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Free Innocent Super Smoothie / Always Underwear 10 Pack / Dentalife / Plant Butter / Hydrosport Drink / Tampax with online shop @ Sainsburys
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Free Innocent Super Smoothie / Always Underwear 10 Pack / Dentalife / Plant Butter / Hydrosport Drink / Tampax with online shop @ Sainsburys

Sainsbury's Discount Codes
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Posted 25th Aug
You can currently get 6 freebies (worth £17.05) when doing an online shop at Sainsbury's. All the products are linked below with the associated voucher code you will need to apply for each product at checkout.

Innocent Super Smoothie - Apply the code FREESMOOTHIES at checkout
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Always Discreet Incontinence Pants - Apply the code 1FREEALWAYS at checkout
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Dentalife 10 Pack - Apply the code FREEDENTALIFE at checkout
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Plant Butter -Apply the code FREEFLORA at checkout
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Monster Hydrosport - Apply the code FREEHYDROSPORT at checkout
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Tampax 18 Pack - Apply the code FREETAMPAX at checkout
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I thought it said an innocent smoothie with an underwear taste Just an idea ????
Even if you can’t benefit from this stuff and you order from Sainsbury’s, perhaps think about donating stuff like period products and the dog treats to shelters.
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I thought it said an innocent smoothie with an underwear taste Just an idea ????
Thanks!
do you need to put item in basket first?
suziduggan25/08/2020 09:35

do you need to put item in basket first?


YesI found the beat way to do it to ensure you get the correct products is to login to your account and make sure you are in your order then click each link to get the correct product and add to basket then add the coupon. Hope this helps
Many thanks will give it a go
Thanks a lot for this. Just a heads up. Dentalife deducted £1 rather then £1.30 and Hydrosport deducted £1.25 rather than £1.70
Thanks. No flora butter or hydrosport avail but all the others are for me. Great offers where did you find the information for these offers as will have to look out for them.
abombolo25/08/2020 14:34

Thanks a lot for this. Just a heads up. Dentalife deducted £1 rather then …Thanks a lot for this. Just a heads up. Dentalife deducted £1 rather then £1.30 and Hydrosport deducted £1.25 rather than £1.70


Ditto and the smoothie £1.88 and not £1.90. Strange as a coupon of lesser amount usually happens if you checkout and then return to make changes to the order, I now wait until full order being placed before entering codes.
Worked for me thanks
Thanks. Crazy amount/value of freebies, mainly due to the Always. The only one not valid for next Tuesday was the energy drink, means a £24.65 C&C / home delivery with pass is possible! Seems the expected amounts came off for me.

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Thanks OP. Was a struggle to get coupons recognised then found out that it required me to have 2 cans of Monster for voucher to work
Thanks, all worked for me. Does anyone know what happens if they substitute the item? Do you still get it free if it's the same price?
Satan_Claws31/08/2020 13:40

Thanks, all worked for me. Does anyone know what happens if they …Thanks, all worked for me. Does anyone know what happens if they substitute the item? Do you still get it free if it's the same price?


I *think* they match it on the regular price......so I generally disable all subs for freebies to avoid any issue. Happy for someone to correct update me (as always ;)).
If it's of use to anyone, worth being aware of the TCB promo today (deal link) and using with TopGiftCards for a £10 Sainsburys voucher. Despite it saying all the way through the TCB page you can only use it in store, this isn't true. I've just converted the £10 code you get emailed at checkout very easily and applied to my shop. There is some note about a £10 limit when converting to a coupon, but this works fine with the particularly TCB promo if you just buy a £10 card.

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Edited by: "morgie" 31st Aug
Hi, I've never used Sainsburys for online shopping but I remember I used to get £18 off £60 printed voucher slips at the till many months back. I doubt they are still doing this now but if anyone has a code for money off that they don't want, please let me know. Thanks in advance!
Satan_Claws31/08/2020 13:40

Thanks, all worked for me. Does anyone know what happens if they …Thanks, all worked for me. Does anyone know what happens if they substitute the item? Do you still get it free if it's the same price?


I've experienced this. They're coupons basically, so even with you're refusing the substitutes, you will get both, the original coupon and the substitute coupons. Sainsbury's usually substitute something more expensive however, which is good in theory but not so good in practice as they put the difference into coupons instead of cash refund and I don't buy enough online groceries for that.


Thank you for this! I i didn't have the hydro and planned the cat dentalife but could only put the dog ones to my cart, so it would go to my acquintance's dog. Got topcash back offer for Topgiftcard and my old substitute voucher, plus Greenjinn cashbacks. Chose a 50p slot. When it was delivered I got a free Pasqueur brioche (£1.5) too! Overall a successful grocery order as £40 is usually too much for me!
Edited by: "carminecastle" 2nd Sep
I managed to get:

Innocent Super Smoothie Energise, Strawberry & Cherry 750ml

2 x Dentalife Large Dog Dental Chew 4 X 35g for 70p

Flora Plant Butter Unsalted 250g

Tampax Pearl Compak Super Tampons Applicator x18
41846189-RyE7j.jpgI’m adding the codes in & an error is coming up saying eg FREETAMPAX - this Boucher is not valid until you have the minimum amount items in your basket?? Can anyone shed any light please? #confused.com confuse
Edited by: "Blahblah212" 6th Sep
Blahblah21206/09/2020 06:25

[Image] I’m adding the codes in & an error is coming up saying eg F …[Image] I’m adding the codes in & an error is coming up saying eg FREETAMPAX - this Boucher is not valid until you have the minimum amount items in your basket?? Can anyone shed any light please? #confused.com confuse


I had to put 2 x Dentalife Large Dog Dental Chew to get the discount to work on them.
is there a minimum spend amount you need to have in your trolley?
carminecastle02/09/2020 10:20

I've experienced this. They're coupons basically, so even with you're …I've experienced this. They're coupons basically, so even with you're refusing the substitutes, you will get both, the original coupon and the substitute coupons.


