Ordered one Tuesday night this week and it has turned up today just fine. Image a little darker than on screen but good quality card. Job done.
If you order just one card and used the code then it will be 50p P+P because I tried to purchase two cards which P+P came up to £1.20 so I just did it as two separate transactions :thumbsup:
P&P is now coming up as £1.20 for a A5 card.
As far as I am aware, my BF is getting an upgrade from me! Photobox use to do free del + free card so now I have to pay 50P for P&P for him! Thanks OP :thumbsup: This is exactly what I need for mum's birthday, cousin's birthday x2 + vday :oops:
Finally got it sorted - site crashed after I'd registered,so it never uploaded my team and I was stuck in limbo... Still a load of crepe tho - the links don't link to where they say they do as well... I mean, and I quote "enter a team name - and select your 11 men. Press add team, and proceed and then make sure the Code Free team is entered in the box at the checkout." Now, do you enter 'Code Free team', or 'Free team'?? Actually it's already typed for you... Oh yes, it's been a long day...:x
That does suck but Think it still wrks out well even with that! Lol, send them a mean email!
I've picked a team, but it's near impossible to make a mini-league. The option is well hidden - I found it once but can't now. The designer wants a slap!
I noticed this as well. Only problem is, transfers cost 50p..........
Daily mirror voucher -Save £2.00 on fuel when purchased from participating shell service stations
reckon that the offer may be nationwide so a large number of them would most probably be participating,hope this is of some help
Refuse to buy gas from Shell as they're one of of the richest companies per second yet they're hardly ever the cheapest locally!! Well done on the post though. It's just not one for me!
What are the participating Shell Service Stations? Is there any list of them?
Bought the Mirror today, voucher is inside paper, filled up with lovely V-power, and got £2 off sweet! Voted HOT.
But where's the online voucher... says below leftHOW TO CLAIM: Simply cut out the voucher, below left, and take it to any participating Shell Service Station between now and Wednesday, November 19, 2008. ][image missing] http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/top-stories/2008/11/15/save-2-on-petrol-at-shell-when-you-buy-30-litres-115875-20896180/
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Been there today. Absolutely horrific place with queues. They ran out of food and a good proportion of the rides and stalls were closed. Very few people around to help with parking (which you have to pay for on top of entrance fees) and legoland employees were manning unused stalls like basket ball nets when the food outlets had crazy queues. It’s a lesson learned for us and we probably wouldn’t bother again. The kids had a decent time but were not blown away by it. In fact, our son whose birthday it is said he would rather go home and play lego pirates of the Caribbean. This isn’t a moan but a report on my experience. I suspect it would be tolerable if it had half the people. We didn’t pay for the q-bot thing as we didn’t know much about it but also disappointed that there are first and second class tickets. Loved lego since I was a kid but it is slightly tarnished for me after today.
I'm always surprised by comments like "I went Halloween or August Bank Holiday and it was busy", if you pick a busy time to go it will be busy! Go on a day when your kids have an inset day and other kids are at school and surprisingly enough it wont be so busy! If you pick a peak period like May 4th then it will be packed. Horses for courses really.
We go to legoland all year round and it is pretty empty during April and May time.
Posted 20th Nov 2016Posted 20th Nov 2016
Morrisons Petrol capped at a maximum £109.9ppl and receive a 10ppl voucher off fuel when you spend £50 or more instore making petrol 99.9p with the voucher ,
Morrisons Petrol capped at a maximum Price of £109.9 at all of it's 333 petrol stations from Monday, Also receive a 10ppl voucher off fuel when you spend £50 or more instore from… Read more
If an election is called, which way will the people vote? She would be essentially be kicking them out.
Oh you of little knowledge, T.May may be the leader of the Conservatives and Prime Minister but she can only kick MP's out of the cabinet not out of Westminster, They were voted in by their constituents. As for the idiots as you call them they only want to be able to vote on " the best deal " that is good for the UK not the best deal that is obtainable. Do you want T.May tohave to except a deal that puts us in a worse position than if we remain. And don't go on about there is the rest of the world, because places like China will want freedom of movement of their citizens the same as they have done in other counties they trade with. So instead of a flood of Poles nyou'll get a flood of Chinese. Not that some of them are already here.
