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Yeo Valley Yoghurt, 500g, £1.50 at Tesco, 50p after coupon and cashback. ( 7x claims available)
Yeo Valley Yoghurt, 500g, £1.50 at Tesco, 50p after coupon and cashback. ( 7x claims available)

Yeo Valley Yoghurt, 500g, £1.50 at Tesco, 50p after coupon and cashback. ( 7x claims available)

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The utterly delicious Yeo Valley yoghurt is £1.50 at Tesco. There's a 50p off coupon in the January Tesco mag, and 6 claims available for 50p cashback on checkoutsmart. Also an additional claim on Clicksnap.

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Good spot, picked up 2 of the magazines yday

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jiall

Good spot, picked up 2 of the magazines yday



Thanks there's 7 claims available in all, jiall, think I might go back and get them all

Do these cashback sites work?

Seems like an awful lot of work to save 50p

Appreciate it's better than nothing but do they actually pay out?

You always seem to need to pay full price and then gamble of the payout.

Worth it?

No problem so far with payout on any cashback site I use CheckoutSmart, ClickSnap, **** and Greenjinn. 50p means a lot to some people, you are fortunate if you think 50p is not important.

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KareemSaid

Do these cashback sites work?Seems like an awful lot of work to save … Do these cashback sites work?Seems like an awful lot of work to save 50pAppreciate it's better than nothing but do they actually pay out?You always seem to need to pay full price and then gamble of the payout.Worth it?



Absolutely worth it. And no, they're quite often at the keenest price around, then had a coupon or cashback. Eg this item is £1.50, but you pay only 1/3 of that, with the coupon and cashback. Lots of items are totally free. I've had the checkoutsmart app for nearly 2 years now...

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That's roughly a fiver a week of free or nearly free stuff. Add that with the other apps, as scottishagate mentioned, it could be a significant percentage of your shopping spend, and completely worth any extra effort.

juggler1

Absolutely worth it. And no, they're quite often at the keenest price … Absolutely worth it. And no, they're quite often at the keenest price around, then had a coupon or cashback. Eg this item is £1.50, but you pay only 1/3 of that, with the coupon and cashback. Lots of items are totally free. I've had the checkoutsmart app for nearly 2 years now...That's roughly a fiver a week of free or nearly free stuff. Add that with the other apps, as scottishagate mentioned, it could be a significant percentage of your shopping spend, and completely worth any extra effort.



​Ditto all of that (except my total COS just over £200 so think I've missed a few deals along the line?!) but when it's deals like this and your still paying some money towards it I do consider if after all that would it be cheaper in aldi where I normally do my main shop, in this case this deal definitely cheaper and so it'll be on my next Tesco shopping list thanks juggler1

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jiall

​Ditto all of that (except my total COS just over £200 so think I've mi … ​Ditto all of that (except my total COS just over £200 so think I've missed a few deals along the line?!) but when it's deals like this and your still paying some money towards it I do consider if after all that would it be cheaper in aldi where I normally do my main shop, in this case this deal definitely cheaper and so it'll be on my next Tesco shopping list thanks juggler1



Ye, I must admit, I love the thrill of a total freebie, but this was one of my rare normal spends with a shopping app. It was the coupon combo that swung it for me. And Ye, definitely right to compare with aldi/ lidl. If it was just the coupon, or just the cashback, prob not worth it, but the combo makes it worth your while

These are always two for £2.

was £1 in Sainsburys last time I was there.

ether707

These are always two for £2.



buzzard

was £1 in Sainsburys last time I was there.



Not the Natural, I don't think I've ever got that discounted, the other flavours yes - but not the natural.

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buzzard

was £1 in Sainsburys last time I was there.



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good find op, heat added

A quality product no doubt, but seems quite sour to me, obviously so used to sugary unhealthy yoghurts whereas this has no added sugar! So I added some pureed fruit which made it more palatable for me. The thing with a good quality plain yoghurt is, one can "juzsh" it up however one feels! I may try adding some to granola! There is a lot in a tub, it will do me a good 4-5 portions per tub, as I like a small portion of many foods. I don't generally over-indulge.
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