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4 pack tuna John west £2.50 @ Asda

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£3 for a pack of 4 but went to till and its £5 for two set of 4 which works out to be £2.50 each.
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Tesco has had bad experience lately, they've had spiders in their bananas
If you're concerned about sustainable fishing, avoid John West. Tesco have just stopped selling some of their products.
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/tesco-john-west-tuna-greenpeace-ellie-goulding-trawler-line-caught-sustainability-a7156126.html
hot for the pic, made me giggle :p
I got some in B&M for this price yesterday or they even had 2 lots for £4.50 (making it £2.25 for a pack of 4).

It was the John West tuna chunks.
Forgot to put location

Leeds Beeston small Asda on old lane

Don't know ow to put receipt up
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Princes Tuna Flakes 3 for £1.00 (39p each) at Farmfoods

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3 Princes Tuna Flakes 160g for £1 (39p each) at Farmfoods. Or if you have the leaflet thru the post with the vouchers on it, get 75 for £22.50 using "£2.50 off £25 spend"
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lassy
Deal has expired, well in Bridgend it has so says the manager


Still on in my local on Coventry Road Birmingham
Deal has expired, well in Bridgend it has so says the manager
flakes, not good - there's only scraps of tuna in there.
Think there are 3 grades of tined tuna.
flakes, chunks( about 55p in Aldi) then steak.(about 85p in Aldi)
depends on your use. But I'd avoid the flakes again. Still cheap - so hot from me!
banned
Nice find, great for baked potato and tuna mayo sandwiches :)
humzaa
are these 160g tins each or collective of 160g?


Each
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x 6 Pack Princes tuna chunks in brine/sunflower oil £3.49 @ Farmfoods

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6 cans of Princes tuna chunks £3.49 at Farmfoods
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hursty321
Would never buy tuna from farm foods have some respect for yourself

You wouldn't buy tuna from farmfoods but you would buy a dildo off amazon

have some respect for yourself
Princes Tuna Flakes 3 for £1 at Farmfoods, national deal.
Would never buy tuna from farm foods have some respect for yourself
rooney10
snowflake75
nic2005
I got 4 tins for £1.13 today in asda
​sure they weren't flakes

I got the Tuna Chunks in spring water , 4 x 160g for £1.13 @ Asda today too ;)


​wow
snowflake75
nic2005
I got 4 tins for £1.13 today in asda
​sure they weren't flakes

I got the Tuna Chunks in spring water , 4 x 160g for £1.13 @ Asda today too ;)
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John West Tuna chunks in sunflower oil 5x160g tins £1.50 Asda (INSTORE)

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Just got back from asda and they have the above Tuna 5 x 160g tins for £1.50 dated 2020 so grabbed myself 3 packs if you like tuna I think this is a good deal can't see it online though. Hope this hel…
lassy Avatar2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago41 Comments
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lassy
dewdz
Does no one care that John West are the worst at sustaining fish in our oceans? I hope the company goes out of business seeing as we don't need to eat turtles, sharks and other amazing fish, so there isn't much reason to kill them and throw them back overboard. Truly a sick company.
lmao @ your deals just come here to grizzle do you, such an important contributor, why don't you put as much effort into finding deals and helping others that's what this site is about the clue is at the top of the page
I think you will find the comments section is for comments, whether you like them or not. He was remarking about their bad shipping practises, yet you take that personally, good look finding cheap tuna and other fish when the likes of John West have devastated our oceans.. You will just have to stick to your amazing lidl deas then.. yawn..
a deal is a deal bring them on ill by them and some of the best soup I have ever tasted was a turtle soup I had in Spain a few years ago bloody lovely stuff if its Lidl or anywhere else if its a deal and I like I buy, that's what this site is called last time I looked not grizzlers corner
lassy
dewdz
Does no one care that John West are the worst at sustaining fish in our oceans? I hope the company goes out of business seeing as we don't need to eat turtles, sharks and other amazing fish, so there isn't much reason to kill them and throw them back overboard. Truly a sick company.
lmao @ your deals just come here to grizzle do you, such an important contributor, why don't you put as much effort into finding deals and helping others that's what this site is about the clue is at the top of the page

I think you will find the comments section is for comments, whether you like them or not. He was remarking about their bad shipping practises, yet you take that personally, good look finding cheap tuna and other fish when the likes of John West have devastated our oceans.. You will just have to stick to your amazing lidl deas then.. yawn..


