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4 (YES FOUR) tins of Napolina chopped tomatoes £1.50 @ Asda

£1.50 @ Asda
This is the best tomato deal at Asda I've seen for a long time! 4 for £1.50. Asda often do 2 for £1.00 or 3 for £1.50 but this beats that! Includes: 4 x 440ml Napolina chopped tomatoes. Onlin… Read More
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6y, 2m agoFound 6 years, 2 months ago
This is the best tomato deal at Asda I've seen for a long time! 4 for £1.50.
Asda often do 2 for £1.00 or 3 for £1.50 but this beats that!
Includes: 4 x 440ml Napolina chopped tomatoes.
Online or instore; you get dont get Clubcard points because it's Asda.
Heavy things so get your kids to carry them or get them delivered!
Plus a possible penny from Topcashback/Quidco too. Does life get any better? Enjoy your Easter!!!
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1 Like #1
lol at the psss take
#2
"Does life get any better? "

Yes, B1G2F 4 £1.50:)

Not sure if ever happened but can easily imagine :)
#3
Grabbed a few tins for my bunker. Thanks.
1 Like #4
Not bad for FIVE tins.

Sorry meant, four, YES FOUR.

Edited By: andysmoore on Apr 24, 2011 02:24
1 Like #5
Or buy from Tesco at £1.96 and get them to double the difference!
#6
good deal, but 4 for £1 at quality save in Manchester piccadilly at the moment.
#7
this can go with my curry sauce from asda
1 Like #8
Dilema time.

Its a loveley eveing and was going down to the pub.

Now i'm torn between the pub or Asda to get FOUR, not 1, not 2 not even 3 but 4 YES FOUR tins of tomatoes.
#9
4 for £1 @ home and bargains
#10
have loads of chopped tomato got some of tesco one for £0.05 each ;)

I saw these in ASDA today wanted to post them but forgot

Edited By: siddiqullah16 on Apr 25, 2011 17:31
#11
This is the best tomato deal at Asda I've seen for a long time!


Interesting... and there was me thinking I was clued up on the current goings on in the field of tomato offers. Clearly I was mistaken.







Just kidding OP, but you do seem to know an unusual amount about tomato deals....

Edited By: FoSho on Apr 25, 2011 17:42
#12
ASDA's own brand chopped tomatoes are 33p a can (i.e. 4 would be £1.32). Chopped tomatoes = chopped tomatoes, don't get starry eyed by a brand name and a pretty label.
#13
Asda have been doing 3 for a pound on tomatoes for months now. Just go to the "ethnic" aisle rather than the normal one.
#14
Bolognese, here I come...
#15
Bleegh. Just the whole tomatoes left when I went into asda.

:(
#16
FOUR?
1 Like #17
Yes, that's what I said... F O U R.
Actually, the deal submit was a parody of a recent Tesco 4 cases of beer for £24 deal. Im not this tomato obsessed in real life.
#18
When my Asda did 4 for £1 there was pandemonium and fighting to get them off the pallets before they could deliver them to the isle. Madness.
1 Like #19
How on earth did this get hot over night? Pot heads.
#20
Beware Asda Online - ripoff Terms and Conditions

If the item price goes up they recalculate your bill, AFTER accepting the payment.

Recently bought 14 tins of Tuna at 2 for £3 (down from £3.50ish) and booked to deliver two days later. They sent me an email invoice for £21+delivery, then delivered and charged my card £49+delivery - didn't highlight the change or anything, when I called they made out it was buyer beware. This deal has the same smell about it.
#21
WessexUnderwater
Beware Asda Online - ripoff Terms and Conditions

If the item price goes up they recalculate your bill, AFTER accepting the payment.

Recently bought 14 tins of Tuna at 2 for £3 (down from £3.50ish) and booked to deliver two days later. They sent me an email invoice for £21+delivery, then delivered and charged my card £49+delivery - didn't highlight the change or anything, when I called they made out it was buyer beware. This deal has the same smell about it.


Thats shocking, you should surely get the deal that was on at the time you placed your order. They need to sort that nonsense out.
#22
From their terms and conditions 'Once You have placed an order on the Website We will send You an order acknowledgement by email setting out what You have ordered with the in-store prices on the day of order. This is not an order confirmation or acceptance from Us. A legally binding contract with You will only arise once We have completed Delivery of the goods to You.'

and
"Prices on the website are the prices charged in store on that day and as the store prices change, We update the website overnight. They are therefore a guide only. There may be some slight variations by the time We are due to Deliver Your order. When You shop on the Website You will pay the same price (excluding Our online only promotions) that You would pay if You came to Our Store to do Your shopping on the day of Delivery"

IIRC Sainsburys tell you you can't have the deal if it isn't valid on your delivery date. Sites like Amazon contact you and cancel the order. ASDA are the only site I'm aware of that deliver and deduct the increased amount.
#23
If you look at the T&Cs of any business, they are heavily in favour of the business rather than the customer. This isnt being "rip off", its to ensure they make a profit.
#24
poppoppop
If you look at the T&Cs of any business, they are heavily in favour of the business rather than the customer. This isnt being "rip off", its to ensure they make a profit.

Or in other words, being a rip off.
#25
middla
poppoppop
If you look at the T&Cs of any business, they are heavily in favour of the business rather than the customer. This isnt being "rip off", its to ensure they make a profit.
Or in other words, being a rip off.
Well if you call keeping businesses open and people in jobs... yeah, it's a rip off.

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