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Cadbury Dairy Milk Chocolate Bar 850g £0.10

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I now this deal been on before but I spotted this Cadburys Dairy Milk Chocolate Bar 850g is now only 10p online at Iceland Read More
I now this deal been on before but I spotted this Cadburys Dairy Milk Chocolate Bar 850g is now only 10p online at Iceland
wolgarston Avatar8m agoFound 8 minutes agoAdd Comment
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8 Bar Multipacks of rocky original or caramel biscuit bars in Iceland for 50p

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£0.50 @ Iceland
Just saw that this weeks 7 day deal in Iceland was packets of 8 rocky bars for 50p, available in either caramel or original flavours, hope this helps someone. Read More
Just saw that this weeks 7 day deal in Iceland was packets of 8 rocky bars for 50p, available in either caramel or original flavours, hope this helps someone.
Wadster Avatar1d, 11h agoFound 1 day, 11 hours ago3 Comments
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Similar price in Morrisons lately...nothing special, always on offer
Had this before haven't they
Yes saw that sign in the Burnt Oak store but no stock
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Free Magnum ice creams when you buy Any 2 frozen ‘Taste of Summer’ products @ Iceland

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Buy Any 2 frozen ‘Taste of Summer’ products and receive a free pack of Magnum Classic Ice Cream 4 x 110ml Read More
Buy Any 2 frozen ‘Taste of Summer’ products and receive a free pack of Magnum Classic Ice Cream 4 x 110ml
austria_k Avatar2d, 3h agoFound 2 days, 3 hours ago3 Comments
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Pokora
That offer apply direct on the till ?


Yes
That offer apply direct on the till ?
Shame nothing veggie in there :(
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Vita Coco Natural Coconut Water 1L £2.50 @ Iceland

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Vita Coco Natural Coconut Water 1L Read More
Vita Coco Natural Coconut Water 1L
gbharatkumar Avatar3d, 6h agoFound 3 days, 6 hours ago2 Comments
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KTC Tomatoes 4 for a £1.00 @ Iceland

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KTC chopped Tomatoes tin Read More
KTC chopped Tomatoes tin
warm Avatar4d, 8h agoFound 4 days, 8 hours ago29 Comments
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manbearpig
Quality of KTC i s very very low.

They primarily cater to low income immigrants, hence are found in the ethnic isles of supermarkets.


Perhaps these 'ethnics' have a better command of spelling than you.....
Same price in B & M but theirs are Heinz.

Edited By: Lyndaeliz on Jun 19, 2017 15:24
I've used these in the past. They are ok. They'll basically be as good as you are a cook.
manbearpig
Quality of KTC i s very very low.
They primarily cater to low income immigrants, hence are found in the ethnic isles of supermarkets.
Quality of KTC i s very very low - That is related to discuss about the deal. The rest doesn't belong here. This is a deal site !
ktc take the lowest grade tomatoes and stick them in a tin and top it up with water. From my experience when I've used it for bolognese etc, it lowers the quality of the dish. Sorry :|
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SFC CHICKEN POPPETS £1.00 HALAL AND NON HALAL @ Iceland

