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30p Deals + More! (Various offers @ Morrisons)

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Hi again everyone Round 2, starting next week I have inside knowledge on the deals for the Fruit and Veg offers for next week, and i will also be updating more offers here on general grocery, but i…
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7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
Hi again everyone

Round 2, starting next week I have inside knowledge on the deals for the Fruit and Veg offers for next week, and i will also be updating more offers here on general grocery, but i wasnt allowed to see the bulletin today :(
Anyway, here are the deals so far for one week as usual:

30p each....On ANY of the following:

1.5kg Baking Potatoes
Carrots 1kg,
Onions 1kg,
Braeburn apples 4 pack
Kiwi 4 pack
Savoy cabbage

UPDATES AS OF TUESDAY:

[[ Store dependant, but across most stores some new and continuing offers over last week]]

Magnums Classic 3 pack still 90p
£1.65 Ragu sauces, around 4 varieties BOG2F
£1.99 Pattersons shortbread BOG2F
£2.99 Red salmon tins BOG2F

Drinks offers back on for one more week, but only a limited selection: 3 for £18 or £9 each, essentially buy two get one free, these include:
Sol 12x330ml bottles, Guinness 10x440ml cans, Stella 15x284ml bottles, Strongbow 12x440ml cans.


N.B. best time to get deals would not be in the late afternoon/tea time.... before 3pm would be ideal, otherwise stock cannot be guaranteed, generally tuesday and wednesday evenings however arent as bad.
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#1
cheers for the heads up - rep when it happens :-)
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it will happen, i promise you :)
i didnt lie about the previous deal i did, that made it top of the day, 3 days, week and month...
#3
:-D Goody, nick hancock on the box AGAIN!! :thumbsup:
#4
Thanks, great offers at Morrisons at the moment, starting to wish I had done the £25 voucher for xmas! Hey ho you live and learn.
#5
Thanks for the info Pete :thumbsup:
#6
great deals last time, wil have to goto morrisons tomorrow night:thumbsup:
#7
Thanks Pete - that's tomorrow's shopping destination sorted!
#8
guess thats me having baked potatoes all week with my £2 co-op tuna :thumbsup:
#9
Many thanks.
#10
great news, thumbs up to you pete!!!!!!
#11
Some Morrison's veg can be of dubious quality. The carrots tend to be the worst thing to buy there - I wouldn't buy more than one bag as they'll go off within 3 days.
#12
I've found the quality to be a bit of a hit and a miss too.

One week I bought the baked potatoes and the kiwi fruits and they were lovely! Bargain! :)

The last time this was on though, the kiwi fruits were hard and never got ripe, so got binned. And the baked potatoes seemed really hard and dry when cooked.

Suppose for 30p they're worth a try - it is a good price. But they run these kind of deals regularly on fruit and veg, so nothing spectacular like last weeks deals IMO.
#13
Thanks but i wish they'd do something diffferent for a change instead of the carrots etc that they always have on offer.
#14
Heat & Rep added - it's good to have somone on the inside to point out the deals we may have missed when shopping.
I know some of you have commented on the quality issues of Morrisons veg but for 30p a throw it's always worth a punt!

Keep up the goow work - most of us DO appreciate it!
#15
pph nice one
thanks ;)
#16
micks_missus
Heat & Rep added - it's good to have somone on the inside to point out the deals we may have missed when shopping.
I know some of you have commented on the quality issues of Morrisons veg but for 30p a throw it's always worth a punt!

Keep up the goow work - most of us DO appreciate it!


I agree.A deal is a deal,without them this site wouldn't be up to much.
#17
Just saw it advertised on ITV1:)
#18
wombourne
I agree.A deal is a deal,without them this site wouldn't be up to much.


Just to say, I do think the 30p deal on veg is a good deal, and I think it's quite right it should be posted.

But I was only saying that a few of the times I've had these deals, the quality wasn't the best. That's not the OP's fault, and it was in no way meant as a disrespectful comment towards the deal. 30p for each of the fruits/veg is a bargain. :thumbsup:

At the same token though, there is no point in spending 30p on something you can't eat ... so all I was meaning is check and feel the fruit and make sure it's ripe!
banned#19
Be back tomorrow
#20
OFF TOPIC: did anyone see the chocolate selection box deal which was on ITV as I missed the price. Thanks
#21
Great deal, and if the carrots are that bad they can be juiced or souped.
#22
hogshead
OFF TOPIC: did anyone see the chocolate selection box deal which was on ITV as I missed the price. Thanks


£1.29 i think
#23
N00N00
Some Morrison's veg can be of dubious quality. The carrots tend to be the worst thing to buy there - I wouldn't buy more than one bag as they'll go off within 3 days.


Thats with any fruit and vegetable anywhere im afraid... Best to try improve the conditions they are kept in... it does work, im not being rude here, but many people think they know how to store their food, but you find different varieties of a product, such as potatoes (maris peers, pipers, estimas etc) store at slightly different optimums...
Under your kitchen sink in a open box, i find is the best suited...

If however you are dissastisfied, it might have been unlucky? If its within the best before date (not the display date) take it back, customer services will put you in touch with one of my produce lot, and we'll happily refund and/or replace

:)
#24
dcx_badass
I've got a bag of two week old morrisons carrots in my fridge that are still fine.


even though you quoted eariler that you prefer tesco quality?

