Tesco at Castledean Bournemouth never seem to have available the free offers. Front page of the Express says FREE seven seas food supplement for every reader. None available at 4pm today. I was told that if i came in on Sunday 17th some would be available, but a few months ago there was a similar offer but for a different product and when i went in on the Sunday was told that they had sold them all on the Saturday?????? very odd.
FREE PAMPER TREATMENT OR £10 GIFT VOUCHER with Daily Express
Mines does,and I use more than 1 for large shop,Just by putting £30 of shopping through at a time.:thumbsup: Also a voucher in each paper for 10p off the price of paper,so you pay 25p for any additional copies you need.:-D
Great Voucher, just off to use mine Thanks
Would I be correct in assuming Tesco will accept the voucher?
Starts in todays paper. Voucher is in every day upto and including Friday November 27th. Might be better buying Monday's paper because it's probably cheaper on a weekday!
Free Bottle of Pepsi Voucher in Todays Daily Express - redeem at Superdrug
Still leaves £23.04 flash money. 23/10 for the draw. Not a bad shout. I'm erring slightly towards Poland, all day to think about it. Good luck. (y)
Reinvested a whole €5 of it on a draw in the Sweden - Poland game later. Thanks for the heads-up, OP.
Well done. A few notes for your pocket will make some nice walking around money. :)
Safe to bank on England boring their way to a win... The game was on 10 corners for the last 12 minutes or so. Was a little worried, lol!
Posted 10th Mar 2017Posted 10th Mar 2017
FREE Pizza Express Salad Dressing with Daily Express on Saturday
I've just seen an advert on TV, the Daily Express are giving away a free bottle of Pizza Express salad dressing (worth £1.99) with tomorrows paper.
Good to know. The connection is made quite consistently (and wrongly) by those who suggest the Express is peddling "hate". The Express is well know for its editorial stance against open borders and membership of the EU. Perhaps you could explain to us how buying the Express funds "hate"?
no matter where you go on the internet, there's always an ignorant person hahaha :D
I don't recall mentioning the EU. Being anti-EU as far as I am concerned isn't being racist. I find it very interesting that you should make that connection however.
Yes, because anyone who doesn't agree with open borders and membership of the European Union is automatically hateful.
Posted 18th Nov 2016Posted 18th Nov 2016LocalLocal
£5 off a £30 spend at PEACOCKS Voucher - Online and In store - Plus Free bottle of London Glory Ale Voucher (Worth £1.79) redeemable at TESCO - DAILY EXPRESS Saturday (80p)£0.80
There are TWO vouchers in Saturday's Daily Express (80p) on page 32 £5 off a £30 spend at Peacocks In Store and Online The online code should be generic 20% off all full price it… Read more
Only 4 horses died this year, still it's such a laugh to win a few quid...
Instore only. Details here
I think it's instore only. Only free online one I'm aware of is SJ - the rest are instore bets with the newspapers today.
Is there a code ? link ?
Posted 1st Apr 2016Posted 1st Apr 2016
Get tomorrows Daily Express for half price at just 45p£0.45
Tomorrow, you can get the Daily Express for half the price, that's just 45p as an alternative to 90p. Packed with the latest news, sport, entertainment and lots more including a te… Read more
I take it you've finished reading your copy of the Beano then?
I'd stick to toilet paper, this stuff will make u bleed http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Daily_Express
why does anyone pay anything for yesterday's news printed?
I'm tempted, but it depends what the headline is - Hottest summer ever / coldest summer ever Pensions Statins Diabetes Immigrants Everybody wants to leave the EU (cos we asked 5 people who want to leave the EU) Or Hotter summers if we leave the EU and stop those nasty immigrants coming over here and stealing our Statins, Diabetes, and of course our Pensions :p
I see the Sun readers (and I say 'readers' very loosely) are out in force.Are there no cartoons on Sky tonight ladies?
Posted 8th Jan 2016Posted 8th Jan 2016
100+ photos of Holly Willoughby online Daily Express thanks to FHM
FHM magazine's last edition is out to buy, Holly Willoughby adorns the front cover and pages inside in a black and white shoot. So the Daily Express celebrates with some preview sh… Read more
Yes - it explains (in a not-at-all xenophobic dramatisation) how she was murdered by a group of asylum seekers and other assorted immigrants (apparently the first step in a concerted plot to take over Britain)... ;)
does this come with a free 'Princess Diana was murdered' magazine?
Add items that fit the terms of the deal, and go to the shopping basket page.
You should see a listing of the items you have selected and you should also see a box marked “Do you have an offer code?”
Enter the code that you noted down earlier in the box and press the “Apply” button.
The subtotal should have been reduced according to the terms of the deal, leaving you free to checkout and enjoy your savings.
