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Rotisserie Chicken £2.00 @ tesco

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8y, 8m agoFound 8 years, 8 months ago
Just went to tesco for ma lunch and noticed they have dropped the price on rotisserie chickens from £3.74 to £2

Bargain!! cheaper that a ready made chicken sandwich!!
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#1
Hmmm, I'm afraid I'd only buy free range or not at all. Cold.
banned#2
i heard that in store at Enfield
#3
[email protected]
Hmmm, I'm afraid I'd only buy free range or not at all. Cold.



Just because YOU only like free range doesn't make it cold.

Reduced from £3.72 to £2 makes it hot for me!
#4
[email protected]
Hmmm, I'm afraid I'd only buy free range or not at all. Cold.


thats fine if you would only buy free range, but isn't the tag line of HUKD 'anarchy for the masses' meaning that if the price is cheap its a good deal?!


spot on deek, my thoughts exactly!!
#5
mcozmick
thats fine if you would only buy free range, but isn't the tag line of HUKD 'anarchy for the masses' meaning that if the price is cheap its a good deal?!


spot on deek, my thoughts exactly!!


Nope. It's my opinion that battery farmed chicken is a bad thing. Therefore I can use my vote to vote cold.

£3.72 is very cheap anyway but there are some things that I deliberately pay more for to do my bit for other people and the country. I buy local produce where possible, free range and fair trade. It matters to me and I'm sorry you don't feel that sometimes it's worth paying a little more.
#6
But free range does not cost a little more, quite a lot more actually, as does local produce & fair trade.
Not everyone can afford the extra, i think we all know battery hens, etc is a bad thing, we just can not afford almost double for free range. By the way, i do try and buy free range if i can, organic too, especially when it is on offer!, i just acknowledge that this is a HOT deal. anyone know if it is online too?
#7
[email protected]
Nope. It's my opinion that battery farmed chicken is a bad thing. Therefore I can use my vote to vote cold.

£3.72 is very cheap anyway but there are some things that I deliberately pay more for to do my bit for other people and the country. I buy local produce where possible, free range and fair trade. It matters to me and I'm sorry you don't feel that sometimes it's worth paying a little more.


that is not what i said at all!! did i mention anything about you voting cold? or anything about those poor little chickens? NO!!

what i said was this is cheap!!
#8
This was advertised in the sun today - I'd be taking it up if only the OH didn't mind bones...
#9
http://www.channel4.com/food/images/mb/Channel4/4Food/ontv/food-season08/hugh-chicken-run/hugh_preview_ahero_01.jpghttp://i46.photobucket.com/albums/f131/heletari/Chicken_out_250x250.gif]

(btw I haven't voted either way lol)
#10
heat added, bought one of these yesterday, very tasty, just finished the last of it on a butty :)
#11
[email protected]
Nope. It's my opinion that battery farmed chicken is a bad thing. Therefore I can use my vote to vote cold.

£3.72 is very cheap anyway but there are some things that I deliberately pay more for to do my bit for other people and the country. I buy local produce where possible, free range and fair trade. It matters to me and I'm sorry you don't feel that sometimes it's worth paying a little more.


re:your other posts on £500 baby grant.no wonder you cant afford to go to pub etc if you are able to afford to buy things like this i regard these as luxury items and cannot afford these in my weekly shopping budget,so therefore maybe if you cut back on buying stuff like this you would have more money!!!:p
#12
[email protected]
Hmmm, I'm afraid I'd only buy free range or not at all. Cold.


Yawn....................

Just cause you dont like the product, doesnt make a cold deal.

voted hot
#13
[email protected]
Nope. It's my opinion that battery farmed chicken is a bad thing. Therefore I can use my vote to vote cold.

£3.72 is very cheap anyway but there are some things that I deliberately pay more for to do my bit for other people and the country. I buy local produce where possible, free range and fair trade. It matters to me and I'm sorry you don't feel that sometimes it's worth paying a little more.
oh dear
#14
To be honest, in an ideal world, we'd all want to buy free range. The thing with this product though is that it's a ready cooked, nice hot chicken. When we get one of these it's usually because we're in a rush and don't have time to cook, but don't want a ready meal. One of these and a couple of bags of chips from the chippy and the whole family's happy.

