sainsburys grocery freebies and £18 off £60 spend for new accounts = a £27.65 saving!
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sainsburys grocery freebies and £18 off £60 spend for new accounts = a £27.65 saving!

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Found 12th Oct 2015
Spend £60 on groceries with Sainsburys to get £18 off (new customers only, but just use a new email address) using code AFFMSEFSPTM

Then get the following freebies using the codes at checkout:

Free light and juicy innocent fruit juice 900ml 3 flavours - FREEINNO

Free Philadelphia whipped 140g 3 flavours - FREEPHILLY

Free Tropicana essentials fruit and veg juice 850ml 3 flavours - FREETROP

Free Heinz cup a soup 3 flavours - FREEHSOUP

50p off any Ella's kitchen pouch - T50PELLAK

Free Schweppes sparkling juice 750ml 3 flavours - FREESCHWE

Free ripe and ready avocados - FREEAVOCA

All these can be found under the events and inspiration tab sainsburys.co.uk/sho…res
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does the code work on tu clothing ?
so are you saying that .. same card, same address, different e mail will work?
I only signed upto sainsburys delivery plan about two weeks ago, I wonder I these will work for me.
Sounds good! What's the delivery charge?
Placed an order yesterday with all these codes. Worth noting also that the Tropicana Essentials are 2 for £3 and the code takes £2.20 off meaning you get 2 bottles for 80p!
code is invalid if having it delivered after the 14th

Edited by: "studlee" 12th Oct 2015
Good old sainsburys bloody rip off
ordered, thanks
pinkprincess.kk

(new customers only, but just use a new email address)



Do not do this, you will be caught and banned. And you will be found again and again. They are starting to take this seriously as so many people are doing this.

Most people are unlikely to be that poverty stricken that they need to pretend to be a new customer again to get this deal. You mug yourself and everyone else off if you do, they just have to put the prices up, pay staff less and so on.


Edited by: "will3000" 12th Oct 2015
Good deal for new customers- might give it a try thanks
will3000

Do not do this, you will be caught and banned for life now. And you will … Do not do this, you will be caught and banned for life now. And you will be found again and again. They are starting to take this seriously as so many people are doing this.Most people are unlikely to be that poverty stricken that they need to pretend to be a new customer again to get this deal. You mug yourself and everyone else off if you do, they just have to put the prices up, pay staff less and so on.



I agree you should avoid doing this but I disagree that they will lower the salaries for it, Sainsbury's is doing just fine and the only one paying will be their profits and perhaps future first time customers when they cancel this deal.
Nexusfifth

I agree you should avoid doing this but I disagree that they will lower … I agree you should avoid doing this but I disagree that they will lower the salaries for it, Sainsbury's is doing just fine and the only one paying will be their profits and perhaps future first time customers when they cancel this deal.


Each year they analyze profits and decide how much to increase the wages by against inflation etc.
Edited by: "will3000" 12th Oct 2015
will3000

pay staff less and so on.



:D:D Sorry people someone has just made an email up for a delivery so we have to drop all your wages.... I don't think so
awilko

:D:D Sorry people someone has just made an email up for a delivery so we … :D:D Sorry people someone has just made an email up for a delivery so we have to drop all your wages.... I don't think so


It's dead simple, the scale this is done on is huge and actually costing a lot. You defraud them, their profits suffer and the knock on effects are easy to think up... Lower staffing budget, supplier cost's, quality and so on.

Plus it stops them wanting to do deals like this.

Aside from that, it's a bit scummy anyway.


Edited by: "will3000" 12th Oct 2015

Terms don't state that its illegal. Its at their discretion if they want to do this. Like facebook, if the customer is being compliant and not breaking any rules, than its okay, depending on your morality. As for Sainsburys, telegraph.co.uk/new…tml



will3000

Do not do this, you will be caught and banned. And you will be found … Do not do this, you will be caught and banned. And you will be found again and again. They are starting to take this seriously as so many people are doing this.Most people are unlikely to be that poverty stricken that they need to pretend to be a new customer again to get this deal. You mug yourself and everyone else off if you do, they just have to put the prices up, pay staff less and so on.

£18 code expired apparently oO
Soup one only takes £1 off ?
will3000

Do not do this, you will be caught and banned. And you will be found … Do not do this, you will be caught and banned. And you will be found again and again. They are starting to take this seriously as so many people are doing this.Most people are unlikely to be that poverty stricken that they need to pretend to be a new customer again to get this deal. You mug yourself and everyone else off if you do, they just have to put the prices up, pay staff less and so on.




Had free Amazon Prime for the past 2 years by making new emails, I'm also a new Tesco customer every week, must have saved well over 2K by now

I guess you could say.

Every

Little

Helps.

unclejim27

so are you saying that .. same card, same address, different e mail will … so are you saying that .. same card, same address, different e mail will work?



​that is correct!
anigan

Sounds good! What's the delivery charge?



