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All Pet Food 3 for 2 at Tesco Starts 7th Feb online and instore

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All Pet Food 3 for 2 at Tesco Starts 9th Feb online and instore 9/2/2011 to 30/2/2011 - FurryDiscoDuck Also on the cat litter. - FurryDiscoDuck
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All Pet Food 3 for 2 at Tesco Starts 9th Feb online and instore

9/2/2011 to 30/2/2011
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#1
Checked starts 7th Feb tomorrow, thanks for info
banned 1 Like #2
good deal although a shame they dont sell any good quality cat food :(
#3
csiman
good deal although a shame they dont sell any good quality cat food :(


I know - though the tuna stuff does become better in a pitta, or try the chicken with some roast tats.

On post - thanks for letting us know. Heat added.

Edited By: mister.c. on Feb 06, 2011 14:50
#4
Does this include their treat range too (chews and stuff) or just the actual 'food'?
#5
great deal - must be barking mad to be doing a 3 for 2 :D
#6
Good deal, if you want to feed your pets crap.
#7
do they sell hills or james wellbeloved or royal canin ?
#8
how long on for?presume not on stuff already has a deal - eg stuff cheaper if buy two etc
#9
Excellent deal. Will check it out in the week.
#10
very good deal, ill be stocking up
#11
Hot from me - expensive do for my cats with the Felix Sensations along with all the other meats and fish they get spoilt with!!!
#12
thanks this is the only place i can find that sells the top quality guinea pig nuggets... piggies will be happy :)

cheers
xx
#13
just had a look online and it seems to be from the 7th Feb??

xx
#14
great, will get the cats some treats
banned#15
What does this mean for whiskers? Is 'pet food' a company or does it actually mean all food for pets will be on 3 for 2?
1 Like #16
Its all pet food including cat litter, so pretty much everything down that aisle and its also on all cereal!!!
#17
Dare4Distance
Good deal, if you want to feed your pets crap.

And what precisely would you call good food for the cats then ? *sigh*

Thanks for posting the deal op, appreciated :)
#18
offers live on site now
#19
Their finest wet range is quite good quality.
banned#20
Soulreape
Dare4Distance
Good deal, if you want to feed your pets crap.


And what precisely would you call good food for the cats then ? *sigh*

Thanks for posting the deal op, appreciated :)

dont be lazy and do your own research. Whiskas & felix are really bad for cats as have little nutrient value. Ask any vet / google for proof.

Best is royal canin for dry or almo nature for wet imho.
banned 1 Like #21
Feeding a cat whiskas / felix is akin to feeding a child MCdonalds every day

Whiskas, being a commercial brand found on supermarket shelves, is a cheap cat food. The food is incredibly low quality with little to no nutritional value in it. Cats are strict carnivores, they NEED a high meat content in their food as they get all their energy from Proteins and Fats.

Big "cheap" store brands like Whiskas or Felix only have "Meat Derivatives" as the first ingredient (this is the leftover bits of an animal such as feet, fur, feathers, lungs, intestines etc.), which results in poor quality food and extremely low nutritional value.


http://uk.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20091216042702AA2mQrc

http://www.whatbrandbest.com/bestbrand/brand-12-3503.html

Edited By: csiman on Feb 07, 2011 06:42
#22
Looked on the website. Couldn't see that it is all pet food. Only seems to be some.
My cats will only eat Butchers Classic. I couldn't see that listed.
banned#23
col996s
Looked on the website. Couldn't see that it is all pet food. Only seems to be some.
My cats will only eat Butchers Classic. I couldn't see that listed.

it is ALL pet products

http://i280.photobucket.com/albums/kk173/csiman2/ScreenShot042.jpg
1 Like #24
Interesting nutritional comments, I am an Animal lover and work full time in the Animal sector, However, this is a deals website and this is a great deal!
By the way, Cats would naturally eat all of their prey, including the vegetables the prey had already eaten!
Hot.
banned#25
ghot
Interesting nutritional comments, I am an Animal lover and work full time in the Animal sector, However, this is a deals website and this is a great deal!
By the way, Cats would naturally eat all of their prey, including the vegetables the prey had already eaten!
Hot.

then you really should know how beneficial it is to provide essential nutritional information to ignorant cat owners who dont know better, regardless that this is a deals website

its called being helpful although I guess some people will see it as preaching, which was far from my intention being an avid cat lover. :)
#26
Felix 48 pouch pack is £13.25, Whiskas 48 pouch pack is £13.28. So works out to £8.85 per 48 pack which isn't too shabby.

I guess the thing to watch out for is that it'll be cheapest item free, so if you buy six items say 3x something at £5 each and 3 x something at £10 each, the till will discount it so that two of the £5 items are free. Will need to break things into separate transactions in order to get the full discount.
banned#27
xfield
Felix 48 pouch pack is £13.25, Whiskas 48 pouch pack is £13.28. So works out to £8.85 per 48 pack which isn't too shabby.

