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Tesco Single Rectangular Sleeping Bag - half price - from £15.00 down to £7.50

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Tesco are currently selling their "Tesco Single Rectangular Sleeping Bag" (not the value one that has been on previous posts recently) for £7.50. This is reduced from £15.00 to £7.50.
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That's great...but not where i live they don't :) So, a half price one from Tesco was a good deal for me :)
I have looked on line and Asda aren't advertising a sleeping bag for £4.00 so it must be in store only.
asda has these for £4
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Tesco £20 off an IPad and £50 off when you trade in another tablet

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£50 off any iPad when you trade in another tablet valid only in Homeplus stores and extra stores. also £20 off with code TDX-PT6L at Tesco Direct this also included 1yr accidental damage cover on an…
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My HP Touchpad (remember those?) is still doing the business so wouldn't think of trading it in
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francescadeals
The reason you are seeing all these ipad deals on HDUK is because next gen ipad & mini are rumoured to be released at the end of 2013. Just a warning, probably be worth waiting as the new ones have improved specs & retina screen.
indeed they are but after the next ones a year later more new ones are due again so probably best to wait and never buy anything, I was going to buy a galaxy s4 the other day but realised the s5 is due out next so thought best to wait but I might wait for the s6 or s7, not decided yet.........

You should wait for the S7S
francescadeals
The reason you are seeing all these ipad deals on HDUK is because next gen ipad & mini are rumoured to be released at the end of 2013. Just a warning, probably be worth waiting as the new ones have improved specs & retina screen.
indeed they are but after the next ones a year later more new ones are due again so probably best to wait and never buy anything, I was going to buy a galaxy s4 the other day but realised the s5 is due out next so thought best to wait but I might wait for the s6 or s7, not decided yet.........
francescadeals
The reason you are seeing all these ipad deals on HDUK is because next gen ipad & mini are rumoured to be released at the end of 2013. Just a warning, probably be worth waiting as the new ones have improved specs & retina screen.


Could say that about any electronic device.

If you need/want an iPad now then get one, the iPad 4 is very capable as it actually has a decent processor to power the screen as well as the new connector ensuring compatibility with accessories for the next 10 years! The iPad Mini is the iPad 2 in a smaller format and while not being retina does have 12 hour battery life.
presshardy
So did you end up trading? What tablet did you have?

No I didn't.

I have a Sumvision Cyclone Astro+ tablet that cost me £55 at Christmas. The guy I dealt with said they wouldn't accept it as they didn't sell it (not what the T&Cs say), then said he wouldn't accept it as it had no box (again, T&Cs don't mention the box). I had to read the leaflet out to him. He spent ages flicking through the apps and settings and basically wasting my time being nosey. Then went off and checked and said they had no iPads anyway.

I already have an iPad mini and was gonna trade in the Android tablet for the cellular mini. I was only half interested anyway to be honest, and couldn't be bothered going into another Tesco since it seems none of the staff know what to do with this offer. In the Apple refurb store, the cellular mini I want has £54 off, which is a better deal and less hassle.


Edited By: circuit on Aug 13, 2013 14:09
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Tesco Wine EXTRA 25% off 50% sale (min 2 cases)

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It's back. Tesco Wine EXTRA 25% off 50% sale (min 2 cases). Buy two cases including any already discounted by 50% and get an additional 25% off. I saw this on the last HUKD announcement and it work…
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geriatrix
XXFFH4 gave me an extra £6.00 off - well pleased, free timed slot delivery too. Cheapo red worked out at £2.74 a bottle...

Thanks, my £5 voucher wouldn't work as I used it on a different email address, thought I'd have a look on here and hey presto, £6 off instead! Cheers!
Got mine ordered now - website on auto reproduced the wrong CC expiry date!
oxter
I am in Scotland and I can't get through the "Payment" bit.

Any other Scots been lucky?

