£20 off First Grocery Orders Over £60  using voucher code @ Sainsbury's Grocery
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£20 off First Grocery Orders Over £60 using voucher code @ Sainsbury's Grocery

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Thank you buddy, I missed the other £20 deal so im real happy i can check out now.
ashkayuk

Thank you buddy, I missed the other £20 deal so im real happy i can check … Thank you buddy, I missed the other £20 deal so im real happy i can check out now.


No problem
Thanks I too missed out on the other code which has now expired


Worked, great.... thanks
Edited by: "Shayno" 4th Aug 2014
Shayno

Thanks I too missed out on the other code which has now expiredWorked, … Thanks I too missed out on the other code which has now expiredWorked, great.... thanks


You're welcome
Where do I put the code in?
Shayleesienna

Where do I put the code in?



Its called e-coupon, its on one of the checkout pages. Look carefully as you might miss it
Voted hot, perfect for my Leeds Shop - can't go wrong with 30% off food and alcohol.
Super...thanks
Thanks! Half Price beef joints at the moment.
tyvn1

Super...thanks


garyobargains

Thanks! Half Price beef joints at the moment.


No problem

Just seen the half price beef joints too.......mmmmmm.....:)
Absolute beauty. Ive had to lay low with tesco after doing around 20 "new customer" shops with them. Now switched fire to Saintsbury's. £20 should get a few out of them haha

Ive had to lay low with tesco after doing around 20 "new customer" shops … Ive had to lay low with tesco after doing around 20 "new customer" shops with them



'lay low' lol
Only lets you use it if there min 60 spend on non-beer/ spirits in the trolley!
po57405k

Absolute beauty. Ive had to lay low with tesco after doing around 20 "new … Absolute beauty. Ive had to lay low with tesco after doing around 20 "new customer" shops with them. Now switched fire to Saintsbury's. £20 should get a few out of them haha


Wow 20 new customer shops that's impressive! I thought I was pushing it
Thx, that code worked a treat. A £20 saving on my shopping!!! FAB!
How do u get this to work iv tried twice and keeps telling me I haven't meet minimal spend but my basket is £60.01
rosiehorlock

How do u get this to work iv tried twice and keeps telling me I haven't … How do u get this to work iv tried twice and keeps telling me I haven't meet minimal spend but my basket is £60.01

Is that including a delivery fee? If so get more groceries to bring it over £60:00, excluding delivery fee, bringing it to the total valid for the promotion. Hope this helps. p.s. alcohol product purchases are not valid in the inclusion of the minimum spend amount promotion, see mx12's comment #13.
rosiehorlock

How do u get this to work iv tried twice and keeps telling me I haven't … How do u get this to work iv tried twice and keeps telling me I haven't meet minimal spend but my basket is £60.01


Yes as said above I think certain items like alcohol are excluded from the promotion so try get £60 groceries then add your booze on top
Awesome deal! Thanks OP as I've had offers, via coupons delivered & other similar promos, in the past. Never used them but will with this as it's great. Just over a 33% saving on a £60.00 shopping basket can't be ignored. Heat added
Edited by: "Darnugame" 17th Aug 2014
Order number

Your order number is ********


Order summary


Items in your trolley
£60.70

Delivery cost
£3.99

Voucher savings
-£20.00

Other savings
-£22.40

Total cost
£44.69: I've saved £42:40 in total as of this voucher & products promotions too. Paying around half normal price even with a £3.99 delivery charge inclusive of the original total. Well pleased, again thanks OP & others for pointing out some promotions on here. A brilliant deal. Cheers




Edited by: "Darnugame" 17th Aug 2014
Darnugame

Order numberYour order number is ******** Order summaryItems in your … Order numberYour order number is ******** Order summaryItems in your trolley£60.70 Delivery cost£3.99 Voucher savings-£20.00 Other savings-£22.40 Total cost£44.69: I've saved £42:40 in total as of this voucher & products promotions too. Paying around half normal price even with a £3.99 delivery charge inclusive of the original total. Well pleased, again thanks OP & others for pointing out some promotions on here. A brilliant deal. Cheers


Nice one Darnugame
Edward_Nigma

Nice one Darnugame

Loving this, £30:00 roughly for groceries that amount to roughly £100:00, as follows the explanation: Nectar also sent me an email too with a promotional 3000 bonus points online voucher link up (& another 50 for doing it there each time) as of the 1st time shop with Sainsburys online too ! Another £15:00 in value to spend at multiple outlets ! I used it then phoned Nectar C. S. & they confirmed I'd get that on my Nectar account within 60 days, very nice. Plus points due added from the groceries bill there too. p.s. That's a few beers I owe you Edward_Nigma. Cheers.