The thing is, I don't know of anywhere that sells free-range rotisserie chickens, so if I want a quick, easy and tasty roast chicken meal, then I don't have a free range option. I'm sure that some places do, but not where I live. We do try our best to buy local meat, using our excellent butcher rather than Tescos, and we try to buy fair trade where possible, but surely this must be a hot deal/meal.
#15
justintrouble;2006743
http://www.channel4.com/food/images/mb/Channel4/4Food/ontv/food-season08/hugh-chicken-run/hugh_preview_ahero_01.jpg]

Battery farming is terrible - there's no way i'd want to eat that one in the middle with the glasses......
#16
Result,
This means my Waitrose will price match.

They only cook chickens that are free range and from the county next to mine.

It tastes soooooo much better that the mass produced Tesco!

Pointless acting with a vote here.

Use your feet at the supermarket.
1 Like #17
I don't understand why people waste their time clicking on deals that don't interest them and then complain about them?!

Voted hot! Thanks mcozmick!
#18
HOT....both the price and the chicken I just ate.... :-)
#19
Voted hot. After all its a hot chicken!

Free range or not, at the end of the day its still gonna end up on a plate so don't see what all the fuss is about!
#20
Is this the hot chicken you buy from the 'hot food' or whatever its called section? Or the cold ones?

HOT whatever. I'll be getting to tesco to buy as many as I can eat, protien-tastic!
#21
jayhab
Battery farming is terrible - there's no way i'd want to eat that one in the middle with the glasses......


Dunno why! It looks as if there's a lot of meat on it - & you could always spit the glases out. :whistling:
#22
sadiebabes
I don't understand why people waste their time clicking on deals that don't interest them and then complain about them?!

Voted hot! Thanks mcozmick!


Brewer
HOT....both the price and the chicken I just ate.... :-)


londonthing98
Voted hot. After all its a hot chicken!

Free range or not, at the end of the day its still gonna end up on a plate so don't see what all the fuss is about!


shabbauk
Is this the hot chicken you buy from the 'hot food' or whatever its called section? Or the cold ones?

HOT whatever. I'll be getting to tesco to buy as many as I can eat, protien-tastic!


sound guy's, just tryin to do my bit!!! enjoy!!
#23
Cold
;-)
Chickens a mass produced taste poo!
To all that say they cant afford the extra £4 for a free range is rubbish:whistling:
#24
Its almost half priced its hot!

Surely even a vegetarian would agree!

I dont eat quorn, because i like meat.

If quorn was half price, it would be a hot deal!
#25
[email protected]
Nope. It's my opinion that battery farmed chicken is a bad thing. Therefore I can use my vote to vote cold.

£3.72 is very cheap anyway but there are some things that I deliberately pay more for to do my bit for other people and the country. I buy local produce where possible, free range and fair trade. It matters to me and I'm sorry you don't feel that sometimes it's worth paying a little more.


Fair trade only huh? Read this report on fairtrade which was only written end of Feb:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2008/feb/25/fairtrade.report

Summary of fairtrade is, it can do more harm than good, due fairtrade only trading with certain farmers leaving other farmers worse off.
#26
I keep my own chickens for eggs. If you all realised what lovely personalities and intelligence they had you wouldn't be buying them for £2 and would make sure you only bought free range.

