HUGE Savoy Cabbage 50p !!!!! Co op + other half price deals Beef £4.39 KILO instore - HotUKDeals
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Lots of nice bargains at the Co op instore, I could not believe the size of the cabbage. Beef £4.39 KILO
Swede 50p
Leeks £1
Maris Piper Potatoes £1
Chardonnay £3.99
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#1
I hope that it is a free-range cabbage
#2
Nice to get some veg special offers-it's usually booze or snack rubbish from the supermarkets.
Voted hot.:)
#3
Thanks everyone. Yep cabbage roams free
#4
Can't get much greener than a cabbage:p
#5
Follow the 'go to deal' link, then look at the Coop's other offers: some grrreat stuff there.
#6
I knew I'd made a mistake reading this when I thought to myself, "hmmm...I've never heard of a saveloy cabbage before..." :oops: lol
#7
If people think this is good pricing, then I would suggest getting out a bit more, there is NOTHING remotely special about any of it!

"Beef" what sort of beef? What way is that to advertise meat? Never seen a supermarket advertise it like this!
Topside is regularly this price at Somerfield, £4.39 a Kilo, and I don't rate it as a wonderful shop for price! (Owned by the Coop too!) This could even be something like a flank cut which would not even rate as good quality as Topside! Hard to tell when they avoid telling us!

Look at the smaller print:

Leeks are a pound... yes, for 300g! It is £3.33 a kilo! Compared to M&S or Waitrose it might well be cheap, but I paid 99p for 750g of cleaned trimmed leeks (very similar!) at the weekend in Lidl. Less than half the price per kilo, and that is dearer than I would usually pay, as it is a pre-prepared product, and way more expensive than ordinary leeks which require only the root cutting off!

Swede, 50p what size? Golf ball size, Football size? I have never seen shops selling Swedes by the unit, most places sell them by the Kilo - odd! Not one of the moer expensive vegetables anyway!

Cabbage... again, whole - what size? The OP got a huge one, who says what size it will be in your store! Cabbages come the size of brussels sprouts to the size of basketballs, so how on earth are you supposed to know what you are getting?

At least the potatoes are priced in the normal way, it depends what variety you want, I suppose as to whether that is a good proce or not.

The whole thing though is simply clever marketing, presumably to try and join in the Asda and Morrison bandwagon of 50p and £1 offers, without committing very much into it! I would have thought keen bargain hunters, ie. the people who use a site like this to see straight through it! Very disappointing :-(
#8
The cabbages in my local co-op were also huge for 50p. Bought one yesterday. Will also do for the rabbits' bedtime treats this week.
The co-op also seems to be stocking a lot more locally-grown produce as of late.
Hot.
#9
careful of cheap beef. Old boots and toughness comes to mind of the last "cheap" joint of meat I had from Sommerfield.

toad
#10
[QUOTE=nihcaj]Swede, 50p what size? Golf ball size, Football size? I have never seen shops selling Swedes by the unit, most places sell them by the Kilo - odd! Not one of the moer expensive vegetables anyway!

QUOTE]

Do you not buy Swedes in Lidl then?

If "most places sell them by the Kilo " by definition, some places must sell them by something else - what would that be then?
#11
savoy cabbage is 39p at ALDI, and they are pretty big ones.
#12
dvdvicar;3211770
[quote=nihcaj;3211322]Swede, 50p what size? Golf ball size, Football size? I have never seen shops selling Swedes by the unit, most places sell them by the Kilo - odd! Not one of the moer expensive vegetables anyway!

QUOTE]

Do you not buy Swedes in Lidl then?

If "most places sell them by the Kilo " by definition, some places must sell them by something else - what would that be then?


What are you on about?

Or is it just Trolling?
#13
toadoftoadhall;3211763
careful of cheap beef. Old boots and toughness comes to mind of the last "cheap" joint of meat I had from Sommerfield.

toad


I agree, hence my warning!
#14
nihcaj;3211819
[quote=dvdvicar]

What are you on about?

Or is it just Trolling?


Not at all!

If you submit a rant/post such as yours, at least expect to have holes in it aired.
You mention that you shopped for veg at Lidl, then comment that "I have never seen shops selling Swedes by the unit" - how do Lidl sell them?
#15
dvdvicar;3212471
[quote=nihcaj;3211819]

Not at all!

If you submit a rant/post such as yours, at least expect to have holes in it aired.
You mention that you shopped for veg at Lidl, then comment that "I have never seen shops selling Swedes by the unit" - how do Lidl sell them?


Sorry, it did not seem at all clear, and a LOT of trolling goes on, and I apologise for having a zero tolerance for it!
Similarly if someone writes more than a one liner, it is not a rant, and usually has the benefit of less chance of taking a post the wrong way if someone explains the reasoning behind an opinion.

Actually no idea, now I think about it, oddly I don't think I have ever bought a swede there, last one I bought was at Netto, and there are priced based on weight. It is in the Fridge now, it cost 35p.

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