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Branston beans 4x 420gms tins for £1.00 at LIDL

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Branston beans 4x 420gms tins for £1 offer on again at LIDL, no limit per customer - unlike other similar deals around at the moment.
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Branston beans 4x 420gms tins for £1 offer on again at LIDL, no limit per customer - unlike other similar deals around at the moment.
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#1
"no limit per customer" I should hope not. 25p for a tin of baked beans is hardly an earth shattering deal.
#2
Arent they 79p for 4 at morrisons?
#3
G0OSE
Arent they 79p for 4 at morrisons?



With a '3 per customer' limit I think you'll find
#4
Also I know that this is about price, but I don't like the Branston beans, the Heinz are much tastier!

Maybe just go for 9p Tesco Value if taste isn't a problem ;o)
[helper]#6
Gez777
With a '3 per customer' limit I think you'll find


Yes I often have sleepless nights about the supermarkets that put limits on their baked bean multipack purchases....:whistling: How many beans does one want / need?
#7
4 packs
#8
JPS
How many beans does one want / need?


They might want to make a cheap bubble bath?
#9
G0OSE
Arent they 79p for 4 at morrisons?


They were £1 yesterday when i was in there
#10
thanks, good spot, that's always been stock in mine ^_^
#11
Definitely better than Heinz
#12
Taksim_Red;6492029
"no limit per customer" I should hope not. 25p for a tin of baked beans is hardly an earth shattering deal.


Your mathematics are very faulty then! These sorts of deals are exactly where the REAL savings from this site can be made.

If my household uses about 8 tins a week... (and that is about the number that are used!) and the full price of a 4 pack these is about £2.29 (and plenty of shops DO sell them at this price, some even more!) then £1.29 X 104= £134 a year this would save me if I could buy them at that price all the time - it beats most offers we ever see on this site, and is a bit better than a tenner off a laptop!
#13
Use to love HP Beans, very difficult to find these days. Now sticking to Branston Beans for the extra sauce. yum
#14
yorkypikey
Definitely better than Heinz


+1 :thumbsup:
Too much water in the heinz beans & not enough taste anymore.

Super hot deal for the Heinz beaters!

I luvs em I do!!
#15
mrlee;6495303
Use to love HP Beans, very difficult to find these days. Now sticking to Branston Beans for the extra sauce. yum


They are often on offers too. I might be mistaken, but I thought there has been an offer posted today at Netto!
My local Somerfield always has them, although not often at low prices. I buy them as a second choice to these, as they are not nearly as good as the Branston ones, but far better than Heinz vinegar-soaked ones!
#16
This is a great deal! We'd usually get a pack of 4 Tesco own make, (not the cheapy ones, the medium priced ones) for about £1.70 or something. Good find OP! :)
#17
Good price, terrible taste:x
#18
Tommy_V
+1 :thumbsup:
Too much water in the heinz beans & not enough taste anymore.

Super hot deal for the Heinz beaters!

I luvs em I do!!


Couldn't agree more
#19
XEntity;6492120
Also I know that this is about price, but I don't like the Branston beans, the Heinz are much tastier!

Maybe just go for 9p Tesco Value if taste isn't a problem ;o)

Tesco value baked beans 29p a tin.
http://www.tesco.com/superstore/frames/default.asp?buttons=&url=/superstore/frames/main.asp
:whistling:
#20
Asda "special offer" price = 3 tins for £1.
I was happy enough to buy three tins for that price.
The Lidl offer is better if you're near to a Lidl, and they've got them in stock.

Voted hot.
#21
nihcaj


If my household uses about 8 tins a week...


...then you better keep some windows open

Cant you get the tesco value beans for 17p or something? Maybe my tastebuds are dead but beans are beans imo, you just get more sauce in the cheaper ones.
#22
[FONT="Century Gothic"][COLOR="Blue"]I got like 10 packs from Morrisons. What you do is go to the Self Service scan (if your store has one). And no message came up :)
(Obvs I didn't do 10 in one go... do like 4 or 5 and then just walk round again)[/COLOR][/FONT]
#23
I bought two packs yesterday in lidl as when i went to morrisions the other day they were all sold out for the 79 p so got them yesterday at lidi. Lidl are good as they often reduce them to a pound.
#24
spaceinvader;6539057
...then you better keep some windows open

Cant you get the tesco value beans for 17p or something? Maybe my tastebuds are dead but beans are beans imo, you just get more sauce in the cheaper ones.


I personally have only eaten them once in the last 2 weeks, that was yesterday.. as I say, my, HOUSEHOLD uses a lot.

Yes, sorry to say, if that's the situation with you, then your taste buds are stone dead I am afraid! :-(

There is a WORLD of difference between ALL the brands and value brands, some I could pick out visually, some by smell alone, and others as soon as tasting them. OK, some we like, some we don't, (price isn't always the measure to put them in order of liking either, some supermarket brands beat some big name brands hands down too!) but the prospect of getting a favoured brand for the least money is precisely why I spend so much time, looking for the best in ALL products, at the least price - it's certainly not just beans! I have a very limited income, but I think I do VERY well on that income as a result. With places like this site & others, I am very much not alone either
#25
Gez777
With a '3 per customer' limit I think you'll find


Then go to multiple checkouts including self-service.
It is easy to get more than 3 per customer?

Is it 3 per customer ever, or per transaction? Exploit this.

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