Edited By: ewaandneil1 on Jul 15, 2016 20:57
lassy
dewdz
Does no one care that John West are the worst at sustaining fish in our oceans? I hope the company goes out of business seeing as we don't need to eat turtles, sharks and other amazing fish, so there isn't much reason to kill them and throw them back overboard. Truly a sick company.
lmao @ your deals just come here to grizzle do you, such an important contributor, why don't you put as much effort into finding deals and helping others that's what this site is about the clue is at the top of the page

Perhaps I care more about our planet than deals, but still enjoy a good deal on the side? Is that a problem?
cazsilver
andybriggs03
Heat but il pass i like drinking the spring water juice, this is too oily for my liking.
Asda Wallington had the 5 packs in spring water for £1.75, so worth a look if your passing a Asda
Thanks :-)
andybriggs03
Heat but il pass i like drinking the spring water juice, this is too oily for my liking.

Asda Wallington had the 5 packs in spring water for £1.75, so worth a look if your passing a Asda
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Go-Cat Dry Cat Food Adult Tuna, Herring and Vegetable 10kg £13.12 ( £14 non-prime) @ Amazon

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Go-Cat Dry Cat Food Adult Tuna, Herring and Vegetable £13.12. Chicken and duck 10kg on£15. With 20% voucher applied and 5% savings applied to your first S&S delivery.
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iEimis
There's Whiskas Chicken with voucher 7kg for £9.09, good value in my opinion as well.


​I agree. I ordered thanks!

Thanks very much
There's Whiskas Chicken with voucher 7kg for £9.09, good value in my opinion as well.
gone up now :(
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Tuna chunks in spring water or brine pack of 8 in store £5.00 @ Morrisons

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Pack of 8 John West tuna chunks in either spring water or brine in Horsforth store for just £5
MegaMalps Avatar1m, 3d agoFound 1 month, 3 days ago14 Comments
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paulindefatigablespooner1
2 packs of 4 for £4.50 in home bargains. been that price for weeks.


It would cost me more than 50p in fuel to get to home bargains lol so morrisons is a deal for me.
Just went to add his now lol. Our local had them hidden in the corner with no price. £2 more for another 5 tins lol.
2 packs of 4 for £4.50 in home bargains. been that price for weeks.
Gollywood
cjabingham
Kingfisher brand 3 for £1 at BM !
​Flakes?
Yah! Sorry!

Edited By: cjabingham on Jun 27, 2016 15:55
cjabingham
Kingfisher brand 3 for £1 at BM !


​Flakes?
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Home Bargains - John West Tuna, 2PK - 8 tins £4.50

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2 packs - as in 8 tins of John West Tuna for £4.50!!!! Available in Brine and Sunflower Oil.
Shazadi_786 Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago14 Comments
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same price in farmfoods
30p more and you can get an extra tin?

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/john-west-tuna-chunks-brine-3-x-160g-1-60-tesco-2462824

3 packs of these i believe.
I got some from Morrisons which in my opinion is cheaper . They are selling 160gx 4 for £2.50. Home Bargain's have less content in their John West tuna tin.Op should include that in the deal.
As an Owls fan I really should be buying John West tuna lol. 3 new quality players and I reckon we are back to the PL (Premier League/Promised Land) next season. May have to pop to B&M. X) Heat added (obviously).

PS Problem is Skipjack is frequently 2 quid for 4 at Tesco and that is line and pole caught. Moral dilemma time. :{


Edited By: bellboys on Jun 12, 2016 20:43
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John West Tuna Chunks in Brine 3 x 160g £1.60 Tesco

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As per description. Found in Tesco @ Mansfield. Yellow reduction label at end of shelf. So should be national.
Dawsy Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago8 Comments
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audin
Buy buy buy! WAWAW


