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Mccain lightly spiced wedges 750g ONLY 34p with voucher@ Morrisons

£0.34 @ Morrisons
I was in Morrisons today loading up with my reduced priced toilet rolls and I noticed that the Mccain wedges were on offer for 84p. I had planned on popping down to Tesco for them later in the week bu… Read More
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6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago
I was in Morrisons today loading up with my reduced priced toilet rolls and I noticed that the Mccain wedges were on offer for 84p. I had planned on popping down to Tesco for them later in the week but figured that i was getting a better deal at 34p a bag. sadly i only had two coupons but i will be back to stock up again along with some more loo rolls!

link about the coupon
http://www.hotukdeals.com/vouchers/50p-off-mccain-potato-products/870183

fill ya boots people. as I believe there is no limit to the vouchers.
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2 Likes #1
you can select "dont have a printer" and they post the vouchers to you.
#2
This is going to get mega hot!

£1 at Tesco & Ocado
£1.50 at Asda
£1.64 at Sainsbury's
#3
hot
#4
Good deal

But beware.....these are not lightly spiced
#5
only allowed 2 vouchers, but great deal
#6
These are lovely!

Each bag only contains enough for 3-4 adults though.

Will be printing off numerous vouchers and stocking up, shame the vouchers you have to print are a full sheet of A4 and then you just have to cut off the bottom part. A total waste of ink.

Thanks OP
#7
Thanks OP,printed.
#8
thanks
#9
Cheers OP hot :)
1 Like #10
Fair price for three potatoes I guess!
#11
Very good price = Hot Deal
Taste wise, try the Aldi ones, much nicer :)
#12
have some heat!
#13
Just as a side note you can join McCain's 'Its all good' site, get 25 points weekly for freebies and also every other page I clicked offered me a 50p voucher off various items - which I'd assume can be used anywhere.
#14
:) .........
1 Like #15
ive found over cooking these slightly makes them nicer
2 Likes #16
Cheap as chips!
#17
joeprosho
ive found over cooking these slightly makes them nicer


yeah me too. loverly
#18
Presuming you can use them even though it says 'cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer" I guess they mean multiple vouchers in one transaction unless im wrong?
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Take potato... cut into wedges.. par boil for 3-5 minutes, place on baking tray.. chuck herbs, spices and olive oil on, stick in over for 20 mins.

Is that too difficult for some people? ...obviously.

Edited By: Tom Servo on Feb 08, 2011 16:36
4 Likes #20
Tom Servo
Take potato... cut into wedges.. par boil for 3-5 minutes, place on baking tray.. chuck herbs, spices and olive oil on, stick in over for 20 mins.

Is that too difficult for some people? ...obviously.



take one bag of Mccain lightly spiced wedges cut open bag , lay on baking tray put in oven....speedy wedges....enjoy a cuppa or a beer while waiting.
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katya1971
Tom Servo
Take potato... cut into wedges.. par boil for 3-5 minutes, place on baking tray.. chuck herbs, spices and olive oil on, stick in over for 20 mins.Is that too difficult for some people? ...obviously.
take one bag of Mccain lightly spiced wedges cut open bag , lay on baking tray put in oven....speedy wedges....enjoy a cuppa or a beer while waiting.

Fair enough.... IMO people who buy these have either more money than sense or are lazy.... and possibly both.
#22
Tom Servo
Take potato... cut into wedges.. par boil for 3-5 minutes, place on baking tray.. chuck herbs, spices and olive oil on, stick in over for 20 mins.

Is that too difficult for some people? ...obviously.

TBH, i would happily pay someone 34p to do all that for me.
And this is a lot easier if you just fancy a handfull of wedges.

Does that make sense?....obviously.
#23
hot,hot,hot deal!!!
#24
thanks for this - are they really hot?
#25
anyone know how much the 'curly fries' and 'footballs' are in morrisons? as you can 50p off them...
#26
Tom Servo
katya1971
Tom Servo
Take potato... cut into wedges.. par boil for 3-5 minutes, place on baking tray.. chuck herbs, spices and olive oil on, stick in over for 20 mins.Is that too difficult for some people? ...obviously.
take one bag of Mccain lightly spiced wedges cut open bag , lay on baking tray put in oven....speedy wedges....enjoy a cuppa or a beer while waiting.