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This deal is on going. There is the halal version and there is the non halal version. The only differance is both have different packaging and have the same code and same meat code on them. the other Read More
This deal is on going. There is the halal version and there is the non halal version. The only differance is both have different packaging and have the same code and same meat code on them. the other
HUSBANDKHAN Avatar4d, 22h agoFound 4 days, 22 hours ago58 Comments
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sandra51
It appears that some of you, ie Nshizzle and sellular-phones, can not read or understand English very well, is it because you are not eating or drinking during daylight hours at the moment ?I have said I do not agree with cruelly slaughtering animals that causes them unnecessary and prolonged suffering, that includes hal al as well as kosher and any other barbaric outdated cultural methods that insist on not fully stunning the animal before slaughtering it.Eating food is a necessity for humans to survive, meat is the best and most nutritious form of food and is also the tastiest but it can come from animals that are well cared for and humanely slaughtered and as I stated before, that is how I like the meat that I eat to have been slaughtered. Some people eat certain animal and meat products while they are still alive, certain shell fish for example, I do not eat those, nothing to do with McDonalds, which I have not eaten since I was a child. I do not eat fish as I dislike the smell and taste but I am unsure of the treatment that fish receive to be certified as hal al and kosher.I do not agree with child abuse and as I said before, in fact most English people abhor the likes of Saville, Harris and the clergy that did it. We do not revere them as some do of that guy from 600AD who married a six year old girl.I have no problems with jews, muslims, christians, hindus, black, blue, brown, white, orange, yellow, red, pink or foreign people. I just dislike the practices that some of those religions encourage their followers to carry out which inflict unnecessary pain and suffering on defenceless animals. In the same way that I hate that the Chinese boil dogs while alive before eating them. I am sure that even our weak politicians would not make an exception to our animal welfare laws to allow anyone to do that here, because it was their tradition or culture to do it for centuries in their own countries, so why have they done so for other methods that make animals suffer unnecessarily ?I hope you understand now as I have spent enough time trying to educate you on how to do the right thing and encourage you to stop promoting this vile practice of eating cruelly produced food and I will not be replying to any more of your comments on this thread no matter how much you insult me or my principles.

Tbh I stopped reading after your insulting comment about not eating in daylight hours. Lucky for me that it doesn't impact my sense of perception as I perceive you to be a first class nob.

Also, I'm actually highly educated and can speak 3 languages. How about you sandra, apart from talking out your backside because that isn't a language but a useless skill.

Anyway you have a good day!

Edited By: Nshizzle on Jun 19, 2017 17:58:
It appears that some of you, ie Nshizzle and sellular-phones, can not read or understand English very well, is it because you are not eating or drinking during daylight hours at the moment ?

I have said I do not agree with cruelly slaughtering animals that causes them unnecessary and prolonged suffering, that includes hal al as well as kosher and any other barbaric outdated cultural methods that insist on not fully stunning the animal before slaughtering it.

Eating food is a necessity for humans to survive, meat is the best and most nutritious form of food and is also the tastiest but it can come from animals that are well cared for and humanely slaughtered and as I stated before, that is how I like the meat that I eat to have been slaughtered.

Some people eat certain animal and meat products while they are still alive, certain shell fish for example, I do not eat those, nothing to do with McDonalds, which I have not eaten since I was a child.
I do not eat fish as I dislike the smell and taste but I am unsure of the treatment that fish receive to be certified as hal al and kosher.

I do not agree with child abuse and as I said before, in fact most English people abhor the likes of Saville, Harris and the clergy that did it. We do not revere them as some do of that guy from 600AD who married a six year old girl.

I have no problems with jews, muslims, christians, hindus, black, blue, brown, white, orange, yellow, red, pink or foreign people. I just dislike the practices that some of those religions encourage their followers to carry out which inflict unnecessary pain and suffering on defenceless animals. In the same way that I hate that the Chinese boil dogs while alive before eating them. I am sure that even our weak politicians would not make an exception to our animal welfare laws to allow anyone to do that here, because it was their tradition or culture to do it for centuries in their own countries, so why have they done so for other methods that make animals suffer unnecessarily ?

I hope you understand now as I have spent enough time trying to educate you on how to do the right thing and encourage you to stop promoting this vile practice of eating cruelly produced food and I will not be replying to any more of your comments on this thread no matter how much you insult me or my principles.
sandra51
I do not think that there are any deals posted for bargain child abuse and if there were any then they too would be voted cold as they also disgust most people in the UK so what relevance has that got to do with cruelly and barbarically slaughtered animals other than what was acceptable 1400 years ago by the ignorant people who live then is not acceptable in modern more enlightened times and the people you mention have been tried and imprisoned for breaking our present day laws.Many people are taken to court for animal cruelty too so I hope that one day everyone in the UK has to obey the same laws and will have to treat the animals more humanely, without any exceptions to our laws for any reason, religion, mythology or superstition included.


I have nothing more to say to you nor am I going to waste any more time responding to your racist supremacist islamaphobic hatred. You've clearly got 'issues' with non whites.

