– Sainsbury’s Prosecco Frizzante – £6
– Sainsbury's Conegliano Prosecco reduced to £7.50
Step 2: Sainsbury’s also has 25% off six bottles.
Buy any six bottles for delivery until 31st Oct, and you’ll automatically get a 25% discount.
That means you can buy:
– 6 bottles of Sainsbury’s Prosecco Frizzante for £27 (£4.50 per bottle)
– 6 bottles of I Heart Prosecco for £33.75 (£5.63 per bottle)
Delivery online is £1-£7 (or free if you collect in a store).
It’s at this point that existing online customers can’t go any further as the code below is for newbies, but the deals above from £4.50 per bottle are still decent.
Step 3: Now for the big trick – if you’re new to Sainsbury’s grocery online, boost the offer further with an £18 off £60 code.
IMPORTANT: You’ll need to buy groceries you’d buy anyway AND have your order delivered/collected before 11pm on Tue 31st Oct for this to work.
Use the code AFFVCOCT18 and you’ll get £18 off when you spend £60* (code expires Wed 8 Nov).
Yet the T&Cs state:
“When using a promotional money-off voucher, the value of the goods other than spirits, liqueurs or wine during a buy 6 save 25% multibuy offer must be at least equal to the money off offered by the promotional voucher.”
In plain speak, it means you’ll need to spend a minimum £60, of which at least £18 needs to be stuff other than booze for it to work.
So how do you get it for £1.50? If you go for the Sainsbury’s Prosecco Frizzante, it’s £27 for 6 bottles, so you’d need to spend £33 on groceries to reach the £60 minimum spend. Then with the £18 off, it’s £42. As you’ve spent £33 on normal groceries, it’s £9 for the six bottles of prosecco, or £1.50 per bottle (plus delivery if you can’t pick up in a store for free).
Step 4: Check your basket to ensure it’s gone as planned.
All these discounts should show up in your basket before you pay – if not, something’s gone wrong.
Step 5: Change your substitution preferences to avoid any surprises.
If you only want the cheapest prosecco, make sure you untick the box which says ‘allow substitutions’ when you order, as that way if it’s not in stock, you’ll just get your groceries, not a pricier bottle of booze, which has happened to some in the past when using this trick.
And when your delivery arrives, make sure you check what you have received with the driver. If you do receive substitutions, you can choose whether you want to accept them or send them back.
Shared from Martins Money Tips