Ordered no problem in Glasgow and the £6 voucher worked. Using the Tesco wine site of course.
Ordered 2 cases for £36 delivered. Thanks OP

Just to point out for anyone who hasn't yet ordered, the £50 order requirement for free delivery is on the original price - before the 25% discount and voucher discount - so I got free delivery on my £36 order

Quidco just tracked for 87p - that's a third of a bottle of wine free as well :D


Edited By: jimmybo on Aug 01, 2013 18:37: Update
Just bought 2 cases is Asti for £38 delivered!!! Free delivery. £6 off code worked. Result!!
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Panasonic KX-TG6724 DECT Phone (4 handsets & answering machine) - Reduced from £100 to £50.00 TESCO Instore

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Selection of Panasonic DECT phones reduced by upto 50% Bought the Panasonic KX-TG6724 with 4 handsets today from TESCO Extra - Gt. Horton - Bradford for £50 reduced from £100 In the phones aisle…
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What a coincidence,I picked this set up from sainsburys in store for 39.99. Today
Also had a triple Panasonic without answer phone for 24.99

Edited By: hi123 on Aug 01, 2013 22:24
Fantastic phones and a great price.
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Sanex products from 66p with coupon @tesco

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It's a right time to use your 50p off coupon on Sanex products from Tesco magazine. Roll-ons £1.16 Deo spray 150ml £1.32 250ml £1.99 Baths 500ml / some shower gels 250ml £1.49 valid until 19/8…
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Magazine is free. They're usually in big box after checkouts but I think they're all gone by now. I've got mine in mid July
Where can one find this magazine?! Do they have it in-store?
Maybe a silly question, but is this a free magazine or paid for?
May pop down and see if I'm not smelling sweeter by the end of the day :)
frownbreaker
Off to T..
Too much information
Love sanex body washes,thank you :)
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Manhatton Freesat HD box including dish and installation £60.00 instore @ Tesco

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Tesco are selling Manhattan barnded Freesat HD boxes which include a free satellite dish and installation. The box along selling at more than this on Amazon.
kenyacrumble Avatar3y, 5m agoFound 3 years, 5 months ago48 Comments
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there are loads in Nottingham
There are still about 6 in Amersham Tesco.
I cannot understand why this thread still active.
Noone has reported recently that it is still available.
I have been to few tesco and never see them on the shelves
Looks like the same as my Dad's. He had his fitted for free on the Tesco deal last year. Ok box, great picture. Apparently dies iplayer but needs ethernet, didn't have wifi. Worth checking.
Pjcity
As this offer is from 2012 has anyone bought one and got free fitting? From reading this forum below someone has rang up Euro Ariels and they have refuse to install it due to a depute with Tescos....

http://www.joinfreesat.co.uk/tesco-offer-freesat-hd-install-bundle/

As there are some in my local then I may ring up the installer and ask them direct before getting one!!

Hot from me if its still honoured!!

does anyone know what the dispute is?
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75% off Tesco wine plus free delivery and £6 code and TCB

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Tesco "Wairau Cove Marlborough Savignon Blanc" is 50% off per case at the moment (max two cases) but if you buy two you get an extra 25% off then you also get free delivery and if you use code XXFFH4
Lordmonkeyboy Avatar3y, 5m agoFound 3 years, 5 months ago29 Comments
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Voted hot by me!!!
jatbaws
Say 2 cases =£50-50%=£25 then you take 25% off £25 =£6.25. £50-£25-£6.25=£18.75 is that right
Yes that is right - but you won't find any cases which are £25 full price - most wines in this offer are over £50 per case (so £100 starting price for 2 cases).
XXFFH4 doesn't work for me. Error message says it has been used the maximum number of times Error ref 50071.
Anyone got another code?
XXFFH4 is the code I have just used for extra £6 off
I got wait au cove Marlborough Sauvignon blanc 50% off and berberana Rioja reserve 50% off then another 25% off final price and then encode entered for another £6 off and free delivery!!! Bargain
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Samsung Slim Portable DVD Writer - Tesco - £6.99

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Was in Tesco last night and found 2 Samsung Slim Portable DVD Writer at £6.99 each. I bought one for me and one for the other half. Amazon are selling it for £25.79.
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I have attached a picture of my receipt as I hope this will help some people get one. I don't appreciate being called a liar and feel I have been around to gain trust in the HUKD community.

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Out of stock in Tower Park on the weekend, but back there today but with the price tag of £40 :(
Count yourself lucky mate
darren40
£40 in durham - as usual another Tesco duff deal!
Price check it. Tesco notorious for not updating shelf labels.
£40 in durham - as usual another Tesco duff deal!
@nosamluap oh wow - thanks for telling me! I didn't realise you could buy PCs without this kind of drive! I nearly bought it with completely the wrong idea!
nosamluap
Adam470
Can I just ask: what is the function of this device? Is the concept that you simply plug in a USB medium and it will transfer anything from there onto an inserted DVD?


