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Birchwood Farm Beef Meatballs (12 = 360g) was £1.69 now £1.19 @ Lidl

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Birchwood Farm Pork Meatballs (12 = 360g) was £1.69 now £1.19 Braemoor Pork Rib Rack (600g) was £2.99 now £1.99
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cynikill
This modern trend of supermarkets labelling generic meat as being from a named farm is shocking. I'm sure they are legally covered but it really should be illegal.
​do you have an issue with kentucky fried chicken as its neither made or fried in kentucky? or boots the chemists who dont actually sell boots?

YA I DO MATE! AND **** SUPERDRUGS hahaha

Ohhh in all seriousness Aldi and Lidl is the BEST place to get things from! These meatballs are very good

Edited By: marmadukeis90 on Apr 10, 2016 16:42: Aldi and Lidl
If you can't see the difference , there is little point explaining it to you. You just made some marketing executives very happy.
cynikill
This modern trend of supermarkets labelling generic meat as being from a named farm is shocking. I'm sure they are legally covered but it really should be illegal.


​do you have an issue with kentucky fried chicken as its neither made or fried in kentucky? or boots the chemists who dont actually sell boots?
PeteW
(Not an actual farm..)

Hah those LIARS! http://www.birchwoodfarm.co.uk/
cynikill
This modern trend of supermarkets labelling generic meat as being from a named farm is shocking. I'm sure they are legally covered but it really should be illegal.


I agree. They should also make the following illegal:
Signs that say "ice cold drink" if it was ice cold it would be ice not liquid
Cakes in shops that say "homemade" they were obviously made on the premises.
Homepride bread, as its not made in some ones home and theres seldom any pride in the product.
Pulled pork that you have to pull yourself, surely its just pork
Cooking times on the back of oven chips as they make it up as they go along

In reality get a grip who cares if they are called old mcdonalds meat balls or just meatballs you should just be happy they arent horse meat
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Lidl 'Pick of the Week' veg offers Radishes - 250g Cucumber - each Red Onions - 750g Baking Potatoes - 4 pack 29p 14/04 - 20/04

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The next batch of Lidl's four 'Pick of the Week' fruit and veg offers. Starting Thursday 14th April for 1 week. Radishes - 250g Cucumber - each Red Onions - 750g Baking Potatoes - 4 pack
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Aldi's 'Super 6' 35p starting today for two weeks.

- Cucumber
- Broccoli
- Baking Potatoes (4)
- Grapefruit
- Onions (1kg)
- Little Gem Lettuce (2)
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Silvercrest Kitchen Kettle £14.99 @ Lidl

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Good value with the 3 year warranty With blue power indicator light and water display on both sides. Capacity (L): 1.7 3000W Available from 11th April
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I purchased one this morning from the Leicester Red Hill branch.. There were still a couple remaining when I left there.
Bought one today, seems like a decent kettle, 3 different colours to choose. Cordless, swivels 360° on base, 3 year warranty is a plus. Thanks for the post.


Edited By: sharon_uk on Apr 12, 2016 19:46
lindabuchan
I have same brand for nearly 2 years and still working great
Thats good to know,my kettle broke when i descaled it yesterday,the lids now held on with gaffer tape :(
I have same brand for nearly 2 years and still working great
Looks elegant never heard of the brand?
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7 Egg Electric Egg Cooker £7.99 @ Lidl from 11/04/2016

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# Good for hard/medium/soft boiled eggs # Black or white # Cooks up to 7 eggs with practical keep warm function # Transparent cover with steam vent, handle and stainless steel cooking tray # Signal al…
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I saw this on that "fake britain" programme yesterday............cold......all the chicks died.

Edited By: antenna on Apr 06, 2016 10:59: add info
these are great! much easier to get a consistent cookedness. are lidl still doing free home delivery on there deals?
7 is a bit random
theatrical
What's an electric egg ??
It is the egg cooker that is electric. not the egg
What's an electric egg ??
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Is this for the 500g or 1kg?


