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Updated: April 18, 2016

Morrisons Deals & Discounts

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Morrisons 6 Pint Milk(3.48L) both semi-skimmed & Full Fat 2 For £2.00 @ Morrisons

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Yes I know there is a slightly better deal at farmfoods where you can get 2,2L for £1 but thought a would post this for people that don't have a farmfoods near as I would say this is probs the next ch…
kta93 Avatarkta9348m agoFound 48 minutes ago2 Comments
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jfclfc
Farmfoods 8 pints for a pound
PenguinsForAll
Great deal, cheapest i've seen milk in AGES.


Ends 12th of June according to website?

Edited By: PenguinsForAll on May 03, 2016 16:45
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McVitie's Penguin 24's was £3.99 now £2.00 @ Morrisons until 15th May and Waitrose until 10th May

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McVitie's Penguin 24's was £3.99 now £2.00 @ Morrisons until 15th May and Waitrose until 10th May
rubberbullets Avatarrubberbullets2h, 41m agoFound 2 hours, 41 minutes ago2 Comments
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benjammin316
Beefsteak44
Why the negative votes?
Heat added


I don't think anyone ever pays £4 for 24 penguins :|
Beefsteak44
Why the negative votes?
Heat added
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Silverspoon 2kg Granulated Sugar 88p (44p/kg) at Morrisons in store & online

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Silverspoon 2kg Granulated Sugar 88p (44p/kg) at Morrisons in store & online https://groceries.morrisons.com/webshop/product/Silver-Spoon-Granulated-Sugar/272464011?
foreverfine Avatarforeverfine4h, 19m agoFound 4 hours, 19 minutes ago3 Comments
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foreverfine
Maybe not you but everyone is here to save some money (_;)
tectonic80
Seriously? Is a 20p saving worth posting about?
rotti1967
good deal
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Daz GO Pods Washing Capsules 12 washes £1.00! @ Morrisons

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Was £3.47. Here's the situation. You've got dirty clothes; you want them to be clean. Well you've come to the right place, we've been doing this for 60 years so it's safe to say we know our onions whe…
ssc1 Avatarssc16h, 47m agoFound 6 hours, 47 minutes ago13 Comments
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ray-evz
just ordered 20 packs, thanks my washing sorted for the next year, cheers OP.
O3NA_vel_oCzNiK
Thank You - just bought 10 boxes in Northampton (Kettering Road) !
Still old price on a shelf however they scanning for £1 only!
dawnie
Still full price in my store (Bedford)
yellowplum
This product actually isn't daz funny it comes in an orange box, probably why it works, strange thing is they don't tell you it has Lenor in it here.

It's Tide/Vizir go pods, just read the back of the tablets.

Nice stuff and cheap.
rubberbullets[helper]
Shambles321
Great offer, is this available in store too?
Yes deal on till 24th July but likely to run out of stock well before this date.
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Morrisons olive oil 250ml bottles, reduced to clear - 32p (Solihull)

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found it this morning at morrisons Solihull, reduced from £1.27 to 32p. not sure if national. sorry guys but don't bother going to Solihull branch as needless to say...I cleared the 11 bottles on the…
sam1970 Avatarsam19707h, 18m agoFound 7 hours, 18 minutes ago10 Comments
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Madam786
it's online too.
Tarquin8484
PenguinsForAll
Pompeylor
Not having a dig, but do you really need 11 bottles of olive oil!!??
Why would someone not take advantage of a deal?

Courtesy and selflessness I suppose, although it's quite possible that those things mean nothing to you personally. It takes all sorts, as they say.
PenguinsForAll
Pompeylor
Not having a dig, but do you really need 11 bottles of olive oil!!??

Why would someone not take advantage of a deal?
Pompeylor
Not having a dig, but do you really need 11 bottles of olive oil!!??
sam1970
that is obviously your problem and I cant care less
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Rubicon Mango 12 cans 75p @ morrisons online

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just browsing through Ramadan section and Rubicon mango case of 12 cans from 3.50 to 75p. BARGAIN. not sure if instore.
Madam786 AvatarMadam78616h, 16m agoFound 16 hours, 16 minutes ago9 Comments
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kat_1990
veedubjai
Hot price.


I just happily checked out got 20 with other shopping
ted5680
Poor cold oos.
solonely
veedubjai
Hot price.

