Marmite 1KG (4x250g) for £7.36 at Amazon - now up to £8.02, still pretty good? - HotUKDeals
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Well, it's marmite, hopefully enough for a week or two.

Reduced price £8.18 but save an extra 10% with Subscribe & Save: Sign up to have this item delivered at a regular interval of your choice, and the current price drops to £7.36

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#1
this'll do nicely for patching the tarmac on the drive :)
#2
Love it! heat added.
2 Likes #3
Hate it! heat added.
#4
1kg of marmite lmao I like it as much as the next but
thats a hell of a lot of the black stuff
#5
a lifetimes supply of marmite for under 8 quid
#6
If only I didn't still have three 500g jars in the cupboard...

Heat added.
#7
A lifetime's supply even if you live to be 100!
#8
Good find, ordered and heat added.

Can I cancel the subscription straight away or wait for the first shipment?
#9
Straight away looks ok, but out of paranoia you might want to put it at 6 months and cancel it after despatch (which is what I'm doing)

Although if it stays this price they may get another order or two from me :)
#10
Seems great and I eat marmite a few times a week on toast. I'm put off by not knowing the best before date in advance
#11
tonygee
Seems great and I eat marmite a few times a week on toast. I'm put off by not knowing the best before date in advance


Hmm... well I doubt they're shifting short-dated goods, and technically I guess you're covered by the distance selling regulations?

Amazon have been ok the couple of times I've had to return an item (admittedly never tried to return food!), and the coffee I bought from them a few months back had a couple of years to run. I'll pop back and let you know how long the date is on mine when they turn up.
#12
tonygee
Seems great and I eat marmite a few times a week on toast. I'm put off by not knowing the best before date in advance
Like a good wine, matures with age !
#13
Great offer (heat added).

Am I the only person for whoom 4x 250g jars of Marmite would only last a couple of months tops?
(I don't even eat it everyday but when I do have it, I do like to taste it).
#14
trebor
Great offer (heat added).

Am I the only person for whoom 4x 250g jars of Marmite would only last a couple of months tops?
(I don't even eat it everyday but when I do have it, I do like to taste it).


I reckon 4-6 weeks...
#15
In my cupboard shelf life is inverselt proportional to cost. If it is cheap it will get eaten faster.

Personally I find the £1.50 jars of Asda yeast extract pack all the punch of real marmite.

Someone told me this was made from the scrapings left over after brewing beer. If only my homebrew tasted half as good as this!
#16
A kilo in our house would only last a max of 3 months...
#17
zaphodbb
In my cupboard shelf life is inverselt proportional to cost. If it is cheap it will get eaten faster.

Personally I find the £1.50 jars of Asda yeast extract pack all the punch of real marmite.

Someone told me this was made from the scrapings left over after brewing beer. If only my homebrew tasted half as good as this!


The Fullers brewery does sell its excess yeast to be made into Marmite, according to the old chap who does the tour. Presumably others do too.

The Asda own brand yeast extract is £1.66 for 240g, so about £6.91 for the same quantity. To be honest I'd spring the extra 45p, and I normally do tend to buy the Tesco one which I think is identical to the Asda one (similar price, quite pleasant, I like it, but it's not quite the same as Marmite)
#18
I bought this about 3 weeks ago and the date on the one jar left (!) is April 2012 :)

Edited By: kettle on Jun 14, 2011 10:40
#19
If you seal your windows and doors with this stuff you are sorted for WW3. Not even a nuclear holocaust will damage your house.
#20
zaphodbb
In my cupboard shelf life is inverselt proportional to cost. If it is cheap it will get eaten faster.

Personally I find the £1.50 jars of Asda yeast extract pack all the punch of real marmite.

Someone told me this was made from the scrapings left over after brewing beer. If only my homebrew tasted half as good as this!


Put it this way I live not too far from the Marmite factory, which is right next door to the Coors brewery.
#21
I didn't vote this deal hot or cold, as I don't want to conform to the usual 'either you like it, or you don't' stereo-type that usually surrounds this product.
#22
PR1
tonygee
Seems great and I eat marmite a few times a week on toast. I'm put off by not knowing the best before date in advance


Hmm... well I doubt they're shifting short-dated goods, and technically I guess you're covered by the distance selling regulations?

Amazon have been ok the couple of times I've had to return an item (admittedly never tried to return food!), and the coffee I bought from them a few months back had a couple of years to run. I'll pop back and let you know how long the date is on mine when they turn up.


Date on mine: April 2012.

No chance they'll make it.
#23
Price has risen a little since OP.
#24
Yuk....I love it....or do I? Heat added, or is it....??
banned#25
:p(_;)
#26
I don't love or hate Marmite. It's just okay!
#27
Or just scoop them all out and put it in this for convenience...
#28
What makes this a deal? Subscribe and Save has been posted already many many times
#29
eww yeast
#30
People who don't like Marmite are just wierd :p
#31
Flombard
What makes this a deal? Subscribe and Save has been posted already many many times

Well it works out about the same price as Tesco/Asda's own-brand equivalent, which I thought was pretty good. RRP allegedly 14.59 so if that's realistic it was a 50% saving.

Gone up to £8.02 now though, still a fairly reasonable price @£2 per 250g .. (I think it's normally £3+?)
#32
nickallsop1
a lifetimes supply of marmite for under 8 quid

More like a month or so but it's a pretty good price!
#33
anyone want to help me smuggle this into the Nordic countries who have banned this? We can be Marmite pushers on the streets of Copenhagen. :)
#34
Apparently an EXCELLENT source of B12...
Hate it but HEAT added...


http://www.marmite.com/love/nutrition/

Edited By: SesameStreetKid on Jun 15, 2011 23:19: Website
#35
Price has gone up again. £10.29 / £9.26
#36
voucherman01
Price has gone up again. £10.29 / £9.26


Oh well, hope a few folks got in before it did. (almost wish I'd ordered two lol )

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