​depends on what time slot you choose. mine was £1
Sweetcorn12

Terms don't state that its illegal. Its at their discretion if they want … Terms don't state that its illegal. Its at their discretion if they want to do this. Like facebook, if the customer is being compliant and not breaking any rules, than its okay, depending on your morality. As for Sainsburys, http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/shopping-and-consumer-news/11915704/Sainsburys-uses-legal-loophole-to-keep-part-of-new-5p-charity-charge-for-plastic-bags.html




It states ''For fist time customers only' just think about it. It is not rocket science.
will3000

Do not do this, you will be caught and banned. And you will be found … Do not do this, you will be caught and banned. And you will be found again and again. They are starting to take this seriously as so many people are doing this.Most people are unlikely to be that poverty stricken that they need to pretend to be a new customer again to get this deal. You mug yourself and everyone else off if you do, they just have to put the prices up, pay staff less and so on.



​ive done it many times, not had the popos round yet, think I will sleep tonight.
codes dont seem to work for me.genuine new customer oO
benjammin316

Had free Amazon Prime for the past 2 years by making new emails, I'm also … Had free Amazon Prime for the past 2 years by making new emails, I'm also a new Tesco customer every week, must have saved well over 2K by now 8)I guess you could say. EveryLittleHelps.



Is that something to be proud of really? Surprised the Tesco driver doesn't notice and flag it or something.
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will3000

Is that something to be proud of really? Surprised the Tesco driver … Is that something to be proud of really? Surprised the Tesco driver doesn't notice and flag it or something.



​our sainsburys driver smiles every time he turns up at our house with a new customer delivery. Been doing it for years now. he says loads of people do it - if sainsburys allow it, more fool them was his opinion.
will3000

It states ''For fist time customers only' just think about it. It is not … It states ''For fist time customers only' just think about it. It is not rocket science.



What goes around, comes around. There is saving money the right way and saving money the wrong way. Do it the right way and the universe will do right by you. It isn't rocket science. For anyone who misses the point, you can break the rules but don't expect everyone else to follow the rules for your benefit. My 2p worth.
will3000

It's dead simple, the scale this is done on is huge and actually … It's dead simple, the scale this is done on is huge and actually costing a lot. You defraud them, their profits suffer and the knock on effects are easy to think up... Lower staffing budget, supplier cost's, quality and so on. Plus it stops them wanting to do deals like this.Aside from that, it's a bit scummy anyway.



​bit personal will3000. think we are all here for the same reason - to save some moolah. can think of a lot scummier things to do besides making some savings against a multi million pound grocery giant
will3000

Is that something to be proud of really? Surprised the Tesco driver … Is that something to be proud of really? Surprised the Tesco driver doesn't notice and flag it or something.




w/e bro, don't have to explain myself to you, I'll carry on enjoying my cheap groceries and free Prime, you keep on preaching my man.

Every new email address is a new first time customer!!!

will3000

It states ''For fist time customers only' just think about it. It is not … It states ''For fist time customers only' just think about it. It is not rocket science.


Just setup 10 new email addresses to sell on EBAY.
Ok sure, it doesn't seem like many look past their own noses, but no big deal.

logic.

Sweetcorn12

Every new email address is a new first time customer!!![quote=will3000]






Edited by: "will3000" 12th Oct 2015
will3000

Ok sure, it doesn't seem like many look past their own noses, but no big … Ok sure, it doesn't seem like many look past their own noses, but no big deal.



I wouldn't have more than one account either.

However all my pet's have human sounding names so they all have accounts at Sainsburys/Tesco/Asda. My dog has over 2,000 clubcard points this quarter.
will3000

Ok sure, it doesn't seem like many look past their own noses, but no big … Ok sure, it doesn't seem like many look past their own noses, but no big deal.


Don't think sainsbury will be going bankrupt any time soon. Take a chill pill. If you aren't here to save money go and do some ironing or something. The rest of us are here for deals
will3000

logic.


Main point for me is that all large companies put the interest of the shareholders first, customers second. They employ lots of people who help them to ensure that the interests of the company are looked after, eg Facebook, I have no doubt Sainsburys will employ a lot of professional advisers who ensure they pay minimal tax.
Edited by: "Sweetcorn12" 12th Oct 2015
will3000

Do not do this, you will be caught and banned. And you will be found … Do not do this, you will be caught and banned. And you will be found again and again. They are starting to take this seriously as so many people are doing this.Most people are unlikely to be that poverty stricken that they need to pretend to be a new customer again to get this deal. You mug yourself and everyone else off if you do, they just have to put the prices up, pay staff less and so on.

CLOWN!
any way round being charge for bags??
will3000

Is that something to be proud of really? Surprised the Tesco driver … Is that something to be proud of really? Surprised the Tesco driver doesn't notice and flag it or something.

I am the Tesco Driver!
unclejim27

so are you saying that .. same card, same address, different e mail will … so are you saying that .. same card, same address, different e mail will work?



​yes. I have 3 lol
my delivery driver smiles also n says everyone is doing this. Plus if they gave existing customers deals we wouldn't have to set up a new email addy to get discounts!!!
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