zell12 Registered User
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Iceland giving out coupons in the freesheet paper Galway Advertiser
Never seen that before, normally it's a higher threshold spend

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_Whimsical_ Registered User
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Does anyone know if Tesco will take them?

KingJamsie Registered User
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_Whimsical_ said:
Does anyone know if Tesco will take them?


Definitely

odyssey06 Registered User
#4

Anyone seen these in Dublin papers?

Doubtful Tesco would take them as it's usually only Dunnes, Supervalu, ALDI and LIDL i.e. their national competitors. Iceland and M&S would be at store discretion maybe if there's one next door or something.

OmegaGene Registered User
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_Whimsical_ said:
Does anyone know if Tesco will take them?


Tesco will take them
I used them a couple of times when Iceland opened a new store and were handing these out

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davywalsh7 Registered User
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KingJamsie said:
_Whimsical_ said:
Does anyone know if Tesco will take them?


Definitely


Wouldn’t take them from me a few months ago when I tried to use them. Said they only take likes if Dunne’s, super valu etc

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Dr Bolouswki Registered User
#7

Can I print out this one do you reckon?

tart29016 Registered User
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_Whimsical_ said:
Does anyone know if Tesco will take them?


The manager wouldn't take mine 2 weeks ago. This was in Dundrum.

rubadub Registered User
#10

Tesco used to officially take them ages ago. They officially do not now.

https://www.tesco.ie/CompetitorCoupons/

Terms and conditions in Tesco Ireland 23.03.2016

We accept Competitor supermarket Spend & Save coupons – e.g. €5 off every €50 – see example below
We accept spend & save coupons only from Dunnes Stores, SuperValu, Lidl and Aldi

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Muahahaha Registered User
#11

Anyone got recommendations for whats good in Iceland. I made kebabs with their kebab meat last night and it was awful, way too fatty and ruined a good meal. I like their chocolate eclairs though, bargain at 1.49 for 6 of them.

OmegaGene Registered User
#12

Muahahaha said:
Anyone got recommendations for whats good in Iceland. I made kebabs with their kebab meat last night and it was awful, way too fatty and ruined a good meal. I like their chocolate eclairs though, bargain at 1.49 for 6 of them.


The kebab meat is pure muck
Get the stuff on special offer like 5 items for €5 which consist of birds eye fish chicken fillets etc
Lots of the stuff in Iceland is cheap junk food but if you shop wisely you can find some bargains, out local one reduces large chickens to clear in the mornings down to €1.50, I saw a woman fill a trolley with chickens last week

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odyssey06 Registered User
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In Iceland the frozen seafood e.g. prawns and seafood mix is good.
You can pickup some uncommon things like venison or waygu burgers.
If you use ready meals the gourmet ready meals are nice but pricey.

And if you are going camping, real SPAM!

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student7890 Registered User
#14

The lamb chops with mint from the cold shelf are good. They also have good sauces and condiments.

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KingJamsie Registered User
#15

Iceland have their own brand Goujons, purple freezer bag. Deadly portions

Toad in hole(sausage/ Yorkshire pudding combo) is tasty too

Usually a good deal on water / kitchen roll / washing up liquids

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