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Princes tuna chunks in brine available in poundland for £1 (of course).

same item in tesco and asda are £1.78

Note 3 x 80g tins - NOT the full size 185g tins.....
- qyestionmark
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#1
not bad, although I dont like tuna

have some heat
5 Likes #2
Tuna hasnt tasted the same since they stopped putting dolphins bits inside
#3
Not for the salt consious
#4
alanino64
Tuna hasnt tasted the same since they stopped putting dolphins bits inside


agreed, bloody animal rights ruining all the good food as usual!
#5
peterjmay
[quote=alanino64]Tuna hasnt tasted the same since they stopped putting dolphins bits inside

Coming from a Nun ... rofl :D

Edited By: Eyodaa on Mar 23, 2011 13:44
#6
http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/thereporters/richardblack/TUNAPROTESTGREENPEACE.jpg
#7
Kevo2k7
http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/thereporters/richardblack/TUNAPROTESTGREENPEACE.jpg

lol
#8
Kevo2k7
http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/thereporters/richardblack/TUNAPROTESTGREENPEACE.jpg
YES I WOULD
#9
What do puffer fish taste like? (He is a puffer fish isn't he?)
#10
Just on the off chance that you're serious: No, he's a clownfish.
1 Like #11
Murielson
What do puffer fish taste like? (He is a puffer fish isn't he?)


Clown.
#12
80g :( had me thinking it was full size!
#13
Jacob (:
80g :( had me thinking it was full size!

I was rather hoping it would be the full size ones, but those cans are about 120g, some 50% bigger, 3 of these for £1 would be comparable to paying 50p per can for those larger tins, so maybe not as cheap as that 'no drain' stuff at Asda, but a good price and it's often handy to have some smaller tins in the cupboard.
1 Like #14
Scrungee
Jacob (:
80g :( had me thinking it was full size!


I was rather hoping it would be the full size ones, but those cans are about 120g, some 50% bigger, 3 of these for £1 would be comparable to paying 50p per can for those larger tins, so maybe not as cheap as that 'no drain' stuff at Asda, but a good price and it's often handy to have some smaller tins in the cupboard.


You're not comparing like with like. These aren't no-drain; these are in spring water. The large tins in spring water are 185g (not 120g!). These 80g tins at 33p each work out at 77p for a full size tin, which is quite expensive.....
#15
qyestionmark
Scrungee
Jacob (:
80g :( had me thinking it was full size!

I was rather hoping it would be the full size ones, but those cans are about 120g, some 50% bigger, 3 of these for £1 would be comparable to paying 50p per can for those larger tins, so maybe not as cheap as that 'no drain' stuff at Asda, but a good price and it's often handy to have some smaller tins in the cupboard.

You're not comparing like with like. These aren't no-drain; these are in spring water. The large tins in spring water are 185g (not 120g!). These 80g tins at 33p each work out at 77p for a full size tin, which is quite expensive.....
if you look on mysupermarket per 100g the cheapest you will find is this
Was £1.24 Now £1.00
(54.1p / 100g)
Princes Tuna Chunks in Brine (185g)

in this pack you get 3x80g tins which is 240g so if you work it out is is more than 10p per 100g cheaper.
:)
#16
liam116
if you look on mysupermarket per 100g the cheapest you will find is this
Was £1.24 Now £1.00
(54.1p / 100g)
Princes Tuna Chunks in Brine (185g)

in this pack you get 3x80g tins which is 240g so if you work it out is is more than 10p per 100g cheaper.
:)


It doesn't sound like mysupermarket is doing a very good job! Tesco, for example, has lots of Prince's deals at the moment at about 40p/100g, and Tesco own brand even cheaper. But this is what I'd call a NORMAL offer price for Tuna (i.e. around 70p for a full size tin). I usually wait for it to be 50p/tin. Asda was was actually recently selling full size tins at about 32p - In other words the equivalent of 3 x FULL SIZE tins for 94p....... That's a lot cheaper than this deal. ;)
#17
offers gone that will never return, with poundland this deal will be here for months :)

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