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Morrisons Fresh Cream Sponge £1.00 , (Usually £1.55.)

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This deal ends on Sunday 25th September Morrisons Fresh Cream Sponge £1.00 , usually £1.55. Vanilla Sponge filled with Raspberry Jam & Fresh Cream These haven't been on offer for a good while… Read More
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9m, 3w agoFound 9 months, 3 weeks ago
This deal ends on Sunday 25th September

Morrisons Fresh Cream Sponge £1.00 , usually £1.55.

Vanilla Sponge filled with Raspberry Jam & Fresh Cream

These haven't been on offer for a good while at this price, Morrisons in recent months have been charging £1.25 when they have been on offer, but looks like they are now back to £1.00 which is good news.
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#1
love these
7 Likes #2
http://i.imgur.com/ZpALn6g.gif
11 Likes #3
Bought one for my wife.

https://danamccauley.files.wordpress.com/2009/10/pieface.jpg
1 Like #4
Can easily do one of these on my own and I'm "unbelievably" health conscious (_;)

So thanks.

Heated OP!
#5
Good stuff
16 Likes #6
backinstock
Bought one for my wife.
https://danamccauley.files.wordpress.com/2009/10/pieface.jpg
I doubt that's what she meant; when she said you could creampie her.
3 Likes #7
It makes me a little sad when it's cheaper to buy a cake than to make one yourself as homemade cake is SO much better and more joyful.

However I can't argue that this is a great price so heat added.

I'd still recommend making your own!!
#8
trd
backinstock
Bought one for my wife.
https://danamccauley.files.wordpress.com/2009/10/pieface.jpg
I doubt that's what she meant; when she said you could creampie her.


idiot. go back to yr porn sites
#9
These are not very good asda's own are better because they are made in store from scratch and allways fresh.
3 Likes #10
rmaee
These are not very good asda's own are better because they are made in store from scratch and allways fresh.
Wrong Asda Sponges are made elsewhere and brought into store already made and filled , they are just unpacked and placed in the fridge, this is the case with all Asda cream cakes.
Morrisons however actually fill the sponges in store with jam and fresh cream on a daily basis, the same applies to the majority of Morrisons cream cakes, you can actually see them doing the cakes in most stores.
#11
Anyone know if this is on all week? Won't get there til Wednesday!!
1 Like #12
Did you save me a slice :3 Heat added
#13
looks good enough for
I'll buy one
of course you can make this but many people don't want the hassle when you pay 1 quid for it
I certainly don't.
1 Like #14
chocolate cake on offer too?
#15
I love a good sponge.. but seriously do they have a gluten free option ?
#16
Don't think this is nationwide. Still £1.55 at Kirkcaldy store.

Good price if you can get out at £1.00 though, so heat added.

Edited By: CaptCShadow on Aug 30, 2016 00:22: typo
1 Like #17
slipd
Can easily do one of these on my own and I'm "unbelievably" health conscious (_;)

So thanks.

Heated OP!


You'll want to avert your eyes from Morrisons fresh carrot cake, that really is sugar sin, find it impossible to resist :D
4 Likes #18
GILLFREEBIE
Anyone know if this is on all week? Won't get there til Wednesday!!


Are you walking there?
#19
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rmaee
These are not very good asda's own are better because they are made in store from scratch and allways fresh.
Wrong Asda Sponges are made elsewhere and brought into store already made and filled , they are just unpacked and placed in the fridge, this is the case with all Asda cream cakes.
Morrisons however actually fill the sponges in store with jam and fresh cream on a daily basis, the same applies to the majority of Morrisons cream cakes, you can actually see them doing the cakes in most stores.
Yes but at Morrison's they keep changing the best before date on them I have seen them so how fresh are they ! ! ! ! not very ! Yuck.

Edited By: rmaee on Aug 30, 2016 06:39
#20
Gollywood
GILLFREEBIE
Anyone know if this is on all week? Won't get there til Wednesday!!
Are you walking there?

Perhaps the poster is a snail?
#21
Rebellion
slipd
Can easily do one of these on my own and I'm "unbelievably" health conscious (_;)
So thanks.
Heated OP!
You'll want to avert your eyes from Morrisons fresh carrot cake, that really is sugar sin, find it impossible to resist :D
Love that fresh carrot cake they sell by the slice - best thing you can buy in Morrisons.
1 Like #22
GILLFREEBIE
Anyone know if this is on all week? Won't get there til Wednesday!!

