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Nescafe Gold Coffee £6.00 for 400gm @ Sainsbuys

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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
2x200gm jars Nescafe Gold Blend. Full price £5.18 each.£ 6.00 for 2 jars.
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#1
voted cold as you can get 200g for £3 in Tesco meaning you dont have to keep a massive jar like this fresh, or indeed drink 20 cups a day

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/326827/nescafe-gold-blend-200g-just-3-00-a/
#2
Cold from me as too many grocery deals on here.
#3
mellanie22;4199227
Cold from me as too many grocery deals on here.

oh of course, so that makes it a bad deal then :roll:
#4
Fair comment that it is better to be able to buy single jars as cheaply so you don't need to buy two. ridiculous to vote cold as there are "too many grocery deals on here". I thought the idea of this site was to help each other save money buy buying at good prices! End of. My first post, so maybe I'll stick to using others tips from now on. Not really interested in competing. Just saving money!:)
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jase.2
voted cold as you can get 200g for £3 in Tesco meaning you dont have to keep a massive jar like this fresh, or indeed drink 20 cups a day

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/326827/nescafe-gold-blend-200g-just-3-00-a/


Correct me if I am wrong, but the OP states 2 x 200g jars so this isn't a massive jar and is just the same as the deal you mention?

Perhaps you should vote the other deal cold too? :whistling:
#6
MAIA
My first post, so maybe I'll stick to using others tips from now on. Not really interested in competing. Just saving money!:)


Don't be deterred. I'll warm it up a bit. Good try for first post. Some people always vote grocery items cold as they are only interested in games/x-box/techie stuff.
#7
Hot from me as well as I've yet to see it cheaper than £ 3 per jar anywhere.
#8
great deal...refreshing change from dvd...games etc..thanks
#9
jase.2;4199194
voted cold as you can get 200g for £3 in Tesco meaning you dont have to keep a massive jar like this fresh, or indeed drink 20 cups a day

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/326827/nescafe-gold-blend-200g-just-3-00-a/


It is TWO 200g jars.

I will be buying MORE than two, and won't have any problem keeping this for some time.
#10
Thanks for the positive comments everyone, maybe I'll just ignore the negatives if I think I've got a good deal.I've saved quite a bit using tips on here and would like to return the favour. Usually quite a good shopper.:roll:
#11
For nescafe stuff go to Makro.
They sell huge tins of the stuff for just over a tenner.
Can't safe I am a fan of Nescafe. Bit tasteless.
#12
Stu
oh of course, so that makes it a bad deal then :roll:


no but i'm not going to Sainbury's for my coffee, tesco's for the butter, morrision's for bread, asda for me chips and so on. I personally think grocery deals are a waste of time, that's my opinion.:)
#13
The Burlo;4199822
For nescafe stuff go to Makro.
They sell huge tins of the stuff for just over a tenner.
Can't safe I am a fan of Nescafe. Bit tasteless.


It is a cold day in hell these days if Makro have much cheaper than anywhere else :-(
Currently the only good pricing I am seeing is in fresh & frozen chicken!
I often wonder how my local branch keeps going - Batleys etc. beat them into the ground for food pricing, and non-food offers are a SHADOW of their former prices :-(

They usually have standard Nescafe in tins (not necessarily the Gold Blend), and even for a big coffee drinking household, the flavour has gone by the time you use it all - Gold Blend, if available in huge sizes has never been good value when I have been there, and is currently not featuring in any offers either.

This current deal is (as is the Tesco one) about as good as grocery deals anywhere get - the cheapest "usual" price at the moment is £5.17 at Lidl - which is what I paid for ONE jar last night, as I was hoping a new offer was going to appear somewhere soon so I could stock up a bit :-)
#14
mellanie22;4199882
no but i'm not going to Sainbury's for my coffee, tesco's for the butter, morrision's for bread, asda for me chips and so on. I personally think grocery deals are a waste of time, that's my opinion.:)


So why read them at all?

You would save a LOT of time.

