Wife and son love these, £3 always seem such a rip off for them though. Tesco and Asda usually have this large pack on offer for £1.50 every other fortnight so can usually get them from somewhere at this saving, good price still
My favourite rabbit hole since lockdown began. Went from Instant to Aeropress to Sage Barista Express XD :D
This is the mocha version and it’s awful. If you don’t like the taste of coffee then go for it!
What beans and grinder do you have? Im no expert but having fell down the rabbit hole of making coffee I read it’s about the bean and grinder you use aswell as the machine. Some people saying a £500-£1000 grinder makes all the difference to the taste. Go to the local coffee speciality house for their beans, normally £15 for 500g.
Of course but they aren't doing themselves any favours making their coffee look cheap. I guess the profit they make on selling the coffee off the shelf far outweighs that concern.
£5 off for online groceries @ Waitrose (Minimum £40 spend)
How to Redeem a Waitrose discount code
Posted by Matthew Carrington
Visit the merchant pages of hotukdeals and pick up a Waitrose promo code to save you money next time you shop online. Look out for a Waitrose delivery offer or a Waitrose code that will save you money on your next weekly shop. To redeem your Waitrose vouchers:
Copy your Waitrose voucher code from hotukdeals.
Log in to your Waitrose account or register for one (you need an account to shop with Waitrose).
Book your delivery slot and start filling your shopping trolley.
When you're ready, click through to the checkout and confirm your delivery slot.
On the "Order Review and Payment" page, look for the section "Promotional code/voucher".
Enter your Waitrose promotional code and click "Apply"
Your Waitrose voucher code should now be discounted off your order.
Complete the checkout process.
Do Waitrose do Click and Collect?
Waitrose does have a Click and Collect option. This is free although there is a £40 minimum spend (excluding Entertaining orders).
Do Waitrose sell John Lewis vouchers?
Yes. Gift Cards for both John Lewis & Partners and Waitrose & Partners can be purchased online or in-store.
Who delivers Waitrose food?
In 2020, Waitrose moved away from its partnership with Ocado and now operates its own delivery service.
Do Waitrose sell stamps?
Yes. You can order a range of stamps from Waitrose online or pick them up in-store.
Is Waitrose part of John Lewis?
The John Lewis Partnership is the parent company of both John Lewis & Partners and Waitrose & Partners. Together they make up the largest employee-owned business in the UK.
Waitrose UK Delivery Options
To shop at Waitrose online you need to log in to your account and select your delivery date and time before you start filling your shopping trolley. Alternatively, you can select Click and Collect. Your delivery options are:
Delivery to Your Home
Click 'Book a slot' followed by 'Home delivery'. When you confirm your registered address, a calendar of delivery slots appears. Your delivery slot is held open temporarily, giving you chance to complete your shop. While there is no charge for Waitrose home deliveries, there is a minimum spend requirement of £40.
Click and Collect
This option is free of charge and also provides an alternative way of receiving your groceries if a convenient delivery slot is not available. Anyone over the age of 18 can pick up a Click & Collect order. Remember to take your order reference and some proof of ID with you.
Making Returns to Waitrose
If something has gone wrong and you're not totally happy with the products you've received, then it is easy to request a refund:
For perishable or food items, simply fill in the Quality Issue form with as much detail as possible. This should be done on receipt of the items.
If you change your mind or are not totally happy with non-perishable products such as homeware you have up to 30 days to request a refund on items purchased in-store or 14 days for online purchases.
For in-store refunds, take the item along with the receipt to the Customer Service desk of the Waitrose branch you bought it from.
For online purchases, wrap the items securely and return them to Waitrose & Partners either using the returns label with your delivery or downloading one online.
Take your parcel to a Post Office, a myHermes location or a Collect+ point.
You'll be notified when Waitrose receives your parcel. A refund then takes approximately 14 days.
Paying for Your Waitrose Order
In-store, you can pay for your shopping with cash, any valid credit or debit card and Waitrose Gift Cards. You can also use Gift Cards online as well as:
Ways to Contact Waitrose UK
With an easy-to-use website and plenty of food and nutrition information to back it up, you should have no problem browsing the website, filling your trolley and placing an order. If you do have a problem, start by seeing if you can find a solution in the FAQ pages. You'll find these on the Customer Service page where they're grouped into useful categories such as Your Account, Entertaining & Food Made to Order and Gift Cards. If you still need to contact a member of the Waitrose Customer Service Team you can do so via:
Online contact forms: There are several of these covering Online Order Issues, Product Quality Issues, myWaitrose Card, Feedback and Stock Enquiries. Select your form and type in your message.
Telephone: There are also several phone numbers but the main one for grocery queries is 0800 188 884. Phone lines are open during office hours which are Monday to Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m., Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. and Sundays from 9:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m.
Email: Write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Post: Address your letter to Waitrose Limited Head Office, Doncastle Road, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 8YA.