​It is the 500g. Asda are selling the normal Clover 1kg tub for £2.
Is this for the 500g or 1kg?
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Lidl Animal Repeller (Solar) - instore (may not supply at all lidl store) £9.99

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Motion sensor detection angle: approx. 110° Integrated solar panel for mains-free operation, with 5 modes for specific animals or universal use With sturdy aluminium spike for ground attachment, and…
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mrwolfisinnocent
these things cause migraines, and IMHO should be banned... they also cover too larga an area and cause distress to cats in their owners houses, while I feel for everyone who has the cat poop issues (I do, and I know its not my cat as she's an indoor cat).. but please do not use these things...
If the owners kept the cats on their own property, then the neighbors wouldn't need repellants - Simple really.
And exactly how would a cat owner keep a cat in their own garden, what a stupid comment. My wife has 4 cats and they carp in our garden, i hate them. I might get one of these to make them carp in the local fields.

Not a stupid comment, but if you are unable to understand the concept of what I was saying......
carltonbp
RealBargainHunter
Do these only deter cats? Will this affect my dog at all?
No, there's a setting for dogs just make sure it's on the setting for cats.
Perfect! Cheers
bytemaster
mrwolfisinnocent
these things cause migraines, and IMHO should be banned... they also cover too larga an area and cause distress to cats in their owners houses, while I feel for everyone who has the cat poop issues (I do, and I know its not my cat as she's an indoor cat).. but please do not use these things...
If the owners kept the cats on their own property, then the neighbors wouldn't need repellants - Simple really.
And exactly how would a cat owner keep a cat in their own garden, what a stupid comment. My wife has 4 cats and they carp in our garden, i hate them. I might get one of these to make them carp in the local fields.
RealBargainHunter
Do these only deter cats? Will this affect my dog at all?
No, there's a setting for dogs just make sure it's on the setting for cats.
Hamsteroid
rhinopaul
mrwolfisinnocent
these things cause migraines, and IMHO should be banned... they also cover too larga an area and cause distress to cats in their owners houses, while I feel for everyone who has the cat poop issues (I do, and I know its not my cat as she's an indoor cat).. but please do not use these things...
LMAO. So these are so good that they can detect a moving cat in the neighbours house, Gotta get me some more of these .
If its a toss up between my son happily playing in my own garden or giving the cat free will to $#it in my garden then I'm happy for the cats owner to suffer with migraine .
I hope you get migraine.

Cat people :|

It's only triggered when some thing walks by it within 8 meters. It doesn't work through walls etc. So next door cats have no problems sitting on my fence a few meters from it but when they get down IN my garden and walk within its approx 120deg horizontal radius they trigger it. I don't see how you can get more humane and it certainly doesn't affect them in their garden or house. Cat and dog poop is a health hazard.
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Franziskaner wheat beer - 99p a bottle in Lidl

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My first time posting a deal - popped into Lidl in Belfast City Centre to get a few beers yesterday. They drop the price of Franziskaner wheat beer from £1.50 to 99p every now and again and it's back
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Couldn't find any in West Point Shopping Centre Lidl (Chilwell). :(
Morenenth
wow could not find any of these at the branch i visited, might try another
Chasloyal
Morenenth
hardstylemw
eelvis
Best beer in the world.
​There is no such thing as a "best" beer as it is all down to preference. IMHO Hoegaarden is better than this but still a fine tipple!
Quite right, Imho hoegarden is very different to franziskaner, and franziskaner is better
http://i1190.photobucket.com/albums/z450/Chasloyal/IMG_20160402_124252_zpsp3miphso.jpg
Fair bit of choice on the wheat beer front for a rather small sized Merkur over here I'll have you know 8) and all beers 25% off for 'Friends' loyalty card holders this week too!
Because I'm taking so much booze with me when we move back to the UK week after next we got to watch the weight of our Sprinter so had to stick to can purchases. Also got to take in to account that you're paying a deposit of €3 per crate €1.80 for the 20 bottles per crate over here, which soon adds up.
I cleared them out of the only wheat beer they got stock of in cans which is Löwenbräu Weisse, not as nice as Edelweiss but beggars can't be choosers. RRP 89 cents a can so take the 25% off and I weighed on just over 50 pence per 500ml tinnie in proper dough, my life I'm going to miss living over here :(

