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New York Bakery Co Bagels 4 packs 75p @ Asda

£0.75 @ Asda
Brilliant toasted with eggs or cream cheese mixed with jam or make a lovely toasted sandwich Authentic New York Taste Low in Fat Free from Artificial Colours and Flavours Suitable for Vegetarians and… Read More
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1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago
Brilliant toasted with eggs or cream cheese mixed with jam or make a lovely toasted sandwich

Authentic New York Taste
Low in Fat
Free from Artificial Colours and Flavours
Suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans

Pack of 4 ~ 75p each
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#1
There used to be five bagels in a pack.
#2
best served with a cwwooffee
#3
Cazl15
There used to be five bagels in a pack.

There are at Tesco and normal price is £1.50, which is the same as Asda's for one less (to be honest, I have picked up packets from Tesco with 4 in on a couple of occasions, so it must be Asda stock that crept through).
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Have just had an argument with our local Asda over the telephone (Hunts Cross) about these as they still have them at the original price of £1.28 in store. The other half scanned them while there and they came up at full price and he took them to the CS desk and they wouldn't budge on the price saying that it's a special online price even though it has the 75p price 'On Rollback' on their website. i telephoned to query about it and they still maintained that it's not available in store and that they have different prices to online.

Here's me thinking 'Rollback' applied to both instore and online :/

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#5
jans
Have just had an argument with our local Asda over the telephone (Hunts Cross) about these as they still have them at the original price of £1.28 in store. The other half scanned them while there and they came up at full price and he took them to the CS desk and they wouldn't budge on the price saying that it's a special online price even though it has the 75p price 'On Rollback' on their website. i telephoned to query about it and they still maintained that it's not available in store and that they have different prices to online.

Here's me thinking 'Rollback' applied to both instore and online :/

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You have to much time on your hands.
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hukdbargain
jans
Have just had an argument with our local Asda over the telephone (Hunts Cross) about these as they still have them at the original price of £1.28 in store. The other half scanned them while there and they came up at full price and he took them to the CS desk and they wouldn't budge on the price saying that it's a special online price even though it has the 75p price 'On Rollback' on their website. i telephoned to query about it and they still maintained that it's not available in store and that they have different prices to online.
Here's me thinking 'Rollback' applied to both instore and online :/
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You have to much time on your hands.

It's more a case of principle now. If it was the first time, it wouldn't have bothered me that much, but It's happened a few times over the years and have also had trouble with their online grocery service which is appalling too. Had enough.

And anyway, if your comment to deal ratio is anything to go by, maybe you should put a bit of the spare time that you seem to have in to actually posting a deal every now and then rather than making snide comments.
#7
Cazl15
There used to be five bagels in a pack.
Anyone would think Asda were trying to con you into thinking they were cheap when in fact they are the only supermarket that sell these in 4s rather than 5s.
#8
m1chaels
Cazl15
There used to be five bagels in a pack.
Anyone would think Asda were trying to con you into thinking they were cheap when in fact they are the only supermarket that sell these in 4s rather than 5s.

Still cheaper per bagel than Tesco currently!

Asda - 75p for 4 = 18.75p each
Tesco - £1.50 for 5 = 30p each

What a con!
#9
But what is the 'normal' price in each supermarket?

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