Fair enough.... IMO people who buy these have either more money than sense or are lazy.... and possibly both.


More money than sense?! I'm happy to pay a measly amount of money to have them made for me! Even at full price it's sod all.
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timtim86
Tom Servo
katya1971
Tom Servo
Take potato... cut into wedges.. par boil for 3-5 minutes, place on baking tray.. chuck herbs, spices and olive oil on, stick in over for 20 mins.Is that too difficult for some people? ...obviously.
take one bag of Mccain lightly spiced wedges cut open bag , lay on baking tray put in oven....speedy wedges....enjoy a cuppa or a beer while waiting.
Fair enough.... IMO people who buy these have either more money than sense or are lazy.... and possibly both.
More money than sense?! I'm happy to pay a measly amount of money to have them made for me! Even at full price it's sod all.

There is a deal on today... but people taking advantage of this offer will be people who buy them anyway. It takes a couple of minutes to cut up a few potatos.... so in your case lazy is the very least that applies.


Edited By: Tom Servo on Feb 08, 2011 18:38: spelling
#28
katya1971
Tom Servo
Take potato... cut into wedges.. par boil for 3-5 minutes, place on baking tray.. chuck herbs, spices and olive oil on, stick in over for 20 mins.

Is that too difficult for some people? ...obviously.


Both equally valid!

take one bag of Mccain lightly spiced wedges cut open bag , lay on baking tray put in oven....speedy wedges....enjoy a cuppa or a beer while waiting.
#29
Only 82p minus the 50p =32p at taunton morrisons so 2p cheaper,every little helps.
2 Likes #30
hey dont forget to heat up my vouchers too :)
#31
yeah 82p in kettering too, so 32p each, hot, ta
#32
Tom Servo
Take potato... cut into wedges.. par boil for 3-5 minutes, place on baking tray.. chuck herbs, spices and olive oil on, stick in over for 20 mins.

Is that too difficult for some people? ...obviously.

Boil water, remove eyes from potatoes, peel potatoes, wash pan, wash knife, wash peeler, wash chopping board..........
Sometimes the convenience and price of lightly spiced wedges when on a promotion just about beats the manual method.
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spock1958
Tom Servo
Take potato... cut into wedges.. par boil for 3-5 minutes, place on baking tray.. chuck herbs, spices and olive oil on, stick in over for 20 mins.Is that too difficult for some people? ...obviously.
Boil water, remove eyes from potatoes, peel potatoes, wash pan, wash knife, wash peeler, wash chopping board..........Sometimes the convenience and price of lightly spiced wedges when on a promotion just about beats the manual method.
You dont need to peel them for one. And if you dont leave your spuds laying around they dont have eyes.... yours do cos they just lay there while you eat oven ready chips.
#34
And he fails to realise the cost of potatoes, spices and herbs will be more than 34p! And they can be left in the freezer alot longer for whenever you want rather than potatoes which are going to go bad over time. Do you feel the need to educate people walking down the ready meal aisle too haha
#35
Can't believe you lot are arguing over wedges!

Worth 34p in my opinion.

Have some heat.
#36
Got voucher sent out great deal, love curly fries Mmmmm. ;) heat added
#37
Tom Servo
timtim86
Tom Servo
katya1971
Tom Servo
Take potato... cut into wedges.. par boil for 3-5 minutes, place on baking tray.. chuck herbs, spices and olive oil on, stick in over for 20 mins.Is that too difficult for some people? ...obviously.
take one bag of Mccain lightly spiced wedges cut open bag , lay on baking tray put in oven....speedy wedges....enjoy a cuppa or a beer while waiting.
Fair enough.... IMO people who buy these have either more money than sense or are lazy.... and possibly both.
More money than sense?! I'm happy to pay a measly amount of money to have them made for me! Even at full price it's sod all.
There is a deal on today... but people taking advantage of this offer will be people who buy them anyway. It takes a couple of minutes to cut up a few potatos.... so in your case lazy is the very least that applies.

