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Verizon announces separate private exchange offers for (i) 7 series of notes for up to $750 million of new notes and (ii) 10 series of notes for up to $2 billion of new notes and, if applicable, cash

NEW YORK, Sept.

21, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Verizon Communications Inc. ("Verizon") (NYSE, NASDAQ: VZ) today announced the commencement of two separate transactions to exchange certain series of its outstanding notes.
The Exchange OffersThe first transaction consists of private offers to exchange the 7 outstanding series of notes listed in the first table below and maturing from 2021 through 2024 (collectively, the "Short-Dated Old Notes"), in each case, for newly issued notes of Verizon due 2030 (the "2030 New Notes") (the "Short-Dated Exchange Offers"), on the terms and subject to the conditions set forth in an offering memorandum dated September 21, 2020 (the "Short-Dated Offering Memorandum"), and the second transaction consists of private offers to exchange the 10 outstanding series of notes listed in the second table below and maturing from 2037 through 2055 (collectively, the "Long-Dated Old Notes" and, together with the "Short-Dated Old Notes, the "Old Notes"), in each case, for newly issued notes of Verizon due 2056 (the "2056 New Notes" and, together with the 2030 New Notes, the "New Notes") and, if applicable, for the Long-Dated Cash Amount (as defined below) (the "Long-Dated Exchange Offers" and, together with the Short-Dated Exchange Offers, the "Exchange Offers"), on the terms and subject to the conditions set forth in an offering memorandum dated September 21, 2020 (the "Long-Dated Offering Memorandum" and, together with the Short-Dated Offering Memorandum, the "Offering Memorandums"). The Short-Dated Offering Memorandum and the accompanying short-dated eligibility letter constitute the "Short-Dated Exchange Offer Documents", and the Long-Dated Offering Memorandum and the accompanying long-dated eligibility letter constitute the "Long-Dated Exchange Offer Documents," which, together with the Short-Dated Exchange Offer Documents, are referred to as the "Exchange Offer Documents". Only holders who have duly completed and returned an eligibility letter certifying that they are either (1) "qualified institutional buyers" ("QIBs") (as defined in Rule 144A under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "Securities Act")) or (2) non-"U.S. persons" (as defined in Rule 902 under the Securities Act) located outside of the United States and who are not acting for the account or benefit of a U.S.

Person and are "Non-U.S. qualified offerees" (as defined in the eligibility letters) are authorized to receive the Offering Memorandums and to participate in the Exchange Offers (each such holder, an "Eligible Holder").The Exchange Offers will expire at 5:00 p.m. (Eastern time) on October 26, 2020, unless extended or earlier terminated (such date and time with respect to an Exchange Offer, as the same may be extended with respect to such Exchange Offer, the "Expiration Date"). To be eligible to receive the applicable Total Exchange Price (as defined below), which includes the applicable Early Participation Payment (as defined below), Eligible Holders must validly tender their Old Notes at or prior to 5:00 p.m. (Eastern time) on October 2, 2020, unless extended or earlier terminated (such date and time with respect to an Exchange Offer, as the same may be extended with respect to such Exchange Offer, the "Early Participation Date"). Eligible Holders who validly tender their Old Notes after the applicable Early Participation Date, but at or prior to the applicable Expiration Date, will be eligible to receive the applicable Exchange Price for any such series accepted, which is equal to the Total Exchange Price for such series minus the applicable Early Participation Payment.

All Eligible Holders whose Old Notes are accepted in an Exchange Offer will also receive a cash payment equal to the accrued and unpaid interest on such Old Notes to, but excluding, the relevant settlement date (as described below) (the "Accrued Coupon Payment") in addition to the Total Exchange Price or Exchange Price, as applicable, payable for such Old Notes. The Accrued Coupon Payment for any Old Notes exchanged for New Notes at the Final Settlement Date (as defined below), if any, will be reduced to offset any interest accrued on such New Notes from the applicable Early Settlement Date (as defined below), as further described in the Offering Memorandums.Old Notes may be validly withdrawn at any time at or prior to 5:00 p.m. (Eastern time) on October 2, 2020, unless extended or earlier terminated, but not thereafter.For each of the Exchange Offers, Verizon is offering to accept for exchange validly tendered Old Notes using the applicable "waterfall" methodology under which such Old Notes of different series will be accepted in the order of their respective Acceptance Priority Levels as listed in the tables below, subject to an initial £750 million cap on the maximum aggregate principal amount of 2030 New Notes that Verizon will issue in all of the Short-Dated Exchange Offers (the "Short-Dated New Notes Cap") and an initial £2.0 billion cap on the maximum aggregate principal amount of 2056 New Notes that Verizon will issue in all of the Long-Dated Exchange Offers (the "Long-Dated New Notes Cap", and, together with the Short-Dated New Notes Cap, the "New Notes Cap"). However, Verizon, in its sole discretion, has the option to increase the New Notes Cap to the extent necessary to allow acceptance of one or more series of Old Notes validly tendered and not validly withdrawn at or prior to the applicable Early Participation Date up to a maximum new Short-Dated New Notes Cap of £2.0 billion and new Long-Dated New Notes Cap of £4.5 billion; and provided further that any increase in the New Notes Cap shall in no way affect the operation of the applicable Acceptance Priority Procedures (as described below).Each of the Exchange Offers is subject to the terms and conditions described in the applicable Offering Memorandum, including (i) the applicable Acceptance Priority Procedures, (ii) the applicable New Notes Cap and (iii) only with respect to any validly tendered Old Notes to be settled after the applicable Early Settlement Date, a tax condition, which is satisfied as long as Verizon determines, in its reasonable judgment, that it is highly likely that the New Notes issuable in exchange for such Old Notes will be issued in a "qualified reopening" for U.S. federal income tax purposes, as determined on the applicable Short-Dated Expiration Date (the "Tax Condition").

In addition, each of the Exchange Offers is subject to a minimum issue requirement, pursuant to which at the applicable Early Participation Date, in the case of the Short-Dated Exchange Offers, the aggregate principal amount of 2030 New Notes to be issued on the applicable Early Settlement Date must be at least £500 million (the "Short-Dated Minimum Issue Requirement") and, in the case of the Long-Dated Exchange Offers, the aggregate principal amount of 2056 New Notes to be issued on the Early Settlement Date must be at least £1 billion (the "Long-Dated Minimum Issue Requirement" and, together with the Short-Dated Minimum Issue Requirement, the "Minimum Issue Requirement"). Verizon may not waive the Tax Condition or the Minimum Issue Requirement.Provided that all conditions to each of the Exchange Offers have been satisfied or waived by Verizon by the applicable Early Participation Date, all Old Notes validly tendered at or prior to the applicable Early Participation Date and accepted for exchange in such Exchange Offers will be settled on the second business day after the applicable Early Participation Date (the "Early Settlement Date"). The "Final Settlement Date," if any, is the date on which Verizon will settle all Old Notes validly tendered and accepted for exchange in such Exchange Offers, and not previously settled on the applicable Early Settlement Date.

The Final Settlement Date is expected to be the second business day after the applicable Expiration Date, unless extended with respect to any Exchange Offer.Short-Dated Exchange OffersOn the terms and subject to the conditions set forth in the Short-Dated Offering Memorandum, Verizon is offering to exchange the following outstanding notes for the 2030 New Notes in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed the Short-Dated New Notes Cap (subject to any increase in such Short-Dated New Notes Cap at Verizon's discretion) as described below:________
(1)   Payable in principal amount of 2030 New Notes, as part of the applicable Short-Dated Total Exchange Price (as defined below), per each £1,000 principal amount of the specified series of Short-Dated Old Notes validly tendered at or prior to the applicable Early Participation Date and accepted for exchange (the "Short-Dated Early Participation Payment"). The total consideration for each £1,000 principal amount of each series of Short-Dated Old Notes validly tendered at or prior to the applicable Early Participation Date is referred to as the "Short-Dated Total Exchange Price" for such series. Eligible Holders who validly tender Short-Dated Old Notes of a series after the applicable Short-Dated Early Participation Date, but at or prior to the applicable Short-Dated Expiration Date, will receive the exchange consideration for any such series accepted by us, which is equal to the Short-Dated Total Exchange Price minus the applicable Short-Dated Early Participation Payment (with respect to such series, the "Short-Dated Exchange Price").
(2)   The Short-Dated Total Exchange Price payable per each £1,000 principal amount of a series of Short-Dated Old Notes validly tendered for exchange other than the Floating Rate Notes (as defined below) (the "Fixed Rate Notes") will be payable in a specified principal amount of 2030 New Notes and will be based on the fixed spread specified in the table above (the "Short-Dated Fixed Spread") for the applicable series of Fixed Rate Notes, plus the yield of the specified Reference U.S.

