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Fresh Sweetcorn 2 Pack 47p at Asda

edandhen Avatar
2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago
As above.

Was doing a price comparison on the Tesco fruit & veg offers, but this offer is far cheaper. :)

Instore and online, can't see when it expires, sorry.
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#1
That doesn't look fresh to me.
6 Likes #2
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[PlayPennies Team] 1 Like #3
bob644
That doesn't look fresh to me.
I meant fresh as opposed to tinned or frozen. :)
2 Likes #4
was 1.50 last week so good deal
1 Like #5
Great price........have some heat!
banned 1 Like #6
they were £1 in lidl so heat
1 Like #7
Taste good for 47p bargain - let's get checking that colon !
1 Like #8
Cheap!
1 Like #9
bob644
That doesn't look fresh to me.
why not!?!
1 Like #10
Great price.
1 Like #11
Fresh and delicious, had it yesterday
1 Like #12
My 22 month old son can't get enough of these! I'm stocking up! Heat
1 Like #13
bd1981bd
My 22 month old son can't get enough of these! I'm stocking up! Heat

I would not like to see his No 2s. LOL
1 Like #14
good price..
2 Likes #15
None delivered in Yeovil this morning!! :(

Had to change them from the promotional stand for nectarines, 84p pun net if you were wondering.

Hoping for a delivery tomorrow morning though! will be this price for a few weeks though.
#16
Boycott Asda
[PlayPennies Team]#17
FutureBoy
None delivered in Yeovil this morning!! :(

Had to change them from the promotional stand for nectarines, 84p pun net if you were wondering.

Hoping for a delivery tomorrow morning though! will be this price for a few weeks though.
Thanks for the info. :)
1 Like #18
Very good price. Only last week they were £1.50 each or 2 for £2, so obviously ordered 2. Hopefully it's still on offer on Wednesday when I get the shopping in :).
#19
I know this isn't applicable to most people, but check to see if you have a 'pick your own' veg place nearby. Much cheaper and just coming into season, beautifully fresh
#20
I've got about 30 growing in my veg patch, they're looking pretty good!
1 Like #21
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1 Like #22
Just saw these while shopping! Have frozen them before for later use too
#23
At 47p for two who is bothered? Answer - those who quite like their sweetcorn to taste half decent. I see from the label these were grown in Germany and all I need say is that these are the sweetcorn equivalent of drinking Blue Nun - leaves much to be desired.
[PlayPennies Team]#24
thebaron69
This could be top briefly today mrs
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It won't get to be the top deal, the Bond deal will get much hotter than this, as it should.
I'm happy with being 2nd for a while. :)
banned#25
Erko
I know this isn't applicable to most people, but check to see if you have a 'pick your own' veg place nearby. Much cheaper and just coming into season, beautifully fresh

not cheaper than this, my local pick your own farm has them for 40p each
#26
Why can't they leave the bloody husks on them? The leaves make a natural steamer for throwing them on the grill. Not as bad as Lidl, who inexplicably leave *HALF* of the husk on.

Edited By: Chz on Jul 28, 2014 16:18
[PlayPennies Team]#27
Chz
Why can't they leave the bloody husks on them? The leaves make a natural steamer for throwing them on the grill. Not as bad as Lidl, who inexplicably leave *HALF* of the husk on.
Tesco have the ones with the husk on offer from today if that's any help - 50p each or 3 for £1.
http://www.tesco.com/groceries/product/details/?id=256827200
#28
hukdealz
Erko
I know this isn't applicable to most people, but check to see if you have a 'pick your own' veg place nearby. Much cheaper and just coming into season, beautifully fresh

not cheaper than this, my local pick your own farm has them for 40p each

And they are twice as big, fresher and tastier
#29
Very satisfied with Asdas value for money
#30
sensy2012
bob644
That doesn't look fresh to me.
why not!?!
do you know how supermarkets work? They are kept in chilled warehouses for weeks before they even get to the supermarket. So it's not exactly fresh from the farm delivered to the supermarket
[PlayPennies Team] 1 Like #32
I don't get my offers like that though! I do it the long way, with lots of searching through individual store websites then cross comparing. Takes ages. :(
The silly thing is when I told my husband about this sweetcorn deal he had bought some the day before - I could have just looked in the fridge! :D

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