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MARKS AND SPENCER FREE RANGE BRONZE TURKEYS £63 DOWN TO £6.30 INSTORE

£6.30 @ Marks & Spencer
THEY HAD A SHELF FULL OF THESE TURKEYS AND OTHERS AT A 10th OF THE ORIGINAL PRICE DATED TILL DEC 30th IN MARKS AND SPENCER HARBORNE.
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THEY HAD A SHELF FULL OF THESE TURKEYS AND OTHERS AT A 10th OF THE ORIGINAL PRICE DATED TILL DEC 30th IN MARKS AND SPENCER HARBORNE.
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maxeyt
After seeing pictures of green turkey meat today, ill be sticking to soya products oO
Think I would prefer green turkey to soya. Urgh! X)
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THANK YOU !
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bri2727
How long do turkeys last in the freezer?

until the air runs out usually :)
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OK GREAT HEAT ADDED
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they have loads left because £63 is a ridiculous price for a turkey

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OK GREAT HEAT ADDED
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Enough turkey
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THAT IS SOMETHING TO SHOUT ABOUT FOR SURE.
1 Like #5
RELEASE THE GEESE - The Turkeys Im mean the Turkeys hahahahahaa :p voted hot ;)
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THANK YOU !
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1 Like #7
I Luv Turkey, still not found a bargain one will pop to marks in da morning & hv a look. Thanx Op heat added (_;)
1 Like #8
you did well I think I got about 75% off with todays date
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After seeing pictures of green turkey meat today, ill be sticking to soya products oO
1 Like #10
​Green turkey meat is when it has been cooked and left out in the open too long without being refrigerated after cooking and or has been sat in the fridge uncovered for 4/5 days after cooking to which it will begin to turn x
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maxeyt
After seeing pictures of green turkey meat today, ill be sticking to soya products oO
Oooh . That looks yummy !
1 Like #12
"The off-colour meat is thought to be caused by a degenerative muscle condition in turkeys commonly referred to as Green Muscle Disease, and is not harmful."DM quote.
2 Likes #13
Turkeys were reduced by half price or more at Marks & Spencer and most other retailers at 4pm on Xmas eve ... something to consider for next year x
#14
tasty ;)
#15
It's a clucking great deal, my missus bought one from Princess Park, Sutton Coldfield, plenty there earlier.
#16
Stickered so store specific.
9 Likes #17
maxeyt
After seeing pictures of green turkey meat today, ill be sticking to soya products oO
Think I would prefer green turkey to soya. Urgh! X)
1 Like #18
It's just one turkey reduced. Rang the store before sending my sister who lives at the back of the store ( Metchely Lane ) to pick one up. I was told it's just one turkey reduced and sister went in to confirmed what was said on the phone.
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bargain1girl
It's just one turkey reduced. Rang the store before sending my sister who lives at the back of the store ( Metchely Lane ) to pick one up. I was told it's just one turkey reduced and sister went in to confirmed what was said on the phone.
They had loads of turkeys... I bought 3 no pleasing some people...
#20
Prefer the Stainless Steel one's, as they are easier to clean.
1 Like #21
the great christmas rip off, shows how much markup!!!!

Edited By: newbiemuppet on Dec 28, 2016 23:46
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they have loads left because £63 is a ridiculous price for a turkey
#23
i didn't know turkeys needed fake tan oO
#24
bargain1girl
It's just one turkey reduced. Rang the store before sending my sister who lives at the back of the store ( Metchely Lane ) to pick one up. I was told it's just one turkey reduced and sister went in to confirmed what was said on the phone.
They were all 90% off in Stafford as well, I got 2 crowns around lunchtime yesterday.
#25
its bad enough eating it on Christmas day.. never mind any other time in year.. will it freeze for 12m???
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maxeyt
After seeing pictures of green turkey meat today, ill be sticking to soya products oO



​You think that's bad i once found a golden ticket in my chocolate, was gonna take Wiley Mr Wonka to court on public safety concerns. do you know he turned his entire staff orange just for laughs, wouldn't surprise me if he's the culprit behind these green turkeys, his madness knows no bounds.
#27
went yesterday said was £31.50 half price :(
#28
hmm mite be worth a look at Kingston Park??
2 Likes #29
eset12345
they have loads left because £63 is a ridiculous price for a turkey


​no, these are the original pretty selective breeding turkeys that were eaten prior to Bernard Matthews. They are expensive to produce which is why people didn't eat turkey very commonly prior to the modern variant. They do have much more flavour however, and they are free range so you know the bird had a better life than most prior to the inevitable. As with everything, you get what you pay for
#30
Yay, more turkey! Just when I thought we were going to finally run out.
#31
maxeyt
After seeing pictures of green turkey meat today, ill be sticking to soya products oO



Oh my that is disgusting
1 Like #32
The Green you is means it's turning............ Turning into the Hulk
:rofl:
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£63 quid for a turkey?
Get stuffed.
#34
loadsavmoney
i didn't know turkeys needed fake tan oO
These are not just any turkeys - these are...
#35
After my experience in there on Christmas Eve I've concluded that M&S stands for Marley & Scrooge. There were so many unsold non reduced turkeys at closing time (dated 24th-26th December). The security guard was permanently in the turkey aisle because a lot of customers were complaining.
#36
fabsaver
After my experience in there on Christmas Eve I've concluded that M&S stands for Marley & Scrooge. There were so many unsold non reduced turkeys at closing time (dated 24th-26th December). The security guard was permanently in the turkey aisle because a lot of customers were complaining.

Complaining that they wouldn't reduce stuff? My brother used to work in a supermarket, it was standard procedure to never reduce while the vultures circled. Some would get everything in their basket then bring it to you to insist you put further reductions on, but store policy was only things unattended on shelves got reduced. If too many people got demanding the stock just went out the back and then it was up to the boss what happened to it. They were basically told don't encourage those wanting final reductions because it can stop others buying at the one before.
#37
Remember to take the giblets out
#38
Anyone seen any north London way? Seems some didn't get enough on Christmas Day?
#39
maxeyt
After seeing pictures of green turkey meat today, ill be sticking to soya products oO


Cant do either but given the choice I choose turkey, soya is well known for its feminine properties.
#40
tek-monkey
fabsaver
After my experience in there on Christmas Eve I've concluded that M&S stands for Marley & Scrooge. There were so many unsold non reduced turkeys at closing time (dated 24th-26th December). The security guard was permanently in the turkey aisle because a lot of customers were complaining.
Complaining that they wouldn't reduce stuff? My brother used to work in a supermarket, it was standard procedure to never reduce while the vultures circled. Some would get everything in their basket then bring it to you to insist you put further reductions on, but store policy was only things unattended on shelves got reduced. If too many people got demanding the stock just went out the back and then it was up to the boss what happened to it. They were basically told don't encourage those wanting final reductions because it can stop others buying at the one before.
The stock was just left unattended on the shelves, apparently not reduced at all. That is why people were complaining. It was such a shame to see all that food wasted.

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