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2L of milk £0.85 @ Tesco

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6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago
2L of milk only 85p at Tesco. Apparently (according to the cashier) its a permanent thing. Good price for milk.
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#1
Nationwide or just local?
#2
i wouldn't believe a word the cashiers say, the barely venture onto the shop floor..
Good price though, have some heat.
#3
yeh its nationwide. Agreed, the cashiers dont know much :thumbsup:

Oh, and the 6 Pint Bottle is £1.09
#4
Please can OP claify ? is this 4 x 1pt or 1 x 4pt, which types of milk, semi, skimmed?
Current promo which runs until July on 4pt cartons is 2 x 4pt for £3, saving 6p!
1 x 2pt carton is 86p!
banned#5
fluidz;8514293
Nationwide or just local?

£1.53 online so one-off store clearance I expect with short use by dates
#6
It will be the cheap 1% milk that is always that price 2 litre bottle which isn't 4 pints. Good price anyway
#7
Yeh it is the 1% stuff, and its 1x4 pints. Sorry for the confusion:roll:
#8
i buy this, its decent milk, was only 65p and had been for ages but recently gone up to 85p. its the one with the purple lid 4pint carton.
#9
4 Pint of milk is £1 in iceland. So as long as it's in expresses as well it's a good deal!
#10
Just got the bottle out of the fridge. Its Creamfields 0.75% Fat
#11
Four pints at Iceland is now £1.10.
#12
Semi skimmed is 2 x2litres at Farmfoods is £1.50.
#13
WOW

What a brilliant bargain!

Have allways been worried about how much a few pints of milk cost! so this has certainly taken the edge off of things! phhhewwww.

nice1!!
[helper]#14
Mooitiful :)
#15
Cow labour.
#16
Farm Foods milk is the best value- 4 litres for £1.50 of whole or semi skimmed milk
#17
Good price for milk............ s**t price for dairy farmers!

Nothing against your posting thought!
#18
this was 65p last week,its gone up( made by creamfields) very nice milk
#19
Im on the farmers side so I wont be buying & would rather pay a bit extra to help the British Farmer before they become extinct because of deals like this.

I wont vote as the deal is a good price but my ethics dont like it.
#21
#22
i agree in a way with rhino paul. I know its hardly fair on the farmers, but moneys tight and if you can save a bit here and there then its helpful. i understand your point though, farmers are going to be in trouble.
#23
Don't know who is/was getting the raw deal but I can buy 2 x 4 pints for £1.50 from a local shop whenever throughout the year. Super markets are around £1.50 for 4 pints. Milkman getting the same regardless with supermarkets pocketing the profit?
#24
ramiuk1
this was 65p last week,its gone up( made by creamfields) very nice milk

Made by cows!
banned#25
rhinopaul;8515018
Im on the farmers side so I wont be buying & would rather pay a bit extra to help the British Farmer before they become extinct because of deals like this.

I wont vote as the deal is a good price but my ethics dont like it.

I hope you dont think the extra you pay actually stays in the farmers pockets!! :w00t:
#26
Recently got mine from Farmfoods for 75p PER 2 LITRES (2x FOR £1.50)
I grabbed 4 in a oner, as this is a Great Price & we use a lot of milk.
I used to get from TESCO, the Wiseman Fresh N Lo Milk Semi/Skim 2ltr @ 69p, but they uppped the price a couple of weeks ago, to £1.08.... SO Farmfood's it is for ma Weekly Milk shop @ 75p for 2 Ltrs

Enough about the poor farmers not getting there money's worth from Supermarkets. Get a GRIP peeps, have u seen a Poor farmer recently.... exactly, i think not!!!

Everyone wants a little extra don't they, and when they don't get it.. they always moan that they are the ones losing out... Warreeevveeerrr!!! :whistling:
#27
hot from me. get through so much milk!!
#28
I often buy this milk.
Was a bit peeved last week to see such a big hike in the price.
How can they up it by 30%?
#29
my parents pay £12 per week to have one pint a day delivered - not any more tho, have told them to use the supemarket instead ........ I could not believe the price the milkman was charging. mind you they have been doing this for years so it will take them a while to get used to the change!
#30
joesmum
my parents pay £12 per week to have one pint a day delivered - not any more tho, have told them to use the supemarket instead ........ I could not believe the price the milkman was charging. mind you they have been doing this for years so it will take them a while to get used to the change!


They have been gettin wallet raped for years then! :whistling:
#31
If this is Creamfields milk it is not 4 pints, it's 2 litres.
4 pints = 2.27 litres
#32
stamfordblue
If this is Creamfields milk it is not 4 pints, it's 2 litres.
4 pints = 2.27 litres


i was about to post the same thing. The title needs changing cos its not 4 pints

i think this milk is too watery
#33
not in cheltenham tesco
#34
Mowlio
4 Pint of milk is £1 in iceland. So as long as it's in expresses as well it's a good deal!


gone upto £1.09 in ours now
#35
rhinopaul
Im on the farmers side so I wont be buying & would rather pay a bit extra to help the British Farmer before they become extinct because of deals like this.

I wont vote as the deal is a good price but my ethics dont like it.


I was talking to a farmer the other day who said that he had to turn the heating off in one of his swimming pools times were so hard!
#36
milky milky
#37
its only milk....


who cares?

Honestly.... whats 20p/50p diffrence between a pint or 2..... nothing!

Would be interesting to see how much money people earn a year who are in2 these sort of deals!
#38
4 pints of 1% milk is the equivalent of buying one pint of 4% and adding 3 pints of water - which works cheaper :p
#39
rimkag
I was talking to a farmer the other day who said that he had to turn the heating off in one of his swimming pools times were so hard!


When would a farmer have time to use a swimming pool. :whistling:
#40
fattyuk
its only milk....


who cares?

Honestly.... whats 20p/50p diffrence between a pint or 2..... nothing!

Would be interesting to see how much money people earn a year who are in2 these sort of deals!


When families are buying 10 litres plus of this each week , every week ....this IS A HUGE saving!

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