Three New JTF 1 Penny Deals on Pot Noodles, Pepsi and 100 Jaffa Cakes -  minimum spend of £5
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Three New JTF 1 Penny Deals on Pot Noodles, Pepsi and 100 Jaffa Cakes - minimum spend of £5

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LocalFound 25th Jan
JFT continue to do their 1 penny deals just for signing up for their email flyer

25.01.18 - 28.01.18 Pot Noodles
30.01.18 - 04.02.18 2 Ltrs Pepsi
06.02.18 - 11.02.18 Box 100 Jaffa Cakes

There is a minimum spend of £5 in store to qualify and you need t show the email at the checkout to qualify. (Limited to 1 x 1p item per deal)

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Is the £5 spend a new rule? I had a couple of the 1p offers last year without having to buy anything else.
terriclarkfan2 m ago

Is the £5 spend a new rule? I had a couple of the 1p offers last year …Is the £5 spend a new rule? I had a couple of the 1p offers last year without having to buy anything else.


T+C's 1 voucher per customer redeemable when you spend £5 in store, subject to availability.
Does the 1p include VAT?
WTF is JTF?






(done for comic effect, we all know Google is a thing)
JTF? Never heard, but MAX 1 Per Customer.

I mean is there anyone who's not a regular who's actually considering going there for a free pepsi bottle? :)))
Edited by: "vladdy" 25th Jan
grex91014 h, 32 m ago

WTF is JTF?(done for comic effect, we all know Google is a thing)


I seem to have missed the comic effect?
"Pot Noodles"
Seriously?


The product is called "Pot Noodle".

I am surprised you did not write "Pepsis".
Common.Sense17 h, 33 m ago

"Pot Noodles"Seriously?The product is called "Pot Noodle".I am surprised …"Pot Noodles"Seriously?The product is called "Pot Noodle".I am surprised you did not write "Pepsis".


Being charitable, I would say the OP is maybe pluralising Pot Noodle as there are more than one of them available, so, instead of being pedantic, why not go and pluralise your deal count, Mr/Mrs/Ms one deal since 2009.
qbs4 m ago

Being charitable, I would say the OP is maybe pluralising Pot Noodle as …Being charitable, I would say the OP is maybe pluralising Pot Noodle as there are more than one of them available, so, instead of being pedantic, why not go and pluralise your deal count, Mr/Mrs/Ms one deal since 2009.



Oh dear, the Brits hate to accept when the are wrong and correct their error and move on. They love to attack and insult when they are wrong. Contributing does not mean just posting a deal. Most people realise this. I would say, "Pot Noddles" is just ignorance. Trade marks should not be used in such a manner.
Common.Sense9 m ago

Oh dear, the Brits hate to accept when the are wrong and correct their …Oh dear, the Brits hate to accept when the are wrong and correct their error and move on. They love to attack and insult when they are wrong. Contributing does not mean just posting a deal. Most people realise this. I would say, "Pot Noddles" is just ignorance. Trade marks should not be used in such a manner.


Are you saying you've never heard of anybody ask for 2 Coca Colas or 2 Big Macs or 2 Pepsis or 2 Pot Noodles or any of the numerous other pluralised brand names that I could list?
You could have a look at the Jaffa Cake box marked Jaffa Cakes, just so that pedants will realise the box has more than one Jaffa Cake inside.

Common sense is a perception rather than a reality. Now stop trying to monopolise ignorance.
qbs13 m ago

Are you saying you've never heard of anybody ask for 2 Coca Colas or 2 Big …Are you saying you've never heard of anybody ask for 2 Coca Colas or 2 Big Macs or 2 Pepsis or 2 Pot Noodles or any of the numerous other pluralised brand names that I could list? You could have a look at the Jaffa Cake box marked Jaffa Cakes, just so that pedants will realise the box has more than one Jaffa Cake inside.Common sense is a perception rather than a reality. Now stop trying to monopolise ignorance.