Edited by: "Darnugame" 18th Aug 2014
3,000 points on your first online grocery shop when you spend £60 or more* excluding delivery


3,000 points on your first online grocery shop

...more

Voucher code: **********

Offer ends: 13-09-2014
Darnugame

Loving this, £30:00 roughly for groceries that amount to roughly … Loving this, £30:00 roughly for groceries that amount to roughly £100:00, as follows the explanation: Nectar also sent me an email too with a promotional 3000 bonus points online voucher link up (& another 50 for doing it there each time) as of the 1st time shop with Sainsburys online too ! Another £15:00 in value to spend at multiple outlets ! I used it then phoned Nectar C. S. & they confirmed I'd get that on my Nectar account within 60 days, very nice. Plus points due added from the groceries bill there too. p.s. That's a few beers I owe you Edward_Nigma. Cheers.


That's awesome mate well done

I have found Sainsburys really good for continuing to send you vouchers after your first order too. I have received £10 off a £40 shop for next 4 shops plus free delivery over £50 which is nice, so keep an eye on your inbox once your first oorderhas been delivered
Edited by: "Edward_Nigma" 19th Aug 2014
Thank you!!!
Edward_Nigma

Yes as said above I think certain items like alcohol are excluded from … Yes as said above I think certain items like alcohol are excluded from the promotion so try get £60 groceries then add your booze on top


Help using evouchers and list of exclusions

When using a promotional money-off voucher the value of the goods other than spirits, liqueurs or wine during a buy 6 save 25% multibuy offer must be at least equal to the money off offered by the promotional voucher.

This is to ensure that your order complies with recent government legislation regarding the sale of alcohol.

To redeem your evoucher you will need to add non-excluded items to your basket to meet the saving indicated on your voucher.

For example, if you have a £5 off £50 voucher, you need to add £5 worth of items that are not on the list of exclusions below:

Spirits and liqueurs
Wine during a buy 6 save 25% multibuy offer
First stage baby formula products
Tobacco and related products


When using a promotional evoucher the following items do not count towards the voucher’s qualifying spend: infant formula, tobacco and related products, gift vouchers, savings or postage stamps, mobile phone vouchers, phone cards or charity products. For example, if you have a £5 off £50 voucher, you need to spend £50 on items other than those listed above.

To sum up, when using this voucher, you need to spend £20 on groceries in addition to your excluded alcohol.



Edited by: "bazr" 20th Aug 2014
Darnugame

Help using evouchers and list of exclusionsWhen using a promotional … Help using evouchers and list of exclusionsWhen using a promotional money-off voucher the value of the goods other than spirits, liqueurs or wine during a buy 6 save 25% multibuy offer must be at least equal to the money off offered by the promotional voucher.This is to ensure that your order complies with recent government legislation regarding the sale of alcohol.To redeem your evoucher you will need to add non-excluded items to your basket to meet the saving indicated on your voucher. For example, if you have a £5 off £50 voucher, you need to add £5 worth of items that are not on the list of exclusions below: Spirits and liqueurs Wine during a buy 6 save 25% multibuy offer First stage baby formula products Tobacco and related productsWhen using a promotional evoucher the following items do not count towards the voucher’s qualifying spend: infant formula, tobacco and related products, gift vouchers, savings or postage stamps, mobile phone vouchers, phone cards or charity products. For example, if you have a £5 off £50 voucher, you need to spend £50 on items other than those listed above.To sum up, when using this voucher, you need to spend £20 on groceries in addition to your excluded alcohol.

Mrm, no. Your primary buy to qualify is £60:00 of groceries. They're the qualifying products & anything beyond isn't discounted, only the groceries original valuation obviously. Of course there's deals within the groceries & pre discounting them set the required qualifying amount total & then they're deducted, after the minimum qualifying amount's reached. That's it in plain maths without side tracking, £60:00 in original valuations of qualifying groceries pre promotions discount. This promotion's basically that as alcohol products are excluded in qualification of this promotion entirely.
Darnugame

Mrm, no. Your primary buy to qualify is £60:00 of groceries. They're … Mrm, no. Your primary buy to qualify is £60:00 of groceries. They're the qualifying products & anything beyond isn't discounted, only the groceries original valuation obviously. Of course there's deals within the groceries & pre discounting them set the required qualifying amount total & then they're deducted, after the minimum qualifying amount's reached. That's it in plain maths without side tracking, £60:00 in original valuations of qualifying groceries pre promotions discount. This promotion's basically that as alcohol products are excluded in qualification of this promotion entirely.