Offer started yesterday, so should be on for a couple of weeks, in store & Online
#23
CaptCShadow
Don't think this is nationwide. Still £1.55 at Kirkcaldy store.

Good price if you can get out at £1.00 though, so heat added.

Offer started Monday in store and online, it may be possible that your store still had some of Sundays cakes on the shelves which were £1.55, have another look later in the week they should definitely be a £1.00
#24
poshaffi
chocolate cake on offer too?

Don't think so chocolate cake is still £1.55, maybe in a few weeks time as Morrisons tend to rotate the flavours on offer every few weeks.
#25
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poshaffi
chocolate cake on offer too?

Don't think so chocolate cake is still £1.55, maybe in a few weeks time as Morrisons tend to rotate the flavours on offer every few weeks.


thanks for reply :D
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sickly sweet
It makes me a little sad when it's cheaper to buy a cake than to make one yourself as homemade cake is SO much better and more joyful.
However I can't argue that this is a great price so heat added.
I'd still recommend making your own!!
I absolutely agree, I never buy shop bought cakes and always make my own. Lovelier tasting and look nicer!
#27
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CaptCShadow
Don't think this is nationwide. Still £1.55 at Kirkcaldy store.

Good price if you can get out at £1.00 though, so heat added.

Offer started Monday in store and online, it may be possible that your store still had some of Sundays cakes on the shelves which were £1.55, have another look later in the week they should definitely be a £1.00


I'll keep an eye out. I'll be in Edinburgh store in the next week so I'll check the price there too.

Got a reduced butterfly cake instead for 50p.
Same size, so can't complain.
#28
Yummy!
#29
how on earth is this a deal
#30
Cake is £1.55 in Cheltenham store today
#31
Matthew774
Cake is £1.55 in Cheltenham store today

Well here's the online link to the deal, and if I go into Morrisons again later I'll take a picture of the deal which is definitely in the Cwmbran store.

https://groceries.morrisons.com/webshop/product/Morrisons-Fresh-Cream-Sponge-Cake-6/213684011
#32
I noticed these today still at 1.55 but told they will be a pound tomorrow. I'll be going back this evening hopefully to pick up a couple for just £0.09p each if any of todays are left over (they always - in this morri's - reduce dated stuff to 9p.
Why 9p, don't ask me, I've asked the staff and even they don't know why!
Do they reduce items to 9p in yours? Just wondering if it's just our store.

Oh, I went in to get the other HotDeal, Yorkshire Tea 500 bags for a fiver. Noted, if you don't like Yorkshire they also have, on offer, PG Tips 300 bags (240 + 60 free) for £3.50. Nearly as good a deal as the Yorkshire (1p a bag) making the PG 1.2p a bag.
https://groceries.morrisons.com/webshop/product/Pg-Tips-Pyramid-Tea-Bags-Extra-Free/330716011?from=search&tags=%7C105651¶m=10000003206&parentContainer=SEARCH10000003206_SHELFVIEW


Edited By: jnigel26 on Aug 30, 2016 15:17
#33
The Speke branch is 9p for final discounts and Asda is 10p?
#34
Yep, Asda is 10p. Morrisons trying to stay a penny cheaper? ;)
#35
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CaptCShadow
Don't think this is nationwide. Still £1.55 at Kirkcaldy store.

Good price if you can get out at £1.00 though, so heat added.

Offer started Monday in store and online, it may be possible that your store still had some of Sundays cakes on the shelves which were £1.55, have another look later in the week they should definitely be a £1.00


Were still the higher price in Shirley yesterday for the raspberry one.
#36
Still £1.55 yesterday in Cheltenham store which continues to seemingly ignore deals!
#37
Matthew774
Still £1.55 yesterday in Cheltenham store which continues to seemingly ignore deals!

Been this price online, in Cwmbran, Newport and Ebbw vale stores for over a week now. £1.55 for the Lemon & Chocolate ones but £1 for the Raspberry ones,. If they are more in your store I would ask them why and point them to their own web site.

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