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Megadeals at Somerfield this week.

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8y, 11m agoFound 8 years, 11 months ago
Didn't think it was worth listing all the deals separately.
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#1
:?

So have they got no deals then as I can't see them :lol: ;-)
#2
good plan!...far too many of the food deals on here could be condensed into one thread...eg tesco, sains etc
shame I dont have a somerfield or morrisons near me....have to visit my mum to get to one...by the weekend they will all be gone....:x
Nice for some though...
kim
#3
crikey, they're pish!!!
#4
It wasn't Morrison's it was Somerfield (I don't have a Morrison's either). And what does 'pish' mean?!
#5
Im sure most people know how to get to a supermarkets deals page by themselves without having it listed on here !!

Rubbish offers anyway voted cold
#6
jase.2
Im sure most people know how to get to a supermarkets deals page by themselves without having it listed on here !!

Rubbish offers anyway voted cold


With ingrates like you in the forum I am very surprised anybody bothers posting anything.:x
#7
diabeticguy
With ingrates like you in the forum I am very surprised anybody bothers posting anything.:x


I have to admit I agree with Jase on this. If you had posted the deals in one lump to save people clicking through to the Somerfield website it would have received a hotter reception imho:thumbsup:
#8
Off the top of my head,they had half price bog roll :thumbsup:
#9
rehydrated
Off the top of my head,they had half price bog roll :thumbsup:


Damn good deal it is too, lmao :p

http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=132027

I have to agree it's better just to post the bestest of best deals :)
#10
All the supermarkets seem to have some Hot Deals lots of Half price in Tesco and Sainsbury my advice shop around and stock up ....Sommerfield have 1Litre mixer drinks BOGOF 41p for 2
#11
Can someone please save me from the 4 remaining half price Somerfield macaroons (55p for 6) that I've insecurely "hidden" in my bread bin !!!
Seriously, they are 1) delicious and 2) a bargain.
#12
I think this deal is ok...it only takes one click to get to the page and have a quick shifty through all the items...although somerfield do have deals like this every week...

Oh and 'pish' means p*ss(or urine) in scottish....'mon the scots, haha
1 Like #13
This site has gone down the pan. How the feck could this "deal" be voted hot to 80+ degrees?
banned#14
Codify;1434672
This site has gone down the pan. How the feck could this "deal" be voted hot to 80+ degrees?


have to agree. I just voted hot and it went down!
#15
nothing very 'hot' here?
mackies ice cream at half price £1.50 is ok, goodfellas pizza at half price might be worth it if I was in the shop already - but not worth posting in my mind.
#16
Something funny going on here, how could this post ever be good enough to have been voted 162 (so far)?
#17
DubDriver
Something funny going on here, how could this post ever be good enough to have been voted 162 (so far)?


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