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WEETABIX 72 BOX £3.00 EACH!!!! @ ASDA

£3.00 @ George (Asda George)
WEETABIX 72 BOX £3.00 EACH!!!! FOR THOSE WHO ARE WEETAHEADS!!! Read More
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WEETABIX 72 BOX £3.00 EACH!!!!

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#1
that's me. heated for fab price..just in time as my old stock was running low..

oops- i think i just pressed the middle button instead of the heat by mistake.. have i?!
#2
my youngest just loves his weetabix..he won't go for rice krispies, coco pops etc etc...just these.

(strange child.... but i luv h im to bits!!!!!).

will have to stock up thnx heat added.
#3
that's a lot of weetabix
#4
I used to eat about 3 of these everymorning until a few months a go. I used to absolutely love them, I can't even have one spoonful now for some reason!
#5
This matches Tesco's deal a few months back. Very hot!
1 Like #6
awesome - i always have 3 if i have a bowl in the morning.
1 Like #7
I used to eat 6 every morning, now down to 4 ......talk about being 'regular'!

Need to get some, heat added
#8
Yummy with butter and suger on :-D :oops:

Heat added:thumbsup:
1 Like #9
Unless Weetabix are on offer i buy a supermarkets own brand,i have hot milk so i can't tell any difference between them.Tesco sell 48 for 2.15 of their own brand.

However this is a good price for the "real thing":-D
1 Like #10
[COLOR="Purple"]Is this instore only? I cannot see it on the website.[/COLOR]
#11
im raging, i just went yday and got a box of 48. could have done with this!
#12
simba2585
im raging, i just went yday and got a box of 48. could have done with this!


Sorry but LOL:p
#13
deb8z
Unless Weetabix are on offer i buy a supermarkets own brand,i have hot milk so i can't tell any difference between them.Tesco sell 48 for 2.15 of their own brand.

However this is a good price for the "real thing":-D


This is one product that is going to be very similar in content regardless of what "brand" is printed on the box.

As Mr Weetabix said himself: "How many different ways can you make a Weetabix?" :-D
#14
Not in Wolves... :(
#15
oooo, thanks for this, ill have a looksie in my asda later, my boys eats weetabix every morning and its so darn expensive lol :lol:
#16
*roosterpots*;6111881
oooo, thanks for this, ill have a looksie in my asda later, my boys eats weetabix every morning and its so darn expensive lol :lol:


When they aren't on offer buy supermarkets own brand,they won' t be able to tell,ya could even keep an old box and swap the contents lol
#17
Great price
#18
deb8z
When they aren't on offer buy supermarkets own brand,they won' t be able to tell,ya could even keep an old box and swap the contents lol


which own brand ones are the closest match?! I've tried lidl and asda, and both were abysmal:?
#19
samwants2save
that's me. heated for fab price..just in time as my old stock was running low..

oops- i think i just pressed the middle button instead of the heat by mistake.. have i?!


well whats the outcome i've got no fingernails left ;-)
#20
samwants2save;6112435
which own brand ones are the closest match?! I've tried lidl and asda, and both were abysmal:?
Tesco. Not the value ones. £1.06 / £2.15 for 24/48 IIRC. Compare the ingredients and the nutritional values ;)
#21
BodZorg
This is one product that is going to be very similar in content regardless of what "brand" is printed on the box.

As Mr Weetabix said himself: "How many different ways can you make a Weetabix?" :-D


Read the nutrional values of both and you will see the difference
All own brand produc ts(regardless of how similar they seem) are different
I used to eat tesco own brand weetabix until I went on a diet and read the sugar and salt that they add

HOT DEAL!!
#22
Great Price. Nothing like have weetabix to get those bowles moving during Ramadhan lol
#23
agnostic
Read the nutrional values of both and you will see the difference
All own brand produc ts(regardless of how similar they seem) are different
I used to eat tesco own brand weetabix until I went on a diet and read the sugar and salt that they add

HOT DEAL!!


I've got Tescos own at the moment,it says 2 with 125ml of semi skimmed milk contains 7.7g of sugar and 0.4g of salt

Is that high compared to the "real" Weetabix,i've no idea,doesn't seem a lot to me:?
#24
samwants2save
which own brand ones are the closest match?! I've tried lidl and asda, and both were abysmal:?


As i mentioned earlier i have mine with hot milk so i dunno if that makes a difference,it must do asi can't really tell any difference,ive had Asda before and they are ok to me,i mainly have Tescos wheat biscuits though:thumbsup:
#25
agnostic
Read the nutrional values [and ingredients] of both and you will see the difference


Top tip this:thumbsup:, never mind what Mr Weetabix himself says (silly old fool:-D), but still, he did have a point (sort of)... :)
#26
deb8z
i have mine with hot milk so i dunno if that makes a difference,it must do asi can't really tell any difference


I have mine with red hot chilli pepper - can't taste the difference either :-D
#27
BodZorg
I have mine with red hot chilli pepper - can't taste the difference either :-D


I'm sensing sarcasm:w00t:
#28
agnostic;6112725
Read the nutrional values of both and you will see the difference
All own brand produc ts(regardless of how similar they seem) are different
I used to eat tesco own brand weetabix until I went on a diet and read the sugar and salt that they add

HOT DEAL!!


