Get a case of Brahma Premium Lager for £5 (was £10) when you spend £30 instore or online @ Tesco - HotUKDeals
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This week's Spend and Save offer at Tesco ... (Online offer is detailed below, essentially the same instore too). Seems a decent enough offer - last few weeks they've only knocked the beer down to £6, but this week it is now half price.

Get Brahma 12x330ml for just £5 when you spend £30 or more in a single grocery shop online. Previous Price Was £10.

To take advantage of this limited offer, add more than £30 worth of groceries to your order and then simply 'Add to basket' using the link below. Brahma 12x330ml will be added to your basket and your discount will be applied at checkout so you are only charged £5.

Terms and Conditions:
The £30 minimum spend excludes the full purchase of Brahma 12x330ml (£10) as well as infant milk formulae, gift cards and the tesco.com delivery charge when you spend £30 or more.

You must be 18 years or over to purchase alcohol.

Offer limited to 1 promotional purchase per transaction. Subject to availability.

Offer valid on a single order placed for delivery on or before 20th December 2009.

Terms and conditions for the in-store offer may differ.
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#1
Very good deal - just back from Tesco's now with a case!
So easy to spend a lot on alcohol in there at the moment!
#2
so easy to spend alot on anything in there recently lol
SO OVER FLIPPIN PRICED!!!! always
#3
we got even more of a bargain. not sure if the offer of 2 for £16 or 3 for £20 has ended (was still priced as this in Crawley), or whether these 2 deals clash with the new deal to cause the problem. basically we got 3 boxes thinking 3 for £20. got charged full price for 2 and then the third got reduced to £5. so we went to customer services and got the £10 back to bring back down to £20 and had £5 off already. so got all 3 boxes for £15! yippee!
#4
I've voted these deals hot before only to find that Tesco don't have enough stock to honour it. :-(

Abstain I think.
#5
peterdarlison
so easy to spend alot on anything in there recently lol
SO OVER FLIPPIN PRICED!!!! always


Not always surely.

Their 3 for £20 on lager has been the best deal currently. And also their 2 for £25 offer on selected spirits has been good too. Depends on what you're buying IMO, they all have good deals from time to time, but the stuff that isn't on offer tends to be a much of a muchness between all the Big 4 IMO.

My Tesco has been pretty good on availability on these offers lately - the last time they ran out was the voucher to get the beer for a fiver deal fiasco! (If anyone remembers that!)

If you are doing your shopping at Tesco, then I think it's well worth a fiver. With Christmas coming up it won't be too hard to spend £30.
#6
See the whole picture aeu5125
Read above how tescos make mistakes regulary.
Ask yourself this? " How many people walk through the checkouts without realising and thus pay more than they need to?"
People who are busy and dont notice.(in tescos pocket)
Tesco mark items wrong, cleverly so that you assume things and their attitude stinks. They have goods on offer for short times (on a high shelf so you dont notice) and run out of offers quickly. Ask for a rain check voucher? they used to do them but no more.
Ive had more customer service from the poundshop than tescos.
Pete
#7
good deal good beer
last week i bought carlsberg export for 6 quid i found last 18pack case and it was on promotion as well like 15pack

btw i am observing that instead of increasing prices , beer makers decreasing numbers of bottles in cases from 18 to 15, from 24 to 20, from 20 to 18 etc
#8
peterdarlison
See the whole picture aeu5125
Read above how tescos make mistakes regulary.
Ask yourself this? " How many people walk through the checkouts without realising and thus pay more than they need to?"
People who are busy and dont notice.(in tescos pocket)
Tesco mark items wrong, cleverly so that you assume things and their attitude stinks. They have goods on offer for short times (on a high shelf so you dont notice) and run out of offers quickly. Ask for a rain check voucher? they used to do them but no more.
Ive had more customer service from the poundshop than tescos.
Pete


Okay, I never said anything about any of that stuff - you said Asda was significantly cheaper, and in my opinion I disagree with that. Apart from promotions to get you into the store, which all supermarkets have, the regular prices of products in all supermarkets are a much of a muchness.

Raincheck vouchers are also still issued so that is incorrect.

