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Free Reusable Coffee Mug (RRP £5.59) - 10 nectar points via MyMail rewards, Voucher in Saturday's (3rd Feb) Daily Mail (£1) @DailyMail
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Join the Daily Mail's war against plastic today by picking up a fantastic FREE* reusable coffee cup at WHSmith! Code in tomorrow's (3rd Feb) newspaper. This 400ml cup, worth £5.99… Read more
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A free mug when you buy toilet paper for £1 Is a bargain. However I prefer Cushelle softness to daily mail's abrasiveness
PeteW13 m ago

Or save yourself the time and just steal a mug directly from the …Or save yourself the time and just steal a mug directly from the supermarket rather than going to all that effort of stealing one from a newspaper.



so everyone who goes to a supermarket picks up a newspaper or magazine and reads a few pages then puts it back without paying in your mind thats classed as stealing,for those with a good memory just read the code then use it,but as ehosin said it Sounds like a lot of faff to get something made of plastic to fight the war on plastic
Edited by: "mmachine" 3rd Feb
Subject to availability in WHSmith High St stores from Saturday 3 to Monday 5 February 2018, whilst stocks last on a first-come, first-served basis. Not valid in Northern Island. Excludes WHSmith outlets, online, Books by WHSmith at Selfridges, Harrods, Arnotts and Fenwick stores, certain WHSmith Locals and all travel stores including those at airports, railways stations, service stations, hospitals, workplaces and selected garden centres.


Sounds like a lot of faff to get something made of plastic to fight the war on plastic
mmachine46 m ago

or just go to your local supermarket and take photo of code with your …or just go to your local supermarket and take photo of code with your phone from back page ,that costs nothing if your going to supermarket in first place


Or save yourself the time and just steal a mug directly from the supermarket rather than going to all that effort of stealing one from a newspaper.
£1 for a reusable mug, for £1 you can get the same from poundland but without the shame and hassel of registering, redeeming, checking emails and going to WHsmith (if they have not closed it down)
Airfix Spitfire Model Kit (Worth £9.99) - Voucher in Saturday's (13th Jan) Daily Mail (£1) - Pick up at W H Smith and Eason in NI
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Found 10th JanFound 10th Jan
Airfix Spitfire Model Kit Worth £9.99 Voucher in The Mail On Saturday (£1 - 13th Jan) Pick up from W H Smith or Eason in Northern Ireland While Stocks Last 1:72 scale plastic sca… Read more
That's o.k if near a Smith ,your stuffed and no gift if miles away me a member of mail rewards from day one ,,send me it or take the points
nippykev10th Jan

I guess this will not be available in W.H.Smiths at railway stations used …I guess this will not be available in W.H.Smiths at railway stations used by Virgin trains.


“High Street stores only”
ansonuk8 m ago

Essential equipment for running away - white plimsolls



Ahhh!!!! A bit like their tanks, with 1 forwards and 18 reverse gears.
Gentle_Giant23 h, 37 m ago

Joke passes clear over my head, sorry not firing on all cylinders, please …Joke passes clear over my head, sorry not firing on all cylinders, please give reference.(I was thinking more along the lines of Pétain Filous Yogurts.)(Or Vichy Water).


Essential equipment for running away - white plimsolls
That's me off to WH Smith on Saturday then. Plus a great paper to read as well, the second best selling in the country.

If I want to wipe my arse, I'll use the Guardian.
Daily Mail Breakfree Holidays 2018 - £15
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Starts 30th December booking opens 3 January 2018. Have booked many times over the years and mostly pleased with the accommodation. Words are printed daily in The Mail but always … Read more
Do you need codes??
Great. I booked last night for France, May half term - excellent price
Does anyone know if we can add more ppl to the party later after booking? I know the caravan I am booking sleeps 8, can we take more ppl after initially booking for 4?
Nice weekend away on May bank holiday £67 all in, thanks op and for codes.
SamUnderwood10 h, 3 m ago

Local paper sold out, did anyone get a password?