Treasury Security for that series (as quoted on the applicable Bloomberg Reference Page listed in the table above) as of 9:00 a.m. (Eastern time) on October 5, 2020, unless extended with respect to the applicable Short-Dated Exchange Offer (such date and time with respect to a Short-Dated Exchange Offer, as the same may be extended with respect to such Short-Dated Exchange Offer, the "Short-Dated Price Determination Date"). The Short-Dated Total Exchange Price does not include the applicable Accrued Coupon Payment, which will be payable in cash in addition to the applicable Short-Dated Total Exchange Price.
(3)   The Short-Dated Total Exchange Price payable per each £1,000 principal amount of floating rate notes due 2022 (the "Floating Rate Notes") validly tendered for exchange, which is inclusive of the applicable Short-Dated Early Participation Payment, will be payable in a specified principal amount of 2030 New Notes. Any Floating Rate Notes validly tendered after the applicable Early Participation Date, but at or prior to the applicable Expiration Date, and accepted by us, will receive the Short-Dated Exchange Price, which is equal to the Short-Dated Total Exchange Price listed above for the Floating Rate Notes minus the applicable Short-Dated Early Participation Payment.Subject to the satisfaction or waiver of the conditions of the Short-Dated Exchange Offers, the "Acceptance Priority Procedures" will operate as follows with respect to such Exchange Offers:first, if the aggregate Short-Dated Total Exchange Price of all Short-Dated Old Notes validly tendered at or prior to the applicable Early Participation Date by Eligible Holders does not exceed the Short-Dated New Notes Cap, then Verizon will accept all such Short-Dated Old Notes.

However, if the aggregate Short-Dated Total Exchange Price of all Short-Dated Old Notes validly tendered at or prior to the applicable Short-Dated Early Participation Date by Short-Dated Eligible Holders exceeds the Short-Dated New Notes Cap (subject to any increase in such Short-Dated New Notes Cap at Verizon's discretion), then Verizon will (i) accept for exchange all validly tendered Short-Dated Old Notes of each series starting at the highest Acceptance Priority Level (level 1) and moving sequentially to Short-Dated Old Notes of each series having a lower Acceptance Priority Level (the lowest of which is level 7) until the aggregate Short-Dated Total Exchange Price of all validly tendered Short-Dated Old Notes of a series, combined with the aggregate Short-Dated Total Exchange Price of all accepted Short-Dated Old Notes of series with higher Acceptance Priority Levels, is as close as possible to, but does not exceed, the Short-Dated New Notes Cap, (ii) accept on a prorated basis validly tendered Short-Dated Old Notes of the series with the next lower Acceptance Priority Level and (iii) not accept for exchange (x) any such Short-Dated Old Notes of a series with an Acceptance Priority Level below that of the prorated series or (y) any Short-Dated Old Notes validly tendered after the applicable Early Participation Date; andsecond, if the Short-Dated New Notes Cap is not exceeded at the applicable Early Participation Date, Verizon will repeat the steps described in the prior bullet using the Short-Dated Exchange Price with respect to Short-Dated Old Notes validly tendered after the applicable Early Participation Date, but at or prior to the applicable Expiration Date, in order to determine the aggregate principal amount of such Short-Dated Old Notes that Verizon will accept for exchange. All Short-Dated Old Notes, regardless of Acceptance Priority Level, that are validly tendered at or prior to the applicable Early Participation Date will have priority over any Short-Dated Old Notes validly tendered after the applicable Early Participation Date.Both the Total Exchange Price and the Exchange Price payable with respect to a series of Short-Dated Old Notes are payable in principal amount of 2030 New Notes.The 2030 New Notes will mature on October 30, 2030 and will bear interest at a rate per annum (the "2030 New Notes Coupon") that will be equal to the sum of (a) the yield of the 0.625% U.S. Treasury Security due August 15, 2030, as calculated by the lead dealer managers in accordance with standard market practice and as described in the Short-Dated Offering Memorandum, plus (b) 95 basis points, such sum rounded to the third decimal place when expressed as a percentage.

Pursuant to the Short-Dated Minimum Issue Requirement, Verizon will not complete the Short-Dated Exchange Offers if the aggregate principal amount of 2030 New Notes to be issued on the applicable Early Settlement Date would be less than £500 million.Promptly after the Short-Dated Price Determination Date, Verizon will issue a press release specifying, among other things, (i) the Short-Dated Total Exchange Price for each series of Fixed Rate Notes, (ii) the 2030 New Notes Coupon, (iii) the aggregate principal amount of Short-Dated Old Notes validly tendered at or prior to the applicable Early Participation Date and accepted for exchange in each Short-Dated Exchange Offer, (iv) the proration factor (if any) to be applied and (v) the aggregate principal amount of 2030 New Notes to be issued on the applicable Short-Dated Early Settlement Date.Long-Dated Exchange OffersOn the terms and subject to the conditions set forth in the Long-Dated Offering Memorandum, Verizon is offering to exchange the following outstanding notes for (i) the 2056 New Notes in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed the Long-Dated New Notes Cap (subject to any increase in such Long-Dated New Notes Cap at Verizon's discretion), and (ii) the applicable Long-Dated Cash Amount, if any, as described below:________
(1)   Payable in principal amount of Long-Dated New Notes, as part of the applicable Long-Dated Total Exchange Price (as defined below), per each £1,000 principal amount of the specified series of Long-Dated Old Notes validly tendered at or prior to the applicable Early Participation Date and accepted for exchange (the "Long-Dated Early Participation Payment" and, together with the Short-Dated Early Participation Payment, the "Early Participation Payment"). The total consideration for each £1,000 principal amount of each series of Long-Dated Old Notes validly tendered at or prior to the applicable Early Participation Date is referred to as the "Long-Dated Total Exchange Price" for such series and, together with the Short-Dated Total Exchange Price, as the "Total Exchange Price". Eligible Holders who validly tender Long-Dated Old Notes of a series after the applicable Early Participation Date, but at or prior to the applicable Expiration Date, will receive the exchange consideration for any such series accepted by us, which is equal to the Long-Dated Total Exchange Price minus the applicable Long-Dated Early Participation Payment (with respect to such series, the "Long-Dated Exchange Price" and, together with the Short-Dated Exchange Price, the "Exchange Price").
(2)   The Long-Dated Total Exchange Price payable per each £1,000 principal amount of a series of Long-Dated Old Notes validly tendered for exchange will be payable in (i) a specified principal amount of 2056 New Notes and (ii) the applicable Long-Dated Cash Amount, if any, and will be based on the fixed spread specified in the table above (the "Long-Dated Fixed Spread") for the applicable series of Long-Dated Old Notes, plus the yield of the specified Reference U.S.

Treasury Security for that series (as quoted on the applicable Bloomberg Reference Page listed in the table above) as of 9:00 a.m. (Eastern time) on October 5, 2020, unless extended with respect to the applicable Long-Dated Exchange Offer (such date and time with respect to a Long-Dated Exchange Offer, as the same may be extended with respect to such Long-Dated Exchange Offer, the "Long-Dated Price Determination Date"). The Long-Dated Total Exchange Price does not include the applicable Accrued Coupon Payment, which will be payable in cash in addition to the applicable Long-Dated Total Exchange Price.
(3)  The cash payment payable as a portion of the Long-Dated Total Exchange Price for each series of Long-Dated Old Notes is equal to the amount shown in this column per each £1,000 principal amount of such series of Long-Dated Old Notes validly tendered at or prior to the applicable Expiration Date and accepted for exchange (the "Long-Dated Cash Amount"). The Long-Dated Cash Amount does not include the applicable Long-Dated Accrued Coupon Payment on the Long-Dated Old Notes accepted for exchange, which will be payable in addition to the applicable Long-Dated Total Exchange Price or Long-Dated Exchange Price.Subject to the satisfaction or waiver of the conditions of the Long-Dated Exchange Offers, the "Acceptance Priority Procedures" will operate as follows with respect to such Exchange Offers:first, if the aggregate Long-Dated Total Exchange Price minus the aggregate Long-Dated Cash Amount of all Long-Dated Old Notes validly tendered at or prior to the applicable Early Participation Date by Eligible Holders does not exceed the Long-Dated New Notes Cap, then Verizon will accept all such Long-Dated Old Notes.

