Vodafone users are racing to bag £36 posh travel kit with cleanser, hair and body wash which is going for FREE

A WOMEN has revealed how she can buy herself a travel kit for free.

Taking to social media, Robyn Nicholls urged people to check out their Vodafone app to see if they could monetize the deal.

Vodafone users race to win free travel packages


Vodafone users race to win free travel packagesCredit: Facebook Group/Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK
Travel set with cleanser, toothbrush, hair and shower gel


Travel set with cleanser, toothbrush, hair and shower gelCredit: Getty
The deal is on the Vodafone . app


The deal is on the Vodafone . appCredit: Alamy

Sharing some photos of what she found, she wrote: “Just found on Vodafone App,” followed by a smiling face emoji.

In the first photo, the viewer can see that the travel set is from grüum, a skin and hair care company.

In the ad, Vodafone users are told they can get a free travel kit from the company worth £36.

The travel kit includes:

  • 1 x 3.0 laundry bag, worth £20
  • 1 x tandborste toothbrush, worth £3
  • 1 x Klar Brightening Cleanser with Activated Charcoal and Orange, £6
  • 1 x soap coconut shampoo, worth £7

And they wrote in the description: “gruum products are carefully crafted for you, your wallet and the planet, with skin-friendly ingredients, perfect for every part of your life. every body.”

People flocked to the comments to claim an unused code in an auction to get the travel kit.

One person shared: “Here is the code if anyone wants it Vodafthjpn5b3szmqw9g”.

Another said: “I have a password. Tried their products before but wouldn’t use if anyone wanted to?”

The third person asked: “Does anyone have the code?”

“How do you get this, I have broadband and mobile but can’t watch,” one person asked, another replied: “Hey you need to download the Vodafone app and then sign up for VeryMe rewards on the second tab along the left word x”.

Another shared: “You can choose the color of the bag too”, followed by a heart eye emoji.

While another added: “This sounds better than a discounted skincare set that smells I don’t like and leaves my skin breaking out.

“More to come with this! Good deal.”

Russell Falcon

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