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Tommee Tippee Baby Products reduced instore @ Morrisons Brecon, Wales e.g Tommee tippee closer to nature microwave steam sterilizer £12.26
LocalLocalFound 8th FebFound 8th Feb
In my local Morrisons store they are reducing tommee tippee products to half price. closer to nature 6 bottles £4.80
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I got the microwave steriliser at Asda for £8 today. They had quite a few things reduced to half price, probably stock from the baby event.


Any in west yorkshire


Sorry it was in Morrisons Brecon, Wales.


Hi @taffydavis Which store did you find these? Thanks for posting.

Two night break for two (incl. breakfast) at the Fishguard Bay Hotel in Wales £79 (Travelzoo)
Found 7th FebFound 7th Feb
Thought this was an excellent price for a 2 night getaway without queueing at airports. The deal is available through Travelzoo; the hotel has good reviews and currently shows good… Read more

(lol) (lol) (lol) (lol) (lol) I agree. I'm 28 and have 3 kids. When I go away with the Mrs we don't want to see kids at all!


Hehe some people like child free places 😁. I'm 20 and when I go to a hotel that last thing I want is something/somone that resembles my little brothers


Shame, otherwise I'd be interested too. They should start considering small families too and offer us a decent deal.


Yeah I know (annoyed) I checked and they don't offer extra beds (even for a charge) in these rooms. There are family rooms, but this offer doesn't apply.


Wish there was an option to take kids on these deals

Small fresh filter coffee & any baked good (cake, pastry etc) for £1.19 at New Canadian coffee chain Tim Hortons , when you save receipt and do survey on previous visit (only Greater Manchester, WA, Scotland&Wales currently)
LocalLocalFound 26th JanFound 26th Jan
including famous "Double Double" coffee, double cream and double sugar. A very nice place to visit, Great staff (in Sale at least)and a nice change from the usual chains.

None down south, tut tut


do you genuinely care or just being critical for the sake of it? I'm jsut wondering as a lot of people moan about Amazon and they are the only provider they use.


I wonder if the will pay the living wage and pay taxes?


Definition of a frustrated ex-pat Canadian (i.e. me): finding out that there are Tim Hortons restaurants here in Britain but they are all in Scotland or Manchester when I live near London... (annoyed)


He he... Great thing is, when you redeem this you get another receipt with a survey for the same thing. I haven't paid for an Apple Fritter or a doughnut in months. Of course, I also no longer fit in my jeans.... (shock)

Visit National Botanic Garden of Wales Free during January 2018 Mon-Fri
Found 8th JanFound 8th Jan
Beautiful place and well worth a trip if you can spare the time Monday-Friday during Jan. Lovely walks, good café and also good children's play areas too.
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Nice place to visit - would happily pay to go again but free would be even better.


Not much to see outside this time of year, but a lovely location. The Botanics in Edinburgh is also a great place to visit for free


We got married here. It's absolutely beautiful and highly recommended.


I thought it was close to Butlins. I'll just need to check my map.


Between Cross Hands and Carmarthen. National Botanic Garden of Wales Middleton Hall Llanarthne Carmarthenshire SA32 8HN,-4.1664206,14.53z/data=!4m12!1m6!3m5!1s0x486efb363cbf9187:0xcfc9ff118d207afa!2sNational+Botanic+Garden+of+Wales!8m2!3d51.8399266!4d-4.1514864!3m4!1s0x486efb363cbf9187:0xcfc9ff118d207afa!8m2!3d51.8399266!4d-4.1514864?hl=en Sign-posted from the A48 and easy to find.

Free veg at Asda Barry, Wales
LocalLocalFound 31st Dec 2017Found 31st Dec 2017
Free veg :) Thanks to Ladbible for the find :)
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Argueably Asda are following Aldi's lead. Regardless, what Asda are doing is a good thing and I agree that more supermarkets should do the same.


I can imagine this happens all the time in numerous different shops- all very sad, and helping to perpetuate the economic divide. I’m not naive to think that there will ever be parity between all, but I wish things like this happened more often for those that really need the help! @JMac_D Wishing you good health and happiness this year too!


