Netting a Bargain: Sainsbury's £18 off £60; Tesco wine 25%; Coffee discount code; photo print deals
- SAINSBURY'S is giving customers £18 off their first online grocery order of £60 or more worth of goods. Use the code SCSSEO72NUJ at www.sainsburys.co.uk. It's valid on orders delivered by July 25.
- Buy six or more bottles of wine (including champagne) at Tesco and get 25 per cent off. The offer is valid until Monday.
- Snapfish is offering 100 6x4in photo prints for £6 (usually £10) by entering the code 1PACK719 at the checkout stage. The code 2PACK719 gets you 200 for £10 (normally £20). You can get 40 per cent off photo books with the code BOOK619 too. All are valid until 11.59pm on Sunday at www.snapfish.com.
- Until 11.59pm on July 14, Amazon Prime customers who install Amazon Assistant on their web browser for the first time get £10 off a £25 spend. The bonus amount can be redeemed only against items sold directly from www.amazon.co.uk and not third-party marketplace sellers. Find out more at https://tinyurl.com/y6cjsyym.
- VoucherCodes has an offer for three months of Now TV's Sky Cinema pass for £20. That works out at £6.66 per month for three months instead of the usual £11.99 rate. After the three months are up, your pass will automatically renew at the full monthly rate unless cancelled. Find the deal at www.vouchercodes.co.uk. It's valid until July 11 and for new customers only.
- Get 15 per cent off at www.coffee-direct.co.uk using the code 15OFF until Monday. Placed an order in the past week? Don't worry - you can email email@example.com to have the discount applied retrospectively.
- Post-a-Rose is giving 15 per cent off its summer flowers range with the code SUMEM19. It's valid at www.post-a-rose.com until 11.59pm on July 14.
- Richer Sounds has a clearance sale on until July 10 (subject to availability) but you can get an extra 10 per cent off with the code VIP10 if you're a member of the AV chain's VIP Club. It's free to join at www.richersounds.com.
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