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pot noodle deal 48 for £9.99 "like the pepsi 1"

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1d, 2m agoFound 1 decade, 2 months ago
Pot Noodle - Bombay bad boy 6 £4.56
Pot Noodle - Southern fried chicken 6 £4.56
Pot Noodle - beef and tomato 6 £4.56
Pot Noodle - chicken and mushroom 6 £4.56
Pot Noodle - original curry 6 £4.56
Pot Noodle - sizzling bacon 6 £4.56
Pot Noodle - sweet and sour 6 £4.56
Pot Noodle - sweet and spicy 6 £4.56
subtotal £36.48
multisave discount -£20.48
eVoucher discount -£10.00

eVoucher discount -£10.00

delivery £3.99

ASDA Card Free Delivery Offer £0.00

estimated total £9.99

don't forget to use the £10 of a £35 order
if you have a asda credit card wave goodbye to delivery cost
making this deal

£6.00

"this is alot of noodles"

i suppose you'll have to really love pot noodles to do 1
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#1
Good old healthy britain eh :roll:
#2
yep :giggle:
rotten teeth and "now" the guts :oops:
#3
Can't stand pot noodles but still a good deal maccer.:thumbsup:
Just a minor point, to get free delivery with asda credit card,i believe the minimum spend is 50 quid.:)
#4
bazr
Can't stand pot noodles but still a good deal maccer.:thumbsup:
Just a minor point, to get free delivery with asda credit card,i believe the minimum spend is 50 quid.:)


yeah..... you're correct about the delivery :thumbsup:
[mod]#5
Standing by for 300+ pot noodle posts :giggle:
#6
lmao! I can't see this being as popular as the pepsi deal - I used to eat Pot Noodles then one day it clicked that I didn't actually find them all that tasty
#7
It would be cheaper to boil a load of elastic bands in hot water. Actually that would proably be healthier as well.
#8
sabrelord
It would be cheaper to boil a load of elastic bands in hot water. Actually that would proably be healthier as well.
That is the actual recipe for pot noodle isn't it.:giggle:
1 Like #9
Arzon
Can we stop getting carried away with this food product sensationalism, we are all aware now that asda has a decent multisave section, but i don't think we need constant "XXX (food items) for (X amount)" every day, buying foodstuffs in flagrant excess simply because of price isn't something i intend to make a habit of.

Let's stay sensible shall we?

A deal is a deal and if somebody recognises that it is cheaper than anywhere else they should be encouraged to post it regardless of what it consists of.Then folks can make their own minds up as to whether to indulge in the deal.If the title of the deal doesn't take your fancy,don't even view it.:)
#10
Arzon
Can we stop getting carried away with this food product sensationalism, we are all aware now that asda has a decent multisave section, but i don't think we need constant "XXX (food items) for (X amount)" every day, buying foodstuffs in flagrant excess simply because of price isn't something i intend to make a habit of.

Let's stay sensible shall we?


I think in this case, Pot Noodles have a long shelf life so it could be worth stocking up now - if you eat them that is! :-D
#11
bazr
A deal is a deal and if somebody recognises that it is cheaper than anywhere else they should be encouraged to post it regardless of what it consists of.Then folks can make their own minds up as to whether to indulge in the deal.If the title of the deal doesn't take your fancy,don't even view it.:)


Certainly a deal is a deal, but they're all the 'same' deal. As I repeatedly tried to mention in the Pepsi thread it wasn't a pepsi deal at all, the deal is the voucher.
#12
Artemis
Certainly a deal is a deal, but they're all the 'same' deal. As I repeatedly tried to mention in the Pepsi thread it wasn't a pepsi deal at all, the deal is the voucher.


very true ;-)
#13
Artemis
Certainly a deal is a deal, but they're all the 'same' deal. As I repeatedly tried to mention in the Pepsi thread it wasn't a pepsi deal at all, the deal is the voucher.

The voucher is only part of the deal.The multisave items make up the deal.If this pot noodle deal had been posted first,should i then not have posted the pepsi deal.:!:.If i had not, i'm sure a hell of a lot of people would not have been aware of that particular offer at asda.:)
#14
I bought 3 with my last order
Asda's customer service is very very good... 2 hours ago I got a call from them trying to resolve my problem... on a order they substituted and charged me £6 more but she told me I will get a refund right away
#15
bazr
The voucher is only part of the deal.The multisave items make up the deal.If this pot noodle deal had been posted first,should i then not have posted the pepsi deal.:!:.If i had not, i'm sure a hell of a lot of people would not have been aware of that particular offer at asda.:)


No, you shouldn't. You should have mentioned the pepsi in the 'one' thread that already existed and then as it was so popular it would have been likely that a mod would have modified the first post to include all the good deals.

