TESCO IN-STORE BAKERY - 20 MINI FOOTBALL GINGER BREADMEN - NORMAL PRICE - £1.45 - SCANNING AT £0.01p !!!!!! - HotUKDeals
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TESCO IN STORE BAKERY -20 MINI FOOTBALL GINGER BREADMEN £1.45 - SCANNING AT £0.01p

PHOTOS BELOW TO BACK UP THE DEAL !!

Was scanning at £0.01p first thing this morning. (I have only just had chance to post - ((sorryy)) --

This is not reduced to clear, this is a till pricing error.

Not sure if only at this store only or nationwide.

ps - go to the self scan till !!

Cheers

Rick
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#1
This is the box --

http://i148.photobucket.com/albums/s13/RickT_album/NewImage.jpg

& proof of purchase -

http://i148.photobucket.com/albums/s13/RickT_album/photo-2.jpg
#2
Hot, will pop into my local store
#3
Food for 1p - can't be bad! :p

I wouldn't worry about going to self-scan, if it scans at that price I can't see them taking it off you.

Which store was this? It may just be a store-specific error
#4
you went into tescos just to buy gingerbread men for 2p..... lol
#5
malang
you went into tescos just to buy gingerbread men for 2p..... lol


lol -- No.. 3 boxes were purchased on the first transaction with other items, then went back for another 2 boxes after seeing the price!.
(There's no chance of me eating anymore than that!!)

Edited By: RickT on Aug 26, 2010 11:48: edit
#6
well thats lunch sorted tks:)
1 Like #7
run run as fast as you can
#8
It should be at all stores,if any left,its stock left over from the world cup range that is now discontinued.
#9
These aren't actually made by tesco bakery by the way. Tesco buy them in bulk and just put them in those plastic containers and put a sticker on so it looks like they're made fresh.
Still, awesome deal.
#10
bristolboy
It should be at all stores,if any left,its stock left over from the world cup range that is now discontinued.


Are these baked instore?

Edited By: RickT on Aug 26, 2010 13:18: edit
#11
RickT
malang
you went into tescos just to buy gingerbread men for 2p..... lol


lol -- No.. 3 boxes were purchased on the first transaction with other items, then went back for another 2 boxes after seeing the price!.
(There's no chance of me eating anymore than that!!)


The thing is, I got all my shopping yesterday so if I do go, it would only be to buy these and I can't face the embarrassment :|
#12
icehawk
These aren't actually made by tesco bakery by the way. Tesco buy them in bulk and just put them in those plastic containers and put a sticker on so it looks like they're made fresh.
Still, awesome deal.


I see... thats a clever tactic !

Cheers

Rick
#13
RickT
bristolboy
It should be at all stores,if any left,its stock left over from the world cup range that is now discontinued.
Are these baked instore?

No these are not baked in store they come in as they are on the shelf,packed and ready labelled.
#14
Had to buy a sandwich instead for lunch, cos these were most definitely not £0.01 @ tesco Blackpool. They were full price at the till (£1.45) so may well be store specific. or a hand full or selected stores. :( *eating a ploughmans sandwich*
#15
mmuw
Had to buy a sandwich instead for lunch, cos these were most definitely not £0.01 @ tesco Blackpool. They were full price at the till (£1.45) so may well be store specific. or a hand full or selected stores. :( *eating a ploughmans sandwich*


Just think how much healthier you will be though :)
#16
Only about 90% of the bread is made and baked in store.
Everything else is bought in bulk, kept in a freezer and then baked.
Including everything in the plastic packaging.
#17
Probably just an error while printing the barcode sticker in that particular store.
#18
Caz42
mmuw
Had to buy a sandwich instead for lunch, cos these were most definitely not £0.01 @ tesco Blackpool. They were full price at the till (£1.45) so may well be store specific. or a hand full or selected stores. :( *eating a ploughmans sandwich*
Just think how much healthier you will be though :)
I guess you are right on the topic of health, but you can't eat the legs or arms first of the ploughman sandwich (its no fun) :((( lol
#19
teh arn
Only about 90% of the bread is made and baked in store.
Everything else is bought in bulk, kept in a freezer and then baked.
Including everything in the plastic packaging.


get your facts right ...i have been a tesco baker for 15 years and apart from the cakes and pastries and the organic lines all bread is made and baked instore
#20
Mediamogul
teh arn
Only about 90% of the bread is made and baked in store.
Everything else is bought in bulk, kept in a freezer and then baked.
Including everything in the plastic packaging.


get your facts right ...i have been a tesco baker for 15 years and apart from the cakes and pastries and the organic lines all bread is made and baked instore


I've worked in a Morrisons bakery for the past three years and all these sorts of tubbed cakes come in pre packed - all you have to do is put them on the shelves. Same with the muffins, iced ring doughnuts, speciality bread, organic bread, etc (these come in frozen and just need to be thawed out). The cookies and danish come in frozen and just need to be baked off in the revent oven.