Actually, what i have posted is correct, the information i supplied is a word for word copy and paste taken directly from sainsburys website:
help.sainsburys.co.uk/hel…ons

Hi! Very big thank you!!!!!!!!!
bazr

Actually, what i have posted is correct, the information i supplied is a … Actually, what i have posted is correct, the information i supplied is a word for word copy and paste taken directly from sainsburys website:http://help.sainsburys.co.uk/help/ordering/help-vouchers-exclusions

Of course I knew you'd did that & basically that's the problem, where your info comes from, a copy of their original you've posted on here to help others. My point was it contradicts the terms of the headline of the offer. The "small print", you've copied & pasted, is contradictive in effect to that. As you know a lot of people don't read the small print, particularly when it's for a saving. If you read an earlier post of mine you'll see I got two offers on this, the other being £15:00 in nectar points. This was unexpected on my part of course. Now in the "small print" that's not allowed, I phoned separately both Sainsburys' & their Nectar care lines & its been verified that it's validated. I'm not going to start reading them back their guidelines as they're where they originate from. Contradictive terms, the small print isn't correct then, so it's not 100% effective as a guideline in terms & conditions of the agreement. It's not about I or you being correct, it's about guidelines not shown in the main or indeed being enforced. Ultimately their rules are flawed & so are not "correct". Hope you get my point now?.

Edited by: "Darnugame" 21st Aug 2014
Darnugame

Of course I knew you'd did that. My point was it contradicts the terms … Of course I knew you'd did that. My point was it contradicts the terms of the headline of the offer. The "small print", you've copied & pasted, is contradictive in effect to that. As you know a lot of people don't read the small print, particularly when it's for a saving. If you read an earlier post of mine you'll see I got two offers on this, the other being £15:00 in nectar points. This was unexpected on my part of course. Now in the "small print" that's not allowed, I phoned separately both Sainsburys' & their Nectar care lines & its been verified that it's valid. Contradictive terms, the small print isn't correct then, so it's not 100% effective as a guideline in terms & conditions of the agreement. Hope you get my point now?.


Ok i get your point that the small print isn't 100% effective as a guideline, but i have made a transaction using those guidelines and spent £21 on groceries, plus £45 on 3 x 1ltr bottles of vodka that are on offer and the £20 off discount code was then accepted, so maybe that could be used as a guideline to anybody wishing to buy alcohol and make use of this voucher.
bazr

Ok i get your point that the small print isn't 100% effective as a … Ok i get your point that the small print isn't 100% effective as a guideline, but i have made a transaction using those guidelines and spent £21 on groceries, plus £45 on 3 x 1ltr bottles of vodka that are on offer and the £20 off discount code was then accepted, so maybe that could be used as a guideline to anybody wishing to buy alcohol and make use of this voucher.

Well in that scenario you were lucky that the guidelines weren't adhered to by the originator as Sainsbury's C. S. would tell you & have said to me via phone that alcohol doesn't qualify. Their rules / guidelines are wrong then, not I or you as we've benefited. You being able to add non qualifying products & I getting a further £15:00 in Nectar points as the guidelines aren't correctly, never mind effectively, enforced. You should've detailed this before so that I & others knew you'd got non qualifying products to achieve the promotional offered discount of £20:00. p.s. That's a great incorrect, contrary, wrongly qualifying deal you got, nice one.
Edited by: "Darnugame" 21st Aug 2014
Much appreciated, love a free £20 just for ordering online
Worked for me today. Thank you!
Does anyone know when this will expire?
I just got 2 cases of koppaberg, a George forman and about £23 0f groceries for 40 (43 inc del)!

cheers :-)

HUKDUSER94

Does anyone know when this will expire?


Hi, it expires next Sunday (31st August)
Nope, it is expired now. Which I learnt to my horror after spending three hours musing over shop. Oh well, I have printed the list and will use the vouchers they sent me, £6 off £30 and split it over two weeks so it'll be £12 off £60.
worked for me fine thanks
When did it work Anita, did you do the shop yesterday?
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