If it helps us land Ross McCormack I'm all for it X)
Available in tesco Tonteg.
6 packs left earlier, not sure if there's any more to replenish the stocks.
Dawsy
So should be national.
B.S.
Buy buy buy! WAWAW
Apparently John West have promised to sell 100 % FAD free tuna by the end of 2016. Most supermarkets are going to hold them to that or stop selling it. We will see.
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kingfisher sandwich tuna 6 tins £1.50 @ farmfoods

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at 25p a tin good price my friend. Contains a good mix of tuna chunks and flakes.
billbobargins Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago9 Comments
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Ghana on tin it says. hot in ghana
Are they caught and tinned in Thailand ?
FISHALICIOUS!
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cat food
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4 Pack Tesco Skipjack Tuna Chunks In Brine 160g £1.50

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4 Pack Tesco Skipjack Tuna Chunks In Brine 160g £1.50 at Tesco Clapham may be available in other stores at this price
andreocean Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago8 Comments
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Not national. You should write in-store in title. Selling at £2.50 at my local Tesco.
andreocean
shahidur
they dont taste that gud
Different tastes, I like these more than princes version :), plus each can has a ring pull so does not need a can opener.


Ring pull is such an effort saver when I forget to pack can opener to work and end up opening cans with screwdrivers and stuff like that...
shahidur
they dont taste that gud
Different tastes, I like these more than princes version :), plus each can has a ring pull so does not need a can opener.
they dont taste that gud
seanmorris100
wtf my pc blocked the link even though i said accept andit wont open???????
This is an instore only deal for Tesco stores that still have stock. This deal will not be online on Tesco website.
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4 cans of skipjacks Tuna for £2.50 at Tesco

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4 cans of skipjacks Tuna for £2.50 at Tesco
mujaed Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago2 Comments
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Is that tuna in brine only?
These were 4 cans for £1.50 in Chester store.... stocked up my cupboards !
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John West Tuna Chunks in Spring Water 4 x 160g for only £3.00 at Morrisons

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4 x 160g tuna chunks in spring water for only £3
Barnush07 Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago11 Comments
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Don't buy any fish from irresponsible John WEST they are trashing our oceans, and there Tuna is fished unsustainably .

Please consider purchasing from a better brand here is a league table of best practice by Greenpeace to help you make an informed choice,

http://i67.tinypic.com/wsvk7k.png
Link
if you want to help out even more to get John West to clean up their act, then why not visit this Linky to give them a call!

Thanks for taking the time to read, and have a nice day!
:)
dani_b
they are currently also 2 4 packs for £4.50 in home bargains if you have one near ☺

The ones there are not 160g.
They are £3.50 for 5 at Asda.
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Safc-Chick
These are deffinately 2 x 4 pack for £5 in Morrisons had them in our entrance
dani_b
they are currently also 2 4 packs for £4.50 in home bargains if you have one near ☺

Recently listed...

"John West Tuna Chunks In Brine or spring water 8 x 160g £5.00 Morrinsons"

...and four days ago...

"Packs of 8 X 160g John West Tuna Chunks In Spring Water or Brine now £5.00 instore / online @ Morrisons"
they are currently also 2 4 packs for £4.50 in home bargains if you have one near ☺
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Packs of 8 X 160g John West Tuna Chunks In Spring Water or Brine now £5.00 instore / online @ Morrisons

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Seems a decent price for a pack of 8 x 160g, link goes to Tuna in Spring Water, will pop brine in 1st post.
wishihadadonkey Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago15 Comments
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chocci
vinumat
Farmfoods offer 4 x 145g for £4
Still works out cheaper when compared £/kg than this one here.
No it doesn't

Was a typo, meant 8 x 145g for £4

Edited By: vinumat on May 12, 2016 23:25: Type error
Magister
These cans of tuna originally contained 185 gms, then reduced to 160 gms, and they have now been reduced to 145 gms, all this with no reduction in price. Both John West and Princes brands have done this. It is about time the politicians did something about this form of legalised spivvery.


Or they could just raise the price so you'd pay more? The weight is clearly noted on the can so they are doing nothing wrong (ethical fishing aside).

When costs go up, do you just want a company to run at a loss just so your purchase stays they same?
usual price in iceland
anewkillerstar
m5rcc
Await the Greenpeace brigade...
Yes, they are the worst: acting ethically, helping to support sustainable fishing, standing up to unscrupulous companies...