Branch you visited, why where are you?
wow could not find any of these at the branch i visited, might try another
Chasloyal
Morenenth
hardstylemw
eelvis
Best beer in the world.
​There is no such thing as a "best" beer as it is all down to preference. IMHO Hoegaarden is better than this but still a fine tipple!
Quite right, Imho hoegarden is very different to franziskaner, and franziskaner is better
http://i1190.photobucket.com/albums/z450/Chasloyal/IMG_20160402_124252_zpsp3miphso.jpg
Fair bit of choice on the wheat beer front for a rather small sized Merkur over here I'll have you know 8) and all beers 25% off for 'Friends' loyalty card holders this week too!
Because I'm taking so much booze with me when we move back to the UK week after next we got to watch the weight of our Sprinter so had to stick to can purchases. Also got to take in to account that you're paying a deposit of €3 per crate €1.80 for the 20 bottles per crate over here, which soon adds up.
I cleared them out of the only wheat beer they got stock of in cans which is Löwenbräu Weisse, not as nice as Edelweiss but beggars can't be choosers. RRP 89 cents a can so take the 25% off and I weighed on just over 50 pence per 500ml tinnie in proper dough, my life I'm going to miss living over here :(
soldierboy001

Gets pretty poor results on beer drinker sites out of 5 gets 2.74 and 3.2 averages and most rate as coloured water with taste.
Well I've tried it. Didn't think it was to bad. Wouldn't touch it again if tasted ill & weak. Not saying it's same league but to me taste like a quality wheat beer worth trying.
Kulaak
Aldi do this German beer for £1.25 if no luck with thishttps://c1.staticflickr.com/2/1586/24188211504_54fcac8817_b.jpg



Gets pretty poor results on beer drinker sites out of 5 gets 2.74 and 3.2 averages and most rate as coloured water with taste.

Edited By: soldierboy001 on Apr 05, 2016 10:20
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CRIVIT Pannier Bag Set £9.99 @ Lidl

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Good value roll top waterproof pannier bags. 2 durable bags made from water-repellent polyester with PEVA coating With reflective elements for improved visibility, and additional rain cover to protect…
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qboyd
I bought these last year for a 2 day ride down a canal tow path. For the money they are not bad, but as a previous poster said, they have a tendency to jump off, especially if loaded. I almost lost my bag into the canal on a couple of occasions.
Then, does that not render them useless and dangerous?

It sounds to me as if they haven't been properly attached around the back of the stanchions of the pannier rack itself.
qboyd
I bought these last year for a 2 day ride down a canal tow path. For the money they are not bad, but as a previous poster said, they have a tendency to jump off, especially if loaded. I almost lost my bag into the canal on a couple of occasions.
Then, does that not render them useless and dangerous?
I bought these last year for a 2 day ride down a canal tow path. For the money they are not bad, but as a previous poster said, they have a tendency to jump off, especially if loaded. I almost lost my bag into the canal on a couple of occasions.
If they are the same as last years, they are OK but not perfect. They attach firmly enough but there's sufficient movement to cause another feature to be a pain in the backside. At the base of the ones I bought they had a zip pocket for holding a water proof cover. The zip pull tab for this is quite long, and I found there was enough swaying movement in the pannier that this was in contact with the spokes - causing a constant chink-chink sound.

I have one of those attach to seat post racks by the way. If you have a full rack, it may not be a problem. But it did strike me as a daft that anyone would put a dangling zip pull right in the position where it could potentially come into contact with moving parts of the cycle.

Unsuitable for rougher ground (the average canal tow path should be OK) though. I found mine would swing about too much and occasionally jump off.

Size wise they are rather smaller than the bigger Ortlieb panniers you see around (perhaps 2/3 to half).

Despite the problems above - which can be compensated for I feel they are very good value for the money.

@tinkerbellian - you can ride perfectly well with one pannier but you will have to slightly adjust your riding to compensate for the uneven weight distribution (and so be careful not to overload it). It will feel slightly weird to start, but persevere and you'll get used to it.


Edited By: greencat on Apr 02, 2016 06:46
They look great for the price. Instore only?
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Linda McCartney Vegetarian Red Onion & Rosemary Sausages Lidl £0.99

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Linda McCartney Vegetarian Red Onion & Rosemary Sausages 6 pack. Can't make this post any more exciting I'm afraid. Good for Slimming World as syn free
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voted Hot for being suitable for vegans unlike most of the Linda McCartney range which contains egg white.
Linda Mcartney sausage rolls are vegan!
And the country pies, and sausage plaits. The standard burgers and 1/4 lb burgers are now vegan as well.

In unrelated news (to this post) Occado are selling Vegan Quorn (no egg white it is replaced with pea and potato protein)
Thanks for the update on the burgers being Vegan will check them out.

