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2 litres of Milk only 45p @ Asda

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7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
just saw an adverts 2 litres of Arla milk rolled back to 45p

advert did say not available on mysupermarket
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#1
this just gets more and more stupid, pretty soon the farmers will be paying asda to take it
#2
have to agree :(
1 Like #3
ms01ma
this just gets more and more stupid, pretty soon the farmers will be paying asda to take it


Or maybe this level of reduction indicates an excessive margin built-in to the normal price?
Just a thought.
#4
Or maybe they'll have like 10 jugs and whilst your in looking for the out of stock milk you'll pick up bread, butter, toilet rolls etc etc.
#5
AshleyRFC
Or maybe they'll have like 10 jugs and whilst your in looking for the out of stock milk you'll pick up bread, butter, toilet rolls etc etc.


surely ASDA wouldn't employ such dubious sales tactics? :whistling:

think the standard price for slighly larger 2.27litres milk at Iceland and Farmfoods is £1 so a half-price offer via ASDA seems perfectly plausible.
Jeez, how many times have we seen Frijj milkshakes reduced to 2-4-£1, or BOGOF, or half price, or even better than half-price etc?
#6
not very good milk but i suppose you get what you pay for
#7
Iain123
not very good milk but i suppose you get what you pay for


Does this imply there is no such thing as a HUKD ?
#8
Milks milk I drink the tesco fresh and low and can't tell any difference
#9
Just bought 3 bottles!Bargain!
#10
Makes the tesco deal of 8 pints for £3 sound extortionate.
#11
devils_advicate
Makes the tesco deal of 8 pints for £3 sound extortionate.

Is that even a deal?

4 pints for £1.50? That's not even cheap on it's own.
banned#12
good price, I normally pay around 90p for 2l.
#13
These are loss leaders for Asda but it does the job of getting people into the supermarket where they spend even more on full price products.
The same can be said for the cleaning products they are selling for £1.

Good deal
#14
AshleyRFC
Or maybe they'll have like 10 jugs and whilst your in looking for the out of stock milk you'll pick up bread, butter, toilet rolls etc etc.


Mmmmm...Jugs


:p
#15
Iain123
not very good milk but i suppose you get what you pay for


What's wrong with it? Milk is Milk!
#16
Ha who would shop at asda after the chicken licken guy. Peeing in the buckets, standing on the chickens. Check the tops. LInk here http://www.dailymail.co.uk/video/index.html?refId=t_7607 this week i think. Iceland do 4 pints for £1
#17
Depressed Maggot
Ha who would shop at asda after the chicken licken guy. Peeing in the buckets, standing on the chickens. Check the tops. LInk here http://www.dailymail.co.uk/video/index.html?refId=t_7607 this week i think. Iceland do 4 pints for £1


that's really crackd me up, i wondered why my chicken was so flat last time i bought it:-D
#18
Tesco is currently 65p for 4 pints.
Asda is undercutting :)

There is a good chance that supermarkets are making a loss on these items, you may start criticising me and say im wrong. Let me explaing why, how often will you see someone go into a supermarket just to buy Milk, you rarely do, they make their profit in other items.


http://www.paylessforfood.com/uncategorized/how-your-local-friendly-supermarket-profits-from-your-inconvenience/
Lets consider the super cheap “loss leaders” that supermarkets use to lure us into the store. The simple fact is that if you don’t get to the store during the first two days of the sale the sale items are frequently out of stock. But to make it convenient for us by keeping store shelves fully stocked of sale items would cost the supermarket profits.

Many of these super cheap sales items are sold at a loss to the supermarket (ie the term “loss leader”). Their only purpose is to lure you into the store. Once a customer is in the store there is not much of an incentive to stock a product the store loses money on.
#19
pdhroche
Tesco is currently 65p for 4 pints.
Asda is undercutting :)

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Im not saying your lying, but I bought milk this morning and I saw it 2 for £ or £1.56 each for 4 pints. Instead I bought cravendale whihc was on offer 4 litres for £2.50, so unless that offer kicked in today it certainly wasnt displayed at 65p
#20
the tesco milk is fresh and low not all stores have it
1 Like #21
cheaper than water!
#22
mrclint
cheaper than water!


Struth, never ever thought of that, but you are completely correct ! Have some rep.
#23
Got 3 of these today - bargain!
#24
Not hot! It costs us farmers more to produce the milk than for them to sell the stuff.
#25
I got three bottles and there were lots on the shelves in my local store. Don't think many people had noticed the reduction PLUS I don't think that most people recognise 'Arla' as a brand so weren't buying it.
#26
Has this expired now, went to Asda the other day and got charged 72p for this.

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