Persil Non bio powder £2.20 with online printable coupon @ Tesco, making this a little under 10p per wash
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Persil Non bio powder £2.20 with online printable coupon @ Tesco, making this a little under 10p per wash

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Found 28th Sep 2011
Tesco currently have Persil half the price of their major competitors and with the free online printable coupon to use, this gives almost another third off the already discounted price. Vouchers are accepted, Ive used already. Here are a couple of useful links for anyone interested.

mumplusone.com/ima…pdf

mysupermarket.co.uk/tes…tml
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same coupon comfort conditioner was £3.30 now £1.25 thanks!!!!
tourneyman

same coupon comfort conditioner was £3.30 now £1.25 thanks!!!!


No problemo. Ive printed off a fair few of these in anticipation of better price cuts elsewhere, as the coupons are valid until the end of feb 2012 so plenty of time to use as and when.
Wiliamshakesbeer

No problemo. Ive printed off a fair few of these in anticipation of … No problemo. Ive printed off a fair few of these in anticipation of better price cuts elsewhere, as the coupons are valid until the end of feb 2012 so plenty of time to use as and when.



To be honest 1.5litre concentrate of Comfort Pure for £1.25 is as good as it will get -fill yer boots time!!
tourneyman

To be honest 1.5litre concentrate of Comfort Pure for £1.25 is as good as … To be honest 1.5litre concentrate of Comfort Pure for £1.25 is as good as it will get -fill yer boots time!!


Mmmm. maybe your right....back to tescos AGAIN! Lol.
Awesome, thanks! Have saved a load of the vouchers!
where can I get the link for the £1 off persil Non Bio at Tesco please
lesleyroyles

where can I get the link for the £1 off persil Non Bio at Tesco please



In the top post.
many thanks
Nice post. Anything that gets the washing powder down under the 10p per wash is a good find. There just seems to be something about that figure. Wonder how long 'til there's a washing powder shortage, and we end up getting charged over £6 per gallon (I mean wash!). X)
Good one. Thanks.
It was using multiple copies of Unilever Coupons that got a woman cautioned by police in Sainsburys recently, mentioned in the news this week...
dailymail.co.uk/mon…tml
thisismoney.co.uk/mon…tml

Looks like Tesco and Sainsburys are getting hotter over the use of coupons now, unless this is just scaremongering by the media.
james4809

It was using multiple copies of Unilever Coupons that got a woman … It was using multiple copies of Unilever Coupons that got a woman cautioned by police in Sainsburys recently, mentioned in the news this week...http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/news/article-2042303/Supermarkets-crack-voucher-fraud.htmlhttp://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/news/article-2041963/Money-vouchers-crackdown-Shoppers-face-convictions-abusing-Tesco-Clubcard-Sainsbury-deals.htmlLooks like Tesco and Sainsburys are getting hotter over the use of coupons now, unless this is just scaremongering by the media.


Ok. Firstly I appreciate the info you have shared with the forum in case anyone is planning on defrauding which is obviously taking place and I dont condone that kind of behaviour. However, I have been careful to read the t's & c's of the voucher and fail to see how this could be misconstrude as fraudulent behaviour. It clearly states one voucher per item not per transaction or per customer. I know they do not accept photocopies of vouchers and that they must be printed not photocopied. I used a manned checkout was screened by a supervisor who could (apparently) tell they were printed not photocopied. Maybe someone can elaborate on that one because the vouchers are not in colour, but black and white and could be photocopied, but were not? I cannot see how you can possibly be accused of fraud when there is no reference to the amount you are able to print off? These examples you have posted, I think refer to using multiple copies of ones intended for single use. If I got it wrong, so did the tesco cashier and so did the supervisor? Please someone, put me right with a valid reason why these vouchers used this way is somehow against the rules. I am somewhat confused and this post will only lead to people being scared of attempting to use what I consider to be completely legitimate way to get a good deal.
cheers ears
This could not have come at a better time, just about to leave house to buy some persil as i have ran out, fingers crossed they have some left. x
I must be having a blonde moment - I cannot see the link to print the voucher - anyone help?
Can anyone who has used the vouchers clarify if it is okay to hand over just the coupons on the right hand side, as opposed to handing over the whole A4 page?
If we have to use the whole page each time it will use up a lot of ink!