I do apologize i thought you said not instead of hot. i was taking pain killers at the time and as usually trying to do 2 things at once. :) The government should make the supermarkets and wholesalers not waste any food or clothing etc its pretty disgusting. Used to work at Cosco and they binned a heap of jeans cause of slight defects, Cosco is a horrible place for food waste as well, bannanas that was just right for eating all binned, large ones as well. They must get them for pennies to afford to bin so much stuff. Happy new year.


Them to not really have a social conscience and dispose of the food as per usual


Should have dropped it off at homeless shelters but points for trying and mega publicity

30% Off Everything at the Swansea City FC Club Shop - Online & In-store
Found 20th Dec 2017Found 20th Dec 2017
From Wednesday, December 20 to Saturday, December 23, the Swans are offering 30 per cent off everything in their city centre and Liberty Stadium club shops. For online shoppers, … Read more

But on the plus side bagged a few bargains from this so my own Jack Army will be happy on Christmas day 🎅🎅🎅


Sad times (again) 😓😓


Lol it's ok. Decisions like that seem to happen almost every game in the PL nowadays. Oh well at least there'll be more Swans games for me to enjoy (hopefully!) in the Championship next season (y)


sorry, slightly insensitive of me. Shocking penalty decision the other day though.


Don't get me started on the team please ;(

Free first aid guide if you live in Wales with St. John Cymru
Found 11th Dec 2017Found 11th Dec 2017
From St. John cymru

Yea, as NotTayyeb said, available for everyone in the UK. I highly recommend reading up on CPR especially if you're visiting family over the Christmas period. It could be a life saver for a member of your family! Free First Aid Guide for everyone! Baby First Aid Guide RSPCA - Pet First Aid If you don't want a physical copy, check these pages out: St. John's Ambulance CPR St. John's Ambulance Baby First Aid There are many other good resources out there, taking 5 minutes to read one of them could make all the difference to someone that you care about. Have a happy and safe Christmas everybody!


St Johns ambulance have them on their website too for non-welsh people.... Delivery can take a week or two, but great additions to first aid kits

Wales 2016 football kit ages 2-4 - £5 @ JD Sports Wales Football Shop (Free C&C)
Found 11th Oct 2017Found 11th Oct 2017
Kids Wales football kit

great deal grow up guys.


Come in handy for the guy on bonfire night


My local is right next to Iceland, I'll be able to kill 2 birds with 1 stone. Thanks.


Remember when wales were celebrating England going out of the euros? Karma.


Perfect for Halloween? 🎃 terrifying! 👻

Wales FA home shirt now £20 JD Sports
LocalLocalFound 9th Oct 2017Found 9th Oct 2017
Found these ready for tonight if anybody’s quick and local. Reduced from £55 Also tracksuit from £95 down to £60

Always stick up for our Celtic Cousins :D


Appreciate. Currently watching. Wales I think had the better half but Ireland dangerous on the break


I to was in the RAF (at Lossiemouth ) ands subsequently on detachment at Leuchars , Macrihanish and Kinloss . always the same sadly , even seen it nearly come to blows in the Sergeants Mess :( The Jocks sadly have a massive chip on their collective shoulder , which combined with a petulant inferiority complex make them an unsavoury bunch when it come to International Football . I have had many sociable nights ruined watching England while living in Scotland by sober (as well as drunk ) Scots "fans " . If you haven't experienced it - you wouldn't want to (especially with your family) ! The perception of jolly Scots fans in kilts having a good time is certainly not true in Scotland when England are playing (Zaire I think it was !) I have never seen this in England, whether its football or rugby we English always support the Home Nations (unless England are playing one of them) To be fair English fans have nothing to be proud of abroad , but if Scots can't at least be civil to the English in Scotland when England are playing a world cup match is pretty sad and juvenile . Football rant over - I loved Scotland , still have many Scots mates , loved the golf there , the scenery etc - but could never work out why the Scots felt so inferior to the English - None of my Scots pals could explain it either - but acknowledged it was a fact . :(


heat added and thats coming from a Irish supporter Would love Wales to get through, but only a little bit more I want Ireland to get through to the next round, even if its only the playoffs