Like I said, do us all a favour and take your filthy hatred elsewhere. I'm sure the likes of Tommy Robinson would welcome you with open arms.

Edited By: sellular-phones on Jun 19, 2017 13:34: typo
sandra51
Deetea
sandra51
This mediaeval and barbaric method of torturing animals so that they slowly bleed to death in agony because they are not fully stunned before being slaughtered has no place in any modern civilised country in the 21st century.
It is acceptable for both the Jews and Muslims to eat humanely slaughtered meat if it is the law of the land that they choose to live in so we should not have to make exemptions to our animal welfare laws to allow this cruelty to go on in the same way that just because rape and paedophilia was allowed centuries ago for their prophet to carry out we do not make an exemption for his followers to do the same in the UK today.
But you still want said animals dead so you can eat them.
Only out of necessity as I do not eat live food, but I do insist on it being reared and looked after to the highest animal welfare standards that our English laws usually demands before being slaughtered as humanely as possible so that it does not suffer a long, slow painful death by being allowed to slowly bled to death without being quickly made unconscious by stunning first.

We are supposed to be a nation of animal lovers after all, with some of the highest animal welfare standards in the world yet we allow a small minority to be exempt from the laws that govern the majority of the population and allow many animals to under go prolonged unnecessary suffering, even in the 21st century.
This one made me chuckle Sandra "only oit of necessity". WTF does that mean,when you fancy a big Mac it's vital!?!?!

I don't think I've ever seen a comment on fish deals, what are your thoughts there where fish are cruelly pulled out of their homes and left to die because they are out of their natural habitat.

What are re your thoughts on kosher?

Since we arw going down this route, what about plants, as they are too living thing? Because you on your high horse looking down on the Muslim folk don't eat living things do you?!

My money's on the fact it's just related to Muslims and you've got a problem, because you've not mentioned Kosher which is pretty much the same bar the prayer (and as a FYI we can eat kosher too!)
sandra51
sellular-phones
sandra51
This mediaeval and barbaric method of torturing animals so that they slowly bleed to death in agony because they are not fully stunned before being slaughtered has no place in any modern civilised country in the 21st century.
It is acceptable for both the Jews and Muslims to eat humanely slaughtered meat if it is the law of the land that they choose to live in so we should not have to make exemptions to our animal welfare laws to allow this cruelty to go on in the same way that just because rape and paedophilia was allowed centuries ago for their prophet to carry out we do not make an exemption for his followers to do the same in the UK today.
Interesting how you conveniently fail to mention the Church of England cases of child abuse. Or maybe Jimmy Saville, or maybe Rolf Harris. The list is endless! But hey, there's bad apples wherever you go. Me thinks you must be muslamophobic. I think it's time to report your hateful rhetoric (on every other page in hotukdeals) to the mods and get you banned.
I do not think that there are any deals posted for bargain child abuse and if there were any then they too would be voted cold as they also disgust most people in the UK so what relevance has that got to do with cruelly and barbarically slaughtered animals other than what was acceptable 1400 years ago by the ignorant people who live then is not acceptable in modern more enlightened times and the people you mention have been tried and imprisoned for breaking our present day laws.

Many people are taken to court for animal cruelty too so I hope that one day everyone in the UK has to obey the same laws and will have to treat the animals more humanely, without any exceptions to our laws for any reason, religion, mythology or superstition included.
Sandra, you've just fallen over flat on your face with your own words...halal meat deals are just that - deals on meat! You are the one that seems to have this twisted idea in your head about the Prophet and like to share it without knowing the proper facts. No one agrees with it in this day and age, but 1400 years ago - times were different believe it or not! Heck even 50 years ago you didn't see girls out in crop tops and hot pants but now it's the norm when we get above 10 degrees.

