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Asda Beer Deals... Any 2 for £15.00

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7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
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Fosters lager.15 x 440ml cans
Carling lager. 15 x 440ml cans
Stella Artois. 18 x 284ml bottles
John Smiths Bitter. 15 x 440ml cans
Budweiser 15 x 300ml
Strongbow Cider. 15 x 440ml cans
Kronenbourg 1664. 15 x 275ml
Bulmers original Cider. 8 x 568ml bottles
Magners Cider. 6 x 568ml bottles
Gaymers Pear Cider.12 x 440ml cans
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#1
nice one seen this in the papers today will stock up for camping next week ..heat added!
#2
Would have been much better if there had actually been some beer in the list.
#3
androoski
Would have been much better if there had actually been some beer in the list.


John Smiths is pretty beer-like.

I've got a fair bit already so i really shouldn't but it is cheap...
#4
androoski
Would have been much better if there had actually been some beer in the list.


There is beer, just none that i'd drink.

Still good price if you like it. Heat added.
#5
androoski
Would have been much better if there had actually been some beer in the list.


This.

They could have at least included the Guinness 12 pack which Tescos had on offer for 3 for £20 back in June.
#6
If Asda wasn't out of my way I would go and see what other beers they had in.

Yeah Tesco's were doing 3 cases of Becks for £20, someone stole my wallet though, so I had no drivers license for ID.

Would of filled my boots if I could of been served. I'm 25 too and there is no way on earth I could pass for 17. Sometimes the law on buying alcohol is so stupid.

Also I once got refused alcohol in Tesco when I was with a friend, just because he didn't have any ID. I had ID though so they should of served me, pretty sure it was illegal of them not to do so. The really annoying thing was that I was just doing my weekly shop and my friend happened to be in the cue one place behind me! Didn't know he was in Tesco until he got my attention in the cue.


Also if you bought the Fosters £15 for 30x440ml from ASDA You would get just over 23 pints.
If you bought 23 pints of Fosters down the pub it would cost you say... £76

So buying a pint at the pub is 507% dearer than buying it from ASDA.
I wonder why all the pubs are closing...
#7
:w00t:Personally I wouldn't drink Fosters if it was free. JS bitter looks ok tho
#8
RoBad


Also if you bought the Fosters £15 for 30x440ml from ASDA You would get just over 23 pints.
If you bought 23 pints of Fosters down the pub it would cost you say... £76


£3.30 a pint of fosters? i know things are a bit more expensive down south but i only pay £2.20 a pint of fosters at my local
#9
I wish it was £2.20

Was out in Todmorden, Hebden Bridge and Halifax at the weekend £3.20 at most places.

I live in Manchester and it's £3.30 a pint here.

Unless you go to the student places such as Revolution etc, but you can't have a quite drink there. £3 - £3.50 for a 330ml bottle of Becks most places.
#10
I live in Manchester and it's £3.30 a pint here.[/QUOTE]

i have never paid that much for a pint in manchester. in fact no where near. admittedly being a student i dont exactly drink in rich digs, but nevertheless, you are massively overpaying for an average beer.
#11
If you could get Pint's of any beer other than real ale for £2.20 at a pub my life would change forever

I seriously don't know anywhere in Manchester center (except the Oyster Bar outside Selfridges) where you can get a pint for £2.20 or less.

Actually the more I think about it, the more £3.30 seems like a good price for a pint. I always seem to end up paying £3.40 - £3.50 I don't know why they charge so much. The little quite traditional pubs seem to be the worst for it too. I don't know how people afford to drink out anymore.
#12
RoBad;5742168
If you could get Pint's of any beer other than real ale for £2.20 at a pub my life would change forever

I seriously don't know anywhere in Manchester center (except the Oyster Bar outside Selfridges) where you can get a pint for £2.20 or less.

Actually the more I think about it, the more £3.30 seems like a good price for a pint. I always seem to end up paying £3.40 - £3.50 I don't know why they charge so much. The little quite traditional pubs seem to be the worst for it too. I don't know how people afford to drink out anymore.


