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Sainsbury£10 Henry Dumanois Champagne Brut*In stores and online at Sainsbury's. Was £12

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Henry Dumanois Champagne Brut, Non-Vintage is £10 (was £12) at Sainsbury's* until Tue 28 Apr.

It's available online and in Sainsbury's superstores, but not in all Sainsbury's Local stores. It's worth phoning ahead to check availability if you're planning to make a special trip.

If you're buying online, delivery's £1-£6.95 depending on the time slot. There's a minimum spend of £25, so if you're not planning on spending that much, you'd be better off buying from a store.

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SainsburySainsbury's - school uniform from £10*In store only and available all year


Get a school uniform (it doesn't currently have trousers) from £10 at Sainsbury's* as part of its TU range.

What do you get?

How to get the uniform: Only selected stores sell clothing so use the location function to find your nearest Sainsbury's selling kids' wear. The TU clothing range isn't available online.

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Supermarket chain Sainsbury’s began in 1869 with its first store in Drury Lane, in London's Covent Garden. It now has local and bigger direct stores selling electricals, wines, Tu clothing, groceries and furniture.

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