You clearly have issues with certain elements of Islam (or perhaps all, I don't know you to make that judgement not that it's my place to anyway), but perhaps if you want to share your thoughts on Islam, do it with like minded people in anyway different forum - not too much to ask that way you can all get your jolly on knowing your big fat trolls who probably would never have the nerve or balls to say this type of stuff to a Muslim's face. Its actually a bit pathetic.
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Free Tub Of Ice Cream When You Buy 2 Taste Of Summer BBQ Packs @ Iceland £4.00

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Free Primo Italiano Triple Chocolate Ice Cream 900ml worth £1.50 when you buy two BBQ products. Looking at their RRP you can get two BBQ products and Ice Cream for just £4. Read More
Free Primo Italiano Triple Chocolate Ice Cream 900ml worth £1.50 when you buy two BBQ products. Looking at their RRP you can get two BBQ products and Ice Cream for just £4.
nihir Avatar1w, 5h agoFound 1 week, 5 hours agoAdd Comment
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Farmer’s Market Cherries 250g For Just £1.00 @ Iceland

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Good price for 250g cherries. Around £1.50/£2 everywhere else. Read More
Good price for 250g cherries. Around £1.50/£2 everywhere else.
nihir Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago3 Comments
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Tesco have Cherries from Spain (1kg) box for £4.00 so same price.
origrav92
Spanish? British? Anyone know?
Probably Spanish as most company's normally state British in the title for British products.
Spanish? British? Anyone know?
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Aunt Bessie's Bramley Apple Pie (550g) was £1.50 now 2 for £2.00 @ Iceland

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£2.00 @ Iceland
Aunt Bessie's Bramley Apple Pie (550g) was £1.50 now 2 for £2.00 Ingredients Bramley Apple (35%) (Acid: Ascorbic Acid, Firming Agent: Calcium Chloride), Wheat Flour (Wheat Flour, Calcium Carbonate, Read More
Aunt Bessie's Bramley Apple Pie (550g) was £1.50 now 2 for £2.00 Ingredients Bramley Apple (35%) (Acid: Ascorbic Acid, Firming Agent: Calcium Chloride), Wheat Flour (Wheat Flour, Calcium Carbonate,
rubberbullets Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago4 Comments
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Pound in Heron foods and voted best apple pie in tv show... http://www.channel4.com/programmes/tried-and-tasted-the-ultimate-shopping-list
rubberbullets
KiNG
always have been
If only you were right!

The poster is .
KiNG
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If only you were right!
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Daim Caramel Ice Cream with Milk Chocolate Coated Daim Pieces 3 x 110ml (330ml) £1.25 at Iceland

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Also have Oreo Ice cream sticks 3 for £1.25 Oreo Ice Cream Sticks 3 x 110ml (330ml) http://groceries.iceland.co.uk/oreo-ice-cream-sticks-3-x-110ml-ml-/p/63354 Read More
Also have Oreo Ice cream sticks 3 for £1.25 Oreo Ice Cream Sticks 3 x 110ml (330ml) http://groceries.iceland.co.uk/oreo-ice-cream-sticks-3-x-110ml-ml-/p/63354
nandito Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago9 Comments
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this was literally the most disappointing thing i have ever eaten. they were so rubbish!
Even iceland's own brand which are 4 for £1 are freaking delicious
Mmmm more ice creams, daffers would love this deal so she can stock up with these :3
I'll stick with the oreo's as the daim are not suitable for vegetarians oO
pennyfarthing88
Mmmmm nice deal nandito' heat added :3
Thank you penny
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Luxury Breakfast Meal Deal for Fathers Day £5.00 from Iceland online

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Luxury Breakfast Meal Deal for Fathers Day £5 from Iceland online Cook Dad a feast this Father’s Day with our Luxury Breakfast Meal Deal Seems a good deal to me so thought I would share it Tried t… Read More
Luxury Breakfast Meal Deal for Fathers Day £5 from Iceland online Cook Dad a feast this Father’s Day with our Luxury Breakfast Meal Deal Seems a good deal to me so thought I would share it Tried t…
guttediam Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago15 Comments
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If I spent a tenner I would get full english for about eight people and might still have some bits left back
dewonderful
"Happy Fathers Day - now get in the kitchen and cook that all up".

