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 Post subject: Re: Bargain basement - what's on sale?
PostPosted: Thu Oct 15, 2015 9:09 am 
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Lidl have bags of cashews £1.70 for 200g. This works out as 85p/100g which is cheaper than their bulk nuts and than anywhere else i've seen!

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Marks & Spencer are selling "Cinderella pumpkins" for £3 each. i haven't tried this variety yet so can't vouch for flavor & texture, but they're so big (mine weighs in at around 9 lbs) that they work out to less than £1/kilo, which is cheaper than i've ever seen winter squash.

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 22, 2015 6:38 am 
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vixki wrote:
Lidl have bags of cashews £1.70 for 200g. This works out as 85p/100g which is cheaper than their bulk nuts and than anywhere else i've seen!

Thank you! I now have Lidl cashews soaking!

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Sainsbury's have several flavours of Nakd bars on offer at 50p for an individual bar. (The Christmas pudding flavoured ones were still 75p each.) I forgot to check how long the offer is for.

They also have Meridian 280g peanut butter (crunchy and smooth) for £1.50 rather than £2. Whole Earth peanut butter was on offer too, to a couple of pence more per 100g, but that's not showing up on the website.

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Whole chia seeds £1.69 for 200g in Home Bargains.

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1/3rd off all Nakd and Trek Stuff for Black Friday. Just got me 18 bags of nibbles for £10.70
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M&S Christmas range is half price, including those dark chocolate discs

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Fry's frozen products are half price in Morrison's. They're still labelled as full price in our one, the only way I found out was through Twitter. Not sure how much longer it'll be on for.

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Soya protein isolate is 60% off at http://www.ironscience.co.uk, effectively £6.19 a kilo (which is quite cheap if you're into that sort of thing).

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Jars of tahini for £1 in ASDA (Bodrum brand). This is the cheapest I've ever found.

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This was their regular price, but since it's way cheaper than anywhere else, I'm putting it here - Almond Dream salted caramel and mint chocolate chip flavours are £2.50 at Asda (or at least the one I went to - maybe they're throwing us a bone because they don't have the Quorn burgers or churros).

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This was their regular price, but since it's way cheaper than anywhere else, I'm putting it here - Almond Dream salted caramel and mint chocolate chip flavours are £2.50 at Asda (or at least the one I went to - maybe they're throwing us a bone because they don't have the Quorn burgers or churros).


Its the same price in our Asda. It's a great bargain compared to Morrison's, I got some vanilla from there today for £4.41

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Yeah, I saw that when I went the other day and picked some up. £2.50 is more than reasonable. I am so excited to try it!

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I ordered some Jordans Skinny Syrups and Pumpkin Spice Oreos from Protein Pick and Mix and they have automagically thrown in free Brownie Batter Oreos, they're already on sale (nothing mentioned about a short use by date or anything) so they may be doing it with all orders or orders including Oreos

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I ordered some Jordans Skinny Syrups and Pumpkin Spice Oreos from Protein Pick and Mix and they have automagically thrown in free Brownie Batter Oreos, they're already on sale (nothing mentioned about a short use by date or anything) so they may be doing it with all orders or orders including Oreos


These are use by 2 Feb. I can still use them (it would be a crime to waste them) but probably best not to order them

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I ordered some Jordans Skinny Syrups and Pumpkin Spice Oreos from Protein Pick and Mix and they have automagically thrown in free Brownie Batter Oreos, they're already on sale (nothing mentioned about a short use by date or anything) so they may be doing it with all orders or orders including Oreos

These are use by 2 Feb. I can still use them (it would be a crime to waste them) but probably best not to order them

sounds like it could be worth it! i had the brownie batter Oreos a few months ago and they were pretty satisfyingly chocolaty.

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Rosie wrote:
Jars of tahini for £1 in ASDA (Bodrum brand). This is the cheapest I've ever found.


Spent forever searching my Asda for this and came to the conclusion that my Asda doesn't sell any tahini at all! Huh. £1 tahini woulda been good.

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Rosie wrote:
Jars of tahini for £1 in ASDA (Bodrum brand). This is the cheapest I've ever found.


Spent forever searching my Asda for this and came to the conclusion that my Asda doesn't sell any tahini at all! Huh. £1 tahini woulda been good.


I noticed they don't sell it in the slightly nearer, smaller ASDA where I live, it's only in the big one. Just like they don't have the vegan Quorn or almond dream ice-cream in the closer, smaller one. I think I'll probably bulk buy next time I see it.

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Jars of tahini for £1 in ASDA (Bodrum brand). This is the cheapest I've ever found.


Spent forever searching my Asda for this and came to the conclusion that my Asda doesn't sell any tahini at all! Huh. £1 tahini woulda been good.


I noticed they don't sell it in the slightly nearer, smaller ASDA where I live, it's only in the big one. Just like they don't have the vegan Quorn or almond dream ice-cream in the closer, smaller one. I think I'll probably bulk buy next time I see it.


Yeah, according to the Asda website the Bodrum stuff is in the "Mediterranean" section of the World foods, mine doesn't have that section but I know different stores in different localities have these fancy sections. Like how some Tescos have a Jewish section and sell vegan vienetta.

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Like how some Tescos have a Jewish section and sell vegan vienetta.


I saw that on tea and sympatico's blog, I couldn't believe it. I want vegan vienetta sooooooo bad.

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B and M have dark chocolate dreams pb for £0.59 the use by date is August

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B and M have dark chocolate dreams pb for £0.59 the use by date is August



Ooh I'll have to check mine for this. I made the peanut butter chocolate pillow cookies from vegan cookies the other day, they'd only be improved by chocolate peanut butter!

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Sainsbury's have the new Flora reduced to £1.

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Sainsbury's have the new Flora reduced to £1.

not at either of the two i've looked at >:/

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B and M have dark chocolate dreams pb for £0.59 the use by date is August


I think your B and M shop gets much more interesting things than mine does, I took a trip over but they had nothing good (although I guess someone could have just swiped them all already!).

On the plus side I did pick up a box (that's 60 22g bags!) of Salt and Vinegar Square crisps for £1 at a local bargain shop. I know this is a long shot, but if anyone is passing near Leicester get yourself to Queens Road, and the shop next to the Costa is selling loads of cases of Walkers Crisps off for a quid, some of them even in date! :) (the Squares are a couple of months past best before but they're still absolutely fine).

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