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Lidl - discount voucher
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userMel B
Posted: 25 November 2009 6:15 PM
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If you buy the Express newspaper there's a Lidl voucher in it which gives £5 off when you spend £30 or more. There's supposed to be one in every Express paper all this week so you could save a load of dosh if you went several times ... !!!! I think I'm gonna end up with a load of stuff stored in my garage as hubby is addicted to the place!
userpeter
Posted: 25 November 2009 8:57 PM
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And me.They get some good stuff in there that you didn't know you needed. MMy wife buys her wine in there as Tesco is so much more expensive. I bought a 3Mtr inflatable dinghy there last year for £299 which comes with everything including pressure guage.
They do a lot of continental stuff as well particularly at Christmas.
userjosie gibblebucket
Posted: 26 November 2009 1:27 PM
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peter - 2009-11-25 8:57 PM

They do a lot of continental stuff as well particularly at Christmas.




Their chocolate covered gingerbread is to die for, I could happily spend £30 on that
userMel B
Posted: 26 November 2009 6:08 PM
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Gets even better! Hubby went again today to get some beer for Christmas and they had some sewing machines on offer - reduced form £80 to £39!!!!!! Hubby got me one (mines existing one is very old and temperamental), and then went back later and bought 2 more ... vouchers in hand of course (pressies for Christmas). Even at £80 they were good value as they normally retal at about double that. It turns out that the manager had a 'glut' so was just trying to clear some (to make space for other stock coming in I think) - he's still got the rest on sale at £80!
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