Edited By: frownbreaker on Apr 18, 2016 12:46
Hi does anyone know how long it's on for please?
k823127
redduck
voted Hot for being suitable for vegans unlike most of the Linda McCartney range which contains egg white.
Linda Mcartney sausage rolls are vegan!
And the country pies, and sausage plaits. The standard burgers and 1/4 lb burgers are now vegan as well.
redduck
voted Hot for being suitable for vegans unlike most of the Linda McCartney range which contains egg white.


Linda Mcartney sausage rolls are vegan!
these Gluten free ?????
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SANITAS Forehead & Ear Thermometer £8.99* @ Lidl

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Multi-functional device with ear thermometer probe and forehead thermometer for non-contact readings - perfect for measuring sleeping babies, baby milk, bathwater, etc With illuminated colour-changing…
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Skyhiigh
Good price but all the medical staff we've talked to said for an accurate reading you really need one that goes under arm or in mouth. Apparently even the well known branded ones can be a fair whack out.
(we have to monitor our daughters temp very carefully)

You might be right, but strangely, in hospitals, they quite often use the ones that go in your ear. Except for in A&E where they tend to use under arm paper strips.


​Yeah it's weird, we've noticed this too. Very odd.
we have one of those that cost around £30 or more. We have it now since our son was a little boy. he's now 18 and that thing is still working. have always replaced the batteries when it asked to and bought the Braun plastic disposable covers to keep the tip clean. The thing with these is that they are IR (Infra-red) sensors and if you don't point onto the ear drum it will give you a lower temperature. That's why one should always try more than once in each ear. I have friends who bought the same model and couldn't use it. It always worked when I used theirs. It just depends how you use it. If you don't want to have the hassle then why not buying the old school type of thermometers that you just stick under the arm or put it into an orifice?
Sick deal
https://shop.briggscorp.com/img_catalog/86_20051_Lr.jpg

After trying cheap electronic and reasonably priced IR body thermometers, I bought this: classic style non toxic gallium thermometer, made by Geratherm. Showing temperature in C and F, no batteries needed - best thermometer IMO.
Only downsides are, it requires a strong arm to shake it down after use and it takes around 10 min to take a temperature reading, so not the best for elderly or small children...
I have under arm one from ebay £4 and its working perfectly and very accurate. I had braun and tommee tippee before and all are expensive and waste of money.
The under arm one is the best
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W5 engine oil 10w/40 or 15w/40 £11.99 for 5 litres @ Lidl

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spotted this in lidl colwyn bay, seems a good price for 5 litres of oil, not sure if national, hope it helps.
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Good price if your engine can take the oil.
Bit too thick for most modern stuff.
Saw some yesterday in St Helens, so think it could be national :)
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Lidl 'Pick of the Week' fruit and veg 07/04 - 13/04 59p each

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Next batch of Lidl's 4 fruit and veg offers. Conference Pears - 1kg Mild Onions - 4 pack Unwaxed Lemons - 500g Garlic - 200g Bit of a mix? Meat and fish offers - up to 1/3 off. Chicken Breast Fil…
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Decent price for the chicken breast
Should have included the chicken breast/meatballs/fish in the title. Would have got much more heat.
Duelling Duck
1nstant
Wish I had a Lidl near my house!
I wish I had a conference next to my house so I could buy some of those pears without looking like I was faking it.
me too
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conference_pear
Advert on TV last night for veg at Aldi @39p
1nstant
Wish I had a Lidl near my house!
I wish I had a conference next to my house so I could buy some of those pears without looking like I was faking it.
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VAX Rapide Spring Clean Carpet Washer - £59.99 @ Lidl

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Powerful carpet cleaning with multi-row brushbar to gently loosen and lift out embedded dirt and stubborn stains Lightweight design makes it easy to carry around your home Washes carpets and sucks up
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good price for what it is, but agree with the other posters saying pay more for the rotating brush bar. i bought the Vax 124A for around £100 as a recon model and was worth the extra money. All depends on budget really.
Sorry , these are really poor , The ones with the rotating brushbar are good , but this model with the fixed brushbar is worse than useless . Spend a bit more and ensure you get a model with the rotating brushbar .
crap,ours burnt out after little use....
these are quite poor had 1 of these spend a few more pound
adethespade
This doesn't appear to have a stairs and upholstery tool.
For bungalow dwellers only


