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Three Barrels Brandy 70cl bottle £7.50 instore

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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
Was in Somerfields this evening -just saw shelf label for Three Barrels Brandy - half price £7.50 !
None on shelf but when I asked assistant he said they had some in back.
Came back with 3 bottles - 1 still left ;)
Normally £12 or more at Asda and Tesco
(5% Student discount voucher would drop price to £7.13 ish!)
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#1
Heat and rep good brandy too.
#2
Might be a local offer only as went to 3 of our local somerfield stores and none were offering the brandy at this price.
#3
Its a nice deal - but why is it our country prevents us buying this type of thing in supermarkets after 10.00 at night or on sunday mornings too?

If you went on holiday and this type of thing happened when you went into the supermarket, you would feel you were visiting a third world country.
#4
ibiza
Its a nice deal - but why is it our country prevents us buying this type of thing in supermarkets after 10.00 at night or on sunday mornings too?

If you went on holiday and this type of thing happened when you went into the supermarket, you would feel you were visiting a third world country.


I wouldn't, I would just think I'm in a country with weird alcohol laws. Personally, I haven't noticed a connection between the times you are allowed to buy alcohol in shops and poverty...
#5
ibiza
Its a nice deal - but why is it our country prevents us buying this type of thing in supermarkets after 10.00 at night or on sunday mornings too?

If you went on holiday and this type of thing happened when you went into the supermarket, you would feel you were visiting a third world country.


This is one of the most ridiculous posts ever.
#6
you can always tell when you're in the UK as whenever you fancy a drink the pubs and offie are always closed :-D
#7
sweet good deal
banned#8
I fancy a sidecar!
#9
ibiza
Its a nice deal - but why is it our country prevents us buying this type of thing in supermarkets after 10.00 at night or on sunday mornings too?

If you went on holiday and this type of thing happened when you went into the supermarket, you would feel you were visiting a third world country.


you've obviously never had to queue for hours each day to buy bread. the stuff on tv about third world countries is so much worse that even i can't imagine what it feels like.

having to come back to a store to save a few £ on a (non-essential) product just doesn't compare.

The sooner you realise that you’re privileged (i assume that because you have access to internet and hence electricity, etc...) the sooner you’ll feel happier.
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Sheesh, does no one realise ibiza's post was made in jest? *rolleyes*

Now where can I find some brandy at 10.55pm on a Sunday night, I have some freshers that require refreshment :)
#11
Revenge of the early bedders and bible thumpers!!!! :-D :-D :-D

The third world country issue was meant to be taken lightheartedly, given the majority of us don't holiday in third world countries. Geez!!!

OK - let's rephrase it.

Why should there be a restriction on when you can buy alcohol?

Funnily there is no restriction if you buy it in bulk, so while a box of twelve bottles of spirits has no restrictions, or I think its 120 cans and you are fine (a local petrol station used to do this).

To those who objected previously - do you feel you lack any capacity or judgement outwith the times you find yourself restricted within?
#12
callum9999
I wouldn't, I would just think I'm in a country with weird alcohol laws. Personally, I haven't noticed a connection between the times you are allowed to buy alcohol in shops and poverty...





Yes, I have noticed this too.

When you have no money left, they prevent you from buying it. :whistling: :whistling: :whistling:
#13
ibiza
Revenge of the early bedders and bible thumpers!!!! :-D :-D :-D
Why should there be a restriction on when you can buy alcohol?
Because alcoholics need a holiday too?

ibiza

Funnily there is no restriction if you buy it in bulk, so while a box of twelve bottles of spirits has no restrictions, or I think its 120 cans and you are fine (a local petrol station used to do this).


I'm not sure this stands as true - most supermarkets block off the alcohol aisle once the time passes so ANY sale is stopped.
#14
none in my local Somerfield - still marked up at full price....
#15
Xb0xGuru
Because alcoholics need a holiday too?



I'm not sure this stands as true - most supermarkets block off the alcohol aisle once the time passes so ANY sale is stopped.


All supermarkets are grouped with off licences. But there is no license for bulk.

I would guess supermarkets could do it in bulk if they were unlicensed - but can you imagine the confusion if both types of sale were conducted in the one store?

So why can't I buy this then - I only have one bottle but its ok for him to buy hundreds?

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