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Asda 3L Sunflower Oil for £3.38 from £3.94

£3.38 @ Asda
I know its not very good deal, but better than £3.94 in Tesco, Sanisbury and £4 in Morrison.
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I know its not very good deal, but better than £3.94 in Tesco, Sanisbury and £4 in Morrison.
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#1
sorry, but how does a saving of 56p constitute a hot deal....
#2
TESCO 1 LITRE @ £1.20,ONLY 7P MORE PER LITRE.
#3
Not a bad price
#4
beccajay
sorry, but how does a saving of 56p constitute a hot deal....


Coz it's cheaper?
#5
I remember just a year ago these were £2.70 roundabouts at Asda's. Boy have things suddenly decided to raise 20%. Fuel prices, public transport. HOw can you justify that.
banned#6
Jellybeans
I remember just a year ago these were £2.70 roundabouts at Asda's. Boy have things suddenly decided to raise 20%. Fuel prices, public transport. HOw can you justify that.

EH?
Translation gladly accepted :|
banned#7
Jellybeans
I remember just a year ago these were £2.70 roundabouts at Asda's. Boy have things suddenly decided to raise 20%. Fuel prices, public transport. HOw can you justify that.

what planet have you been on the last year? Oil price has gone up 45% in the year.

Edited By: csiman on Mar 07, 2011 06:29
#8
Jellybeans
I remember just a year ago these were £2.70 roundabouts at Asda's. Boy have things suddenly decided to raise 20%. Fuel prices, public transport. HOw can you justify that.


The world must be a very confusing place when you don't understand how it works!
banned#9
I still don't know what this means> Boy have things suddenly decided to raise 20%. :|
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Pluun
I still don't know what this means> Boy have things suddenly decided to raise 20%. :|

I blame labour's education policy ;)

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