+1!!!! I was in the RAF for over a decade and saw this at every opportunity they had. It’s a shame to tarnish them all with the same attitude but I honestly never saw a different reaction from any Scots during any match or tournament other than what’s written above. Not whilst I lived in Scotland or whilst I was watching matches in England with my Scottish colleagues/friends. Should always want any home team to do well except like mentioned above when it’s a local derby style match. I love Scotland and everything that goes with it except for this one small gripe of their attitude towards English football matches. Better together 😜👊🏻

ASDA 10pack 5w dimmable LED GU10 Bulb's £4.17 instore  Barry, South Wales
Found 20th Sep 2017Found 20th Sep 2017
Founds these bulbs on sale in ASDA Barry, South Wales. Normally £20. Not sure if this is a local deal but seems a bargain for dimmable bulbs. There was at least 10 packs there when… Read more

Still full price at my local Asda


All gone


Good led's dim well and bright , equal to 50 watt halogen.


Available Belfast got last week for £5 £4.17 even better!!


I'll go and get it tomorrow. Thanks

JD Wetherspoon’s pubs in England, Wales and Northern Ireland will be cutting the price of all food and drink by 7.5 per cent on Wednesday 20 September.
Found 7th Sep 2017Found 7th Sep 2017
A heads-up that JDW will be knocking off 7.5% from all food and drink prices on Wednesday 20th September 2017 as part of their campaign on fairer VAT pricing.

Should join the new debate going on....


Jimbo, I'm getting worried about you. Are you okay? Are you so rich and drunk on power from "taking back control" than you've transcended us normal folk? We could really do with your help: You know the NHS which was already suffering as it was? Under the Tory government who's implementing Brexit for everyone? Well it's getting even worse see. People are actually dying as a result. Maybe you have a solution? Could you ask Farage? I'd really appreciate it mate. Cheers Jimbo, love to you and yours.


Here's more of that rough ride at the start. Looking forward to hearing where the good news will be coming from Jimbo. Show us that silver lining.


Hi Jimbo. Really hope you're well. I've just seen the following: ..and just wanted to know if this is the new, majestic Britain you voted for that we all have to live with? Since you're so confident about how amazing everything is going to be, even though this is just the tip of the iceberg of sh*t we're going to hit in a few years, I'm really looking forward to all those signs everything is in fact going to be okay. I'm ready when you are Jimbo. Please don't go all quiet. You were so vocal before.


Things aren't looking great, unfortunately. It's almost like the UK was thinking it could severely punch above its weight in dealing with one of the biggest political unions on the planet: Still looking forward to hearing your answers to all of the above Jim. You wanted this for all of us, after all. Genuinely, all the best to you and yours. Hope to hear from you soon.

Moldova v Wales Free For ALL Sky Customers on Sky Sports Mix Tuesday
Found 4th Sep 2017Found 4th Sep 2017
The WCQ between Moldova and Wales is free for all Sky customers on channel 121 Sky Sports Mix this coming Tuesday. Kick off is 7:45pm.

Thanks for that chimp, was looking for a sports 24hr deal for the inevitable Scottish nail biter. :o


Yep , def on S4C tomorrow night


Just a heads up. I watched Saturday's game on s4c. It has Welsh commentary but I can handle that as I don't have sky. I'm not sure if tomorrow's game is on s4c but it's worth a check if you haven't got sky. Heat added by the way for the heads up to sky customers. (highfive)


Why cold? If you have sky but not sky sports, this is free. How can people complain


Hence why I put 'free' ? It's a channel that you don't pay extra for. You pay extra for any other Sky Sports channel.

Free CADW events in Wales on Saturday 23rd September 2017
Found 26th Aug 2017Found 26th Aug 2017
Take a peek inside some of the most interesting building throughout Wales this September! Many ‘unseen gems’ that are not usually open to the public along with very well know… Read more
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Nice work mate, thanks.


Hope this link works,-4.8630477,8z/data=!3m1!4b1 I've also added a screenshot


Shame there's no map view. Can't be bothered to cut and paste every property name into Google.


S Sssh, don't tell everyone. The amount of money I've saved over the last few years with CSSC has been considerable.


