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12 x 330ml Corona Beers for £7.99 @ Lidl instore
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12 x 330ml Corona Beers for £7.99 @ Lidl instore

£7.99£1233%LIDL Deals
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Posted 1st JunAvailable: National

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Works at 66p each for 330ml bottles. Cost is as good per bottle as the current Asda deal, but offers the option to buy 12 rather than 18.
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clearing the shelves for tasty hops
Edited by: "malhal" 1st Jun
Awesome
£8.50 for 12 in morrisons. not as good but may suit somone who is not near a Lidl
Good price I just paid £13 for 18 in Asda.
Cheaper than Coca Cola now because of Jamie Oliver..
Norseg02/06/2019 11:08

Cheaper than Coca Cola now because of Jamie Oliver..


Yeah he is getting his cummupence now!
Someone send him to Mars please!
omendata02/06/2019 16:09

Yeah he is getting his cummupence now!Someone send him to Mars please! …Yeah he is getting his cummupence now!Someone send him to Mars please!


I wish
When a can of coca cola is more expensive than beers we have a problem..
Probably should give elites ideas since they think the solution would be too have an even higher alcohol tax..

I wish we had real conservatives in charge you know the ones against high taxes and wouldn't dare tax sugar or tv (or wouldn't force people to pay for a government tax funded media) governments shouldn't be giving a penny to news media and definitely shouldnt have their own.
Edited by: "Norseg" 2nd Jun
It has nothing to do with reducing obesity because obviously the "lower elements" as they call us will continue to buy what gives us pleasure its just taxes to make up for what they are losing by allowing all and sundry to come here and claim benefits, rip off the tax system , nhs and all the morons in management of councils and the house of lords and their lovely wage rises above inflation etc etc etc

Now they are trying it on again with a new tax on "unhealthy foods".
Funny the unhealthiest food in the world is Farmed Salmon - i wonder how much they will tax that eh!!!
Quite obvious the agenda really!
Bring on the revolution I say!!!!
Edited by: "omendata" 2nd Jun
omendata02/06/2019 19:29

It has nothing to do with reducing obesity because obviously the "lower …It has nothing to do with reducing obesity because obviously the "lower elements" as they call us will continue to buy what gives us pleasure its just taxes to make up for what they are losing by allowing all and sundry to come here and claim benefits, rip off the tax system , nhs and all the morons in management of councils and the house of lords and their lovely wage rises above inflation etc etc etcNow they are trying it on again with a new tax on "unhealthy foods".Funny the unhealthiest food in the world is Farmed Salmon - i wonder how much they will tax that eh!!!Quite obvious the agenda really!Bring on the revolution I say!!!!


We can't have revolution since they took away our guns but we can try

It's not a tax on the poor, tax has never solved anything infact higher tax just opens up black markets and makes people want to do tax evasion
You know in Australia now they have a huge black market for cigarettes, worth billions because the tax is so high so people thought "bloody heck mate no way how about you get nothing"
If you buy under the counter it's cheaper and the owner gets more money, literally the owner basically gets $1 profit from a sale of $10/15 cigarette tax because the tax is so high
I dont like smokers, never have, it will kill you, it's basically poison but when you elitists ideas of a solution is just creating more problems, let people decide, don't be a nanny state who's solution to everything is just tax tax and tax on the poor
It's not rich people who're going to be effected by the price increases it's the poor

I'm not fat, never have been, probably never will but I still get punished for other people not having self control
There's a thing I say, McDonalds doesn't make people fat, people make themselves fat, people need to stop blaming others for their problems
Edited by: "Norseg" 2nd Jun
Norseg02/06/2019 21:41

We can't have revolution since they took away our guns but we can try …We can't have revolution since they took away our guns but we can try It's not a tax on the poor, tax has never solved anything infact higher tax just opens up black markets and makes people want to do tax evasion You know in Australia now they have a huge black market for cigarettes, worth billions because the tax is so high so people thought "bloody heck mate no way how about you get nothing"If you buy under the counter it's cheaper and the owner gets more money, literally the owner basically gets $1 profit from a sale of $10/15 cigarette tax because the tax is so highI dont like smokers, never have, it will kill you, it's basically poison but when you elitists ideas of a solution is just creating more problems, let people decide, don't be a nanny state who's solution to everything is just tax tax and tax on the poorIt's not rich people who're going to be effected by the price increases it's the poorI'm not fat, never have been, probably never will but I still get punished for other people not having self controlThere's a thing I say, McDonalds doesn't make people fat, people make themselves fat, people need to stop blaming others for their problems

That is true if you visit China or Slovakia there are very few fat people its all about being poor!
No money no food!

Always amazes me the people down the job centre on the dole who can still afford to buy cigs and not the cheap Mayfair variety but the expensive Regal and B&H.

And of course sheer greed and stupidity as the UK is in retrograde evolution!
Edited by: "omendata" 3rd Jun
£9 for a 12-pack in Sainsbury's now too.
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