(WORKING AGAIN) Morrisons Buy 16 Packs of Fox Biscuit for £15.++ Using Match & More (Get £15 Vouchers back) and then Repeat
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(WORKING AGAIN) Morrisons Buy 16 Packs of Fox Biscuit for £15.++ Using Match & More (Get £15 Vouchers back) and then Repeat

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Found 30th Jan 2015
STILL WORKING FROM 11AM 04/02/2015

To take part in this offer you will need to get one of the temporary cards in store and then buy 16 of the following (You need to scan the temporary card when you buy these.)

These are the only ones that are now working

Fox's Jam 'n' Cream (150g)
Fox's Crunch Creams - Golden (168g)

You must ONLY buy a MAX of 10 of the same type. It WILL NOT work if you buy 16 of the same ie (Fox's Crunch Creams - Golden (168g)

Just get 16 packets a time.

DO NOT BUY ANY OTHER TYPE.

This will cost you £15.xx

You then need to go home and register the Match & More card online. You will need to then to wait for your match and more card to arrive via the post. (You might still be ok with use your temporary card to get the voucher) Then pop back to morrisons to claim your £15 voucher to redeem in Morrison's. To get that voucher go into Morrison's and buy a banana and pay for it (Scan your Match & More card) . Will cost you about 10p, The machine will then spit out 3 x £5 vouchers.

This time you wont need the £15.xx in cash. You use the £15 voucher and pay the little extra. You then do the process again and again and again. (MAX 6 times per Match & More card)

On the 6th lot of £15 voucher you get it with the banana and then pick up another Match & More card and use the £15 voucher on the new card you can register these in your wife, g/f, kids over 16 year olds names.

You can keep doing this until this offer ends!

When your doing these shops do NOT add anything else to it, You might buy something that's cheaper in Morrison's then Asda which will eat away at the voucher.

You might want to register your card on your mobile phone before you attempt to buy your biscuit's. This is simple, visit the Morrison's website and register. I do this because I get the vouchers quicker and I can view it on the app on the iPhone.

Why is this doing this you might be asking?

The reason behind this is that Morrison's Match the price of Asda price of 49p and they are offering 500 points for each packet bought. This means you get the 50p in points and the 49p match price of Asda which makes them nearly free.

Any questions? Just ask.

A little tip, I invested £200 because I will sell these at a car boot over the next few months. I have giving away about £300 worth to family and friends. This means I can do 10 transactions each time I visit a Morrison's. But remember once this ends you will end up with the amount of money you invested in it. So when it ends I will have my £200 back but in vouchers and thousand's of free Biscuits.

When registering the cards. You don't need to use a real address. (By this I mean if you lived at 26 Ladyshopper Road, you could use 26a Ladyshopper Road, 26b Ladyshopper Road etc)

Rinse and Repeat

This was found on MSE

Maybe donate some to a local food bank. It does get a little addictive getting nearly free biscuit's.

Henlans for PM.
- LoveHearts <-- LOL

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Not ethical, but funny. lol

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Edited by: "y-oh-y" 30th Jan 2015

Original Poster

Not really a Pyramid tho is it. Only 1 person losing out and that's Morrison's..

What a **** thing to do.

this deal takes the biscuit

Henlans

Not really a Pyramid tho is it. Only 1 person losing out and that's … Not really a Pyramid tho is it. Only 1 person losing out and that's Morrison's..


The pyramid scheme is the actual biscuits.

Original Poster

I went to the doctor and said "I keep thinking I am a packet of biscuits." He said "What kind of biscuits?" I said "Square ones with holes in." He said "You must be crackers."

I thought they just refund you the difference in points not actually charge you the same price as Asda

Banned

I may just be being blonde but I'm sure this was posted earlier....

Personally I disagree with doing this multiple times plus you are breaking the T&Cs on the M&M card plus you are risking getting caught and not being allowed to register your temp cards.

morrisons.com/mat…tml


You are only entitled to one registered Match & More account.

Please take care when registering. We may not register you if we believe the information you have provided is materially incomplete or inaccurate.

We may exclude you from Match & More, cancel your card and close your account at our reasonable discretion. For example, we may do so if we believe that you have breached these terms and conditions, have defrauded or attempted to defraud us or any of our other customers, or otherwise attempted to abuse Match & More.

Edited by: "Holly1985" 30th Jan 2015

Henlans

I went to the doctor and said "I keep thinking I am a packet of … I went to the doctor and said "I keep thinking I am a packet of biscuits." He said "What kind of biscuits?" I said "Square ones with holes in." He said "You must be crackers."


I went to the doctors and said I keep seeing loads of packets of biscuits.
He said, "Have you seen a psychiatrist?"
No I said, "Only loads of packets of biscuits".

I'm getting my coat and I'm on my way!

Do you know what the typical best before date is on most of these biscuits? I want them for a tea party..

