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NEW CUSTOMERS. £40 giftcard at Waitrose or John Lewis after two £100 pound shops at Waitrose by December 4th.
NEW CUSTOMERS. £40 giftcard at Waitrose or John Lewis after two £100 pound shops at Waitrose by December 4th.

NEW CUSTOMERS. £40 giftcard at Waitrose or John Lewis after two £100 pound shops at Waitrose by December 4th.

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£40 giftcard at Waitrose or John Lewis after two £100 pound shops at Waitrose by December 4th. FOR NEW CUSTOMERS ONLY.

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Are alcohol purchases allowed in the £100?

Needs to be added--
This is new customers only

Hotness

Can this be used in conjunction with other offers?

Easy to spend £100 at Waitrose. A 4pk of baked beans, a box of teabags and a tube of toothpaste. Total £100... (_;)

Turnip

Easy to spend £100 at Waitrose. A 4pk of baked beans, a box of teabags … Easy to spend £100 at Waitrose. A 4pk of baked beans, a box of teabags and a tube of toothpaste. Total £100... (_;)



4pk of natural goodness gently smoked hint of gold fragranced (for the next day) baked beans £45

Passed through (the brand refers to the lemur digested nature of this product) loose leaf tea, bagged in Peruvian caterpillar silk extruded enclosures for convenience, £50.

Colgate toothpaste, £5

Done

20 percent back isn't bad. I'd prefer discount up front though
Heat anyway

Enough cashback to get a swan grinder...

Challenge yourself to buy at Aldi or Lidl and enjoy the savings

IamWill

4pk of natural goodness gently smoked hint of gold fragranced (for the … 4pk of natural goodness gently smoked hint of gold fragranced (for the next day) baked beans £45Passed through (the brand refers to the lemur digested nature of this product) loose leaf tea, bagged in Peruvian caterpillar silk extruded enclosures for convenience, £50.Colgate toothpaste, £5Done



See I was right!

vwblack

Challenge yourself to buy at Aldi or Lidl and enjoy the savings



I prefer food that doesn't taste of plastic

We have a Partnership credit card and always spend on it, you get cashback as vouchers, just recieved £35 worth in the post.

Given the high prices at Waitrose this deal leaves you no better off than just doing two shops at any of the other big supermarkets where you can probably get the £100 of goods for £80 or less.

I'm happy mixing it up with the plebs at Aldi.

Pretty permanent £5-£10 for Waitrose at Quidco or TCB too - my two orders tracked at £10 (for first/new customer purchase) and £4 (for second purchase).

Also worth noting that John Lewis and Waitrose are the only supermarket which allow their gift cards/vouchers to be redeemed online when ordering delivery - and these are available at a discount to quite a lot of people through their employers' partner schemes - mine sells £100 Waitrose vouchers for a bit under £95.

You can "choose your offers" at Waitrose too, obviously most stuff eligible is waaay overpriced but there is the odd thing that's competitive.

Receipt for second delivery had a note that I'd qualified for the £40 card.

So I reckon I've paid £140 for £200 of Waitrose stuff.

That's still crap compared to Lidl for ordinary groceries, but if you pick what you order carefully then you can save good money at this. They are, for example, competitive for spirits and for some "branded" stuff (marmite...) even before any offers.

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franconormand

Needs to be added-- This is new customers only


Ta. Done.

I buy at Waitrose sometimes. At the moment they are giving me £8 off £40 vouchers at the checkout.

It's not a cheap shop overall but there are ways of getting very good value you need to get a waitrose loyalty card.

Free coffee and newspaper if you spend £10 or over.
You can select 20% off about 10 items using mywaitrose youroffers. It's only a subset but can combine it with other offers if you are careful.
Often many reductions in store.
Essential range overs good value.
Normal great offers to entice customers like any other supermarket.

What you don't do is go in and buy their normal mid range or high quality stuff or branded goods at normal price. So if your the type of person who makes a list and just goes in for those products its not for you. If you shop open to trying different stuff for meals based on offers etc then it can be great value.

In a way this has the same limitation as Lidl and Aldi in that the range is limited. Here the range is limited because you simply won't pay the price of some of their goods. For me Lidl is limited (don't have aldi) because the range is slightly limited and some products I find very poor quality.

I tend to only go to Waitrose when I have a voucher or I'm spending just over £10 so I get the free paper and coffee.


donkey_spotter

I prefer food that doesn't taste of plastic


You do know that you're supposed to take the packaging off first right?
Edited by: "jamesakabob" 30th Oct 2016

does this include baby milk formula?
Edited by: "cw018666" 30th Oct 2016

Thanks op

Banned

20% off shop is very good

I do use Aldi and Lidl but I can't rely on it for all shopping. It's good to go in there and pick out the good stuff and the real value and leave the rubbish behind (and I've picked up some REALLY BAD stuff in Aldi and Lidl as well as some really good stuff). I can then go to the other supermarkets (Waitrose included) and cherry pick the good stuff and the stuff I can't get elsewhere. I'd never get near £100 in Waitrose though.

Heat added, because £40 in John Lewis would come in handy for a christmas item.

Demps

20% off shop is very good



You'll get yourself banned with comments like that!
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