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Great Value food items for £1.00 @ Iceland!

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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
1.81kg Crinkle Cut Chips
750g Curly Fries
407g Cheese Melt Pizza
500g Lasagne
4 Beef Quarter Pounders
10 Cod Fish Cakes
750g Mini Corn Cobs
1kg Garden Peas
500g Apple Tart
10 Milk Lollies
6 Screwballs

Watching the family budget couldn't be easier with clear cut prices throughout the store. You can save a penny or two by shopping at Iceland :-) xx
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#1
http://i114.photobucket.com/albums/n253/Alcoholic_Angel/CCPLasagne.jpg
#2
http://i114.photobucket.com/albums/n253/Alcoholic_Angel/UVCrinkleChips.jpg
#3
Vile.
#4
these have always been a pound..............
#5
Junk.
#6
"kids... dinner in 20mins!!" *empties frozen food packet onto baking tray*
1 Like #7
A couple of cod fishcakes, a mini corn cob and some garden peas followed by a milk lolly. nothing horrible about that for a kid's dinner.

VOTED HOT!
#8
:whistling:

Come on food police, you can do better than that!!!
#9
Some of you need to get a grip on reality. Maybe some people haven't got rich parents, or have the luxury to sit on their bum while their other half works, or just plainly can't afford to spend more than £1 an item when they go out shopping.
This is a deal website and for the ignorant or plain daft posters above... 11 items at £1 each is classed as a deal. As a wise person once said - If you've got nothing good to say, then don't say anything :-) xx
#10
Great deal for those with tight budgets, nice find!
#11
nice find HOT!
#12
The food police should come round to my student house and cook us some dinners. Voted hot. As soon as term starts, I'm going down to Iceland. I don't care what people say about the quality of the food. I go to the gym 3 times a week. You food police can continue to eat your Waitrose mayonnaise :)
#13
Iceland are great, it is also helpful they are 5mins walk from my house.

6 ice cream cones - £1 (mint, choc&nut, straberry)
Cheesecake - £1
Gateau Cake - £1
12 Scones - 50p
Milk - £1.20 (4pints, 2.2ltrs)
2x Kingsmil Bread - £1.60
#14
Actually i would find it useful for uni, after all money becomes tight every now and then, and this would be useful, cheers.
#15
Good deal!
1 Like #16
I seem to recall Iceland chickens are one of the only ones that arent pumped full of water.Nothing wrong with frozen veg its full of vitamins.
The quality of iceland products is generally very good.Much better than the veg at farmfoods which I wouldnt poke with a stick.
Has anyone seen the price of peas recently.About £1.80 a bag in Tesco!
#17
Well said TamraKnight. I see we have some food snobs on this site.
#18
"10 milk lollies" those sound disgusting.
#19
flufff
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Has anyone seen the price of peas recently.About £1.80 a bag in Tesco!


Or free straight out of my garden. I've frozen loads this year and now the runner beans have gone mental.



I don't think wanting to eat healthily is being snobbish and why would any waitrose shopper buy mayonnaise when it is so easy to make? Oh yes, I forgot about the raw egg.
#20
Iceland is alright, most of it is rubbish though.
#21
androoski
Or free straight out of my garden. I've frozen loads this year and now the runner beans have gone mental.



I don't think wanting to eat healthily is being snobbish and why would any waitrose shopper buy mayonnaise when it is so easy to make? Oh yes, I forgot about the raw egg.


But there not free are they? You had to buy the seeds, compost and probably some type of plant food. Then you have to look after them and make sure nasty insects don't get them.
#22
Good deal - I lived off Iceland food at Uni
#23
Let's be diplomatic.

A good deal if you buy these sorts of things anyway. If you don't, a £1 price tag is probably not going to sway you.

I do buy frozen veg and the odd packet of fish fingers (for me, not the little one!), and if I was stocking up on frozen bits, I'd make a visit. Voted hot.
#24
lynnexxxo
But there not free are they? You had to buy the seeds, compost and probably some type of plant food. Then you have to look after them and make sure nasty insects don't get them.


Buy compost??! LOL!

Question for you, what does a pea seed look like! LOL!
The peas are seeds so you use some save from last season to plant. Compost is left overs and garden waste, so I can't remember actually spending any money on the compost. Peas grow upwards as climbers and don't suffer from insects (mine don't).

A bit of work goes into it, but I don't pay for that either. I enjoy it.

So they are free.
[mod]#25
I think the items which are branded and cheaper (ie Youngs Fish Pies for £1) are great value but the Iceland own food does taste vile. I am not a food snob but I do actually like cod in my fishcakes; not just potato.
#26
seuden
Great deal for those with tight budgets, nice find!


I agree! :thumbsup:
1 Like #27
I admit to being a food snob & i'm not ashamed to say it, i always pay the extra 50p & have the curry icelands curries are really good, butter chicken,beef madras, chiken tikka massala & now lamb meatballs ( Kofta ) in a Balti sauce, also tomorrow i'm trying the chicken bhuna Hot mmmm
my wife & i went to pizza hut last week we had the super supreme & it was utter pants, i said to my wife icelands pizzas are far better than this muck & they are at least £10 cheaper :w00t: she agreed & she is a pizza hut fan.
#28
They also have some 75p items here: http://www.iceland.co.uk/page/view/75p_freezer_essentials

Its also good for people who dont have a car as if you spend £25 instore they will deliver for free. Now they sell a varied range of goods spending £25 is easy.
I once walked past my local one and they had stella on offer but didn't have many left so going home to get the car was a bit risky so I just bought £25 worth of beer and when it arrived it was cold.
#29
mosserbett
I admit to being a food snob & i'm not ashamed to say it, i always pay the extra 50p & have the curry icelands curries are really good, butter chicken,beef madras, chiken tikka massala & now lamb meatballs ( Kofta ) in a Balti sauce, also tomorrow i'm trying the chicken bhuna Hot mmmm
my wife & i went to pizza hut last week we had the super supreme & it was utter ****, i said to my wife icelands pizzas are far better than this muck & they are at least £10 cheaper :w00t: she agreed & she is a pizza hut fan.


What's a self proclaimed food snob doing in Pizza Hut and Iceland?
#30
read the reply a bit slower & see if you get it :whistling:
Carlesberg export 8 cans for £5.50

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