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The Daily Express started life in 1900, when it was introduced as a quality broadsheet by publisher Sir Arthur Pearson. However, the paper’s golden age began when it was sold to Canadian newspaper mogul Lord Beaverbrook, in 1916. Soon, the Express was selling millions of copies every day (and pioneering ideas like the daily crossword puzzle in the process).
By 1949, circulation had soared to around 4 million copies per day, and the Express continued to set the trend for national papers. It was one of the first papers to offer colour cartoons (including Rupert the Bear), and continued to attract a huge readership.
However, the newspaper needed to reinvent itself in the 70s and 80s, under pressure from the Sun and the Daily Mail. It reduced its size to tabloid format, seeing reader numbers boom again. Bought by magazine publisher Richard Desmond in 2000, the Express now has a huge online presence, as well as almost half a million print readers.
Where to Buy Express Products
The Express can be purchased from almost any newsagent, anywhere in the UK, an you can also read it online at www.express.co.uk.
What Readers Will Find at Express.co.uk
As you’d expect from a paper that has set trends for its entire existence, the Express has an easy to navigate website which delivers plenty of content to visitors. Sections include:
News – Including national and international breaking news stories, as well as special sections for science, politics, nature, royal affairs, weather, weird happenings, history and obituaries. There’s also an individual news section for Scottish readers.
Sports – Includes in depth coverage of Premier League football, cricket, tennis, golf, horse racing, boxing, UFC, F1, rugby and plenty of other sports.
Showbiz & TV – A popular section featuring TV listings, reviews and up to the minute celebrity news.
Comment – Includes pieces by the Express’ comment team, including leaders, individual columnists and “beachcomber”, the daily comment diary.
Finance – Features news from the business world as well as personal finance articles and a section dedicated to retirees.
Travel – Includes sections on cruises, activity holidays, beach holidays, city breaks, short breaks and travel news.
Entertainment – Includes video games, films, theatre, books, music and puzzles.
Life & Style – Includes health, cars, gardening, life, fashion, food, diets, competitions, technology, property news, weekend features and regular “top 10 facts2 articles.
The Express Store is the place to go for special reader offers, with a huge range of products (that is constantly changing), each one discounted for Express readers to purchase. There’s also a section called Daily Express Select, which features a smaller selection of rotating deals, focusing on health and fashion products.
If you’d like to purchase a cut-price subscription to the Express, the place to look is the HotUKDeals Express listings, where all of the paper’s deals are featured as soon as they become available.
Purchasing Products from Express.co.uk
If you’d like to buy a subscription to the mobile and tablet optimised edition of the Daily Express, you can do so via the main Daily Express site. Just download the app and select the 14 day free trial. When that trial expires, you’ll be asked whether you’d like to extend your subscription for periods from three months to one year.
If you want to purchase items from the Daily Express Shop, just visit the Shop website and start adding items to your basket as you would at any online store. You’ll need to provide a few basic details, but checking out shouldn’t take more than a couple of minutes.
Payment Methods Accepted by the Daily Express
The Daily Express Shop and Select store accept the following payment methods: VISA, Mastercard, VISA Debit and Maestro. Each payment is protected by the Thawte security system, so there should be no theft of your personal data.
Shipping Options from the Express Shop
The Express mobile or tablet edition can be delivered as a daily download that is automatically sent to your device, so no shipping is involved. Alternatively, you can arrange with your local newsagent to purchase a print copy, and each shop will have their own delivery options and payment methods.
If you are ordering from the Daily Express Shop, the paper states that suppliers will try to deliver all items within 14 working days of your order being placed (you should be notified if there is going to be a delay to this schedule).
The Express Shop’s Returns Policy
Any items bought from the Express Shop can be cancelled within seven days of receipt, providing they have not been opened. However, customers don’t deal directly with the Express’ customer service team. Instead, you’ll need to contact the supplier who provided the product.
When you have contacted the supplier, you then have 30 days to send the item(s) back to the supplier, before the cancellation becomes void, which should be plenty of time to sort out postage arrangements.
Follow the Daily Express on Social Media
Whether you want to keep up with the latest world news or just stay in touch with celebrity gossip, the Express runs a variety of entertaining and informative social media channels. You can find them at:
For bargain hunters, there’s also the option to sign up for the Daily Express newsletter, which provides details about travel, fashion, garden and book deals on an almost daily basis. You can find a sign-up form on the left hand side of the Express Shop front page.
Contacting the Daily Express
There are several ways to get in touch with the Express, so choose the right one depending on whether you are interested in the paper or the shopping site. You can reach the company via:
Phone: 020 86127000 (for queries relating to the Express Shop and general enquiries regarding the Express)
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Whether you are a long-term fan of the Daily Express or you just want to check out their reader discounts, be sure to bookmark the Daily Express HotUKDeals listings, where you’ll find discounted subscriptions and plenty of travel, fashion, home and garden offers as well.