No, this is an external DVD drive for use with a computer. Many folk with Netbooks or similar which don't have optical drives will use these. Plug it in to a USB port on a computer/tablet etc, and read/write DVDs to your heart's content :)



Just to add. This particular model also has an AV option.

http://www.samsung.com/au/consumer/pc-peripherals/optical-disc-drive/dvd-rw/SE-208AB/TSBSA

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Tesco counter Mince £6.00 per kilo cheaper than 3 500g packs for £10

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Tesco counter mince £6 per Kg. Saw this online so assuming its national. Not an amazing deal but worth looking at if you are buying beef mince anyway. Generally speaking counter products are of the sa…
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I noticed that the 1kg packs are 2 for £8 which is cheaper again but as mentioned this is a good deal for those only needing a small amount.
Is it extra lean/steak mince?

Edited By: cookie_monster28 on Aug 01, 2013 18:49: mistake
rpope
Hey its 66p a kilo cheaper so yeh its a deal 8)

I don't know, I think it is good to know if you are going to Tesco and don't necesarily want to buy 3 packs, but just half a kilo or something...
It certainly still is a deal.
£4 kilo asda bought last friday
2 x 500gms boxes



Edited By: peterdarlison on Aug 01, 2013 14:32
If this qualifies for petrol tokens, is it a repeat of theTesco "Only Fuel and Horses" deal? :)
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Super Naga Chilli £1.00 @ Tesco

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You want the hottest chillies you can get without ordering from some weird website. Well I have had this before and it is the hottest chilli I have had to date. DO NOTE they are moving fas…
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NUMBER8GAMESTER
brilly
NUMBER8GAMESTER
brilly
NUMBER8GAMESTER
DAZZ2000
NUMBER8GAMESTER
I couldn't resist the tempation and decided to eat one of the chili's now, first impressions were hot. Then it got hotter, but I didn't need to drink any liquid to cool things down. They aren't as bad as I thought they would be, the hottest chili I've eaten, yes but insanely hot, no. Not to my pallet anyway, but I can happily eat jalapenos from the jar like sweets. After seeing the Youtube crew drinking gallons and gallons of milk and their eyes streaming, I was expecting hotter to be honest. I feel fine now, ate the chili ten minutes ago. The heat lasted for a few minutes and then began subiding. The taste has mostly cleared now. It really wasn't that bad.


It's affected your spelling and, who knows, possibly your speach too so i'd say you're not quite fine...or maybe it's not something we can blame on that mild chilli you ate that you thought said super naga on the packet? :p


My spelling is actually very good, I made one small typo on the word subsiding.

if thats the only mistake you noticed then call the ambulance now tough guy


Temptation was another, spelling is impeccable. Typos are easily done on an iPad with the autocorrect features switched off.

many more mistakes there tbh, ego call is correct


Ignorance is bliss and you're about as blissful as kid in a sweet shop.

wow i got told in such a comprehensive manner...
should have quit whilst you were only a bit behind
anyway, froth on and enjoy your own little world.

Edited By: brilly on Aug 05, 2013 11:27
brilly
NUMBER8GAMESTER
brilly
NUMBER8GAMESTER
DAZZ2000
NUMBER8GAMESTER
I couldn't resist the tempation and decided to eat one of the chili's now, first impressions were hot. Then it got hotter, but I didn't need to drink any liquid to cool things down. They aren't as bad as I thought they would be, the hottest chili I've eaten, yes but insanely hot, no. Not to my pallet anyway, but I can happily eat jalapenos from the jar like sweets. After seeing the Youtube crew drinking gallons and gallons of milk and their eyes streaming, I was expecting hotter to be honest. I feel fine now, ate the chili ten minutes ago. The heat lasted for a few minutes and then began subiding. The taste has mostly cleared now. It really wasn't that bad.

