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Coop Frozen £5.00 meal deal. Pizza, wedges, onion rings, garlic bread, Cadburys ice cream. starts tomorrow (10th)

£5.00 @ Co-operative
its that time again... time for the quinoa nibblers to moan its unhealthy junk... but for the rest of us the deal this time will be- Goodfellas Italiano Pizza 458g (sub for Goodfellas Big c… Read More
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2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago
its that time again... time for the quinoa nibblers to moan its unhealthy junk...

but for the rest of us the deal this time will be-

Goodfellas Italiano Pizza 458g

(sub for Goodfellas Big cheese takeaway 555g)

mccain lightly spiced wedges 750g

(sub for McCain smokey paprika wedges 750g)

Coop battered onion rings 454g

(sub for ?)

Coop Garlic Baguettes 310g

( sub for Garlic Slices )

Cadbury Big Taste Toffee wholenut ice cream 480ml

(sub for Cadbury Marv Jelly popping Candy 480ml

offer valid from 10th to 30th May.
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No splinters in my ass but I agree with both sides on this healthy debate.
I'll buy this but the pizza & garlic bread will accompany a salad, the onion rings with low fat quorn burgers & salads, the wedges with whatever & the ice cream as a pud or treat, its not in the contract to eat it all in one go is it?!
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sweetwendy
Why do people have to make snide comments,but a family with not a lot of money,would be a god send,once a month a meal like this is OK all the time,then it's a problem.


The problem is that "people with not a lot of money" are being enticed with cheap junk food. It would be really easy for the Co-op (and other supermarkets) to offer deals like this but with much healthier options, but they don't - they are contributing to the obesity crisis. My wife works with people on lower incomes/benefits, who need help with their weight - and one of their main complaints is the price of "healthy" foods.

I'd love to see a healthy options £5 meal deal once in a while - it's not impossible.

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#1
This is a great deal, I think this is one of the best for quite a while!
1 Like #2
Shame I've already used my coupon for the free Goodfellas pizza!
4 Likes #3
These deals make you fat...
1 Like #4
I will throw up now. Saves me doing it later after I've eaten this rubbish.
1 Like #5
Why do people have to make snide comments,but a family with not a lot of money,would be a god send,once a month a meal like this is OK all the time,then it's a problem.
1 Like #6
it's just a shame they don't have a similar cheap deal with healthy/diet / low fat meals. since starting to try to lose weight my food bills have more than doubled.
3 Likes #7
Mabbs
These deals make you fat...


only if you greedy and eat it all.. that's why we learn to share...
4 Likes #8
Mabbs
These deals make you fat...

They also appear to make you a self righteous pain in the ........
#9
Is this available nationwide
#10
Wow! Awesome! Only onion rings I don't like there!
#11
Looks fair this time...
#12
Oh, I'm liking this one! Thank you!
#13
5,600 calories for this meal, enough to feed 10 people. Just sayin...
5 Likes #14
sweetwendy
Why do people have to make snide comments,but a family with not a lot of money,would be a god send,once a month a meal like this is OK all the time,then it's a problem.


The problem is that "people with not a lot of money" are being enticed with cheap junk food. It would be really easy for the Co-op (and other supermarkets) to offer deals like this but with much healthier options, but they don't - they are contributing to the obesity crisis. My wife works with people on lower incomes/benefits, who need help with their weight - and one of their main complaints is the price of "healthy" foods.

I'd love to see a healthy options £5 meal deal once in a while - it's not impossible.
#15
I just think it's a poor do that access to healthy, tasty food is extremely limited for those that need guiding. People will opt for this **** as it's literally forced down our necks at every turn..
#16
horsepills
sweetwendy
Why do people have to make snide comments,but a family with not a lot of money,would be a god send,once a month a meal like this is OK all the time,then it's a problem.

The problem is that "people with not a lot of money" are being enticed with cheap junk food. It would be really easy for the Co-op (and other supermarkets) to offer deals like this but with much healthier options, but they don't - they are contributing to the obesity crisis. My wife works with people on lower incomes/benefits, who need help with their weight - and one of their main complaints is the price of "healthy" foods.

I'd love to see a healthy options £5 meal deal once in a while - it's not impossible.


it used to be that poorer people were skinny. Now the poorest in society contribute heavily to the obesity epidemic. How so? Cheap processed junk food.. 'bogof' wanna go large? All you can eat.... oO
Haha, apologies to OP....thread derailed
#17
horsepills
sweetwendy
Why do people have to make snide comments,but a family with not a lot of money,would be a god send,once a month a meal like this is OK all the time,then it's a problem.

The problem is that "people with not a lot of money" are being enticed with cheap junk food. It would be really easy for the Co-op (and other supermarkets) to offer deals like this but with much healthier options, but they don't - they are contributing to the obesity crisis. My wife works with people on lower incomes/benefits, who need help with their weight - and one of their main complaints is the price of "healthy" foods.