However, if the aggregate Long-Dated Total Exchange Price minus the aggregate Long-Dated Cash Amount of all Long-Dated Old Notes validly tendered at or prior to the applicable Early Participation Date by Eligible Holders exceeds the Long-Dated New Notes Cap (subject to any increase in such Long-Dated New Notes Cap at Verizon's discretion), then Verizon will (i) accept for exchange all validly tendered Long-Dated Old Notes of each series starting at the highest Acceptance Priority Level (level 1) and moving sequentially to Long-Dated Old Notes of each series having a lower Acceptance Priority Level (the lowest of which is level 10) until the aggregate Long-Dated Total Exchange Price minus the aggregate Long-Dated Cash Amount of all validly tendered Long-Dated Old Notes of a series, combined with the aggregate Long-Dated Total Exchange Price minus the aggregate Long-Dated Cash Amount of all accepted Long-Dated Old Notes of series with higher Acceptance Priority Levels, is as close as possible to, but does not exceed, the Long-Dated New Notes Cap, (ii) accept on a prorated basis validly tendered Long-Dated Old Notes of the series with the next lower Acceptance Priority Level and (iii) not accept for exchange (x) any such Long-Dated Old Notes of a series with an Acceptance Priority Level below that of the prorated series or (y) any Long-Dated Old Notes validly tendered after the applicable Early Participation Date; andsecond, if the Long-Dated New Notes Cap is not exceeded at the applicable Early Participation Date, Verizon will repeat the steps described in the prior bullet using the Long-Dated Exchange Price minus the aggregate Long-Dated Cash Amount with respect to Long-Dated Old Notes validly tendered after the applicable Early Participation Date, but at or prior to the applicable Expiration Date, in order to determine the aggregate principal amount of such Long-Dated Old Notes that Verizon will accept for exchange. All Long-Dated Old Notes, regardless of Acceptance Priority Level, that are validly tendered at or prior to the applicable Early Participation Date will have priority over any Long-Dated Old Notes validly tendered after the applicable Early Participation Date.Both the Total Exchange Price and the Exchange Price payable with respect to a series of Long-Dated Old Notes are payable in principal amount of 2056 New Notes and the applicable Long-Dated Cash Amount, if any. With respect to each of the Long-Dated Exchange Offers, Verizon may elect to decrease the principal amount of 2056 New Notes exchangeable for each £1,000 principal amount of the applicable Long-Dated Old Notes tendered and accepted by up to £100 per £1,000 principal amount, with a corresponding increase or decrease in the applicable Long-Dated Cash Amount.

Such adjustments would affect the composition, but not the amount, of the Long-Dated Total Exchange Price and the Long-Dated Exchange Price for the applicable Long-Dated Old Notes and, at Verizon's option, may be different for (i) Long-Dated Old Notes tendered and accepted for exchange at or prior to the applicable Early Participation Date and (ii) Long-Dated Old Notes tendered and accepted for exchange after the applicable Early Participation Date. Any such election will be announced at or around the Long-Dated Price Determination Date.The 2056 New Notes will mature on October 30, 2056 and will bear interest at a rate per annum (the "2056 New Notes Coupon") that will be equal to the sum of (a) the yield of the 1.25% U.S. Treasury Security due May 15, 2050, as calculated by the lead dealer managers in accordance with standard market practice and as described in the Long-Dated Offering Memorandum, plus (b) 145 basis points, such sum rounded to the third decimal place when expressed as a percentage.

Pursuant to the Long-Dated Minimum Issue Requirement, Verizon will not complete the Long-Dated Exchange Offers if the aggregate principal amount of 2056 New Notes to be issued on the applicable Early Settlement Date would be less than £1 billion.Promptly after the Long-Dated Price Determination Date, Verizon will issue a press release specifying, among other things, (i) the Long-Dated Total Exchange Price for each series of Long-Dated Old Notes, (ii) the 2056 New Notes Coupon, (iii) the aggregate principal amount of Long-Dated Old Notes validly tendered at or prior to the applicable Early Participation Date and accepted for exchange in each Long-Dated Exchange Offer, (iv) the proration factor (if any) to be applied, (v) the aggregate principal amount of 2056 New Notes to be issued on the applicable Early Settlement Date and (vi) the Long-Dated Cash Amount payable for certain series of Long-Dated Old Notes on the applicable Early Settlement Date.Registration of the New NotesIf and when issued, the New Notes will not be registered under the Securities Act or any other laws. Therefore, the New Notes may not be offered or sold in the United States absent registration or an applicable exemption from the registration requirements of the Securities Act and any applicable state securities laws. Verizon will enter into a registration rights agreement with respect to the New Notes.Global Bondholder Services Corporation will act as the Information Agent and the Exchange Agent for the Exchange Offers.

Questions or requests for assistance related to the Exchange Offers, including for assistance in completing an eligibility letter, or for additional copies of the Exchange Offer Documents may be directed to Global Bondholder Services Corporation at (866) 470-3800 (toll free) or (212) 430-3774 (collect). You may also contact your broker, dealer, commercial bank, trust company or other nominee for assistance concerning the Exchange Offers. The eligibility letter for the Short-Dated Exchange Offers can be accessed at the following link http://www.gbsc-usa.com/eligibility/verizonshort, and the eligibility letter for the Long-Dated Exchange Offers can be accessed at the following link http://www.gbsc-usa.com/eligibility/verizonlong.If Verizon terminates any Exchange Offer with respect to one or more series of Old Notes, it will give prompt notice to the Exchange Agent and all Old Notes tendered pursuant to such terminated Exchange Offer will be returned promptly to the tendering holders thereof.

With effect from such termination, any Old Notes blocked in the Depositary Trust Company will be released.
Eligible Holders are advised to check with any bank, securities broker or other intermediary through which they hold Old Notes as to when such intermediary needs to receive instructions from a holder in order for that holder to be able to participate in, or (in the circumstances in which revocation is permitted) revoke their instruction to participate in, the Exchange Offers before the deadlines specified herein and in the Exchange Offer Documents, as applicable. The deadlines set by any such intermediary and each clearing system for the submission and withdrawal of exchange instructions will also be earlier than the relevant deadlines specified herein and in the Exchange Offer Documents, as applicable.This announcement is for informational purposes only. This announcement is not an offer to purchase or a solicitation of an offer to purchase any Old Notes.

The Exchange Offers are being made solely pursuant to the Offering Memorandums, as applicable, and related documents. The Exchange Offers are not being made to holders of Old Notes in any jurisdiction in which the making or acceptance thereof would not be in compliance with the securities, blue sky or other laws of such jurisdiction. In any jurisdiction in which the securities laws or blue sky laws require the Exchange Offers to be made by a licensed broker or dealer, the Exchange Offers will be deemed to be made on behalf of Verizon by the dealer managers or one or more registered brokers or dealers that are licensed under the laws of such jurisdiction.This communication has not been approved by an authorized person for the purposes of Section 21 of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000, as amended (the "FSMA").

Accordingly, this communication is not being directed at persons within the United Kingdom save in circumstances where section 21(1) of the FSMA does not apply.In particular, this communication is only addressed to and directed at: (A) in any Member State of the European Economic Area and the United Kingdom, qualified investors within the meaning of the Prospectus Regulation and (B) (i) persons that are outside the United Kingdom or (ii) persons in the United Kingdom falling within the definition of investment professionals (as defined in Article 19(5) of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Financial Promotion) Order 2005 (the "Financial Promotion Order")) or within Article 43 of the Financial Promotion Order, or to high net worth companies, and other persons to whom financial promotions may lawfully be communicated, falling within Article 49(2)(a) to (d) of the Financial Promotion Order (such persons together being "relevant persons"). The New Notes are only available to, and any invitation, offer or agreement to subscribe, purchase or otherwise acquire such New Notes will be engaged in only with, relevant persons. Any person who is not a relevant person should not act or rely on either the Offering Memorandums or any of its contents.

