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Stella 4 x 440ml x cans £2.71 @ Amazon (prime exclusive)

£2.71 @ Amazon
Was £2.61 when placed order, delivery is £2.99 but I had a deduction of £3 , but I don't know why the deduction was there Mixed mine up with some strongbow Read More
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11m, 2w agoFound 11 months, 2 weeks ago
Was £2.61 when placed order, delivery is £2.99 but I had a deduction of £3 , but I don't know why the deduction was there

Mixed mine up with some strongbow
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2 Likes #1
why? goto the cornershop. instant lager and cold ready to drink. lol.
1 Like #2
Wish it was Stella Cidre
1 Like #3
Nowt special
1 Like #4
trojan34
why? goto the cornershop. instant lager and cold ready to drink. lol.

Corner shop and pay £5 for 4 Stellas instead of nearly half the price. The man with the plan!
5 Likes #5
EagleUK
trojan34
why? goto the cornershop. instant lager and cold ready to drink. lol.

Corner shop and pay £5 for 4 Stellas instead of nearly half the price. The man with the plan!


The 'man with a plan' has to make a profit to bring food home for his family. And pay his taxes whereas Amazon are not bothered to pay theirs.
3 Likes #6
sam_of_london
Wish it was Stella Cidre

So I drank some Stella Cidre...
2 Likes #7
The deduction would be from no rush prime credit.
#8
TheRatedSeller
EagleUK
trojan34
why? goto the cornershop. instant lager and cold ready to drink. lol.
Corner shop and pay £5 for 4 Stellas instead of nearly half the price. The man with the plan!
The 'man with a plan' has to make a profit to bring food home for his family. And pay his taxes whereas Amazon are not bothered to pay theirs.


So? As long as their prices are cheap.
#9
Presumably the deduction was pantry credit from prime day.
1 Like #10
£3.50 in Asda if you do not want to wait till Friday delivery
1 Like #11
It's the British brewed crap. try the imported belgium stella and you'll never go back
1 Like #12
williams1984
It's the British brewed crap. try the imported belgium stella and you'll never go back


where can I buy the Belgium imported stuff... I used to love Stella when it was 5.2%
#13
Showing as £3.22
3 Likes #14
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#15
The 4% Stella is under £3 for 4.
#16
Fosters £2.20 for 4.
#17
Horrendous drink.
An embarrassment to Belgium now in beer terms.:(
Good deal though if you like awful beer.


Edited By: andybrock on Aug 11, 2016 21:08
#18
You had some no rush credit which was automatically applied.

Sadly I've spent all of mine!
#19
Strongbow Original x 12 440 ml for 6.15 is the real deal. Even better earlier when I ordered it at 5.43 (yes, I had the 3 quid credit)! HIC!

Edited By: bellboys on Aug 11, 2016 22:13
#20
TheRatedSeller
EagleUK
trojan34
why? goto the cornershop. instant lager and cold ready to drink. lol.
Corner shop and pay £5 for 4 Stellas instead of nearly half the price. The man with the plan!
The 'man with a plan' has to make a profit to bring food home for his family. And pay his taxes whereas Amazon are not bothered to pay theirs.

And if Mr Cameron had been so bothered he would have called them up on it and closed the loophole.
Next...
#21
benjammin316
TheRatedSeller
EagleUK
trojan34
why? goto the cornershop. instant lager and cold ready to drink. lol.
Corner shop and pay £5 for 4 Stellas instead of nearly half the price. The man with the plan!
The 'man with a plan' has to make a profit to bring food home for his family. And pay his taxes whereas Amazon are not bothered to pay theirs.

So? As long as their prices are cheap.

My thoughts exactly. I'd rather the money was in my pockets instead of the treasury who send the money abroad or going towards the toffs' keep their 50 acre lawns mowed.
#22
The tax irony in this thread is that Stella 4.8% was created to save tax >

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2090136/Taxbeater-Stella-Budweiser-cut-alcohol-levels-bid-save-millions-pounds-duty-hikes.html

So because of tax you have a sh*tty tasting beer :)
1 Like #23
williams1984
It's the British brewed crap. try the imported belgium stella and you'll never go back
Agreed, but most of it is brewed in UK.

Edited By: rodman on Aug 12, 2016 00:24
#24
3.23 now
#25
glen01554
williams1984
It's the British brewed crap. try the imported belgium stella and you'll never go back


where can I buy the Belgium imported stuff... I used to love Stella when it was 5.2%


usually in local off licenses. We have a nisa by us and they stock it. 4 pint cans for £5.
#26
if you're looking for an alternative drink around the same price I recommend oranjeboom. its 4.7%. They do a strong version that's 8.5% but I'm yet to try that.
#27
Orangeboom is the nuts. Much better than Stella

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