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3 Peppers £1.00 at Asda

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Pack of 3 Peppers £1 at Asda

Been paying nearer £1.50 for the last few weeks so seems a good buy.

Great for salads and stir fries etc.
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2 Likes #1
i am sick of red peppers costing 80p and a bag of peppers with 5 green ones and 1 red one. heat from me. :)

I make a hole in the bag and swap the green for the red. :3
#2
Good deal, dislike green ones too.
#3
Popped into Tesco last w/end and they also had this offer on - don't know if it is still on though.
#4
Same price Lidl :)
1 Like #5
I have started buying the frozen bag of chopped peppers for cooking, I think it works out cheaper and keeps longer but isn't much use for salads.

Shame this is a good deal because not all that long ago this was the normal price but since it is a hot deal I am voting hot.
#6
Asda peppers near me have been rubbish for the last few months - I know they are not in season and come from god knows where - but they certainly aren't what they used to be.
#7
Same price in Lidl and good quality too, got some today. Just a heads up if it's more convenient.
#8
Heat added , 2 for a quid in Morrisons--thanks OP
#9
Markets cheaper!
#10
They were on offer,3 pack for £1 in my local sainsburys when i went the other day too. Heat added still
#11
daindian
Markets cheaper!
im agree much cheaper
i never buy vegetables summer time from stores, only organic from market
#12
The value pack was really good at asda, £1.50 for about 6 red peppers and 2 yellow, no greens!
#13
This price in all supermarkets.
#14
Buy from proper greengrocer 30p each everytime
#15
HappyShopper
Popped into Tesco last w/end and they also had this offer on - don't know if it is still on though.

Ditto for me.
1 Like #16
parsimony
HappyShopper
Popped into Tesco last w/end and they also had this offer on - don't know if it is still on though.

Ditto for me.


Tesco deal has ended, but you can get a bag of 'value' peppers for £1.13 (500g). They are usually mostly red, yellow, orange. Hardly any green. Smaller in size than the costlier ones but I think much better value if you don't like the 1 in 3 green.
#17
Will be same price at lidl
banned#18
Asda have had very high prices over alst few weeks on loads of stuff
and surprise surprise they are rolling back the prices to £1

cue a slew of you lot posting deals of the so-called bargains at Asda
1 Like #19
Red peppers are win.

Every other pepper shouldn't be sold.
#20
5 for a quid in local Market should I post it?
#21
These three pepper makes Lithuanian flag! 1 pound for flag <3

btw why most people like red ones, and hate green ones. They have almost the same taste, I guess 10% of all people wouldn't tell if they eat green or red one.


Edited By: tomasvilda on Jun 16, 2011 22:51: update
#22
raggets
Asda peppers near me have been rubbish for the last few months - I know they are not in season and come from god knows where - but they certainly aren't what they used to be.

Not in season ! What do you mean by that ?
The peppers are at the moment from Holland and the UK ..yes the UK grows arpound 60% of the UK's supply from March until October.
You get Peppers from Spain in the winter and sometimes when the UK and Dutch are short may be a few in the summer.

Holland is struggling like hell with the recent wrong food scare about salads and Germany and wholesale prices for tomoatoes have been as low as 25p a Kilo ! The supermarkets are still paying the grower good money and cutting their margins or else we will have so few growers that prices will be through the roof in years to come !
banned#23
mickemoomoo
parsimony
HappyShopper
Popped into Tesco last w/end and they also had this offer on - don't know if it is still on though.

Ditto for me.


Tesco deal has ended, but you can get a bag of 'value' peppers for £1.13 (500g). They are usually mostly red, yellow, orange. Hardly any green. Smaller in size than the costlier ones but I think much better value if you don't like the 1 in 3 green.


Tesco Cardiff had a choice in the value pepper pack - either 1x red with 3x green or 3x red with 1 x yellow. The latter suits me as I find the red/yellow to be more versatile. I only like the green ones occasionally if doing a beef in black bean sauce type of dish.
1 Like #24
Same price in Sainsburys and Tesco. Not really a deal.
#25
yup cheaper down at my local ....

£1 a bowl
£1 a bowl
£1 a bowl
green yellow or red
4 to 5 on average
#26
Great Spot !!!
#27
was same in sainsburys a week or two ago when i went
#28
good offer, i like the yellow ones
#29
just paid 69 pence for 3 at Aldi in Ashton under Lyne.
#30
raggets
Asda peppers near me have been rubbish for the last few months - I know they are not in season and come from god knows where - but they certainly aren't what they used to be.

I bought some last saturday . 3 pack for £1.00. They were wet, I thought they had sweated in the packet. the red was like mush, threw them away.
#31
Don't all the colours taste the same in a stir fry?
#32
Statik
Good deal, dislike green ones too.

Top tip: Green peppers roasted/baked until the skin caramelises taste great with Pork.
#33
supermarkets seem to have artificially inflated the price of peppers to make £1 seem cheap, much cheaper to buy them elsewhere. 5 red peppers for a quid on my street.
1 Like #34
mymymy
i am sick of red peppers costing 80p and a bag of peppers with 5 green ones and 1 red one. heat from me. :)

I make a hole in the bag and swap the green for the red. :3


So you are a thief then. In all seriousness, what you are doing is little different to someone just picking up a red pepper and putting it in their pocket. There will be more green than red in the packet for a reason - i.e. there was a glut of green peppers and they got sold of cheaply etc. There is a reason why it's called smart price...
#35
Wish they did bags of 3x reds for this price, instead of giving you two green ones.
#36
callum9999
mymymy
i am sick of red peppers costing 80p and a bag of peppers with 5 green ones and 1 red one. heat from me. :)

I make a hole in the bag and swap the green for the red. :3


So you are a thief then. In all seriousness, what you are doing is little different to someone just picking up a red pepper and putting it in their pocket. There will be more green than red in the packet for a reason - i.e. there was a glut of green peppers and they got sold of cheaply etc. There is a reason why it's called smart price...