It's affected your spelling and, who knows, possibly your speach too so i'd say you're not quite fine...or maybe it's not something we can blame on that mild chilli you ate that you thought said super naga on the packet? :p

My spelling is actually very good, I made one small typo on the word subsiding.
if thats the only mistake you noticed then call the ambulance now tough guy

Temptation was another, spelling is impeccable. Typos are easily done on an iPad with the autocorrect features switched off.
many more mistakes there tbh, ego call is correct

Ignorance is bliss and you're about as blissful as kid in a sweet shop.
NUMBER8GAMESTER
brilly
NUMBER8GAMESTER
DAZZ2000
NUMBER8GAMESTER
I couldn't resist the tempation and decided to eat one of the chili's now, first impressions were hot. Then it got hotter, but I didn't need to drink any liquid to cool things down. They aren't as bad as I thought they would be, the hottest chili I've eaten, yes but insanely hot, no. Not to my pallet anyway, but I can happily eat jalapenos from the jar like sweets. After seeing the Youtube crew drinking gallons and gallons of milk and their eyes streaming, I was expecting hotter to be honest. I feel fine now, ate the chili ten minutes ago. The heat lasted for a few minutes and then began subiding. The taste has mostly cleared now. It really wasn't that bad.


It's affected your spelling and, who knows, possibly your speach too so i'd say you're not quite fine...or maybe it's not something we can blame on that mild chilli you ate that you thought said super naga on the packet? :p


My spelling is actually very good, I made one small typo on the word subsiding.

if thats the only mistake you noticed then call the ambulance now tough guy


Temptation was another, spelling is impeccable. Typos are easily done on an iPad with the autocorrect features switched off.

many more mistakes there tbh, ego call is correct
these are hot but do have a great flavour.I wouldn't dream of using one like a typical supermarket chili though, more likely to put in whole and hook out at the end than dice and chuck in
Cold for the weird website comment.
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400g Toblerone £2.00 in tesco instore

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These are good value when they are on offer at £3 but £2 is great 50p per 100g! Was in clay cross but presume its national??
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£1 in home bargains

Stick up a pic of your receipt and post it as a deal (in other words, put up or shut up!). I could quite easily say there is a guy at the end of my street selling them for 20p. :p
excuse me? go to your local.home bargains are the sweet isle they are £1 I do not like these So I would not buy..

Been in Home Bargains 5 times in last 8-9 days (wife couldn't make mind up about curtains), while I browse the the sweets. Never seen the 400g Toblerones, or even an empty space where it might have sold out. Always looking for Home Bargains sweets as they tend to be good prices but not seen these, hence the comment, as it's always easy to say "such and such a place does this at whatever". Still, I'll take yor word and leave it at that. :)
Thanks ordered online.
The 400g ones??!?!
lowrieh1
antos
£1 in home bargains

Stick up a pic of your receipt and post it as a deal (in other words, put up or shut up!). I could quite easily say there is a guy at the end of my street selling them for 20p. :p
excuse me? go to your local.home bargains are the sweet isle they are £1 I do not like these So I would not buy..
antos
£1 in home bargains

Stick up a pic of your receipt and post it as a deal (in other words, put up or shut up!). I could quite easily say there is a guy at the end of my street selling them for 20p. :p
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Tesco - Smirnoff Black 70cl £10.10 instore

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Found in my local store. Half the regular price. Had plenty of stock. Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
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Seems I may have just got lucky then :-/
Not this price at mine either.
Was this price in my local a couple of weeks ago, was in the reduced section with all the battered boxes of cereal etc
Normal price in my local
Fiancée didn't take her phone so didn't get my txt so no idea if it's on in my store.
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TESCO INSTORE - Gillette Deodorant 150ml £0.55

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Power Rush Arctic Ace Sports Protect PRICE CUT YELLOW LABEL
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no excuses for people to be smelling of B.O spread the word as its worth spreading the heat is on :)
Not in Hamilton,Leicester.
My wife has a cleanliness problem downstairs, the kitchen is a **** mess.!
Monkeybumcheeks
£5.10 on shave gel !!!!! WTF ? ? ?
I thought you were a canny shopper until I saw that bit !

If you look further down the receipt its canceled off
£5.10 on shave gel !!!!! WTF ? ? ?
I thought you were a canny shopper until I saw that bit !
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TESCO INSTORE - Gillette shower gel 250ml Cool Wave and Arctic Ace £0.62

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Bargain Yellow price cut label other items too...
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deal
Also in coatbridge scotland priced £1.25 scans £0.62
superb...
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Tesco 7 cheese selection pack £4.00 (half price) instore and online

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Tesco 7 cheese selection pack half price in store and online. Brie, Stilton, Edam, cheddar and others included
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Got this today :-)
Did I Hear Cheese - Have Some Heat

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TESCO INSTORE - Radox Shower Smoothies Island Indulgence 74p

