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2 Bottles of Milk At Morrisons, £1.44 each or 2 For £2.

Probably the start of another milk price war at the supermarkets.
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#1
Or just the same war that never finished?
#2
Why cold deal guys??
#3
wouldnt say its hot as other supermarkets always put on cravendale or their own brand filtered milk on 2 for £2 besides the fact it last 7 days when opened, it taste better and has longer date in first place
#4
farmfoods milk 4pts always £1.
same dairy as tesco.
#5
:thumbsup:
#6
welche2
farmfoods milk 4pts always £1.
same dairy as tesco.

But who's going to spend money driving around trying to find a branch of Farmfoods ? Voted hot.
#7
DIVA1977
wouldnt say its hot as other supermarkets always put on cravendale or their own brand filtered milk on 2 for £2 besides the fact it last 7 days when opened, it taste better and has longer date in first place


I agree. But is there anywhere at the moment where this type milk is on offer? If not, the posted deal ought to be the best on the market today.
#8
Iceland is £1.20 which is where I always buy from unless one of these offers is on! Netto is also £1.20. I used to buy from Farmfoods - until I went to get one from the working fridge and it was warm......
#9
Tesco are doing a brand called fresh'n'low for £1.06 for a 4 pint bottle http://www.retail-week.com/Food/2008/08/tesco_introduces_pricebusting_milk_brand.html
#10
Farm Foods ones are NOT 4 PINTS they are 4 LITRES for a quid...
#11
greyhound11
Farm Foods ones are NOT 4 PINTS they are 4 LITRES for a quid...



are you sure? did you mean 2 litres? 4 litres is a very big bottle... :whistling:
#12
Dig in folks and support this great deal for British farmers.
#13
voted hot by me,the kids go through loads of fresh milk so i save on this one,plus the saving on the petrol,and last weeks chicken and burgers,,hooray for morrisons
#14
not in sheffield!
#15
lad123
not in sheffield!


Twas in Hillsboro :p
#16
Hurby
I agree. But is there anywhere at the moment where this type milk is on offer? If not, the posted deal ought to be the best on the market today.

my point was hurby is i believe the filtered milk to be superior quality and as other posters have pointed out some shops do 2 litres for a quid as a regular deal. The deal isnt hot maybe luke warm
#17
Voted hot as other supermarkets e.g. Tesco, Asda, have stopped this offer. Their 4 pint milk is about £1.44. So this is a good deal. Thanks
#18
DIVA1977
wouldnt say its hot as other supermarkets always put on cravendale or their own brand filtered milk on 2 for £2 besides the fact it last 7 days when opened, it taste better and has longer date in first place


I wish milk lasted for 7 days in our house, we get through about 24 pints a week!

The other issue with Cravendale is that it is £2 for 4 litres whereas this is £2 for 4.54litres, bringing the price per litre down to 44p.
#19
greyhound11
Farm Foods ones are NOT 4 PINTS they are 4 LITRES for a quid...


Hahahaha no its not, stop talking rubbish. It is a 4 pinter.
#20
My local shop sells them for 75p. No supermarket can beat that.
#21
75p? Thats is 4 litres at best not 4 PINTS....there is a difference
#22
greyhound11
75p? Thats is 4 litres at best not 4 PINTS....there is a difference


Think you're a little confused, matey - a litre is more than a pint :)
#23
4 pints = 2.27 Litres?
#24
Hi

Have been lurking but decided to sign up :)

Morrisons are now doing 12 pints for £3 :):)

greyhound11
4 pints = 2.27 Litres?


Yes, 4 litres is more than 4 pints.
#25
greyhound11
Farm Foods ones are NOT 4 PINTS they are 4 LITRES for a quid...


greyhound11
4 pints = 2.27 Litres?


Precisely - you seem to be saying that Farm Foods do 8 pints for a quid; is that correct?
#26
im not saying that....previous poster perhaps. Farm Foods do 2 LITRES for a quid as do some convenience stores not 2 PINTS !

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