Yes, if was not just another fantasy deal listed on HUKD !
solonely
OOS !
s_ha1609
Out of stock .. That was a waste of time!
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Wooden train set (60 pieces) £5.00 at Morrisons

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found this at Whitefield store..not sure if this price is store specific or national.
Leer AvatarLeer22h, 5m agoFound 22 hours, 5 minutes agoAdd Comment
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Greens Cheesecake Mix Was 88p Now 22p at Morrisons Instore and Online

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Take a trip down memory lane....Greens Velvety Cheesecake Mix 259g serves 6. Marked down as reduced to clear at Cribbs Causeway, Bristol. There were about 15-20 there this afternoon. National and o…
orangepeel Avatarorangepeel22h, 55m agoFound 22 hours, 55 minutes ago12 Comments
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dawnie
Just got some from my local although the SEL had the full price on but when she scanned it at the till it was 22p
ykhan16
Hot and now in the mood for cheesecake too! :3
tweety
Breadcrumbs + Butter/margarine
Lemon Curd + Double cream + Philadelphia Soft Cream Cheese

Not 22p, but very nice.
juggler1
Wow- bargain! Thanks
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Anchor butter 500g for £2.00 in morrisons

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Anchor butter 500g for £2.00 in morrisons other stores it seems to be for over £3.00 I can't seem to find it online.
husna2000 Avatarhusna20001d, 22m agoFound 1 day, 22 minutes ago5 Comments
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husna2000
CR_&_JR
Which one, the spreadable one or the block type.
Its the block one
ClashInDevon
Tesco are selling the 250g blocks of Anchor for £1.00 each.

And I'm sure someone will be along in a while to point out that Aldi own brand butter is cheaper and exactly the same.
abba
Block
abba
CR_&_JR
Which one, the spreadable one or the block type.
CR_&_JR
Which one, the spreadable one or the block type.
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Shaun the sheep marshmallow cake kit 62p @ Morrisons

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Keep the children happy
spasguidedogs Avatarspasguidedogs1d, 3h agoFound 1 day, 3 hours agoAdd Comment
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Morrisons "00" flour 16p for 500g, was 63p.

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Type 00 white flour, 500g for 16p. Was 63p. Looks like part of Morrisons clear out of discontinued items. Found in Cardea Peterborough branch. BBE Nov 16. Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
Valiantcat AvatarValiantcat1d, 3h agoFound 1 day, 3 hours ago23 Comments
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Valiantcat
Wide Awake Jake
I've been using it for pizza since the Ferrari pizza oven thread a while back. I've run out of Caputo and the supplier I was using doesn't seem to accept non trade customers anymore.
Jake, have you tried any of the other supermarkets? I have used Waitrose in the past (admittedly for pasta) until I stocked up with this Morrison's offer and found it very good.
steven24
ASDA in Keighley don't do it I have asked a few time they didn't even know what it was
Wide Awake Jake
I've been using it for pizza since the Ferrari pizza oven thread a while back. I've run out of Caputo and the supplier I was using doesn't seem to accept non trade customers anymore.
laineyhen
Great price cheers op my hubs uses 00 since we got some online once
From app. food
My hubs uses it in nan breads
Hes just started making them recently
Omg they are amazing lol
He uses a typical nan recipe available online everywhere
Just the oo flour made it sooo soft
Think Asda do the oo too lol
ScorchingHot
Aldi also sometimes sell 00 but not often sadly!
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** Hello Kitty Cupcake Kit 302g - 38p @ Morrisons **

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Brilliant for our Hello Kitty themed party :) 10 minutes to make. 12 minutes to bake 100% natural ingredients colours and flavours. This pack contains: Cake Mix Topping Mix Decorations Cake Cases
mobjw Avatarmobjw1d, 3h agoFound 1 day, 3 hours ago6 Comments
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Shatwell
I'm glad to see, no one has made any jokes about "eating p... erm... kitty".
foreverfine
Heat added 8)
Fluff
The cake mixes are grim - make your own cupcakes and stick the rice paper kitties on them?
sana123
is tia also instore
NUMBER1bargaininggirl
What abargain excellent find heat added op, best to stock up while you can you can not go wong on this offer or price
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Haribo Starmix, Supermix, Tangtastics, Strawbs 160g 50p @ Morrisons

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Usually stock up on these when they are on offer Haribo Starmix 160g, Haribo Tangfastics 160g , Haribo Super Mix 160g On offer at 50p in Morrisons.
goldy12 Avatargoldy121d, 4h agoFound 1 day, 4 hours ago8 Comments
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kez_s
I've tons of sweets to buy over the next few weeks so this is great. Thanks for posting!