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Found this morning in tesco grimsby when staff changing price labels PRICE CUT label
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TESCO INSTORE - PALMOLIVE Citrus Boost 250ml 49p

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Found this morning when staff changing price labels. YELLOW PRICE CUT LABEL ! Barcodd ending 733128 Loads more other reduced items too, gilette shower gels 250ml 69p, gillette deodorants 15ml 5…
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thanks for tesco as every little do help
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Yellow Tail Shiraz £4.49 in Tesco Express almost half price

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Long time HUKD user, first time poster. Drinking this tonight, bought from local (Orton, Peterborough) Tesco Express, but assume this is in all Tesco's nationwide - appears to be available online…
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£4.50 is about the right price for this wine. Mass produced stuff with added flavourings to make it palletable. No way is it ever worth £7.75 (or even £5.99).
This is one of my favourite supermarket reds. Nice and fruity, great for drinking on its own. I stock up when Asda occasionally have it on offer at a fiver. Trouble is, buying bulk wine is like having a full fridge. The more you have, the faster you consume it. At this price, assuming it's national, then have some heat.
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Wairau Cove Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc £6.00 and 25% off 6 bottles Tesco

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Wairau Cove Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc £6 and 25% off 6 bottles Tesco
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Had a bottle of it last weekend and was really disapointed with it ,I'am a fan of New Zealand wine's but this was not up to their usual standard's.
Couldn't agree more, this cheap crap is put together by Tesco, it doesn't come close to a true Marlborough Sauv Blanc. They're purchased several loads of fruit that have been rejected by local wineries, and thrown it all together to cash in on the Marlborough Sauv Blanc reputation.There's probably a good chance that this wasn't even in bottled in NZ oO Cheeky profit driven gits
I have to disagree. My wife and I have sampled dozens of Sauvignon Blanc's (NZ, French and Chilean) and find this to be a nice balanced wine. If it is do crap then point me in the direction of what you assess to be a good Marlborough SB so I can compare.


Taste is obviously subjective, but some typical NZ Sauv Blanc's from the larger producers that spring to mind are those by Astrolabe Wines, Kim Crawford, Dashwood, Matua Valley Paretai Estate, Sacred Hill and Oyster Bay to name only a few.

The Ned is a very reasonably priced everyday drinker, I often pick this up in Calais for £5 a bottle.

I have tried the Wairau Cove and found it far to acidic for my tastes.

No wineries in the country will get rid of fruit they are happy to bottle under their own label, unless they don't have the capacity in a well producing year such as 2008. The vast majority of wine produced in such a manner, is made with inferior fruit. Even the best winemakers will struggle when the grape they are working just isn't up to the job.

I certainly wouldn't say that all wine produced in this way is bad, but the deck is often stacked against them, quite often wines produced this way don't allow any input from the winemaker when the fruit is on the vine, in many cases the winemaker isn't even the one making decisions on when to harvest, thin, leaf pluck etc oO




I've just read a few reviews on Wairau cove and it doesn't get a good write up. I think I need to widen my tasting of the Marlboroughs to compare it a bit more to 'true' SB's ( google confirms that this is mass produced generic SB). I have tried Oyster Bay and Sacred Hill (and enjoyed both), I will source some of the other ones you mention and try them too. Thanks for the advice ( I am usually a red wine drinker so am learning about whites as a fumble along).
Villa Maria is another good one. It's all subjective. This is the favourite wine of a friend of mine.
blowbrown
kiwikeen
philrrobinson
Had a bottle of it last weekend and was really disapointed with it ,I'am a fan of New Zealand wine's but this was not up to their usual standard's.
Couldn't agree more, this cheap crap is put together by Tesco, it doesn't come close to a true Marlborough Sauv Blanc. They're purchased several loads of fruit that have been rejected by local wineries, and thrown it all together to cash in on the Marlborough Sauv Blanc reputation.There's probably a good chance that this wasn't even in bottled in NZ oO Cheeky profit driven gits
I have to disagree. My wife and I have sampled dozens of Sauvignon Blanc's (NZ, French and Chilean) and find this to be a nice balanced wine. If it is do crap then point me in the direction of what you assess to be a good Marlborough SB so I can compare.

Taste is obviously subjective, but some typical NZ Sauv Blanc's from the larger producers that spring to mind are those by Astrolabe Wines, Kim Crawford, Dashwood, Matua Valley Paretai Estate, Sacred Hill and Oyster Bay to name only a few.

