Tesco lunch deal £3 now includes Innocent/Nakd smoothies.(£1.99/2.19 seperately). - HotUKDeals
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Tesco lunch deal £3.00 now includes Innocent/Nakd smoothies.(£1.99/2.19 seperately).

£3.00 @ Tesco
Great value. My pre-deal cost was £5.48 (including sandwich/McCoy crisps and Innocent smoothie). Read More
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2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago
Great value. My pre-deal cost was £5.48 (including sandwich/McCoy crisps and Innocent smoothie).
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2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago
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#1
These have been included for over a year at my local store :) great deal with these
4 Likes #2
Morrison's £3 lunch deals are the king of all. such a good range of main, snacks and drinks including a medium salad box.
sainsburys are shameful.

(I'm voting hot for your deal....I just needed that little outburst....thanks)

PS Morrison's includes the fresh coffee from their machines. the lattes are lovely.
1 Like #3
Tesco £3 lunch deal is well worth the money when you pick the more expensive items. You can save over 50% when picking the more expensive items and there's a heck of a lot of items to choose from!
2 Likes #4
choosing the naked smoothie or the big can of red bull feels like you are cheating the system and getting a good deal, but really you're just playing into their hands. if you really want to save money take a packed lunch to work.
1 Like #5
It just proves how much profit they make at regular price.
#6
barginfan
It just proves how much profit they make at regular price.
yeah, while those naked smoothies are nice - they are ridiculously overpriced, and bet their sandwiches cost them next to nothing to produce
3 Likes #7
Voted hot based on the smoothies being expensive, my only gripe is the lack of veggie options on these meal deals.

I end up getting the Tesco Finest salad/pasta boxes or one from M&S (2 for £3.50), a sharing bag of crisps (e.g. those Ritz Crisp & Thin are my current choice) and a can from Lidl next door, end up being less than £3.00 in total if you get enough for two days with better quality products.

Unless it's a Friday, then I can't resist a cheeky chippy run ;)
1 Like #8
I know the Naked ones at £2.60 have been included for a while now as u always go for them.
#9
sqwamsley
barginfan
It just proves how much profit they make at regular price.
yeah, while those naked smoothies are nice - they are ridiculously overpriced, and bet their sandwiches cost them next to nothing to produce

I don't have exact figures but told that even on a 75% reduction they still make a profit on them.
#10
sqwamsley
choosing the naked smoothie or the big can of red bull feels like you are cheating the system and getting a good deal, but really you're just playing into their hands. if you really want to save money take a packed lunch to work.

Not possible for thousands of people that spend most their week in a hotel.
#11
Undisclosed2
sqwamsley
choosing the naked smoothie or the big can of red bull feels like you are cheating the system and getting a good deal, but really you're just playing into their hands. if you really want to save money take a packed lunch to work.
Not possible for thousands of people that spend most their week in a hotel.
well yeah, obviously
1 Like #12
would like to see them in more travel outlets like airports and train stations
#13
Undisclosed2
sqwamsley
choosing the naked smoothie or the big can of red bull feels like you are cheating the system and getting a good deal, but really you're just playing into their hands. if you really want to save money take a packed lunch to work.

Not possible for thousands of people that spend most their week in a hotel.


Leas people should cheat on their wives then
#14
This is why it's a great deal. This deal costs £3 but individual retails at £6.24
Various sandwiches & wraps £2.35
Tesco Beef Jerky or McVities digestive slice 90p
Innocent fruit & veg drink £2.99

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