ASDA Fresh Milk Whole/Semi/Skimmed x2 4 Pints (£1.44 each) or any 2 for £2.00! - HotUKDeals
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Seems a really good buy if your house is anything like ours, we get through tons of the stuff, especially with half-term next week! Available online and instore, Asda currently have an offer on their fresh milk including whole, semi- skimmed & skimmed. 4 pints (normally £1.44 each) or you can buy any 2 for £2. They also have an offer on the 6 pints (normally £2,12 each) or any 2 for £3 :)
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#1
Robbing B******S.
This is Asda way of introducing price rises. Last time Milk went from £1.11 to £1.34 via a 2 for £2.
Now gone from £1.34 to £1.44 again via 2 for £2
#2
Hot ....
#3
Yes its true about the way they sneak a price rise in.
Done same with bottles of fizzy pop.3 for a £1 now 4 for £1.50.
Look at Bertolli margarine its now £4.07 that was a MASSIVE price rise.
The only things NOT going up in price are things we dont need.
Its not just Asda its all the supermarkets and all the utility companies.
And dont forget the OIL companies.
I bet POLITICIANS are on the board or are ADVISING EVERY one of them.
Wait till their profits are announced and see how much they are ripping us off by.
How can official inflation figures be so low when everything is going up in price by gigantic leaps.
#4
...instead of ranting, a good book to read - if you're full of curiosity about the reasons behind the commodity price boom - is 'Hot Commodities' by Jim Rogers. JR worked with George Soros and became a billionaire on the back of the last commodities boom - then retired in his thirties and rode around the world on a motorcycle, and then drove around the world in a yellow car. He wrote this book in 2004 saying that another commodity bull market was beginning. He was right.
#5
This is so true!
Put something on offer and when it reverts back to it 'normal price' there is a massive increase on it!
6 x Muller corners normal price £2.49 offer price £1.50 after offer price £2.98!
Last week Ariel liquid £3.50 this week £3.95
Sunflower oil last week £1.09 this week £1.35
#6
Went to Asda 2 days ago and noticed that most products are priced compared to Tesco. Looked at everyday use products, our shopping bill was bigger. Don't shop regulary in Asda, usualy Sainsburys or Tesco.
#7
This is a great offer while it lasts ... thanks!
#8
Go to a local asian if you use a lot of milk like we do.
One local shop is selling those big 7pint ones for 89p and has been for months. It msut be a loss leader but even average prices in lcoal shops are about £1.00-£1.10.
#9
Cyb
Go to a local asian if you use a lot of milk like we do.
One local shop is selling those big 7pint ones for 89p and has been for months. It msut be a loss leader but even average prices in lcoal shops are about £1.00-£1.10.


Blimey ... where do you live?! In our local shop they sell 2 pints for about £1 :)
#10
Hey Laffy,

Leic ester :)
#11
I got 4*4pt for £3.48 yesterday ;-)
#12
Shengis
I got 4*4pt for £3.48 yesterday ;-)


Jack Sparrow drinks milk .............. ?!! :p
#13
Our local asian shop (B'ham) sells 4pints ~£0.80
Compare it to teh supermarkets and it's a bargain. :)

The only downside is, the best before date is usually a day or so less then what you buy from the supermarkets, but if like in our house you drink it like there was no tomorrow, then that's not an issue.

But as with all things recently, the cost of living has gone up, but most people's wages haven't. :x
#14
went to asda wigan the other day and the Cravendale 4 pinters were 2 for £2 also! These have a use by date about twice as long as Asda ones.
#15
Cyb
Go to a local asian if you use a lot of milk like we do.
One local shop is selling those big 7pint ones for 89p and has been for months. It msut be a loss leader but even average prices in lcoal shops are about £1.00-£1.10.




same as here in Peterborough, milk is so cheap at the local Asian shops.

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