The Ned is a very reasonably priced everyday drinker, I often pick this up in Calais for £5 a bottle.

I have tried the Wairau Cove and found it far to acidic for my tastes.

No wineries in the country will get rid of fruit they are happy to bottle under their own label, unless they don't have the capacity in a well producing year such as 2008. The vast majority of wine produced in such a manner, is made with inferior fruit. Even the best winemakers will struggle when the grape they are working just isn't up to the job.

I certainly wouldn't say that all wine produced in this way is bad, but the deck is often stacked against them, quite often wines produced this way don't allow any input from the winemaker when the fruit is on the vine, in many cases the winemaker isn't even the one making decisions on when to harvest, thin, leaf pluck etc oO



Edited By: kiwikeen on Aug 01, 2013 10:35: info added
kiwikeen
philrrobinson
Had a bottle of it last weekend and was really disapointed with it ,I'am a fan of New Zealand wine's but this was not up to their usual standard's.


Couldn't agree more, this cheap crap is put together by Tesco, it doesn't come close to a true Marlborough Sauv Blanc. They're purchased several loads of fruit that have been rejected by local wineries, and thrown it all together to cash in on the Marlborough Sauv Blanc reputation.

There's probably a good chance that this wasn't even in bottled in NZ oO Cheeky profit driven gits




I have to disagree. My wife and I have sampled dozens of Sauvignon Blanc's (NZ, French and Chilean) and find this to be a nice balanced wine. If it is do crap then point me in the direction of what you assess to be a good Marlborough SB so I can compare.
philrrobinson
Had a bottle of it last weekend and was really disapointed with it ,I'am a fan of New Zealand wine's but this was not up to their usual standard's.

Couldn't agree more, this cheap crap is put together by Tesco, it doesn't come close to a true Marlborough Sauv Blanc. They're purchased several loads of fruit that have been rejected by local wineries, and thrown it all together to cash in on the Marlborough Sauv Blanc reputation.

There's probably a good chance that this wasn't even in bottled in NZ oO Cheeky profit driven gits



Edited By: kiwikeen on Aug 01, 2013 07:58
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Pampers active fit jumbo box £6.50 Tesco in store

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I was at Tesco KIngston park today and they had a lot of Pampers active fit jumbo pack nappies in sizes 3,4,5 and 5 plus for 6.50. I don't know if this is a local or national deal.
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Tesco extra in Aylesford, Kent had quite a lot of boxes Size 4.
the boxes are smaller sizes not old stock- leicester tesco had loads of sizes 4 today
not in stoke northampton city
Still quite a few size 4&5 boxes left on the end of the baby row in Kingston park...far cheaper than amazon sub & save.

Thanks OP.
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Tesco was founded in 1919 by Jack Cohen, the son of Polish Jewish immigrants. At first, the company sold war-surplus groceries from a market stall in Hackney, East London. Ten years later, the first Tesco store was opened in Edgware, Middlesex.

Tesco grew steadily and was floated on the London Stock Exchange in 1947. Through the 1980s and 90s growth became much more rapid. The 21st century has seen Tesco continuing to diversify. Today, the company is the grocery retail market leader in not just the UK, but also Ireland, Hungary, Thailand, and Malaysia with business interests in many more countries.

Tesco Store Finder and Online Shop

Tesco has a range of operations in the UK which it divides into five strands, differentiated by the range of products sold and the size of the store. The main five are: Tesco Superstores, Tesco Metro, Tesco Express, Tesco Extra and One Stop. There are also many subsidiaries such as Dobbie's Garden Centres, Tesco Bank, petrol stations and Tesco Mobile.

Whether you prefer to browse online before buying or go to a store and take a look, you can use Tesco's store finder facility
on its website to find your nearest branch.

Tesco's online shop can be found at www.tesco.com and it offers a variety of goods and services.

Product Range and Top Brands from Tesco

Tesco.com acts as a portal to all of Tesco's UK services and the homepage is divided into several categories, each with further subcategories.

