10*330ml stella artois(bottle) for £5 @ Costcutter - instore only - HotUKDeals
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Just been to costcutter in south east London to prepare party drink on 1st of 2009, the staff told me 10*330ml stella artois(bottle) for just 5 pounds, really bargin since tesco sell it for 7.56. nation wide offer. Nice for party in holidays
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suspended#1
Yes, £5 for 10 stella bottles, the offers on now. Costcutter in northwest england has this deal also.
#2
good deal
#3
you can always get stella somewhere for 50p a bottle, so not going to vote this one hot... it's a normal deal.
#4
weemee002
you can always get stella somewhere for 50p a bottle, so not going to vote this one hot... it's a normal deal.


I think you have to take on board that these are 330ml bottles, so this offer works out at £1.52 per litre / 86p per pint.

The bottles in the multibuy offers are usually 284ml and given that the cases in these offers now only contain 18 bottles, you need to find an offer where the cases work out at less than £7.75 each to beat this deal. This means that a 2 for £16 deal (which is the most commonly available) works out more expensive. In fact, of all the major supermarkets, only Asda with their 3 for £20 deal (6 for £40 online) are now offering a better price and needless to say, you need to spend at least £20 to take advantage of that deal.

ClashInDevon
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ClashInDevon
I think you have to take on board that these are 330ml bottles, so this offer works out at £1.52 per litre / 86p per pint.

The bottles in the multibuy offers are usually 284ml and given that the cases in these offers now only contain 18 bottles, you need to find an offer where the cases work out at less than £7.75 each to beat this deal. This means that a 2 for £16 deal (which is the most commonly available) works out more expensive. In fact, of all the major supermarkets, only Asda with their 3 for £20 deal (6 for £40 online) are now offering a better price and needless to say, you need to spend at least £20 to take advantage of that deal.

ClashInDevon


agreed, :thumbsup:
#6
Superb !HOT HOT HOT !!!:thumbsup: x

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