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4 Pint Milk for only £1.00 @ Poundland!

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7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago
I was in poundland this morning and noticed that they were selling 4 pint milk bottles for only (you guessed it) £1.

These are usually £1.50 in Tesco/Asda etc.
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#1
2 litres milk only 98p in Aldi, more than 4 pints, so cold, sorry
[helper]#2
2 litres in Sainsbury for £1.
#3
battelaxe
2 litres milk only 98p in Aldi, more than 4 pints, so cold, sorry


pun intended?
#4
Poundland sell milk?
#5
golderm
pun intended?


lol
#6
2 litres is actually 3.52 pints so less than 4 pints - so Poundland beats Aldi.

Having said that I paid 99p for 4 pints in a corner shop tonight so still not the best deal out there.
#7
I am slightly confused to why people think 2 litres is more than 4 pints?

1 pint = 568 ml.
4 x 568 = 2272 ml.
1 litre = 2000 ml.
#8
glasspassenger
I am slightly confused to why people think 2 litres is more than 4 pints?

1 pint = 568 ml.
4 x 568 = 2272 ml.
1 litre = 2000 ml.


At least some of us can do maths :thumbsup:
#9
I lolled.
#10
Shengis
I lolled.


+1
#11
glasspassenger;5601243
I am slightly confused to why people think 2 litres is more than 4 pints?

1 pint = 568 ml.
4 x 568 = 2272 ml.
1 litre = 2000 ml.

Umm, I think, perhaps, 1 litre = 1000ml. Milli-litres. See? But then I've had a drink.
#12
63098792
Umm, I think, perhaps, 1 litre = 1000ml. Milli-litres. See? But then I've had a drink.


Would never have guessed :lol:
#13
wow you must have a posh poundland - it has a fridge:whistling:
#14
battelaxe
2 litres milk only 98p in Aldi, more than 4 pints, so cold, sorry


Incorrect, 2 litres equates to 3.5 pints, so no use crying over spilt milk :p
#15
87p in asda yesturday for 2 litres
#16
How much are they again in poundland?














lol
#17
I normally buy from BestBuy or Farmfoods......its always been 99p for 2 litres. Its not an offer, its the same price i been buying for more than a year now.
cold for me??
#18
2 pints in Aldi 49p, so 98p for 4 pints.

PP
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#19
battelaxe
2 litres milk only 98p in Aldi, more than 4 pints, so cold, sorry


Yeah that's a bit silly, as per everyone else, 2 litres really isn't more than 4 pints lol.

Might be worthwhile doing a quick fact-check before posting :thumbsup:
#20
Rory Joe
Yeah that's a bit silly, as per everyone else, 2 litres really isn't more than 4 pints lol.

Might be worthwhile doing a quick fact-check before posting :thumbsup:


Duh, mea culpa, sorry guys.
#21
Still hot imo, as sometimes you can't get to aldi, sainsburys etc.... Also Lidl 2l for 98 p, I was in there yesterday and it was gone! So whenever/wherever I can I buy this discounted fresh milk....
#22
Shengis
Poundland sell milk?


Do they sell bacon and eggs as well?:?
#23
LJM
2 litres in Sainsbury for £1.


4 pints for £1 in Sainsburys
#24
tamoil
Do they sell bacon and eggs as well?:?


Bacon & Eggs is the food of kings! :)
#25
If you buy your milk from a local grocery style store, you can usually pick up 4 pints for between 75p and 90p.

Supermarkets are cheap for many food items, but for staple goods they can be beaten pretty easily.
#26
Faz786

Supermarkets are cheap for many food items, but for staple goods they can be beaten pretty easily.


Yes, but you can't drink staples can you.









;-)
#27
bet you they won't put the milk in a fridge. it will be with the crisps or something.
#28
This store needs to look for a way forward, because at one time most things were a bargain at £1 ---- but now they actually have to put the price up to £1, seeing most of what they sell is tat. A lot of the branded stuff they sell is cheaper at Home Bargains, Savers etc. At the moment they still seem to do a roaring trade amongst the local benefit dependent chav base and foreign students, so maybe they'll be ok - seeing this is an increasing proportion of the UK population.

The do have fridges in the Poundlands round here, but the stuff is never that cold. The stupid thing with drinks fridges in the UK is they're stocked from the front with warm cans, so any cold ones are at the back - but the ambient temperature of the fridge is increased significantly by restocking with uncooled cans --- meaning most times there are no cool cans. The US have a better system, where the fridges (on the wall) are stocked from the rear, with cans thet have been kept in a refrigerated store - consequently all of the cans in the fridge are cold. But this is the UK, so most things are second rate and ill thought out :)
#29
janz70
wow you must have a posh poundland - it has a fridge:whistling:


Yeah. I wouldn't expect the milk there to be fresh.
banned#30
glasspassenger
I am slightly confused to why people think 2 litres is more than 4 pints?

1 pint = 568 ml.
4 x 568 = 2272 ml.
1 litre = 2000 ml.


Och, etts yer wee cawprenensevv educatshenn system, etts pants ah tell yae
#31
tamoil
Do they sell bacon and eggs as well?:?


Funnily enough... the one I was in earlier had eggs (Romford store) - not sure how many was in a pack though
#32
Faz786
If you buy your milk from a local grocery style store, you can usually pick up 4 pints for between 75p and 90p.

Supermarkets are cheap for many food items, but for staple goods they can be beaten pretty easily.


It is not 4 pints they sell in local grocery stores IT IS 2 LITRES ....smaller bottles.
Sainsbury 1% Orange top milk ( 4 pints ) is king of the milk deals
#33
63098792
Umm, I think, perhaps, 1 litre = 1000ml. Milli-litres. See? But then I've had a drink.


Lol, yes, I know :P Haha!! Damn my mistake.. it almost looked so good
#34
Is this milk from a cow?

Poundland - could be rat milk.
#35
FFS Michael Jacksons death got less coverage than this, yer really milking it now
#36
milk is delivered fresh every morning and replenishement stock is stored in the warehouse from a backup chiller
#37
Istanbul_Kop
Is this milk from a cow?

Poundland - could be rat milk.


Nah, rat milk is like caviar :lol:
#38
baldude
I normally buy from BestBuy or Farmfoods......its always been 99p for 2 litres. Its not an offer, its the same price i been buying for more than a year now.
cold for me??

Wow, seriously, wow. Four pints is MORE THAN two litres.
#39
I've never seen a poundland with a cooler! Normally there's barely enough room for 2 customers to pass each other without a fight! and the tills queue more than one customer past the goods on sale at the entry of each aisle, making it impossible to even move around the shop..

Looks like a good deal though if your local PL sells refrigerated goods!
#40
In Poundland today. These are 2 litre bottles, not 4 pint, ie smaller (see earlier in thread). Still a deal but misleading and not quite as good as posted.

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