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Free David Walliams The World’s Worst Children  Audiobook CD  narrated by David Walliams with Saturday Daily Mail on 1st Dec @ Tesco
Refreshed 29th NovRefreshed 29th Nov
READ BY DAVID WALLIAMS, with Nitin Ganatra as Raj - listen to David perform these ten cautionary tales introducing a delightfully dreadful cast of characters. Are you ready to lis… Read more
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Forgot to get this! :(


Disappointed, it's only part of the audiobook


Oh thank god, I was starting to doubt myself! That's interesting, so they move over comments from a duplicate post so that conversation isn't lost. In most instances that's a good idea


Thanks (y)


Your not going mad! I posted this early this morning after seeing it in the Metro. I did a search but this post never showed up. The mods said as mine had got quite a bit of heat before they realised it was a duplicate they merged my post onto this one!

FREE Laura Ashley Cotton Tote Bag with this Saturday’s Daily Mail £1 Fight against plastic
LocalLocalFound 16th NovFound 16th Nov
Ten years ago, the Mail launched its ground-breaking campaign to end the scourge of plastic bags. We've since seen plastic bag usage fall by over 90% in that time, but there's stil… Read more
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Does anyone have the voucher code number please




do they still wrap the magazines inside in plastic?


Ooh, another "under review" thread. Why? And who makes the final judgement call? Time to move back to MSE maybe?


Hopefully they'll join the fight against waste paper next and stop printing their "newspaper" 🤞🏻

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2 courses for 2 people Frankie and Benny's £15.99 with Groupon with unique voucher code (daily mail)
Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
Groupon deal for Frankie and Benny's looks like good value with the 20% off code. https://discountcode.dailymail.co.uk/groupon Shoot me if it's a repost

It appears that you've signed up to hot uk deals just to post this on an expired deal? Are you fishing for a response?


Not much variety for the asian community.!


They should have a alchol freezone for people who do not drink should not be near alchol.also there's not much for the asian muslim community who spend a fortune in food out for the kids.! No halal menu even for the babies.! Dissapointing


This joke was ok


Balls, I bought two of these the other day without the code! Still good value mind you, but the Wowcher one a few months ago included a drink too for the £19.99 which is worth noting.

£5 off a £30 spend  LIDL voucher in Saturday's Daily Mail (£1) - Valid July 14th - 18th and The Mail on Sunday (£1.80) - Valid July 15th - 18th
Found 12th JulFound 12th Jul
For the majority of us who won't receive a free LIDL moments magazine containing the voucher, or for those who can't get the voucher from the free Metro newspaper, there's a £5 off… Read more

The £5 off a £30 spend LIDL voucher is also in tomorrow's Mail on Sunday (1.80) Valid July 15th - July 18th I've updated the deal title


The Lidl voucher in Saturday's Daily Mail is valid from Saturday July 14th - Wednesday July 18th I've updated the deal title


Well you got them anyway. Think about it as a freebie with ever post, if it helps...


jesus, the voucher is in a paper - we don't need all your opinions on the content of that paper, other than the voucher is in it


Money to burn.

Daily Mail and Breakfree holidays from £10-£20pp starting 18th April (Now Live)
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Daily Mail and Breakfree holidays from £10-£20pp starting 18th April (Now Live)
Pick up today’s Daily Mail for your 8-page UK holiday supplement featuring more than 165 brilliant UK holiday parks from £20pp*. Fancy Europe? Visit our website to see over 80 holi… Read more

The only compulsory charge is gas and electricity park charges which are £8 average. Pretty decent. We never pay for entertainment passes and linen. We always get the entertainment passes anyways even if we don't pay. Always (have been to probably more than 10 breaks in the past few years. Under £100 for a family is very good and I had several free upgrades too.


We paid £240 for 4 days with passes in a top caravan last year with en suite, dining table. 3 bedrooms ect. Same van the following week was around £1400. Catch the weather in the best van on a good site and it's a bargain.


