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iceland £5 off £25 spend after a £15 spend
iceland £5 off £25 spend after a £15 spend

iceland £5 off £25 spend after a £15 spend

Spend £15 in 1 shop between 11th july and the 14th july and get £5 coupon off your next £25 spend.valid between 25th and 27th july

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Original Poster

Instore only

£5 off £15+£25 spend .Good deal.

i like iceland, tend to use them ofter for bread (2 for £1.60) , eggs , milk, etc

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Ajazb

£5 off £15+£25 spend .Good deal.




No just £5 off £25 spend

ifrazalam

No just £5 off £25 spend

No, you have to spend £40 to get £5 off, so it's £5 of £40

Thats another good way of explaining intended or not misleading title .

I don't like this deal. They want you to spend £15 THIS WEEKEND. And then the £5 off has to be used within a specified time. Unless you were already going to be spending £40 within 2 weeks, I don't think it's worth "beefing up" your basket just to get £5 off. Just buy what you need.

Thats why mums goto Iceland - Hot Deal

That's why the 'chav' mums go Iceland u mean

So spend£40 in total to get a fiver off... awesome!

Zstar

I don't like this deal. They want you to spend £15 THIS WEEKEND. And then … I don't like this deal. They want you to spend £15 THIS WEEKEND. And then the £5 off has to be used within a specified time. Unless you were already going to be spending £40 within 2 weeks, I don't think it's worth "beefing up" your basket just to get £5 off. Just buy what you need.



so you dont like the spend £120 over the month at morrisons for £10 off next shop or the £5 of aldi deals that pop up here that have to spend on one shop

neilakabej

That's why the 'chav' mums go Iceland u mean

And then into Sports Direct...

scottyjim

so you dont like the spend £120 over the month at morrisons for £10 off n … so you dont like the spend £120 over the month at morrisons for £10 off next shop or the £5 of aldi deals that pop up here that have to spend on one shop



Well - with 15 million tonnes of food being thrown away each year - and more than half of that coming from households, I think deals like this are partly to blame. People see this as a good deal and spend more than they really needed to - subsequently buying extra food to meet the deal requirements. And end up wasting that extra produce.

So no, I don't like deals like this. Can see them suiting some people, perhaps with large families, but not for me.
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