Weetabix vs Tesco (24 Wheat Biscuits)

Weetabix
Wholegrain Wheat (95%), Malted Barley Extract, Sugar, Salt, Niacin, Iron, Thiamin (B1), Riboflavin (B2), Folic Acid.

Tesco (24 Wheat Biscuits)
Wheat (95%), Malted Barley Extract, Sugar, Salt, Niacin, Iron, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Folic Acid.

http://i171.photobucket.com/albums/u315/thepearce/weetabix.jpg
#29
There's hardly any difference though,its a negligible amount.
#30
deb8z;6113875
There's hardly any difference though,its a negligible amount.
That's my point... the differences are just red for ease of spotting.
#31
deb8z
I'm sensing sarcasm:w00t:


Sarcasm!? :roll: - never :whistling:
#32
thepearce
Weetabix vs Tesco (24 Wheat Biscuits)

Weetabix
Wholegrain Wheat (95%), Malted Barley Extract, Sugar, Salt, Niacin, Iron, Thiamin (B1), Riboflavin (B2), Folic Acid.

Tesco (24 Wheat Biscuits)
Wheat (95%), Malted Barley Extract, Sugar, Salt, Niacin, Iron, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Folic Acid.

http://i171.photobucket.com/albums/u315/thepearce/weetabix.jpg


This is what Mr Weetabix was getting at ;-), he "tweaks" the "recipe" just enough to differentiate between the different marketing variants of what are essentially the same product. :p In the above, we can clearly see that for the Tesco own-brand he has chosen to omit the vitamin designation of the chemical compounds thiamin and riboflavin - maybe added an extra grain of salt too :-D
#33
They don't even sell the 72 ones at the store in Bletchley and that is a massive store.
#34
Hope it reaches 1000+, great deal and just in time for new term. Thanks for posting!

*roosterpots*:
oooo, thanks for this, ill have a looksie in my asda later, my boys eats weetabix every morning and its so darn expensive lol
When they aren't on offer buy supermarkets own brand,they won' t be able to tell,ya could even keep an old box and swap the contents lol

This is hilarious - I will have to try this too!

Majnu:
Great Price. Nothing like have weetabix to get those bowles moving during Ramadhan lol

Dunno about you, but I simply cannot eat anything at sehri. 2 glasses of water, or ten' toast when staying at mums is all I can manage - but sounds promising and will try! RM Majnu
#35
Not in my local store (Rugby) - they only stock 24s and 48s, at £1.78 and £3.32 respectively. Good deal for those that can get it though!
#36
I cannot tell the difference between Ald, Morrisons and regular weetabix. Lidl own brand...Yukk!

If I remember correctly tesco weetabix are great too.
#37
thepearce
That's my point... the differences are just red for ease of spotting.


I was aiming my comment at post 22 not you.
#38
thepearce
Weetabix vs Tesco (24 Wheat Biscuits)

Weetabix
Wholegrain Wheat (95%), Malted Barley Extract, Sugar, Salt, Niacin, Iron, Thiamin (B1), Riboflavin (B2), Folic Acid.

Tesco (24 Wheat Biscuits)
Wheat (95%), Malted Barley Extract, Sugar, Salt, Niacin, Iron, Thiamin, Riboflavin, Folic Acid.

http://i171.photobucket.com/albums/u315/thepearce/weetabix.jpg


If you take into account the variances in the quantities due to the manufacturing process and natural variance in the consistency of the actual ingredients together with the expected inaccuracies in the laboratory testing of the products, not to mention rounding errors and suchlike, it would be reasonable to assume that these are one in the same product. In fact, its amazing that the results from the two independent samples correlate so well. So, safe to say that, from a nutritional point of view at least, Tesco's own-brand Weetabix is the "real thing". :thumbsup:

Need to find a Lidl's sample now that has been scientifically analysed to see how the numbers stack up. :-D
#39
Monster Packet. I eat around 200g's a day so will sort me for alittle. Part of my 5 a day, if I eat 2 or 3 I only need to eat an apple and banana and I'm done. Oh yes, thinking outside the box at its box. HA.
#40
Regarding taste difference, I really, really recommend trying the Weetabix Organic version. The difference is massive for me (I eat with cold milk), the biggest difference being that the organic version is crisper and far less "cardboardy". After eating the normal Weetabix for some years (won't deny it's good) and now having tried the organic, I'll never be going back to the original having tasted the organic, as it's miles apart.

And just in case someone posts it, I'm not an organic nut. There's nothing else I'll have in my diet that's organic, as I don't really believe there's enough taste difference in e.g. the vegetables/fruit/etc to justify the extortionate price (and often ridiculously small portions). Weetabix Organic is the only exception.

Not in all supermarkets either. Tends to be in the bigger supermarket outlets that are out of town. Costs around £2.70 for 24, which isn't cheap, but try it and see if you find enough of a difference to justify the extra 50p on the standard price. It's a big yes for me.

http://www.weetabix.co.uk/dynamicimages/producttranslation/live/en/image42.jpg

This deal itself is amazing for the standard version. Heat/rep added.

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