  • Groceries – Everything you would shop for in the supermarket, available online including food, drinks, and household goods.
  • Tesco Direct – This is subdivided into different categories of non-everyday items sold by Tesco including Technology & Gaming (PS4, Xbox One), Home, Garden, Health & Beauty and Baby & Toddler.
  • F&F Clothing – Affordable clothes and fashion for all the family.
  • Tesco Clubcard – Accrue rewards on all the items you buy through Tesco.
  • Tesco Bank – This covers all Tesco's financial services including current accounts, credit cards, loans, insurance and more.
  • Wine by the Case – For great deals on great wines.
  • Tesco Mobile - A one-stop shop for pay-as-you-go and contracted mobile phone services as well as phone accessories.

tesco online shop

Deals from Tesco

There are many special offers and deals available through Tesco Online. There are so many products with savings that Tesco divides them into further categories:

  • Top offers
  • Half Price
  • Only £1
  • Save 1/3
  • Buy one get one free
  • Multibuys
  • Seasonal

You'll find a frequently updated array of different groceries and products on offer at Tesco. The company also offers customers a Brand Guarantee. If you can find your branded grocery shop of 10 or more products cheaper elsewhere, Tesco will take the money off your bill.

Tesco has participated for the last few years in the shopping phenomenon that is Black Friday and Cyber Monday. During this time, there are countless offers on a wide range of Tesco products and services, right across their ranges.

Tesco Clubcard is another great way to access exclusive deals and discounts. It requires signing up, and afterwards you just scan your Clubcard after you shop, or type the number in during the online process and you'll be given points. Once you've collected 150 points, you'll begin receiving vouchers along with your Clubcard statement. You can then use these vouchers to claim money off online or in-store.

Exclusive Deals and Discounts With the Tesco Clubcard

Ordering Products from Tesco.com

To shop at tesco.com you need to register your details. It's a simple process which requires just an e-mail address, password, your postcode and Clubcard number if you have one.

Once you've registered, the online shopping experience is simple. You just choose a delivery slot time, buy your groceries and then checkout.

Accepted Payment Methods at Tesco Online

There are various payment options available to Tesco online customers. The following cards are accepted forms of payment: MasterCard, Visa Credit, Visa Debit, American Express Maestro and Clubcard Plus (Visa Electron is not accepted). Clubcard vouchers, eCoupons, and Tesco Gift Cards are also accepted online.

For enhanced security, Tesco uses the VbV (Verified by Visa) security programme, MasterCard's SecureCode system and SafeKey from American Express.

Delivery with Tesco

Tesco offers online customers home delivery beginning at £1 for selected time slots when you spend £40 or more. For orders under £40, minimum basket charges apply.

Tesco also offers a Delivery Saver service. This is a programme designed to save online customers money on home deliveries. There are various plans that customers can sign up to, depending on their personal needs and shopping habits.

Refunds and Returns

If Tesco cannot deliver a product that you've paid for, you'll be refunded in full the cost of that product. Should you need to return a faulty or expired product, you can contact the customer services team on 0800 3234050 (or 0330 1234050 from a mobile), and a team member will assist you. If you report it within 30 days of receipt of goods, you are entitled to a refund. After that time, you may be offered a replacement or partial refund.

If you've changed your mind, the 30 day period still applies, though there are various exceptions to this depending on the type of product.

How to Return a Product

Products can be taken directly back to a store, sent by post or sent by courier, depending on what the product is.

  • In-store – Bring the product and proof of purchase to a Tesco store, along with any packaging, tags, labels etc. that you have. You can then choose either a refund or exchange the product for something else.
  • Courier – For large items, or items that came by courier, collection can be arranged with the customer service team on 0800 3234050. Tesco will then arrange for a refund to be made in the same way that the product was paid for.
  • Post – Items such as books and entertainment good that came by post must be returned by post. You'll find a free returns label inside your order.

Tesco Newsletter, Social Media, and Apps

To benefit from even more savings, you can sign up for Tesco's weekly newsletter. Sent straight to your inbox, the newsletter gives customers access to a range of great deals.

There are also even more deals, discounts, and offers on Tesco's various social media channels.

Tesco has different apps for iOS and Android devices:

Contact Tesco

Phone: 0800 505555 / 0330 1234055 (mobiles)

Opening hours are Monday to Saturday 8am to 20pm, Sunday 9am to 18pm.

If you prefer the old-fashioned methods of communicating, you can write a letter and send it to:

Tesco Customer Service Centre
Baird AvenuE
Dundee, DD1 9NF
United Kingdom

You can also find an extensive FAQ section on Tesco´s website.

The different sections at tesco.com offer a whole range of help and advise for everyday life:

If you're looking to save money at Tesco, you can find all the best deals and discounts at HotUKDeal's dedicated page.