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Sainsbury's misprice on bisto 20p!

£0.20 @ Sainsbury's
Sainsbury's currently have bisto gravy granules 300g on offer for £2.00, but mine scanned at 20p!! Read More
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3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago
Sainsbury's currently have bisto gravy granules 300g on offer for £2.00, but mine scanned at 20p!!
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3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago
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2 Likes #1
I like your style Op STOCK UP :P HEAT
1 Like #2
It's all gravy.
3 Likes #3
Bisto or Bristow ? X)
http://i1.mirror.co.uk/incoming/article1488606.ece/ALTERNATES/s615b/Eric%20Bristow
1 Like #4
I wouldn't have this for free,it's awful compared to the Bisto Best,really watery,with no flavour.
#5
Good find. Love this - really tasty with roast beef.
#6
Thanks op. Heat added.
21 Likes #7
deb8z
I wouldn't have this for free,it's awful compared to the Bisto Best,really watery,with no flavour.


Add less water then X)
#8
Ride that gravy train baby...!
#9
Good deal, but I always end up with lumps in this one.
#10
Darzen
deb8z
I wouldn't have this for free,it's awful compared to the Bisto Best,really watery,with no flavour.
Add less water then X)

You need to use twice as much granules so I just stick to the Bisto Best it tastes nicer :p
#11
I wonder if that's all varieties then cos another post said the same about the chicken ones ??
3 Likes #12
You bought 5 ha ha that's taking the pisto!
#13
Its on clearance as the size has changed. The new smallest size they do now is 350g. They don't do 300g anymore.
#14
Hope they have a good best before on them unless you want roast beef or sausage and mash every night
3 Likes #15
wiggywig
Its on clearance as the size has changed. The new smallest size they do now is 350g. They don't do 300g anymore.

Gosh, Bisto have slipped up here if they are chaging the pack size and putting more in it. What usually happens is:
1. Reduce the amount of product in the pack.
2. Keep the same size pack (or even make it bigger) so the change isn't obvious on the shelf.
3. Maintain the same price and hope the general public don't cotton on.
4. If there is a public enquiry in a tabloid, blame it on #brexit.
1 Like #16
Heat alone for Darzens comment. X)
#17
You must really like gravy.... 5 boxes of it.... goddamn!
1 Like #18
Gave you heat for using the "Mis priced", rather than the dumbos that think a mis price is a glitch!
#19
nice find op, heat added
#20
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#21
Confuzz
Hope they have a good best before on them unless you want roast beef or sausage and mash every night
Peas and gravy!!
1 Like #22
wiggywig
Its on clearance as the size has changed. The new smallest size they do now is 350g. They don't do 300g anymore.


Food company increasing the weight of their products? That'll never catch on. Walkers putting less crisps in the same size bags and Nestle putting smaller chocolate bars in the same size packets...
#23
wiggywig
Its on clearance as the size has changed. The new smallest size they do now is 350g. They don't do 300g anymore.

Same with the Bisto Best,bought one at the weekend,it was 350g it's now 325g
#24
Cheaper than gravel. Might use it as gravel.
#25
Get on the gravy train!
#26
corrines

Sainsbury's currently have bisto gravy granules 300g on offer for £2.00, but mine scanned at 20p!!
#27
Should have told them - no different than being a common thief. Because it comes up at the wrong price due to a clerical error does that make it acceptable? You obviously only bought one packet expecting to pay the full price and once you discovered the error you went back and acquired five more packets. Shame on your parents for not teaching you right from wrong. You knew it was wrong and yet you took advantage of it - typical of the human race today. Bet you would have been the first to go back had you been charged over the odds!
#28
corrines

Sainsbury's currently have bisto gravy granules 300g on offer for £2.00, but mine scanned at 20p!!
#29
A great bargain, considering the cost of prescription charges. Very good treatment for Diarrhoea. It browns, seasons and thickens. Boom Boom.
#30
Jesus...
1 Like #31
sweetpea10
Good deal, but I always end up with lumps in this one.



Then use a stick blender to get the lumps out. Magic.
#32
Confuzz
Hope they have a good best before on them unless you want roast beef or sausage and mash every night



Can use up to at least a year past BB date, no probs.
#33
gone freezing - full £2 each
#34
hope they got plenty of stock
#35
colin912
Should have told them - no different than being a common thief. Because it comes up at the wrong price due to a clerical error does that make it acceptable? You obviously only bought one packet expecting to pay the full price and once you discovered the error you went back and acquired five more packets. Shame on your parents for not teaching you right from wrong. You knew it was wrong and yet you took advantage of it - typical of the human race today. Bet you would have been the first to go back had you been charged over the odds!


X)X)X)
#36
deb8z
Darzen
deb8z
I wouldn't have this for free,it's awful compared to the Bisto Best,really watery,with no flavour.
Add less water then X)
You need to use twice as much granules so I just stick to the Bisto Best it tastes nicer :p

I buy the powder one now
#37
Darzen
colin912
Should have told them - no different than being a common thief. Because it comes up at the wrong price due to a clerical error does that make it acceptable? You obviously only bought one packet expecting to pay the full price and once you discovered the error you went back and acquired five more packets. Shame on your parents for not teaching you right from wrong. You knew it was wrong and yet you took advantage of it - typical of the human race today. Bet you would have been the first to go back had you been charged over the odds!
X)X)X)

What a weird comment,it's not like Sainsburys reduce things to 20p on a regular basis is it X)

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