Great British Pub Gift Card 25% off at Sainsbury's £20 card for £15 instore -  Scarborough
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Great British Pub Gift Card 25% off at Sainsbury's £20 card for £15 instore - Scarborough

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LocalFound 10th JunEdited by:"dirtydog351"
Hi All,

I just visited my local Sainsburys and they have a gift card offer which allows you to get 25% off food and drink at 1700 pubs around the uk.

Visit the following link to see possible locations greatbritishpubcard.co.uk/Our…ons

Max per customer is 4 (£80) and you will need to swipe your nectar card and do not use a self service till.

This is only valid on the £20 cards.

5 easy steps to make this a better deal :

1. visit Sainsburys

2. look for gift card section

3. pick up 4 £20 gift cards for the Great British pubs

4. Take them to a till and spend £60 for £80 credit for food and drink at the pub. (make sure you use a cashback credit card such as amex for even more off, do not forgot nectar points to!)

5. Combine these gift cards with any pubs promotional offers for a even bigger discount! (such as hungry horse's curry and a pint for £5.49, which will now only cost you £4.11 after using the card)

They have another 50 in stock at Sainsburys Scarborough.

I will upload receipt later, as I am at the pub.

Enjoy
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Not a thing about gift cards...pub or otherwise on the link
Fyi this should be nationwide as they were advertising this at the gift counter as a promotion for 2 weeks.
sarahc14 m ago

Not a thing about gift cards...pub or otherwise on the link


I will post the link from my pc tonight, I will be using mine at hungry horse pubs. basicly Google "great British pub card" and that should bring you to the site that you can see the nearest pub on.
Am i missing something with these cards? Why would anyone pay full price? Does it get you a discount on food / beer? It not, all you have done is exchange one payment method that can be used at any location for one that is very limited.
Looks good to me I’ll check our local thanks op
Master.G8 m ago

Am i missing something with these cards? Why would anyone pay full price? …Am i missing something with these cards? Why would anyone pay full price? Does it get you a discount on food / beer? It not, all you have done is exchange one payment method that can be used at any location for one that is very limited.


Sorry for not being very clear basicly you spend £15 in sainsburys on the card to get £20 credit to spend at up to 1700 pubs. Therefore you get 25% off at the pub.
Did they have any other cards on offer?
steveieboy158 s ago

Did they have any other cards on offer?


No, sorry.
dirtydog35136 m ago

Sorry for not being very clear basicly you spend £15 in sainsburys on the …Sorry for not being very clear basicly you spend £15 in sainsburys on the card to get £20 credit to spend at up to 1700 pubs. Therefore you get 25% off at the pub.



You were very clear. It is indeed a good deal if you use any of these places. My question was why anyone would pay full price. Without a discounted purchase price, it would be a bad deal. I just don't understand the logic in paying £20 on a gift card that you can give to a friend so that they can spend £20 in a limited number of places. Just give them £20 which they can spend anywhere.
Master.G46 m ago

Am i missing something with these cards? Why would anyone pay full price? …Am i missing something with these cards? Why would anyone pay full price? Does it get you a discount on food / beer? It not, all you have done is exchange one payment method that can be used at any location for one that is very limited.


It's British culture to not give straight up cash as a gift, so if you know the person likes said shop, get them a gift card for it, birthdays Christmas etc. I get your point though.
Master.G3 h, 2 m ago

You were very clear. It is indeed a good deal if you use any of these …You were very clear. It is indeed a good deal if you use any of these places. My question was why anyone would pay full price. Without a discounted purchase price, it would be a bad deal. I just don't understand the logic in paying £20 on a gift card that you can give to a friend so that they can spend £20 in a limited number of places. Just give them £20 which they can spend anywhere.


You mean £15 to spend anywhere
The good thing about these cards is they are regarded as "cash" by the till especially Hungry Horse - so you can use vouchers and deals and still pay with them
xobec1 h, 34 m ago

You mean £15 to spend anywhere



Nope, i'll try again. Why would anyone pay full price.
All owned by Greene King so this is effectively a Greedy King gift card.

Whilst Greene King are a British company, you have to wonder where their interests really lie, the company is like one big accountancy exercise.
Edited by: "supermann" 10th Jun
supermann1 h, 34 m ago

All owned by Greene King so this is effectively a Greedy King gift card. …All owned by Greene King so this is effectively a Greedy King gift card. Whilst Greene King are a British company, you have to wonder where their interests really lie, the company is like one big accountancy exercise.


They are scumbags

bought our local flaming grill off spirit pub co, and closed it down almost instantly sold it off to developers to become luxury flats. They don’t care about pubs or regular drinkers
Edited by: "unhappybunny" 11th Jun
Master.G8 h, 53 m ago

Nope, i'll try again. Why would anyone pay full price.


I think you've misread the deal - it's a £20 gift card for £15, and you can still advantage of bogof, weekday discounts, etc when using it.
Smeeble1 h, 2 m ago

I think you've misread the deal - it's a £20 gift card for £15, and you c …I think you've misread the deal - it's a £20 gift card for £15, and you can still advantage of bogof, weekday discounts, etc when using it.


No, you've misread Master.G. He's asking the point of these cards in the first place, saying quite rightly that they're a waste of polluting plastic if bought at full price. The people selling them might as well be saying "here's two tenners, that you can only use in certain places - all yours for twenty quid". Whoever G is, I'm sure he can work out that a fiver off is good value and a deal, but when it's not reduced and a like-for-like, they needn't really exist.
theediscerning39 m ago

No, you've misread Master.G. He's asking the point of these cards in the …No, you've misread Master.G. He's asking the point of these cards in the first place, saying quite rightly that they're a waste of polluting plastic if bought at full price. The people selling them might as well be saying "here's two tenners, that you can only use in certain places - all yours for twenty quid". Whoever G is, I'm sure he can work out that a fiver off is good value and a deal, but when it's not reduced and a like-for-like, they needn't really exist.


I totally agree that like for like cash for vouchers is pointless, but that's not what this post is though
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