The local paper one don't start ( for bookings ) yet. This is the Daily Mail one & all passwords are in description
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£10 off a £40 spend on Wine, Beer or Spirits In Store at Majestic Wine - Voucher in Saturday's Daily Mail (£1) and The Mail on Sunday (£1.80) - Valid 'till Dec 11th
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This £10 off a £40 spend voucher at Majestic Wine in Saturday's Daily Mail (£1) is for Wine, Beer or Spirits (Mix 'N Match) - In Store only The voucher is also in The Mail on Sunda… Read more
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The voucher is also in The Mail on Sunday (£1.80)
Also on HSBC visa offer
This will come handy
Thanx Op Heat
Anon5 h, 7 m ago

There is a £10 off £40 spend if using First Direct card and registered for …There is a £10 off £40 spend if using First Direct card and registered for Visa offers https://firstdirect.visaoffers.eu, so £50 of drink for £30


Not showing in my account
This is good but you can’t use in combination with other offers and they usually have great offers on wines such a 25% off when you buy 6.
£5 off £40 spend at ICELAND voucher in Friday's Daily Mail (65p) and The Sun (50p) In Store only Valid 'till Dec 5th
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Valid In Store only 'till December 5th £5 off £40 spend at Iceland Voucher in Friday's Daily Mail (65p) Page 40 Also in Friday's The Sun (50p) - Thanks jpoolfitz
mmillmor24th Nov

Iceland have just been crossed off my Christmas shopping list. A £5 saving …Iceland have just been crossed off my Christmas shopping list. A £5 saving is not worth supporting those hate mongers.


What ?
Iceland have just been crossed off my Christmas shopping list. A £5 saving is not worth supporting those hate mongers.
cburns15 m ago

HOLD IT.................£10 of a £60 spend....code BLACKFRIDAYTEN


Thanks, was gonna go tesco but for 10 quid of crap ill get some frozen stuff :P
HOLD IT.................

£10 of a £60 spend....code BLACKFRIDAYTEN
They really know their audience, don't they?
£2.50 to spend on anything at Costa with unique code from back of Saturday 16th or Sunday 17th Daily Mail + 20 Nectar points (costs equivalent of either £1.05, £1.63, 5p or 3p)
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A nice little deal! Follow these steps: 1. Register with MyMail.co.uk. 2. Connect your Nectar card to your MyMail account. 3. Purchase or look at Daily Mail (Sat 16 or Sun 17) in… Read more
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Just a reindeer this ends on Friday
So, is there a definitive list of which Costas take this. The one I was in today conveniently couldn't accept it..
I would rather pay full price then buy daily mail. Worst newspaper
Do people still really sell their details for the price of a cup of coffee? Good luck with that.
Just registered but what a site trying to link up. Oh well, done & dusted.

GREAT NEWS - YOU ARE NOW READY TO START COLLECTING AND SPENDING NECTAR POINTS WITH THE MAIL

Find the Unique Number on the back page of the Mail each day - just enter it into the boxes above and watch your Nectar points build up.

Your current Nectar points balance is: ****

How many Nectar points can I collect?
Monday - Friday - 5 Nectar points per day
Saturday - 10 Nectar points
Sunday - 15 Nectar points

PLUS collect a bonus 30 points for buying at least 5 newspapers out of 7 each week (Saturday to Friday)

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£5 off £15 spend at WHSmith from the Daily Mail Saturday
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Found 1st Sep 2017Found 1st Sep 2017
£5 off a £15 spend voucher in tomorrow's Daily Mail. For books stationery and greeting cards, wrapping paper, pens etc In this Saturday’s Daily Mail, stock up for the n… Read more
no daily mail at tesco surrey quays this morning!!!

no daily mail in southwark's canada water library either.

perhaps they've been sabotaged!
Edited by: "seb" 2nd Sep 2017
ENEMIES OF THE PEOPLE haha yeah pass thanks.
Opened up my recycling bin ages ago and found about 50 Daily Mail newspapers in there, it was as if the owner was too embarrassed to have them in his bin :-)

I took them out and kept them, whatever else you say about them it's handy for when you're painting, cleaning the oven, etc
Good deal from the daily hate.

