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4 pints milk £1.00 @ Iceland

£1.00 @ Iceland
4 pints of milk from Iceland for just £1.00, Whole, Skimmed or Semi-Skimmed
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7y, 3m agoFound 7 years, 3 months ago
4 pints of milk from Iceland for just £1.00, Whole, Skimmed or Semi-Skimmed
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#1
Nice one, Lets hope Lidl and co put there price back down to a quid again
Getting from Tesco currently @ £1.09 as no Iceland within my area worth driving to for this price, Tesco across the road., so easy peezy ;-)
#2
Bargain. My local Tesco charges 1.53 !
#3
Been this price for quite a while now, bread is also cheap in Iceland 2x Kingsmill for £1.50
#4
Are you sure these are 4 pints? Check the littres on the side.
#5
adrian2000
Are you sure these are 4 pints? Check the littres on the side.


Def 4 pints. 2.2something ltres
#6
4 pints for £1 in poundland aswell :thumbsup:
#7
adrian2000
Are you sure these are 4 pints? Check the littres on the side.


Certainly is been buying it for weeks
#8
celticbull2008
Nice one, Lets hope Lidl and co put there price back down to a quid again
Getting from Tesco currently @ £1.09 as no Iceland within my area worth driving to for this price, Tesco across the road., so easy peezy ;-)


How can that be? It's £2.25 for 6 pints, I've got the receipt here .... and daylight robbery it is too.
#9
It's been this price for 6 months or more!!
#10
celticbull2008
Nice one, Lets hope Lidl and co put there price back down to a quid again
Getting from Tesco currently @ £1.09 as no Iceland within my area worth driving to for this price, Tesco across the road., so easy peezy ;-)


£1.09 for 2 litres, or £1.53 (2 for £3) for 4 pints (2.272 litres)

so 44p/litre in Iceland

54.5p - 66p /litre in Tesco depending how you buy it

So Iceland is around 20% cheaper
#11
it's been on for more than half a year...but now I moved into an area without Iceland :-(
#12
iv been getting this at this price for yonks! and my bread from there aswell
#13
poundland is only 2 litres for £1
#14
Been £1 for years!

Wake up at the back...
#15
Saw this myself, thought it was hot
#16
has been £1 for ages kingsmill bread 2 for £1.50 too and its not quite 4 pints
#17
Gollywood
Been £1 for years!

Wake up at the back...


Not years , a few months . The price crept back up at Iceland until a few months ago..... back to a quid as maybe competition from Sainsburys offer of a quid for Orange Top a permanent offer
1 Like #18
Voting cold as it's been this price for absolutely bloody ages.
#19
Twice I've gone to Iceland to get 4 pints as its on my route home sometimes and neither time they had any although it was late in the day. At least poundland always has milk in stock even if it is only 2litres.
#20
danm003
Voting cold as it's been this price for absolutely bloody ages.


True, but compared to elsewhere it seems to be cheapest around so that means its a hot deal in my book
1 Like #21
voting cold as it's been posted number of times earlier and the deal is there for a while.
#22
yup, been this price for a while, only place i buy milk now!
also get bread there usually.
and their eggs, 15 large ones for £1.50 - eat loads at this price!
#23
also is available at farm foods at this price :D
#25
philmitchell
4 pints for £1 in poundland aswell :thumbsup:


Poundland has no Kingsmill though!:-D
#26
If you have a Lidl near you, I recommend you get four pints from there instead. It is 9p more expensive at £1.09, however milk from Lidl bears the [COLOR="Red"]Red Tractor [/COLOR]mark which guarantees certain quality standards.

We all want quality food that’s affordable and safe to eat. The Red Tractor is an independent mark of quality that guarantees the food we’re buying comes from farms and food companies that meet high standards of food safety and hygiene, animal welfare and environmental protection.


Iceland milk does not bear this mark.

also is available at farm foods at this price :D


Farmfoods is 2litres not 4pints I'm afraid.
1 Like #27
Just think what milk is for-baby cows to grow fast-not baby humans who grow slow. It is a poison!


http://www.notmilk.com/
#28
this deal has been on for ages, in fact don't think its on offer think its just how much it will be continously, though i buy the creamfields milk from tesco which says its £1 but scans as 85p!! been buying this for the last 2months and tastes the exact same but is healthier for u!
#29
Great, I know that farmfoods does it for a pound too.
#30
Mozza15
has been £1 for ages kingsmill bread 2 for £1.50 too and its not quite 4 pints


How is it not quite 4 pints when it says 4 pints on the label :thinking:
#31
it has always been £1 @ LIDL, how can this be a deal ? :?
#32
I remember when milk reached 8p a pint. .Headlines in the newspaper read IS MILK REALLY WORTH 10p A PINT .
#33
all ways bin a £1 in there all time i go in there
#34
:) always been a pound in my local 2, been getting it for years!! lol and it is 4 pints.
#35
deanos
Been this price for quite a while now, bread is also cheap in Iceland 2x Kingsmill for £1.50


farmstore is the same price been that price are ages:)
#36
To repeat, farmfoods is 2litres, no red tractor.

Iceland is £1 for 4 pints, again no red tractor

Lidl is 4pints has red tractor and is £1.09

I'd pay the 9p to be honest. If hygeine standards are poor in the other places, are we to assume rats and cockroaches are crawling around the hay and the animals are riddled with disease?
#37
OK so this was put on here month's ago, but some of us didn't know about this site then and I've only just started using it. For all those people who have been buying it there for all that time good for you but many people didn't know about it and I'm sure they'll now be glad to save a few pennies, as am I. a little reminder every few months about this kind of thing can't be such a bad thing...can it?
#38
Shadowmancer88
Great, I know that farmfoods does it for a pound too.


No it doesnt! That is 2 litres......SMALLER BOTTLES!

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