So they claim...
m5rcc
Await the Greenpeace brigade...

Yes, they are the worst: acting ethically, helping to support sustainable fishing, standing up to unscrupulous companies...
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12 tins of tuna £4.00 farmfoods

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12 tins of princes tuna for £4 in farmfoods absolute bargain
alexmaude Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago68 Comments
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Is this still on?
For previous posters on Green peace they have a campaign going where they ask members
to email say a supermarket . The John West Tuna campaign resulted in 42,000 people emailing Waitrose supermarket resulting in them announcing they will stop stocking John West in 2017 if John West have not changed their fishing policy by then .

Greenpeace are now asking members to email Tescos . So people power can make a difference another example of which is change.org petitions which have and are changing Government policy or holding them to account.

As the song goes " he had high hopes ...look their goes another rubber tree plant!"
schnide
..a 5.2% share of the market while they're still on shelves, which they will not want to lose

JW won't care given that their parent owner has a turnover of almost £2.5bn per year. They'll continue via other stores such as Farm Foods/Poundland/etc and through their other subsidiaries throughout the world

schnide
By this point, I'm satisfied that you are quite possibly not just a climate changer denier but also someone who prefers the sound of their own voice (or indeed in this case, the sight of their own typing) long over the reality of any situation in general

Says the person who has to vehemently protect Greenpeace...

schnide
We already waste too much energy as a species and that's what I'm doing on you

And will continue to do so...

schnide
because you've already been proven wrong

By whom? You've proven nothing other than Greenpeace still have zero effect on JWs fishing exploits
m5rcc
schnide
"Waitrose have announced that if John West don’t clean up their act by 2017, they’ll take their unsustainable tuna off the shelves! [...] Waitrose’s announcement comes just one week after Tesco threatened to drop John West unless they sort out their supply chain.":D
"If this, then that..." Don't think JW care too much what Waitrose think. They have a 5.2% market share of the UK.
Tesco should worry more about what in their cans of Tesco value tuna....

..a 5.2% share of the market while they're still on shelves, which they will not want to lose. The power of financial pressure, you see. Basic economics.

:D

By this point, I'm satisfied that you are quite possibly not just a climate changer denier but also someone who prefers the sound of their own voice (or indeed in this case, the sight of their own typing) long over the reality of any situation in general. We already waste too much energy as a species and that's what I'm doing on you. So you can have the last word if you feel you need it, because you've already been proven wrong. And thank you for your email today Greenpeace, and keep up the great work.

<3
schnide
"Waitrose have announced that if John West don’t clean up their act by 2017, they’ll take their unsustainable tuna off the shelves! [...] Waitrose’s announcement comes just one week after Tesco threatened to drop John West unless they sort out their supply chain."

:D

"If this, then that..." Don't think JW care too much what Waitrose think. They have a 5.2% market share of the UK.

Tesco should worry more about what in their cans of Tesco value tuna....
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John West tuna steak in olive oil 3pk £1.99 B&M

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John West Tuna in olive oil 3pk at B&M for £1.99. Exp is 2017
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guys thanks for the pic as I couldn't get my original shelf pic at B&M to upload but it's not the "no drain" version. but still a 3pack in olive oil for £1.99 so that's why I posted it. hope it helps someone
Heat from me. Aren't these usually between £4 and £5?
its steak and in olive oil should be hot
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Princes Red Salmon 50p, Tuna, Mayo & Sweetcorn 25p,Mackerel Fillets 25p, Pilchards 25p @ Morrisons

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My local Morrisons store in Cwmbran appear to have a clearance on Princes tinned fish products not all products but a good range on clearance at low prices,. Possibly in other stores as staff membe…
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Non at all in my morrisons today :(
Yes national, bought lots from Morrison's Northampton tonight.
Hiyayou
jdbigguy
frg2014
What flavour mackerel fillets?
Fish. :p
​I thought that.... But decided I was being daft. ;)
Daft, never.
jdbigguy
frg2014
What flavour mackerel fillets?
Fish. :p