Only came here to see the "only came in here" comments. Wasn't disappointed. Personally, I find it hard to care about coming in here to read the ....Just don't read it FFS!

lol the irony
juggler13 h, 52 m ago

Doesn't look like it.. Terms: This offer is valid in WHSmith High Street …Doesn't look like it.. Terms: This offer is valid in WHSmith High Street stores. Voucher valid between Saturday 2nd September and Friday 8th September. Offer excludes Outlet stores, Books by WHSmith at Selfridges, Harrods and Fenwicks stores, WHSmith ‘Local’, Online and Travel stores including those at airports, railway stations, motorway service stations, hospitals, garden centres and workplaces. This voucher cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotional voucher or discount card. Excludes all book customer orders, gift cards eBooks, Kobo eReaders and eReader accessories. The £15 spend on books, cards and stationery applies to the total transactional value after all discounts have been applied. Only one voucher can be redeemed per transaction and it must be surrendered on use. No cash alternative. Photocopies will not be accepted and the voucher is not transferable. Vouchers that have been forged, defaced or otherwise tampered with will not be valid for use.


Booooo
£10 off no7 when you spend £35 voucher
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Found 9th Jul 2017Found 9th Jul 2017
There's a voucher in today's daily mail for £10 off when you spend £35 on no7 in store in Boots. All no7 is mix and match across skincare, makeup & accessories. It's a better o… Read more
How can I get this voucher without buying the newspaper?

Thanks
I'm disappointed that it's only -46, really.

I think the OP is a Boots employee rather than a DM reader (though they could be both), looking at their other deal.
Shame really, We should encourage people to post good deals.
Just not ones that support hate preachers.
Don't support hate. COLD.
Don't support hate. COLD.
£5 off a £35 spend on Food AND DRINK at M & S voucher in the Daily Mail Friday 65p - Also in SATURDAY'S Daily Mail (£1) - Valid June 23/26 - Instore only
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Found 23rd Jun 2017Found 23rd Jun 2017
Valid June 23-26 There's a £5 off a £35 spend at Marks and Spencer voucher in Friday's Daily Mail (65p) on page 44 Also in Saturday's Daily Mail (£1) on page 57 Includes food, win… Read more
Does anyone know if this works on £35 cost before discount ie a couple of £10 meal deals?
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The voucher is also in Saturday's Daily Mail (£1) on page 57
I've updated the deal title - would a mod please unexpire
Edited by: "jimmybo" 24th Jun 2017
So you came in just to troll then.

Cheers OP.
No offer in the world can make me buy this Toilet tissue of a newspaper
Thanks op. Anybody ever tried to stack such a voucher with an m&s £5 off a £35 spend till voucher?
Daily Mail Holidays £20.00 pp + service charges
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Daily Mail Holidays start to collect passwords from 17.4.17 until 1.5.17. NB the actual cost is per person plus service charges. Entertainment passes may be extra, Usually the Ma… Read more
Anyone booked Butlins this year? Looking at £200 including the passes at £25 each now?!! Eek!! We used to always remove passes as we barely used the entertainment anyway, but last time we went they were checking, and the kids would want to use the pool this time - I think it was different coloured room cards or something, can anyone confirm?
Today's code is SAND.
People follow like sheep on here go buy the sun instead for your cheap holidays as that's a good paper oO
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wayners

Why cold. Brilliant deal. October 20th is possible to fit in with school. … Why cold. Brilliant deal. October 20th is possible to fit in with school. Done last 3 years and had sun. Don't need to buy paper. Codes here http://www.myholidayguru.co.uk/specials/daily-mail-holidays-2017


Thank you people have been voting cold due to their dislike of the mail. I had one comment removed.
Why cold. Brilliant deal. October 20th is possible to fit in with school. Done last 3 years and had sun. Don't need to buy paper. Codes here myholidayguru.co.uk/spe…017
Daily Mail+Daily Mirror FREE LONDON Ideal Home Show Tickets
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Daily Mail code DMFREE from 24th to 31st March weekdays and weekend Daily Mirror code HSDM62 from 24th March to 9th April weekdays only
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Any discount codes available that are valid? We want to take mother tomorrow, thank you
seb

£8 off tickets for the eat and drink festival (includes entry to ideal … £8 off tickets for the eat and drink festival (includes entry to ideal home exhibition).code = METRO30. - expires 30 march.£1.70 transaction fee - children 15-and-under go free.http://www.eatanddrinkfestival.com



​hi this code appears not to work. does anyone have a working code for one ticket ?
£8 off tickets for the eat and drink festival (includes entry to ideal home exhibition).

code = METRO30. - expires 30 march.

