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Betty Crocker Shake to Make Pancakes @asda free

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Betty Crocker Shake to Make Pancakes Traditional Style (155g) they are on offer for 20p but have a 30p of coupon on the back so initial outlay 20p then you can take the coupon off every one you th… Read More
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Betty Crocker Shake to Make Pancakes Traditional Style
(155g)
they are on offer for 20p but have a 30p of coupon on the back so initial outlay 20p then you can take the coupon off every one you then buy and get an extra 10p each one of the rest of your shopping.
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banned 2 Likes #1
they are on offer for 20p but have a 30p of coupon on the back so you can take them of before you go to the till and get an extra 10p each one of the rest of your shopping

its illegal to do that lol
2 Likes #2
gemwood
they are on offer for 20p but have a 30p of coupon on the back so you can take them of before you go to the till and get an extra 10p each one of the rest of your shopping

its illegal to do that lol


then u buy one for 20p take coupon and keep buying until you clear the shelf for 20p or am i looking at this wrong? Sp it aint free but you do get as many as u want for 20p.


Edited By: shazar on Jun 06, 2011 20:53
#3
well yes the initial outlay would be 20p but then you gain 10p for every other one you get. :)
#4
class
1 Like #5
sammy12345
well yes the initial outlay would be 20p but then you gain 10p for every other one you get. :)


But you dont gain 10p do you because they cant give you cash??
#6
Think you'll find the voucher is for a maximum of 30p. What is it with people bandying words like ILLEGAL around, it's not illegal to do that at all unethical maybe but some stores in the past when i've had vouchers like that have offered to take them off immediately
#7
Rich44
Think you'll find the voucher is for a maximum of 30p. What is it with people bandying words like ILLEGAL around, it's not illegal to do that at all unethical maybe but some stores in the past when i've had vouchers like that have offered to take them off immediately


I think they said it was illegal because if you took the coupon off before you paid for the first one then your taking something that you don't own (you hadn't paid for the item yet). After buying the first one you could take the coupon off and then go buy anyother for free and so on and so on.
1 Like #8
cyrano
Rich44
Think you'll find the voucher is for a maximum of 30p. What is it with people bandying words like ILLEGAL around, it's not illegal to do that at all unethical maybe but some stores in the past when i've had vouchers like that have offered to take them off immediately


I think they said it was illegal because if you took the coupon off before you paid for the first one then your taking something that you don't own (you hadn't paid for the item yet). After buying the first one you could take the coupon off and then go buy anyother for free and so on and so on.


^ what he/she said. The illegal part is taking off that first coupon before you actually buy the product!
1 Like #9
Don't these cvouchers come with a 'no purchase necessary' tag line somewhere, or was that phased out years ago after that bloke went mental in Sainsburys and opened up a few hundred marg tubs looking fora £1000 winning tub - and all because the rules said no purchase necessary (think they couldn't charge him or anything at the time??)
3 Likes #10
SS381
Don't these cvouchers come with a 'no purchase necessary' tag line somewhere, or was that phased out years ago after that bloke went mental in Sainsburys and opened up a few hundred marg tubs looking fora £1000 winning tub - and all because the rules said no purchase necessary (think they couldn't charge him or anything at the time??)


Was he from this site? :D
1 Like #11
That's for "free to enter" competitions. It wouldn't make much sense to put 'no purchase necessary' on a coupon.
2 Likes #12
I have 6 of these still from the Tesco glitch ages ago, don't waste your time getting them, vile!
5 Likes #13
Bare in mind these are only a bargain if you're too stupid to mix eggs, flour and milk!
#14
It's theft. You are using a voucher you havent paid for to obtain money off a product.

You are treating the voucher as it it were your own.

But as already stated once you have handed the money over the voucher is yours to do with as you please.
2 Likes #15
>>Bare in mind these are only a bargain if you're too stupid to mix eggs, flour and milk!<<
Probably depends if you can get flour milk and eggs for less than free, otherwise this still seems like quite good value :).
#16
As much as I love Pancakes and this is for free I wouldn't eat this stuff if you paid me. Its an insult to all pancake lovers, its revolting. Free is only good if its something worth having
#17
Why would someone buy this stuff?? Just check google how EASY is to make pancakes!!! withouth any chemicals.. dont be lazy people :)
#18
I thought the voucher on these expired in May ?

I bought about 20 during the Tesco DTD fiasco when they paid us to take them off their hands.

They are not as bad as some might make out, just dried products where fresh would be better, but they are easy to do and absolutely no mess involved (except the pan to cook them in).

My kids think they are great as they would never contemplate making from raw ingredients (I'm sure they think fried eggs come from a packet).

Add some lemon and sugar and Bob is your Mother's Brother.
#19
I like Pancakes :D
2 Likes #20
Easy to make as 3 - 2 - 1...

3 - 300ml of skimmed milk
2 - 2 Eggs
1 - 100g plain flower.

Mix together and pour.... makes enough to fill 12 Muffin tray for yorkies or 4 / 6 pancakes...

and is scalable too.... just increase in equal amounts!
#21
Looks like a tub of detergent! oO
#22
These are extremely tasty and less washing up to do! Get out of here pancake snobs!
#23
BinkyBMF
Easy to make as 3 - 2 - 1...

3 - 300ml of skimmed milk
2 - 2 Eggs
1 - 100g plain flower.

Mix together and pour.... makes enough to fill 12 Muffin tray for yorkies or 4 / 6 pancakes...

and is scalable too.... just increase in equal amounts!


Where do I find plain flower, I can only find pretty coloured ones! Only joking, very easy to make pancakes why by a mixture?
#24
Goodness me all this fuss over 20p. Move on.
#25
Goodness me all this fuss over 20p. Move on.
#26
Curly Cat
Goodness me all this fuss over 20p. Move on.
so true you said it twice
#27
I wouldnt touch Betty Crocker products since i saw that programm highlighting unethical food production methods.

Among one of the things discussed was milk production in America ,cant remember the full facts but they do something to stimulate the cows so they produce larger volumes of milk but this can cause " puss " or something like that to be present in the milk - anyway they turned nasty to the tv crew when it was suggested they did this practise.

To cut a long story short - this stimulated milk was used in Betty Crocker products (dried ) and also imported into GB this way ...
#28
^yuk.
I liked these, quick and easy to do but you don't get much from one bottle, you need 1 bottle per adult if you like american pancakes.
#29
I fried and consumed a bottle of this mix last night. Took 3 attempts to get the amount of oil in the pan right. Don't think I've ever had proper home made pancakes, but these are infinitely nicer than the precooked and packaged pancakes, which are horrendous. Also - "makes 6 pancakes" my a**e.
#30
sammy12345 = genius! :)

loving this deal!
getting paid to eat pancakes!
#31
I paid 25p for these and they are disgusting and rubbery make them fresh.
#32
Not in scunthorpe

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