I don't take any notice of some groups of deals, such as computer games and women's clothing, and I don't whinge about it in those threads like you do -it is the 2nd thread today I have read where you have said this :-(

I save LARGE amounts of money by knowing which supermarket has which offer and when (especially so I don't have to waste money on extra journeys) - for example I will today buy about 6 jars, which will save me £13 from the price I was going to have to pay for coffee over the next few weeks - now if only I could save £13 for every aspect of food expenditure like that, I would be smiling, and living a more comfortable life!
#15
nihcaj
So why read them at all?

You would save a LOT of time.

I don't take any notice of some groups of deals, such as computer games and women's clothing, and I don't whinge about it in those threads like you do -it is the 2nd thread today I have read where you have said this :-(

I save LARGE amounts of money by knowing which supermarket has which offer and when (especially so I don't have to waste money on extra journeys) - for example I will today buy about 6 jars, which will save me £13 from the price I was going to have to pay for coffee over the next few weeks - now if only I could save £13 for every aspect of food expenditure like that, I would be smiling, and living a more comfortable life!


Normally I don't bother reading them, I don't have the time to travel around for food deals.
Good for you if you can spare the time, maybe you could start up your own business running
around for people, to get these good deals, by making a small charge. :-D
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mellanie22;4199882
no but i'm not going to Sainbury's for my coffee, tesco's for the butter, morrision's for bread, asda for me chips and so on. I personally think grocery deals are a waste of time, that's my opinion.:)

mellanie22;4200356
Normally I don't bother reading them, I don't have the time to travel around for food deals.
Good for you if you can spare the time, maybe you could start up your own business running
around for people, to get these good deals, by making a small charge. :-D

It's quite simple then, if they don't interest you don't vote. By voting cold for no good reason you have an effect on the quaility of the information found here.
Voting cold on everything that doesn't meet your requirements is plain stupid, do you think you have to vote on everything??
#17
The Burlo
For nescafe stuff go to Makro.
They sell huge tins of the stuff for just over a tenner.
Can't safe I am a fan of Nescafe. Bit tasteless.


Both Makro and Costco price is £18.00 per kilo so this is a far better deal at the equivalent of £15.00 per kilo. Well worth buying some in.:thumbsup:
#18
This same offer is available at this price at all 3 major supermarkets, ie Sainsburys, Tesco and Morrisons.
#19
I've added some heat. Please don't let the whingers put you off posting more deals :thumbsup:

Incidentally, I was in a Sainsbury's local yesterday (Albany Road, Bexleyheath) and they are selling individual 200g jars for £3 each, although they remained 2 for £6 in the large stores.
#20
mellanie22;4200356
Normally I don't bother reading them, I don't have the time to travel around for food deals.
Good for you if you can spare the time, maybe you could start up your own business running
around for people, to get these good deals, by making a small charge. :-D


If only I could.

That cost of food is of great significance to me as I am disabled and unable to work, and after many years now of absence from a good Professional income, I now have LOTS of time, but not lots of money; That long time is significantly limited as to the length of time during which I will be fit enough to engage in shopping; ( the size of the shop also makes a LOT of difference to me, it is a lot easier to shop in smaller branches!) Some of that time will be with, and some will be without someone else to help, therefore I need to know where the right buys are, to plan when and where to best shop.

As it happens I didn't get time to call in to Sainsburys today, but might well get my friend to call in quickly for a handful of items when I drop him off at the door, rather than actually "shop" fully at the store, as I did a more full shopping trip on Monday. It works well, but means knowing where these deals are is handy, as there are some products I try my best never to buy at the "full" price, and will stock up enough to try to last until the next "offer" at whatever store it is going to be next time.

Years ago, "shopping" meant piling two large trolleys beyond capacity once a month in one hypermarket and my ex-wife then used to get a few fresh items on her luch-breaks, or I would get some on my way home, but that is NOT the way to shop well, and cheaply , and at the time I wouldn't have had the time to spend on this forum at all! :-(

The point of all this?
Well, the common mistake by many on this site is to assume that if something does not fit YOUR circumstances, then it suits NO-ONE - but you could not be more wrong.

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