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Bernard Mathews Self Basting Turkey @ Aldi £8.99

£8.99 @ ALDI
Frozen, Bernard Mathews Self Basting Turkey, Golden Norfolk. Found this in my local Aldi today, Sainsbury are doing the same for £20. Ideal for early easter storage or cheap family Sunday roast, Goo… Read More
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9y, 4m agoFound 9 years, 4 months ago
Frozen, Bernard Mathews Self Basting Turkey, Golden Norfolk.
Found this in my local Aldi today, Sainsbury are doing the same for £20. Ideal for early easter storage or cheap family Sunday roast, Good if your dieting after Christmas Ha Ha

This is my first post so I hope its helpful
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#1
Does it splash the juices over itself with it's wings while it's cooking? You should see the images i have in my head right now, ha ha.
#2
Wouldn't eat a bernardmatthews turkey if they gave me £20. tastes of ****** all, horrible. Spend a few quid more for something worth eating.
#3
These have probable been frozen for 2 years voted cold
#4
I'd rather eat roadkill personally
#5
Scribbles
I'd rather eat roadkill personally


its basically is road kill...lol......anyone remember the bird flu outbreak in his farm?....:whistling:

thanks, but no thanks:p
#6
i recently purchased one of these half price for £10 at sainsburys for a special family dinner and it was a lovely turkey, moist and tasty had no complaints at my dinner table so at £8.99 it gets a hot vote from me :)
#7
vikwik;1533431
i recently purchased one and it was a lovely turkey, moist and tasty had no complaints :)

Yeah, are you sure? Have you looked in the mirror and seen what it has done to your complexion, you don't look too well after it to me. :whistling:
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#8
Regardless of what your own personal feelings are towards old BM and his mighty poultry empire, £8.99 for a turkey that currently sells elsewhere for £20 is surely a HOT deal, or am I getting this wrong?

MM
#9
Mire Mare
Regardless of what your own personal feelings are towards old BM and his mighty poultry empire, £8.99 for a turkey that currently sells elsewhere for £20 is surely a HOT deal, or am I getting this wrong?

MM



how wrong you are - if it isn't a Dell Pc worth £3000 for less than a tenner it gets a cold vote from most, the voting system is pretty pointless these days as most people on here are ruled by their heart and pee on any deal that they can't make a fast buck on Ebay from :p
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this argument comes up time and time again.

for me something is only good value if you're going to get pleasure from it, whatever the price reduction.

some may vote hot just because something is half price, but if the product is horrible i still vote cold.

this is one of them. ok this is about my personal views, but isn't all shopping?
#11
if you dont like it why even bother to vote, or do you vote on every single thing on here, how sad

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