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Red Lion Corned Beef/ Cooked Ham 200g £3.00 BOGOF @ Sainsbury's

£3.00 @ Sainsbury's
£3 BOGOF Red Lion Corned Beef 200g (8 slices) Red Lion Foods Cooked Ham 200g (8 slices average) Red Lion Foods: 100% of our post tax profits are used to help UK forces’ charities and cause… Read More
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6y, 5m agoFound 6 years, 5 months ago
£3 BOGOF

Red Lion Corned Beef 200g (8 slices)
Red Lion Foods Cooked Ham 200g (8 slices average)

Red Lion Foods: 100% of our post tax profits are used to help UK forces’ charities and causes"
http://www.redlionfoods.com/about-us.html
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1 Like #1
£3 for 8 slices of corned beef, have I been in the Twghlight Zone!?
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diabeticguy
£3 for 8 slices of corned beef, have I been in the Twghlight Zone!?


This is probably the reason "100% of our post tax profits are used to help UK forces’ charities and causes" http://www.redlionfoods.com/about-us.html
suspended#3
I'm all for charity but this is expensive still
#4
Better to give direct !
#5
diabeticguy
£3 for 8 slices of corned beef, have I been in the Twghlight Zone!?

It's BOGOF so it's £3 for 16 slices
1 Like #6
Never quite understood why people pay a premium price for short-life pre-sliced CANNED meat, when a can would stay fresh for YEARS, and be far cheaper!

£3 will easily buy two large cans of top quality corned beef, with change or probably 3 cans of cheaper stuff.
Slicing it must be such a challenge!

If you want to give to charity, give direct, where's the problem in that too?

Edited By: nihcaj on Nov 21, 2010 20:22

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