I'd love to see a healthy options £5 meal deal once in a while - it's not impossible.


it used to be that poorer people were skinny. Now the poorest in society contribute heavily to the obesity epidemic. How so? Cheap processed junk food.. 'bogof' wanna go large? All you can eat.... oO
Haha, apologies to OP....thread derailed
#18
can u choose the sub even if first choice is there in stock?
2 Likes #19
pidgeofcdf
can u choose the sub even if first choice is there in stock?
Yes, but I always go through self-checkout when I do that as I feel sheepish when taking 'random' items up to the till lol
#20
Does anyone know if the NUS card discount can still be applied with self checkout?
9 Likes #21
No splinters in my ass but I agree with both sides on this healthy debate.
I'll buy this but the pizza & garlic bread will accompany a salad, the onion rings with low fat quorn burgers & salads, the wedges with whatever & the ice cream as a pud or treat, its not in the contract to eat it all in one go is it?!
1 Like #22
Lets get back to what this site is for....is this a deal? Yes (Hot) or No (Cold) simple. I will be voting Hot!
[mod][Deal Hunter]#23
http://i.imgur.com/Vznmhgy.jpg
2 Likes #24
horsepills
sweetwendy
Why do people have to make snide comments,but a family with not a lot of money,would be a god send,once a month a meal like this is OK all the time,then it's a problem.

The problem is that "people with not a lot of money" are being enticed with cheap junk food. It would be really easy for the Co-op (and other supermarkets) to offer deals like this but with much healthier options, but they don't - they are contributing to the obesity crisis. My wife works with people on lower incomes/benefits, who need help with their weight - and one of their main complaints is the price of "healthy" foods.

I'd love to see a healthy options £5 meal deal once in a while - it's not impossible.


Perfect in theory. But you clearly have no concept of how supermarket deals are funded. They don't just take losses on products. 'Deals' are subsidised by the manufacturers to raise sales. Supermarkets don't lose out. So maybe you need to aim your snipe at the manufacturers of the healthier products as they are the ones not offering them for promotion making them easier to afford for all?
2 Likes #25
evenmorehonestjon376
No splinters in my ass but I agree with both sides on this healthy debate.
I'll buy this but the pizza & garlic bread will accompany a salad, the onion rings with low fat quorn burgers & salads, the wedges with whatever & the ice cream as a pud or treat, its not in the contract to eat it all in one go is it?!


well said!
#26
wow! at last a deal suitable for vegetarian (i hope), just need to check instore.
usually they always have some sort of meat products in their deals
so hot from me
1 Like #27
Cracking for a fiver, maybe have some grapes for pudding though
#28
jameshothothot
Wow! Awesome! Only onion rings I don't like there!
You mean the only veg :)
#29
rabialioness
wow! at last a deal suitable for vegetarian (i hope), just need to check instore.
usually they always have some sort of meat products in their deals
so hot from me

Can't remember which deal it was but I bought it all then put the chicken dippers back in their freezer- I got a cracking deal & they got free bag of dippers, so it was a win all round!
#30
fingermouse27
horsepills
sweetwendy
Why do people have to make snide comments,but a family with not a lot of money,would be a god send,once a month a meal like this is OK all the time,then it's a problem.
The problem is that "people with not a lot of money" are being enticed with cheap junk food. It would be really easy for the Co-op (and other supermarkets) to offer deals like this but with much healthier options, but they don't - they are contributing to the obesity crisis. My wife works with people on lower incomes/benefits, who need help with their weight - and one of their main complaints is the price of "healthy" foods.

I'd love to see a healthy options £5 meal deal once in a while - it's not impossible.

Perfect in theory. But you clearly have no concept of how supermarket deals are funded. They don't just take losses on products. 'Deals' are subsidised by the manufacturers to raise sales. Supermarkets don't lose out. So maybe you need to aim your snipe at the manufacturers of the healthier products as they are the ones not offering them for promotion making them easier to afford for all?

True, but its cos most healthy foods have a lower mark up &/or profits to play with I believe.
#31
You can swap out the icecream for others in the same range like thishttp://www.cadburyicecreamland.com/content/img/products/thumbs/R02915003_Marv_Creations_1_500x500px.png

Edited By: whoop_de_do_basil on May 10, 2017 13:20
#32
fingermouse27
horsepills
sweetwendy
Why do people have to make snide comments,but a family with not a lot of money,would be a god send,once a month a meal like this is OK all the time,then it's a problem.
The problem is that "people with not a lot of money" are being enticed with cheap junk food. It would be really easy for the Co-op (and other supermarkets) to offer deals like this but with much healthier options, but they don't - they are contributing to the obesity crisis. My wife works with people on lower incomes/benefits, who need help with their weight - and one of their main complaints is the price of "healthy" foods.
I'd love to see a healthy options £5 meal deal once in a while - it's not impossible.
Perfect in theory. But you clearly have no concept of how supermarket deals are funded. They don't just take losses on products. 'Deals' are subsidised by the manufacturers to raise sales. Supermarkets don't lose out. So maybe you need to aim your snipe at the manufacturers of the healthier products as they are the ones not offering them for promotion making them easier to afford for all?

