Free Sainsbury's & Tesco Vouchers (Money Off -  Ambi Pur, Ariel, Bold, Fairy, Febreze, Flash and more) @ Super Savvy Me
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Free Sainsbury's & Tesco Vouchers (Money Off - Ambi Pur, Ariel, Bold, Fairy, Febreze, Flash and more) @ Super Savvy Me

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Found 16th Feb 2012
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Click on the COUPON button to bring up a form, select the items and coupons from the lists provided. Print the coupon(s) and you're done.
Just take into the relevant store (the one that was selected) and redeem against the relevant item.

Money Off items from Ambi Pur, Ariel, Bold, Fairy, Febreze, Flash, Head & Shoulders, Herbal Essences, IAMS, Olay, Oral B, Venus, and Pantene.

So far I've just printed off a £2 Tesco Voucher for Ambi Pur 3Volution Starter Kits & Refills and a 50p Tesco Voucher for New Flash With Febreze Thai Orchid and New Zealand Springs. (Both Valid until 01/06/2012)

It was a quick and easy process, hopefully it will be the same for the other products too.
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"Please move to Freebies if not already there, not sure where it has been posted"

I wouldn't class this as freebies though. It should be in vouchers.

The vouchers get you money off something. Just because the vouchers are free shouldn't make this a freebie. After all it's free to visit Amazon, does that mean we can list everything on their as a freebie?

If there is a voucher that gets you things free then that's ok, but should be mentioned in the description.
I can't get the coupon printer to install on Windows 7 or XP
you can request for coupons to sent in post to you click on contact us and then put you problem in and then click add address and they will send in post
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freakstyler

I can't get the coupon printer to install on Windows 7 or XP


The first few coupons I printed off didn't require it, maybe because they were for Tesco?
Only some of them require the coupon printer program, the others can be printed directly.
Thanks to anglebitiit for the info too, that's very useful. Thanks.
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MonkMonkMonk

I wouldn't class this as freebies though. It should be in vouchers.The … I wouldn't class this as freebies though. It should be in vouchers.The vouchers get you money off something. Just because the vouchers are free shouldn't make this a freebie. After all it's free to visit Amazon, does that mean we can list everything on their as a freebie?If there is a voucher that gets you things free then that's ok, but should be mentioned in the description.


Thanks for explaining, that makes sense.
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