They don't promote offers by putting them on the top shelf? That'll be my why my Tesco has pallets of offers at the front door, promotion shelves at the ends of every aisle, and stacks of offers all the way down the front door aisle, and Special Offer stickers on promotions in the regular aisles.

The mistake discussed, was simply a mix up as the beer moved over from 3 for £20 to the £5 WYS £30 deal. The customer spotted it and complained, and I am sure they were most happy when Tesco honoured their mistake and gave then the 3 cases for £5 each. I am probably sure they went and made sure this wouldn't happen again in their store and there was no intention to knowingly deceive the customer. (Good customer service?)

Oh and how much do Asda make from overcharges? Probably not far off what Tesco make. Have you though about what Asda will make off the overcharges?

Offers on for short times? Tesco - check. Asda - check. I don't get the point here - Asda do short terms offers too, as do most supermarkets. In fact Asda are the most devious out of the Big 4 on this IMO, because they don't print when the offer will end on most of their adverts. Which means - like when I did an online shop there - the rollbacks end without warning on your delivery day, and suddenly the bill goes up unexpectedly!

Oh and have low stock on their offers. Like the £10 Smirnoff 1L deal at my local Asda, which unless you went on the first day you never got. The Any 2 for £7 on tins of sweets on which you were left with a dazzling choice of Quality Street or nothing. And also don't forget this gem from a year or two back, where Asda sold Don Perignon champagne for £30 a bottle - despite never telling everyone they only had 1,000 bottles of it for the entire UK.

I think that is a much bigger picture that I am looking at that you described, and I think it is a much fairer view.

Back on the topic of the deal, I still think it's pretty good. The case sizes are getting smaller everywhere - however Tesco must be the last to change to them as I got a couple of stray 18 packs there last week too. I'm sure the breweries think we don't notice, lol.
#9
aeu05125
Okay, I never said anything about any of that stuff - you said Asda was significantly cheaper, and in my opinion I disagree with that. Apart from promotions to get you into the store, which all supermarkets have, the regular prices of products in all supermarkets are a much of a muchness.

Raincheck vouchers are also still issued so that is incorrect.

They don't promote offers by putting them on the top shelf? That'll be my why my Tesco has pallets of offers at the front door, promotion shelves at the ends of every aisle, and stacks of offers all the way down the front door aisle, and Special Offer stickers on promotions in the regular aisles.

The mistake discussed, was simply a mix up as the beer moved over from 3 for £20 to the £5 WYS £30 deal. The customer spotted it and complained, and I am sure they were most happy when Tesco honoured their mistake and gave then the 3 cases for £5 each. I am probably sure they went and made sure this wouldn't happen again in their store and there was no intention to knowingly deceive the customer. (Good customer service?)

Oh and how much do Asda make from overcharges? Probably not far off what Tesco make. Have you though about what Asda will make off the overcharges?

Offers on for short times? Tesco - check. Asda - check. I don't get the point here - Asda do short terms offers too, as do most supermarkets. In fact Asda are the most devious out of the Big 4 on this IMO, because they don't print when the offer will end on most of their adverts. Which means - like when I did an online shop there - the rollbacks end without warning on your delivery day, and suddenly the bill goes up unexpectedly!

Oh and have low stock on their offers. Like the £10 Smirnoff 1L deal at my local Asda, which unless you went on the first day you never got. The Any 2 for £7 on tins of sweets on which you were left with a dazzling choice of Quality Street or nothing. And also don't forget this gem from a year or two back, where Asda sold Don Perignon champagne for £30 a bottle - despite never telling everyone they only had 1,000 bottles of it for the entire UK.

I think that is a much bigger picture that I am looking at that you described, and I think it is a much fairer view.

Back on the topic of the deal, I still think it's pretty good. The case sizes are getting smaller everywhere - however Tesco must be the last to change to them as I got a couple of stray 18 packs there last week too. I'm sure the breweries think we don't notice, lol.

Wooooooooooo ok keep ur frock on
One question 4 u
" How old are u?
Pete
#10
Just got back from shopping at Tesco, all our store had was about 10 cases on an isle end with a small poster advertising the deal ,it wasnt mentioned anywhere else in store, found it by accident as i walked past

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