Why the hostile tone? Sorry I criticised those poor innocent supermarket giants! I don't mind who funds the promotions - the supermarket or the manufacturers. Besides, if it's down to the manufacturers, then the supermarket should be pressuring them more. Think of the PR wins they'd get if they were able to do this.
#33
whoop_de_do_basil
You can swap out the icecream for others in the same range like this
How'd you know, please? The T&Cs say the offer only applies to the Cadbury Big Taste Toffee Whole Nut 480ml.
Saying that, some of these deals people post an alternative meal deal you can get for a fiver, where do you find this info?


Edited By: Turret on May 10, 2017 15:52
#34
horsepills
fingermouse27
horsepills
sweetwendy
Why do people have to make snide comments,but a family with not a lot of money,would be a god send,once a month a meal like this is OK all the time,then it's a problem.
The problem is that "people with not a lot of money" are being enticed with cheap junk food. It would be really easy for the Co-op (and other supermarkets) to offer deals like this but with much healthier options, but they don't - they are contributing to the obesity crisis. My wife works with people on lower incomes/benefits, who need help with their weight - and one of their main complaints is the price of "healthy" foods.
I'd love to see a healthy options £5 meal deal once in a while - it's not impossible.
Perfect in theory. But you clearly have no concept of how supermarket deals are funded. They don't just take losses on products. 'Deals' are subsidised by the manufacturers to raise sales. Supermarkets don't lose out. So maybe you need to aim your snipe at the manufacturers of the healthier products as they are the ones not offering them for promotion making them easier to afford for all?

Why the hostile tone? Sorry I criticised those poor innocent supermarket giants! I don't mind who funds the promotions - the supermarket or the manufacturers. Besides, if it's down to the manufacturers, then the supermarket should be pressuring them more. Think of the PR wins they'd get if they were able to do this.


There was no hostility. How you interpret 'tone' in written text I really don't know? At the end of the day supermarkets are purely businesses that aim to make money and they all make plenty of that so from their perspective why change anything? As consumers we are free to make choices and supermarkets provide plenty of choice. Every one I go into has plenty of offers too on fresh fruit and vegetables.
#35
Turret
whoop_de_do_basil
You can swap out the icecream for others in the same range like this
How'd you know, please? The T&Cs say the offer only applies to the Cadbury Big Taste Toffee Whole Nut 480ml.
Saying that, some of these deals people post an alternative meal deal you can get for a fiver, where do you find this info?



i was told the only alternative to the ice cream is the one I listed in the description.
#36
Be careful with the subs - it is only the popping candy ice cream with a barcode that ends 117. I bought two deals , but only one went through. When we checked, although the two popping candy cartons were identical, they had different barcodes! So, two deal, plus two of the own brand nice pizzas reduced to £1.25 each, with nus discount total comes to £11.25.
Before the health police come along, these will be used with lots of other things (i.e. The garlic bread with pasta etc) and not all eaten together
#37
fingermouse27
horsepills
fingermouse27
horsepills
sweetwendy
Why do people have to make snide comments,but a family with not a lot of money,would be a god send,once a month a meal like this is OK all the time,then it's a problem.
The problem is that "people with not a lot of money" are being enticed with cheap junk food. It would be really easy for the Co-op (and other supermarkets) to offer deals like this but with much healthier options, but they don't - they are contributing to the obesity crisis. My wife works with people on lower incomes/benefits, who need help with their weight - and one of their main complaints is the price of "healthy" foods.
I'd love to see a healthy options £5 meal deal once in a while - it's not impossible.
Perfect in theory. But you clearly have no concept of how supermarket deals are funded. They don't just take losses on products. 'Deals' are subsidised by the manufacturers to raise sales. Supermarkets don't lose out. So maybe you need to aim your snipe at the manufacturers of the healthier products as they are the ones not offering them for promotion making them easier to afford for all?
Why the hostile tone? Sorry I criticised those poor innocent supermarket giants! I don't mind who funds the promotions - the supermarket or the manufacturers. Besides, if it's down to the manufacturers, then the supermarket should be pressuring them more. Think of the PR wins they'd get if they were able to do this.
There was no hostility. How you interpret 'tone' in written text I really don't know?

Oh come on....of course you can interpret tone in written text - people do it all the time. Your second sentence began with "you clearly have no concept..." then you said "maybe you need to aim your snipe", etc... and I interpreted that as being slightly hostile. Put it this way, you wouldn't speak like that to someone's face and expect a positive reaction, would you? There was just no need for that sort of tone.
#38
Heat ! Self righteousness is the bane of HUKD.
A deal is a deal, wether someone thinks it's s*** or not. Keep a civil tongue and if you don't like it a civil negative comment is sufficient.
#39
its that time again... time for the quinoa nibblers to moan its unhealthy junk...
Haha, you called it.
#40
Great offer. Heat added! Thanks

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