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Original Poster

T&Cs:

How to get your £50 of free shopping using code JANSUB50

This is pretty simple but there are a few hoops to jump through first:

Hoop 1: You'll need to have your first delivery by 12 February 2010.

Hoop 2: You'll need to order 4 consecutive weekly deliveries (including a fruit and veg box set up as 'every week' delivery)

Hoop 3: Each delivery must be over £15 (excluding our 99p delivery charge).

Hoop 4: At checkout, quote code JANSUB50

and the small print:
This offer is just for new customers, and we can only give one £50 credit per household. We'll credit your account with the money the day before your 5th order is delivered. The money can be spent on anything you like fro our shop, but you need to spend it by 6th March 2010. Unfortunately we can't give you cash as an alternative, and the offer can't be used with any of our other offers.

op do you know if it has do be a box containing fruit and veg ordered weekly or a fruit and/or veg box?

Thanks

Thanks t0m

Is this for veg only?

Just to confirm, do you order 5 weeks at £15 and THEN they give you £50 credit to use afterwards?

mazzmary;7511833

Just to confirm, do you order 5 weeks at £15 and THEN they give you £50 c … Just to confirm, do you order 5 weeks at £15 and THEN they give you £50 credit to use afterwards?



In the booklet I got it said you had to make 4 consecutive orders, then you would be credited just before your 5th - so I don't know if the 5th has to actually meet that £15 requirement. But yes, you get it as credit to use in the future (maybe the 5th will come out of your credit?).

Sounds good.

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Just to be clear.

THE OP IS INCORRECT!

you have to spend at least £80 incl delivery to get £50 account CREDIT

I have used them with an offer like and you dont get a lot for your money and certainly wouldnt take it up as a new customer.

Anyway, cold from me as title is really misleading. Its basically wrong!

does this mean that you get 50 pounds off afterwards towards future food or is it back credited to what you have already spent?

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ak4the7;7562180

does this mean that you get 50 pounds off afterwards towards future food … does this mean that you get 50 pounds off afterwards towards future food or is it back credited to what you have already spent?


did you even read the thread? :whistling:

'The money can be spent on anything you like fro our shop, but you need to spend it by 6th March 2010. Unfortunately we can't give you cash as an alternative'

COLD - YOU CAN'T GET THE CASH BACK AS STATED BY THE OP

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paul.jacobs;7571620

'The money can be spent on anything you like fro our shop, but you need … 'The money can be spent on anything you like fro our shop, but you need to spend it by 6th March 2010. Unfortunately we can't give you cash as an alternative'COLD - YOU CAN'T GET THE CASH BACK AS STATED BY THE OP


WHERE DOES THE OP STATE YOU GET THE CASH BACK. IN FACT, the OP states the complete opposite! :whistling:

I have just signed up and the code was accepted.

"Receive £50 credit after your 4th consecutive box delivery"

So it seems quite simple...

Order at least a fruit and veg box (starting at £10.95 for 1 person). If needed add in a few extras to take the order over £15. I added eggs and milk.

Place 4 orders as per above and then get a £50 credit. So you do need a 5th order but only so as to use up the credit. You could then get some meats etc for the freezer.

So it seems to be spend minimum £15.99 (99p shipping) 4 times = £63.96 and get a £50 credit. We always need eggs, milk, fruit and veg etc so good to be buying local produce while taking part in this offer.

Heat from me!

Original Poster

I clarified with A&C - you just need one fruit OR veg box (or a combination) and these start at £5.99. You can then top your shopping up to be £15 with any of their other goods.

As it happens, the cost is more like £60 + 5x99p delivery because you only pay for the first 4 deliveries. Your credit is applied the day before your 5th delivery, meaning that your credit will actually contribute towards your 5th delivery.

Better deal than I had originally thought!

Just had my £50 credit applied so it will cover this Thursday and the next which is great.

The organic fruit is fantastic! And I got a shoulder of pork last week that was delicious. I will keep using them after the credit is used up.

Hey, I am actually away this weekend and next so was trying to see what I could get that would have a good shelf life and I found the ideal item! Gift Vouchers! I have added 5 £10 vouchers and it confirms the order as being discounted by £50 so costing me £0.00.

So then I can use them as and when I want in the future with no time limit (apart from the 12 month expiry on the vouchers).

I will keep ordering monthly but this means I don't have to get a Thursday delivery that might go off as I will be away.
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