Now here's a moral dilemma for you. 1000 nectar points for buying 1 copy of the daily mail. May be account specific
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Now here's a moral dilemma for you. 1000 nectar points for buying 1 copy of the daily mail. May be account specific

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Found 11th Jan
I think I might even vote this cold but hey this is about deals and not ethics right?

1,000 bonus points when you buy a copy of the Daily Mail or The Mail on Sunday.
1 Click 'Find out more' to join MyMail, then link your MyMail and Nectar accounts

2 Buy a copy of the Daily Mail or The Mail on Sunday

3 Enter the Unique Number printed on the back page of the paper into your MyMail account between 11 and 17 January 2018

4 Points will be issued within 30 business days
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No moral dilemma, not a chance of me buying it, they could offer 1,000,000 points and it's still no!
Heat for description lol
1000 points worth £5. So would I be prepared for mind to be trashed if someone paid me a fiver, no thanks... Having said so i don't need to read the paper and chuck in the bin asap... but i'd still end up supporting that newspaper.. so guess the real question is would i pay £1.50 to daily mail if someone paid me a fiver.. still no thanks

Thanks for sharing nonetheless
Nope. I like Andrex, less scratchy.
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No moral dilemma, not a chance of me buying it, they could offer 1,000,000 points and it's still no!
Heat for description lol
1000 points worth £5. So would I be prepared for mind to be trashed if someone paid me a fiver, no thanks... Having said so i don't need to read the paper and chuck in the bin asap... but i'd still end up supporting that newspaper.. so guess the real question is would i pay £1.50 to daily mail if someone paid me a fiver.. still no thanks

Thanks for sharing nonetheless
Nope. I like Andrex, less scratchy.
voicon2 m ago

No moral dilemma, not a chance of me buying it, they could offer 1,000,000 …No moral dilemma, not a chance of me buying it, they could offer 1,000,000 points and it's still no!


So you wouldn't buy 1 copy if they offered you 5 grand? That's some morals you have there.
Original Poster
I did think about just picking up a copy and photographing the number and not buying it. But that seems immoral!
As long as you burn the paper afterwards, this deal is otherwise questionably hot.
Edited by: "reindeer333" 11th Jan
Richard_Richard1 m ago

So you wouldn't buy 1 copy if they offered you 5 grand? That's some morals …So you wouldn't buy 1 copy if they offered you 5 grand? That's some morals you have there.


Thanks
I hope some virgin rail passengers buy copies and leave them scattered all over that pompous gits train seats.
voicon2 m ago

Thanks


Original Poster
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Don’t have this on my account but new ones for me are 100 points on next shop and 150 points for buying a 4 pack of Carling
Spend some money at Waitrose and it's free.
I value my morality at more than £5.

£10, at least!
I don't understand all the vitriol... whichever company you buy something from had got questionable morals and dubious history. .... VW (lots of deals posted here for them) , Apple (lots of deals posted here for them - find me one that's voted cold!) and many more besides. Instead of everyone jumping on the Daily Mail 'hate wagon because it's fashionable' , here's a novel idea... vote on the deal.



Get your tar and feathers out now guys...
mrty7 m ago

Instead of everyone jumping on the Daily Mail 'hate wagon because it's …Instead of everyone jumping on the Daily Mail 'hate wagon because it's fashionable'


Not sure you can term the DM hate as fashionable when the time period is measured not in months but decades?
Edited by: "jazid" 11th Jan
Good deal, awful paper but good deal.
Nasty, nasty paper. No thanks.
Meh, no moral dilemma at all.

Every one of us engages with companies that struggle with morality and many are far worse than the Daily Mail.
If the code is on the back page, do you even need to buy the paper? just flip one over in a shop and snap a photo
jazid23 m ago

Not sure you can term the DM hate as fashionable when the time period is …Not sure you can term the DM hate as fashionable when the time period is measured not in months but decades?


Ok, traditional then...Maybe...but definitely a bandwagon that people jump on without understanding the reason they are doing it - following others blindly, or fashionable!
mrty50 m ago

I don't understand all the vitriol... whichever company you buy something …I don't understand all the vitriol... whichever company you buy something from had got questionable morals and dubious history. .... VW (lots of deals posted here for them) , Apple (lots of deals posted here for them - find me one that's voted cold!) and many more besides. Instead of everyone jumping on the Daily Mail 'hate wagon because it's fashionable' , here's a novel idea... vote on the deal. Get your tar and feathers out now guys...


There are many companies with questionable ethics I agree. However the DM openly spreads misinformation and subtly (and sometimes not so subtly) promotes racial division.

They 'champion' British sovereignty except when it doesn't suit their narrative, all the while managing all their tax affairs offshore.
Edited by: "Trane" 11th Jan
Definitely "fashionable" to bash the Daily Mail. I've noticed increasing hate comments these last couple of years. Decades? Never heard anything bad a decade or more ago. As a long time Daily Mail reader during my commutes (mainly for the crossword) I would appreciate being pointed in the direction of a suitably "safe" newspaper as a replacement...
How do all these people know how bad the daily mail is without reading it. Typical liberal reasoning where they are right and if you don’t agree with them they throw the toys out of the pram.
Let's remember that this is a deals site, not a political forum. Hot for the deal only.
Richard_Richard1 h, 35 m ago

So you wouldn't buy 1 copy if they offered you 5 grand? That's some morals …So you wouldn't buy 1 copy if they offered you 5 grand? That's some morals you have there.


