What information is on my till receipt?

Our checkout receipts give you information about the products you've bought. It shows details of when and where the transaction took place and the payment method you used. The information is useful if you need to bring a product back, or for your records.

Because receipts have limited space, some product descriptions may be shortened or abbreviated. If you're unsure about something on your receipt, please speak to a colleague in store.

You may notice letters against the price of each product - e.g., Product description / Product code / £2.50V. These indicate if a product is subject to VAT. Here's what the letters mean:

D = VAT not payable (e.g., groceries, fresh food, children's clothes)

V = VAT payable (e.g., confectionery, snacks, beers, wines, spirits and general merchandise such as electricals)

M = VAT payable (e.g., products sold from our kiosk/tobacco)

No indicator shown = VAT not payable (e.g. postage stamps, lottery).

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