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ASDA Smartprice Mushy Peas 4p online & instore

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4y, 2w agoFound 4 years, 2 weeks ago
First deal so I hope I’m doing everything right.

I’m sure everyone knows what these are, so I’m not going into any details about the product. I know they have been on special lately but this is the lowest ASDA has had them in a while I think.

I usually eat a can a day for gym as they are a great cheap source of protein (18g per can). So if you eat a lot you will not only be built like the Hulk, You will **** like him to.

If ASDA is still doing free delivery for orders over £99 you will be able to stock up with 2475 cans and get them delivered straight to your door for free. They only expire in Aug 2016 so im sure you and your family can finish them in time. And if a war starts at least you know you will be sorted for a while with good healthy food.

Anyways hopes this helps some people.
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10 Likes
Legend101
Cheap source of protein? Brah I'd rather eat chit than touch mushy peas.

feel sorry for anyone within a metre of you then
7 Likes
when ever i have them, i think of this film

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_FY2687dO59c/SnGcm4s0_hI/AAAAAAAAAWE/54mkq_GMPSc/s400/menchville8.jpg
7 Likes
Legend101
Cheap source of protein? Brah I'd rather eat chit than touch mushy peas.

"All we are saying is... give peas a chance..."

+heat for OP's description.

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#1
revolting
2 Likes #2
lol at the picture
1 Like #3
taste like vinegar, but hey they are cheap so hot
1 Like #4
4p.. how on earth? The can must cost more.
2 Likes #5
great price,same as Tesco Everyday,eat to live,not live to eat!!
1 Like #6
How do they make a profit on these!?? !_!
1 Like #7
Peas don't eat me
4 Likes #8
jayjayuk1234
lol at the picture

LOL at yours
3 Likes #9
http://www.nataliedee.com/110106/mushy-peas-what-the-hell.jpg
#10
Surely you can weigh the tin in at the scrap yard for more than 4p......
1 Like #11
Orcinus_orca
revolting

don't get mushy.
7 Likes #12
when ever i have them, i think of this film

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_FY2687dO59c/SnGcm4s0_hI/AAAAAAAAAWE/54mkq_GMPSc/s400/menchville8.jpg
#13
They look radioactive in the pic.
#14
Cheap source of protein? Brah I'd rather eat chit than touch mushy peas.
10 Likes #15
Legend101
Cheap source of protein? Brah I'd rather eat chit than touch mushy peas.

feel sorry for anyone within a metre of you then
1 Like #16
JamesClark1991
How do they make a profit on these!?? !_!
They probably don't but it's not like anyone will make the trip to ASDA just to get 1 can of peas at 4p. And if they do then ASDA probably still break-even.
4 Likes #17
love the description ... heat just for that
1 Like #18
I tried these and to be honest, they seem better quality than most fish and chip shop peas BARGAIN
#19
absolutely disgusting taste like tartrazine
1 Like #20
fluffybutt
love the description ... heat just for that
Ditto. Great job op
1 Like #21
Tins of peace
2 Likes #22
JamesClark1991
How do they make a profit on these!?? !_!
They don't it's called a loss leader, basically they think that if any of us lot go in and buy 4p peas then well may buy something else that makes a profit bigger then the loss from the peas and therefore overall they make a profit. You can also buy 6 "sausages" for about 13p.
#23
I heard the bank of england measures inflation on these. ;)
#24
MMW
JamesClark1991
How do they make a profit on these!?? !_!
They don't it's called a loss leader, basically they think that if any of us lot go in and buy 4p peas then well may buy something else that makes a profit bigger then the loss from the peas and therefore overall they make a profit. You can also buy 6 "sausages" for about 13p.

I really dont think that someone will sell a product at a loss, they would be bankrupt in a flash! the fact that they make a profit on these just shows how poor they are, I would rather spend an extra 50p on something edible, cold from me
2 Likes #25
Loss leader is actually a business term and yes businesses do this because they will make more profit elsewhere to cover the very small losses on the peas. It would be impossible to bankrupt asda by buying all their peas!!
#26
therudders
MMW
JamesClark1991
How do they make a profit on these!?? !_!
They don't it's called a loss leader, basically they think that if any of us lot go in and buy 4p peas then well may buy something else that makes a profit bigger then the loss from the peas and therefore overall they make a profit. You can also buy 6 "sausages" for about 13p.

