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100% extra free blueberries £2.00 and 75% extra free strawberries £2.25 at Iceland.

£2.00 @ Iceland
100% extra free blueberries 250g (for their normal price of 125g) £2.00 75% extra free strawberries 400g (for their Normal price of 225g) £2.25 Read More
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100% extra free blueberries 250g (for their normal price of 125g) £2.00

75% extra free strawberries 400g (for their Normal price of 225g) £2.25
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5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Not sure about the strawberries but the blueberries are cheaper at Asda
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HOT.................Thanks for posting OP





Edited By: MIB15 on Feb 02, 2017 21:17
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Thats not bad they seem to be jumping up and down in price recently, i bought 125g in Lidl last night for 91p which is even better ( strange price ) they tasted as you would hope they would.Yet last week they were as high as £1.59 i think it was. Hot from me.
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Yeah they are expensive blueberries are, but I noticed lidl, home bargains and Aldi have them at a good price, I got 350g in aldi for 2 pounds if not two fifty.
I found blueberries to be at premium prices in the main supermarkets so I took to nurturing a blueberry plant from the pound shop, they grow for around ten years or so, I've had mine for a few years now, unfortunately I've only seen one blueberry and that was nicked by a bird.
I really should get some more soil and put it in a bigger pot really
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slevinkelevra
Yeah they are expensive blueberries are, but I noticed lidl, home bargains and Aldi have them at a good price, I got 350g in aldi for 2 pounds if not two fifty.
I found blueberries to be at premium prices in the main supermarkets so I took to nurturing a blueberry plant from the pound shop, they grow for around ten years or so, I've had mine for a few years now, unfortunately I've only seen one blueberry and that was nicked by a bird.
I really should get some more soil and put it in a bigger pot really


Home grown have a much nicer flavour, keep it up.

Give it loads of ericaceous compost.
#6
Robj1
slevinkelevra
Yeah they are expensive blueberries are, but I noticed lidl, home bargains and Aldi have them at a good price, I got 350g in aldi for 2 pounds if not two fifty.
I found blueberries to be at premium prices in the main supermarkets so I took to nurturing a blueberry plant from the pound shop, they grow for around ten years or so, I've had mine for a few years now, unfortunately I've only seen one blueberry and that was nicked by a bird.
I really should get some more soil and put it in a bigger pot really


Home grown have a much nicer flavour, keep it up.

Give it loads of ericaceous compost.


Pop some netting around it. Keeps those pesky birds from getting to the fruit.

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