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30 Asda Free range eggs for £3!! £3.00

Simon Collins Avatar
6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago
Was in Asda today where they had their packs of 15 free range eggs on a 2 for £3 deal. They often have these on offer for around £2.50 or even £2 but 2 packs for £3 is the best I've seen! 10p for a free range egg! The packaging is see through and explains that the eggs are British lion quality class A and are laid by hens from British farms that are free to roam in the fresh air during the day. It also says they are mixed weight, but they all look the same to me.
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#1
Free range? Nice! Same price for 30 non-free range in Tesco.
#2
Great price , for free range , they are usually expensive to buy . they ought to have them at this price all the time ,more people would buy free range eggs.
1 Like #3
Most Eggcellent find dude .
#4
greatttttt, just in time for the kids to be throwing them at your windows *sigh* smart move asda, smart move....
#5
hot deal all the same :)
#6
mamboboy
Good price, but free range eggs are a bit of a gimmick seeing as they don't have legs.

Hah. This is a great deal. I'm having a lot of eggs as part of a high-protein diet. This is going to save me some considerable money. I'd stock up if it wasn't for the shelf life. Thanks.
2 Likes #7
andyfisher100
greatttttt, just in time for the kids to be throwing them at your windows *sigh* smart move asda, smart move....


Yeah, because I'm sure the kind of kids that would throw these at your house would only buy free range. I mean, they may be prepared to ruin the front of your house and give you all the aggro of cleaning it up- but only if the chickens aren't cooped up in a cage. That would just be against their morals!
#8
cookiemonster83
andyfisher100
greatttttt, just in time for the kids to be throwing them at your windows *sigh* smart move asda, smart move....


Yeah, because I'm sure the kind of kids that would throw these at your house would only buy free range. I mean, they may be prepared to ruin the front of your house and give you all the aggro of cleaning it up- but only if the chickens aren't cooped up in a cage. That would just be against their morals!


ahaha hilarious!
2 Likes #9
Mantis
mamboboy
Good price, but free range eggs are a bit of a gimmick seeing as they don't have legs.

Hah. This is a great deal. I'm having a lot of eggs as part of a high-protein diet. This is going to save me some considerable money. I'd stock up if it wasn't for the shelf life. Thanks.


Stick them in the coldest part of your fridge and the eggs will last you between 3-5 weeks (this will be way beyond the 'sell by' date). Eggs are packed and displayed within days of being laid, so this method is pretty accurate.
#10
Asda in Swansea had 15 Welsh free range for £1.45
#11
Sometimes I wonder where those "free-range" eggs are coming from. There aren't that many free-range farms!
#12
Thank you. Just been in Asda and these eggs were not marked up as being 2 for £3. I bought them anyway and they went through at £3 so thanks againl.
#13
Brilliant price - HOT from me :)
#14
great deal :)
3 Likes #15
cookie... u should really ignore the shelf life on an egg cause years ago they didn't have that.... they way they used to check is by putting them in a jug of cold water if they float then they are finished with if not and they stay at the bottom then your good to go.... i have used this my whole life and i normally get a good 5 or so days out of my eggs and im still here and so is the family lol...... so u may be able to stock in a small ammount more n thanks i'lll be in there asap we aslo use alot of eggs thanks :)
#16
Nice price but they are the smallest eggs on imaginable.
#17
susilulu227
cookie... u should really ignore the shelf life on an egg cause years ago they didn't have that.... they way they used to check is by putting them in a jug of cold water if they float then they are finished with if not and they stay at the bottom then your good to go.... i have used this my whole life and i normally get a good 5 or so days out of my eggs and im still here and so is the family lol...... so u may be able to stock in a small ammount more n thanks i'lll be in there asap we aslo use alot of eggs thanks :)


Absolutely, I have had eggs 2 weeks after purchase that are fine, stored in a cool cupboard.
#18
Heat added, great find. I love Eggs :-)
#19
Fairly decent price

I paid £3.60 for a tray of 30 large free range eggs, from my local farm shop. Can probably get them cheaper if I looked around
#20
susilulu2271 person likes this
cookie... u should really ignore the shelf life on an egg cause years ago they didn't have that.... they way they used to check is by putting them in a jug of cold water if they float then they are finished with if not and they stay at the bottom then your good to go.... i have used this my whole life and i normally get a good 5 or so days out of my eggs and im still here and so is the family lol...... so u may be able to stock in a small ammount more n thanks i'lll be in there asap we aslo use alot of eggs thanks :)


Erm... okay? I think you directed that at the wrong person :p
#21
problem with this was the exp date of the eggs. Who can eat 30 eggs in 2 weeks!?
1 Like #22
vtailor
problem with this was the exp date of the eggs. Who can eat 30 eggs in 2 weeks!?


http://redtreetimes.files.wordpress.com/2010/02/coolhandluke_560.jpg

I know a guy who can eat 50 of them!
#23
i bake alot and got this just in time for school baking!
#24
Cracking deal, eggsactly what I was looking for. Heat added, then poach for 4 mins!
#25
Is it safe to use eggs that are upto a month over the use by date? Ive done so for years without any ill effects so far. Cheers
#26
Foxy102
Mantis
mamboboy
Good price, but free range eggs are a bit of a gimmick seeing as they don't have legs.
Hah. This is a great deal. I'm having a lot of eggs as part of a high-protein diet. This is going to save me some considerable money. I'd stock up if it wasn't for the shelf life. Thanks.
Stick them in the coldest part of your fridge and the eggs will last you between 3-5 weeks (this will be way beyond the 'sell by' date). Eggs are packed and displayed within days of being laid, so this method is pretty accurate.

eurgh, there a pantry good, i would never put eggs in my fridge
#27
I pay £1.40 a dozen at my local farm for real free range eggs, my grandchildren love to watch the chickens in the field when I take them with me.
But a good price for super market free range heat added

Edited By: sonygeezer on Oct 20, 2010 20:03: heat added
#28
pet2000
Sometimes I wonder where those "free-range" eggs are coming from. There aren't that many free-range farms!


The first number printed on every UK egg tells you if its organic, free range, barn or cage (0 to 3) then UK9. After that is the three digit farm code where it was laid.
It was introduced years ago to stop cheap non-traceable eggs coming from the EU.
They also have to be date coded within a day of being laid.
#29
must admit best deal I have seen for a while...
#30
£2.90 for 30 now in asda (free range)
#31
IF you can, keep a couple of chickens - 300 eggs per year per hen. Costs next to nothing and the kids love them
suspended#32
eca00opc
IF you can, keep a couple of chickens - 300 eggs per year per hen. Costs next to nothing and the kids love them


But won't you feel bad when you have to eat the chickens later on.
#33
Eggceptional
#34
Oh **** I was just in ASDA, wish I'd have read this post first!
#35
This is a good deal, but the eggs could be even cheaper. What asda could do is get as may hens into their free range space as they can, say with just enough room to roost with a slot for eggs to roll down a chute for collection. Great stuff, call Alan Sugar.
#36
Great price - heat added.
#37
GOOD PRICE
#38
Heat added. I'm going to bake a lot in the next couple of weeks.
#39
you know, in the age of tech, most have mobiles,most mobiles have cameras, you would think ppl would take a pic of these deals, anyone can say they saw a deal.
#40
welsh_andy
you know, in the age of tech, most have mobiles,most mobiles have cameras, you would think ppl would take a pic of these deals, anyone can say they saw a deal.

This deal is still on. :)

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