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As supermarkets like Asda, Sainsbury's, Tesco and Morrisons implement strict new rules in store, we decided to see how many customers were actually complying with them
Actived: Sunday Jan 17, 2021
Sainsbury's scam warning: How to dodge fraudulent coupon
The coupons have entered circulation just months after a wave of fraudulent Aldi vouchers appeared online, offering a fake £65 in an attempt to get people to part with their personal information. In all instances, customers who open the posts are asked to share it with a status - often 'Thanks for my coupon'.
The voucher schemes worth up to £10,500 each to be
The vouchers would be universal, delivered as coupons or smartcards and activated over 12 months. It would be a one-off, non-refundable £500, as opposed to several monthly payments. Similar versions of the scheme already exist in China, Taiwan and Malta where they can be spent at pubs, cultural venues, hotels and on rail transport.
Lidl launches loyalty app with up to £20 off and weekly
Discount supermarket chain Lidl has launched a new loyalty scheme allowing shoppers to get money off food, cinema tickets Sky TV and broadband. There will also be weekly coupons and scratch cards on offer through the mobile app - with chances to get up to £20 off your week's shopping.
21 Home Bargains hacks that’ll help you save cash on your
As well as revealing the cost of an item, the price tags also reveal whether an item is a one-off or a regularly stocked product. Next time you visit Home Bargains take a look at the bottom corner you will see wither REG or ONE. Discount coupons. Discount coupons are not accepted in stores.
The Tesco, Sainsbury's, Asda and Morrisons hacks every
Tesco usually offers money off online orders over a certain amount to shoppers that haven't tried the service before. Use Tesco's meal planner tool Tesco’s online meal planner can help you plan your week’s meals in advance, avoid pricey impulse buys and spending more money.
22 simple Home Bargains tricks shoppers must try on their
5. Getting to Home Bargains early will pay off. New stock is often delivered at around 7.30am so it will always pay to get to your nearest store when it opens. 6. You'll be surprised at its food range. There is a mix of fresh fruit and veg alongside cupboard essentials. Read More Related Articles
eBay reveals last of HUGE 15 days of deals end midnight
To continue the Prime Day celebrations, for the rest of today customers can get a further 20% off on over 100 sellers by using the PARTY coupon. The coupon can be used to get further discounts on already amazing deals as the online marketplace will be announcing new undercutting deals every day until Friday.
Nectar Card rule changes have some shoppers threatening to
A third simply added: "The saving schemes are a big rip off and until you can redeem the points they are worthless." Not everyone was upset however, with one saying: "It's still better than the previous years with the limit per department. "It used to be £20 limit per category. You can spend your £100 across all categories. It's better.
Blogger shares saving tips that helped her clear debt and
1. Clip coupons - Coupons can be picked up from numerous places including free in-store magazines, online or I have seen them alongside my grocery receipts. 2. Get cashback - Cashback sites such as Topcashback and Quidco offer a percentage of your purchase back when shopping. Phone apps such as Shopmium or Checkoutsmart offer cash back on your