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SMA Toddler Milk £2.00 Boots In Store

£2.00 @ Boots
Hi, Boots Crow Road in Glasgow has the old version of SMA Toddler Milk 1-3 reduced to clear at £2 per tin. Was told it should be in every store as they have been advised to reduce all the old t… Read More
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8m, 3w agoFound 8 months, 3 weeks ago
Hi,

Boots Crow Road in Glasgow has the old version of SMA Toddler Milk 1-3 reduced to clear at £2 per tin.

Was told it should be in every store as they have been advised to reduce all the old tin/packaging stock to £2.

They had 10 tins, I still use a lot so took 6 and left 4 as thought clearing the shelf was greedy.

Use by date was end 2017.

Good luck finding the remaining stock in all the other stores.
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Interesting. Didn't think that shops were allowed to run promotions on formula! In fact they're not, it's illegal:

Restrictions on promotion of infant formula

23.—(1) No person shall at any place where any infant formula is sold by retail—

(a)advertise any infant formula;

(b)make any special display of an infant formula designed to promote sales;

(c)give away—

(i)any infant formula as a free sample, or

(ii)any coupon which may be used to purchase an infant formula at a discount;

(d)promote the sale of an infant formula by means of premiums, special sales, loss-leaders or tie-in sales; or

(e)undertake any other promotional activity to induce the sale of an infant formula.


Edited By: Stealth_Fox on Aug 04, 2016 15:58
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Stealth_Fox
Interesting. Didn't think that shops were allowed to run promotions on formula! In fact they're not, it's illegal:

Restrictions on promotion of infant formula

23.—(1) No person shall at any place where any infant formula is sold by retail—

(a)advertise any infant formula;

(b)make any special display of an infant formula designed to promote sales;

(c)give away—

(i)any infant formula as a free sample, or

(ii)any coupon which may be used to purchase an infant formula at a discount;

(d)promote the sale of an infant formula by means of premiums, special sales, loss-leaders or tie-in sales; or

(e)undertake any other promotional activity to induce the sale of an infant formula.



They can't reduce from birth milk, toddler or 6 month plus is fine. Great find op hope they have some in my store tomorrow
#3
loveszebargains
Stealth_Fox
Interesting. Didn't think that shops were allowed to run promotions on formula! In fact they're not, it's illegal:
Restrictions on promotion of infant formula
23.—(1) No person shall at any place where any infant formula is sold by retail—
(a)advertise any infant formula;
(b)make any special display of an infant formula designed to promote sales;
(c)give away—
(i)any infant formula as a free sample, or
(ii)any coupon which may be used to purchase an infant formula at a discount;(d)promote the sale of an infant formula by means of premiums, special sales, loss-leaders or tie-in sales; or
(e)undertake any other promotional activity to induce the sale of an infant formula.
They can't reduce from birth milk, toddler or 6 month plus is fine. Great find op hope they have some in my store tomorrow
Fair enough, even though we bottle fed our three from about 2 weeks, I wasn't aware of that, was always a right pain in the backside to get any sort of discount on formula!
#4
Thanks for sharing. I will check tomorrow, on my way to work .
#5
we use cow and gate 1-2 yrs for my twins just turning one next week..I too thought that you could never get a discount on formula but just recently discovered that the money off vouchers from tesco can used on them..for example bought 5 boxes at £8.25 then used £8 off £40 and it worked fine x
#6
They got rid of these ages ago in my locals :(
#7
I'd have cleared shelf without regret. Fair play to op for leaving some.
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Pointless money spinning rubbish and thats coming from wife who's a midwife.
#9
I too would have cleared the shelf but we moved onto cows milk at 1. Pretty sure that unless your children have a certain allergy then normal milk is what is recommended for age 12 months plus.
#10
onlineo
I too would have cleared the shelf but we moved onto cows milk at 1. Pretty sure that unless your children have a certain allergy then normal milk is what is recommended for age 12 months plus.


Remember government 'recommendations' are not always best...

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