What a con, there's a bunch of hidden charges.


Loathe the Daily Fail but this is a great deal and no need to buy their rag. Thanks!


This works, thanks

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Get free wills for 2 people worth £135 with The Daily Mail & Mail on Sunday
Found 8th AprFound 8th Apr
Get free wills for 2 people worth £135 with The Daily Mail & Mail on Sunday
With this weekend's The Mail on Sunday and Daily Mail (until Wednesday 11th), you can claim a FREE will for up to two people (worth up to £135), from the UK’s number one will servi… Read more

Lets face it, reading the crap in this paper would make you want to make a will out


Daily Rip...It's ALL in the small print... £10 a year SUBSCRIPTION there after! Not Free and Not Worthy (mad)


Daily Fail: no thanks. Plus any half decent lawyer can rip apart a home made will in a heartbeat in court. Get it done properly or you will die intestate.


Thank you (highfive)


2 people are worth £135 sounds about right for the Mail :)

Buy the daily mail and receive 1000 nectar points (found via the app)
Found 11th MarFound 11th Mar
Buy the daily mail and receive 1000 nectar points (found via the app)
My nectar app informs me of this deal. Buy the daily mail to receive 1000 nectar points. Which is worth £5. If they do a double up in spring it's £10.

Boohoo poor Daily Mail reader (lol) I'm sure they're the type of person to write a paragraph about it on Facebook, or maybe it'll make front page if they report their "story" back to the Daily Mail? Might actually be worth a read!


And screw over a genuine Mail reader out of 1000 points when they take it home & realise the code has been used? Sounds great!


Just go in a shop and take a photo of the code, then you don't have to buy it..


No, people have morals.


-200° plus to get possibly £10 . As Jim Morrison once said, people are strange.

Free Reusable Coffee Mug (RRP £5.59) - 10 nectar points via MyMail rewards, Voucher in Saturday's (3rd Feb) Daily Mail (£1) @DailyMail
Found 2nd FebFound 2nd Feb
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


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


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


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)

Now here's a moral dilemma for you. 1000 nectar points for buying 1 copy of the daily mail. May be account specific
Found 11th JanFound 11th Jan
I think I might even vote this cold but hey this is about deals and not ethics right? 1,000 bonus points when you buy a copy of the Daily Mail or The Mail on Sunday. 1 Click 'Fi… Read more
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28 56 09 42 58 62 - 7th April, unused.


Well. Maybe it was a scam all along? Followed the instructions and was awarded 5 Nectar points by MyMail on 24 Jan 2018 (so I know that my account is linked) and have been peppered with e-mails from various Mail accounts ever since (not the deluge I originallt feared) BUT no sign of the 1,000 bonus Nectar points. Anyone else in the same boat or did everyone else decide not to jump?


​Presumably if someone else buys it afterwards, can't claim the points and complains, they could see that someone else redeemed the code and match it with your Nectar account?


Is it wrong to go to my local shop and take a photo of the back page for the code?


Picked up the Airfix kit today. Paper is going straight in the recycling.

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
Found 10th JanFound 10th Jan
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
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


“High Street stores only”


Ahhh!!!! A bit like their tanks, with 1 forwards and 18 reverse gears.


Essential equipment for running away - white plimsolls :D


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
Found 23rd Dec 2017Found 23rd Dec 2017
Daily Mail Breakfree Holidays 2018 - £15
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.


The local paper one don't start ( for bookings ) yet. This is the Daily Mail one & all passwords are in description :)

£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
Found 9th Dec 2017Found 9th Dec 2017
£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
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

The voucher is also in The Mail on Sunday (£1.80)


Also on HSBC visa offer


This will come handy (y) Thanx Op Heat


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
Found 24th Nov 2017Found 24th Nov 2017
£5 off £40 spend at ICELAND voucher in Friday's Daily Mail (65p) and The Sun (50p) In Store only Valid 'till Dec 5th
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

What ?


