Valley Spire Mature Cheddar Cheese (830g) was £3.49 now ONLY £2.10 (£2.53 a Kilo) @ Lidl (possibly only with Lidl voucher) - HotUKDeals
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Valley Spire Mature Cheddar Cheese (830g) was £3.49 now ONLY £2.10 (£2.53 a Kilo) @ Lidl (possibly only with Lidl voucher)

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Valley Spire Mature Cheddar (830g) ONLY £2.10 (£2.53 a Kilo) (Details on the Mysupermarket Website http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/lidl-price-comparison/Cheddar_Cheese/Valley_Spire_Mature_Chedda… Read More
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Valley Spire Mature Cheddar (830g) ONLY £2.10 (£2.53 a Kilo)

(Details on the Mysupermarket Website

http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/lidl-price-comparison/Cheddar_Cheese/Valley_Spire_Mature_Cheddar_830g.html?TrackingCode=42.OHNAObwuI0aYrGKPdy6s4w)

£3.49 in store for everyone but the OP. :(
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#1
Excellent don't forget 40% off voucher that was in Sunday supplements recently in lidl magazine. Thanks
#2
Is it nice cheese anyone ?
#3
I found one block of this cheese in the Wells Street, London E9 store. Asked the assistant if they had any more and she went wow that's cheap hope so. Came back and said NO but the Manager would order some straight away.

http://www.lidl.co.uk/en/785.htm?lng=en&variablesback=country;zipcode;city;district;street;ar;nf&country=Gb&changeStore=1&returnUrl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.lidl.co.uk%2Fen%2F13529.htm

Good luck finding.
#4
Great deal kids go through loads. Thanks OP.
1 Like #5
By gum...£2.53 for a kilo of cheddar. Ding dong!
#6
karlie88
By gum...£2.53 for a kilo of cheddar. Ding dong!


just a simple question, did u ever try this cheese? or u just one them Apple and Dyson people.
#7
vanessaanne
Is it nice cheese anyone ?
Ok for cheese on toast or cheese sauce, but strangely, not great for nibbling. Very dry with a bit of a waxy texture and the flavour isn't there until you cook it.
#8
vanessaanne
Is it nice cheese anyone ?


I always buy it and it's really nice if u compare it to similar supermarket weight/price Cheddar. I think you should try it then decide. every one got a different test so I'll leave the nice or not judgement for u.
#9
qbs
vanessaanne
Is it nice cheese anyone ?
Ok for cheese on toast or cheese sauce, but strangely, not great for nibbling. Very dry with a bit of a waxy texture and the flavour isn't there until you cook it.

Funnily enough had two slices on toast with Worcester Sauce for my lunch it was great with two cups of Rosy Lea!
#10
rubberbullets
qbs
vanessaanne
Is it nice cheese anyone ?
Ok for cheese on toast or cheese sauce, but strangely, not great for nibbling. Very dry with a bit of a waxy texture and the flavour isn't there until you cook it.
Funnily enough had two slices on toast with Worcester Sauce for my lunch it was great with two cups of Rosy Lea!
Two cups is the necessary ingredient to make it great x
#11
rubberbullets
qbs
vanessaanne
Is it nice cheese anyone ?
Ok for cheese on toast or cheese sauce, but strangely, not great for nibbling. Very dry with a bit of a waxy texture and the flavour isn't there until you cook it.
Funnily enough had two slices on toast with Worcester Sauce for my lunch it was great with two cups of Rosy Lea!
Ditto, but without the Worcester sauce. Ketchup instead. It's good with some Colman's English streaked through just at the end of toasting. :D
#12
Still £3.49 in my local lidl
#13
Still have 40% off voucher, nice :)
#14
It's OK for cheese on toast or cooking, but definately not 'strong/mature'. If cheap enough I'd buy it, so heat added. Not the greatest for grating in sandwiches or on salads though.
#15
Voucher expires on the 18th. JSYK.
#16
Nerak80
Great deal kids go through loads. Thanks OP.


same problem here, I end up grating it... save a fortune!
#17
My son used the magazine with the voucher in to line the cat litter tray . You win some , you lose some .
#18
£3.49 at the till in my store. This is either a glitch or a local offer. The £3.49 price on Mysupermarket does not have the strike through, which is unusual....
#19
Still £3.49 in my local also. I have a feeling the My Supermarket price is with the Lidl voucher applied :( No voucher no deal.
#20
Yep, £3.49 in my local store also
#21
Bought one today and still £3.49. Luckily I had one of the 40% off vouchers left.
#22
Mine was spice marked £2.10 but was the last they had. Great Price for mine but even at £3.49 making it £4.20 a kilo it's still a cracking price.
#23
Wasn't this posted a month ago.... been buying this cheese for the last few weeks with my stash of vouchers. The cheese is delicious! http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/money-saving-vouchers-lidl-christmas-magazine-pick-up-instore-2548652
#24
rubberbullets
Mine was spice marked £2.10 but was the last they had. Great Price for mine but even at £3.49 making it £4.20 a kilo it's still a cracking price.
spice marked?
did it just show as plain 2.10 on receipt?
funny that its same price as with 40% voucher - though i think they should be rounding down to 2.09
#25
my supermarket is shown 3.49

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