For purposes of the foregoing, the "Prospectus Regulation" means Regulation (EU) 2017/1129, as amended.Cautionary Statement Regarding Forward-Looking StatementsIn this communication Verizon has made forward-looking statements. These forward-looking statements are not historical facts, but only predictions and generally can be identified by use of statements that include phrases such as "will," "may," "should," "continue," "anticipate," "believe," "expect," "plan," "appear," "project," "estimate," "intend," or other words or phrases of similar import. Similarly, statements that describe our objectives, plans or goals also are forward-looking statements.

These forward-looking statements are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those currently anticipated. Factors that could materially affect these forward-looking statements can be found in each of the Offering Memorandums under the heading "Risk Factors" and in our periodic reports filed with the SEC. Eligible Holders are urged to consider these factors carefully in evaluating the forward-looking statements and are cautioned not to place undue reliance on these forward-looking statements.

The forward-looking statements included in this press release are made only as of the date of this press release, and Verizon undertakes no obligation to update publicly these forward-looking statements to reflect new information, future events or otherwise.

In light of these risks, uncertainties and assumptions, the forward-looking events might or might not occur.

Verizon cannot assure you that projected results or events will be achieved.Media contact:
Eric Wilkens
201-572-9317
[email protected] 

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Grenfell insulation was sold at almost 50% discount, inquiry hears

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Grenfell Tower may have been used as "a guinea pig" for a newly branded insulation material that burned and released toxic gas, contributing to the deaths of 72 people, the inquiry into the disaster has heard. Foam boards used to insulate the west London council block were sold at an almost 50% discount by their manufacturer, Celotex, to contractors who were asked for help making the refurbishment a "case study" for the firm, the public inquiry was told. The synthetic foam - Celotex RS5000 - was not in the original architects' specification for the tower and the project manager for Harley, the cladding contractor, admitted on Monday that he did not check it complied with building regulations to prevent fires spreading through the external walls of tall buildings.

A salesman for Celotex had pushed the idea of using Grenfell Tower as a case study for using polyisocyanurate foam on tall buildings. Ben Bailey, the project manager on Grenfell for Harley, said the only assessment of its performance that he saw was of its thermal insulation, not its fire performance. Bailey was put in charge of the cladding contract aged 25, despite having no experience overseeing a project as project manager from start to finish.

He is the son of the owner of Harley, Ray Bailey, and told the inquiry on Monday that he had received no training or qualifications in fire safety in construction of buildings, in building regulations or industry codes of practice for design and installation of cladding and windows. The Celotex insulation was fitted behind aluminium composite panels, also combustible, with a polyetheleyne core. Together with failures in the installation, the materials fuelled the deadliest fire in the UK since the second world war.

It has since been withdrawn from sale. Bailey, now 30, said Harley had been offered a 47.5% discount on the foam, which the counsel to the inquiry, Richard Millett QC, described as "hefty". Bailey said it was not unusual on large orders.

Asked if the reason for using the material was its price, Bailey replied: "I don't believe that was the case." The inquiry saw a document that showed that in April 2015, Celotex had discussed with Bailey the opportunity to use the Grenfell project as "a case study" for their new material aimed at the high-rise market: RS5000. "I don't remember that meeting or that being discussed particularly," said Bailey, but he said it was on later occasions.

"Did you get the impression that Grenfell Tower was, as it were, a guinea pig for the installation of RS5000?" asked Millett. "That's not a thought that crossed my mind," he said. But he added: "There was correspondence later in the year about a case study."

Celotex RS5000 was introduced to the market just as Harley was starting to source materials for Grenfell. It differed from the material on the architect's specification. Harley had a contractual obligation to Rydon, the main contractor, to only change materials with its consent, but Bailey said he didn't know this.

Neither did he look at a contractual document that said Harley was responsible for making sure the cladding met the demands of official guidance on the fire performance of external walls. It also said Harley had to comply with all building regulations and a national standard for walls with vertical rainscreens, and stated: "The system shall not be a fire risk at any stage of installation, nor shall it constitute a fire hazard after completion if for any reason the insulant becomes exposed." "I wasn't aware of that document at the time," Bailey said.

Bailey was also unaware that product literature for RS 5000 stated that its classification for safe use on buildings over 18m only applied to the system as tested and detailed in the classification report, which did not test it with combustible, plasti-filled aluminium panels "That's not something I was aware of," Bailey said. He said had no training in understanding building regulations or in keeping up-to-date with industry codes of practice for the design and installation of cladding and windows.

He said it was never his role to be considering the fire performance of the materials.

The inquiry continues.

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Boots hacks to boost your points and get discount codes and beauty products for free

Boots is a high street favourite for many shoppers across Greater Manchester. And with everything from pharmacy necessities to healthcare and cosmetics - it's a go-to spot for many city centre shopping sprees. Especially on the run up to Christmas, the store has made a name for itself with its three for two offers, tempting gift box deals and sell-out advent calendars that can save you a ton of money.

And there are plenty of other ways to save as we approach the Christmas season too. Opting in to email marketing, downloading the app and Googling before you shop could all help you save a fortune. And, when it comes to points, there's a way to use them to save money instantly, instead of having to wait until the next time you're in store.

Here's our round-up of Boots tips and tricks that you can use the next time you shop in store or online.

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Get an instant 300 points on your loyalty card - that's enough to get a Barry M or Rimmel nail varnish for free

When it comes to saving as you shop, signing up to a store's loyalty scheme is always the first step you should take. At Boots, each loyalty point is worth 1p, so every 100 points you earn is GBP1 to spend in store or online. If you join Boots' loyalty programme by becoming a Boots Advantage Card holder, you can get four points for every GBP1 you spend (so you get 4p back on every GBP1 spent, whereas many retailer's loyalty schemes only offer 1p back).

Once you create your account, download the Boots app and your account will be topped up with 200 points (worth GBP2) instantly. Then collect a further 100 points (an extra GBP1) when you give your email for the latest health and beauty news and advice. Click here to sign up for a free Boots Advantage Card

Boots points checkout hack: Split transactions to tactically gain and spend Boots Advantage Card loyalty points instantly

When you get to the self-checkouts, see how many points you have on your card.

If you only need a few more points to pay for one of the cheaper items in your basket it might be more beneficial to split transactions instead of saving the points for your next shopping trip. Put the item (or items) you want to pay for with your points to the side. Scan and pay for the remaining products to accumulate more points.

Then pay for the item or items you've put aside using your points card.

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Save GBP127.50 on beauty by buying an advent calendar - and have the chance of winning GBP1000 too

Last year moneysavingexpert.co.uk revealed that you could get your hands on GBP174 of No7 cosmetics for GBP42 by buying the No7 advent calendar - it sold out in two days! This year's No7 advent calendar costs GBP45 but products included are worth GBP172.50-  saving you GBP127.50. Shoppers are also being asked to look out for one of ten golden tickets hidden inside select calendars for a chance to win GBP1000 worth of No7 goodies.

Click here to add your name onto the Boots' No7 beauty advent calendar waiting list

Use all your Boots Advantage Loyalty Card points at Christmas

Instead of using your points to get money off through out the year, commit to not spending a point until December. You could make killer savings during the Christmas season. And if you can hold off from spending them for even longer, wait until Boxing Day so you can get more for your points by spending them on discounted items.

Starting in January will help you to accumulate a year's worth of points - but it's not too late to start now so you'll have some set aside for Christmas.

Use vouchercodes to quickly view Boots' current deals - here's the current list for September

It can be overwhelming to take in each offer when you visit an retailer's website for a browse. So before you visit, head to vouchercodes.com to see a list of current offers to have a more organised shopping trip. Sometimes vouchercodes.com just shows you the deals (no extra details required) and other times you can click to to reveal a code.

Here's what's been identified for the month of September:

  • Up to 50% off Selected Fragrances at Boots - Including Dior, YSL and More
  • Up to 50% off Selected Haircare at Boots
  • 3 for 2 on Selected Cosmetics at Boots
  • GBP10 off Livi Online Consultation Bookings at Boots (Code: BOOTS10)
  • Buy 1 Get 1 Half Price on Selected Beauty Accessories at Boots
  • Up to 1/3 off Selected Baby Skincare at Boots
  • Free Gift with Selected e.l.f. Cosmetics Orders Over GBP10 at Boots
  • 2 for 1 on Selected Hand Hygiene Lines at Boots
  • Free 25ml No7 Line Correcting Booster Serum with Selected No7 Orders Over GBP50 at Boots

Get your hands on 'beauty freebies'

If you're a beauty fan, you might want to sign up to become a member of the Boots X tribe. Once you opt in to marketing, you'll be able to receive Boots' 'beauty freebies'.

