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1/2 Price Fresh Chicken Breast Fillets £3.00 @ morrisons

£3.00 @ Morrisons
546g Packets. Many meals to be had from a few packs of these - bargain ;-) Read More
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6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago
546g Packets.

Many meals to be had from a few packs of these - bargain ;-)
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#1
I buy my chicken for not far off this price (sometimes cheaper) from co-op or m&s.. and that's higher welfare so this isn't a good deal for me.
#2
williham
I buy my chicken for not far off this price (sometimes cheaper) from co-op or m&s.. and that's higher welfare so this isn't a good deal for me.


for the same size packs - don't think so:whistling:
#3
£3.99 for 1kg @ Makro at the moment (no VAT)
#4
Always £5 per 1kg (1000g) in Netto; permanent price.
#5
cold from me - go to most butchers and get it cheaper than this. Costco and Makro also cheaper.
#6
yea our butchers do trays cheaper..
#7
Prefer to stock up on the Co-op chicken myself, better quality.
#8
agree again, most butchers round here are 5lb for £8.00, so another cold deal
#9
Beware my other half got some of these the other day we had 3 breasts and a rather small almost chicken dipper sized breast! I do however tend to go to a butcher where he sells trays of large breasts on the bone tray of 4 for £5 much better value given the size could feed two from one breast!
#10
d_dixon50
Beware my other half got some of these the other day we had 3 breasts and a rather small almost chicken dipper sized breast! I do however tend to go to a butcher where he sells trays of large breasts on the bone tray of 4 for £5 much better value given the size could feed two from one breast!


but they are sold by weight, how is that relevant?
#11
Morrison's chicken isn't very tasty...
#12
well this works out at £5.49 per kilo, not that bad considering other cheap supermarket chicken breast is a little more than this, even for the budget kind.

eg. asda smart price chicken breast is £6.80 per kilo.
#13
I bought some of this chicken on Sunday. It was fine and £3's a good price. I always like it when people start bringing up deals from their local butchers, at the end of the day if a small butcher can offer better prices than a massive supermarket chain then you have to worry about the quality of the product!
#14
jamesdew
but they are sold by weight, how is that relevant?


Well if I purchased 4 chicken breasts I'd want them the same size surely?! If say you are cooking dinner for 4 people someone would draw the short straw and have the kiddie portion?!
#15
d_dixon50
Well if I purchased 4 chicken breasts I'd want them the same size surely?! If say you are cooking dinner for 4 people someone would draw the short straw and have the kiddie portion?!


ahh ok I see what you mean, if you intend to dice them and put them in a curry or something then I can't see how it would matter but if you are serving grilled chicken breast I can see your point.
#16
jimwhite1978
I bought some of this chicken on Sunday. It was fine and £3's a good price. I always like it when people start bringing up deals from their local butchers, at the end of the day if a small butcher can offer better prices than a massive supermarket chain then you have to worry about the quality of the product!


Depends on your butcher, I pay between £5-7 for 4 large chicken breasts on the bone depending on size/weight and it beast to supermarket mass produced rubbish any day of the week, I would advise anyone to try and sourse a quality local butcher and see the difference for a small outlay, I only buy supermarket pre-packed stuff if the butcher is closed.
#17
jamesdew
ahh ok I see what you mean, if you intend to dice them and put them in a curry or something then I can't see how it would matter but if you are serving grilled chicken breast I can see your point.


Yeah, dicing is fine, like I said if you are doing them as portions then, not so good.
#18
Hmm not a bad deal, tesco ones are 3 for £10 so a bit more expensive and you need to buy 3 packs (not an issue for a food monstor like me!). Hot.
#19
tesco is around the same weight per pack*
#20
ianshona
for the same size packs - don't think so:whistling:


No not the same size packs, so I was comparing based on weight. This is £5.54 a kilo and I buy it in Co-op for around £5-6 a kilo when on offer, same in M&S and both are higher welfare.
#21
thanks for posting - good deal - heat added
#22
I am voting cold - should be free range. Would you want your pet to live its life in a non-free range battery farm?
#23
Check the water content of this chicken and i think your be surprised! I rarely buy FR as we cant afford it so am not a cheap chicken basher but the water content is very high.

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#24
battez
I am voting cold - should be free range. Would you want your pet to live its life in a non-free range battery farm?


You eat your pets? weirdo!!!
#25
jimwhite1978
...at the end of the day if a small butcher can offer better prices than a massive supermarket chain then you have to worry about the quality of the product!


Have you ever considered that the massive supermarket chain might be taking the **** out of you when it comes meat prices?

Just a thought :whistling:
#26
d_dixon50
Depends on your butcher, I pay between £5-7 for 4 large chicken breasts on the bone depending on size/weight and it beast to supermarket mass produced rubbish any day of the week, I would advise anyone to try and sourse a quality local butcher and see the difference for a small outlay, I only buy supermarket pre-packed stuff if the butcher is closed.


Yeah i actually agree i do like to go to the local butcher to get meat, plus i do enjoy hitting the local farmers market when they come around, I got some great asparagus a couple of weeks back from a farmers market but it cost £5 a bunch which is obviously far more pricey than picking it up from Tesco, however it tasted great! My point is you do have to pay a bit more to shop at butchers than a supermarket so I am always suprised when people try to claim shopping at your local butchers is a cheaper alternative!
#27
bigsky
Have you ever considered that the massive supermarket chain might be taking the **** out of you when it comes meat prices?

Just a thought :whistling:


I don't think so , i think £3 for over half a KG of chicken breasts is a reasonable price. I would be suprised if I can get a similar deal at the butchers for chicken that is as fresh as the chicken i got from morrisons last week. Anyway out of all the supermarkets Morrisions are one of the best for meat and often have a good quality butcher instore to offer advice on cuts of meat.

Once again this is another example of a hotukdeal which is a good price for a good product but people are complaining because it doesn't fit in with their own personal lifestyle choices!
#28
monkey1
well this works out at £5.49 per kilo, not that bad considering other cheap supermarket chicken breast is a little more than this, even for the budget kind.

eg. asda smart price chicken breast is £6.80 per kilo.


It might just be me but i always think the chicken from Asda looks and tastes a bit funny. I don't know why this is, it just always seems a bit disappointing when i buy it
#29
lol @ welfare. If you really cared about the animal you were about to eat, you wouldn't be eating it. The reason I personally pay extra for free range is because it tastes nicer, not because the chicken on death-row felt happy and free (before it was slaughtered)
#30
battez
I am voting cold - should be free range. Would you want your pet to live its life in a non-free range battery farm?


so you have a pet chicken? I wish you were reared in a battery farm. daily.

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