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Tesco Muffins 4 Pack £1.00 Was £1.59

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Blueberry Muffins 4pk £1 White chocolate & Strawberry filled Muffins 4pk £1 Chocolate Chip Muffins 4 pack £1 Double Choc Muffins 4 pack £1 Read More
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8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
Blueberry Muffins 4pk £1
White chocolate & Strawberry filled Muffins 4pk £1
Chocolate Chip Muffins 4 pack £1
Double Choc Muffins 4 pack £1
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#1
jellybaby22
OMG...noooooo I am trying to stay away from the chocolate and strawberry muffins..:-(

Voted hot ....these are yummy x


You must resist!
#2
jellybaby22
I cant..Im going to tesco right now to get more....I hope you are happy................see wat you made me do......:lol:


:oops:. Remember to share! So the calories get divided :giggle:
#3
Great, thanks for the heads up, will get some of these.
#4
Pretty cold - Somerfield's are currently 70p for 4:
http://www.somerfield.co.uk/offers/deals/bakery.asp
#5
nihcaj
Pretty cold - Somerfield's are currently 70p for 4:
http://www.somerfield.co.uk/offers/deals/bakery.asp


Tesco ones seem more fresh though, direct from the bakery
#6
nihcaj
Pretty cold - Somerfield's are currently 70p for 4:
http://www.somerfield.co.uk/offers/deals/bakery.asp


So they are, well spotted, half price....wonder what the taste difference is :?:
#7
nihcaj
Pretty cold - Somerfield's are currently 70p for 4:
http://www.somerfield.co.uk/offers/deals/bakery.asp


Got some blueberry ones today. Tasted fresh enough to me, but haven't had them from Tesco in a long time so can't do much of a comparison.
#8
Aren't the lemon curd ones included? Shame on you evil empire :evil:
#9
themoose
Tesco ones seem more fresh though, direct from the bakery


Don't let them fool you for freshness. I work in a Tesco Bakery and the muffins are not baked. They are simply defrosted and put on the shelf, the muffins we put out today had been sitting in a freezer for months - leftover stock from the last muffin promotion!
#10
These deals really depress me. How can anyone be bothered to vote on something that is gonna save them 59p? Besides there are hundreds of supermarkets deals like this all the time.
This is what ruins this site for me, well this and all the £2.99 dvd deals.
Sorry.
#11
Jocky Balboa
These deals really depress me. How can anyone be bothered to vote on something that is gonna save them 59p? Besides there are hundreds of supermarkets deals like this all the time.
This is what ruins this site for me, well this and all the £2.99 dvd deals.
Sorry.


I think these would be more beneficial if all the bakery deals were posted in one post. For instance, this month, as well as the muffins, they also have White Split Tin 800g and Wholemeal 800g on 2 for £1.50. Usually about £1.09 each. :thumbsup:
#12
Jocky Balboa
These deals really depress me. How can anyone be bothered to vote on something that is gonna save them 59p? Besides there are hundreds of supermarkets deals like this all the time.
This is what ruins this site for me, well this and all the £2.99 dvd deals.
Sorry.


A good deal isn't about how much you save. And 59p could be the difference between a good deal and a bad one.

I doubt many people go to tescos just for this deal, it's just a good thing to know if you're doing your shopping in tescos - you can get 4 muffins for a quid, wheras at 1.59 you wouldn't have bothered.
#13
Asda and Costco muffins are the hardest and the best in taste.

Tesco are ok but not great as the ones in Asda and Costco.
#14
Tesco muffins are the best! Voted hot!
#15
I have to admit most of the girls/women I've known really enjoy a good muffin :whistling:
#16
thanks - had to spend 45 minutes on the treadclimber to burn off the calories from the muffin I scoffed last night!
#17
Jocky Balboa;5335167
These deals really depress me. How can anyone be bothered to vote on something that is gonna save them 59p? Besides there are hundreds of supermarkets deals like this all the time.
This is what ruins this site for me, well this and all the £2.99 dvd deals.
Sorry.


Like so many newbies, you don't seem to understand what this site is about, nor do you seem to understand what a bargain is. I can't understand why you are here, as you must get no real benefit from it, and need to spend a lot of time seeking out those rare "big" deals! (Most of which are actually very small discounts)

If every item I bought was sold at such a HUGE discount as this (£1 instead of £1.59 is about 37% I think) I would be laughing all the way to the bank. The Somerfield discount is 50%, even better. The trick is getting this off as many of the items I buy as I can.

Now if you can afford to pay 37% or 50% more for what you buy, then be my guest, but your are just wasting your time on here, fooling yourself that getting £50 off a piece of AV gear costing 400 quid is a lot, but I save much more than this every year by buying well discounted everyday items, it's not every day I am buying those big items.
#18
MrKennedy360;5335289
I think these would be more beneficial if all the bakery deals were posted in one post. For instance, this month, as well as the muffins, they also have White Split Tin 800g and Wholemeal 800g on 2 for £1.50. Usually about £1.09 each. :thumbsup:


I don't, I look for things I buy in the headings of the posts, not for every item a supermarket might discount, which can make for HUGE numbers. This would also encourage every 1p discount to be posted, and leaves just the more sizeable ones - even I am not going to trek around a supermarket just for one 1p off item! It makes for a very slow scanning through the deals :-(
#19
mighty mugger;5335888
Asda and Costco muffins are the hardest and the best in taste.


