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Steak mince for £1 using code CRAZYMINCE, Simply add up to 8 packs to your basket - Minimum spend spend of £20. So, just fill up your baskets with whatever you like Delivery charge is £4.95.

They are 400g packs.

There are however a few small conditions that apply when using offer codes which are outlined below;

- Codes are only valid on orders placed within the time frame of the offer. You will find this at the bottom of the email.

- Free products and discounts cannot be added to your order retrospectively.

- Only one discount code can be used per order.

- Standard minimum order value of £20 plus delivery applies.
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Clarkey185
Does feeding them Grass make any difference?

Yes the animals are more relaxed in life

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1 Like #1
Does feeding them Grass make any difference?
14 Likes #2
Clarkey185
Does feeding them Grass make any difference?

Yes the animals are more relaxed in life

http://media.ifunny.com/results/2013/05/14/hnb1824mlv.jpg
#3
Clarkey185
Does feeding them Grass make any difference?

The animals are treat better and feed naturally, as opposed to manufactured feed.
#4
Got 10 packs from Musclefoods (same company) last week, it's very nice mince.
2 Likes #5
Using cows eating grass as a selling point whats next?

Edited By: cacaman123 on Jul 30, 2014 21:11
#6
cacaman123
Pay extra for cows to eat grass like they should anyway?

Normally, yes. But, for a quid it's pretty good value.
#7
maximum order of 8 packets of mince = £8 but minimum order is £20
#8
can honestly say . ordered stuff of them twice now and quality of the meat is excellent . well worth the money
#9
http://www.westingourmet.co.uk/sliced-turkey-500g.html
not bad for £4 ... i added 2 of these to the mince and a couple of burgers for £27 delivered
1 Like #10
'Grass fed' as opposed to....?

Grass fed is the new organic. Utter nonsense at twice the price.
1 Like #11
bottomsup
'Grass fed' as opposed to....?

Grass fed is the new organic. Utter nonsense at twice the price.


so where do you get your 50p mince from
4 Likes #12
Grass is the natural diet for cows. Grain is often used as feed because it's cheaper and they get fatter quicker, but this means the meat has an out of balance omega 6 to 3 ratio and less CLA and other vitamin goodies. So grass fed meat is more nutritious. I've ordered from musclefood before and the quality is so much better compared to the meat from the supermarket. It's satisfying not seeing the meat swimming in a pool of grey foamy liquid!
1 Like #13
so i have to spend more on fillers than the deal itself to get it.. then have to spend another 5 quid to get it delivered? so over 3 times deal subject in total?
no thanks thats not a deal
it is a good price but the best value fillers need to be found for proper deal to compensate for filling the freezer.

edit: says max of 5 packs per customer so 5 times deal cost to get it?!



Edited By: brilly on Jul 31, 2014 13:52: .
#14
Bought yesterday, 5kgs of great chicken breasts for £29, then 8 packs of mince for £1 each.

So £42 in total for 8.2kgs of good quality meat, hell yeah!
#15
brilly
so i have to spend more on fillers than the deal itself to get it.. then have to spend another 5 quid to get it delivered? so over 3 times deal subject in total?
no thanks thats not a deal

Of course it is a deal, we you planning on buying any meat from the supermarket in the coming days? Well buy from here instead and get better quality meat for less. Pretty simple.
#16
Clarkey185
Does feeding them Grass make any difference?

It saves them money on Rizlas.
1 Like #17
kr00t0n
brilly
so i have to spend more on fillers than the deal itself to get it.. then have to spend another 5 quid to get it delivered? so over 3 times deal subject in total?
no thanks thats not a deal


Of course it is a deal, we you planning on buying any meat from the supermarket in the coming days? Well buy from here instead and get better quality meat for less. Pretty simple.

lol how on earth is that the same? i go in and buy a pack
i dont have to buy bulk and make a min spend then pay for delivery
#18
There's always the new customer bundle for £39 too. Easily spend £80 and get free delivery and stock up the freezer. Good quality meat would recommend
#19
£47 delivered for:

8x 400g Irish Mince
2x 6-7oz 30 Day Matured Prime Ribeye Steaks
1x 400g Great British Lean Steak Mince
1x 1.2-1.4kg Whole Corn Fed Chicken
2x 6oz Prime Hache Steaks
4x 3-4oz British Finest Pork Loin Steaks
2x 125g Chicken Breast Fillets
4x 4oz Gourmet Steak Burgers
6x British Cumberland Sausages
6x British Meaty Pork Sausages

I'm tempted... but not sure if it's worth it over CostCo meat!