I really dont think that someone will sell a product at a loss, they would be bankrupt in a flash! the fact that they make a profit on these just shows how poor they are, I would rather spend an extra 50p on something edible, cold from me

Trust me they do, it's a marketing technique just like freebies. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loss_leader
1 Like #27
Ok this is getting silly. I thought Aldi mushy peas were cheap at 6p!!!! What's going on with mushy peas? Some price war going on!!! Lol
#28
Cheap or expensive tinned mushy peas - probably mostly all the same product - just a different label on their tins?
Also with the Tesco 4p tins as part of your shopping "must-haves" then you get your ClubCard points too..


Edited By: Ashburnham1 on Sep 09, 2012 22:05
#29
Been 4p at tescos for a while - asda were 6p I think but then went back to normal price -18p???
#30
Great with a portion of fish
1 Like #31
Just brought 2475 online thanx thay should keep me going ;p heat added
7 Likes #32
Legend101
Cheap source of protein? Brah I'd rather eat chit than touch mushy peas.

"All we are saying is... give peas a chance..."

+heat for OP's description.
#33
Do these taste any different to Chipshop ones?
#34
COLD - bought them once, not even green and probably cancerous by the looks of them. Nothing like normal tinned mushy peas, which can be quite nice
#35
Heat the description. This is what HOtUK is all about! Find something cheap that can do 10 different things, just like a paper clip.
1 Like #36
I feel guilty buying these for four pence knowing people are starving in the world. On national minimum wage one can afford to buy a can of these around every 25 seconds!
#37
therudders
MMW
JamesClark1991
How do they make a profit on these!?? !_!
They don't it's called a loss leader, basically they think that if any of us lot go in and buy 4p peas then well may buy something else that makes a profit bigger then the loss from the peas and therefore overall they make a profit. You can also buy 6 "sausages" for about 13p.




I really dont think that someone will sell a product at a loss, they would be bankrupt in a flash! the fact that they make a profit on these just shows how poor they are, I would rather spend an extra 50p on something edible, cold from me
therudders
MMW
JamesClark1991
How do they make a profit on these!?? !_!
They don't it's called a loss leader, basically they think that if any of us lot go in and buy 4p peas then well may buy something else that makes a profit bigger then the loss from the peas and therefore overall they make a profit. You can also buy 6 "sausages" for about 13p.

I really dont think that someone will sell a product at a loss, they would be bankrupt in a flash! the fact that they make a profit on these just shows how poor they are, I would rather spend an extra 50p on something edible, cold from me

You'll probably find, if you read the labels, that the contents of your 54p can of mushy peas are broadly the same as the 4p can, including the additives. Might be a lower peas content but not enough to justify the price differential.

Edited By: Magister on Sep 09, 2012 23:38
3 Likes #38
lkm0287
Once a mushy pea grew and grew in a field until it was soo large it decided to do something. It decided to purchase Sky Plus. It was sold the package by one of those pushy people who try to flog them in the big shopping centres on those booths that are really annoying. You know the ones where the people stare at you and say excuse me sir or madam and you stair straight ahead pretending not to hear them. But this mushy pea didn't want it really so he wrote a letter to The Mirror saying that the Sky package is too much and that it's useless without a TV. The Mirror didn't write back because it was like WTF!!?? Mushy peas don't write letters. But NOOO, this mushy pea was special. It COULD write letters. The mushy pea felt alienated, in a world of humans selling it stuff in shopping centres but then ignoring its complaints, until one special day. This special day, a company called Asda empowered that mushy pea. Asda gave that mushy pea: value, worth, a direction, somewhere to become something. Asda gave that mushy pea the ambition, pride and determination to be something. And that something was: A 4P TIN OF MUSHY PEAS!!!! COME ON EAT ME BABY!!!!! <3

Let me know where you've been drinking
#39
Aren't these a Northern delicacy?

I don't know anybody down south that eats this.
#40
Bought 2475!!! Thanks OP, this should last me a few months. I'll survive on peas and tap water ;)

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner sorted !!! :)

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