Tsingtao beer. 4 for £2.99. Home Bargain in store. - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
228

Tsingtao beer. 4 for £2.99. Home Bargain in store.

£2.99 @ Home Bargains
Very expensive elsewhere. Great to stock up with. Hths. Read More
techymum Avatar
8m, 3w agoFound 8 months, 3 weeks ago
Very expensive elsewhere. Great to stock up with.
Hths.
Deal Tags:
More From Home Bargains:
techymum Avatar
8m, 3w agoFound 8 months, 3 weeks ago
Options

All Comments

(18) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
1 Like #1
Are these the 330ml cans?
#2
Many of Home Bargain stores do not sell alcohol
#3
amazing lager so crisp . bargain :D
#4
sam_of_london
Many of Home Bargain stores do not sell alcohol


Really? Luckily mine do!
#5
NotALot
sam_of_london
Many of Home Bargain stores do not sell alcohol


Really? Luckily mine do!


And mine
1 Like #6
Funny how other countries cheap beers are our premium ones :|
#7
Ridgehead
Funny how other countries cheap beers are our premium ones :|
As a Chinese I can tell you that Tsingtao is the best beer in China and it is not cheap! it is cheaper than the sold price here that is solely because of UK tax on alcohol
#8
Are these just 330ml cans?

3 x 640ml for a fiver at Tesco, Asda and Morrison's.

http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/tesco-price-comparison/Beer/Tsingtao_640ml.html



Edited By: abarthman on Oct 04, 2016 18:20
#9
abarthman
Are these just 330ml cans?

3 x 640ml for a fiver at Tesco, Asda and Morrison's.

http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/tesco-price-comparison/Beer/Tsingtao_640ml.html




The cans are cheaper, £2.26 per litre compared to £2.60 per litre for the bottles.
#10
I love drinking this stuff before a Sunday drive :p
#11
steveliujian
Ridgehead
Funny how other countries cheap beers are our premium ones :|
As a Chinese I can tell you that Tsingtao is the best beer in China and it is not cheap! it is cheaper than the sold price here that is solely because of UK tax on alcohol

When I was in China last year I managed to find it for around 25p for a 500ml can. Although it was a lot more in westernised shops.

And yes it is a very nice beer!

Edited By: Ridgehead on Oct 04, 2016 21:58
#12
25p? Wowser! Find cheap flight to China and think of all the money I'll save...
#13
steveliujian
Ridgehead
Funny how other countries cheap beers are our premium ones :|
As a Chinese I can tell you that Tsingtao is the best beer in China and it is not cheap! it is cheaper than the sold price here that is solely because of UK tax on alcohol


After living in China for over a year, I can safely say TsingTao is cheap as hell in China. 2.5rmb for a can 330ml in most shops including 711 and would routinely sell 4 X 500ml cans for 10 rmb for an offer

Edited By: cnewlol on Oct 05, 2016 07:45: .
#14
There's a LOT of "fake" alcohol in china. What I mean by fake is low grade alcohol which has the packaging of recognised brands, so often you might find bargains in china on bottles of Grey Goose, Hennessy, scotch Whiskeys etc, but they are not the real deal. Makes me wonder if your 25p Tsingtao was legit?
#15
cnewlol
steveliujian
Ridgehead
Funny how other countries cheap beers are our premium ones :|
As a Chinese I can tell you that Tsingtao is the best beer in China and it is not cheap! it is cheaper than the sold price here that is solely because of UK tax on alcohol
After living in China for over a year, I can safely say TsingTao is cheap as hell in China. 2.5rmb for a can 330ml in most shops including 711 and would routinely sell 4 X 500ml cans for 10 rmb for an offer
I dont know where you can bought the 330ml can at 25p, even some cheaper brands sold at around 4rmb, that is about 50p at current rate in most convenience shops in Shanghai or Beijing. Tsingdao is definitely the top brand without any doubt in China.
#16
cnewlol
steveliujian
Ridgehead
Funny how other countries cheap beers are our premium ones :|
As a Chinese I can tell you that Tsingtao is the best beer in China and it is not cheap! it is cheaper than the sold price here that is solely because of UK tax on alcohol
After living in China for over a year, I can safely say TsingTao is cheap as hell in China. 2.5rmb for a can 330ml in most shops including 711 and would routinely sell 4 X 500ml cans for 10 rmb for an offer
but I have to agree with u that even at 50p or 60p for a 330ml can, maybe around 70p for a big bottle, it is still significantly cheaper in China, thanks to the UK tax protection, or most of the local brewers will be bankrupt.
#17
Turbanator
There's a LOT of "fake" alcohol in china. What I mean by fake is low grade alcohol which has the packaging of recognised brands, so often you might find bargains in china on bottles of Grey Goose, Hennessy, scotch Whiskeys etc, but they are not the real deal. Makes me wonder if your 25p Tsingtao was legit?

Possibly but the can looked right and tasted fine. This price was in less westernised areas and in the tourist or better areas it was more expensive, I recall around 40-75p. I think you do have to be more careful about the spirits although I wanted to buy one of the 5lt plastic bottles of 'vodka' for about £2 but the missus wouldn't let me.
#18
Turbanator
There's a LOT of "fake" alcohol in china. What I mean by fake is low grade alcohol which has the packaging of recognised brands, so often you might find bargains in china on bottles of Grey Goose, Hennessy, scotch Whiskeys etc, but they are not the real deal. Makes me wonder if your 25p Tsingtao was legit?

711 totally went down the fake alcohol route. I was in Foshan, not Shanghai or Beijing.

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!