I think you mean't mackerel in tomato sauce, brine, sunflower oil etc
I hope that's what you mean't anyway :p
the SMALL 213g red salmon tin was priced 80p at Edgbaston Birmingham Morrisons
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ocean bay tuna flakes in brine (net 170g) only £1.00 at poundland

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good price! only 33p per tin
me_fab2184 Avatar4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago6 Comments
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OK for a pasta bake.
me_fab2184
still cheap for a cat food, ryt?
No. Branded cat food is typically 60p for 400g
still cheap for a cat food, ryt?
I'd personally never buy cheap tuna but you have got to think them cafes you visit or tuna sandwiches you purchase from the shops I would imagine use the same quality tuna as you are dismissing right here.
Only good at cat food
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John West Tuna chunks in brine 4x 160g £2.39 or 2 for £4 @ farmfoods

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John West Tuna chunks in brine 4x160g £2.39 or 2 for £4, seemed like a good deal to me.
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I bought two 4-can packs of these yesterday, they are definitely 145 grams, not 160 grams.
I checked these yesterday at my local store in Stevenage and the tins were actually 145 grammes not 160.
3 tins in poundland you guess it £1
Lovely Tuna
http://i.imgur.com/ePmbo6C.jpg
Nice price,thanks.
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Might be worth pointing out that John West are massive gits and bottom of the Greenpeace tuna league table for unsustainable tuna fishing:

They promised 100% sustainable tuna by 2016 - so far they've managed 2%. They show little intention to change.
John West's owners, Thai Union, have been linked to human rights abuses in their seafood supply chains
They must stop using unsustainable fishing methods that catch sharks, endangered turtles and other creatures

https://secure.greenpeace.org.uk/page/s/not-just-tuna-fb

I know a lot of people won't care but there are other far more ethical supplies in that list that are actually cheaper than John West, even with the above deals.
mayzi
admirable
Only 10% smaller so b&m is a better deal

B&M is 580g for 250p = .431p per 1g
Morrisons is 640g for 247p = .385p per 1g

but to be fair the Farmfoods deal is better

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/john-west-tuna-chunks-brine-4x-160g-2-39-2-for-4-farmfoods-2413130
admirable
Only 10% smaller so b&m is a better deal
£1.50 for 3 at BnM
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John West tuna chunks in brine 2x 4pack £4.00 @ farmfoods instore

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First post so hopefully haven't done anything wrong. Just seen 8 tins of tuna for £5 go hot and thought why not. Basically, Farmfoods have an offer on for 8 tins of tuna chunks in brine for £4. (J…
gooner786 Avatar4m, 4w agoFound 4 months, 4 weeks ago12 Comments
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Can't believe i voted it hot and then refreshed and it went down!
For John West tuna this is brilliant and works out cheaper than Aldi Tuna!

This is a no brainer.......fish being brain food ;)
seanmorris100
Brine makes the tuna soggy, best get sunflower oil keeps it intact


​Honestly, I just buy tuna cos it's high protein low fat/carbs. Perfect muscle food!
Thanks. Went to the one local to my work and got some. A bargain price. They only had brine variety not any in water or oil.
@gollywood and mackem1966 i didn't notice them in oil sorry!
cawsmawr
If these are the 160g tins, this is a great deal! What size are the tins OP?

​They are the 145g tins sorry!

Edited By: gooner786 on Mar 01, 2016 13:51: Wrong info put by accident
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8 tins of tuna for £5.00 @ Iceland instore

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8 tins of tuna for £5 at Iceland in store whitstable, in brine or sunflower oil. not sure if already posted sorry.
elliothadley Avatar4m, 4w agoFound 4 months, 4 weeks ago12 Comments
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Farm foods I am sure when I went in the other day was 8tins for £4
Home Bargains is selling 2x4cans for £4.50, but only in brine (that I could see)
They are not 8 tins for £5 @ Keighley Iceland
How does this compare to Lidl? They're around 60-something-p per can at usual price.
It is John West tuna
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5 PACK OF TUNA CHUNKS IN BRINE / £2.59 / B&M

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5 PACK OF TUNA CHUNKS IN BRINE/£2.59/B&M 5X145G NORMAL SIZE. These are ocean fresh!
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mandy miller
These tuna flakes are awful - waste of money!
I bought some for my cats and even my cats won't eat them! Although described as tuna in brine, there still seems to be a lot of greasy, almost industrial-type oil around the tuna. Smells horrid and when I tentatively tried a little bit on a fork, I spat it out. No wonder cats wouldn't have anything to do with it! A real case of "buy cheap, buy twice"
I'm not sure "buy cheap, buy twice" applies here.