If you only have carpet on your stairs then no, it has no use to you
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Lidl half price easter clearout (filled chocolate eggs) £0.64

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Was in my Local Lidl on Monday to do my shopping and noticed half price Easter chocolate clear out . Only had one bay on a small rack with a small amount of stock so decided not to post cos I though…
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nescafe 200g £3.19 lidl

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good price for 200g
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£2.59 @ Home Bargains.
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Ultimate Speed Hydraulic Trolley Jack at Lidl for £19.99

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I love the title of this trolley jack..... 'Ultimate Speed......' - not sure why that's relevant for a Trolley jack!!! But £20 for a 2-tonne jack seems pretty decent value. Halfords want £28, and Tool…
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You can also look for a 5pcs set in halfords which includes a jack, two stands, ratchet and few other bits for £40.
Nealio
'Ultimate Speed' is just Lidl's brand name that they sell all their motoring related stuff under.

In that case just buy one on Ebay instead. There are plenty around £18 - £20 delivered , and you can search for one with the best lift height if you want to spend about £20.
'Ultimate Speed' is just Lidl's brand name that they sell all their motoring related stuff under.
I think they use these in the F1 pits as they have ultimate speed apparently.
If I buy one for my husband, will he turn into the hunk on the photo?
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3M Universal Duct Tape - 50mm X 50m - £1.99 - LIDL - 31st March

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Easy tear black or silver duct tape. Resists moisture for reliable tape performance in moist or humid environments. Individually wrapped roll for easy identification and to keep the roll clean until r…
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Thanks. Will come in useful when I abduct the neighbours wife as an April Fool's joke.
termite
jimmybo
termite
I know there is a presumption of quality about 3M, but I have used this 'easy tear' stuff and it is useless.
Thanks for the informative post - but please expand a bit more oO
"Useless" is a very useless adjective (without explanation) in the context of this deal ;)
LOL
I think most people will realise that in this instance 'useless' means that the tape doesn't tear easily or stick very well.
I always have a few rolls of this 3M Lidl tape in stock for emergencies and have never experienced any problems
I always cut the tape anyway (for a neater edge) and the only time that I've had problems with the "sticking" is when I haven't bound it correctly - and in the process of re-applying - the original "glue" has remained intact
The copper feed pipes to my CH pump (DIY job) are still securely bound with this tape - after 2 years wear and tear

But that's a recommendation of the product - as it highlights the high quality of the glue and also the low quality of my tape repair binding efforts ;)

Edited By: jimmybo on Mar 26, 2016 01:06: Update
jimmybo
termite
I know there is a presumption of quality about 3M, but I have used this 'easy tear' stuff and it is useless.
Thanks for the informative post - but please expand a bit more oO
"Useless" is a very useless adjective (without explanation) in the context of this deal ;)
LOL
I think most people will realise that in this instance 'useless' means that the tape doesn't tear easily or stick very well.
termite
I know there is a presumption of quality about 3M, but I have used this 'easy tear' stuff and it is useless.
Thanks for the informative post - but please expand a bit more oO

"Useless" is a very useless adjective (without explanation) in the context of this deal ;)
I know there is a presumption of quality about 3M, but I have used this 'easy tear' stuff and it is useless.
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Another £5 off a £40 spend voucher in Thursday's Daily Mail (65p)

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There's another £5 off a £40 spend Lidl voucher in today's (Thursday) Daily Mail (65p) - on page 54 Valid 'till Monday March 28th so might me useful towards Monday's Lidl offers Two alcoholic products…
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Presumably you need to buy 2 alcolholic drinks to recover from buying that Daily pile of garbage.

Edited By: mp9 on Mar 24, 2016 16:35
Wow, thanks. I keep thinking Lidl are gonna stop these, like Aldi. = feel obliged to get every one, ha
also in metro
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Lidl 'Pick of the Week' veg offers 39p from Thursday 31st March - others from Monday 28th.

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The next batch of Lidl veg offers from 31st March for one week. Little gem lettuce - twin pack Celery - each Aubergines - each Cherry tomatoes - 250g (fruit I suppose?) All at 39p. Not the best, esp…
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on their website it now says 25p each I paid 29p 2 days ago
We'd go, attracted by the half price offers, and come back with a full shop. I agree that Saturday mornings were/are a zoo at Lidl - both in the shop and in the car park! At our local store, they started to do a better job of increasing the stock available, including holding some back for Sunday, so it became less of a necessity to get there early on Saturday.
cjp64
We are visiting less since Lidl stopped the weekend half price deals. I can't help thinking that was a mistake on their part.