On the contrary, those who like green peppers can buy a whole bag!
#37
callum9999
mymymy
i am sick of red peppers costing 80p and a bag of peppers with 5 green ones and 1 red one. heat from me. :)

I make a hole in the bag and swap the green for the red. :3

So you are a thief then. In all seriousness, what you are doing is little different to someone just picking up a red pepper and putting it in their pocket. There will be more green than red in the packet for a reason - i.e. there was a glut of green peppers and they got sold of cheaply etc. There is a reason why it's called smart price...
How is it stealing? Pretty sure the bag would simply say 3 mixed peppers, and not state the quantity of each colour. He will be walking out the store carrying 3 peppers, and his reciept will say he bought 3 peppers. Can't se how that's anything like walking out the store with a pepper in his pocket that he didn't actually pay for...

Personally, if I want to buy a bag of 3 mixed peppers, I'd expect it to actually be a mix of each colour, not 1 Yellow and 2 Green, like you get a lot of the time.
Replacing a Green for a Red would simply be correcting the stores error.

Peppers sold individually are also all the same price, regardless of colour. So the value of a bag of 3 peppers it's not changed in any way by switching peppers.

I think I'll stop typing 'peppers' now before I wear out the 'P' button on my keyboard :D.



Edited By: jukkie on Jun 17, 2011 17:25: .
#38
jukkie
callum9999
mymymy
i am sick of red peppers costing 80p and a bag of peppers with 5 green ones and 1 red one. heat from me. :)

I make a hole in the bag and swap the green for the red. :3


So you are a thief then. In all seriousness, what you are doing is little different to someone just picking up a red pepper and putting it in their pocket. There will be more green than red in the packet for a reason - i.e. there was a glut of green peppers and they got sold of cheaply etc. There is a reason why it's called smart price...

How is it stealing? Pretty sure the bag would simply say 3 mixed peppers, and not state the quantity of each colour. He will be walking out the store carrying 3 peppers, and his reciept will say he bought 3 peppers. Can't se how that's anything like walking out the store with a pepper in his pocket that he didn't actually pay for...

Personally, if I want to buy a bag of 3 mixed peppers, I'd expect it to actually be a mix of each colour, not 1 Yellow and 2 Green, like you get a lot of the time.
Replacing a Green for a Red would simply be correcting the stores error.

Peppers sold individually are also all the same price, regardless of colour. So the value of a bag of 3 peppers it's not changed in any way by switching peppers.

I think I'll stop typing 'peppers' now before I wear out the 'P' button on my keyboard :D.





Just one correction i am of the fairer sex. :3

IMHO i think the supermarkets should let you pick your 3,5,or whatever peppers yourself, rather than have them bagged up for you. Its the same with banannas, i want to choose my own. I pull off the ones i dont want. I am an adult and dont see why i have to be treated in a a way that takes away my shopping freedom.
I understand when you are messing with the weight of a product, ie. a bag of spuds, but i think ts wrong that we cant be trusted to pick our own value peppers.
The supermarkets know most people favour the red over green peppers, thats why they place the lovely polished 80p red peppers next to the sad green ones in the value bag to tempt you into parting with your money.
Just playing them at their own game, but i know i would be really unhappy if i went shopping and there was only the green peppers left lol I am gonna stop before i beat the record for mentioning peppers the most on this thread. :D
#39
jukkie
callum9999
mymymy
i am sick of red peppers costing 80p and a bag of peppers with 5 green ones and 1 red one. heat from me. :)

I make a hole in the bag and swap the green for the red. :3


So you are a thief then. In all seriousness, what you are doing is little different to someone just picking up a red pepper and putting it in their pocket. There will be more green than red in the packet for a reason - i.e. there was a glut of green peppers and they got sold of cheaply etc. There is a reason why it's called smart price...

How is it stealing? Pretty sure the bag would simply say 3 mixed peppers, and not state the quantity of each colour. He will be walking out the store carrying 3 peppers, and his reciept will say he bought 3 peppers. Can't se how that's anything like walking out the store with a pepper in his pocket that he didn't actually pay for...

Personally, if I want to buy a bag of 3 mixed peppers, I'd expect it to actually be a mix of each colour, not 1 Yellow and 2 Green, like you get a lot of the time.
Replacing a Green for a Red would simply be correcting the stores error.

Peppers sold individually are also all the same price, regardless of colour. So the value of a bag of 3 peppers it's not changed in any way by switching peppers.

I think I'll stop typing 'peppers' now before I wear out the 'P' button on my keyboard :D.




The peppers in the pack are smart price (it's not advertised as mixed at all) whereas the loose are normal. If you replace smart price digestives with McVities, is that not stealing because you've paid for biscuits?

Not to mention that people generally won't buy a packet that's been opened, so it will get reduced.

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