Also, these are chunks, not flakes

Edited By: HereKittyKitty on Feb 22, 2016 01:46: Xx
4 for 2 quid at farmfoods so a little cheaper.
Thanks for the post
mandy miller
These tuna flakes are awful - waste of money!
I bought some for my cats and even my cats won't eat them! Although described as tuna in brine, there still seems to be a lot of greasy, almost industrial-type oil around the tuna. Smells horrid and when I tentatively tried a little bit on a fork, I spat it out. No wonder cats wouldn't have anything to do with it! A real case of "buy cheap, buy twice"
These are chunks not flakes(in picture),are you on about the 3 4 £1 at homebargins?
These tuna flakes are awful - waste of money!
I bought some for my cats and even my cats won't eat them! Although described as tuna in brine, there still seems to be a lot of greasy, almost industrial-type oil around the tuna. Smells horrid and when I tentatively tried a little bit on a fork, I spat it out. No wonder cats wouldn't have anything to do with it! A real case of "buy cheap, buy twice"
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John West Tuna Chunks in Sunflower Oil/Brine 4 pack £2.50/ each or 2 for £4.50 instore @ Home Bargain

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Very good deal. 8 cans for £4.50 or 4 cans for £2.50 . It's time to stock up.
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4x145 g
saw these yesterday they are 140g or thereabouts not the usual size anyway
size 200g or reduced verson?
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John West Tuna Chunks 5 pack £3.50 @ Asda

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John West Tuna Chunks, 5 pack in Brine, Spring, Water or Sunflower Oil available in store or online
Agent004 Avatar5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago14 Comments
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Iceland has been doing packs of 4 for £2.50 for several months now. I have stocked up but not going to buy John West anymore after reading article about their tuna fishing methods.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-34452501
Good price, got some yesterday.
got the 4 back of john west tuna chunks for under 2 quid from farmfood which works out alot cheaper
where I come from, chunks = vomit

can they not just call these tuna pieces?
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Princes Tuna Flakes in Brine 160g tins x 3 for £1.00 Farmfoods

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3 x 160g princess tuna flakes in brine £1.00 Farmfoods
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asf76uk
Can anybody tell me what these are like as tuna flakes Iv bought in the past were only fit for the cat
Sorry i didnt actually buy any as got loads of tuna
Can anybody tell me what these are like as tuna flakes Iv bought in the past were only fit for the cat
Not found any in Cambridge
amour3k
Would help if u mentioned which FarmFoods you found this at?.
These are in Ilford FarmFoods for anyone thats interested in these ..... :-)
I found them in Northampton but usually national deals :D
I saw the same today in Middleton Poundstretcher. Might help someone who doesn't have Farmfoods close to them
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Cameron92
DealJourno
I would get the tuna chunks if they have those instead of the flakes.
Is there really any difference?
I always end up mashing the chunks up into flakes basically anyway.

Better off mashing tinned pulp as you can swallow the distasteful offering quickly. It is no more than pet food....
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verysleepy
Here kitty kitty kitty

Here, kitty, kitty, kitty.
As well as mush, Princes and John West tinned tuna have a high proportion of liquid in them - check out the drained weight! Lidl tinned tuna has a lot less liquid.
goldy12
Can you please confirm whether these are Flakes as per description or chunks as per picture ?

