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400g Heinz Tinned Ready Meals 50p @ ASDA

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2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago
The rare price of just 50p:

Spaghetti Bolognese,
Macaroni Cheese,
Beans with Sausages,
Spaghetti with Peperoni.

Spaghetti with Sausages to :)
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[HUKD Deal Editor] 2 Likes #1
Also 3 for £1 on the 400g Spaghetti that nobody seems to have posted.
#2
hot just got some of these :)
1 Like #3
hot for me but hardly a ready meal.
banned#4
I definitely would not eat these even if they paid me 50p.

Hang on lol
#5
Need to pick up a few cans of macaroni cheese for post gym meals!
#6
BuzzDuraband
Also 3 for £1 on the 400g Spaghetti that nobody seems to have posted.
Says 5 for £2...:|
[helper]#7
rimz790
BuzzDuraband
Also 3 for £1 on the 400g Spaghetti that nobody seems to have posted.
Says 5 for £2...:|

His post is over two weeks old they've probably changed the deal
[HUKD Deal Editor]#8
rimz790
BuzzDuraband
Also 3 for £1 on the 400g Spaghetti that nobody seems to have posted.
Says 5 for £2...:|

I can assure you it didn't 2 weeks and 2 days ago (_;)
#9
Wouldn't be very healthy if food was TINNED. The proper term should be CANNED. (although the former term is widely accepted, it was obviously the metal can that was coated in tin. With different materials now available, maybe a new term could be used ?)

Edited By: COMARANTZ on Jul 20, 2014 17:02
1 Like #10
COMARANTZ
Wouldn't be very healthy if food was TINNED. The proper term should be CANNED. (although the former term is widely accepted, it was obviously the metal can that was coated in tin. With different materials now available, maybe a new term could be used ?

I can but assume you never hoover your house?
1 Like #11
Wot no ravioli ?
#12
zoopakev
Wot no ravioli ?


Yep, Ravioli is included in the offer.
1 Like #13
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zoopakev
Wot no ravioli ?


Yep, Ravioli is included in the offer.


thats good then ravioli is hardly ever on offer. its usually round 75-80p a tin for own brand stuff
2 Likes #14
brainbug100
COMARANTZ
Wouldn't be very healthy if food was TINNED. The proper term should be CANNED. (although the former term is widely accepted, it was obviously the metal can that was coated in tin. With different materials now available, maybe a new term could be used ?

I can but assume you never hoover your house?
Is that some sort of special process ?
banned#15
lol
1 Like #16
COMARANTZ
brainbug100
COMARANTZ
Wouldn't be very healthy if food was TINNED. The proper term should be CANNED. (although the former term is widely accepted, it was obviously the metal can that was coated in tin. With different materials now available, maybe a new term could be used ?

I can but assume you never hoover your house?
Is that some sort of special process ?

Its difficult, very difficult I'd leave it to the professionals :)
#17
brainbug100
COMARANTZ
brainbug100
COMARANTZ
Wouldn't be very healthy if food was TINNED. The proper term should be CANNED. (although the former term is widely accepted, it was obviously the metal can that was coated in tin. With different materials now available, maybe a new term could be used ?

I can but assume you never hoover your house?
Is that some sort of special process ?

Its difficult, very difficult I'd leave it to the professionals :)
So are you a professional and does that mean you like to lecture ?
#18
COMARANTZ
brainbug100
COMARANTZ
brainbug100
COMARANTZ
Wouldn't be very healthy if food was TINNED. The proper term should be CANNED. (although the former term is widely accepted, it was obviously the metal can that was coated in tin. With different materials now available, maybe a new term could be used ?

I can but assume you never hoover your house?
Is that some sort of special process ?

Its difficult, very difficult I'd leave it to the professionals :)
So are you a professional and does that mean you like to lecture ?

Er no
#19
Thanks OP the spagbol is a secret weekness harking back from childhood. Can't stand any of the other tinned pasta/ready meals stuff though! I had weaned myself off it (the price went through the roof) may have to revert back to my guilty pleasure.
#20
Got some spagbol today for work. :)

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