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Nescafe Original Instant Coffee Granules 1Kg Tin (red jar/tin) £18.00 @ asda

£18.00 @ George (Asda George)
Nescafe Original Coffee. Instant Coffee granules with a rich tasting, smooth flavour,contains enough coffee for 555 cups the cheapest i can find on-line for this is £22/23.00(some on-line chargeing…
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8y, 3w agoFound 8 years, 3 weeks ago
Nescafe Original Coffee. Instant Coffee granules with a rich tasting, smooth flavour,contains enough coffee for 555 cups

the cheapest i can find on-line for this is £22/23.00(some on-line chargeing up to £60/70 a tin)

asda also do the 500g tins at £10.00
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#1
Well, the usually more expensive Gold blend is only £15 /kg (ie 5 200g x£3) in more manageable 200g jars in several supermarkets at the moment, (Somerfield, Sainsbury's and others) and in any case, the original type is frequently on similar offers in various places so it is hard to get very enthusiastic about this!
The very large catering type sizes are only rarely such good value - Makro is where I usually see them, and I don't bother buying if I am in, as I can normally do better with retail size jars.

For most people, the contents will be damp or pretty much odourless by the time they get to the bottom of the tin too!
#2
nescafe original is £3 per 200g in asda too right now-better deal.
#3
Jars of nescafe are always available in home bargains too which makes it much cheaper than this
#4
100g jars are in Poundland and the 99p shop
Very cold deal!
#5
nihcaj
Well, the usually more expensive Gold blend is only £15 /kg (ie 5 200g x£3) in more manageable 200g jars in several supermarkets at the moment, (Somerfield, Sainsbury's and others) and in any case, the original type is frequently on similar offers in various places so it is hard to get very enthusiastic about this!
The very large catering type sizes are only rarely such good value - Makro is where I usually see them, and I don't bother buying if I am in, as I can normally do better with retail size jars.

For most people, the contents will be damp or pretty much odourless by the time they get to the bottom of the tin too!


"so it is hard to get very enthusiastic about this" from your posts you dont get enthusiastic about any thing.think you just post to antagonise people (re the warfndale dvd recorder post).

all that you had to say was "not such a good deal can buy it cheaper other places in smaller jars" just like other posters did

and as with the dvd post i will not be getting in to an argument with you and will not reply to any of your post
#6
terry7866;4254059
and as with the dvd post i will not be getting in to an argument with you and will not reply to any of your post


????
But, you have replied to it, not that there was anything to reply to, I wasn't asking a question! As if it was possible, it was even less valuable than your "supposed" deal, and totally off topic to the thread, muttering about some other thread I can't even remember. Seemingly something I have said has upset you previously - odd, if I had intended it, I would usually remember, and in any case, I can't understand why something should - if someone annoys me in any way, I just add him or her to my ignore list to prevent it happening again!

I find it quite hilarious when people constantly moan about not posting why such and such a deal is being voted cold... I tell them, and they make personal attacks to ventilate their anger! Good enough reason to hit that cold button again and again, and not give any explanation if this is the sort of response we can expect :-(

If this is the standard of your reasoning powers, I can see why you can not understand why this is not a "deal" at alI & can see no point in reading any more you ever have to say, so you join the ranks of those on my IGNORE list.

For the hard of understanding....
this simply means that NOTHING you post from now on will be seen by me, as a result I will be much happier for not being tempted to wasting my time reasoning with someone who gets upset because £18 is not a better sum to spend than £15.

No doubt the moderator will deal with any further abuse that I can only assume is likely :-(
#7
stamfordblue
100g jars are in Poundland and the 99p shop
Very cold deal!

The Poundland Nescafe is actually foreign made, and shipped into the UK - the ingredients and associated wording is usually foreign or a UK Sticker.

I have to say it is a much bitter variety than the usual UK product.

Well, i thought it was an important comment!
#8
Mortgage Guy
The Poundland Nescafe is actually foreign made, and shipped into the UK - the ingredients and associated wording is usually foreign or a UK Sticker.

I have to say it is a much bitter variety than the usual UK product.

Well, i thought it was an important comment!


correct , the poundland stuff is rubbish , nothing like "real" Nescafe
#9
nihcaj
Well, the usually more expensive Gold blend is only £15 /kg (ie 5 200g x£3) in more manageable 200g jars in several supermarkets at the moment, (Somerfield, Sainsbury's and others) and in any case, the original type is frequently on similar offers in various places so it is hard to get very enthusiastic about this!
The very large catering type sizes are only rarely such good value - Makro is where I usually see them, and I don't bother buying if I am in, as I can normally do better with retail size jars.

For most people, the contents will be damp or pretty much odourless by the time they get to the bottom of the tin too!

i agree with this post there are far better deals than this, but keep up the posts mate not all deals posted are bad its its down to personal taste if someone like the deal or not
#10
VERY COLD, its snowing here. :)
#11
nihcaj
Well, the usually more expensive Gold blend is only £15 /kg (ie 5 200g x£3) in more manageable 200g jars in several supermarkets at the moment, (Somerfield, Sainsbury's and others) and in any case, the original type is frequently on similar offers in various places so it is hard to get very enthusiastic about this!
The very large catering type sizes are only rarely such good value - Makro is where I usually see them, and I don't bother buying if I am in, as I can normally do better with retail size jars.

For most people, the contents will be damp or pretty much odourless by the time they get to the bottom of the tin too!


What's wrong with this post? Is giving a (good) reason for voting cold wrong all of a sudden? Can we not back up the reason for voting cold with additional information???

Also, I'm sure I saw one of these 1kg jars somewhere over the weekend (possibly Sainsbury's) for about £14-£15. So this deal is in fact freezing.
#12
Mortgage Guy
The Poundland Nescafe is actually foreign made, and shipped into the UK - the ingredients and associated wording is usually foreign or a UK Sticker.

I have to say it is a much bitter variety than the usual UK product.

Well, i thought it was an important comment!


Fair comment.
Not personally tried the Poundland stuff.Have looked at it though, and all the writing was in English.

This deal equates to £1.80 for a 100g jar.
I think that's a high price, and the more you buy in weight, the cheaper stuff gets on a price/weighgt ratio.
I'd be looking to pay around £12-£15 max for 1kg.
#13
nihcaj
Well, the usually more expensive Gold blend is only £15 /kg (ie 5 200g x£3) in more manageable 200g jars in several supermarkets at the moment, (Somerfield, Sainsbury's and others) and in any case, the original type is frequently on similar offers in various places so it is hard to get very enthusiastic about this!
The very large catering type sizes are only rarely such good value - Makro is where I usually see them, and I don't bother buying if I am in, as I can normally do better with retail size jars.

For most people, the contents will be damp or pretty much odourless by the time they get to the bottom of the tin too!

This is, of course, not a hot deal. I agree with above comment and the posters right to make it without a personal attack being made in response! I posted a deal 2x300gm jars of Gold Blend
which was voted cold by another member because they were "sick of all the grocery deals on here". ??? Come on whats your problem?:whistling:
#14
me likey gold blend deal much better ;)
#15
maddogb;4260445
me likey gold blend deal much better ;)


Well so do I, but usually you can find one or the other cheap, or both as now! Although before Xmas, the cheap wasn't always as cheap as it is currently, and I thought we had seen the last of the £3 a jar!

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