Try the Joseph Holt Pubs in Manchester, their own brand Diamond and Crystal Lager, Bitter & Mild etc is just around £2 - £2.30 a Pint depending on what you have and special at the moment include big bottles of Holts Humdinger for £1 or 3 bottles of Budweiser, Stella or WKD for £5, there is The Crown and Anchor on Cateaton St just at the side of Shambles Square, The Old Monkey on Portland St, and my fav the Ape and Apple on John Dalton St, plus loads more in the suburbs just check the Joseph Holt website http://www.joseph-holt.com/ .
#13
It was 5euros in most places in Cyprus last month! More in some pubs!
#14
RoBad
I live in Manchester and it's £3.30 a pint here.

In my local I could get 2 pints for that. And 10p change. :-D
#15
Sigmatic
In my local I could get 2 pints for that. And 10p change. :-D


£3.20 for a pair of pints, where do you live? 1999?

Local places where I am average £2.80 - £3.10 is the going rate, ranging from Carling being cheapest, then things like Kronenburg and Heineken at the higher end. Unless you're in a pub with a happy hour and some stupid daytime hour. This is in Tenby, Wales - its so stupid, lots of pubs and seemingly no competition over price - I do think though that the cost price, in tax VAT and service all adds up which must be hard for some places. Bitter and Strongbow are normally a bit cheaper. Bottles are like £2 - £2.50, however one place does £1 Carlsberg bottles which is good, just not that good 'a lager.

I'd love a small selection of lager and bitter to be more affordable, like £2.20 or something - chain pubs e.g. weatherspoons seem to be better on price, but there are only local places here. I realise in student areas it seems to be like £2 a pint from what I've heard, and can be cheaper (obviously depending on what you get).

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#16
jjintheuk
£3.20 for a pair of pints, where do you live? 1999?

lol. After I posted that I realised it's not Fosters that's £1.60 a pint in my local. It's Carlsberg. Not a good beer at all IMO, but as the next cheapest is Carling at £2.23 a pint, I can stomach it. :-D

BTW, if you think I'm lying, you could always call them up and ask the price. The pub is The Lynton Tavern in Stafford (01785 662293). ;-)
#17
I live in Souf East London and my local battle cruiser sells foster's at £2-20 a pint.
#18
Voted hot , i wouldnt pay 3 quid for a pint of fizzy flavoured alcoholic water thats just ridiculous lol.
#19
Have some heat badboy
#20
RoBad
If Asda wasn't out of my way I would go and see what other beers they had in.

Yeah Tesco's were doing 3 cases of Becks for £20, someone stole my wallet though, so I had no drivers license for ID.

Would of filled my boots if I could of been served. I'm 25 too and there is no way on earth I could pass for 17. Sometimes the law on buying alcohol is so stupid.

Also I once got refused alcohol in Tesco when I was with a friend, just because he didn't have any ID. I had ID though so they should of served me, pretty sure it was illegal of them not to do so. The really annoying thing was that I was just doing my weekly shop and my friend happened to be in the cue one place behind me! Didn't know he was in Tesco until he got my attention in the cue.


Also if you bought the Fosters £15 for 30x440ml from ASDA You would get just over 23 pints.
If you bought 23 pints of Fosters down the pub it would cost you say... £76

So buying a pint at the pub is 507% dearer than buying it from ASDA.
I wonder why all the pubs are closing...



I work at Tesco and it's not usual protocol to refuse anyone with a friend unless you're lead to believe they're somehow buying it together...Say you handed him some money in the queue or you were refused and then passed the sale on...But if there was nothing like that going on then they had no reason to make that assumption. :?
#21
In Asda Chelmsford this morning 300ml Budweiser was £10 for 15 with no 2 for £15 option.
#22
Here in Scotland, as reported in a previous post, £7 each for all the old favourites
#23
Sigmatic
In my local I could get 2 pints for that. And 10p change. :-D


Do you live in 1995?
#24
tonyd19565;5744662
Here in Scotland, as reported in a previous post, £7 each for all the old favourites

£7 for bud by any chance?
#25
marko4ever24
£7 for bud by any chance?


Yip, 15 bottles Bud or 18 Stella or Grolsch
#26
are there any 15packs of john smith's? Can't find on link or asda site or supermarket.com
#27
scunny
are there any 15packs of john smith's? Can't find on link or asda site or supermarket.com


John Smiths Bitter. 15 x 440ml cans. Had them instore this afternoon. :thumbsup:
#28
cuzzy
John Smiths Bitter. 15 x 440ml cans. Had them instore this afternoon. :thumbsup:


Went today, and just a empty space, couldnt see them anywhere :?

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