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How to get 500 £10 Just Eat vouchers this weekend | Isle of Wight County Press – Isle of Wight County Press

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VoucherCodes are known for their discounts on numerous restaurants and delivery services and are offering a huge set of deals in a giveaway for this Easter weekend.
They will be giving away 500 £10 Just Eat vouchers for customers to use, but you’ll have to be quick if you want to get ahold of them.
The window for getting them is only open from 11am to 11.30am today (Thursday, April 14) on their website, and as soon as the 500 vouchers are claimed they are gone.
To make the most of this deal either create or sign in to your VoucherCodes account, then visit the VoucherCodes website here to claim the voucher.
Isle of Wight County Press: 500 Just Eat vouchers will be available (PA)500 Just Eat vouchers will be available (PA)
Anita Naik, Lifestyle Editor at comments, “If the four-day bank holiday and excuse to eat Easter eggs all weekend weren’t enough to be egg-cited about, the chance to get a takeaway for less should be! 
“Whether it’s pizza or a curry you’re dreaming of, if you want to be in with a chance of nabbing a voucher you’ll have to be speedy. The offer window is only open for half an hour, and once all 500 vouchers are gone – they’re gone!
“If you’re looking for more ways your family can save a little money this Easter, check out our blog post on how to save money on Easter with the kids.”
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