:):p
#25
i will try add more updates to all offers tomorrow guys if your planning shopping from Tuesday onwards... im in work 2moro night so will keep you updated :D
#26
The problem with a lot of the cheap pre packed carrots is that there is moisture/condensation in the bags.
take them out of the bags and store them in a veg rack or hessian bag and they will keep fine.
#27
dcx_badass
I do prefer Tesco, but it doesn't make my carrots moudly. I had some 10 day out of date Tesco toasting muffins, and some two packs of morrisons ones 2 days out of date, all packs were sealed, Tesco ones were fine, morrisons ones were covered in green, I think it's just preference, my Tesco at home is awesome. Morrisons is ok as well, I just prefer tesco. Asda and sainsburys best though.


probably the extra preservatives lol
sorry to hear about it... ohh well... everyone has their preferences
#28
dcx_badass
I do prefer Tesco, but it doesn't make my carrots moudly. I had some 10 day out of date Tesco toasting muffins, and some two packs of morrisons ones 2 days out of date, all packs were sealed, Tesco ones were fine, morrisons ones were covered in green, I think it's just preference, my Tesco at home is awesome. Morrisons is ok as well, I just prefer tesco. Asda and sainsburys best though.


I find Morrison's far cheaper than Tesco's. Sometimes, Tesco's prices can be extortionate!
#29
LightningPete
i will try add more updates to all offers tomorrow guys if your planning shopping from Tuesday onwards... im in work 2moro night so will keep you updated :D


Pete, God (can I say that here?) bless you (and Alan Hansen!). You really are an angel, keeping me - and no doubt others - just above the credit crunch, I really appreciate your update - and the last one too. Its posts like this that are keeping this site at the top - and the nation of strugglers going (IMO).

30p carrots, well, Tesco are fine, but at 89p a pop I'd happily throw 1/2 Morrisons away and still be in profit! Anyway, they do have a CS desk and as they're human, will listen to complaints.

I have 3 localised deals, not worth posting separately due to all the negative "I live nowhere near you" idiots that breed on this site - hope you don't mind me mentioning Pete.

After signing on in Hayes last week, missus asked me to pick up a couple of Onions for dinner. Rather than get 2/3 for say 25p, I noticed a couple of the smaller Indian shops on Uxbridge Road (between Job Centre and Post Office/Wimpy) with larger orange bagged Onions. My local Indian shop does a 5Kg bag for £2.75, but here they were 4 Kg for 99p. I knew it'd be a bit of a struggle home on the bus, but I decided to buy them - and they have been fine. I think the key is to find 3/4 Indian mini-markets in close proximity (Indian, Lankan, Bangla) and thought even more dubious in quality, the prices will be much cheaper.

Also on Uxbridge Rd, there were few shops offering mens hair cuts for a fiver. One was actually at £3, but the guy handing out leaflets said it was only for a week (too late). I have been booking those free ones from Gumtree or Metro for whenever I have an appt in London though.

Finally Eggs - not ecologically, freshly laid, free-range or organic (not that anyone cared for years), these same type of Indian Shops (often found on corners - and not only for sub-continentals!) mostly do a 30-pack of eggs - for £2.49. Hounslow used the have for £2.25, but same price now. Southall is £2.20 still.

If you can share these with family or a neighbour (as we do), then thats 1/2 dozen for 50p. Bigger than value ones - though the ethics, well... at least you save!

We did pick up some eggs on the way back from our summer hols breaks in Cornwall and IoW from street vendors. Eggs tasted same and cost same as above, but we can't holiday every week!
#30
Thanks
#31
Some good food storage advice here and thanks for taking the time and effort to post these offers and I hope you aren't put off by some of the negative comments, follow the advice as other posters suggest and use them up in other ways and you won't have waste. There's enough negativity going around without posters adding to it.
#32
N00N00
Some Morrison's veg can be of dubious quality. The carrots tend to be the worst thing to buy there - I wouldn't buy more than one bag as they'll go off within 3 days.

Great deal. Just rip open the bag of carrots before placing in the fridge and they'll last for well over a week. If you keep them in the sealed plastic bag they will rapidly go mouldy.
#33
saaya2020
I find Morrison's far cheaper than Tesco's. Sometimes, Tesco's prices can be extortionate!


Agree with you 100%
#34
thescientist
Great deal. Just rip open the bag of carrots before placing in the fridge and they'll last for well over a week. If you keep them in the sealed plastic bag they will rapidly go mouldy.


This is true, I do the same and they last ages ... I've not had any quality issues from Morrison's or Tesco's ... but I do prefer Morrison's overall ... quality seems far better. And for me is a less stressful shop than Tesco.
#35
this is handy, didnt use morrisons as a rule as they are the furthest away (over 5 miles) from us but mum just took over a working mans club that is 2 streets away from one so can just nip there before i go mums as i get son on bus at 8 and mum still in bed or go together when she ready as she loves morrisons
thanks
corinne
#36
Don't forget to grab a few of these goodies while you are in there http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/533812/moet-chandon-champagne-14-39-morris
#37
Can I just remind all poeple going into Morrisons on a Monday........ Please check your receipts as I bought loads of bakery items today & none of the 'buy 2 for £3 or buy 2 for £1.80 deals' went through on the till so I had to go to Customer Service to sort it.
#38
Thanks for the heads up :thumbsup:
#39
dcx_badass
Pete, I think I met you today, 8:45, at the fridges near fruit and veg, you said it's all you had left sorry it was a mess, and you should get more cheese and bacon potato skins in tomorrow or wednesday. I got too scared to say it was me though, my username is bad enough to read on here, nevermind say it in public!


sounds like a recipe for a nice christmas romance, if you ask me!! Lol:santa::stocking::gift::santa::gift::
#40
aeu05125
The last time this was on though, the kiwi fruits were hard and never got ripe, so got binned.


I have 3 of those on my windowsill right now :w00t:

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