meh, sticking a few chips in the oven is hardly the worlds greatest crime, there not gna be great for you whether you make them yourself or throw these in the oven, yeah its a bit lazy but i hate it more whne people are dependant upon ready meals and wont even cook themselves a main meal once a week.. but these are chips covered in a bit of crap, and if i cut up potato and do it myself there probs gna end up covered crap (notably salt) so its no skin off my nose
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joeprosho
Tom Servo
timtim86
Tom Servo
katya1971
Tom Servo
Take potato... cut into wedges.. par boil for 3-5 minutes, place on baking tray.. chuck herbs, spices and olive oil on, stick in over for 20 mins.Is that too difficult for some people? ...obviously.
take one bag of Mccain lightly spiced wedges cut open bag , lay on baking tray put in oven....speedy wedges....enjoy a cuppa or a beer while waiting.
Fair enough.... IMO people who buy these have either more money than sense or are lazy.... and possibly both.
More money than sense?! I'm happy to pay a measly amount of money to have them made for me! Even at full price it's sod all.
There is a deal on today... but people taking advantage of this offer will be people who buy them anyway. It takes a couple of minutes to cut up a few potatos.... so in your case lazy is the very least that applies.
meh, sticking a few chips in the oven is hardly the worlds greatest crime, there not gna be great for you whether you make them yourself or throw these in the oven, yeah its a bit lazy but i hate it more whne people are dependant upon ready meals and wont even cook themselves a main meal once a week.. but these are chips covered in a bit of crap, and if i cut up potato and do it myself there probs gna end up covered crap (notably salt) so its no skin off my nose

No you're right... but it makes me laugh when lazy people try to validate their excuses....... "oh but you have to wash the chopping board and knife"..... big ****ing deal. I'm sure if they could afford it they would have servants chewing the food first and spitting it out on a spoon to be fed to them so they dont have to chew or lift their arms.

Edited By: Tom Servo on Feb 09, 2011 01:02
#39
Tom Servo
joeprosho
Tom Servo
timtim86
Tom Servo
katya1971
Tom Servo
Take potato... cut into wedges.. par boil for 3-5 minutes, place on baking tray.. chuck herbs, spices and olive oil on, stick in over for 20 mins.Is that too difficult for some people? ...obviously.
take one bag of Mccain lightly spiced wedges cut open bag , lay on baking tray put in oven....speedy wedges....enjoy a cuppa or a beer while waiting.
Fair enough.... IMO people who buy these have either more money than sense or are lazy.... and possibly both.
More money than sense?! I'm happy to pay a measly amount of money to have them made for me! Even at full price it's sod all.
There is a deal on today... but people taking advantage of this offer will be people who buy them anyway. It takes a couple of minutes to cut up a few potatos.... so in your case lazy is the very least that applies.
meh, sticking a few chips in the oven is hardly the worlds greatest crime, there not gna be great for you whether you make them yourself or throw these in the oven, yeah its a bit lazy but i hate it more whne people are dependant upon ready meals and wont even cook themselves a main meal once a week.. but these are chips covered in a bit of crap, and if i cut up potato and do it myself there probs gna end up covered crap (notably salt) so its no skin off my nose
No you're right... but it makes me laugh when lazy people try to validate their excuses....... "oh but you have to wash the chopping board and knife"..... big ****ing deal. I'm sure if they could afford it they would have servants chewing the food first and spitting it out on a spoon to be fed to them so they dont have to chew or lift their arms.

you ever see big brother where mikey chewed about 5kg of brussels sprouts and spat them out before trying to swallow it all in one big effort
#40
82p in Queensbury as well. They also had sea salt and cracked pepper, and thyme, rosemary and parsley varieties at the same price.

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