The pepsi deal wasn't that much better than some of the others, the item itself was just more popular than buying say £35 of cheese.

Asda has maybe a dozen "2 for blah" deals where the 2 for price is lower or similar to the one for price, every single one doesn't need a thread.
#16
Artemis
No, you shouldn't. You should have mentioned the pepsi in the 'one' thread that already existed and then as it was so popular it would have been likely that a mod would have modified the first post to include all the good deals.

The pepsi deal wasn't that much better than some of the others, the item itself was just more popular than buying say £35 of cheese.

Asda has maybe a dozen "2 for blah" deals where the 2 for price is lower or similar to the one for price, every single one doesn't need a thread.

I don't really want to dwell on this issue,but what difference is it to you if there is a lot of threads on this asda theme.Just don't even give the thread the time of day if it bores you that much.I expect you to to reply to this,but as far as i am concerned enough is enough on the subject and i will not post anymore regarding this issue.:)
#17
MikeT
Standing by for 300+ pot noodle posts :giggle:


plenty of overtime for those guys at wales down in the mines etc

(refering to the tv advert of course)

:-D
#18
shouldn't the title be "pot noodle deal 48 for £9.99" instead of 42
#19
bazr
I don't really want to dwell on this issue,but what difference is it to you if there is a lot of threads on this asda theme.Just don't even give the thread the time of day if it bores you that much.I expect you to to reply to this,but as far as i am concerned enough is enough on the subject and i will not post anymore regarding this issue.:)


I think i kind of agree with Artemis here....And the reason being, i do feel there are some people on here that just want get there deal counts up...so they are posting any old deal (or variant of) just to get there reputation up.....Just my thoughts.:roll:
#20
Am i the only person in the world that actually likes pot noodles ? :-(
#21
bazr
I don't really want to dwell on this issue,but what difference is it to you if there is a lot of threads on this asda theme.Just don't even give the thread the time of day if it bores you that much.


No real difference but the less spam on the first page of the forum the better for everyone and people starting new threads about cheese, actimel, tins of tomatoes, pepsi, coke and the half dozen other random offers that a supermarket currently has up all using the 'exact same' process and voucher just for some free rep, which means absolutely nothing, is somewhat annoying.

I don't run the place though so post as many threads as ya like :)
#22
I like pot noodles!
#23
Hi to all, I just registered today but I have already taken advantage of some of the deals on here.
I used bazr's method to buy 12 jars of dolmio and other bits and pieces for £12 which is great. The 24 cans of coke and chocolate multipacks I also ordered were unavailable and deducted from my total. adding these to the shopping list still helps you reach the £35 minimum spend for using the voucher so you can place a small order for next to nothing (maybe even free? :pirate: ). In the worst case you just end up recieving the cheap pepsi!
BTW It took 3 days after delivery for asda to charge my account.
1 Like #24
sten
Hi to all, I just registered today but I have already taken advantage of some of the deals on here.

Hi and welcome to the forum sten and good first post.Glad you liked our deals.Here's to many more.:thumbsup:
#25
Bazr I agree with you mate, the whole point of this site is to notify other member of all the great deals out there, As with the Pepsi one alot missed out on the 10 as of stock limitations but there were plenty of variants posted within that thread to still get a good deal. I think if anyone come across a deal, Big or small post it. It might not intrest some but might be great for others. Keep up the good work guys this is a great site :->
#26
sabrelord
It would be cheaper to boil a load of elastic bands in hot water. Actually that would proably be healthier as well.


Probably tastier too :-D
#27
Chubby Brown
Bazr I agree with you mate, the whole point of this site is to notify other member of all the great deals out there, As with the Pepsi one alot missed out on the 10 as of stock limitations but there were plenty of variants posted within that thread to still get a good deal. I think if anyone come across a deal, Big or small post it. It might not intrest some but might be great for others. Keep up the good work guys this is a great site :->

Hi chubby (loved you in league of gentlemen :giggle: )and thanks for your comments.:thumbsup:

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