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News Of The World Voucher for £5 off a £30 Spend INSTORE @ Tesco is Back this Sunday! 27/07/08
News Of The World Voucher for £5 off a £30 Spend INSTORE @ Tesco is Back this Sunday! 27/07/08

News Of The World Voucher for £5 off a £30 Spend INSTORE @ Tesco is Back this Sunday! 27/07/08

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Just a heads up, as i've just had this in an email to say that the £5 voucher is back again this Sunday! I've only linked to the Tesco website as I can't see any mention of it on their site
Don't miss another money-saving opportunity from News of the World and Tesco

We're teaming up with Tesco once again to bring you £5 off your weekly shop at Britain's favourite supermarket! Don't miss your coupon this Sunday saving you £5 when you spend £30 at Tesco.
Don't forget, when you shop at Tesco you can save even more by collecting Clubcard Points to save money on future shopping bills or days out for the family.

62 Comments

Is this not classified as a "voucher" deal?

can anyone confirm if this is right: if you make a £90 spend you can use 3 vouchers?

nono2522;2603913

can anyone confirm if this is right: if you make a £90 spend you can use … can anyone confirm if this is right: if you make a £90 spend you can use 3 vouchers?



No its usually only one voucher per transaction.

Zed

Shambles;2603900

Is this not classified as a "voucher" deal?



No...

OK in deals being a heads up & no voucher is provided as such here

nono2522;2603913

can anyone confirm if this is right: if you make a £90 spend you can use … can anyone confirm if this is right: if you make a £90 spend you can use 3 vouchers?



On the previous occasions that it ran it was always the case that you had to use them per £30+ spend. So just get the checkout person to stop whenever you lot reaches over £30, pay for it, and do another transaction :thumbsup:

This is great news. I will pick up my NotW, dressed as Max Mosley, on Sunday morning; and head straight to Tesco to spend on German-speaking ladies.

musicals;2603950

This is great news. I will pick up my NotW, dressed as Max Mosley, on … This is great news. I will pick up my NotW, dressed as Max Mosley, on Sunday morning; and head straight to Tesco to spend on German-speaking ladies.



careful or he will sue you:-D

No mention on their website..BUT... FREE halloween stuff from Asda :thumbsup:
newsoftheworld.co.uk/pum…tml
With the excitement of Halloween almost upon us again, News of the World has teamed up with our friends at ASDA to give every reader FREE Halloween treats! Every reader will be able to choose one of these great Halloween treats – absolutely FREE!

Get your hands on:

a FREE large pumpkin
or
a FREE trick or treat bag with a built-in torch
or
a FREE sparkling light up ghost
or
a FREE spooky staff
or
a FREE glow-in-the-dark spooky mask
or
a FREE plush spider or devil toy

Get into the Halloween spirit with this spook-tacular give-away - simply take your voucher from this Sunday’s News of the World to any ASDA store.

ASDA have also come up with some superb ideas to help you enjoy Halloween this year. From frightening fangs to side splitting games to amazing spooky costumes for kids and adults, with ASDA you can look forward to your best Halloween ever. Head down to your nearest ASDA to see what’s in store – CLICK HERE

**not available in ROI**

Terms & conditions apply

http://www.newsoftheworld.co.uk/images/homepage/pumpkin_header.jpg

Is it Hallowe'en or April Fool's Day?

Perhaps every day is Hallowe'en at Asda....

personally i think £5 is a small price to pay to not buy the News of the World...

Original Poster

Cuddy;2603945

On the previous occasions that it ran it was always the case that you had … On the previous occasions that it ran it was always the case that you had to use them per £30+ spend. So just get the checkout person to stop whenever you lot reaches over £30, pay for it, and do another transaction :thumbsup:


Thats what I did :thumbsup:

Thankyou! Even though I hate NOTW - I will buy a couple of copies to save money! Heat & rep added :thumbsup:

Thanks, heat & rep left

i dont live near a tesco, but id like to keep it for my next visit, can anybody tell me when this voucher expires?