Let's hope you don't all come back as chickens and end up at Tesco's!
#27
Oh the ignorance of people. Fill your plastic bags up with as many of these as you can whilst driving miles in your 4x4's , thats just after youve been to the pub & smoked yourselves & us to death. Dont forget to pick up the Giro on the way.Sorry I forgot you cant afford Free range or go without. It must be that cheap meat thats rotted the brain.
#28
Disgusting.
#29
Sorry IMO ethics do count towards a deal being hot or not

It is obscene that a chicken is being sold for £2, less than a pack of fags. Its a sorry sorry world we live in

Cold.
#30
I find this difficult - yes it is a hot deal - and for someone who would genuinely find a £6 free range chicken an over-priced luxury it's a great deal... but then they probably can't afford a computer and internet link.
#31
rhinopaul
Oh the ignorance of people. Fill your plastic bags up with as many of these as you can whilst driving miles in your 4x4's , thats just after youve been to the pub & smoked yourselves & us to death. Dont forget to pick up the Giro on the way.Sorry I forgot you cant afford Free range or go without. It must be that cheap meat thats rotted the brain.


Look, the fact of the matter is that if we dont eat these 'Hot Deals' then they will end up in a huge bin at the back of tesco's.

N before you say thats whats wrong with society, im just trying to let people know of a good cheap alternative to a ready meal!!

Meat eater or veggie, we should all be able to spot a bargain when we see one!! Is that not why were here??
#32
Battery Chickens are indeed a false economy.. I much prefer the ones you plug into the mains. They seem to be crispier! :oops:
#33
Donna F
I keep my own chickens for eggs. If you all realised what lovely personalities and intelligence they had you wouldn't be buying them for £2 and would make sure you only bought free range.

Let's hope you don't all come back as chickens and end up at Tesco's!


Hmmm. Let me see if I've got this right. You want us to murder your darling pets (with their lovely personalities and intelligence) and leave those £2 chickens in Tesco to be thrown out, thus sacrificing their lives for nothing?

IF I come back as anything, I don't think I will care what it was (hamster, elephant, ostrich or whatever) once I have passed on. As an earlier post said, freerange or battery, it is all the same to the bird once it is on the plate!
#34
mcozmick;2007270
Look, the fact of the matter is that if we dont eat these 'Hot Deals' then they will end up in a huge bin at the back of tesco's.


That's the best thing that could happen - because then Tesco would realise people don't want them, and they wouldn't sell them anymore. :thumbsup:
#35
mcozmick
Look, the fact of the matter is that if we dont eat these 'Hot Deals' then they will end up in a huge bin at the back of tesco's.

Surely that's what should happen - Tescos might then learn not to overstock on chicken.
banned#36
This subject will always cause an arguement.

I personally only buy organic or free range, but if other people want to buy this then its entirely up to them. We are all entitled to our opinion.

The only thing that grates on me was rightly made in an earlier reply about these people who say that its all they can afford when they can afford to smoke/drink/drive/take drugs etc., thats just a cop-out. It's no arguement. Why not say its my choice, I don't care how it's that price and thats what I will buy.
#37
dink
IF I come back as anything, I don't think I will care what it was (hamster, elephant, ostrich or whatever) once I have passed on.


Oh I do. I'm so unlucky I will probably come back as a fly stood in a dog turd somewhere!
#38
dink
As an earlier post said, freerange or battery, it is all the same to the bird once it is on the plate!


No one disputes that - it's the bit between egg and plate people are commenting on ;-).

But it's still a hot deal...
#39
Tightgituk
Cold
;-)
Chickens a mass produced taste poo!
To all that say they cant afford the extra £4 for a free range is rubbish:whistling:


If its only £4, how about you pay the extra £4 for me,
1 Like #40
Donna F
I keep my own chickens for eggs. If you all realised what lovely personalities and intelligence they had you wouldn't be buying them for £2 and would make sure you only bought free range.


I worked on a free-range farm. Chickens are about the most stupid, personality-free creatures around. I'll spare the board some of their their viler habits.

dratcliffe
Sorry IMO ethics do count towards a deal being hot or not

It is obscene that a chicken is being sold for £2, less than a pack of fags. Its a sorry sorry world we live in

Cold.


Chickens are protein. Good for you. Cigarettes contain nicotine and tar. Bad for you. Government taxes the latter much more highly than the former. Hence the disparity in price. Would you like cigarettes to be £2 and chickens £6, because that will definitely stimulate poultry consumption and reduce smoking, wouldn't it?

I wish we had a stupid button to reward some of these posts.

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