It's tuna flakes which is more like tuna mush when you open the can but at this price you can't complain.
DealJourno
I would get the tuna chunks if they have those instead of the flakes.
Is there really any difference?
I always end up mashing the chunks up into flakes basically anyway.
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3 X tins of tuna in brine £1.00 - poundland

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Seemed a little fishy but turned out to be a bargain.
drdreidel Avatar6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago14 Comments
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Flakes are like the leftovers off the factory floor chucked in a tin and sold on.
Nasty cheap garbage
Tuna flakes are fish eczema
These have to be better than my locals Best Buy tin of mosh! They may as well have sold it as sea monkeys
my cat loves these, cheaper than catfood
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John west tuna 4 pack £2.50 @ Morrisons

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In brine, sunflower and spring water. Didn't have a limited to so many per customer.
Wolfout Avatar6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago15 Comments
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this deal is back on but selection of brine or sunflower oil (same price).
The, Against The Catching Of Tuna Brigade will be on this deal like a bowl of tuna pasta in nae time (_;)
£2.39 in Poundstretchers. Has been for ages.
these guys use bad fishing methods that harm other ocean life....

good price tho!
good deal..hot
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John West/Princes 4x Tuna Chunks Brine/Oil £1.95 [Princes 6x Tuna Chunks Brine/Oil/Water £2.95, 4x Sandwich Tuna £1.79] @ Farmfoods

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John West, the fisherman, was a real stickler for quality, believing that the best way to get hold of the best fish was to take care of the fishing himself. Following his proud example, we also have o…
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becwah1
Dirty, dirty fish. I'd never buy Tuna from John west or Princes.
Now I'm not a hippy or greenpeace activist but the way these two companies catch the fish and kill turtles, Dolphins and other fish is disgraceful.
Shop own brand pole and line is the way forward!

Only came in this deal to post almost exactly what you said.

Giving a crap about the environmental impact of our food etc doesn't make us 'hippies or activists' - the stigma is on those who don't care enough to look into it. Mass-produced palm oil is a prime example of what can be achieved when people 'vote with their feet' - increasingly retailers and producers are doing away with the use of it as their customers are telling them that they won't accept it any more.

That said, there are many people for whom this price means they can eat a few decent meals so I will vote hot for that reason alone (I realise HUKD is a site for sharing the lowest priced deals and not to debate social politics!)
John West/Princes tinned tuna - two of the worst brands for excess fluids in the tins - look at the drained weight and compare with the total weight - scandalous!
They have the 36 pack of Weetabix for two pounds. As for the tuna, unbelievable price really. Hot for me.
Dirty, dirty fish. I'd never buy Tuna from John west or Princes.

Now I'm not a hippy or greenpeace activist but the way these two companies catch the fish and kill turtles, Dolphins and other fish is disgraceful.

Shop own brand pole and line is the way forward!
Buy the ones without oil then!

zworld
Used to be 200g. Bast**rds
Btw, Prince's always fill half of the can with oil.
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Sheba Classics In Terrine Fish Selection Or Fine Recipes In Sauce Meat Recipes 8 x 85g, Offer Price, £2.00 @ Poundland

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Meant to add these earlier but forgot all about them - probably because I don't have a cat anymore :( =^^= Two varieties: Sheba Classics In Terrine Fish Selection (2 x Salmon, 2 x Cod, 2 x Tuna and V…
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dennissabre
Definitely £2.00 at the checkout at Colchester but absolutely nothing to indicate this anywhere in the store.
Bought so thanks OP.
Thanks very much. Really sorry. Normally I would have bought these in a heartbeat but no feline friends in my life at the moment :( I changed the post to reflect this price.
Definitely £2.00 at the checkout at Colchester but absolutely nothing to indicate this anywhere in the store.
Bought so thanks OP.
millcat
:oO I also thought it was a fantastic deal........upon closer inspection they were labelled on the shelf at £2 a box........gutted! I thought the store was called Poundland for a reason....obviously not!
If you can get them for £1 a box, get them whilst you can! :D
Urgh, that's a real pain when that happens! There were no other labels or signs next to the Sheba packs, it was in amongst all the other £1 items - must be an oversight. Sorry :(
louiselouise
tiggerloveslife
Absolute bargain...just wish we had a poundland as I'd definitely stock up for my furry friends ;)
So sorry to read about your cat as I know how difficult it is to lose one and what a huge miss it is :(
Aw, bless you :) I always make a point of greeting any cat, old or new, that I meet x

Just a shame you didn't live closer to me as I'd have said to come round and share mine as they generally can't get enough attention and even if they tried to do their "don't you know I'm aloof and independent act" they would be easily bribed with some poundland Sheba ;)
Excellent deal, well done
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4 pack tuna chunks £2.00 at Tesco