Edited By: stevenhp1987 on Jul 31, 2014 13:55
#20
Grass fed, probably find out it was some other type of grass, that'll be a scandal in 2015.
#21
brilly
kr00t0n
brilly
so i have to spend more on fillers than the deal itself to get it.. then have to spend another 5 quid to get it delivered? so over 3 times deal subject in total?
no thanks thats not a deal

Of course it is a deal, we you planning on buying any meat from the supermarket in the coming days? Well buy from here instead and get better quality meat for less. Pretty simple.
lol how on earth is that the same? i go in and buy a pack
i dont have to buy bulk and make a min spend then pay for delivery

Because most people don't go grocery shopping every day, it's usually weekly, sometimes monthly. And even factoring in delivery cost, you are looking at £1.62 per pack of mince that is better than even the Finest/Taste The Difference/etc minces from supermarkets.
1 Like #22
kr00t0n
brilly
kr00t0n
brilly
so i have to spend more on fillers than the deal itself to get it.. then have to spend another 5 quid to get it delivered? so over 3 times deal subject in total?
no thanks thats not a deal


Of course it is a deal, we you planning on buying any meat from the supermarket in the coming days? Well buy from here instead and get better quality meat for less. Pretty simple.

lol how on earth is that the same? i go in and buy a pack
i dont have to buy bulk and make a min spend then pay for delivery


Because most people don't go grocery shopping every day, it's usually weekly, sometimes monthly. And even factoring in delivery cost, you are looking at £1.62 per pack of mince that is better than even the Finest/Taste The Difference/etc minces from supermarkets.

yes thats true but do they buy 8 packs of mince? do they ignore the prices of everything else? 1.62*8? thats half the cash.
says most mince can buy is 5 as well but not tried to go above
it has alot of potential but right now its not a proper deal

Edited By: brilly on Jul 31, 2014 14:03
#23
brilly
kr00t0n
brilly
kr00t0n
brilly
so i have to spend more on fillers than the deal itself to get it.. then have to spend another 5 quid to get it delivered? so over 3 times deal subject in total?
no thanks thats not a deal

Of course it is a deal, we you planning on buying any meat from the supermarket in the coming days? Well buy from here instead and get better quality meat for less. Pretty simple.
lol how on earth is that the same? i go in and buy a pack
i dont have to buy bulk and make a min spend then pay for delivery

Because most people don't go grocery shopping every day, it's usually weekly, sometimes monthly. And even factoring in delivery cost, you are looking at £1.62 per pack of mince that is better than even the Finest/Taste The Difference/etc minces from supermarkets.
yes thats true but do they buy 8 packs of mince? do they ignore the prices of everything else? 1.62*8? thats half the cash.
says most mince can buy is 5 as well but not tried to go above
it has alot of potential but right now its not a proper deal

Pretty common knowledge that buying in bulk gives you savings. I never buy 4 pack toilet rolls, always wait for the 9 or more packs to go on offer. Even bulk buying mince in Sainsburys using the oft active '3 for £10' offer is double the price of this for inferior mince. Saying it isn't a deal because some people don't buy in bulk is like me saying a £10k Porsche isn't a deal because I don't drive. :p
#24
Get most of my meat from Westin Gormet. Taste and quality is miles better than anything in a supermarket.
#25
kr00t0n
brilly
kr00t0n
brilly
kr00t0n
brilly
so i have to spend more on fillers than the deal itself to get it.. then have to spend another 5 quid to get it delivered? so over 3 times deal subject in total?
no thanks thats not a deal


Of course it is a deal, we you planning on buying any meat from the supermarket in the coming days? Well buy from here instead and get better quality meat for less. Pretty simple.

lol how on earth is that the same? i go in and buy a pack
i dont have to buy bulk and make a min spend then pay for delivery


Because most people don't go grocery shopping every day, it's usually weekly, sometimes monthly. And even factoring in delivery cost, you are looking at £1.62 per pack of mince that is better than even the Finest/Taste The Difference/etc minces from supermarkets.

yes thats true but do they buy 8 packs of mince? do they ignore the prices of everything else? 1.62*8? thats half the cash.
says most mince can buy is 5 as well but not tried to go above
it has alot of potential but right now its not a proper deal