You'll also get sent exclusive offers, beauty tips and more.

Click here to join the Boots X tribe.

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Coupons & COVID-19: Simple Way to Pinch Pennies During the Pandemic

The pandemic has many of us pinching pennies and looking to get a better bang for our buck. "I mean it's a pandemic! You got to do what you got to do," said Hartford resident Latrice Foster.

Foster spoke to NBC Connecticut as she was entering the Stop & Shop on New Park Avenue in Hartford. "I'm coming here because they have the sale item that I want." Foster isn't messing around when it comes to saving money.

"I go to all the local stores and buy whatever is on sale with my coupons." Even with one less mouth to feed these days. "So I have a son, but he just left for school, so my grocery bill just got cut in half!

So yeah for that because he's 6'4," so he's a giant. Imagine how much he eat?" Hartford resident Chris Branford is also watching his wallet during the coronavirus crisis too.

"It makes you like appreciate what you got. What you can do with your money." Branford said he's clipping coupons more these days, something New Britain father Nicola Faraone swears by.

He finds that it saves his family a lot of extra money. "It just means being able to take more vacations," he said, and putting his kids in more programs too.   Faraone, a longtime grocery store employee, has seen firsthand just how hard this year has been for folks, like when shelves went bare as the state started to shut down.  

"In 25 years, I've never seen anything like what I saw on those four weeks. Literally, we were sleeping at the store. It was crazy."

Now Faraone hopes his years of couponing can help out other Connecticut families during the coronavirus crisis. His wife Irene explained the first time her husband shopped with coupons, "He came home with enough stuff to fill our kitchen, I looked at him and said, 'what are you doing?' He told her, "This whole thing only cost me like £32." So she said, "At that point I said, 'you know what, do what you got to do.'"

Faraone said finding and clipping coupons is easy - check your local flyers and browse online too.  "When I get the coupons, I clip them right away. My sons like to help clip them, so it's kind of like a family thing."

But Faraone said it's essential to keep the coupons in order by expiration date, really take the time to plan out your grocery shop, know exactly what you want to purchase, and set a budget.

 "I said all right, 'this is what I'm spending' and I was literally like 40 cents off." Faraone said only buy what you'll need, despite what you see in his packed basement, which his kids call "The Coupon Store." For the family of five, he said it makes sense to stock up.

Plus, they like to share with neighbors in need. While cleaning supplies, for example, may be tough to find right now, Faraone said deals do exist, even if you have to think outside of the box. For example, "What you can do is called 'stacking,' when you use a store coupon with a manufacturer's coupon." Using both on one item makes things even cheaper.

For the Faraones, couponing gives them a little more cushion as they bounce through life's ups and downs. "I'd say on average about £10,000 a year," said Faraone.   Couponing can be complicated, so the Faraone family recommended finding and joining local Facebook groups.

They said don't be afraid to ask members questions and most importantly, make it fun. That's what Foster suggests too. "Just look at the different flyers on the weekend on a Saturday or Sunday when you're sitting there watching TV, or something, maybe NBC News."

Industry analyst Ted Rossman said make sure you look for deals online too. He's seeing more digital deals linked to credit cards during the coronavirus crisis, as more people are shopping from the comfort and safety of their couches. While Rossman suggested taking advantage of these cash back offers, he warned they do come with a catch: make sure you're not buying over your budget.

Rossman said he believes the main risks with these online offers are overspending and privacy concerns. While Rossman said some folks are fearful of getting tracked by advertisers online, for those who already use the web to shop, he suggests checking out all your options before you cash out. "Don't go directly to the retailer's site.

Like click through that credit card portal or click through that airline portal look around for coupon codes."

This way, he said, you can potentially get items cheaper, accumulate extra points for the future or gain potential cash back opportunities.

So when times are tough, savvy shoppers said taking some extra time that can save you some extra cash in the end.

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New Harris Teeter e-Vic deals: Milk, GM cereal, granola bars, orange juice, Whole Blends

* This post contains affiliate links and we may earn a small commission if you use them. Check your Friday Harris Teeter e-mail for a new set of e-Vic deals! My offers include milk, Pizza Rolls, GM cereal, granola bars, orange juice, Whole Blends and more!

Remember, you can only get those e-Vic offers loaded to your Vic card from Harris Teeter. Following are the deals I received in my e-mail. You may have received some of these as well or you may have different offers.

Weekend Only Deal valid Saturday and Sunday, 9/19-9/20: Harris Teeter Milk, 1 gallon, £1.77, limit 2 - .25 ibotta cash back offer These offers are valid Sept.

18 - 22, 2020: Totino's Party Pizza select or Pizza Rolls, 15 count, .97, limit 4

Activia, YoCrunch or Danimals yogurt, 4-6 pack, £1.57, limit 8 - £1/2 Danimals coupon from 8/23 SS or Checkout 51 cash back offer General Mills Cereal, select, 8.9 - 12.2 oz, £1.97, limit 4 Coupon: £1/2 coupon from Smart Shopper coupons link, £1.50/3 coupon from 8/16 SS, £1/2 Savingstar cash back offer

Nature Valley Granola Bars or General Mills Big G Treat Bars, select, £1.97, limit 4 - £1/2 Nature Valley coupons from Smart Shopper coupons link or 8/9 SS Harris Teeter orange juice, gallon, £2.47, limit 4 Duke Buffalo Chicken Dip, 12 oz, £3.47, limit 4

Zaro's Rugelach, 8 oz, £3.97 Garnier Whole Blends shampoo or conditioner, 12.5 oz, £2.97 - £4/2 coupon from 9/13 RMN = .97 each Crest Pro Health toothpaste, 5.1 - 6.3 oz, £2.97, limit 4 - £1 coupon from HT digital coupons or 9/20 RMN

DEALS FROM THE AD

Harris Teeter has some excellent deals starting Wednesday, Sept.

16 including blueberries, corn, chicken leg quarters, Yoplait yogurt, eggs, ice cream, Super Pretzel, canned veggies, Mueller's pasta, tortillas, BBQ sauce, coffee, a Buy 5 Save £5 Kellogg's Promotion, a 4-Day Fuel Points promotion and more!

4-Day Fuel Points Promotion

On Wednesday, Sept.

16, spend £40 on any combination of dairy or frozen foods and get 300 bonus fuel points. On Thursday, Sept.

17, spend £30 on any combination of soft drinks, chips or candy and get 200 bonus fuel points. On Friday, Sept.

18, spend £20 on any combination of fresh seafood and get 200 bonus fuel points. On Saturday, Sept.

169 spend £40 on any combination of deli, bakery or fresh foods items and get 400 bonus fuel points.

1-Day Entenmann's Donut Sale

On Friday, September 18, Entenmann's Donuts 8 packs are only £1.97. There is a limit of 4.

See the offer on their Facebook page.

4X Fuel Points Offer

Get 4X Fuel Points on gift cards with the HT digital coupon from 9/9 to 9/22/20. See coupon for details.

Weekly Deals

These deals are valid September 16-22, 2020.

Buy 5 Save £5 Kellogg's Promotion

Purchase any combination of 5 of the Kellogg's products in the ad and get £1 off each item. You need to buy them all in the same transaction.