Have you ever heard people say, "haitch" or "I don't know nothing?"
These are both wrong. Just because ignorant people say things incorrectly, doesn't make them correct.
Common sense really!
Common.Sense46 m ago

Have you ever heard people say, "haitch" or "I don't know nothing?"These …Have you ever heard people say, "haitch" or "I don't know nothing?"These are both wrong. Just because ignorant people say things incorrectly, doesn't make them correct.Common sense really!


No response to plurals then. What a surprise. Common sense? Nonsense!

We weren't discussing mispronunciation, nor the abuse of the English language in general.

Get back to the original point re pluralisation. Defend your position or just admit you are wrong.
qbs16 m ago

No response to plurals then. What a surprise. Common sense? Nonsense! We …No response to plurals then. What a surprise. Common sense? Nonsense! We weren't discussing mispronunciation, nor the abuse of the English language in general.Get back to the original point re pluralisation. Defend your position or just admit you are wrong.


It is obvious from the above, the plurals are simply wrong. Go and do some research on how trade names should be used.
Then accept you are wrong.

Since a trade mark is not a noun, it should never be used in the plural form. (Incorrect: “Try our NOKIAs” or “Our NOKIAs are the best”. Correct: “Try our NOKIA mobile phones” or “Our NOKIA brand mobile phones are the best.”)

I love Pot Noodle noodles. (Incorrect: "I love Pot Noodles"). Pot Noodle is a trade mark.
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 26th Jan
Common.Sense51 m ago

It is obvious from the above, the plurals are simply wrong. Go and do some …It is obvious from the above, the plurals are simply wrong. Go and do some research on how trade names should be used.Then accept you are wrong.Since a trade mark is not a noun, it should never be used in the plural form. (Incorrect: “Try our NOKIAs” or “Our NOKIAs are the best”. Correct: “Try our NOKIA mobile phones” or “Our NOKIA brand mobile phones are the best.”)I love Pot Noodle noodles. (Incorrect: "I love Pot Noodles"). Pot Noodle is a trade mark.


What a load of pedantic cobblers.
qbs12 m ago

What a load of pedantic cobblers.


Oh dear, anger, but no acceptance you are wrong.`Typical person who cannot accept he is wrong, even when the evidence is in front of him.
The British education system for Joe Public is so poor.
Common.Sense54 m ago

Oh dear, anger, but no acceptance you are wrong.`Typical person who cannot …Oh dear, anger, but no acceptance you are wrong.`Typical person who cannot accept he is wrong, even when the evidence is in front of him.The British education system for Joe Public is so poor.


Anger? Where? Merely a statement of the obvious.

And you still haven't answered "Are you saying you've never heard of anybody ask for 2 Coca Colas or 2 Big Macs or 2 Pepsis or 2 Pot Noodles or any of the numerous other pluralised brand names that I could list?"

"The British education system for Joe Public is so poor." And you're walking proof.
qbs36 m ago

Anger? Where? Merely a statement of the obvious. And you still haven't …Anger? Where? Merely a statement of the obvious. And you still haven't answered "Are you saying you've never heard of anybody ask for 2 Coca Colas or 2 Big Macs or 2 Pepsis or 2 Pot Noodles or any of the numerous other pluralised brand names that I could list?""The British education system for Joe Public is so poor." And you're walking proof.



Demonstration of anger: "What a load of pedantic cobblers."
Yes, I have heard speak in such a manner, and such sentence construction is wrong. The speech is based upon ignorance.
It is incorrect to "pluralise" a brand name. What do you not understand?
I do not understand your point. Incorrect speech, by many, does not make it correct.
Common.Sense24 m ago

Demonstration of anger: "What a load of pedantic cobblers."Yes, I have …Demonstration of anger: "What a load of pedantic cobblers."Yes, I have heard speak in such a manner, and such sentence construction is wrong. The speech is based upon ignorance.It is incorrect to "pluralise" a brand name. What do you not understand?I do not understand your point. Incorrect speech, by many, does not make it correct.


In case you hadn't noticed, language is dynamic. You, on the other hand, seem to be stuck in a box of meaningless self imposed rules.
It does not mean incorrect use is correct and errors should not be pointed out.
"I do not know nothing", is still ignorant and wrong.
Do you accept it is incorrect to "pluralise" a brand name? Yes or No.
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