Geesus, push the boat out and take him to Wetherspoons!


Yep! i would but Witherspoon's might complain when I take my dad in for his meal.
He's been dead 34 years.
"Happy Fathers Day - now get in the kitchen and cook that all up".

Geesus, push the boat out and take him to Wetherspoons!
tinca
Master.G
Hash browns, beans, mushrooms? That's not a breakfast.
Wot about the Black Pudding & Clootie dumpling?

Don't forget the haggis.
Luxury and Iceland pffft wouldn't feed it to my dog
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2x 3ltr bottles of Pepsi max - £3.00 instore @ Iceland

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But two 3litre bottles of Pepsi max for £3 6 litres £3, works out 50p per litre Read More
But two 3litre bottles of Pepsi max for £3 6 litres £3, works out 50p per litre
ginettejackson7 Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago7 Comments
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£1.50 in asda
Sorry yeah I've updated, was posting from phone whilst out and about
Darzen
3 litres for £1 in Morries, max and normal.

Hot if your morrisons still has stock, our local one sold out when they were £1.50 for 3L
Yeah title just states a 3L bottle for £3. Which is rubbish. Need to update title.
It's a good deal but that's not clear from the title alone.

Update the title to show that it's actually 2 3lt bottles for £3.
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Alberto Flat Bread - Mediterranean Vegetable 900g or Cheese & Pepperoni 745g £1.49 @ Iceland

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Priced up on freezer as £3.49, the price I got charged at the checkout is £1.49. I was told by a neighbour on the previous day. Coming up as 'Out of Stock' on My Supermarket website, not listed on th… Read More
Priced up on freezer as £3.49, the price I got charged at the checkout is £1.49. I was told by a neighbour on the previous day. Coming up as 'Out of Stock' on My Supermarket website, not listed on th…
XCAR2012 Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago1 Comment
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Got one of these from the Ashton store to. Got the pepperoni one. Was nice, i enjoyed the sauce on it. Well worth the price.
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Walkers Crisps 40 pack £4.00 and 42 snacks mixed pack £4 @ Iceland

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These are available instore and online. Read More
These are available instore and online.
lugsy3 Avatar2w, 11h agoFound 2 weeks, 11 hours ago7 Comments
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pureamz003
bigger box smaller packs
Really?? I have always wondered if this is true. I know most multipack chocolates have got smaller in size and the packets have stayed the same size to deceive consumers. I didn't think this was happening with walkers though.

Still a good deal I think. Tesco have them at £2 for a 14 pack. :{
lugsy3
doogan9
Why do Walkers persist in trying to sell those disgusting Prawn Cocktail flavour crisps?
Ha ha I love em it's the marmite of crisps it seems.
I second that... me and the misses are always fighting over the last packet ha ha
bigger box smaller packs
prawn cocktail are the dogs ****
doogan9
Why do Walkers persist in trying to sell those disgusting Prawn Cocktail flavour crisps?
Ha ha I love em it's the marmite of crisps it seems.
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Greggs 2 Vegetable Pasties 310g | Greggs | Frozen Pies | Frozen | Iceland Groceries - £1.00

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at Iceland. the cheese and onion pasties are also at this price. Read More
at Iceland. the cheese and onion pasties are also at this price.
jamkhan Avatar2w, 12h agoFound 2 weeks, 12 hours ago11 Comments
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page 3 girls.
welche2
today there was in my local store with the free greggs coffee offer still on them.


What was in your local store...You?
Pasties?
Coffee?
Theresa May?
today there was in my local store with the free greggs coffee offer still on them.
https://i.makeagif.com/media/12-24-2014/kwdZ9N.gif
Beats going to Greggs for it. They used to be nice, now their food is always cold or out. A combination of slower business and lazy workers chatting away, instead of preemptively getting new batches ready for when the numbers get low.

