Asda 2 litre (3.5 pints) Semi Skimmed Milk Only 97p (Less than 28p per pint) - HotUKDeals
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2 litre Arla less than 2% fat Semi Skimmed Milk Only 97p
3.5 pints
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#1
The shops around where I live have been selling semi skimmed milk for months at 89p so for me its ice cold unless Asda milk is special!
#2
Slick Tyre
The shops around where I live have been selling semi skimmed milk for months at 89p so for me its ice cold unless Asda milk is special!



Maybe you have been buying 1 litre/2 pints for 89p as the average supermarket price for the 1 litre is 86p
:-D
These are 2 litre bottles
#3
Cold voters reasons please or a link to a cheaper deal
Thanks
1 Like #4
Cheapest I've seen is 2 litres for £1.06 at Tesco so this is a bargain! Thanks - Hot!
banned 1 Like #5
I usually get this at Morrisons and its around the £1.10 mark. Great tasting as well.
#6
£1 for 4 pints in Sansburys, its 1% fat but tastes fine in Tea and Rice Krispies :thumbsup:
#7
its bloody milk with a saving of pence. who gives a ****! I wish people would stop posting these stupid deals on milk.
1 Like #8
DB2k
its bloody milk with a saving of pence. who gives a ****! I wish people would stop posting these stupid deals on milk.


30p saved x twice per week = £31.20/year. Seems like a good deal to me.
#9
pototea
30p saved x twice per week = £312/year. Seems like a good deal to me.


http://failblog.files.wordpress.com/2008/07/math-fail.jpg

I LOL'd :-D
#10
DB2k
its bloody milk with a saving of pence. who gives a ****! I wish people would stop posting these stupid deals on milk.


Idiot

I wish people like you would stop making childish comments and actually start posting some decent deals themselves !!
#11
lufc246
Idiot

I wish people like you would stop making childish comments and actually start posting some decent deals themselves !!


Remember this deal will save you

[SIZE="7"]£312[/SIZE]

per year!!! :-D:-D:-D:-D
#12
pototea
[SIZE="2"]30p saved x twice per week = £312/year[/SIZE]. Seems like a good deal to me.


Might save you that if you own a cattery, but me thinks normal people don't drink that much milk!!! :whistling:

http://www.cat-world.com.au/images/CatMil1.jpg


Good deal though lol so heat added :thumbsup:
#13
I think investment in a cow is a good idea in this current situation!
#14
Well I'm going to take the Sainsburys Milk and save an extra 11p twice a week. Thats an amazing £1144 saving over the Asda Milk!
#15
Corporal_Curse;3945415
I think investment in a cow is a good idea in this current situation!


Will a cat do? We have lots of cats in our neighbourhood.
#16
Oops, got my maths wrong! Should have been £31.20 saved per year. That's still one week worth of food shopping for me.
#17
DB2k
its bloody milk with a saving of pence. who gives a ****! I wish people would stop posting these stupid deals on milk.


At last a like mind. So you save 2p - what sort of deal is that.
FFS get a life!
#18
grex9101
Remember this deal will save you

[SIZE="7"]£312[/SIZE]

per year!!! :-D:-D:-D:-D


Only if you drink milk like there's no tomorrow and live next to Asda - voted cold
#19
alecb
At last a like mind. So you save 2p - what sort of deal is that.
FFS get a life!


Where does 2p come into it ???

Another one that ***** off good posts but fails to make any decent contributions themselves
Well Done alecb 2 posts in a year, more minus degrees than plus and you have the nerve to tell me to get a life.
:oops:
#20
its weird they chose the litre system as opposed to the pint system
#21
pikachu12
its weird they chose the litre system as opposed to the pint system



No its not, alot of people just pick them up not realising they are 2 litre, i bet if you asked most people whould think its 4 pints
#22
Imperial ftw.
#23
a good deal like Farm Foods equivalent for 2 Litre but for me the Sainsburys one percent semi skimmed deal ( 4 PINTS ) is in a league of its own...
#24
Thanks for this. My local Asda had no Cravendale semi skimmed, the usual 4 pints units and these 2 litre ones which were not priced. Because I had read this post before I went out, I was able to stock up on a few.
#25
voted hot, buy lots of milk, usually around 8litres per week, so will save quite a few pennies, thanks for the post, i would have missed it otherwise and just picked up my usual asda semi.
#26
sainsburys milk is better value at £1 as you get 4 pints!! that 24p a pint!!http://s619.photobucket.com/albums/tt272/crse2006/?action=view&current=Picture0058.jpg
#27
crse2008;4181645
sainsburys milk is better value at £1 as you get 4 pints!! that 24p a pint!!http://s619.photobucket.com/albums/tt272/crse2006/?action=view&current=Picture0058.jpg

What price are their calculators?
If Sainsburys sold their semi-skimmed milk at 4 pints for a pound, that would make it 25p per pint. ;-)

However, Sainsburys, semi-skimmed milk actually costs £1.53 for a 4 pint (2.27l) container.

The stuff they are flogging at a pound has almost half the amount of fat of semi-skimmed (and semi-skimmed doesn't have much!), and 10% less protein.
#28
DB2k
its bloody milk with a saving of pence. who gives a ****! I wish people would stop posting these stupid deals on milk.



Perhaps you should stop reading them, the header is clear enough.

I have voted hot.:thumbsup:

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