1,200 Avios for every £3 you spend – ACT QUICKLY

This is a very, very good deal from Tesco Direct.

It is also a Shopper Points exclusive so there are no stock availability issues (yet).

To save me repeating myself, go here for full details.

Tesco ink

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  1. Upcoming offer if you’re an Nutmeg user or are looking to invest in your tax-free ISA before april with an automated fund-manager (Offers not live yet; not sure when it will go live) – 5k avios for you and 5k avios for anyone who you refer

    http://www.nutmeg.com/avios-referrer?spMailingID=24755477&spUserID=MTA2MDM4ODQxOTI4S0&spJobID=742981333&spReportId=NzQyOTgxMzMzS0

  2. Even the £15 – £20 inks are going oos?

  3. Well I was out of ink and managed to get the one i use which is £15 but £13.50 with staff discount ( thanks son)

    And I got the star wars toys for grandson yesterday which he collects so 1000 extra points for £27
    for things I would buy.

  4. One of the £3 ones is back in stock as of 8.05!

    • It’s not in stock – just not showing out of stock – when you click through it asks if you want to add to your wish list – been like that all day

      • I put it in my basket …

        • When you got to checkout it is out of stock

          • Yup, Liz/Harry are correct. It’s a strange quirk of the Tesco website process I noticed this morning. When I went to look at my basket some of the printers became unavailable, but others still showed as buyable. Then when I clicked checkout, some of THOSE printers became unavailable. Only when you have reached the checkout page and the printers are still there, can you actually buy them!

  5. 1. OOS
    2. stop drinking the bubbly as a poor substitute for not skiing
    3. it’s not 8.05 it’s 7.13

    • I speak as one of UK’s very best skiers – I was very in my time. Used to bomb over to the Austrian Alps most winter weekends when I worked that way – 10 years.

      think: perfect parallel skier who doesn’t fall over all day skiing

      • First register your Amex card for the offer & use their link to go to Holiday Extras, input your requirements and proceed all the way to pay, but don’t pay

        then copy & paste the MSE portal to HEx (that HFP doesn’t like, I’ll try to put it in the next post but don’t be surprised if the filters stop it) and your same purchase should be there already – but cheaper by anything up to 15-25%

        you’ll get both the MSE discount & the Amex statement credit

        • it stopped it so work it out
          moneysavingexpert
          com /travel
          /cheap-airport-parking#holidayextras

          • I never had to do any of that – just registered my card for the offer, went through the MSE link – got £12 rebate on my Amex a few days later :)

          • same as AndyGWP, i registered with Amex for the deal, then used the MSE link, and paid with Amex – MSE discount applied, then Amex statement rebate a few days later. IS there something else going on i am missing out on?! (apart from inkjet cartridges)

    • Good point, you are an hour behind!

  6. Who is awake?
    Tesco H90 Printer Ink Cartridge is back in stock!
    Good luck.

  7. Looks like it’s only 250 points now..

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