Edited By: kez_s on May 03, 2016 12:43
captainbeaky
omgitshadii
Is this national?
Yep.

http://i901.photobucket.com/albums/ac216/Fotostorage/image_zpsqr3hkv51.jpeg
omgitshadii
Is this national?
ianonabeach
Great hangover cure
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Nature Valley Crunchy Granola Bars - £1.00 at Morrisons

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Only £1 for a box (5 x 42g packs (2 bars in each)). Includes, Oats and Chocolate, Oats and Honey, Variety bars and Canadian Maple Syrup Bars.
morgie Avatarmorgie1d, 6h agoFound 1 day, 6 hours ago14 Comments
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brilly
kidrock123
FirePhantom
All these "healthy" Nature Valley granola bars are ~28% sugar by weight — almost a third!
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how can you "+1" after a label has been posted?!!?!
kidrock123
FirePhantom
All these "healthy" Nature Valley granola bars are ~28% sugar by weight — almost a third!


​+1
brilly
mattsokolinski
Kellyx87x
FirePhantom
All these "healthy" Nature Valley granola bars are ~28% sugar by weight — almost a third!
I picked them up today and then put them back because of the sugar content. crazy!
carbohydrate and sugar are 2 different things, both will be labeled under sugar. since this is an oat bar what do you think its made of?
erm just almost every other product in the world the carbohydrate will be listed as total carbs and a further breakdown of sugar
that said they are not a third - the third is total carbs but sugars is about 13% depending on type

edit: example

http://rhitrition.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/NV_Granola_Bar_Oat_-and_Honey.jpg

Edited By: brilly on May 02, 2016 19:33
mattsokolinski
Kellyx87x
FirePhantom
All these "healthy" Nature Valley granola bars are ~28% sugar by weight — almost a third!
I picked them up today and then put them back because of the sugar content. crazy!
carbohydrate and sugar are 2 different things, both will be labeled under sugar. since this is an oat bar what do you think its made of?
mattsokolinski
cold, its always a quid in B&M
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*GLITCH* Relentless Origin scanning as 50p @ Morrisons

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Just popped to Morrisons for a few bits and grabbed a can of Relentless Origin on the way out. They are displayed as being £1 each but it went through the till for 50p. I didn't buy a meal deal or any…
Dare4Distance AvatarDare4Distance1d, 6h agoFound 1 day, 6 hours ago33 Comments
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Andyr330
bargain, i appreciate you posting this, dont answer to anyone!
MR GUS
Dare4Distance
I didn't realise I had to explain my shop but here goes.
I have a 2 year old son who is very picky with his food. He has a stomach problem so will only eat certain foods (he is under medical care and we have been told to feed him what he likes for now) He will eat a cheese topped roll and a bag of crisps for his lunch if I am lucky. He will eat a stick of the cheese with some fruit for a snack later.
I also have a pregnant wife who at the moment is craving haribo. Do you want to tell the pregnant lady she can't have them, because I'm not going to.
The hot chocolate is for me to put in my morning coffee to try to keep me awake during the day because the 2 year old I mentioned before is ill at the moment and so waking every couple of hours in the night. I have a chronic illness which also makes me tired. I don't like the taste of coffee too much but am trying it instead of drinking loads of energy drinks.
The energy drink was because this morning I am too tired to resist.
Is that ok?


I'm a right old foodie, our daughter (deaf, affecting feeding in early years) "survived" on chocolate buttons (as per Dr' recommendation) & it was tearing us apart, so I understand the "shopping list" scenario entirely...
OP, key phrases worked for us till she was 10yrs old (& we still pull it out of the bag now) "one mouthful, try it be a FOOD EXPLORER" ..& we meant one mouthful, often of the same food ingredient she'd rejected before, done a different way, ...now she is a right go getter where trying new foods are concerned, & I have to give up lots of my favourites to make sure she gets a decent qty of foods & treats she now would fight me for.

Best thing we ever did was to let her totter around on the floor of our hotel room in canada & fish MY surimi & cheese (BIG BLOCKS) & just gnaw, ..there she also grew a passion for shared chocolate milk, ..liking some of what DAD ate was also a key motivator for her (in that i'd say, i'm making this for me, you want a nibble)!? ..to kickstart her, it worked as a duplicitous tactic & jast as a dad making food & sharing off my plate.

