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Tesco value jelly - ONLY 1P

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5y, 8m agoFound 5 years, 8 months ago
Spotted this in Tesco Wisbech today. Only 1p and makes perfect jelly.Last time the cheapest it was 6p.

INSTORE Only.
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7 Likes #1
TTTTTRRRAAAAMPPPPSSSSS
#2
swardchill
TTTTTRRRAAAAMPPPPSSSSS with jelly.
Personally, I can only ever do jelly in a trifle.
3 Likes #3
Are the ingredients ok? Or will the kids keep running around for a week, after they've eaten it?

Hot tho....
#4
All seems good,we are using it for years...kids love it.
#5
Fab deal, I got some from Asda for 2p last week. For that price you cant complain, ideal for kids parties
8 Likes #6
at that price i might consider buying 2... heat added
7 Likes #7
Vodka Jelly!!!!
#8
Does this actually make the "perfect jelly" or is it just ****

Edited By: andywedge on Mar 24, 2011 15:25: swearing removed
#9
greg55678
Does this actually make the "perfect jelly" or is it just ****


What are you expecting for a penny?

Edited By: andywedge on Mar 24, 2011 15:26: swearing removed
#10
thats just too cheap to eat!
19 Likes #11
I think i will wait and see if it gets reduced again.

Edited By: alexandercooper on Mar 24, 2011 10:38
#12
so i could buy 10,000 packs of jelly for £10?

deal
2 Likes #13
John Locke
greg55678
Does this actually make the "perfect jelly" or is it just ****


What are you expecting for a penny?


It's jelly, it makes jelly, like any other jelly ;)


Edited By: andywedge on Mar 24, 2011 15:26: swearing removed
12 Likes #14
sarahandkevin
so i could buy 10,000 packs of jelly for £10?

deal

Nope, but you could buy 1,000 packs of jelly for a tenner! LOL ;-P
36 Likes #15
sarahandkevin
so i could buy 10,000 packs of jelly for £10?

deal

Maybe use the £10 to buy a calculator!
#16
farfromout
sarahandkevin
so i could buy 10,000 packs of jelly for £10?

deal

Maybe use the £10 to buy a calculator!

looool :D
3 Likes #17
tightpants
Are the ingredients ok? Or will the kids keep running around for a week, after they've eaten it?

Hot tho....

if i make it for the wife and she runs 5 miles a day by the end of the week she will be 35 miles away sorted for 1p
#18
alexandercooper
I think i will wait and see if it gets reduced again.

scottish? like the 2 old guys in the pub with beer at ww2 prices and they are sitting in the corner dry as a bone waiting for the happy hour
#19
sarahandkevin
so i could buy 10,000 packs of jelly for £10?

deal


i dare you to
1 Like #20
alexandercooper
I think i will wait and see if it gets reduced again.


tesco special... £0.01 or 2 for £0.03 lol
1 Like #21
Wibble,wibble,wobble,wobble. Heat from me. :)
4 Likes #22
It's cheap because it's a lump of gristle from a dead cow. (gelatine)
1 Like #23
wow I love the competition Tesco are having with Asda cos we the consumers get the good deals ... I have been buying this for ages when it was 6p a packet ... makes a cheap and cheerful pudding ..
Great price at 1p

:)
5 Likes #24
james4809
It's cheap because it's a lump of gristle from a dead cow. (gelatine)


Yeah I prefer my gristle from a cow that is alive...
4 Likes #25
bobinio
james4809
It's cheap because it's a lump of gristle from a dead cow. (gelatine)


Yeah I prefer my gristle from a cow that is alive...

i think we should keep our other halfs out of this
#26
How many E numbers does it contain? Call me frivolous but I'd rather spend 80p on a jelly with natural colours.


Edited By: mccririck on Mar 24, 2011 12:22
2 Likes #27
Oh you poor soul, this jelly is made from the same ingredients as branded name jellys. All you pay-is just for a name. But old trick- no artificial colours,flavours and preservatives-works very well for manufacturers. Of course everyone has a choice...

mccririck
How many E numbers does it contain? I'd rather spend 80p on a jelly with natural colours.

#28
Cold from me - just checked my local and still 6p (as normal). Has anyone else checked in-store?
#29
Dread to think what's in that... ;)
banned 1 Like #30
gramcknight
Cold from me - just checked my local and still 6p (as normal). Has anyone else checked in-store?

Yes,its 1p in my local Tesco Hunstanton, bought 100 for a pound .It will last some time :)
#31
As well as cow gristle it may contain E120 colouring which is the rear end of insects crushed up. Mainly sourced from south america where hygiene in food production doesn't seem to be too high. I don't know for sure it does but E120 does appear in a few strawberry/raspberry jelly products. I wouldn't of thought they could afford to be too fussy if selling it for 1p.
#32
I'm going to end up with a jelly belly. :(
#33
Bought some for 6p with the (i think) 7p strawberry whip a few months back, can i return them?
#34
The customer in front of me in Morrisons today was stocking up on Morrison's Value jelly @ 2p a block. There must be a jelly price war on at the moment!
#35
sarahandkevin
so i could buy 10,000 packs of jelly for £10?

deal


Buy 10,000 packs and make a house of Jelly with them :)

Alternatively just fill a small garden swimming pool or large paddling pool with them and splash about ;P
1 Like #36
omg what is in this for 1p. I wouldnt dare try it
4 Likes #37
Sell your house, buy 10 million of these, and then get a factory to make them all. You should be able to make a jelly boat strong enough to support you. Then, float away and life the rest of your life on it.
1 Like #38
dinkii
omg what is in this for 1p. I wouldnt dare try it

probably the same as whats in the rest of them
#39
Paid 6p in my local Tesco
1 Like #40
How is a block of cow fat and E numbers so hot! What happened to the HUKD healthy brigade?

Edited By: feeder16 on Mar 24, 2011 18:05

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