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Jaffa Cakes (twin pack) 24 cakes at 99p store

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Jaffa Cakes 24 cakes for 99p, it says £1.55 on the pack, normally around £1.54 in supermarkets... Who cant resist the delicious combination of light sponge, plain chocolate and the smashing orange… Read More
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8y, 8m agoFound 8 years, 8 months ago
Jaffa Cakes 24 cakes for 99p, it says £1.55 on the pack, normally around £1.54 in supermarkets...

Who cant resist the delicious combination of light sponge, plain chocolate and the smashing orangey bit in the middle, mmmm they are seriously scoffable...
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79p at Iceland
#2
3 for a quid often at farm Foods
#3
3 for 99p instore at wilkinsons

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#4
Aldi & Lidl own brand, cheaper far better product. (sadly not as cheap as they were, but still cheaper at about 85p for equivalent twin size pack) I am also told some other supermarket brands are better and cheaper too, but can't personally speak for them. Like many products, this is an expensive brand, advertised to death, and we all thought those things were best, until we learned better!

Last time I said this, I suffered any amount of personal abuse and bother, don't bother, my ignore list is full enough & I am not interested in it, just stating the obvious, which MANY people agree with.

It is for the benefit of those who still have never tried them, and are still paying more for a much inferior product. If you haven't tried, then you will never know, if you don't go into Lidl or Aldi because of the widespread snobbery, then I have heard all of that too, so save yourself the bother, and don't go there - I am very happy for you not to, as it makes it more accessible for those of us who do.
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#6
nihcaj
Aldi & Lidl own brand, cheaper far better product. (sadly not as cheap as they were, but still cheaper at about 85p for equivalent twin size pack) I am also told some other supermarket brands are better and cheaper too, but can't personally speak for them. Like many products, this is an expensive brand, advertised to death, and we all thought those things were best, until we learned better!

Last time I said this, I suffered any amount of personal abuse and bother, don't bother, my ignore list is full enough & I am not interested in it, just stating the obvious, which MANY people agree with.

It is for the benefit of those who still have never tried them, and are still paying more for a much inferior product. If you haven't tried, then you will never know, if you don't go into Lidl or Aldi because of the widespread snobbery, then I have heard all of that too, so save yourself the bother, and don't go there - I am very happy for you not to, as it makes it more accessible for those of us who do.


:| Iagree with you, I normally get the cheap brands from supermarkets, but thought this may be of interest to those who dont get these sorts of products from the cheaper stores, I only get these a few times when they are on offer as they do taste a little better than supermarket brands. But I'm still going to go for the cheaper brands at Asda or Lidl. :thumbsup:
#7
Cold: Iceland are doing this half price was £1.50 now 75p for 24 (twin pack).
#8
tesco ones are half price atm so cheaper
farmfoods as stated always seem to have them cheap also

agreed on lidl ones, they are fantastic (now up to 99p or 1.09) - probably made by same people as aldi ones but never tried those.
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Liger;4846733
Cold: Iceland are doing this half price was £1.50 now 75p for 24 (twin pack).


What do you mean cold?
This thread is more than FIVE MONTHS OLD!

What possible use is there resurrecting a long dead post like this :-(

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