think it's The Sun you're thinking of.
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I'd rather pay full price that buy that rag
GLENHESKETH05/12/2019 18:22

I'd rather pay full price that buy that rag


If it is like last weekend, or the weekend before, whenever it was, then it will be accompanied by a QR code that let's you get a digital voucher.

Someone will post that once the paper is available digitally.
GLENHESKETH05/12/2019 18:22

I'd rather pay full price that buy that rag


Just rip the page out then and it's win win.
Thanks reindeer333, great find and good timing.

Buying the Mirror is fine with me - in fact it will make a nice change as it's been a long time since I've bought any newspapers. Can't get away from the news now everything's online
Great deal Thanks
GLENHESKETH05/12/2019 18:22

I'd rather pay full price that buy that rag


I think it's The Sun you're thinking of.
popoyaya05/12/2019 20:29

I think it's The Sun you're thinking of.


Nope definitely the Mirror
GLENHESKETH05/12/2019 18:22

I'd rather pay full price that buy that rag


Buy it then when you run out of toilet paper you can use it to wipe yer arse!
Edited by: "omendata" 5th Dec 2019
Niceland
Iceland has more sales than ebay these days. Not complaining though Don’t forget to top up your bonus card with your HSBC Visa card for cashback. Don’t forget to upload your receipt to Win with Iceland for the chance to win a prize. I won a Frozen 2 book with stickers yay!!!

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Edited by: "Madchester" 6th Dec 2019
GLENHESKETH05/12/2019 20:31

Nope definitely the Mirror


Why would that be. Are you a tory boy. If so why are you looking on hot UK deals surely your butler does your shopping :/
plebbygiraffe05/12/2019 18:30

If it is like last weekend, or the weekend before, whenever it was, then …If it is like last weekend, or the weekend before, whenever it was, then it will be accompanied by a QR code that let's you get a digital voucher.Someone will post that once the paper is available digitally.


Has anyone scanned it yet?
Deedas8806/12/2019 06:07

Why would that be. Are you a tory boy. If so why are you looking on hot UK …Why would that be. Are you a tory boy. If so why are you looking on hot UK deals surely your butler does your shopping :/


Never assume anything. It makes an ass of u and me. I actually hate the Mirror as it's a poorly written one sided rag. May I suggest you remove the blinkers and take a more pragmatic look at the world.
GLENHESKETH05/12/2019 18:22

I'd rather pay full price that buy that rag


not much of a bargain hunter are you??
thanks just what I was looking for!!

Everyone can get £10 off their shop at Iceland supermarket this weekend - here's howIceland supermarket is giving all Daily Mirror readers a free £10 off a £40 shop this Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Here's how you can get it
For anyone that's planning on heading out for the weekly shop this weekend, you may want to pop to Iceland supermarket , as the popular supermarket has just unveiled a very easy way for all customers to get a discount on their next visit.

The money off coupon will work on absolutely everything in store, including alcohol, Frozen 2 toys or even the Christmas food shop.

Over the next four days, Daily Mirror readers will be able to get £10 off a £40 shop in store.

To get the discount, you'll just need to pick up a copy of the Daily Mirror at some point over the next four days, which will include a £10 off voucher.

The money off coupon will be in the Daily Mirror tomorrow on Friday (6th), as well as on Saturday (7th), Saturday (8th) and Monday (9th).

The only catch is that you'll need to use your voucher in store by the time Iceland and Food Warehouse stores close on Monday 9th December 2019.
Edited by: "r40" 6th Dec 2019
r4006/12/2019 08:09

not much of a bargain hunter are you??


Clearly not... but I prefer my morals
r4006/12/2019 08:13

The money off coupon will be in the Daily Mirror tomorrow on Friday (6th), …The money off coupon will be in the Daily Mirror tomorrow on Friday (6th), as well as on Saturday (7th), Saturday (8th) and Monday (9th).


Need to employ a proof reader, unless in their world there is no Sunday.
Is the QR code the same as last weeks or can someone post the new one here please.
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Deedas8806/12/2019 08:37

I prefer the NHS


Really..... I thought we had one. I prefer someone who doesn't have such a cosy relationship with the IRA in no 10
GLENHESKETH06/12/2019 08:50

Really..... I thought we had one. I prefer someone who doesn't have such a …Really..... I thought we had one. I prefer someone who doesn't have such a cosy relationship with the IRA in no 10


Ha ha. Here we go knew I'd bait you out Tory Boy. 130k deaths of innocents on your hands. Class traitor.
Edited by: "Deedas88" 6th Dec 2019
Deedas8806/12/2019 09:01

Ha ha. Here we go knew I'd bait you out Tory Boy. 130k deaths of innocents …Ha ha. Here we go knew I'd bait you out Tory Boy. 130k deaths of innocents on your hands. Class traitor.


Oh and you spell it "knew" ... hopefully whoever's in power will invest in adult education to assist you
GLENHESKETH06/12/2019 08:50

Really..... I thought we had one. I prefer someone who doesn't have such a …Really..... I thought we had one. I prefer someone who doesn't have such a cosy relationship with the IRA in no 10


That and DA ripping apart our security services.
Madchester05/12/2019 23:48

Iceland has more sales than ebay these days. Not complaining though Iceland has more sales than ebay these days. Not complaining though Don’t forget to top up your bonus card with your HSBC Visa card for cashback[Image]


Doesn't work - online only.
This deal was also featured in a few local papers, just to keep an eye out.
Why don't ICELAND make it universal and send an equal offer promo by email to encourage online shoppers who don't shop instore.?
guru40406/12/2019 09:16

That and DA ripping apart our security services.


Ah yes Abacus Abbott....just imagine that on a world stage. !!!!
guru40406/12/2019 09:18

Doesn't work - online only.


What are you on about? I topped up my bonus card with £100 online and got £5 cashback in my bank account and £5 bonus on my iceland card.
Madchester06/12/2019 09:53

What are you on about? I topped up my bonus card with £100 online and got …What are you on about? I topped up my bonus card with £100 online and got £5 cashback in my bank account and £5 bonus on my iceland card.


The cashback states payments instore do not count, nor does click and collect.
Edited by: "guru404" 6th Dec 2019
guru40406/12/2019 09:54

The cashback states payments instore do not count, nor does click and …The cashback states payments instore do not count, nor does click and collect.


I didn’t pay in instore I topped up my bonus card on Iceland website with my HSBC card. Anyway I’ve done it already and have been paid the cashback.
Edited by: "Madchester" 6th Dec 2019
Madchester06/12/2019 09:58

I didn’t pay in instore I topped up my bonus card on Iceland …I didn’t pay in instore I topped up my bonus card on Iceland website with my HSBC card. Anyway I’ve done it already and have been paid the cashback.


Oh I see what you mean now. I don't know much about the Bonus card, thought it was just like a points card. I didn't know that you could 'top it up'. Good tip.
Edited by: "guru404" 6th Dec 2019
guru40406/12/2019 10:01

Oh I see what you mean now. I don't know much about the Bonus card, …Oh I see what you mean now. I don't know much about the Bonus card, thought it was just like a points card. I didn't know that you could 'top it up'. Good tip.


Yes it saves a further 10%
dink1206/12/2019 09:51

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Isn't there a QR code like last weekend's one?
Who goes to store these days?
Mr.No06/12/2019 12:11

Who goes to store these days?


We do with a £10 off a £40 spend, but you stay at home in the warm
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