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Young's fishfingers 20 pack are reduced from £3.99 to 60p instore at Sainsbury's. I know these are often on BOGOF but this is an amazing price so stock up! I took a photo of the shelf ticket so will add this once I figure it out. I asked why they were such a low price and I was told that it is usually because they are selling off an end of line. It could be that they are getting in a different sized pack. The person I spoke to confirmed this would be a nationwide offer.
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#1
Great price, if as you say available nationwide. :)
#2
we had these last week in our local sainsburys for £1,had a look today and there all finished,
ud be luck to find stock as they were limited per store
heat added for the great post
#3
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Edited By: kitkat on Mar 30, 2011 19:21
5 Likes #4
Way better than the Sainsburys Basic crap
banned 1 Like #5
Great deal...Tesco are buy 1 get 2 free on the 20 packs of these this week at £3.99 this knocks spots off it......
#6
Got mine today!
#7
Price is good but I don't think they taste very nice.
#8
my daughter loves fish fingers and this is a great price.heat
#9
they have a long date discontinued due to change of packaging
#10
Why are a lot of fish fingers, fish in breadcumbs etc..that are using Pollock (much cheaper but sustainable ,still tastes as good) similarly priced to the more expensive cod??? Do I see Higher profits at all the stores?
#11
HesFamily4
Way better than the Sainsburys Basic crap
These are made with 58% Alaskan Pollock, EXACTLY the same amount as the Sainsburys Basic ones - which incidentally are also made by Youngs, so how are they? :|
#12
WonderWoman
HesFamily4
Way better than the Sainsburys Basic crap
These are made with 58% Alaskan Pollock, EXACTLY the same amount as the Sainsburys Basic ones - which incidentally are also made by Youngs, so how are they? :|

Because I PREFER the taste of these ones - OK?!
If not - TOUGH!
2 Likes #13
HesFamily4
WonderWoman
HesFamily4
Way better than the Sainsburys Basic crap
These are made with 58% Alaskan Pollock, EXACTLY the same amount as the Sainsburys Basic ones - which incidentally are also made by Youngs, so how are they? :|

Because I PREFER the taste of these ones - OK?!
If not - TOUGH!
Clearly a charmer........
#14
I have visions of a Sainsbury's depot somewhere bursting at the seams with these Youngs Fish Fingers. They can't get rid of them quick enough!

They were on Buy One Get 2 free recently, then they were £1 a pack, now they are 60p a pack!

They'll be giving them out free at the checkout soon with every spend over a tenner! That said, it is a hot deal.
#15
WonderWoman
HesFamily4
WonderWoman
HesFamily4
Way better than the Sainsburys Basic crap

These are made with 58% Alaskan Pollock, EXACTLY the same amount as the Sainsburys Basic ones - which incidentally are also made by Youngs, so how are they? :|


Because I PREFER the taste of these ones - OK?!
If not - TOUGH!

Clearly a charmer........


They're both the same. Made in the same factory. Different packaging. (_;).........
#16
HesFamily4
WonderWoman
HesFamily4
Way better than the Sainsburys Basic crap


These are made with 58% Alaskan Pollock, EXACTLY the same amount as the Sainsburys Basic ones - which incidentally are also made by Youngs, so how are they? :|


Because I PREFER the taste of these ones - OK?!

If not - TOUGH!


I suppose paying a premium for a Youngs Fish Finger box could be worth it if you want to pretend to be middle-class.
Or you could eat it. Does this box taste better than the Sainsburys basic one?

Edited By: Hadouken! on Mar 31, 2011 03:32
#17
Hadouken!
HesFamily4
WonderWoman
HesFamily4
Way better than the Sainsburys Basic crap

These are made with 58% Alaskan Pollock, EXACTLY the same amount as the Sainsburys Basic ones - which incidentally are also made by Youngs, so how are they? :|

Because I PREFER the taste of these ones - OK?!

If not - TOUGH!

I suppose paying a premium for a Youngs Fish Finger box could be worth it if you want to pretend to be middle-class.
Or you could eat it. Does this box taste better than the Sainsburys basic one?

WTF does what fish fingers I buy have to do with you. Why do people have to spout on like they know-it-all, when they don't!
1 Like #18
WonderWoman
HesFamily4
Way better than the Sainsburys Basic crap

These are made with 58% Alaskan Pollock, EXACTLY the same amount as the Sainsburys Basic ones - which incidentally are also made by Youngs, so how are they? :|

Maybe one is 58% flesh and the other is 58% skin, bones and eyeballs?
1 Like #19
orlando08
WonderWoman
HesFamily4
WonderWoman
HesFamily4
Way better than the Sainsburys Basic crap

These are made with 58% Alaskan Pollock, EXACTLY the same amount as the Sainsburys Basic ones - which incidentally are also made by Youngs, so how are they? :|


Because I PREFER the taste of these ones - OK?!
If not - TOUGH!

Clearly a charmer........


They're both the same. Made in the same factory. Different packaging. (_;).........

Made in the same factory doesn't mean they are necessarily the same. Maybe the good meat goes to one pile and the waste goes to another pile for "cheaper" fish fingers...
2 Likes #20
HesFamily4
Hadouken!
HesFamily4
WonderWoman
HesFamily4
Way better than the Sainsburys Basic crap


These are made with 58% Alaskan Pollock, EXACTLY the same amount as the Sainsburys Basic ones - which incidentally are also made by Youngs, so how are they? :|


Because I PREFER the taste of these ones - OK?!

If not - TOUGH!


I suppose paying a premium for a Youngs Fish Finger box could be worth it if you want to pretend to be middle-class.
Or you could eat it. Does this box taste better than the Sainsburys basic one?


WTF does what fish fingers I buy have to do with you. Why do people have to spout on like they know-it-all, when they don't!


Kellogs make most of the supermarkets cereal but kelloggs tastes better , and i've have sainsburys fish fingers and youngs taste better
#21
bargaingaz
HesFamily4
Hadouken!
HesFamily4
WonderWoman
HesFamily4
Way better than the Sainsburys Basic crap


These are made with 58% Alaskan Pollock, EXACTLY the same amount as the Sainsburys Basic ones - which incidentally are also made by Youngs, so how are they? :|


Because I PREFER the taste of these ones - OK?!

If not - TOUGH!


I suppose paying a premium for a Youngs Fish Finger box could be worth it if you want to pretend to be middle-class.
Or you could eat it. Does this box taste better than the Sainsburys basic one?


WTF does what fish fingers I buy have to do with you. Why do people have to spout on like they know-it-all, when they don't!


Kellogs make most of the supermarkets cereal but kelloggs tastes better , and i've have sainsburys fish fingers and youngs taste better


And the Birds Eye Omega3 ones are better than the Youngs ones, and are never on offer!!
#22
got 3 packs today along with some frozen salmon reduced to £2.50 :)
#23
Thanks got 8 packs - brilliant buy.

By the way Kellogs don't make the supermarkets own cereals it's Westons I think and Sainsburys basics are not the same as these Fish fingers.
#24
Excellent price....Must get today!!
#25
How many calories per fish finger? Just out of curiosity. Can't tell if it's for one or not on the box cover.
#26
Rubbish wife picked up the buy 1 get 2 free from tesco :(
#27
These are really not very good in my opinion.
#28
The great fish finger debate!
I've had these and could tell the difference between these and birds eyes. Birds eyes are much nicer but for the price difference i would buy these. Heat added.
1 Like #29
Jerbs
How many calories per fish finger? Just out of curiosity. Can't tell if it's for one or not on the box cover.


214 per 4 fingers.
#30
Got some thanks op

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