That’s neither here nor there - but if that was the case then of course you would buy, anything to help them go bankrupt
Avkaan3 m ago

That’s neither here nor there - but if that was the case then of course y …That’s neither here nor there - but if that was the case then of course you would buy, anything to help them go bankrupt


It was a reply to someone saying even for 1mil of points they still wouldn't buy it, 1mil of points being worth £5000. I wouldn't bother for £5 but dare say it will appeal to some.
penguini20 m ago

How do all these people know how bad the daily mail is without reading it. …How do all these people know how bad the daily mail is without reading it. Typical liberal reasoning where they are right and if you don’t agree with them they throw the toys out of the pram.


It says on Twitter its bad so it must be bad.
penguini22 m ago

How do all these people know how bad the daily mail is without reading it. …How do all these people know how bad the daily mail is without reading it. Typical liberal reasoning where they are right and if you don’t agree with them they throw the toys out of the pram.



Well, I have never paid for a copy, but when desperate, and there is NOTHING else to read at the hospital, etc.

Lets be honest, it is a stinking pile of fetid dingos kidneys; the editorial slant sticks out like a sore thumb, stories are always aligned with whatever the owners current pet hate is, and the integrity of its remaining writers is extremely suspect.

The owners appear to be fascists who do not believe in, or obey the rule of law, unless it is in their favour.

Of course, much the same can be said for the owners of most of the "popular" daily rags these days.

(Confession - Private Eye reader).
I have no morals, still won't buy this, cold
I guess you could use it to buy this Sunday's and get 1000 Nectar points and an Airfix Spitfire Model
There is a way to view this as a public service.

Papers make money off advertisers. The cover price is more to pay the retailer, printer and distribution network.

So if you buy this, little goes to the DM but other benefit.
The kicker is advertisers get charged more the higher circulation numbers are. So if we all keep buying the paper, binning it and not viewing the adverts. What we really do is end up costing the idiots that really support the paper more money. All with no additional real readership, commercial gain or advertising footprint.
Quadrille58 m ago

Not about fashion, more about Fascism.Interestingly, the Metro is free, …Not about fashion, more about Fascism.Interestingly, the Metro is free, available pretty much everwhere for commuters, and doesn't publish lies and hate all the time.Don't know about the crossword.Oh and both are owned by ex pat non-dom tax avoiders who whine about tax avoiders. Go figure.[Image]


Completely disagree, The Metro is a decent paper but it's got plenty of lies and division. It just lies to a different group of people who find that angle acceptable.
uptwisting9 m ago

Completely disagree, The Metro is a decent paper but it's got plenty of …Completely disagree, The Metro is a decent paper but it's got plenty of lies and division. It just lies to a different group of people who find that angle acceptable.


Every newspaper twists a story or picks its stories on the viewpoint it wants to promote. Instead of demonising the Daily Mail, we really need to understand why its readers think the way it does and cure that. However it is far easier to create a hashtag on Twitter or retweet something on Twitter. Then you feel better about yourself and like you have done something. When you haven't, you have just annoyed Daily Mail readers a little bit and made them more passionate about their newspaper and the views they share with it.
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Having never bought a copy I listed this deal as £1.50. Just looked at price in supermarket. It's 65p.
Edited by: "Cycling_chum" 11th Jan
Get it free with Waitrose so will be putting the code in from there. Thanks(highfive)
Shame I don't have this in my Nectar account offers, as I'm happy to take the DM's cash.

The offer doesn't require reading their "news" stories - just chuck it straight in the recycling after entering the code (I occasionally have a flick through a copy in the library to have a laugh at how convoluted the twists on the facts have to be sometimes to fit with the editorial slant).
No sure what all the fuss is about. You only have to buy the paper, not marry it...
And by not buying it you are not changing anything cause you didn't buy it in the first place. It's a desperate measure from an ailing paper to boost numbers. Let them have their numbers and enjoy your points!
Edited by: "dribspak" 11th Jan
Guest9911451 h, 39 m ago

Every newspaper twists a story or picks its stories on the viewpoint it …Every newspaper twists a story or picks its stories on the viewpoint it wants to promote. Instead of demonising the Daily Mail, we really need to understand why its readers think the way it does and cure that. However it is far easier to create a hashtag on Twitter or retweet something on Twitter. Then you feel better about yourself and like you have done something. When you haven't, you have just annoyed Daily Mail readers a little bit and made them more passionate about their newspaper and the views they share with it.


Hear, hear!
uptwisting1 h, 52 m ago

Completely disagree, The Metro is a decent paper but it's got plenty of …Completely disagree, The Metro is a decent paper but it's got plenty of lies and division. It just lies to a different group of people who find that angle acceptable.


You may be right to some extent - I only pick it up for the crossword, and I haven't a clue what their particular politics is. I always had an impression they just liked z list celebs! Though I bet they aren't left of centre.
All papers lie, but there's no doubt who's the champion.
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