£1.70 transaction fee - children 15-and-under go free.

eatanddrinkfestival.com
MoneySavingExpert (Martin Lewis) tickets now available, code MSEIHS . Both Saturdays, 25th March and 1st April, all taken.

Ticket office won't be doing much trade with so many free tickets around!
£5 off a £30 Spend Voucher on FOOD at M & S in The Mail on Sunday (£1.70) - Also in Saturday's Daily Mail (£1) and Monday's Daily Mail (65p)
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Found 27th Jan 2017Found 27th Jan 2017
There's a £5 off £30 spend on food at M & S voucher in The Mail on Sunday (£1.70) and Saturday's Daily Mail (£1 - Page 41) Also in Monday's Daily Mail (65p) - Page 44 Excludes… Read more
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The voucher is also in Monday's Daily Mail (65p)
Valid today only
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might actually be able to afford 1 **** cake in there lmao
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http://i64.tinypic.com/125nzi8.jpg
sickly sweet

You can avoid paying for it by spending I think it's £15 or £20 these d … You can avoid paying for it by spending I think it's £15 or £20 these days, at waitrose and using your my waitrose card.



£10, don't forget your free coffee.
Buy 6 Bottles of Reynella Homestead Sauvignon Blanc and get free 6 Red Wine Glasses (use £5 off voucher) £22 at Iceland
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Found 29th Dec 2016Found 29th Dec 2016
Current deal at Iceland. Buy 6 Bottles of Reynella Homestead Sauvignon Blanc at £4.5 (sells for £9 in store) to get 6 free Red Wine or Champagner Glasses (worth £4.99) and free wi… Read more
Papers are just like politicians.... they all spin the truth with jaded opinions, misquotes and damn right lies
But the best part some really nice people actually believe them
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Daily mail was lying around in costa, so grabbed the voucher for free. Lol
Good price, but there's no way I'm buying the Daily Mail.
Nice deal. Thanks. Lovin' Iceland
£5 off £25 spend at ICELAND Coupon - Daily Mail Thursday (65p) - IN STORE only
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Found 29th Dec 2016Found 29th Dec 2016
There's a £5 off a £25 spend at ICELAND coupon in Thursday's Daily Mail (65p) Page 16 In store Only Valid 29th - 31st December
Also use NEWYEARFIVE to get £5 off £40 spend.
nameskhan

Oh no, I use to like shopping at Iceland


What do you use?
Oh no, I use to like shopping at Iceland
jimmybo

You should be able to stack them for £10 off a £25 spend as the bonus c … You should be able to stack them for £10 off a £25 spend as the bonus card £5 is a credit and not a coupon



​hmmm that's interesting but I can't seem to spend £25 in one go at Iceland X) might have to spend 65p to save £10
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adhkarzf

​I don't even use my bonus card and I've got the email check your spam s … ​I don't even use my bonus card and I've got the email check your spam see if it's gone in there. dunno if you could double this up with voucher then you'd get £10 off. win win



You should be able to stack them for £10 off a £25 spend as the bonus card £5 is a credit and not a coupon
UK and European holidays from £15 pp (Daily Mail)
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Amazing Daily Mail holidays from £15pp* are back. The offer starts on Saturday 31st December. It's now even easier to take part: Collect five different passwords from the Daily M… Read more
Brown_Rolf

I note that when trying to book a European holiday they've rigged the … I note that when trying to book a European holiday they've rigged the checkout process so you can't pay unless you pay the £15 "equipment damage waiver guarantee" even though the T&Cs clearly state it's optional.Basically they've disabled the opt-out tick box so there's no way of going to checkout without it adding on the £15.They're starting to push their luck a bit with all these compulsory extra fees, especially when they're not mentioned in the T&Cs of the promotion.


This must be a website error - I've tried myself. I've emailed them about this specific issue - I'll post any response.
Wombatwilson

Mine was over £200 but as it is easter hols it was gonna be double that … Mine was over £200 but as it is easter hols it was gonna be double that at haven.


Yeah, we also went for comfort plus which supposedly has heating in the bedrooms. Still good price compared to haven direct.
I note that when trying to book a European holiday they've rigged the checkout process so you can't pay unless you pay the £15 "equipment damage waiver guarantee" even though the T&Cs clearly state it's optional.