Why would you want HARDNESS in a muffin?
The whole point of them is they are supposed to be soft!
#20
jellybaby22
just had these delivered...yuk...no where near as good as the asda ones...:-(


Don't have them delivered, they pick for you the ones going out of date the fastest LOL, or the bad ones, always pick em up at the store p
#21
PraxxtorCruel
Don't have them delivered, they pick for you the ones going out of date the fastest LOL, or the bad ones, always pick em up at the store p


That's not what their policy says! And whenever I complain about something not being fresh enough I seem to get it for free.
#22
PraxxtorCruel;5342299
Don't have them delivered, they pick for you the ones going out of date the fastest LOL, or the bad ones, always pick em up at the store p


Precisely the reason I stopped home deliveries - add to that, the substitutions were also bordering on ridiculous, and I found myself needing to shop the day after, making it all a total waste of time. Now, it is ONLY for those occasions when I am too incapacitated to get out, which thankfully has been rarer in the last year or so.
#23
From 1 June Lidls have them for 49p and they are delicious
#24
[email protected];5354751
From 1 June Lidls have them for 49p and they are delicious


The Lidl ones are OK, but not in the same league as either Sainsbury's, Tesco, or Somerfield ones. I haven't had the Asda ones so I cant comment.

As a regular Lidl customer, I am all for whatever I can buy there at their prices, but while pleasant enough, and bigger than the others, the muffins are more akin to ordinary "cake" and not the moist muffin texture at all. Probably still worth buying, but will be a disappointment if you are expecting muffins something like the others! Shame :-(
#25
nihcaj
Like so many newbies, you don't seem to understand what this site is about, nor do you seem to understand what a bargain is. I can't understand why you are here, as you must get no real benefit from it, and need to spend a lot of time seeking out those rare "big" deals! (Most of which are actually very small discounts)

If every item I bought was sold at such a HUGE discount as this (£1 instead of £1.59 is about 37% I think) I would be laughing all the way to the bank. The Somerfield discount is 50%, even better. The trick is getting this off as many of the items I buy as I can.

Now if you can afford to pay 37% or 50% more for what you buy, then be my guest, but your are just wasting your time on here, fooling yourself that getting £50 off a piece of AV gear costing 400 quid is a lot, but I save much more than this every year by buying well discounted everyday items, it's not every day I am buying those big items.


Newbies? :thumbsup:I may not have 2000 posts to my name (like certain people with far too much time on their hands) but I have been visiting this on and off for around 2 years now, long before I registered and have saved hundreds of pounds already so this is the place for me!
A lot of deals on this site encourage people to buy things that they wouldn't have ordinarily bought. I believe it contributes to people spending more money than those who never visit this site, therefore costing them more money on an annual shop.
You need to try and let people have their opinions without having to quash the ones you don't agree with.
I see these kind of offers in supermarkets all the time and I just can't see the point of posting them on here, it just clutters up the site.IMO
We all save money while shopping regardless of whether the items have been put on here. There are few people that are more keen to find a bargain than I, many of which have come from this site.
Please don't try to tell me what a bargain is! save your patronising comments for some other "newbie".
Be my guest and laugh yourself to the bank with your 59p in hand, I think I'll keep my £1 thankyou (thats about a 100% saving i think).;-)
Ps Do you get commision at Tesco?
Enjoy those muffins.
#26
Quite a good price.
Lidl are doing some cheap ones this week.
Think they are well under £1 for 4.
For me the best ones are M&S...nothing else comes close. :)
#27
Jocky Balboa;5374990
Newbies? :thumbsup:I may not have 2000 posts to my name (like certain people with far too much time on their hands) but I have been visiting this on and off for around 2 years now, long before I registered and have saved hundreds of pounds already so this is the place for me!
A lot of deals on this site encourage people to buy things that they wouldn't have ordinarily bought. I believe it contributes to people spending more money than those who never visit this site, therefore costing them more money on an annual shop.
You need to try and let people have their opinions without having to quash the ones you don't agree with.
I see these kind of offers in supermarkets all the time and I just can't see the point of posting them on here, it just clutters up the site.IMO
We all save money while shopping regardless of whether the items have been put on here. There are few people that are more keen to find a bargain than I, many of which have come from this site.
Please don't try to tell me what a bargain is! save your patronising comments for some other "newbie".
Be my guest and laugh yourself to the bank with your 59p in hand, I think I'll keep my £1 thankyou (thats about a 100% saving i think).;-)
Ps Do you get commision at Tesco?
Enjoy those muffins.


To be honest, I normally just block people with your attitude, but in his case, I will make an exception, as there is so little you have to say that would justify the effort

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