Also (& i'll get knocked for this) we took her out to wetherspoons, for their kids meal deals & to give us some peace / relaxation, ..generally spag bol for her, fruit etc.. which also has her used to doing more of the grown up inclusion thing, ..mucky d's happens less than 1x per year as a result.

Don't give up, do what it takes & keep on trying, just don't let them run down the fast food route or there lies trouble, education in food is important, if they see you genuinely enthuse they are more likely to "click" where food is concerned.

A big breakthrough was cooking with my daughter, (we did lots & took pics of the prepped food) ..& her realisation when we compared the ingredients of a pre-sous vide cooked chilled rack of ribs, compared to our own "larder based" secret sauce using many of those ingredients that she swore she hated but had been consuming all along.

chili sauce (common in baked beans) & garlic ..context beng " it was there all along" so try this..."food x" ..or this has a touch more of ingredient "x" what do you think !?

Slow haul, don't force it, don't give in, ...be warned you'll have to share the good steak, asparagus etc long term ...she's into her curries now, from korma to thai green, snails, liver, heart, kidney (& pies with the aforementioned). ..I have to fight for a share of sushi, squid etc.

If your kid likes bacon, make some bacon with them, if roast pork, show them how to make good crackling..etc.
Food is interchangeable like lego (buildng blocks) ..don't dump an ingredient based on one or two "don't likes".

IF we'd made her have more than a mouthful each time she'd have switched off, but she knew if she didn't like it she would not be pushed, thus taste & texture improved.

uphill battle that really is worth fighting for because the reward helps set them up for life.
bezzawezza
In the interests of balance I'd just like to repeat the point that any of the other items on that receipt are entirely irrelevant and nobody here has the right to judge. Any one of us could have our basket in a supermarket analysed and taken out of context so we shouldn't be judging people based solely on what they purchased in Morrisons on a Bank Holiday Monday morning.
By the same token, a person using a Disabled Parking Space isn't necessarily "fine" just because they can walk unaided today or "look okay" to you. Walk a mile in that person's shoes first before making sneering judgmental statements from behind your keyboard.
wolf47wolf
robertadamson
how many cans would you need to give yourself a heart attack?


​one and a look at this comments section should do it...
Over The Knee
OP, last night for dinner I had 2 cheese sandwiches - with crisps inside - and a Coke... your shop sounds delicious:p
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Goodfella's Extra Thin Pizza £1.00 + Other Better Than Half Price Deals @ Morrisons

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Goodfella's Extra Thin Pepperoni & Chorizo £1.00 were £2.75 Goodfella's Extra Thin Mozzarella Pizza 319g £1.00 Were £2.44 Items shown online possibly in stores also. Minimum Online order £40,
oscarcat Avataroscarcat1d, 6h agoFound 1 day, 6 hours ago25 Comments
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Hersheymad
Thank you for posting 4 turkeys came this morning for the other half and 4 boxes of shredded wheat for me :)
FREEZIN WOLF
Why is this chicken deal now pointed at a Pizza deal?

Dodgy link???
Hamsteroid
kiaclare
I bought a few offers that were advertised at the end of an online order. when it came they were all full price so check your receipt when they deliver it
Are you sure? They list all the items at full price on the first page of the receipt, then list the reductions afterwards. It's very confusing - I thought I'd been ripped off at first.
sana123
has anyone found the daz pods instore
Hersheymad
jonnithomas
Hersheymad
shabbird
FREEZIN WOLF
How do we know that this chicken never knew its father?
lol. took a while but it finally clicked ;)
I dont get it !
now someone that doesn't know their father may be called a b'stard and this is a basted bird.
Clever !!!! I know plenty so should have got it :D
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Canary Island Palm - Phoenix Canarienis in 20cm pot - about 3 foot high - plenty at Morrisons Stamford - probably national - £5.00

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Bought one of these ,on the Homebase deal, a couple of weeks ago for £10 (reduced from £ 20 ) and happy I had a good deal http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/canary-island-date-palm-10-homebase-2433624
rogparki Avatarrogparki1d, 19h agoFound 1 day, 19 hours ago7 Comments
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saver24
not available anywhere
Err ! its an instore deal - not an online deal - as clearly stated in the post oO - unless of course you have driven round every Morrisons store in the country to check ?