Pretty common knowledge that buying in bulk gives you savings. I never buy 4 pack toilet rolls, always wait for the 9 or more packs to go on offer. Even bulk buying mince in Sainsburys using the oft active '3 for £10' offer is double the price of this for inferior mince. Saying it isn't a deal because some people don't buy in bulk is like me saying a £10k Porsche isn't a deal because I don't drive. :p

yes but thats not the only reason i am saying its not a deal if you bother to read
the deal is for this.......and lots of other stuff (wel not really lots as its not cheap other than deal stuff ofc)
#26
If grass makes them good i Wonder what steak mince fed on caviar and champagne to drink would be like?
#27
mince is cheap. never used the company before but got their 5kg chicken and a couple of steak... £50 for 8 packs of mince and the other stuff is cheapish... assuming decent quality.

Voted hot... thanks
#28
OK this is not a good deal if you don't have a freezer, but then more people DO have a freezer nowadays than don't have one, so more people are likely to benefit that those who cannot.

Like any promotions, you have to manipulate your purchase to your advantage, but with this company the £75 spend required for free delivery is based on the pre-discount price, so if you buy 8 of these and 5kg of chicken breasts @ £29, then you only need to spend another £6.40 to get free delivery.

And it is far better than the watery stuff you tend to get in supermarkets.

I'm sure something similar will be available at Costco, but then not everyone lives near Costco or has a card, so not really much use to the majority.


Edited By: spock1958 on Jul 31, 2014 14:59
#29
I agree with brilly,we don't eat much meat other than mince and I was looking at the last deal for this recently but I don't want to have to buy other stuff just to get the Mince :(
#30
would recommend these.
http://www.musclefood.com/meat/beef/10x8-9oz-british-sirloin-steaks.html
£44 but nice and thick and very tasty .
#31
Does crazymince come from mad cows?
#32
FTVCHICK allows you to buy 2.5kg chicken breast for £9. Can't use the 2 codes, though........
#33
has anyone actually ordered 8 yet? says 5 max inside basket

"0.40kg Irish Grass Fed Steak Mince
Restricted to 5 packs per order"

guess does say 8 in the blurb though



Edited By: brilly on Jul 31, 2014 15:26
#34
stevenhp1987
£47 delivered for:

8x 400g Irish Mince
2x 6-7oz 30 Day Matured Prime Ribeye Steaks
1x 400g Great British Lean Steak Mince
1x 1.2-1.4kg Whole Corn Fed Chicken
2x 6oz Prime Hache Steaks
4x 3-4oz British Finest Pork Loin Steaks
2x 125g Chicken Breast Fillets
4x 4oz Gourmet Steak Burgers
6x British Cumberland Sausages
6x British Meaty Pork Sausages

I'm tempted... but not sure if it's worth it over CostCo meat!


Costco every time for me......the steaks out of there are in a different league.
#35
spock1958
OK this is not a good deal if you don't have a freezer, but then more people DO have a freezer nowadays than don't have one, so more people are likely to benefit that those who cannot.

Like any promotions, you have to manipulate your purchase to your advantage, but with this company the £75 spend required for free delivery is based on the pre-discount price, so if you buy 8 of these and 5kg of chicken breasts @ £29, then you only need to spend another £6.40 to get free delivery.

And it is far better than the watery stuff you tend to get in supermarkets.

I'm sure something similar will be available at Costco, but then not everyone lives near Costco or has a card, so not really much use to the majority.


never thought about pre-promotional price so thats good too
inside basket there seems to be half price offers you can add which vary so one of those would probably take you to around 45 which is not bad (4 wagyu steak burgers @ 6.50 is cheapest i think)
#36
brilly
has anyone actually ordered 8 yet? says 5 max inside basket

"0.40kg Irish Grass Fed Steak Mince
Restricted to 5 packs per order"

guess does say 8 in the blurb though


Last time they had this promotion I got 16, but that was down to a fortunate glitch in their 'shopping basket' software.
#37
I ordered 8 yesterday and it went through fine.
#38
I put in a veal pack, freedom food RSPCA stuff, and this mince made it £46 with free delivery due to the pre discount eligibility.
Don't touch your basket after ordering otherwise it will mess things up.
#39
showing as 4.95 now.
#40
Not expired. Just used the code!

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