Im pretty sure this would be similar across the board of all Supermarkt bakery's. The only things that are made fresh is the cursty bread, crusty rolls, baps/rolls and jam doughnuts. Bigger stores do make their own fresh cream cakes but we get them delivered in ready to be put out.
#21
Mediamogul
teh arn
Only about 90% of the bread is made and baked in store.Everything else is bought in bulk, kept in a freezer and then baked.Including everything in the plastic packaging.
get your facts right ...i have been a tesco baker for 15 years and apart from the cakes and pastries and the organic lines all bread is made and baked instore

also all speciality bread is frozen too..........tesco baker 25 years.......lol
1 Like #22
lots of Tesco and Morrison bakers skiving today? and coming on HOTUKDEALS lol

Asda Baker 2 minutes...lol

Edited By: mmuw on Aug 26, 2010 14:47: forgetfulness
#23
Just in time to watch the World Cup in South Africa on Dave!!
#24
mmuw
Caz42
mmuw
Had to buy a sandwich instead for lunch, cos these were most definitely not £0.01 @ tesco Blackpool. They were full price at the till (£1.45) so may well be store specific. or a hand full or selected stores. :( *eating a ploughmans sandwich*
Just think how much healthier you will be though :)

I guess you are right on the topic of health, but you can't eat the legs or arms first of the ploughman sandwich (its no fun) :((( lol


Oh yeah, never thought about it that way .......damn you rubbish ploughmans!! :p
#25
£1.45 at my Tesco :(
#26
Caz42
mmuw
Caz42
mmuw
Had to buy a sandwich instead for lunch, cos these were most definitely not £0.01 @ tesco Blackpool. They were full price at the till (£1.45) so may well be store specific. or a hand full or selected stores. :( *eating a ploughmans sandwich*
Just think how much healthier you will be though :)
I guess you are right on the topic of health, but you can't eat the legs or arms first of the ploughman sandwich (its no fun) :((( lol
Oh yeah, never thought about it that way .......damn you rubbish ploughmans!! :p
Think U and I should go onto Dragons den and pitch Ploughman sandwichs with arms and legs and cloth caps.....na won't catch on lol
#27
Thats a shame its not at any other stores... Was worth the post on the off chance though!

Rick
#28
These were the England team leftovers Gingerbreadmen..
#29
Mediamogul
teh arn
Only about 90% of the bread is made and baked in store.
Everything else is bought in bulk, kept in a freezer and then baked.
Including everything in the plastic packaging.


get your facts right ...i have been a tesco baker for 15 years and apart from the cakes and pastries and the organic lines all bread is made and baked instore


So what i just said?

Learn to read.....
#30
dtovey89
Mediamogul
teh arn
Only about 90% of the bread is made and baked in store.
Everything else is bought in bulk, kept in a freezer and then baked.
Including everything in the plastic packaging.


get your facts right ...i have been a tesco baker for 15 years and apart from the cakes and pastries and the organic lines all bread is made and baked instore


I've worked in a Morrisons bakery for the past three years and all these sorts of tubbed cakes come in pre packed - all you have to do is put them on the shelves. Same with the muffins, iced ring doughnuts, speciality bread, organic bread, etc (these come in frozen and just need to be thawed out). The cookies and danish come in frozen and just need to be baked off in the revent oven.

Im pretty sure this would be similar across the board of all Supermarkt bakery's. The only things that are made fresh is the cursty bread, crusty rolls, baps/rolls and jam doughnuts. Bigger stores do make their own fresh cream cakes but we get them delivered in ready to be put out.


tesco's even have jam doughnuts frozen, that's why they taste pants, only sainsbury's and morrison's cook they're doughnuts on the premises, my local tesco's even still has the fryer still on view, should call trading standards ;)
#31
mowog
dtovey89
Mediamogul
teh arn
Only about 90% of the bread is made and baked in store.
Everything else is bought in bulk, kept in a freezer and then baked.
Including everything in the plastic packaging.


get your facts right ...i have been a tesco baker for 15 years and apart from the cakes and pastries and the organic lines all bread is made and baked instore


I've worked in a Morrisons bakery for the past three years and all these sorts of tubbed cakes come in pre packed - all you have to do is put them on the shelves. Same with the muffins, iced ring doughnuts, speciality bread, organic bread, etc (these come in frozen and just need to be thawed out). The cookies and danish come in frozen and just need to be baked off in the revent oven.

Im pretty sure this would be similar across the board of all Supermarkt bakery's. The only things that are made fresh is the cursty bread, crusty rolls, baps/rolls and jam doughnuts. Bigger stores do make their own fresh cream cakes but we get them delivered in ready to be put out.


tesco's even have jam doughnuts frozen, that's why they taste pants, only sainsbury's and morrison's cook they're doughnuts on the premises, my local tesco's even still has the fryer still on view, should call trading standards ;)


Yeh, Morrison's doughnuts pretty much own any other Supermarket doughnut. Fresh out the fryer - warm and covered in icing sugar! Yum :D
banned#32
awesome(_;)

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