Edited By: rogparki on May 02, 2016 19:18: add
saver24
not available anywhere
ashmac
got one of these 5 years ago it grows slow it's now about 5 foot high by 5 foot wide looks stunning I've looked after it well ..planted in the ground when it was big enough don't wrap it at winter but has a weed sheet and slate stone which stops roots from freezing up
dizzylol
Love these ...will check out tomorrow - Thanks op!
kernowmike
got one last year and it overwintered fine in cornwall outdoors. eventually they do grow very large. in torpoint where hms raleigh is there are a couple of houses with them in front garden and they now completely fill the garden, but probably at least 20 years old.
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TDK 25PK DVD+R £1.25 @ Morrisons

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25 Pack of TDK DVD+R disks for £1.25 also had DVD-R for same price only noticed by chance as it was a standard black price tag not a special offer one don't know if its national this was in my local…
OnlyMee AvatarOnlyMee3d, 1h agoFound 3 days, 1 hour ago34 Comments
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Steamachine
£1.25 for 25 drink coasters... heat! 8)
davt99
jnigel26
wozukSilencer
sadly these will be joining the old cassettes soon.......
Have you not noticed the vinyl revolution?
Even Sainsbury's now have a section that sell VINYL!
I'm into it, almost as bad as back in the 60s 70s.
I have quite a few friends in the business, and guess what the next big thing they are telling me it will be....?
CASSETTES! oO
So don't go binning them ...just yet.:D

Cassettes - LOL - 8 track next!!
ryouga
stephen0205
who still uses these lol

Plenty of non mainstream customers, like pretty much anything. I use them for archiving things like photos, family movies as a backup to cloud or hard drive based devices since if they die you have no other backup.

Or if I want to take somethings to a friends house I can burn to disc and take that disc instead of a whole hard drive.

Also good for projects, that being said I prefer RW so I can reuse them later.

So in short theres a lot of people who still use them just not mainstream users.
Bugeyed
jnigel26
MrScotchBonnet
My new laptop didn't even come with a DVD drive X)
Of course it didn't! It saves them money.
Then makes them money if you want one!

I removed my laptops cd tray (just use downloaded iso's if i need a disc) and put a 1TB SSD in there instead
Bugeyed
Thanks - just opened the CD tray to see if it still works and found an old windows installation disc in there. Very useful
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Morrisons Beans & Vegetarian Sausage 405g Tin 31p @ Morrisons

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Really great price and ideal for vegetarians :) also this price online so a national price. I saw these in the Leigh store though and they had a 'Reduced to Clear' sign on em so could very well be get…
wiggywig Avatarwiggywig3d, 4h agoFound 3 days, 4 hours ago53 Comments
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defairmans
spanglish03
my mum eats garlic sandwiches I.e. garlic sliced in half with a bit of cheese in the middle! she's mad for it, 70 and fit as a fiddle and yes a veggie too like my good self. Everyone's different that's what makes us special
Garlic is one of nature's most powerful foods. I bet your mum is going to have many healthy years ahead of her.
jewels026
Some of Morrisons veggie products are very nice but these are yuk. Sausages tasteless and beans far too sweet. Avoid.
MDL199
I've tried these being vegetarian and they are amongst the most vile products I've ever consumed. Most veggie products in supermarkets are of a good standard these days but this one is horrific.
Conflict2142
soty4
frownbreaker
What are the ingredients? Wanted to see if it was vegan? Heat+
​No not vegan. Saw them in my Morrison's and checked.

Saves me a trip to check them out. Thanks.
seanmorris100
Common Sense
therealslimkaty
Nearly everyone loves the flavour. It's good for you. If you add more "strong" flavours such as garlic, you can cut down on the salt content, which is important.
I would like to see the statistics that nearly everyone loves the flavour of garlic. It appears forced upon them.
30 years ago, very few foods had added garlic.