I refused the pants as they were substituted and they refunded me £7 even though I never paid for them. Weird but ok.
Even if you can’t benefit from this stuff and you order from Sainsbury’s, perhaps think about donating stuff like period products and the dog treats to shelters.
Mechtup08/09/2020 19:41

Even if you can’t benefit from this stuff and you order from Sainsbury’s, p …Even if you can’t benefit from this stuff and you order from Sainsbury’s, perhaps think about donating stuff like period products and the dog treats to shelters.


Yup deffo, great suggestion
is there minimum spend or can I just order all freebies?
Edited by: "adamey19" 8th Sep
adamey1908/09/2020 21:03

is there minimum spend or can I just order all freebies?


Minimum spend is £25, but basket charge for that is £7. If your slot's pretty expensive, for example £5, as these offers will end on the 15th, the £5 will be included under £7 (last time I did something like that, not sure if Sainsbury's fixed that.).

All of these items will give you £17.05 worth of purchase. There are different cashback apps, there is this green one that almost always have Sainsbury's freebies each week. This week's for example, I could get £9.25 of the stuff listed there, so I guess if you get all of them in your Sainsbury's, you'll be over the minimum basket spend. If you don't want basket charge, you still need to buy about £15 worth of grocery.

If all else's fail (adding canned stuff, long-lasting spaghetti, flour, rice, noodles), I usually add stamps because I post a lot of mails.


Hope these give you a bit of idea.
Edited by: "carminecastle" 8th Sep
hopefully Sainsburys will bring back their £18 of a £60 spend soon.
Edited by: "steven.mcdowall" 8th Sep
None of the codes are working for me...We're sorry, but voucher FREESMOOTHIES can no longer be used as it is no longer valid.
carminecastle08/09/2020 21:22

Minimum spend is £25, but basket charge for that is £7. If your slot's p …Minimum spend is £25, but basket charge for that is £7. If your slot's pretty expensive, for example £5, as these offers will end on the 15th, the £5 will be included under £7 (last time I did something like that, not sure if Sainsbury's fixed that.). All of these items will give you £17.05 worth of purchase. There are different cashback apps, there is this green one that almost always have Sainsbury's freebies each week. This week's for example, I could get £9.25 of the stuff listed there, so I guess if you get all of them in your Sainsbury's, you'll be over the minimum basket spend. If you don't want basket charge, you still need to buy about £15 worth of grocery.If all else's fail (adding canned stuff, long-lasting spaghetti, flour, rice, noodles), I usually add stamps because I post a lot of mails.Hope these give you a bit of idea.


Sweet, thanks. What the name of the green cashback app?
Free Tampax?! Whatever next!!
adamey1908/09/2020 21:42

Sweet, thanks. What the name of the green cashback app?

Greenjinn
Sainsbury’s have regular freebies. Once logged into the homepage, if you look to the right of ‘groceries’, you’ll see ‘discover’. The discover tab leads you to the freebies.
I'm not risking it again, was a deal around year or so ago similar to this and Sainsburys blocked me from online shopping as they said multiple codes can't be used and they classed it as fraud had to send letter to head office and never got response so still banned and sure it impacted me when I applied for loan with them as they straight up refused and wouldn't give a reason
Edited by: "awesomegiles26" 9th Sep
Damn, if only I saw this earlier, just had grocery delivered this morning from Sainsbury's. Would most likely not have used any of these freebies, but would have helped to donate them to the local food bank/charity - oh well, note made for next time and thanks mate
Mechtup08/09/2020 19:41

Even if you can’t benefit from this stuff and you order from Sainsbury’s, p …Even if you can’t benefit from this stuff and you order from Sainsbury’s, perhaps think about donating stuff like period products and the dog treats to shelters.



That's exactly why I ordered all the free items even though some are no use to me.
matwalaboy09/09/2020 00:14

Damn, if only I saw this earlier, just had grocery delivered this morning …Damn, if only I saw this earlier, just had grocery delivered this morning from Sainsbury's. Would most likely not have used any of these freebies, but would have helped to donate them to the local food bank/charity - oh well, note made for next time and thanks mate

Check this page for the freebies before any shop - sainsburys.co.uk/sho…ons They will always count towards your min. £40 spend too, so sometimes a smaller shop/top up shop work well.
Something for everyone...
morgie09/09/2020 09:01

Check this page for the freebies before any shop - …Check this page for the freebies before any shop - https://www.sainsburys.co.uk/shop/gb/groceries/get-ideas/our-freebies-and-competitions/our-freebies-and-competitions They will always count towards your min. £40 spend too, so sometimes a smaller shop/top up shop work well.


Thanks mate - I have bookmarked it now
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