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


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 :D


They really know their audience, don't they?

Free Horrible Histories book today when you buy the Daily Mail for £1 (Tesco)
LocalLocalFound 28th Oct 2017Found 28th Oct 2017
Free Horrible Histories book today when you buy the Daily Mail for £1 (Tesco)
Free Horrible Histories book today when you buy the Daily Mail for £1 Must redeem today at Tesco

Don't buy it, don't read it, let it starve.


I never much liked The Mail but the wife has always bought it for the TV guide, so I'd often look through it. Nowerdays I can't bear to even touch it, it's so toxic. It's part Pravda and part mad Moseley-esque rant. It panders to the worst aspects of right-wing politics and at times is positively seditious. What bugs me most is how it parades itself as being so 'patriotic' invoking The War, Spitfires, Churchill, etc. It's about as far away from British patriotism as you could ever possibly get! The 'British way' as I've always understood it is the way of tolerance, honesty & compassion. It's being very smart but at the same time modest. It's about getting on with other people because in times of crisis, you can never have enough friends. Today's Mail seems to go out of its way to ridicule such things. I suspect if Joseph Goebbels was still alive today, he would be rather flattered that the techniques of Propganda that he pioneered were being used to such effect in The Daily Mail. Oh, and I voted the deal cold just to register my disgust...


Is there another forum you guys can join to debate these paper issues??? Subsequently horrible histories books are £1 in one of the pound shops can’t remember which


Oh dear. Someone washed your brain for you recently? The Daily Mail supported the Nazis prior to World War II. They’ve been trying to resurrect their glorious past ever since. Look at the owners of the papers and you’ll realise a few very rich men are shaping the country for their own agenda


Ok i will do another post as my other one got deleted! probably because i debunked the lie that i was spreading fake news. Putterill links to a independent article and claims that is proof of fake news, well here is another independent article admitting there was 1200 women sexually assaulted by 2000 men (admitted by German police) http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/cologne-new-years-eve-mass-sex-attacks-leaked-document-a7130476.html There is clearly some major George Orwell 1984 going on if my post linking to the exact same site as Putterill got removed. I am screen capturing this whole thread in case my post gets deleted again! may even contact the DailyMail about it.

Free Road Atlas with the daily mail Saturday
Found 20th Oct 2017Found 20th Oct 2017
Free Road Atlas with the daily mail Saturday
I know everyone has sat navs etc nowdays but you can't beat having an Atlas at home to look at for places etc. This is free with the Daily Mail on Saturday, you don't have to read … Read more

Just Another Daily Mail Scam. It was "Out of Stock" from Day One! But they don't tell you that until you try to Redeem your MyMail vouchers. What happened to the "25,000 FREE Bumper AA Road Atlas to give away" ?? Just another swindle? To get us buying their failing rag?


Out of stock already. Could have bought a decent paper instead. :-(


Its not like the one that came free with the paper last year ( costs 100 Nectar Points) . The "Jumbo size " 2018 edition - 3 miles to the inch . The 100 Nectar points are for P&P as you have to send away for it . Maybe those who made comments would like to edit them ?


Tiny map at such poor scale that you can only see main A roads and a few B roads. Useless for navigating.


Those who don't get lost ?

£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)
Found 16th Sep 2017Found 16th Sep 2017
£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)
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

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 (poo) site trying to link up. (annoyed) 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)

£5 off £15 spend at WHSmith from the Daily Mail Saturday
Found 1st Sep 2017Found 1st Sep 2017
£5 off £15 spend at WHSmith from the Daily Mail Saturday
£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!


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



£10 off no7 when you spend £35 voucher
LocalLocalFound 9th Jul 2017Found 9th Jul 2017
£10 off no7 when you spend £35 voucher
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
Found 23rd Jun 2017Found 23rd Jun 2017
£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
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?


The voucher is also in Saturday's Daily Mail (£1) on page 57 I've updated the deal title - would a mod please unexpire


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? :{

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