I guess the thing to watch out for is that it'll be cheapest item free, so if you buy six items say 3x something at £5 each and 3 x something at £10 each, the till will discount it so that two of the £5 items are free. Will need to break things into separate transactions in order to get the full discount.

no, they do it via product so £10 & £5 deduction will be correct
#28
Great deal, was going to stock up for my cat anyway, yes it is cheapest item free but if you dont really mind annoying the people behind and listening to them huff and puff just put it through in 3 goes like I just did

Got 3 X 12 packs of a la carte food, 3 x I ams biscuits and 6 x tesco own cat food (before you shout at me for effectively killing my cats digestion system she seriously wont eat anything else) even the ala carte she wont eat regularly just 1 pack every 3 days, she just leaves it in the bowl and eats the tesco crap if you try to feed it to her each day..... and I have tried everything....

Also some cat milk and saved well over twenty quid and now done for 2 months as I hate tesco and the only reason i even go near the place is because of my fussy cat!

Heat added, thanks for the post
#29
csiman
xfield
Felix 48 pouch pack is £13.25, Whiskas 48 pouch pack is £13.28. So works out to £8.85 per 48 pack which isn't too shabby.I guess the thing to watch out for is that it'll be cheapest item free, so if you buy six items say 3x something at £5 each and 3 x something at £10 each, the till will discount it so that two of the £5 items are free. Will need to break things into separate transactions in order to get the full discount.
no, they do it via product so £10 & £5 deduction will be correct

Nope, it does clearly say "cheapest product free" therefore, he's completely right.
#30
csiman
Soulreape
Dare4Distance
Good deal, if you want to feed your pets crap.
And what precisely would you call good food for the cats then ? *sigh*Thanks for posting the deal op, appreciated :)
dont be lazy and do your own research. Whiskas & felix are really bad for cats as have little nutrient value. Ask any vet / google for proof.Best is royal canin for dry or almo nature for wet imho.

I know fine well what are good cat foods and those which are not.

Volunteering for cats protection and having fostered hundreds of cats over the years, never mind rescuing them I have learned a thing or two. I feed my cats felix, which they enjoy and has caused no adverse effects. And the vet has never had a bad thing to say about the choice of food either, although he might not know a lot about Cats either ? Royal Canin is good and the dry food of choice however.

I was not being lazy I was asking for a reason for the rather wide ranging attack on all cat food in Tesco !
banned#31
gal2792t
csiman
xfield
Felix 48 pouch pack is £13.25, Whiskas 48 pouch pack is £13.28. So works out to £8.85 per 48 pack which isn't too shabby.I guess the thing to watch out for is that it'll be cheapest item free, so if you buy six items say 3x something at £5 each and 3 x something at £10 each, the till will discount it so that two of the £5 items are free. Will need to break things into separate transactions in order to get the full discount.
no, they do it via product so £10 & £5 deduction will be correct


Nope, it does clearly say "cheapest product free" therefore, he's completely right.

being a weekly customer on these offers for years, I know my facts and it goes on the product, not the range. so you are completely wrong
banned 1 Like #32
Soulreape
csiman
Soulreape
Dare4Distance
Good deal, if you want to feed your pets crap.
And what precisely would you call good food for the cats then ? *sigh*Thanks for posting the deal op, appreciated :)
dont be lazy and do your own research. Whiskas & felix are really bad for cats as have little nutrient value. Ask any vet / google for proof.Best is royal canin for dry or almo nature for wet imho.


I know fine well what are good cat foods and those which are not.

Volunteering for cats protection and having fostered hundreds of cats over the years, never mind rescuing them I have learned a thing or two. I feed my cats felix, which they enjoy and has caused no adverse effects. And the vet has never had a bad thing to say about the choice of food either, although he might not know a lot about Cats either ? Royal Canin is good and the dry food of choice however.

I was not being lazy I was asking for a reason for the rather wide ranging attack on all cat food in Tesco !

hardly wide ranging and I gave my reasoning. Each to their own I suppose but no harm in trying to educate ignorant pet owners on giving their pets the best. Felix is just passable but you might as well feed a cat cardboard than whiskas :)

they have a great marketing team though as have mcd's ;)
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csiman
Soulreape
csiman
Soulreape
Dare4Distance
Good deal, if you want to feed your pets crap.
And what precisely would you call good food for the cats then ? *sigh*Thanks for posting the deal op, appreciated :)
dont be lazy and do your own research. Whiskas & felix are really bad for cats as have little nutrient value. Ask any vet / google for proof.Best is royal canin for dry or almo nature for wet imho.
I know fine well what are good cat foods and those which are not. Volunteering for cats protection and having fostered hundreds of cats over the years, never mind rescuing them I have learned a thing or two. I feed my cats felix, which they enjoy and has caused no adverse effects. And the vet has never had a bad thing to say about the choice of food either, although he might not know a lot about Cats either ? Royal Canin is good and the dry food of choice however.I was not being lazy I was asking for a reason for the rather wide ranging attack on all cat food in Tesco !
hardly wide ranging and I gave my reasoning. Each to their own I suppose but no harm in trying to educate ignorant pet owners on giving their pets the best. Felix is just passable but you might as well feed a cat cardboard than whiskas :)they have a great marketing team though as have mcd's ;)

The only ignorant one here would be you it seems.