Original Poster

Holly1985

I may just be being blonde but I'm sure this was posted … I may just be being blonde but I'm sure this was posted earlier....Personally I disagree with doing this multiple times plus you are breaking the T&Cs on the M&M card plus you are risking getting caught and not being allowed to register your temp cards.https://www.morrisons.com/matchandmore/terms-and-conditions.htmlYou are only entitled to one registered Match & More account.Please take care when registering. We may not register you if we believe the information you have provided is materially incomplete or inaccurate.We may exclude you from Match & More, cancel your card and close your account at our reasonable discretion. For example, we may do so if we believe that you have breached these terms and conditions, have defrauded or attempted to defraud us or any of our other customers, or otherwise attempted to abuse Match & More.



If you want to be a good boy/girl then you not breaking ANY rules doing it 5 times and within the 1 month You could get family members to do it etc.

Its £100 per calendar month. We are near the end of Jan
Edited by: "Henlans" 30th Jan 2015

Quite a lot of hassle for the sake of more biscuits than you could comfortably eat.

I'm out.

Original Poster

maribecx

Do you know what the typical best before date is on most of these … Do you know what the typical best before date is on most of these biscuits? I want them for a tea party..



August 2015

Voted cold!

You're a Gopher of the custard cream variety

And a £20.69 outlay isn't "nearly free" when the £20 voucher then has to be spent in Morrison's..

stupot76

I thought they just refund you the difference in points not actually … I thought they just refund you the difference in points not actually charge you the same price as Asda



They are on offer at 50p at Asda so the difference would be 49p, this is what they refund you in points plus give you the 50p in points that they are offering.

Can I use my already registered match and more card?

huh ?

Original Poster

juliensteven

Can I use my already registered match and more card?



Yes, But you can only do it to your £100 limit. (100000) points.

The OP is a STAR, but this looks very complicated.

Original Poster

allowed

The OP is a STAR, but this looks very complicated.



Once you get the hang of it, its well worth it

miikeyblue

Quite a lot of hassle for the sake of more biscuits than you could … Quite a lot of hassle for the sake of more biscuits than you could comfortably eat.I'm out.



Don't partake then. You would be amazed at the things you can get if you invest a little time and money.

Thanks op for taking the time to post, even if I don't take up this offer I appreciate your effort.

I like, heat from me Thanks Henlans x

Original Poster

Lookeylook

Don't partake then. You would be amazed at the things you can get if you … Don't partake then. You would be amazed at the things you can get if you invest a little time and money.Thanks op for taking the time to post, even if I don't take up this offer I appreciate your effort.



I cant remember the last time I paid for food shopping in a supermarkets.

Lookeylook

Don't partake then. You would be amazed at the things you can get if you … Don't partake then. You would be amazed at the things you can get if you invest a little time and money.Thanks op for taking the time to post, even if I don't take up this offer I appreciate your effort.



Like I said... I'm out.

Original Poster

miikeyblue

Like I said... I'm out.



The way I see it is this could be a stepping stone to something better on the next lot of offers. It might be biscuits this time but what next time. The asda APG glitches.. get 20 Persil tabs for 25p.. etc. something new all the time. sometimes you need to do this to get your head around other offers.

Bye..

Edited by: "Henlans" 30th Jan 2015

Henlans

The way I see it is this could be a stepping stone to something better on … The way I see it is this could be a stepping stone to something better on the next lot of offers. It might be biscuits this time but what next time. The asda APG glitches.. get 20 Persil tabs for 25p.. etc. :)Bye..



I realise the potential. Just can't be doing with the hassle - that's not to say I don't wish you and others that have the patience well in your efforts.

How do we know when the offer ends please? will try that over the weekend

Original Poster

cherry_1306

How do we know when the offer ends please? will try that over the … How do we know when the offer ends please? will try that over the weekend



offer ends in march, but asda could raise the price. (but check mysupermarket) to make sure they are 49/50p)

Watch out as the vouchers have a date on so you have to use it within a couple of weeks

Nice 1 .... Heat

Just spent 20.79 - what did I do wrong?

That takes the biscuit

I spent £20.79 did I do something wrong please ??

Why on earth would anyone waste all that time (and petrol money) to get hundreds of pounds of free biscuits?

I just feel sad I've wasted half an hour trying to find the profit in this.

AND THERE ISN'T ANY!

(although I suppose you could try to sell the biscuits back to Morrisons.)

Cold.
Edited by: "LesD" 30th Jan 2015

LesD

Why on earth would anyone waste all that time (and petrol money) to get … Why on earth would anyone waste all that time (and petrol money) to get hundreds of pounds of free biscuits?I just feel sad I've wasted half an hour trying to find the profit in this.AND THERE ISN'T ANY!Cold.



The profit is the practically free biscuits which, could either save you money if you buy biscuits anyway.

The feel good factor of donating to the local food bank.

The feel good factor of helping out friends, family or neighbours.

The op has stated it costs £20.69 but it costs £20.79 surely ?
99p x 21 = £20.79

Lookeylook

The profit is the practically free biscuits which, could either save you … The profit is the practically free biscuits which, could either save you money if you buy biscuits anyway.The feel good factor of donating to the local food bank.The feel good factor of helping out friends, family or neighbours.



Spot on. Would be useful for one of those charity coffee mornings too. I can see why some people would have absolutely no need for this, and some could make very good use of it. It's all about perceived value. Voted hot.
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