The positive is I'd imagine, is that it's fairer for those customers who couldn't get to Lidl early on a Saturday or Sunday. There used to be queues for the more popular items (chickens etc), with customers buying the full allocated six allowance and little else, if anything. I've personally visited a Lidl store on a Saturday morning, just after 9am, and the main popular half price meat offer had sold out! Lots of complaints form irate customers and I've no doubt this has been considered in this change.
Will it ever return?
We are visiting less since Lidl stopped the weekend half price deals. I can't help thinking that was a mistake on their part.
i have been a regular lidl shopper since 2000,lol those were the days when you could go into the shop at peak times of the day and they would barely be more than 12 customers in the shop heh heh.anyhow i have always found the fruit and veg to be of good quality,and these deals are awesome,no excuse for not eating healthy now.heat added.
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£5 off a £40 spend at Lidl with today's Metro (free).

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Inside today's copy of the Metro is a voucher for £5 off a £40 spend at Lidl. Page 39. Expires Monday.
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Can confirm my local Lidl just accepted the printable metro one so thanks OP and qwertyuiop1234 :)

Edited By: redhot999 on Mar 25, 2016 15:02: .
qwertyuiop1234
The printable one from last weeks Metro post is still valid for the weekend toohttp://pages.cdn.pagesuite.com/f/f/ff7c3f64-a14f-4b14-82ab-9194648283d0/page.pdf
For those of you that say you cant print it - I did last week - twice. Ask the friendly cashier to stop at £40 and used one - then used a 2nd one at the end of the weekly shop - Oh yes folks you can do a weekly shop at Lidl. Just be open minded eh?
@qwertyuiop1234, Could you advise how to find pages from that site? It would be very useful to know. Many thanks.
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evostick47
splender
CookinBat
splender
bordonman
splender
Thank you for taking the time to contact us and for your patience whilst I looked into your comments.
Unfortunately a printed copy of the voucher will not be accepted and you would need a hard copy of the leaflet with the voucher.
I hope this information helps.
Yours sincerely, For and on behalf of Lidl UK GmbH
Wow a reply from Lidl. How did you get that? I shop at Lidl but when I've contacted their customer services (twice) no response at all.
On their web site, go to Customer Services , https://ssl.lidl.co.uk/en/customer-service-contact-form-uk.htm
Not accepting a home printed copy defies logic and common sense, as the core business objective is to encourage a customer to spend £40 by offering a £5 discount, even the paper METRO is free. The act of compulsorily needing (though many do get away with a printed one) a customer to get a free copy of METRO counters this business objective of encouraging people to spend £40 which is counter intuitive and a feeling of management dysfunctional behaviour.
It may be something to do with people selling the coupons on instore. A friend of mine was approached and asked if they were interested in buying a coupon for £1.50, they declined then saw him ask someone else nearby. They did buy it off her. Definitely a Hukdster lol..
That would be a disasterous anti human behaviour of punishing the rest of 999 apples as potentially bad when one bad apple out of 1000.
​Disastrous Anti Human behaviour?!
It's just a voucher. Chill brother.
CookinBat
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CookinBat
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bordonman
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Thank you for taking the time to contact us and for your patience whilst I looked into your comments.
Unfortunately a printed copy of the voucher will not be accepted and you would need a hard copy of the leaflet with the voucher.
I hope this information helps.
Yours sincerely, For and on behalf of Lidl UK GmbH
Wow a reply from Lidl. How did you get that? I shop at Lidl but when I've contacted their customer services (twice) no response at all.
On their web site, go to Customer Services , https://ssl.lidl.co.uk/en/customer-service-contact-form-uk.htm
Not accepting a home printed copy defies logic and common sense, as the core business objective is to encourage a customer to spend £40 by offering a £5 discount, even the paper METRO is free. The act of compulsorily needing (though many do get away with a printed one) a customer to get a free copy of METRO counters this business objective of encouraging people to spend £40 which is counter intuitive and a feeling of management dysfunctional behaviour.
It may be something to do with people selling the coupons on instore. A friend of mine was approached and asked if they were interested in buying a coupon for £1.50, they declined then saw him ask someone else nearby. They did buy it off her. Definitely a Hukdster lol..
That would be a disasterous anti human behaviour of punishing the rest of 999 apples as potentially bad when one bad apple out of 1000.
Me think the lady doth protest too muchX) 1 in a 1000? Can I have your source on this?
It is only a voucher after all. I printed one anyway.
Awaits the "I've been banned from Lidlol thread:p
evostick47
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CookinBat
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bordonman
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Thank you for taking the time to contact us and for your patience whilst I looked into your comments.
Unfortunately a printed copy of the voucher will not be accepted and you would need a hard copy of the leaflet with the voucher.
I hope this information helps.
Yours sincerely, For and on behalf of Lidl UK GmbH
Wow a reply from Lidl. How did you get that? I shop at Lidl but when I've contacted their customer services (twice) no response at all.
On their web site, go to Customer Services , https://ssl.lidl.co.uk/en/customer-service-contact-form-uk.htm
Not accepting a home printed copy defies logic and common sense, as the core business objective is to encourage a customer to spend £40 by offering a £5 discount, even the paper METRO is free. The act of compulsorily needing (though many do get away with a printed one) a customer to get a free copy of METRO counters this business objective of encouraging people to spend £40 which is counter intuitive and a feeling of management dysfunctional behaviour.
It may be something to do with people selling the coupons on instore. A friend of mine was approached and asked if they were interested in buying a coupon for £1.50, they declined then saw him ask someone else nearby. They did buy it off her. Definitely a Hukdster lol..
That would be a disasterous anti human behaviour of punishing the rest of 999 apples as potentially bad when one bad apple out of 1000.
​Disastrous Anti Human behaviour?!
It's just a voucher. Chill brother.