Social Media and Waitrose
Waitrose is active on several social media platforms and uses this exposure to keep customers updated on its products and offers. Platforms such as Facebook and Twitter provide another way for you to get in touch with the Waitrose Customer Service Team. On these pages, you'll also find lots of seasonal ideas, school holiday activity tips and great recipes from well-known chefs. The Waitrose Best Boards on Pinterest are designed to whet your appetite and inspire your shopping list while Instagram takes you into the Waitrose Cookery School as well as the homes of recipe writers. If you find recipes easier to follow in video form, then take a look at the Waitrose YouTube Channel. The Waitrose Good Food Guide is a blog packed with topical, informative and entertaining articles about food and nutrition. Recent posts include 'Outdoor dining: Your guide to eating alfresco' and 'Kitchen waste: Just another ingredient'. Dive into good food with Waitrose by following it on:
Waitrose & Partners started life in 1904. It was originally called 'Waite, Rose & Taylor' which was later shortened to 'Waitrose'. In 1937, it was acquired by the John Lewis Partnership and used to sell its grocery lines. Operating from two UK headquarters (Bracknell and Victoria), Waitrose now has over 330 shops in the UK as well as a strong online presence. In 2019, it was the eighth-largest grocer in the UK. Waitrose also has outlets in the Middle East and exports to over 50 countries. Waitrose prides itself on partnerships with farms that only use ethical and sustainable methods of production. It also tries to reduce its carbon footprint by sourcing as much produce as it can in the UK.
Product Lines at Waitrose
When you shop at Waitrose online you get just as much (if not more choice) than when browsing the aisles in its high-street stores. You'll find everything you need to run your home and feed your family. To help you get started the homepage of the Waitrose website is split into over a dozen main categories. These include:
The Waitrose Brands section has all the Essentials you use day after day as well as a touch of luxury provided by Waitrose Duchy Organics and gourmet magic from the kitchen of Heston Blumenthal.
Fresh & Chilled
Whether it's responsibly farmed fresh meat and dairy products to crisp salads, delicious deli goods and smooth smoothies, you'll find it all in the Fresh & Chilled department. There is also a huge range of ready prepared meals for the days you don't want to start from scratch as well as a varied choice of Vegetarian and Vegan food and ready meals.
Basic sliced loaves for making family breakfasts and lunches, healthy wraps and part-baked rolls that will fill your kitchen with the aroma of freshly-baked bread are all sold in the Bakery. Here, you'll also find tasty treats and celebration cakes for every occasion.
Having a well-stocked freezer is always a good backup for your kitchen supplies. Fill yours up from the Frozen section with meat, fish, vegetables and desserts as well as useful extras such as Yorkshire puddings and ice cubes for parties.
The Food Cupboard is where you'll find all of your kitchen basics - everything that doesn't need to go in the fridge or freezer. Everything from preserves and cereals to tinned food and cooking sauces.
Under Household, you'll discover everything to keep your house looking good and smelling fresh.
Baby, Child & Parent
If you're expecting a baby or have a young family, you'll find all the supplies you need as well as food and clothing in the Baby, Child & Parent collection without having to shop around.
These are just a few of the categories represented on the Waitrose homepage. Others include Pet, Kitchen, Dining & Home, Dietary & Lifestyle, Organic Shop, Drinks (soft and alcoholic) and toiletries.
The Waitrose Shopping Experience
If you want to enjoy good value and high-quality food shopping then Waitrose is the supermarket for you. You can either shop in-store at one of its 300 and more shops across the UK or online. Shopping online is easy with menu bars and plenty of filters to help you find exactly what you need. Other supermarkets where you can shop online and book a delivery slot for your weekly or monthly shop include Tesco, Asda, Morrisons, Ocado and Sainsbury's.
Getting the Best Waitrose Deals and Offers
Like all supermarkets, Waitrose & Partners has regular offers in its stores throughout the year but at key times it will also have sales - particularly in its home department. When shopping online you can unlock Waitrose offers on groceries and homecare products by clicking 'Offers' on the homepage. You can then filter further by multibuys, half-price goods and specific discounts. You can also click on product lines to see if your favourite brands are on sale. Another way to pick up Waitrose offers is to visit hotukdeals regularly. Here, you'll discover Waitrose vouchers that give you money off your entire shop or codes for free delivery without a minimum spend.
Buying a Waitrose Gift Card
When you buy a Waitrose & Partners Gift Card, you're giving someone a generous gift that can be used at both John Lewis and Waitrose stores - online or on the high street. As well as being the perfect gift for any occasion, they are particularly ideal as wedding presents. To buy a Waitrose Gift Card:
Choose whether you want a physical Gift Card or an eCard.
Select a design from the Gift Card page.
Enter an amount between £10 and £500.
Choose a delivery date and write your personalised message.
Enter the recipient's details and add the card to your shopping trolley.
Complete your Waitrose shopping as normal.
How to redeem a Waitrose Gift Card
When you receive a Waitrose Gift Card or Waitrose Gift Voucher you can redeem it online or in-store at any branch of Waitrose or John Lewis. To redeem your Waitrose Gift Card in-store present it at the till when you pay for your shopping. To redeem it online:
Fill your Waitrose shopping basket.
When you get to the checkout, enter the Gift Card number when prompted.
Fill in your personal and delivery details to complete your shopping.
You can use your card for full or part payment.
Look after your Waitrose Gift Card as if it were cash. If lost or damaged it cannot be refunded or replaced.
Your Waitrose Gift Card is valid for 24 months from the last transaction.
You can check your balance at any time either online or in-store.