Mightymoosie;2604250

I will buy a couple of copies to save money!



Just be aware that the vouchers usually only last a week so don't buy too many

Mightymoosie;2604250

Thankyou! Even though I hate NOTW - I will buy a couple of copies to … Thankyou! Even though I hate NOTW - I will buy a couple of copies to save money! Heat & rep added :thumbsup:



If it's the same as before, the vouchers are re-usable, so why buy two?

How can the vouchers be reusable, surely you have to hand over the vouchers to the cashier?:?

Cuddy;2604472

Just be aware that the vouchers usually only last a week so don't buy too … Just be aware that the vouchers usually only last a week so don't buy too many



Yep, I'm fine with this - I buy around £60 worth in 2 lots. I bought loads of Sun's last time they did this for family and friends (although it was a tad embarrassing as I hate both The Sun and NOTW!) :whistling:

Just found this on the NOTW website!

DUE to popular demand we have teamed up with Tesco for a third week in a row, offering readers another amazing £5 off when you spend £30 at Tesco stores.
With inflation rising, an extra fiver off your bill makes a big difference, whether you're feeding the family or clothing the kids.

What's more, Tesco still have a fantastic sale on in both clothing and home departments.

And 3 for the price of 2 on school uniforms to give a little help with Back to School.

It's easy, simply spend £30 at Tesco, bring along the coupon in Sunday's News of the World and shrink your bill by £5.

[COLOR="Magenta"]Hurry as the coupon is valid until next Saturday, 5th July.[/COLOR]

And at Tesco, you can save even more by earning Clubcard Points, which can help you spend less on your next weekly shop or even your next family holiday.

This offer is exclusively available at Tesco, voted Britain's Favourite Supermarket four years in a row by Grocer magazine.

Terms and conditions apply.

shelias9;2604544

How can the vouchers be reusable, surely you have to hand over the … How can the vouchers be reusable, surely you have to hand over the vouchers to the cashier?:?


Not if you self scan

doberman;2604686

Not if you self scan



if you self scan you have to insert any vouchers you use. the screen does not allow you to do anything else until you do.

R O N N I E;2604694

if you self scan you have to insert any vouchers you use. the screen … if you self scan you have to insert any vouchers you use. the screen does not allow you to do anything else until you do.



It asks you to insert something but doesn't check what you actually insert.... You could accidentally put in an old receipt by mistake :whistling:

http://www.pitpass.com/images/headlines/people/2004maxmon400.jpg

Mightymoosie;2604642

Just found this on the NOTW website!It's easy, simply spend £30 at Tesco, … Just found this on the NOTW website!It's easy, simply spend £30 at Tesco, bring along the coupon in Sunday's News of the World and shrink your bill by £5. [COLOR="Magenta"]Hurry as the coupon is valid until next Saturday, 5th July.[/COLOR]And at Tesco, you can save even more by earning Clubcard Points, which can help you spend less on your next weekly shop or even your next family holiday.This offer is exclusively available at Tesco, voted Britain's Favourite Supermarket four years in a row by Grocer magazine.Terms and conditions apply.[/I]



5th July, should that be 3 August?

Mightymoosie;2604250

Thankyou! Even though I hate NOTW - I will buy a couple of copies to … Thankyou! Even though I hate NOTW - I will buy a couple of copies to save money! Heat & rep added :thumbsup:



Double value, £5 voucher AND bum fodder!!!:w00t:

be wicked if this covered petrol, doubtful though

How much is the News of the World?

my local tesco are doing free tea and biscuits when you spend over £30 (tetleys tea bags and cookies)

