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m&s roaster tin app. was £9.50 now £2.50

£2.50 @ Marks & Spencer
few people moaning this is from mse website which says Top pick! £2.50 roaster tin. Was £9.50 at M&S. Crack-ling deal Treated with a non-stick coating, this great value oven tray fulfils all your … Read More
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few people moaning this is from mse website which says
Top pick! £2.50 roaster tin. Was £9.50 at M&S. Crack-ling deal
Treated with a non-stick coating, this great value oven tray fulfils all your baking needs
think there is a code get 10% off + free delv
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#1
How do you know it was reduced from £10?
#2
was on mse forum
#3
Not reduced from £10, it has always been this price (bought last year and another a couple of months ago), good price though.
#4
this on mse

Top pick! £2.50 roaster tin. Was £9.50 at M&S. Crack-ling deal
[mod]#5
Thanks babymanor, good price and just what I need 8)
#6
anyone got the free delivery code ?
#7
I am certain that these have always been £2.50. They are part of their Value/Basics range of kitchen equipment. They regularly do 20% off events which brings it down to £2.00.
#8
babymanor
this on mseTop pick! £2.50 roaster tin. Was £9.50 at M&S. Crack-ling deal

This was not ever £9.50 - the £9.50one is still £9.50. Click Here

Looks as if someone has misinterpreted the MSE deal thread - nowhwere on there does it ever say it was £9.50.
#9
Heres the link to the MSE thread.

MSE M&S Roasting tin thread

If your buy this you may end up with a lower quality product than you may have been led to expect.

Not saying its not a decent price but it is the price it is supposed to be - i.e. no reduction.
#11
cheap thin tin just like the ones in poundland
#12
Free Delivery code is PERWEB02
#13
millarcat - How is it a good price? If its the normal price I don't see how it is a 'deal', and the title is misleading. Bit disappointing to see a mod heap praise on such a non-deal when two people had already pointed out the title is wrong...
#14
sell these in asda for £1.50
#15
I bought one of these before they were reduced and are very good!
#16
Hmm. Still don't really agree with the updated title. "Now £2.50" still implies it was previously a different price, and still implies it was a deal.

With no evidence to suggest it was ever any more expensive and anecdotal evidence hinting it has previously been cheaper (#3) I really can see how this qualifies as being a 'deal' and how it warrants the heat it has; its the standard price..

Is it fair game for people to simply look at the price of any item in any store, post it as a deal with a misleading title, then get the heat? Seems daft to me.


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I bought one of these before they were reduced and are very good!


What did you buy? These are not the £9.50 roasting tins from M&S...

Edited By: jah128 on Nov 24, 2010 12:34
#17
jah128
millarcat - How is it a good price? If its the normal price I don't see how it is a 'deal', and the title is misleading. Bit disappointing to see a mod heap praise on such a non-deal when two people had already pointed out the title is wrong...

if its not for you fine what you getting all aggressive about if you feel that strong have a word with martin on mse
#18
I'm not getting aggressive, and don't take it personally, I just think its unfair that a 'deal' reaches the front-page [and denies another deal from the opportunity to do so] on the basis of a misleading title..

I am sure you didn't mean to mislead, but I'm also sure that some people will have voted hot on the basis of an M&S product being reduced by 75%, in the knowledge that M&S prices, whilst not generally cheap, and usually not unrealistically high to begin with. I'm not saying its bad value either, its probably a good roaster for £2.50, but I'm sure its also nowhere near as good as the £9.50 one...

(And what has Martin/MSE got to do with it - they never said it was a tenner...?)
#19
jah128
this is whats on mse
Top pick! £2.50 roaster tin. Was £9.50 at M&S. Crack-ling deal
thats why i said take it up with martin
#20
babymanor
jah128this is whats on mse Top pick! £2.50 roaster tin. Was £9.50 at M&S. Crack-ling dealthats why i said take it up with martin

Just because someone at MSE has got it wrong doesnt mean we have to follow.

As has been pointed out there is another dish that is £9.50 and it still is £9.50 - thats where the confusion at MSE has happened.

A deal like this would be for me as I actually do need some new ovenwear bits & bobs & if this was 75% off I would jump at it.... but its not.

I'm sure no-one wants to appear as being aggressive but we are simply pointing out the facts i.e. this tray has not been reduced in price.
#21
By the way babymanor - thanks for your deal for boots @ Amazon - Got me in the good books with her indoors.
#22
expired as non deal if everyone happy ok
#23
Do you use this with the iphone? ;)

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