Kellogg's Eggo Waffles, various 8.5 - 12.3 oz and Pancakes, 12.7 - 16 oz Sale: £2.50 - £1 promotion discount Coupon: £1 coupon from Kelloggsfamilyrewards.com when you redeem 850 points

Total after coupon and discount = .50 Kellogg's Mini Wheats, Raisin Bran or Special K cereal, 11-18 oz Sale: £2.50 - £1 promotion discount

Coupons: £1/1 Kellogg's cereal coupon from Kelloggsfamilyrewards.com when you redeem 850 points, £1/2 coupons from 7/26 and 8/30 RMN, .50/1 Raisin Bran and Special K coupons, £1/2 Frosted Mini Wheats coupon and £1/3 any cereal coupon from Kelloggsfamilyrewards.com in the Coupons tab Total after £1 discount and £1 or .50/1 coupon = .50 Kellogg's Nutri-Grain Bars, 10.4 oz, £2.50 - £1 promotion discount and £1 coupon from Kelloggsfamilyrewards.com when you redeem 850 points = .50 after coupon and discount

Kellogg's Special K Bars, 5.2 - 7.4 oz, £2.50 - £1 promotion discount and £1 coupon from Kelloggsfamilyrewards.com when you redeem 850 points = .50 after coupon and discount Kashi Bars or Bites, 5.3 - 8.4 oz, £2.50 - £1 promotion discount and £1/2 HT digital coupon (exp 9/17) Kellogg's Pop Tarts, 12 count, £2.99 - £1 promotion discount

Coupons: £1 coupon from Kelloggsfamilyrewards.com when you redeem 850 points, £1/2 coupon from 7/26 RMN (exp 9/20) Bear Naked Granola, 11 - 12 oz, £3.33 - £1 promotion discount and .50 ibotta cash back offer = £1.83 after coupon and ibotta Kashi Cereal, 10-16.3 oz, £3.33 - £1 promotion discount = £2.33

Kellogg's RIce Krispies Treats, 12,4 oz value pack, £3.50 - £1 promotion discount Coupons: £1 coupon from Kelloggsfamilyrewards.com when you redeem 850 points, £1/2 coupon from 8/30 RMN Total after £1 coupon and £1 discount = £1.50

Cheez-It or Pringles Multi-packs, 18-20 count, £5.99 - £1 promotion discount Coupons: £1 Cheez-It or £1/2 Pringles coupons from Kelloggsfamilyrewards.com when you redeem 850 points

E-Vic Offers

Yoplait yogurt, 4-6 oz, .37 - £1/10 coupon from 8/2 SS, HT digital coupons or Smart Shopper coupons = .27 each , limit 18 Harris Teeter corn, green beans 14.5-15.25 oz or black, kidney or pinto beans, 15-15.5 oz, .37, limit 12

Dannon Greek yogurt, 5.3 oz, .87, limit 12 Harris Teeter large eggs, 12 count, .87, limit 2 Philadelphia cream cheese, 8 oz brick, £1.57, limit 4

Blue Diamond almonds, 6 oz, £1.97, limit 4 Harris Teeter All Natural Ice Cream, 48 oz or Ice Cream Sandwiches, 12-16 count, £1.97, limit 4

Produce

Lemons, large, 2 for £1 Farmers Market bulk corn, .33 each

Blueberries, pint, .99, limit 4 Iceberg lettuce, .99 each Spaghetti, Butternut or Acorn Squash, .99/lb

Whole carrots, 2 lb bag, .99 Grape tomatoes, pint, £1.50 Organic Roma Tomatoes, £1.99/lb

Yellow onions, 3 lb bag, £1.99 Sliced Baby Bella or Whole Cremini mushrooms, 8 oz, £2 NatureSweet Cherubs salad tomatoes, 10 oz, BOGO for £2.24 each

Sunset Campari Tomatoes, 1 lb, BOGO for £2.49 each Vine Ripe slicing tomatoes, 4 pack, £2.99 Blackberries, 6 oz, £3

Fresh Express Salads, 6-11 oz, £3 White Cauliflower, £3 Clementines, 3 lb bag, £3.99

Floral: Sunflower Bunches, 5 stems, £4

Meat

Perdue chicken leg quarters, 10 lb bag, .59/lb Smithfield pork loin, all natural whole boneless, £1.79/lb Harris Teeter pork loin chops, boneless, value pack, £2.99/lb

93% Lean ground beef, value pack, £3.99/lb

93% Lean ground turkey, 20.80 package, £3.99

93% Lean ground beef, small pack, £4.49/lb Whole dressed Golden Trout, fresh, £4.99/lb Porterhouse or T-Bone Steak, value pack, £5.99/lb (small pack is £6.49/lb)

Salmon fillets, farm raised, fresh, £6.99/lb Mahi Mahi fillets, wild caught, £7.99/lb Barramundi fillets, farm raised, £8.99/lb

East Coast Shrimp, wild caught, £8.99/lb Snow crab clusters, wild caught, £9.99/lb EZ Peel white shrimp, Buy 1 Get 2 Free

Nathan's Beef Franks, 12 oz, BOGO for £2.99 each Philly Gourmet Sliced Steaks, 15 oz, BOGO Smithfield Boneless Pork Loin Filets, 23-27.20 oz, BOGO

Smithfield Breakfast Sausage, 16 oz, £2 Fresh Foods Market Whole Subs in the Deli, £3.99 Beyond Beef, 16 oz, £6.99

Dairy

Fage TruBlend Yogurt, 5.3 oz, £1 - .45 ibotta cash back offer

Chobani Less Sugar or Oat Yogurt, 5.3 oz, £1 Harris Teeter Ricotta Cheese, 15 oz, BOGO for £1.49 each Harris Teeter cream cheese tub, 8 oz, £1.50

Fresh Foods cake slices, £1.99 each Cabot Cheese, 8 oz brick, BOGO for £2.14 each Harris Teeter Cage Free Large Brown Eggs, 12 count, £2.50

Nestle Toll House cookie dough, 16 oz, £2.50 Sargento shredded cheese, 6-8 oz, £2.50 - .50/2, .60/2 or £1/2 coupon from 8/30 SS Nestle Coffee mate creamer 32 oz or Natural Bliss Creamer, 16 oz, £3

Simply Almond milk, 46 oz, £3.50 - .75/1 coupon from Smart Shopper coupons and £1 ibotta cash back offer = £2 after coupon Chobani Oatmilk 52 oz or Creamer 24 oz, £3.50 - £1 coupon from 8/30 SS and £1 Savingstar cash back offer (exp 9/16) Chobani Greek yogurt, 4 pack, £3.50 - £1/2 coupon from 8/30 SS and £1/2 Savingstar cash back offer (exp 9/16)

Chobani Flips, or Gimmies Shakes, 4 pack, £3.99 - £1/2 coupon from 8/30 SS and £1/2 Savingstar cash back offer (exp 9/16) Toscana Fresh Mozzarella Ball, 8 oz, £3.99

Frozen

Super Pretzel, 6 count or Softstix, 9 oz, BOGO for £1.99 each - £1 coupon from 8/16 SS and .50 or .75 ibotta cash back offers = .99 after coupon Harris Teeter non-steam vegetables, 6-12 oz, £1.25

Birds Eye Steamfresh and frozen vegetables, select, 10-16 oz, BOGO for £1.34 - £1.49 each Pillsbury Grands Biscuits, 8 count, £1.66 - £1/3 coupons from 9/13 SS, Smart Shopper coupons, HT digital coupons and Savingstar offer Pillsbury Toaster Strudel, 11.7 oz, £1.66

Mayfield Ice Cream Bars and Sandwiches, select, 6 count, BOGO for £1.74 each Baskin Robbins ice cream, 14 oz, BOGO for £2.49 each Harris Teeter Thin Crust Pizza, 20.5 - 22.9 oz, £2.50

Mayfield ice cream, 1.5 quart, BOGO for £3.29 each Totino's Pizza Rolls, 24.8 oz, £3.33 Farm Rich Appetizers, 16-26 oz, £4.99

Shelf Stable

Mueller's Pasta, 12-16 oz, BOGO for .79 each - .75/2 coupon from 9/13 SS = 5 cents each!

