Nah then! Owz Thi' Doin'? 'ave a gander at this.  75p cashback on 80 pack of Yorkshire Tea (any variety) from any UK retailer (not online though) via TCB Snap and Save and currently on offer at £2 at Tesco.
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Nah then! Owz Thi' Doin'? 'ave a gander at this. 75p cashback on 80 pack of Yorkshire Tea (any variety) from any UK retailer (not online though) via TCB Snap and Save and currently on offer at £2 at Tesco.

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Found 17th Aug 2017Edited by:"yoshiiiii"
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- Offer valid Thursday 17 Aug 2017 to Wednesday 23 August 2017 23:59 hours
- Purchases made online will not be eligible for cashback, so you must snap a receipt that you’ve obtained in any UK retail store.
You may fold your receipt before snapping it to ensure that you can fit all items listed in to the photo.
The following items must be clearly visible on the photo of your receipt:
- The date and time of purchase
- The Supermarket name
- The receipt number
- The item purchased that’s eligible for cashback
- Items can only be claimed once per receipt, and each receipt can only be used by one member for each offer.
- Each member can only redeem this offer once during the offer period.
- The Cashback amount cannot be greater than the purchase price of the product. If the item costs less than the Cashback, no Cashback will be awarded.
- You must snap and submit your receipt before the offer expires.
- The date shown on your snapped receipt must be within the offer period.
- After you’ve submitted your receipt, your cashback may take up to 7 days to be added to your TopCashback Account. Cashback may take up to 30 days from submission to be processed to Payable.
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Born, bred and live in Pontefract - how much Yorkshire dust tha need?
Cold for such a poor attempt at trying to mock the Yorkshire accent and just being downright insulting.
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Cold for such a poor attempt at trying to mock the Yorkshire accent and just being downright insulting.
Born, bred and live in Pontefract - how much Yorkshire dust tha need?
yoshiiiii11 m ago

Born, bred and live in Pontefract - how much Yorkshire dust tha need?


Pontecarlo is in the USA isn't it?
Pontefract hopes your a flat cap supporter. Come on fev
migavupe1 h, 24 m ago

Cold for such a poor attempt at trying to mock the Yorkshire accent and …Cold for such a poor attempt at trying to mock the Yorkshire accent and just being downright insulting.


Absolutely weary....grow up
I see Keith Lemon posts on here then
Does this come with a free guide on how to look down on other counties?
littlejimmy6 m ago

I see Keith Lemon posts on here then


He's a Yorkshireman
Voted hot!
Is 'gander' Yorkshire rhyming slang?
yoshiiiii2 h, 4 m ago

Born, bred and live in Pontefract - how much Yorkshire dust tha need?

Dust? #fakeyorkshireman
Why cold??? This is a cracking deal especially if you're near a Poundstretcher who are selling them at £1.99. Heat added.
loopz2 h, 3 m ago

Pontecarlo is in the USA isn't it?



You're getting confused with Cas Vegas.
These packs are currently £1.44 in Co-op stores. Link.
Heat for the post, love Yorkshire tea and the accent.
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***migavupe*** don't be so morose, yoshiiiii posted a good offer that should be available to every one.
The offer with cash back just undercuts Tesco 240s, as on their website

a bit of ridicule never hurt any one
deleted18782217th Aug 2017

***migavupe*** don't be so morose, yoshiiiii posted a good offer that …***migavupe*** don't be so morose, yoshiiiii posted a good offer that should be available to every one.The offer with cash back just undercuts Tesco 240s, as on their websitea bit of ridicule never hurt any one

Learn to use quotes and then get back to me, I'll see it then.
esudl3 h, 54 m ago

Does this come with a free guide on how to look down on other counties?


Think you might be confusing Yorkshire with London - self-proclaimed centre of the known Universe.
Need to get us teabags, thanks! Also, I never knew that about the receipt on tcb, TY
migavupe3 h, 36 m ago

Dust? #fakeyorkshireman


If we assume that the expression is an abbreviation for "does thee" or something similar, how would you express it in writing - would it be "does't" or maybe "duz't"?
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deleted187822
***migavupe*** I'll make the same effort to use quotes properly as you do to be happy, face ache
Hey yoshiiiiii its a good job uz Yorkshire folk speaks the queens English tha noz what I mean me owed fruit cake ,and I hope u not eating all them pontefract cakes
yoshiiiii17th Aug 2017

If we assume that the expression is an abbreviation for "does thee" or …If we assume that the expression is an abbreviation for "does thee" or something similar, how would you express it in writing - would it be "does't" or maybe "duz't"?


Duz, no "T"
deleted18782217th Aug 2017

***migavupe*** I'll make the same effort to use quotes properly as you …***migavupe*** I'll make the same effort to use quotes properly as you do to be happy, face ache


I like how you are taking this all serious.
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