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McLelland Seriously Strong White Cheddar, 200g for 93p at Tesco

£0.93 @ Tesco
As per title, Tesco have 200g blocks of McLelland Seriously Strong White Cheddar on a half price offer of 93p right now. Okay, this is always on offer somewhere, but it is usually 400g for £2, so thi… Read More
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8y, 4w agoFound 8 years, 4 weeks ago
As per title, Tesco have 200g blocks of McLelland Seriously Strong White Cheddar on a half price offer of 93p right now. Okay, this is always on offer somewhere, but it is usually 400g for £2, so this works out 7% cheaper and you don't have to buy in bulk.

They also have 400g blocks of Cathedral City Mature Yet Mellow Cheddar at £3.85 BOGOF.

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#1
I'm praying tis is in Walkden Tesco... Just got me in the mood for cheese on toast and half a bottle of brown sauce...
#2
Bargain! Good post, cheers!
#3
Good offer - thanks.

If you prefer to avoid Tesco like the plague, Waitrose have much the same offer - £3.69 for 400gm, buy one get one free.
#4
Newbold
Good offer - thanks.

If you prefer to avoid Tesco like the plague, Waitrose have much the same offer - £3.69 for 400gm, buy one get one free.


don't know what i would do with nearly a kilo of cheese ! will stick to 99p worth, into tesco with a £1 and out with some nice cheese and change too.

great find have some heat
#5
This is a bargain - I love this stuff!
#6
Newbold
Good offer - thanks.

If you prefer to avoid Tesco like the plague, Waitrose have much the same offer - £3.69 for 400gm, buy one get one free.

What's with all the anti-Tesco stuff? Seems to be a British disease: a successful British company so people have to knock it!

This may be a similar price per gm but far less convenient or flexible.
#7
Besford;5078188
What's with all the anti-Tesco stuff? Seems to be a British disease: a successful British company so people have to knock it!


People knock it not because it's successful (no problem with that at all) but because of its business methods. Ask one of their suppliers what they think of Tesco. Or ask anyone with any knowledge of planning law. Tesco has become the new Microsoft - if you love Microsoft you'll probably love Tesco. Both of them have their supporters, but they both have many enemies - and one of the reasons is that they act as if they were above the law.

http://www.tescopoly.org/ - "Every little hurts"

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/5261844.stm - Tesco 'breaching planning laws'

Happy to vote the deal itself hot, though.
#8
littlemeglet
don't know what i would do with nearly a kilo of cheese ! will stick to 99p worth, into tesco with a £1 and out with some nice cheese and change too.

great find have some heat


Since when has 400gm been 'nearly a kilo'? Where did you go to school? :-D

Hot deal.
banned#9
Besford
What's with all the anti-Tesco stuff? Seems to be a British disease: a successful British company so people have to knock it!

This may be a similar price per gm but far less convenient or flexible.


It is the British disease. Apparently they have questionable business practices too, like many companies face accusations of.

Never quite seen the problem people have with Microsoft either. All rather sad really.

Hot price for lovely cheese.
#10
Geordie Girl
Since when has 400gm been 'nearly a kilo'? Where did you go to school? :-D

Hot deal.


800g you mean? :whistling:
#11
FilthAndFurry
It is the British disease. Apparently they have questionable business practices too, like many companies face accusations of.

Never quite seen the problem people have with Microsoft either. All rather sad really.

Hot price for lovely cheese.

I think we can probably guarantee that Tesco's practices (as far as the customer is concerned) are more acceptable than the corner shop that's trying to survive as Tesco just can't risk a 'scandal' - sad but true. If it's about screwing suppliers I'm afraid that's survival of the fittest. Capitalism isn't perfect but it's still a lot better than any other system tried so far (I guess a few ageing hippies and naive new agers will disagree though). I for one certainly wouldn't want to turn back the clock on this one and I suspect few who remember what shopping was really like 30+ years ago would either: for every one time you got 'food with real taste' you got stuff going off several times.

As for Waitrose - inferior offering at a much higher price in my view, especially fresh produce where they don't seem to have the turnover to keep it at its best.
#12
Two stores out of stock but plenty in the third. Good deal on favourite cheese, thanks for the tip!
#13
Newbold
People knock it not because it's successful (no problem with that at all) but because of its business methods. Ask one of their suppliers what they think of Tesco. Or ask anyone with any knowledge of planning law. Tesco has become the new Microsoft - if you love Microsoft you'll probably love Tesco. Both of them have their supporters, but they both have many enemies - and one of the reasons is that they act as if they were above the law.

http://www.tescopoly.org/ - "Every little hurts"

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/5261844.stm - Tesco 'breaching planning laws'

Happy to vote the deal itself hot, though.

We agree on the cheese deal, we'll have to agree to differ on the rest.

This site is supposed to be all about 'hot deals' (many of which are achieved by or are part of 'tough' business practice). Let's keep it that way and leave the moralising to a more appropriate place.
#14
Besford;5084434
[COLOR=Red]I think we can probably guarantee that Tesco's practices (as far as the customer is concerned) are more acceptable than the corner shop that's trying to survive as Tesco just can't risk a 'scandal' - sad but true. If it's about screwing suppliers I'm afraid that's survival of the fittest. Capitalism isn't perfect but it's still a lot better than any other system tried so far (I guess a few ageing hippies and naive new agers will disagree though). I for one certainly wouldn't want to turn back the clock on this one and I suspect few who remember what shopping was really like 30+ years ago would either: for every one time you got 'food with real taste' you got stuff going off several times.

As for Waitrose - inferior offering at a much higher price in my view, especially fresh produce where they don't seem to have the turnover to keep it at its best.[/COLOR]


Besford;5084512


This site is supposed to be all about 'hot deals' (many of which are achieved by or are part of 'tough' business practice). Let's keep it that way and leave the moralising to a more appropriate place.


Yes, let's do that. :whistling:
#15
Newbold
Yes, let's do that. :whistling:

Touche!
#16
Dan29
800g you mean? :whistling:


two for the price of one idiot! = 800grms nearly a kilo and i didn't go to school
anywhere near Newcastle thank goodness
#17
Tesco have replaced the deal on McLelland Seriously Strong White Cheddar with a half price deal on Tesco Davidstow Mature Cheddar. It's 250g for £1.14 and this actually works out marginally cheaper per kilo.

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