CookinBat
splender
CookinBat
splender
bordonman
splender
Thank you for taking the time to contact us and for your patience whilst I looked into your comments.
Unfortunately a printed copy of the voucher will not be accepted and you would need a hard copy of the leaflet with the voucher.
I hope this information helps.
Yours sincerely, For and on behalf of Lidl UK GmbH
Wow a reply from Lidl. How did you get that? I shop at Lidl but when I've contacted their customer services (twice) no response at all.
On their web site, go to Customer Services , https://ssl.lidl.co.uk/en/customer-service-contact-form-uk.htm
Not accepting a home printed copy defies logic and common sense, as the core business objective is to encourage a customer to spend £40 by offering a £5 discount, even the paper METRO is free. The act of compulsorily needing (though many do get away with a printed one) a customer to get a free copy of METRO counters this business objective of encouraging people to spend £40 which is counter intuitive and a feeling of management dysfunctional behaviour.
It may be something to do with people selling the coupons on instore. A friend of mine was approached and asked if they were interested in buying a coupon for £1.50, they declined then saw him ask someone else nearby. They did buy it off her. Definitely a Hukdster lol..
That would be a disasterous anti human behaviour of punishing the rest of 999 apples as potentially bad when one bad apple out of 1000.
Me think the lady doth protest too muchX) 1 in a 1000? Can I have your source on this?
It is only a voucher after all. I printed one anyway.
splender
CookinBat
splender
bordonman
splender
Thank you for taking the time to contact us and for your patience whilst I looked into your comments.
Unfortunately a printed copy of the voucher will not be accepted and you would need a hard copy of the leaflet with the voucher.
I hope this information helps.
Yours sincerely, For and on behalf of Lidl UK GmbH
Wow a reply from Lidl. How did you get that? I shop at Lidl but when I've contacted their customer services (twice) no response at all.
On their web site, go to Customer Services , https://ssl.lidl.co.uk/en/customer-service-contact-form-uk.htm
Not accepting a home printed copy defies logic and common sense, as the core business objective is to encourage a customer to spend £40 by offering a £5 discount, even the paper METRO is free. The act of compulsorily needing (though many do get away with a printed one) a customer to get a free copy of METRO counters this business objective of encouraging people to spend £40 which is counter intuitive and a feeling of management dysfunctional behaviour.
It may be something to do with people selling the coupons on instore. A friend of mine was approached and asked if they were interested in buying a coupon for £1.50, they declined then saw him ask someone else nearby. They did buy it off her. Definitely a Hukdster lol..
That would be a disasterous anti human behaviour of punishing the rest of 999 apples as potentially bad when one bad apple out of 1000.
Me think the lady doth protest too muchX) 1 in a 1000? Can I have your source on this?