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#1
The honey nut ones are included in the offer as i bought some today
#2
Supermarket promotion, not deal.
#3
beej;2699995
Supermarket promotion, not deal.


I did try to say 'cheerio' to this deal but it has fought its way back to the front page. I'll never make it as a cereal killer :whistling:
#4
beej
Supermarket promotion, not deal.


What's the difference ?
3 Likes #5
why do the job of tesco promotions department? here are some of the rest of the buy 1 get 1 free promotions you could have posted
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Selected Canned Soft Drinks excludes Tesco Own Label 6 x 330ml
From £2.11
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Nestle Hanging Bags
From £0.79


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£3.38


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From £1.29


Hula Hoops Original, Family, BBQ, Favourites, Variety or Nacho Cheese
From £1.25


KA Drinks
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Aero Milk or Peppermint Chocolate
From £1.19

Finish Max in 1 Lemon
£6.99

Cif Cleaner Wild Orchid or Camomile
From £1.65
Powerade
From £2.83

Lucozade Alert
£2.99

Pepsi or 7 Up
From £0.85

Fox's Whipped Cream Biscuits Lemon or Strawberry
From £1.25

Fox's Party Rings
£0.74

Werthers Buttermints or Original Chewy Toffees
£0.98

Ryvita Goodness Bars
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Princes Juice
From £1.09

V8 Vegetable Juice
£1.35

Finish Max in 1
£6.99

Garden Peas
£1.99
Menissez Sour Dough Baguettes
£1.69

Tesco Snack Cumberland or Pork & Apple Rolls
From £1.99

Tesco Red Pepper & Tomato Quiche
£1.99

Tesco 6 Mini Crispy Bake Pork Pies
£2.09
Tesco Extra Strong Garlic Baguette
£1.69

Runner Beans
£1.48

Chicken Thighs & Drumsticks
£3.00

Fabulous Bakin' Boys Chocolate or Assorted Cup Cakes
From £1.25

Carlsberg Export
£7.99
Pillsbury Croissants
£1.49

Tesco Chicken Tikka Masala & Rice
£2.99

Tesco Light Choices Chicken, Tomato & Basil
£3.29

Minute Maid Orange Juice
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VO5 Shampoo, Conditioner 300ml or Masques 150ml
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St Ives Skin Care
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Huggies Pull Ups Carry Packs
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Oral B Advantage Toothbrushes
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Macleans White 'N' Shine, Whitening or Ice Whitening Toothpaste 100ml, 125ml
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Nivea Shower 250ml
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Right Guard APD 200ml, 250ml
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Johnsons Shower Gel
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Lynx Shower Gel
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Gillette Blue 2 Disposable Razors
£2.98

Imperial Leather Shower Gel 250ml
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Elvive Shampoo or Conditioner 400ml, Mousse 200ml
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#6
Thanks fungus.. thats far better than the OP.. rep added
#7
shoud really state shreddies in this offer as you can get 1 of each for bogof
#8
Tallyho
What's the difference ?


Look, about supermarkets right... let's say you've got one called, oh I don't know, Restco. And let's say that Restco stock Nestlay foods and drinks. Now, Restco goes to Nestlay and asks for special promotions that would entice punters into Restco shops, like buy one get one free. Nestlay think about it, but say, "no thanks, we've got farmers to pay, we just can't do you a discount on stock like that without making a loss".

So Restco shrug shoulders, and when it comes round to stocking the end-of-aisle high visibility shelves that all the punters see when they're in the store, they choose Nestlay's competitors but not Nestlay, knowing that this will teach Nestlay a bit of a lesson while rewarding the competitor that did provide the super-cheap stock.

Next time the bargain making comes around, Nestlay know that they have to give Restco generous promotions or they will lose out again. So Restco stock Nestlay Eggs(TM) on a 2 for 1 offer. This is good for Restco, because they can advertise it on their clever website and on television, which brings more customers into the store, and customers never buy just 3 or 4 items, they buy 10 or 20. Hurray for Restco! Now for Nestlay, they get extra sales from the widely promoted offer, but you can't stop making a profit on your main business, so they look for other savings to counter the massive stock discount to the supermarket, which includes squeezing out the farmer who fed the chickens that laid the Nestlay Eggs(TM).

These sorts of deals occur almost always in supermarkets. Small shops don't have the power to demand the deals, nor the power to flick Nestlays the Vs when they refuse to do them a massive discount in order to be able to achieve the BOGOF offer.

So the promotions are a false economy, or rather, a vicious circle for those that make the product or grow the food. Because the supplier has to squeeze a higher profit margin, as a result of the offers like BOGOF that the supermarkets demand.