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Tuna chunks in sunflower Oil or water. Price £ 2. Found in Tesco.
paharito Avatar6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago14 Comments
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Buy line caught tuna.
gb1999
For those that are interested, greenpeace were not impressed with Princes methods in obtaining their tuna

https://secure.greenpeace.org.uk/page/s/not-just-tuna-fb
from what I hear , neither were the fish
There's something fishy going on?
RayB
The price is good but the top brands like Princes and John West have lots of liquid in them so you need to look at the drained weight to see how much tuna you are getting. I find Lidl's own brand have more content overall and proportionately less liquid so the drained weight is noticeably greater than the two brands I just mentioned.


​Nice one.
For those that are interested, greenpeace were not impressed with Princes methods in obtaining their tuna

https://secure.greenpeace.org.uk/page/s/not-just-tuna-fb
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John West Tuna Chunks in Spring Water 4 Tin Pack (4 x 145g) £2.39 @Poundstretcher

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John West Tuna Chunks in Spring Water 4 Tin Pack (4 x 145g) £2.39 , around £3- £4 in supermarkets
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B&m have 160g 4 pk, sunflower and brine for £2.50
Is that drained weight I've noticed lately these cans are getting smaller
My God.

I've haddock up to here with fish jokes.
Did you hear about the whistling fisherman?

He was always out of tuna.

I'm Here all week
Something fishy about this deal.
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Ocean Best Tuna Flake 3 X 165G @ poundstretcher ONLY £1.00

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In Brine Cheapest I've seen. In Store Only
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awful.... mushy , like cardboard, and so salty l coundn't eat the sandwich i had made . Im taking it back . s. stone
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michaelb1967
Flakes are not good, always buy tuna chunks.
Hope you are kidding
Only buy the tuna steak in a tin
It is £1 a tin most the time at waitrose

Everyone has different cut off points. I'm sure some would be horrified at buying tinned tuna rather than buying from the fresh fish counter. Line caught chunks like Sainsburys own brand are my go to choice as they genuinely are chunks, taste pretty good and are well rated environmentally.

Tinned 'flakes' are mushy garbage though that as other people have said you lose a load of when you drain.
I saw these a while back and thought AMAZING price. But I cooked it up and could still taste a metal taste in the tuna. Would not recommend whatsoever
Good for the cat
Good for the
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John west tuna chunks 8 tins for £5 @ morrisons

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Morrison have John west tuna chunks in 3 verities, spring water, brine & sunflower oil. £3 for a pack of 4 or 2 packs for £5.
k_lc Avatar7m, 2d agoFound 7 months, 2 days ago4 Comments
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I can't see the offer? in morrison
Ongoing offer at iceland
I wasn't able to add the link to the post so it's in the comments.
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Tuna flakes in brine 160g 3 tins for £1.00 @ Heron Foods with exp date 2018!

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Princes Tuna flakes in brine now 3 for £1. 160g cans at Heron foods. Mine are dated 2018. Promotion showing on their website too. Loads in Dewsbury
katzinthehouse Avatar7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago13 Comments
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Hot!!:p
Bleurgh rubbish stuff! Tuna "flakes" are utter rubbish once drained there's hardly anything there!
Salty sawdust yummy
MR GUS
Cracking deal for bland tuna, give me mackerel any day ..but heat for price. shouldn't we all be laying off the tuna to give it some recovery time as a species!? ..not to mention all the nastiness from fukushima that polluted (even more) vast swathes of seascape.

Skipjack tuna are doing fine, there's no significant concern at current populations. Check the supplier is at least involved with the MSC or the ISSF.

Radiation from Fukushima isn't a concern to us. Nobody would recommend you eat fish swimming just outside of course but there's no reason to avoid fish elsewhere for fear of radiation. This chart might help. :)
http://imgs.xkcd.com/blag/radiation.png

Edited By: yrreb88 on Dec 09, 2015 16:12
hoggy99
Cat food sorted!


I wouldn't recommend it, maybe a mouthful every now and then as a rare treat. If you have to give fish, any vet will tell you it's better to give them plain fish such as cheap frozen white fish from supermarkets.