Amoy Straight To Wok Noodles £1.48 for one or 2 for £1.00 - HotUKDeals
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I went into the Morrisons in Pendeford and found the Amoy strait to wok all varieties for just £1.00 for two!! Less than if you just buy the one! They usually do the "Three per customer" on deals like this so somthing to bare in mind, but good anyway!!
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#1
Could someone please tell me why this has been voted cold?! I think people should not be permitted to vote cold without explanation!
#2
Well I voted hot - they are very nice and I thought I got a good deal with BOGOF in Tesco last week
#3
Home & Bargains have these for 29p a pack. 'Bargain'
#4
well there isn't one of those by me, but that is a bargin!!
#5
Farmfoods sell them for 10p a pack - voted cold i'm afraid.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/172649/amoy-straight-to-wok-noodles-10p-in/
#6
Granted 10p at Farmfoods is much better, but then for those that only have a Morrisons nearby, 2 for £1 is still a good deal.
I can say that these noodles are actually quite good as I've bought them a few times. Also bear in mind deal might end today as I believe Morrisons change their deals on Tuesdays at my local store....
#7
Will definitely be heading to Farmfoods now...
#8
We brought nearly all the bags ages ago, I think there were 30. But do check the sell by date. 30 bags for £3

The next best option is the 99p store, where they have a 4pack (four bags and they use sellotape to hold it in place).

If you don't mind chilli. The is chilli infused noodles (blue dragoon brand, I think) doing the rounds at Home Bargin for 10p.
#9
max of 3 per customer! You either want 2 or 4! :-D
#10
I think you might be local to me,there is a home bargains at bentley bridge

hth

Kelly
#11
starsparkle2311
Good bargain, we don't have any bargain shops in our town - so deals like this are much appreciated.:roll: I've always thought that 3 per customer thing was silly, all you do is go back in later on. How do they know how many you're buying?:p


The quote below is precisely why they limit the amount you can buy. So that one or two greedy pigs can't buy the lot and waste it for everyone else. Some people drive round the different supermarkets each week, buying up only the special offers. They know that you are unlikely to go back and forth ten times for a bargain, so will risk that. I remember years ago seeing a family standing in Safeway at the checkouts, I swear the guy had brought out his parents AND grandparents, so they could each put three offers through the till. (big bottles of coke). I've never seen anything like it. Next day he had those bottles of coke for sale in his shop, at about five times the price, ugh.

comics
We brought nearly all the bags ages ago, I think there were 30. But do check the sell by date. 30 bags for £3

The next best option is the 99p store, where they have a 4pack (four bags and they use sellotape to hold it in place).

If you don't mind chilli. The is chilli infused noodles (blue dragoon brand, I think) doing the rounds at Home Bargin for 10p.
#12
therealslimkaty
So that one or two greedy pigs can't buy the lot and waste it for everyone else.


You're wrong about that, supermarkets actually do that to stop customers whining because they are too slow and then complain.
Supermarkets follow the same strategy, if someone wants to buy something, you sell it. The last thing they want to do is not sell anything.
More-so home bargins, 99p store, Farmfoods follow the additional strategy of "sell cheap, sell fast", so I'm the perfect customer as I help them clear the shelfs so they can restock. A week after I bought the noddles, I went back and saw the shelfs were stocked up again with the same product ( but I couldn't buy anymore as it was getting close to the sell by date). :p

But don't worry, since others know you can get it cheaper elsewhere, there should be enough stock for you at Morrisons.
#13
comics
You're wrong about that, supermarkets actually do that to stop customers whining because they are too slow and then complain.
Supermarkets follow the same strategy, if someone wants to buy something, you sell it. The last thing they want to do is not sell anything.


I agree, if a store has 30 packs of noodles to sell, the don't really care if they sell them to 1 person, or to 30 different people, so long as they sell. they limit it to stop the whiney sods. lol

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