New Covent Garden Soup: Skinny Souper Green with Italian Basil Pesto/Lebanese Carrot With Seeds (700g) £2.35 or £1.15 (£1.20 cashback from Shopitize app after entering code 14SOUP in the Vouchers tab) @ Tesco
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New Covent Garden Soup: Skinny Souper Green with Italian Basil Pesto/Lebanese Carrot With Seeds (700g) £2.35 or £1.15 (£1.20 cashback from Shopitize app after entering code 14SOUP in the Vouchers tab) @ Tesco

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Found 31st Jul 2014
On the shopitize app enter the code 14SOUP on the vouchers tab and purchase both the items mentioned above to claim your £1.20 cashback to effectively pay just £1.15 for either of these products.

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Dont really like soup, not a bad price though. Heat added for price!

Watch out The Shopitize offer is for 700g. Says so in very big typeface. App should validate bar code anyway.. (I always do that at the store shelf.)

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mk-donald

Watch out The Shopitize offer is for 700g. Says so in very big typeface. … Watch out The Shopitize offer is for 700g. Says so in very big typeface. App should validate bar code anyway.. (I always do that at the store shelf.)



Don't know how I missed that, must be blind lol

it's 1.98 in my asda got one yesterday

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mc_stylist

it's 1.98 in my asda got one yesterday



Be careful, the app states 700g to claim £1.20 cashback (I made that mistake when I thought it said 600g not 700g), the one you purchased yesterday might have been 600g, if you manage to claim your cashback for the 600g then let us know

Hi you can try scanning the 700g in shops then upload the original receipt, this usually works for me worth a try

preparationiskey

Don't know how I missed that, must be blind lol




I think I'm blind too Lol.

Yep fraid that it is only the 700g - tried scanning the one in Waitrose (ie 600g) and it got rejected as wrong product

It may well only be Tesco who have that size - so rather a frustrating Shopitize promotion - hopefully they weren't cynically hoping people would buy 600g and only find out it was wrong product at home when came to Shopitize'ing.

[Having been caught out once with a 100% legitimate product that wouldn't get barcode recognition, I now check my barcodes in store BEFORE buying just to be sure. Incidentally Shopitize DID in that instance correct their database to validate my purchase but it took me way too much hassle for a few pence and photographs of the the product showing it was as per promo despite 'wrong' barcode etc.]
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