TIA
good deal
Wiliamshakesbeer

Mmmm. maybe your right....back to tescos AGAIN! Lol.



Im pretty sure ASDA have the 3L comfort down to £3. If you use the 75p voucher, thats £2.25 for 3 litres... which evers closest.
Wiliamshakesbeer

Ok. Firstly I appreciate the info you have shared with the forum in case … Ok. Firstly I appreciate the info you have shared with the forum in case anyone is planning on defrauding which is obviously taking place and I dont condone that kind of behaviour. However, I have been careful to read the t's & c's of the voucher and fail to see how this could be misconstrude as fraudulent behaviour. It clearly states one voucher per item not per transaction or per customer. I know they do not accept photocopies of vouchers and that they must be printed not photocopied. I used a manned checkout was screened by a supervisor who could (apparently) tell they were printed not photocopied. Maybe someone can elaborate on that one because the vouchers are not in colour, but black and white and could be photocopied, but were not? I cannot see how you can possibly be accused of fraud when there is no reference to the amount you are able to print off? These examples you have posted, I think refer to using multiple copies of ones intended for single use. If I got it wrong, so did the tesco cashier and so did the supervisor? Please someone, put me right with a valid reason why these vouchers used this way is somehow against the rules. I am somewhat confused and this post will only lead to people being scared of attempting to use what I consider to be completely legitimate way to get a good deal.



My local Tesco refused to accept it. I called "Persil" and they said it should not be downloaded and used. It may be rejected and retailers may not get the money.
Common Sense

My local Tesco refused to accept it. I called "Persil" and they said it … My local Tesco refused to accept it. I called "Persil" and they said it should not be downloaded and used. It may be rejected and retailers may not get the money.


Is this some sort of a wind up? Whats the point of it being there if you cant use it?
Wiliamshakesbeer

[Is this some sort of a wind up? Whats the point of it being there if you … [Is this some sort of a wind up? Whats the point of it being there if you cant use it?



I suspect this has been scanned from a magazine and uploaded.
May be only originals are permitted.
Now the market is flooded and Persil is unhappy.

I am not sure. Contact Persil: persil.com

I have just used the vouchers at Tesco in Whitehaven and they were accepted no problem. To the poster who asked if it is okay to use just the right hand side where the vouchers are located - yes. I tore them off and handed them over.
Cheers. Works a treat.
sorry i cant find voucher
Top deal... 10 bottles of non-bio wash for £22 instead of £64 and comfort pure, 5 bottles £1.25 each.
can put through all at once then scan all vouchers
Have just tried to use the voucher at Tesco Ricoh arena Coventry and they were refused as they do not have the Unilever logo on them.Spoke to one of Tesco's team leaders and they said they have been instructed not to accept them.
Get them to just scan them as they sure as heck work and must have been loaded into the system at head office no?
well done
Went and bought three packets of detergent this evening, only discovered when I'd left the store that the assistant had scanned *both* the £1 off for powder and 75p off for conditioner (I'd have thought their system should have cheched for *both* products if that was the case) - so in effect I got the powder for £1.45 each!- will stick two twenty five in the next charity box I pass
Firstly, many thanks OP. I have 4 kids and the amount of washing I do is frightening!

I've just read the t & c's on the coupon - looks like you should be able to use as many as you want in 1 transaction per item purchased.

Only one coupon may be used against each item purchased at participating stores only.
last day today
cameronjac

last day today


For tesco deal but not for the voucher. May come on offer elsewhere so dont give up on this totally just yet hey.
Edited by: "Wiliamshakesbeer" 12th Oct 2011
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