No idea how long, as I bought my first Rose and red back in May. I did go to the shop a couple of weeks ago and still on offer. But you could always order online if you are worried. Delivery charge is only £3.95 I am hoping to go tomorrow so I will ask.Any idea how long these might be on offer for? I'll probably get one but it might not be for a month or so
Only reason I ordered online was I was unable to drive after ankle op until about 2 weeks ago and I knew hubby wouldn't get it for me. But now I know he loves the rosé I know he would if I asked him nowDelivery charges
Try to avoid them wherever possible. Got a store about 25 min drive from where I live but I'll probably wait till we go to................
Nice weekend away with Mrs Soupdragon, I'll get one there
You should have dropped some gentle hints. Then a gentleman would offer to do the right thing. We do need a prod now and again though as we can be a bit slow on the uptakeOnly reason I ordered online was I was unable to drive after ankle op until about 2 weeks ago and I knew hubby wouldn't get it for me. But now I know he loves the rosé I know he would if I asked him now
According to fueleconomy.co.uk a 15 mile ish round trip @ 55mpg would cost[pedant mode on]
Wouldn't a 50 minute drive cost more than £3:95?
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I would probably cover at least 35 miles in 50 minutes hereAccording to fueleconomy.co.uk a 15 mile ish round trip @ 55mpg would cost
£1.67 with petrol costing £1.35/litre. So no, but I wasn't planning on driving there. Was going to wait till we were going to Grimsby to get one
Have just emailed them to ask the question. Be interesting to see if I get a useful answer. Time will tell.
I agree, £25 a month is not a huge amount to advertise especially when you see figures of members 67 and guests 823 (as i type) which we have most of the day.I'm sure their own tasting panels and product development people are up to the job but getting the opinion of the people who actually use their products should be something to take on board?