2.5kg of chicken breast fillets *plus* 45 piece meat hamper £20 [Using Code] Delivery from £3.95 at Musclefood (minimum Spend £25) - HotUKDeals
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2.5kg of chicken breast fillets *plus* 45 piece meat hamper £20.00 [Using Code] Delivery from £3.95 at Musclefood (minimum Spend £25)

£20.00 @ MuscleFood
Buy 2.5kg of premium chicken breast fillets (£19) and use voucher code 45BLCOFFER to get a 45 piece meat hamper for a £1. Hamper includes the following : 2 x 4oz Rump Steak Burgers 7 x 57g Chick…
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1m, 5d agoFound 1 month, 5 days ago
Buy 2.5kg of premium chicken breast fillets (£19) and use voucher code 45BLCOFFER to get a 45 piece meat hamper for a £1.

Hamper includes the following :

2 x 4oz Rump Steak Burgers 7 x 57g Chicken Mini Fillets 6 x 75g Low Fat Pork Sausages 20 x 20g Beef Steak Meatballs 10 x 35g Bacon Medallions

There is a £25 minimum order so you'll need to add another item or two to your basket but there is loads to choose from.

Delivery is on top and starts from £3.95 and you can choose your delivery date.
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1 Like #1
Muscle food has gone expensive lately especially for chicken so I've stopped using them, 12 months ago I was buying 5KG of chicken breast for £19
1 Like #2
paulj48
Muscle food has gone expensive lately especially for chicken so I've stopped using them, 12 months ago I was buying 5KG of chicken breast for £19


​I found the quality isn't what it was either!
#3
Any other places that you can recommend?
#4
code expired
#5
markdf
Isn't much of a deal considering on the same site you can get 5kg for £25


And that £25 spend would qualify you to be allowed to spend £3.95 on delivery
1 Like #6
gman99
Any other places that you can recommend?
Plenty of butchers have an online presence, for instance this place are doing 5kg of chicken breast fillet for £29.50 (free delivery on orders over £50):
#7
NEWYEARCHICKEN code gives you 2.5kg plus same again free so 5kg for £19 but need to spend few quid more for minimum order.
#8
Guys and Girls. I buy my chicken breasts in Booker... 5kg is £19.99.
I find when I cook them they lose very little water..
#9
submerged
NEWYEARCHICKEN code gives you 2.5kg plus same again free so 5kg for £19 but need to spend few quid more for minimum order.
I got that code on an email 2 days ago but couldn't get it work, it had a minimum £30 spend to use that code but still kept getting an error, gave up in the end.

Edited By: paulj48 on Jan 18, 2017 09:57
#10
imsparticas
Guys and Girls. I buy my chicken breasts in Booker... 5kg is £19.99.
I find when I cook them they lose very little water..
Muscle food are Grade A breasts (or they used to be but have gone worse recently) the Booker ones are full of gristle and blood spots.
#11
scaa17
paulj48
Muscle food has gone expensive lately especially for chicken so I've stopped using them, 12 months ago I was buying 5KG of chicken breast for £19


​I found the quality isn't what it was either!


​Quality is shocking, they state a long list of Premium Quality Guarantees and the order I received was the opposite, the breasts even released a vast portion of water during cooking and shrank considerably... Many blood spots, lots off excess tissue (really badly trimmed). Would rather buy from a British Butcher, spend money on what I can see, approve and although it may cost a little more, at least I won't be wasting money and funding someone's new yacht.
#12
imsparticas
Guys and Girls. I buy my chicken breasts in Booker... 5kg is £19.99.
I find when I cook them they lose very little water..


​Same here
#13
Pointless to buy so called fresh and have freeze.
#14
gman99
Any other places that you can recommend?


​aldi
#15
I ordered this along with the new years deal I usually spend 55 every order so thanks for the post

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