Promotions occur every day and every week. They are part of how supermarkets work, and how they compete in order to get you in there. There are hundreds of BOGOFs across the supermarkets. Many are the same. And one thing is for sure - you can walk down the aisle until you find one.

A supermarket promotion - buy a pint of milk, get another free!
A supermarket hot deal - buy a pint of fresh milk, get two mars bars free!
#9
beej
Look, about supermarkets right... let's say you've got one called, oh I don't know, Restco. And let's say that Restco stock Nestlay foods and drinks. Now, Restco goes to Nestlay and asks for special promotions that would entice punters into Restco shops, like buy one get one free. Nestlay think about it, but say, "no thanks, we've got farmers to pay, we just can't do you a discount on stock like that without making a loss".

So Restco shrug shoulders, and when it comes round to stocking the end-of-aisle high visibility shelves that all the punters see when they're in the store, they choose Nestlay's competitors but not Nestlay, knowing that this will teach Nestlay a bit of a lesson while rewarding the competitor that did provide the super-cheap stock.

Next time the bargain making comes around, Nestlay know that they have to give Restco generous promotions or they will lose out again. So Restco stock Nestlay Eggs(TM) on a 2 for 1 offer. This is good for Restco, because they can advertise it on their clever website and on television, which brings more customers into the store, and customers never buy just 3 or 4 items, they buy 10 or 20. Hurray for Restco! Now for Nestlay, they get extra sales from the widely promoted offer, but you can't stop making a profit on your main business, so they look for other savings to counter the massive stock discount to the supermarket, which includes squeezing out the farmer who fed the chickens that laid the Nestlay Eggs(TM).

These sorts of deals occur almost always in supermarkets. Small shops don't have the power to demand the deals, nor the power to flick Nestlays the Vs when they refuse to do them a massive discount in order to be able to achieve the BOGOF offer.

So the promotions are a false economy, or rather, a vicious circle for those that make the product or grow the food. Because the supplier has to squeeze a higher profit margin, as a result of the offers like BOGOF that the supermarkets demand.

Promotions occur every day and every week. They are part of how supermarkets work, and how they compete in order to get you in there. There are hundreds of BOGOFs across the supermarkets. Many are the same. And one thing is for sure - you can walk down the aisle until you find one.

A supermarket promotion - buy a pint of milk, get another free!
A supermarket hot deal - buy a pint of fresh milk, get two mars bars free!


Why do people slate large companies such as Tesco's for the sake of looking clever. Tesco's promotional offers are a way of enticing customers to buy the offers and do their shopping in the process. This makes up for the loss of profit from that range of promotional products by bringing in more customers. They do not "punish the little people", they receive the stock for the exact same price when on promotion as they do at standard retail price. Sometimes selling the products at a loss. Speculate to accumulate is what they have in mind
#10
I think these are cheaper in B&M anyway. Two for £2 I think. I'm eating mine as we speak
#11
mr.brightside86
they receive the stock for the exact same price when on promotion as they do at standard retail price.


Piffle.
#12
Simon Wallace
Piffle.


Is that political piffle?:whistling:
#13
Big Save!!
shoud really state shreddies in this offer as you can get 1 of each for bogof


posted as a seperate deal http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/225413/nestle-shreddies-750g-buy-one-get-o/
#14
mr.brightside86
They do not "punish the little people", they receive the stock for the exact same price when on promotion as they do at standard retail price. Sometimes selling the products at a loss. Speculate to accumulate is what they have in mind


Sorry, this is complete rubbish. I work in the industry and can categorically tell you the big supermarkets DO NOT pay for these promotions, they are funded by the food manufacturer.

beej summed up the situation pretty accuratley & it didn't sound to me like he was having a go at Tesco, just telling it like it is.
#15
Honey Nut ones are not included, least not the store I visited.
#16
mr.brightside86
They do not "punish the little people", they receive the stock for the exact same price when on promotion as they do at standard retail price. Sometimes selling the products at a loss. Speculate to accumulate is what they have in mind


You can tell yourself that.

But you'd be wrong.

And all of these "deals" being posted... they're not deals. They're promotions.
#17
i will carry on buyin these promotioins, saved over 5 pound buying 2boxes of shreddies and 2 boxes of cheerios, cheers tesco's!
#18
I tried with the honey nut ones and shreddies all in the correct sizes and it wouldn't do the offer so perhaps you were lucky, although the lable just says Cheerios. Anyone else got the crunchie nut ones on BOGOF?
#19
mhayes5
The honey nut ones are included in the offer as i bought some today

Good to know, like the honey nut ones. Heat added :-) xx

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