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Bananas just 37p per kg @ Aldi

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7y, 3m agoFound 7 years, 3 months ago
Before you vote this cold because there is an active deal on here for Tesco Value Bananas for just 35p, be aware that that is the price per pack and according to independent price checker, mysupermarket.co.uk, those packs are not 1kg. In fact they say the unit price is 70p/kg

Loose bananas in the large supermarkets are currently priced 45p - 50p per kilogramme
(Edit: Asda bananas are 38p/kg - thanks to pidgeofcdf for the pointer)
Btw, the ones in my local Aldi were Fyffes Costa Rica bananas - the same as sold loose by Tesco

Bearing in mind these Aldi bananas are almost half the price of the Tesco Value bananas, which is currently @ 588 degrees, lets see how useful the temperature of deals function on HUKD really is shall we?

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#1
I got some of the Tesco value bananas after seeing it on here and one pack was 1.6kg and the other 1.8kg
#2
asda is a very large supermarket and they are charging 38p a kg. so what you say isnt quite true.
still this is a good deal and have added heat
#3
pidgeofcdf;6592549
asda is a very large supermarket and they are charging 38p a kg. so what you say isnt quite true.
still this is a good deal and have added heat


You are correct :thumbsup:
I didn't check Asda :oops:, but they are indeed 38p/kg
The two I did check were Sainsbury (45p/kg) and Tesco (50p/kg)

Still, 37p/kg from Aldi still beats them all. :)
#4
smudgemobile
I got some of the Tesco value bananas after seeing it on here and one pack was 1.6kg and the other 1.8kg


Are these both for 35p each?
#5
And if you don't have a Tesco near you then the dels there are no good anyway so this one automatically becomes valid - heat added.
#6
I just bought some Tesco Value Packs @ 35p each and the weight on the pack is 1Kg
infact they weigh slightly more.. 7 good sized bananas :thumbsup:
#7
Any relevant competitive offer that makes inroads into Te$co's unhealthy position in the supermarket pecking order is hot for me!
#8
I'm a greengrocer and can tell you that these are below cost. Very unfair for independent businesses like mine.
#9
Neiliboy
I'm a greengrocer and can tell you that these are below cost. Very unfair for independent businesses like mine.


But Very Good For Pockets like mine:whistling:
#10
Neiliboy
I'm a greengrocer and can tell you that these are below cost. Very unfair for independent businesses like mine.


I work for a high street bank that always seem to be in the news for the wrong reasons - all the press and general public trash talk and the abuse that customers give is very unfair. You still have a job just like me so get over it. You will probably have a job for longer than me as well. Merry Xmas. :santa:
#11
Great deal, but no Aldi close to me so Tesco it is!
#12
Lidl have got bananas for 38p per kg also
#13
farmergiles
I work for a high street bank that always seem to be in the news for the wrong reasons - all the press and general public trash talk and the abuse that customers give is very unfair. You still have a job just like me so get over it. You will probably have a job for longer than me as well. Merry Xmas. :santa:


well i believe in the free market and i know its competition and all that. If they wish to sell their produce BELOW COST then its up to Aldi.

No harm however, in highlighting why you no longer see butchers, fishmongers, greengrocers and bakers on the high street any more ;-)
#14
This deal is bananas! :w00t:
#15
Neiliboy
well i believe in the free market and i know its competition and all that. If they wish to sell their produce BELOW COST then its up to Aldi.

No harm however, in highlighting why you no longer see butchers, fishmongers, greengrocers and bakers on the high street any more ;-)


We've got more than one of each in our high street and surrounding streets and they redefine the term rip-off merchants!!

As someone who deals with whole sale (fish markets being one) daily and then I see what they charge then good riddance!

The local bakers here just dumped a small but extremely efficient family run pest control company in favour of a "big" one who were pennies cheaper without a second thought, funny when the shoe is on the other foot "independant retailers" don't understand Loyalty.

IMO :)
#16
so do the supermarkets take the hit or do they just demand lower prices from suppliers?
#17
jonbinns
so do the supermarkets take the hit or do they just demand lower prices from suppliers?


It was estimated that it was costing (the supermarkets) around 500K in "Profit" per week for this current Banana war between the big boys.
#18
Neiliboy
well i believe in the free market and i know its competition and all that. If they wish to sell their produce BELOW COST then its up to Aldi.

No harm however, in highlighting why you no longer see butchers, fishmongers, greengrocers and bakers on the high street any more ;-)


:thumbsup:
#19
Sainsburies were doing loose fair trade ones for 45p an kilo.

You can get just the amount you want and you don't have to worry they are getting the price cheap by doing horrible things far away.

I don't always buy fairtrade but for ten pence I'm happy to.
#20
[SIZE="2"]Morrisons 37p a kilo[/SIZE] :thumbsup:
#21
Neiliboy
well i believe in the free market and i know its competition and all that. If they wish to sell their produce BELOW COST then its up to Aldi.

No harm however, in highlighting why you no longer see butchers, fishmongers, greengrocers and bakers on the high street any more ;-)


Long may the high street /market traders exist :thumbsup:

The bully boy supermarkets over the years have carved up people like you and driven down prices to levels that suppliers can only supply by cutting corners and resulting in BSE type situations. Stuff the supermarkets if there is a high street option I say :-D
#22
another chavtastic deal
#23
This was the price last week.
Got 6 Fyffes for 31p :)
Great value.
#24
smudgemobile;6592465
I got some of the Tesco value bananas after seeing it on here and one pack was 1.6kg and the other 1.8kg

Top Banana Deal! :thumbsup:

However, I found in my local store they were only available, as mrpipster said earlier, in 1.0kg bags.
Also the quality left much to be desired as others have commented on, e.g. here:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/498722/tesco-value-bananas-35p/showpost.php?p=6573628&postcount=43
So unless someone was planning on making a lot of trifle, I suspect at least half of the bag would end up in the bin.
#25
UnclePotter;6596315
[SIZE=2]Morrisons 37p a kilo[/SIZE] :thumbsup:

The loose ones in my local Morrisons were priced up at 39p/kg today. :-(
#26
I am told that Asda Perry Barr branch is selling bananas for 36p a kg. I would wait a couple of days and soon bananas will be given away for free.
#27
spraint;6598782
I am told that Asda Perry Barr branch is selling bananas for 36p a kg. ...

Cracking deal! :thumbsup:

Can anyone confirm this because as mentioned in the OP, the nationwide price is 38p/kg in Asda.

Surely there's an HUKD reader interested in buying some bananas who is near this store isn't there?
... and don't forget, if they are price marked at 36p/kg but happen to scan at 38p/kg, go straight to their customer services to get that 2p/kg refunded plus a FREE £2.00 gift card :thumbsup:
#28
Neiliboy
I'm a greengrocer and can tell you that these are below cost. Very unfair for independent businesses like mine.


why dont you buy em from lidl or asda and then sell em in your store!!!
#29
djw1cked;6636442
why dont you buy em from lidl or asda and then sell em in your store!!!

Better still, buy 'em in Aldi and save an additional 2-5% :thumbsup:
#30
Still available for 37p/kg :thumbsup:

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