I believe May will do what I am against, and what I am sure many are against, but will do what is needed, and just kick out the MP's that oppose her. Dirty, but the right thing doesn't always mean doing the right thing. Democracy needs it. I voted out, I expect May to honour the winning vote. If we voted in, I'd expect her to do the same. Sure, I'd be annoyed my choice didn't' win...but I wouldn't expect idiots who are against it to try and derail it.
Do you think it will ever happen ?
Posted 11th Sep 2016Posted 11th Sep 2016
'Free' pocket phone charger (pick up at Halfords) with today's Sunday Mirror £1.40£1.40
Free pocket phone charger - voucher on page 30. Collect from Halfords.
dairy milk puddles, anything like the Hershey squirts?
It's alright, it's owned by Mondelez now, so it's all OK. And you're right they are smaller, but they are also cheaper. 49p for 90g of chocolate seems fairly good value to me.
feel like they're smaller packs compared to the normal dairy milk blocks. they don't taste that good either. dairy milk new chocolates are a bit rubbish ever since they got bought out by kraft. just rubbish cross-branding new lines that aren't that good.
These are gorgeous. For the 1st time I bought both the hazelnut and mint flavour in Home Bargains on Saturday. Finished the hazelnut and we'll start on the mint today. I got them for 49p each. Very good offer. Head added. Thanks for posting. Love them a lot. So excited gonna open the mint flavour now!!!
good find op, heat added
Posted 3rd Jun 2016Posted 3rd Jun 2016
Epsom Derby sweepstake: Download your kit and try your luck ahead of the summer's big race
The biggest race of the summer is almost upon us and we are digging out our sweepstake kit to help you enjoy it. Punters around the country will be backing their favourite horses … Read more
farewell dear and trusted newspaper friend!! http://mediatel.co.uk/newsline/2016/05/05/trinity-mirror-to-axe-new-day-tomorrow
three half-price vouchers can be downloaded. thursday and friday this week and next monday. http://thenewday.co.uk/voucher/assets/Vouchers.pdf
got my first day free copy at w.h.smith this morning.scanty content IMHO.don't think it's worth 25p let alone 50p - although i might try it again tomorrow to see if it improves.https://mobile.twitter.com/hashtag/seizethenewday?src=hash
Dont cry little one, just because not everyones a gullible, labour voting socialist numpty.
Get the Mail on Saturday for the tv guide,nicely laid out. But the Labour party always leave the country deeper in debt and the Torys have to try and sort it out while making sure they line their pockets.Blair and his wife seems to have done rather well for himself.
Posted 21st Nov 2015Posted 21st Nov 2015
Morrisons to cut petrol by 7p a litre from Monday to £1 - £40 min spend instore£40
"Petrol prices are set to hit £1 a litre for the first time in more than six years on Monday. Supermarket giant Morrisons is cutting the cost of petrol and diesel by 7p a litre in… Read more
If the price comes down to £1 p litre at other outlets I'm sure that Morrison's would bring theirs down to none voucher users to £1 p litre, so voucher users would get it for 93p p litre so it's still a deal unless they stop the voucher deal.
Cold - poor deal with an even poorer title. Made even worse by the fact petrol prices are coming down closer to £1 over the next 7 to 14 days - so this deal is going to be less and less of a deal. "Supermarket giant Morrisons is cutting the cost of petrol and diesel by 7p a litre in a new price war at the pumps." Err, no it's not. Completely misleading. They are giving a voucher to customers who spend £40 in their store. They are not cutting basic pump prices for all customers. Just because it's contradicted in the next sentence doesn't make it OK to say.
You've just proved my point again.
You wouldn't understand would you? probably the same reason you don't understand how '7p off the price of fuel with a £40 spend instore' is clearer, probably the same reason your stupid enough to ask me if I understand what BOGOF means after I just quoted it. Just leave it, there's obviously more than 1 thing you do not understand.