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Finish Dishwasher All-In-1 Powerball Lemon 52's £3.50 @ Tesco Instore

£3.50 @ Tesco
Finish Dishwasher All-In-1 Powerball Lemon 52's £3.50 @ Tesco Rutherglen Extra Instore RRP £14.00, SEL says £7.00, but scanning at £3.50!! Bargain at around 6.7p per tablet.
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Finish Dishwasher All-In-1 Powerball Lemon 52's £3.50 @ Tesco Rutherglen Extra Instore
RRP £14.00, SEL says £7.00, but scanning at £3.50!! Bargain at around 6.7p per tablet.
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#1
Hello, nice find, would you have the ean/barcode please ?
#2
Fab find op. Thanks x
#3
posted already. however scanned 14 quid today in Newport
#4
I bought some yesterday, 30 gold platinum for £3.50 and 36 Fairy Tabs for £2.50 reduced to clear
1 Like #5
Barcode http://i.imgur.com/9ZebqR6.jpg
SELhttp://i.imgur.com/csmCrJb.jpg
Shelfhttp://i.imgur.com/6YEm5gS.jpg
#6
so showing 7 pounds not 3.50
#7
and on the top of the last picture you have label saying 52 lemon fairy dishwasher tablets for £14 . scanned today £14 at Tesco spitty in newport


Edited By: kris1234 on Dec 13, 2014 23:04
#8
kris1234
so showing 7 pounds not 3.50

Stated in OP SEL was £7

kris1234
and on the top of the last picture you have label saying 52 lemon fairy dishwasher tablets for £14

It's the YELLOW SEL.
Sorry I didn't crop picture properly for your approval kris1234, don't know why I even bothered posting the deal
#9
Give the person break, they said it scanned differently!!
1 Like #10
Why is it these deals are always in dead end places where no one lives.....
1 Like #11
mrsuave
Why is it these deals are always in dead end places where no one lives.....
Where do you live ?
#12
mrsuave
Why is it these deals are always in dead end places where no one lives.....
Ignoring the disparaging remarks, Tesco's marketing people have obviously twigged that HDUK is a great free resource. Reduce the price of something drastically in a store or two, wait for the deal to be posted (maybe even have employees post?) & hope the hoards flock to their local store in search of said bargain. The when they don't find it, hope they spend money while they're there anyway.


Edited By: rbz5416 on Dec 14, 2014 09:35
#13
Another TESCO marketing department footfall scam. TESCO should be banned from HOTUKD.
#14
rbz5416
mrsuave
Why is it these deals are always in dead end places where no one lives.....
Ignoring the disparaging remarks, Tesco's marketing people have obviously twigged that HDUK is a great free resource. Reduce the price of something drastically in a store or two, wait for the deal to be posted (maybe even have employees post?) & hope the hoards flock to their local store in search of said bargain. The when they don't find it, hope they spend money while they're there anyway.


I don't think they are smart enough to do this, it's simply a range change. This product was end dated nationally in February. It gets delisted, then centrally reduced and after a while it gets reduced again.
With less staff in store and more work to do, some shelf edge labels are overlooked. Staff prioritise price increases first.
#15
Yellow SEL clearly shows expiry on 07/11/2014. For that reason, I'm out.
#16
110 of these at B&M & The Range for £9.99 currently for those that need to stock up although Pound land sell a pack of 10 all the time. I try to buy at 10p or less and also use the aldi and lidl tablets.
#17
Sorry for being ignorant. All-in-one means what exactly please? Do you still need to buy

salt?
rinsing liquid?

If you don't need any of them, how to bypass them using Bosch please? I have so far tried only Aldi Classic and put salt and liquid in every time. The salt compartment is a nightmarish place to reach and I get quite fed up with trying to pour the salt in when all the dishes and bowls are in place.

Any enlightenment would be appreciated!
#18
aym280
Sorry for being ignorant. All-in-one means what exactly please? Do you still need to buy

salt?
rinsing liquid?

If you don't need any of them, how to bypass them using Bosch please? I have so far tried only Aldi Classic and put salt and liquid in every time. The salt compartment is a nightmarish place to reach and I get quite fed up with trying to pour the salt in when all the dishes and bowls are in place.

Any enlightenment would be appreciated!

If you live in a hard water area then you should use salt and rinse aid all the time. Even with the all in ones. We buy the cheapest salt and rinse aid we can find from discount stores. We also only ever use all in one tablets.
#19
Just bought 7 of these @ tesco Connswater and found other RTC tablets :)
#20
£14 at my local

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