Mightymoosie;2604642

Just found this on the NOTW website!DUE to popular demand we have teamed … Just found this on the NOTW website!DUE to popular demand we have teamed up with Tesco for a third week in a row, offering readers another amazing £5 off when you spend £30 at Tesco stores.With inflation rising, an extra fiver off your bill makes a big difference, whether you're feeding the family or clothing the kids. What's more, Tesco still have a fantastic sale on in both clothing and home departments. And 3 for the price of 2 on school uniforms to give a little help with Back to School.It's easy, simply spend £30 at Tesco, bring along the coupon in Sunday's News of the World and shrink your bill by £5. [COLOR="Magenta"]Hurry as the coupon is valid until next Saturday, 5th July.[/COLOR]And at Tesco, you can save even more by earning Clubcard Points, which can help you spend less on your next weekly shop or even your next family holiday.This offer is exclusively available at Tesco, voted Britain's Favourite Supermarket four years in a row by Grocer magazine.Terms and conditions apply.

thanks so much for the information, will buy some of the disgusting rag and save some cash.

Brilliant! I can't believe how excited i can get by a £5 voucher (Sad!)

If you spend over £40 you will get an £8 voucher off your next spend of £40 as well. So you will get a fiver off this time and £8 off next. I have been doing this for the last 3 weeks...get a voucher every time and if you spend over £50 you get the petrol voucher too. It's brill if you need shopping anyway and you normally go to tesco's.

MoJo2171;2605642

If you spend over £40 you will get an £8 voucher off your next spend of £ … If you spend over £40 you will get an £8 voucher off your next spend of £40 as well. So you will get a fiver off this time and £8 off next. I have been doing this for the last 3 weeks...get a voucher every time and if you spend over £50 you get the petrol voucher too. It's brill if you need shopping anyway and you normally go to tesco's.



I spent over £50 last time but only got the 5p off petrol voucher.

How does the "spend £40 you will get an £8 voucher off" work? Please advise.

Thanks!

stphnstevey;2605120

How much is the News of the World?



95p :thumbsup:

effectively a £4.05 voucher and a weekly shopp rarely exceeds £20

Heat and Rep :-)

Karim786;2606226

effectively a £4.05 voucher and a weekly shopp rarely exceeds £20



well you can still buy stuff that you NEED ie toilet papers, kitchen foil, canned food etc etc to top up your weekly shopping above the £30 mark and get the effective £4.05 off.

Karim786;2606226

effectively a £4.05 voucher and a weekly shopp rarely exceeds £20



I wish my weekly shopping bill was less than £20. Used to be £40, now more like £60

It's a bit random that Asda are doing Halloween stuff in July :giggle:

Why is Haloween becoming such a big deal in the UK now, it never used to be.

Money Spinning;2608397

It's a bit random that Asda are doing Halloween stuff in July :giggle:Why … It's a bit random that Asda are doing Halloween stuff in July :giggle:Why is Haloween becoming such a big deal in the UK now, it never used to be.


Actually it used to be a really big deal in the pagan calendar, this lost favour and is now more of a fun and novelty celebration of mischief making

[COLOR=DimGray]History of name[/COLOR]

[COLOR=DimGray]The term Halloween (and its alternative rendering Hallowe'en) is shortened from All-hallow-even, as it is the eve of "All Hallows' Day",[7] which is now also known as All Saints' Day. It was a day of religious festivities in various northern European Pagan traditions,[4] until Popes Gregory III and Gregory IV moved the old Christian feast of All Saints' Day from May 13 (which had itself been the date of a pagan holiday, the Feast of the Lemures) to November 1. In the ninth century, the Church measured the day as starting at sunset, in accordance with the Florentine calendar. Although All Saints' Day is now considered to occur one day after Halloween, the two holidays were, at that time, celebrated on the same day. Liturgically, the Church traditionally celebrated that day as the Vigil of All Saints, and, until 1970, a day of fasting as well. Like other vigils, it was celebrated on the previous day if it fell on a Sunday, although secular celebrations of the holiday remained on the 31st. The Vigil was suppressed in 1955, but was later restored in the post-Vatican II calendar.[/COLOR]
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