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70% off Sainsbury's festive cheeses

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Sainsbury's have reduced all their festive cheeses by 70%. This may be instore only. Was in Folkestone branch and they had Stilton, Mature Stilton, Goats, Brie, Camebert, Cave Matured Cheddar and all sorts of others. Good Luck!

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    DHALL
    DHALL2 years, 11 months ago #1Show comment tools Reply
    Will check this tomorrow - its amazing the range of cheeses and flavours you get these days especially over the Christmas period
    t0mm
    t0mm2 years, 11 months ago #2Show comment tools Reply
    Lots on Deli counter too.

    Apricot glazed camebert £5 down to £1
    festive cheeses such as: cheese and caramalised onion and cheddar and irish whisky £1 from £2
    and the 5 for £10 cheeseboard cheeses advertised on TV are now £1.50 each.
    ukhotdeals1
    Will probably find that if you order some, they'll cancel it for you & say they've sold out
    See this post earlier today
    (sorry, just really Cheesed off with them at the moment) :{
    cityslicker
    Also includes their gift sets.

    £1.50 chedder, pickle and oatcakes. You'd pay that just of the oatcakes.
    £12.50 Taste the difference four cheeses and two bottles of wine. (pinot grigio £7.49 and merlot £5.99) - cheese is effectively free.

    Cheese was dated 5th Jan as far as i could see.
    bbbazman
    Do you think they 'cut the cheese' before they put it on display ?
    curiousshopper
    JasonAJB
    Will have a look tomorrow, thanks for posting
    mistah
    There is no plural for cheese. Title should read Sainsbury's festive types of cheese or just cheese. no need to thank me.

    Edited By: mistah on Jan 02, 2012 01:48
    HXCMARC
    mistah
    There is no plural for cheese. Title should read Sainsbury's festive types of cheese or just cheese. no need to thank me.


    They are both grammatically correct and both can be classed as the plural. It is dependent on the sentence as to which use fits more appropriately. But you probably already knew that and were just trolling ;)
    ag441
    Bought loads! Thanks Jamal98!!!
    ndc
    ndc2 years, 11 months ago #11Show comment tools Reply
    Thanks! I bought lots of lovely cheese. The only problem was that I had to buy some biscuits to go with it!
    Note: Cheese can be used as an uncountable noun (cheese), which is more common/commoner, or as a countable noun (cheese/cheeses).
    bbbazman
    How many cheesesessessessussuss..etc...?
    Tonic84
    mistah
    There is no plural for cheese. Title should read Sainsbury's festive types of cheese or just cheese. no need to thank me.


    Cheeses Christ!

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