Thanks. Will be a nice day out

Hynt Card  - disabled carers pass for theatre and arts venues in Wales (similar to CEA card)
Found 27th Jul 2017Found 27th Jul 2017
what is hynt? Hynt is a national access scheme that works with theatres and arts centres in Wales to make sure there is a consistent offer available for visitors with an impairment… Read more

I agree - the mobility component of PIP etc should be taken into consideration - would it be worth contacting the Welsh Arts Council regarding this to see if there is anything they can do to address what is a failing as mobility can be a major barrier to access if a carer isn't present to assist.


Thank you. There are two issues regarding the scheme that are problematic. They dont take the mobility component as a qualifying criteria. Which is extremely short-sighted as mobility, does also include a care and companion element to it. Forcing people who have low DLA care rate, or Standard or Enhanced mobility. To have to go through a wholly inappropriate arbitration process. Which they know isn't fit for purpose, having to lay down in great detail why they need a carer. Despite having mobility and low care component demonstrating the need for one. Then there is the issue of people who do not receive any disability benefit whatsoever having to get letters from GP's who will charge for them. If they will provide one in the first place. No system is perfect but there are so many flaws. Did challenge them but they believe their model is right, despite other institutions providing guidance it isn't. Good to let people know :)


I had no difficulty getting the Hynt card - application IO thought was easy and the card came quickly so sorry you had difficulty Damster. The two theatres within easy travelling distance accept the card with no issues and have registered it to me so easy to make telephone bookings. I find it easy to show the card rather than having to take other documentation but agree most places will give concessions for carers if you ask. I have used it in England too and have had it accepted as proof of eligibility. Amour 3k - I actually think it's better than the CEA card as I prefer the theatre and the card is free!


You don't need the card to obtain a free carer ticket. Awfully run scheme, despite huge issues regarding eligibility. Have failed to listen to concerns brushing aside complaints of flaws in the application process. Fundamentally flawed arbitration process should you not automatically meet the criteria. Just explain why you need a carer to a theatre, ask for a "reasonable adjustment" generally ensures you will receive a career ticket free. Also check to see if local councils have better run schemes for regional theatres. Some are easier to apply for.


OP .. "similar to the CEA card"? That's both a yes, and a no?, hehehe, as the CEA card you need to pay for ... Whereas the Wale's equivalent HYNT card you don't?, lol. But a VERY COOL freebie to be had though?, for those that can get of course etc etc? (London, take note ... ) :-)

Wales WRU 2016/17 Home Replica Rugby Shirt - Men £16, Kids £8 + £3.95 del @ Lovell Rugby
Found 20th Jul 2017Found 20th Jul 2017
Red home shirt £16 sizes S - XXL Black away shirt £18 s… Read more

Who would want an Admiral T-Shirt?


This is the price kids shirts should be anyway IMO. Shouldn't cost a fortune for the little ones to show their support.


Good deal


Worst Wales shirt ever.


Strange then that the last 3 lions players of the tournament have been Welsh I will not even mention recent lions captains

Found 6th Jul 2017Found 6th Jul 2017
Free weekend bus travel for everyone on TrawsCymru from now (July 2017) until May 2018 as part of a Welsh Government pilot to stimulate bus use The pilot, which will apply to all … Read more
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Not sure. The media reported it was "May 2018" Other articles say, "When fund runs out" The main site says still running.


Is that beginning or end of may do you know?


Still running until May 2018


Awesome just seen this will use to get to Barmouth. thanks


Do ewe mean to say ewe are jealous ?

Playmobil Figures blind bags - pink and black 99p at Home Bargains Bangor, North Wales
Found 29th Jun 2017Found 29th Jun 2017
These Playmobil figures blind bags were 99p in Home Bargains in Bangor, North Wales today. May be in other stores too.

Pretty awesome way to get some extra ghosts to go with the Ghostbusters sets. It's the easiest figure to feel for.


Had these for a few weeks now series 10 we have almost all of them now

Wales Replica Kids Jersey £12 / £15.95 delivered @ Lovell rugby
Found 11th Jun 2017Found 11th Jun 2017
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For my kids just to clarify.. I'm not a really little man. Honest


Cold?! Come March, I'll be glad of this. Good find


That is a good price for a Rugby Shirt. They're normally around the £50 mark. Lovell are a good company I've used them before. Heat given as to the price.

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