WH smith  O2 meal deal £1.00 @ WH Smith instore
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WH smith O2 meal deal £1.00 @ WH Smith instore

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LocalFound 7th Mar 2016
This is one for those with O2 priority.

Just went and picked up my £1 Monday meal deal from WH Smith and discovered that 6x 330ml tins of Coke are included in the normal meal deal so decided to chance my arm.

Suffice to say I got a sandwich, crisps and 6 tins of Diet Coke for a quid, bargain!
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I think these are road services only shops. I've been in 3 WHSmiths locally and none have sandwiches.
Mum2ConnornCerys

I think these are road services only shops. I've been in 3 WHSmiths … I think these are road services only shops. I've been in 3 WHSmiths locally and none have sandwiches.



​I've found that too.... I've been to quite a few in a few different towns and found that they don't have sandwiches so can't get the meal deal
It should come up on the locator on the o2 App if the do the deal, the one nearest me does not so doesn't come up.

So went Boots...£3 salad, £2.50 drink, £1.50 Sushi snack....and a £1.40 Innocent drink all for a quid!
Mum2ConnornCerys

I think these are road services only shops. I've been in 3 WHSmiths … I think these are road services only shops. I've been in 3 WHSmiths locally and none have sandwiches.



Train stations mainly. If you're at London Victoria on a Monday lunch time, then it's a lunch for £1 jackpot with almost all of the participating retailers being under one roof. You can easily get 5 lunches for £1 and if they don't bother taking the code, or you can run quickly if they do, you can probably get two from Upper Crust.
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Mum2ConnornCerys

I think these are road services only shops. I've been in 3 WHSmiths … I think these are road services only shops. I've been in 3 WHSmiths locally and none have sandwiches.



​agree
Denziloshamen

Train stations mainly. If you're at London Victoria on a Monday lunch … Train stations mainly. If you're at London Victoria on a Monday lunch time, then it's a lunch for £1 jackpot with almost all of the participating retailers being under one roof. You can easily get 5 lunches for £1 and if they don't bother taking the code, or you can run quickly if they do, you can probably get two from Upper Crust.



Yeh and in stations too. Ok I wouldn't bother doing that. I didn't go to Boots today for today's quid meal deal. I don't go out my way for it.
The Boots codes have been running out recently, way before the 2pm deadline. They never used to all get used up, so I'm assuming they're offering less and less. We've had Boots for quite a while now (I think it started at the end of June 2015), so surprised to still have them on board for the deal (O2 must be compensating them well enough).

I pop in to town especially for mine each Monday as I can get two and £2 for 2 days lunches is an absolute bargain. On the one occasion I was in Victoria on a Monday afternoon, getting the train back home after a weekend away, I managed to feed out family of four for £4 instead of the £26 it would have cost if we had paid full price for each meal deal.

I think it's worth putting the effort in for the Priority perks. I get more back in perks each month than my £15.25 bill. If I didn't take advantage, I'd just be paying £15.25 a month wth no extras. To me, one is great value and the other could be had from any phone provider.
Mum2ConnornCerys

I think these are road services only shops. I've been in 3 WHSmiths … I think these are road services only shops. I've been in 3 WHSmiths locally and none have sandwiches.



whsmiths in train stations have sandwiches
Edited by: "royals" 7th Mar 2016
good shot from the op - crikey sarnie, crisps and 6 cokes for £1 ....lol!
my boots code ran out today before 3 so went to smiths, werent worth the bother as whatever i got they send me back to fridge to get something else, wasnt allowed southern fried chicken wrap(even though it wasnt posh meal deal section) so got a salmon sandwich instead and then they sent me back cos i wasnt allowed coconut water, this is third time ive tried with them...i find them way too restrictive but maybe its just my local
Denziloshamen

The Boots codes have been running out recently, way before the 2pm … The Boots codes have been running out recently, way before the 2pm deadline. They never used to all get used up, so I'm assuming they're offering less and less. We've had Boots for quite a while now (I think it started at the end of June 2015), so surprised to still have them on board for the deal (O2 must be compensating them well enough).I pop in to town especially for mine each Monday as I can get two and £2 for 2 days lunches is an absolute bargain. On the one occasion I was in Victoria on a Monday afternoon, getting the train back home after a weekend away, I managed to feed out family of four for £4 instead of the £26 it would have cost if we had paid full price for each meal deal.I think it's worth putting the effort in for the Priority perks. I get more back in perks each month than my £15.25 bill. If I didn't take advantage, I'd just be paying £15.25 a month wth no extras. To me, one is great value and the other could be had from any phone provider.


Problem is that o2 priority has never been exclusive for o2 users (_;)
kingofswords

my boots code ran out today before 3 so went to smiths, werent worth the … my boots code ran out today before 3 so went to smiths, werent worth the bother as whatever i got they send me back to fridge to get something else, wasnt allowed southern fried chicken wrap(even though it wasnt posh meal deal section) so got a salmon sandwich instead and then they sent me back cos i wasnt allowed coconut water, this is third time ive tried with them...i find them way too restrictive but maybe its just my local



Is there no signs with guidelines of what's included? If so then read them. Not all places are like Boots where pretty much everything is included.
W H Smith are the worst for selection as other have said they are too restrictive, plus the labels for meal deals are too confusing / misplaced. May be is deliberate to discourage the use of o2 offer. On top of that one particular staff at our train station is so rude and unpleasant when you get it wrong or when the o2 app freezes, you wonder whether is worth it. Terrible thing we have to put up with for the £1 lunch.
kingofswords

my boots code ran out today before 3 so went to smiths, werent worth the … my boots code ran out today before 3 so went to smiths, werent worth the bother as whatever i got they send me back to fridge to get something else, wasnt allowed southern fried chicken wrap(even though it wasnt posh meal deal section) so got a salmon sandwich instead and then they sent me back cos i wasnt allowed coconut water, this is third time ive tried with them...i find them way too restrictive but maybe its just my local



My local WH Smith is awful so probably the same.
Astec

It should come up on the locator on the o2 App if the do the deal, the … It should come up on the locator on the o2 App if the do the deal, the one nearest me does not so doesn't come up.So went Boots...£3 salad, £2.50 drink, £1.50 Sushi snack....and a £1.40 Innocent drink all for a quid!




Mine comes up and shop doesn't do sandwiches. I've seen it come up at Stockton-on-Tees, Teesside Park and Middlesbrough none these 3 shops do sandwiches.
If your in a train station you can also use them in pumpkin (they do lovely panini's) also upper crust, cafe Ritazza. Some meal deals would Cost well over £6
Glh74

If your in a train station you can also use them in pumpkin (they do … If your in a train station you can also use them in pumpkin (they do lovely panini's) also upper crust, cafe Ritazza. Some meal deals would Cost well over £6



Great suggestion! I wish I had posted something along those lines several posts above (_;)
is it my phone or have wh smith stopped doin it, the past two weeks the app has failed to generate the code while I'm at the till, boots is fine it's just wh smith that's playing up?
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