Harris Teeter Tortillas Fajita size, 10 count, BOGO for .64 each Late July No Grain tortilla chips, 5.5 oz, BOGO for £1.69 each - £1 ibotta cash back offer = .69 Kraft Barbecue Sauce, 18 oz, BOGO for .74 each

Harris Teeter Spaghetti or Penne Rigate Pasta, 12-16 oz, .79 Harris Teeter Evaporated Milk, 12 oz, .89 Harris Teeter Marshmallows, 10 - 10.5 oz, .89

New York Bakery Croutons, 5 oz bag, BOGO for .94 each Pepsi products, 2 ltr, .99 Coke products, 2 ltr, £1

Larabar bars, select, 1.6 - 1.7 oz, £1 - .50/2 HT digital coupon and .50/2 Savingstar cash back offer Trident chewing gum, single packs, Buy 2 Get 1 Free - £1 each when you buy 3 Flatout Wraps or Flatbread, select 5-6 count, BOGO for £2.24 each - £1 coupon from Smart Shopper coupons link = £1.24

Old El Paso Spanish Rice, 7.6 oz, £1.25 Old El Paso Taco Shells, select, £1.25 Classico pasta sauce, 24 oz, £1.29

Harris Teeter peanut butter, 16 oz, £1.29 Harris Teeter Cereal, select, 11.5 - 17 oz, £1.33 Kraft Salad Dressing, 16 oz, BOGO for £1.39 each

Harris Teeter All Purpose or Self-Rising Flour, 5 lb bag, £1.49 Krusteaz pancake or waffle mix, 28-32 oz, BOGO for £1.49 each Simple Truth Popcorn, 4.5 - 7 oz, BOGO for £1.49 each

Harris Teeter Old Fashioned Oats, 18 oz canister, £1.50 Harris Teeter Ready Fruit Go, 4 pack, £1.50 Harris Teeter Honey Oat Cluster Cereal, 14.5 oz, £1.66

Harris Teeter Sweet & Salty Granola Bars, 6 count, £1.66 Prego pasta sauce, 24 oz, £1.66 Late July Multigrain tortilla chips, 5.5 oz, BOGO for £1.69 each

Harris Teeter Salted Roasted Peanuts, 12 oz, BOGO for £1.74 each Harris Teeter Instant Grits, 12 count, £1.79 Utz Pretzels, 16 oz, BOGO for £1.84 each

Harris Teeter Dry Roasted Peanuts, 16 oz, £1.99 Harris Teeter vegetable or canola oil, 48 oz, £1.99 Harris Teeter Protein Bars, 7-7.1 oz, £2

Pace Salsa, 16 oz, £2 Harris Teeter Mini Muffins, 12 count, BOGO for £2.49 each Ritz Peanut Butter Cracker Packs, 8 pack, BOGO for £2.49 - .75/2 coupon from 8/9 SS (exp 9/19)

Doritos, Sun Chips or Smartfood Popcorn, select, 7-10 oz, £2.50 General Mills cereal, select Cheerios, Honey Nut Cheerios and Cinnamon Toast Crunch, 8-12 oz Sale: £2.50

Coupon: £1/2 coupon from Smart Shopper coupons link, £1.50/3 coupon from 8/16 SS, £1/2 Savingstar cash back offer Nestle Toll House morsels, 12 oz, £2.50 Simple Truth Organic Pouch Applesauce, 4 pack, £2.50

Coke, 12 pack cans, £2.99, limit 4 Harris Teeter Light or Extra Virgin Olive Oil, 16.9 oz, £3 Bubly Sparkling Water, 8 pack cans, Buy 2 Get 1 Free = £3.33 when you buy 3

Community Coffee, 12 count single serve cups, BOGO for £3.49 each Famous Amos cookies, caddy pack, 12 count, BOGO for £3.49 each AHA sparking water, 8 pack, £3.50

Gold Peak Tea, 89 oz, £3.50 Community Coffee, 12 oz ground, BOGO for £3.74 each Simple Truth Organic Beef Jerky, 2.5 oz, £3.99

Charleston Coffee Roasters coffee, 12 oz, BOGO for £4.99 each Peet's Coffee, 10 count k-cups, £4.99 Fudge Shoppe Cookies 12 pack, BOGO

Nabisco Ritz Crackers, select 3.5 - 8.5 oz, BOGO - .75/2 coupon from 8/9 SS (exp 9/19)

Non-Food

Harris Teeter yourhome Occassions Cutlery, 24 count, £1.25 Garnier Whole Blends shampoo or conditioner, 12.5 oz, £3.50 - £4/2 coupon from 9/13 RMN - £1.50 Purex laundry detergent, 75 oz or Crystals, 21 oz, £3.50 - £1 coupon for liquid detergent and .50/1 coupon for Crystals from 9/20 RMN = £2.50

Handi Foil iChef Cook-N-Carry & Serve Foilware - Cake Pan with Lid, 13X9 inch, BOGO for £3.49 Harvest Moon Dog Chews, select, BOGO .

The sale prices above are valid with your Harris Teeter e-Vic reward card at most Raleigh, NC area locations. You can verify the prices for your specific store online at Harris Teeter.com. The list above is not a guarantee of price.

Harris Teeter Regular Double Coupon Policy Basics

Harris Teeter doubles coupons every day of the week automatically.

Coupons with a face value of £0.99 or less are doubled automatically everyday (unless the coupon indicated Do Not Double). Harris Teeter will double up to 20 coupons per day, per household. Harris Teeter will double up to 3 identical coupons (must have required product to go with each coupon).

BOGO sales ring up at half price. If you just buy one, it still rings up at half price. You can use a coupon on each item in a BOGO deal.

So, if you buy 2 items that are BOGO, you can use two coupons (which is a very good thing!). Shoppers cannot use a coupon with a rain check. Rain checks expire in 60 days.

Senior discount: Seniors 60 and older receive a 5% discount every Thursday. Discount applies after coupons are deducted. Harris Teeter digital e-coupons: Harris Teeter digital coupons are available to load to your Vic card.

These digital coupons CANNOT be combined with paper manufacturer's coupons. They will not double. The official Harris Teeter Coupon Policy can be found on their website.

Harris Teeter Super Doubles Coupon Policy Basics

Harris Teeter offers the Super Doubles Promotion on a regular basis.

When they offer the promotion, we will let you know before it starts. During the pandemic, Harris Teeter is not offering Super Doubles events. * HT should be Super Doubling coupons worth up to £2 face value.

This means that a £1.00 coupon will double to £2.00, a £1.50 coupon will double to £3.00 and a £2.00 coupon will double to £4.00! * HT begins super doubling coupons at 7:00 AM on the first day of the sale.

24 hour stores do not super double coupons before 7:00 AM on the first day (at least that is how it has always worked in the past). Your best bet is to get to the store before 7 am if you want to get the freebies and best deals.

Some people get there at 6:15 am or earlier and then wait in line until the register allows coupons to begin Super Doubling at 7 am. * HT will super double/double up to 20 coupons per household per day. Spouse's cards registered with the same address are linked because the policy is 20 per household, per day.

If you have twenty £1 coupons and twenty .75 coupons, only 20 total will double. They will not double 20 coupons that are under £1 and also super double another 20 coupons that are over £1. It's 20 total coupons that are £2 or less doubled per day.

* HT policy is to double up to 3 identical coupons (as long as you buy the product required for each coupon, of course). So, if you have five £1.00 coupons for a product, the policy is to only super double the first three. The other 2 will be accepted at face value.

* Printable coupons: HT will accept 3 printable coupons per like item, per store, per day, according to their policy. So if you buy 3 identical items and you have a printable coupon for each one, you can use all three. * New Raincheck policy as of March 29, 2017: Harris Teeter will no longer let customers combine a raincheck with a coupon for the same item.

In addition, rainchecks now expire 60 days after they are issued. * If your store is out of your favorite deals (and they will be out of some of them) ask the customer service folks when the next truck arrives so you know when they will be restocking. * Enjoy the deals you are able to get and please remember that many of the best deals will sell out quickly.

The stores will reorder those items, but often, the warehouse runs out so they cannot get the stock. Please be nice to the store employees as it is not their fault if items are out of stock. And if you are excited about your great deals, give Harris Teeter a call at their Customer Service number, send them an e-mail via their website or post a comment to their Facebook page to thank them.

Happy Shopping!

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Square Enix offers limited merchandise available for Tokyo Game Show 2020 Online

On September 15th, Square Enix released campaign information for their limited merchandise for Tokyo Game Show 2020 Online. The merchandise will be available from September 24th to September 27th. Customers who purchase music products or other goods at the Square Enix e-store for 5,000 yen or more during the campaign period will receive a gift on a first-come, first-served basis.

These purchase gifts include a special Square Enix bag and music sampler. Coupon codes that can be used at Square Enix e-store will be released during Tokyo Game Show 2020 Online. The coupon will be valid through September 30th.

Some of the limited products that will be available for purchase during this event include a Final Fantasy VII Remake large tote bag, a Final Fantasy souvenir set, and a Dragon Quest souvenir set.