Edited By: Deetea on Jun 08, 2017 14:51: Jun 08, 2017 14:51
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Nestle Shreddies for £1.00 @ Iceland

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Nestle original shreddies for £1 @ Iceland. Also have shredded wheat 16 biscuits for £1. Read More
Nestle original shreddies for £1 @ Iceland. Also have shredded wheat 16 biscuits for £1.
CRUISEER Avatar2w, 16h agoFound 2 weeks, 16 hours ago2 Comments
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£1 500g in Poundland too
Good deal. Shredded Wheat cheaper in poundstretcher if you can find it instore or is near you. Nevertheless a good deal..
https://www.poundstretcher.co.uk/catalogsearch/result/?q=Shredded+Wheat+
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Pepsi and Pepsi Max (24 x 330ml cans) (25p a can) now only £6.00 @ Iceland

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Pepsi and Pepsi Max (24 x 330ml cans) (25p a can) now only £6.00 Read More
Pepsi and Pepsi Max (24 x 330ml cans) (25p a can) now only £6.00
rubberbullets Avatar2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day ago5 Comments
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Oh right i did buy mine about 4 days ago. Thanks for the heads up ;)
clnsndrs
Tesco too.

Tesco deal ended now £8.00 a box of 24
https://www.tesco.com/groceries/product/search/default.aspx?searchBox=Pepsi+and+Pepsi+Max&newSort=true&search=Search

Edited By: rubberbullets on Jun 08, 2017 18:57
Tesco too.
Hot From Me Very Rare To Get Less Than 25p A Can
How come cold ?
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Young's Gastro Crispy Tempura Battered Cod Fillets (2 per pack - 270g) was £4.00 now 2 for £5.00 @ Iceland

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Young's Gastro Crispy Tempura Battered Cod Fillets (2 per pack - 270g) was £4.00 now 2 packs for £5.00 (4 fillets of Cod covered in a delicious crispy batter £1.25 each) Cod (65%) (Fish), Wheat Read More
Young's Gastro Crispy Tempura Battered Cod Fillets (2 per pack - 270g) was £4.00 now 2 packs for £5.00 (4 fillets of Cod covered in a delicious crispy batter £1.25 each) Cod (65%) (Fish), Wheat
rubberbullets Avatar2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day ago4 Comments
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Only just discovered the Youngs range as always thought expensive but these are really great and a good deal.
heat for me. Just eaten the last box
Pleased the COLD voters are out today. More for me. Found these real nice and they are very cheap in my opinion.
Oddly tempting, yet I won't be bear Iceland for a few days. If they're in on Sunday I may partake.
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Pizza Express Tiramisu Gelato (480ml) was £2.50 now 2 for £4.00 @ Iceland

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Not the greatest deal in the world but something slightly different. Pizza Express Tiramisu Gelato (480ml) was £2.50 now 2 for £4.00 Pizza Express Chocolate Fudge Cake Gelato (480ml) was £2.50 n… Read More
Not the greatest deal in the world but something slightly different. Pizza Express Tiramisu Gelato (480ml) was £2.50 now 2 for £4.00 Pizza Express Chocolate Fudge Cake Gelato (480ml) was £2.50 n…
rubberbullets Avatar2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day ago2 Comments
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rdbradshaw
Sounds interesting , but I'm also waiting for Ben and jerrys pizza :|

Goodfellas beat them too it with an ice cream pizza.
Sounds interesting , but I'm also waiting for Ben and jerrys pizza :|
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Happy Monkey Smoothies (Made for kids) Strawberry & Banana Flavour (4 x 180ml) was £2.00 now 2 for £3.00 @ Iceland

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Happy Monkey Smoothies (Made for kids) Strawberry and Banana Flavour (4 x 180ml) was £2.00 now 2 for £3.00 Ingredients Apple Juice from Concentrate, Banana Puree (12%), Crushed Strawberries (2%)… Read More
Happy Monkey Smoothies (Made for kids) Strawberry and Banana Flavour (4 x 180ml) was £2.00 now 2 for £3.00 Ingredients Apple Juice from Concentrate, Banana Puree (12%), Crushed Strawberries (2%)…
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nataliedonnelly
why cold? my little girl loves these x


Probably because you can make your own without additives and much cheaper but i voted hot good price
why cold? my little girl loves these x