Wow shhh everyone i know likes it and obv everyone who buy these products they wouldnt make them if they didnt sell. You cant force people to eat what they dont want to the food is not free mate...
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Casio FX-83GTPLUS only 75p @ Morrisons

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Casio FX-83GTPLUS only 75p @ Morrisons Loads in stock @ Bishop Auckland The Casio FX-83GTPLUS is the UK's best-selling scientific calculator. Allowed in every UK exam where a calculator can be used.
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nublets2k
othen
nublets2k
othen
Rickardo
othen
Good find, although I suspect this may have become the regular price. Sometimes it is hard to understand the world we live in: a haircut costs £10, but I piece of consumer electronics manufactured on the other side of the world and transported to a convenient retail store where I can buy it costs £0.75.
Heat added anyway.
I get what you're saying about the lack of logic - wish my haircut was £5 again - but this is not the regular price. I know this isn't gospel, but the lowest it's ever been on Amazon, for example, is £4 whilst currently £6.50 against an RRP nearly double that.
My point was really about the strange world we live in, some things are spectacularly good value (like this item). I did notice this exact item on sale in Tesco recently (in these pages) for only £1.25, hence my comment about the regular price tending towards about a pound (I was not really quibbling about loose change):http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/casio-calculator-fx-83gt-plus-tesco-1-25-1040250
or a similar deal at Asda for a few pounds:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/casio-fx-83gt-plus-scientific-calculator-2-25-asda-instore-2420947
That Tesco deal was four years ago. Not exactly recent...
... and your point being?

A few low prices in a four year period doesn't mean the regular price is tending towards about a pound
othen
nublets2k
othen
Rickardo
othen
Good find, although I suspect this may have become the regular price. Sometimes it is hard to understand the world we live in: a haircut costs £10, but I piece of consumer electronics manufactured on the other side of the world and transported to a convenient retail store where I can buy it costs £0.75.
Heat added anyway.
I get what you're saying about the lack of logic - wish my haircut was £5 again - but this is not the regular price. I know this isn't gospel, but the lowest it's ever been on Amazon, for example, is £4 whilst currently £6.50 against an RRP nearly double that.
My point was really about the strange world we live in, some things are spectacularly good value (like this item). I did notice this exact item on sale in Tesco recently (in these pages) for only £1.25, hence my comment about the regular price tending towards about a pound (I was not really quibbling about loose change):http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/casio-calculator-fx-83gt-plus-tesco-1-25-1040250
or a similar deal at Asda for a few pounds:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/casio-fx-83gt-plus-scientific-calculator-2-25-asda-instore-2420947
That Tesco deal was four years ago. Not exactly recent...

... and your point being?
nublets2k
othen
Rickardo
othen
Good find, although I suspect this may have become the regular price. Sometimes it is hard to understand the world we live in: a haircut costs £10, but I piece of consumer electronics manufactured on the other side of the world and transported to a convenient retail store where I can buy it costs £0.75.
Heat added anyway.
I get what you're saying about the lack of logic - wish my haircut was £5 again - but this is not the regular price. I know this isn't gospel, but the lowest it's ever been on Amazon, for example, is £4 whilst currently £6.50 against an RRP nearly double that.
My point was really about the strange world we live in, some things are spectacularly good value (like this item). I did notice this exact item on sale in Tesco recently (in these pages) for only £1.25, hence my comment about the regular price tending towards about a pound (I was not really quibbling about loose change):http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/casio-calculator-fx-83gt-plus-tesco-1-25-1040250
or a similar deal at Asda for a few pounds:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/casio-fx-83gt-plus-scientific-calculator-2-25-asda-instore-2420947

That Tesco deal was four years ago. Not exactly recent...
pawleil
I don't have much patience. How much are the Calcunow's ?
....
:p
othen
Rickardo
othen
Good find, although I suspect this may have become the regular price. Sometimes it is hard to understand the world we live in: a haircut costs £10, but I piece of consumer electronics manufactured on the other side of the world and transported to a convenient retail store where I can buy it costs £0.75.
Heat added anyway.
I get what you're saying about the lack of logic - wish my haircut was £5 again - but this is not the regular price. I know this isn't gospel, but the lowest it's ever been on Amazon, for example, is £4 whilst currently £6.50 against an RRP nearly double that.

My point was really about the strange world we live in, some things are spectacularly good value (like this item). I did notice this exact item on sale in Tesco recently (in these pages) for only £1.25, hence my comment about the regular price tending towards about a pound (I was not really quibbling about loose change):
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/casio-calculator-fx-83gt-plus-tesco-1-25-1040250
or a similar deal at Asda for a few pounds:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/casio-fx-83gt-plus-scientific-calculator-2-25-asda-instore-2420947


Edited By: othen on Apr 30, 2016 13:05: Detail added