There is also a special promotion going on for collections of music on the Square Enix website dedicated to Tokyo Game Show 2020 Online. You can get autographed copies of original soundtracks and concerts for games such as Trails of Mana and Kingdom Hearts.


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Virtual freshers week: Big brands Tinder, Nandos and Amazon connect with students on digital platform

The first ever virtual freshers' week fair is being piloted at eight leading universities next week, letting big brands get themselves in front of the hard-to-reach student audience as their participation in 'The Digital Welcome'. Tinder, Domino's, Amazon, Perlego, Jack Wills, Nando's, Uber Eats, The Times and WKD are just some of the brands using the platform to engage with freshers in fun, innovative and commercially beneficial ways later this month. With the coronavirus pandemic having struck out the traditional and very popular freshers' fairs events from the student calendar later this month, Raptor, a student marketing agency, has developed 'The Digital Welcome' to take the place of the real thing.

Over 160,000 students are set to experience the new and virtual version. 'The Digital Welcome' comprises a virtual and exact replica of the campus of each of the participating universities which students will be able to move around. They will be able to stop off at multiple points of interest and find out more about all the various societies at each university and discover all the extracurricular interests that are being catered for.

The new platform will enable students to sign up for all the things that take their fancy. From Tea to Skydiving, Philosophy to Bad Films, there is a society or group for most interests featured. The campus map uses the latest state-of-the-art interactive technology to also involve the brand partners offering a range of great student deals as part of embedded immersive experiences including augmented reality, web games, 3D modelling, merchandise freebies, discount coupon offers and video and messenger integration.

[embedded content] Tinder has developed a digitised version of its Tinder UNI airstream vehicle, which will also let students claim free branded merchandise. Domino's is bringing a store onto the virtual campus offering 50% discounts and hosting games including Wheel of Fortune and Plinko where students can win free pizza.

Amazon is offering sign up to Prime Student with ?5 off a student's next order. Perlego, the online learning library, is offering a 2-week free trial, freebies and will plant a tree for every visitor to its library incarnation on the campus map. Accessed via a virtual ski chalet on 'The Digital Welcome', students will find Jack Wills partnering with snowsports operator NUCO to offer lucky students an all-expenses paid trip to the Alps.

The Nando's Peri Peri virtual food truck will offer free Nando's giveaways and allow access to Nando's Yard to watch live streams. Uber Eats has a ?10 off spin-to-win experience. The Times is offering free online subscriptions.

WKD will be sampling its new MIXD ready-to-drink cocktails in a can. 'The Digital Welcome' is initially happening at Imperial College London, University of Birmingham, UEA (University of East Anglia), Northumbria University, University of Sussex, UCC (University College Cork, Ireland), University of Chester and University of Exeter in conjunction with each of their respective students' unions or guilds. More campuses will be rolled out for ReFreshers' Week in January and it is hoped that by Freshers' Week 2021 all UK campuses will have a virtual event.

Lori Henebury, Media and Marketing Coordinator at the University of Birmingham Guild of Students, said: "We're confident that 'The Digital Welcome' will be as close as it gets to a Freshers' Fair for students and a fantastic addition to the welcome period given the amazing immersive experience the technology will offer. It is really important that new students get to understand what their universities offer outside of just their courses in addition to benefiting from loads of freebies and great offers, and 'The Digital Welcome' is a brilliant platform which does just that in these unprecedented times." David Burgman, CEO of Raptor, the creators of 'The Digital Welcome', added: "Thanks to 'The Digital Welcome' students can still receive the amazing experience and benefits they deserve this September.

Freshers' week is an incredible moment in time for those in higher education and we're doing our innovative best to not let the coronavirus get in the way of that.

From a commercial perspective, it is also a really important opportunity for many brands to get in front of students and we're keeping that door well and truly open for them too via the digitisation of this traditional student experience."

'The Digital Welcome' will sit on each participating university's website and it will be available on both desktop and mobile.

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Wessanen Supporting Organic September Following Recent Uplift In Sales

Wessanen UK has revealed that it has strong year-on-year growth across its organic brand portfolio during recent weeks, which it is now aiming to build on during Organic September. Sales of organic Whole Earth peanut butter were up 25%, Kallo organic stocks and gravies were up 27% and Clipper organic teas up 16% (IRI, 12 w/e 15 Aug, 20). According to a recent report by the Soil Association, sales of organic produce overall in the UK grew by 18.7% during lockdown and since January, organic food has seen the highest growth since 2016.

Following the positive sales uplifts, Wessanen is again supporting Organic September by investing in a shopper marketing campaign, executed in Sainsbury's and across the health food trade. From this week, the company's core organic brands will be part of heavyweight in-store campaign across 400 Sainsbury's stores and the retailer's website with a combination of shelf branding, online advertising, coupon offers, emailers and an advertorial in Sainsbury's Magazine. Wessanen UK will also support 530-580 health food stores throughout September with branded chalk boards, adverts and free samples of Clipper's wide range of organic, Fairtrade teas.

Marianne Bainbridge, shopper marketing manager at Wessanen UK commented: "According to the Organic Trade Board, over 12 million people in Britain are more likely to buy organic than before the pandemic, so we are doing our bit to help spike awareness of organic product ranges through in-store executions - educating consumers that small changes to your shopping basket, can make a big difference.

"The Organic September message this year, 'nature has the answer', is well-aligned with Wessanen UK's mission to connect consumers to nature through its portfolio of purpose-driven brands."

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Be the owner of a brand new TicWatch for only AU$71.99 with this coupon

Mobvoi, a Chinese company known for its affordable smartwatches and earphones, has reduced the price of its already affordable range by a generous 20% when using the code AFFILIATE20 at checkout.  One standout deal on offer is the TicWatch GTX, which is perhaps the cheapest smartwatch you can buy right now. For only AU£71.99, you'll get a fitness tracker, heart rate monitor, 14 workout modes and a 10-day battery life - plus numerous other additional features that will keep you moving. 

In addition to the TicWatch GTX, we've put together a list of all our favourite Mobvoi products so you can choose which one is right for you.

This appealing 20% discount is only available until September 30, so don't procrastinate for too long to score a bargain on these practical and affordable products whilst stocks last.

Check out T3's favourite Mobvoi deals:

TicWatch GTX | AU£71.99 (RRP AU£89.99; save AU£18) As mentioned above, the TicWatch GTX is the most affordable fitness watch on the market, costing well under AU£100. For this low price, you'll get big features including a tracker that records your fitness, heart rate and sleep activity as well as 10 days of battery life (not to mention that it's the IP68 water resistance rating).

It's currently discounted by 10% on Mobvoi's website but if you use the code AFFILIATE20, you'll knock the cost down even further, saving you AU£18 at checkout.View Deal

TicWatch E2 | AU£191.19 (RRP AU£238.99; save AU£47.80) Higher in the range of smartwatches from Mobvoi is the TicWatch E2. This watch features built-in GPS, an accurate heart rate sensor, sleep tracking and is water resistant - a watch best suited for those who identify themselves as "fitness obsessed" and love the great outdoors. View Deal

TicWatch S2 (Glacier) | AU£159.32  (RRP AU£238.99 ; save AU£130.67)

Similar to the E2 is the TicWatch S2 that offers a more robust look to its sibling. Offering similar features to the E2, this watch would suit the more outdoorsy type that's not afraid to get their hands dirty. There is no discount code needed if you want to grab this watch in white/Glacier as it's already been reduced by a whopping 33%!

If black/Midnight is more your style, be sure to use the code AFFILIATE20 at checkout to receive your 20% discount.  View Deal

TicWatch Pro | AU£348.79 (RRP AU£435.99; save AU£87.20) The TicWatch Pro is Mobvoi most expensive and prestiges out of its range of wearables. This smartwatch is a popular Wear OS wearable that uses GPS, NFC for Google Pay, Bluetooth for listening to music and the top Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 chipset, along with a load of other benefits.

The complete package for a fraction of the cost.View Deal

TicPods ANC | AU£111.19 (RRP AU£138.99; save AU£27.80) If you're a fan of the iconic Apple AirPods but not of their price, you'll love the TicPods ANC. The design on these earbuds replicate that of the AirPods but will set you back at roughly half the price.

Whilst their quality doesn't match the standards of Apple's AirPods, they will suit someone wanting some form of noise cancellation without burning a hole in their pocket. View Deal