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JOHN WEST TUNA CHUNKS IN BRINE WAS £1.25 NOW 50p

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#1
was instore at Asda Grimsby today to.
#2
nice post
#3
yes I got a couple of tins at this price in bridgend..
#4
had it in asda govan
#5
just been to tesco and got tuna on a BOGOF at £1.25 and thought i was getting a bargain..will be at asda tomorrow and get stocked up..cant believe how much tuna has gone up in price .. heat added
#6
Great deal, just got ten lots, as like people have said its got so expensive lika everything else!!
#7
Nice! Have some heat
banned#8
Tuna has gone up in price because natural gas has gone up in price.

It takes a lot of gas to manufacturer one tuna and as the gas prices have risen, so have tuna prices.
#9
Something fishy about this deal....:)
#10
i got from docklands store, thanks for the post
banned#11
There's something fishy going on in this can of tuna! I smell a fish! FISHES!
#12
Is this dolphin friendly and caught from sustainable sources blah, blah, blah?
#13
Ashington Northumberland has some for 50p to, bag of carrots and pack of baby potatoes as well for 50p
banned#14
RedOnRed
Is this dolphin friendly and caught from sustainable sources blah, blah, blah?



Mad fool. You can't feed tuna to a dolphin. That's like canabilism.
#15
RedOnRed
Is this dolphin friendly and caught from sustainable sources blah, blah, blah?


[COLOR="Magenta"]yes it`s dolphin friendly - the nets have big holes in for the dolphins to swim through :p [/COLOR]
#16
dontasciime
Ashington Northumberland has some for 50p to, bag of carrots and pack of baby potatoes as well for 50p


[COLOR="Magenta"]and there you have a hearty meal of tuna ,carrots and baby boiled potatoes all for £1.50 how good is that ?:-D[/COLOR]
#17
shacal
[COLOR="Magenta"]and there you have a hearty meal of tuna ,carrots and baby boiled potatoes all for £1.50 how good is that ?:-D[/COLOR]


Beats JS's feed your family for a fiver, lol.
#18
Can this tuna be used in sandwiches i.e spread in a sandwich as it says "Chunks" so im unsure.
#19
manzi
Can this tuna be used in sandwiches i.e spread in a sandwich as it says "Chunks" so im unsure.


[COLOR="Magenta"]i would say no you would need to buy the "smooth" tuna which is not on offer :p[/COLOR]
#20
u just mash it with a fork bit salad cream or mayonoise theres ur smooth tuna chuck it in the bread and patt it down
#21
KatieSMELLS
u just mash it with a fork bit salad cream or mayonoise theres ur smooth tuna chuck it in the bread and patt it down


[COLOR="Magenta"]Lol katiesmells thats one way :p have you been eating the tuna like?;-)[/COLOR]
#22
drain it,add to some cooked pasta shells,a chopped onion and some mayo, yum
#23
shacal
[COLOR="Magenta"]Lol katiesmells thats one way :p have you been eating the tuna like?;-)[/COLOR]


no i read your recipes online , but my mother has she stinks: gift[FONT="Fixedsys"][/FONT]
#24
good price voted hot!!
#25
KatieSMELLS
no i read your recipes online , but my mother has she stinks: gift


[COLOR="Magenta"]lol ? :w00t::oops:[/COLOR]
#26
shacal
[COLOR="Magenta"]and there you have a hearty meal of tuna ,carrots and baby boiled potatoes all for £1.50 how good is that ?:-D[/COLOR]


sounds delicious
#27
50p! Nice :thumbsup:
#28
Tesco Value at 33p :-)
#29
bought 24
#30
You beat me to posting it! I grabbed a load the other day at this price as I know a bargain when I see one. Going to go back for some more to stock up on - Best Before Dates = December 2011. So make sure you get 3 - 4 years worth!

Tastes better than the Tesco Value/Asda SmartPrice/Sainsbury's Basics as those tend to have more water and are quite mushy. These are perfect with pasta and broken up with a fork with mayo and sweetcorn in sangers!

If Morrisons is closer to you, the Princes Tuna deal is the one to go for if it's still available. http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/107311/prince-s-tuna-chunks-buy-one-get-on/
#31
still around... thanks for the pointer ettam123 :)

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