Basically they've disabled the opt-out tick box so there's no way of going to checkout without it adding on the £15.

They're starting to push their luck a bit with all these compulsory extra fees, especially when they're not mentioned in the T&Cs of the promotion.
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tissues77

not working for me, could someone please pm me 6 working codes for … not working for me, could someone please pm me 6 working codes for breakfreeholidays. Thanks.



It sounds like you are trying to enter the codes in the wrong Breakfree promotions website. The 5 codes on here are for the Daily Mail booking site (see link below), it's the Local Newpaper booking site that required 6 codes (the first of which was only printed in yesterdays newspaper) !

Daily Mail European Holidays


Edited by: "bitm2007" 6th Jan 2017
not working for me, could someone please pm me 6 working codes for breakfreeholidays. Thanks.
Lidl £10 off £50 spend. Vouchers with The Sun, Daily Mail, Daily Telegraph, OK! Magazine, Daily Record on Saturday 19th December
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Get your £10 voucher in December's Lidl News - 2nd edition. Available exclusively in The Sun, Daily Mail, Daily Telegraph, OK! Magazine, Daily Record on Saturday 19th December. Th… Read more
Lol yes this is last year but I'm hopeful we'll get something this year for Lidl, may be this Fridays Metro?
The Leamington Spa Lidl NEVER has these mags in. A year ago it was advertised for legs of lamb cheaply BUT asking the manager he said NO WE DONT HAVE THINGS LIKE THAT IN THIS SHOP. the attitude there is dreadful!!!!
Is it only valid for that Sat & Sun only as per their usual vouchers.
abhikaro

It seems I can't expire the deal myself.... Who would be able to do that … It seems I can't expire the deal myself.... Who would be able to do that and how to contact them..


takes a few to do it - i helped ya
Looks like the 2015 deal, the dates match up to that too.
£5 off a £40 Spend at LIDL Voucher in Today's Daily Mail (65p)
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Found 25th Nov 2016Found 25th Nov 2016
For anyone without access to the free Metro paper, if you missed Thursday's Metro, or if your local Lidl won't accept a printed copy, there's another £5 off £40 spend voucher in Fr… Read more
Anyone got a link to the voucher missed the daily mail
Thanks, these vouchers are great as I use them to buy things for the foodbank and Sspca it means I can buy more than I otherwise would.
So £4.35 off of a £40 shop could mean some really struggling family's could buy a few extra treats for Christmas but that will not stop the petulant baby's voting this cold.

The same people who commented in this thread would probably have no issue buying the Guardian, which promotes equality for women and promotes feminism yet when it came to the mass sexual assaults in Cologne it ignored the situation for well over a week and when it was finally forced to address the situation the journalist was making excuses for the perpetrator's, the hypocrisy!
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leewills8

Metro!



The voucher was only in yesterday's Metro - not today's edition
Sweet, thanks. I'll be off the Lidl to stock up on perfumes. Not so easy for me to pick up the Metro. I'm a lazybones and drive everywhere
Pack of White LED Christmas Tree lights £1 at Wilko with Daily Mail
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Found 18th Nov 2016Found 18th Nov 2016
They are battery operated, 2xAA batteries included. Here is item http://www.wilko.com/battery-operated-christmas-lights/wilko-christmas-lights-white-led-battery-operated-set-of-20/… Read more
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You have to buy the sodding paper to get the lights.
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Buy the Daily Mail? The lies paper is not fit to wipe a sewer rat's **** … Buy the Daily Mail? The lies paper is not fit to wipe a sewer rat's **** with.


If you wiped your a*se with the Daily Mail, more s*it would actually come off the paper.
Who thought a string of fairy lights could get so political.

You could always save yourself the cost of buying the Mail and head to your nearest Pound shop and buy an identical string for £1........only saying.
davidian84

I think you misunderstood the post. Its about christmas lights not … I think you misunderstood the post. Its about christmas lights not content of paper.But please let us know all your political views because everyone wants to know them.



​yes but the celebration of Christmas or anything Christian surely us a complete anathema for the readers of this bile ridden misanthropic political rag and the lies printed within.

Any Christian surely would head elsewhere for their supplies?
Original Poster
I think you misunderstood the post. Its about christmas lights not content of paper.

But please let us know all your political views because everyone wants to know them.
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