As with all things in life there is a wide range of products available to serve one need from the "discount" brands to the high end brands and everything in between. And also as we all know this carries a variety of pricing scales. Whilst the higher end brands such as royal canin and hills etc may have a higher nutritional value per weight than say something like go cat, not everyone is in a position to afford such food.

If these foods were as terrible as you imply in their nutritional value then a cat would not be able to survive on that food alone which is obviously not the case. I just tried the taste test and my cats scoffed their felix as good as it gets tonight but turned up their noses at the cardboad box it came in.

As stated above I have fostered hundreds of cats over the years and none of them have dropped dead due to malnutrition!! My own four cats have also survived quite happily.

Now if you wish to pop down off your high horse and send us some of your superiority complex coated cash then I will quite happily pop down to the vets for some hills, but as i imagine none will be forth coming then i might just pop down to tescos for their dinner tomorrow.

Oh - and as for ignorance (and insulting people) - i don't need your education thanks.
#34
Seandaytona
yes it is cheapest item free but if you dont really mind annoying the people behind and listening to them huff and puff just put it through in 3 goes like I just did


arrgggh, my brain hurts!!!!!!!!!

can someone explain this for me, having to put stuff through in three goes just sounds completely insane (no offence Seandaytona)

Is this actually two different types of offers?

If I buy three cans then I only pay the price for two of them
&
If I buy one £10 pet-thing, a £2.99 pet-thing and a 0.50p pet-thing, then I pay £12.99 and the 50p thing is free

yes?
[mod]#35
I've removed a number of posts - who knew pet food could be so emotive ? Members are welcome to post info and links relating to the deal thread and discuss it's merits, but please no more personal insults being thrown between members, thanks all.

Edited By: sigma on Feb 08, 2011 13:51
#36
sigma
I've removed a number of posts - who knew pet food could be so emotive ? Members are welcome to post info and links relating to the deal thread and discuss it's merits, but please no more personal insults being thrown between members, thanks all.

kids eh ......... :(
#37
If you are going for food i recommend that you do a price check before you go - i went to have a look at the 48 packs of felix today - they are 13.25 each so you get three packs for 26.50 - now in asda they are only 10 normally so you would pay 30 in asda for the same amount regular price.

Obv that is a saving of 3.50 for the deal which is good but if you have to travel far to tesco it might not always be such a good deal as it might appear at first.

Obv this is only for that partic type/amount so it might be different for other things.

Edited By: Soulreape on Feb 08, 2011 19:19
#38
csiman
[quote=Soulreape] [quote=Dare4Distance]
dont be lazy and do your own research. Whiskas & felix are really bad for cats as have little nutrient value. Ask any vet / google for proof.

Best is royal canin for dry or almo nature for wet imho.


I've never really looked into what is best to feed my pets so on your advice I Googled it and mostly American info comes up with a lot of opinion to avoid Royal Canin (might be different in US?) it seems to be the opinion that it is not best nutritionally and pushed through vets who are "trained" by the pet food conglomerates on what they should recommend nutritionally. (Whiskas and Royal Canine are both owned by Mars) A website often quoted called http://www.dogfoodanalysis.com seems to back it up based on analysis of the ingredients.

The message seems to be look at the ingredients first and foremost to find the best in the supermarket/petshop.

Edited By: junfire on Feb 09, 2011 12:10: correction
#39
Soulreape
If you are going for food i recommend that you do a price check before you go - i went to have a look at the 48 packs of felix today - they are 13.25 each so you get three packs for 26.50 - now in asda they are only 10 normally so you would pay 30 in asda for the same amount regular price.

Obv that is a saving of 3.50 for the deal which is good but if you have to travel far to tesco it might not always be such a good deal as it might appear at first.

Obv this is only for that partic type/amount so it might be different for other things.


I'm not 100% clued up on it but I thought -
if you only had an ASDA and buy the right amount of shopping to do the moneyback plus 10% price promise thing you can buy 3 at ASDA to save more.

Edited By: junfire on Feb 09, 2011 12:18: .
#40
csiman
gal2792t
csiman
xfield
Felix 48 pouch pack is £13.25, Whiskas 48 pouch pack is £13.28. So works out to £8.85 per 48 pack which isn't too shabby.I guess the thing to watch out for is that it'll be cheapest item free, so if you buy six items say 3x something at £5 each and 3 x something at £10 each, the till will discount it so that two of the £5 items are free. Will need to break things into separate transactions in order to get the full discount.
no, they do it via product so £10 & £5 deduction will be correct
Nope, it does clearly say "cheapest product free" therefore, he's completely right.
being a weekly customer on these offers for years, I know my facts and it goes on the product, not the range. so you are completely wrong

I rather trust t&c's any day then you mate ;)

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