1ltr Bottles of Ribena just £1 (usually £2.82) at Asda & Morrisons.
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1ltr Bottles of Ribena just £1 (usually £2.82) at Asda & Morrisons.

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Found 3rd Jul 2011
Just popped into my local Asda and saw all 1ltr Ribenas going for a quid, credit to Craig B who has advised that this deal is also for Morrisons now.

Best deal I've seen before on this is the BOGOF at Tesco.

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Good price, thanks

just got back from asda confirmed this is on

blasts tesco out of the water again doesnt it? lol
well done to asda
pete

Got two from the slough branch yesterday

hot need to stack up on these p.s doctor sez ribena no good lol

You should be able to get just the difference back from tesco if you dont have an asda locally

does this count as one of my 5 a day?

You beat me to it.... lol

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micks_missus

You beat me to it.... lol



Hopefully this will prove my first hot deal! :-)

this is also going to be £1 at morrisons next week

I hear they have some special's on grocers apostrophe's as well.

Used to make Ribena working during the Summer as a student. Incredible the amount of crap that used to be thrown in along with the berries that had been picked. Dead mice and rats all thrown into the mixer.


Haven't touched the stuff since.

xenophon

Used to make Ribena working during the Summer as a student. Incredible … Used to make Ribena working during the Summer as a student. Incredible the amount of crap that used to be thrown in along with the berries that had been picked. Dead mice and rats all thrown into the mixer.Haven't touched the stuff since.


So who do you work for? Robinsons?

*bottles

All its worth watered down from what it used to be less fruit,Try Lidl's much nicer like Ribena used to be.

zumi

So who do you work for? Robinsons?


yeah yeah, rats in sayers/greggs pasties, etc etc, blah blah blah, retarded urban myths perpetuated by stupid bored teenagers... im pretty sure GlaxoSmithKline go out of their way to get embroiled in expensive lawsuits for poisoning the public. You unamusing idiot.

Edited by: "spaceinvader" 3rd Jul 2011

It has never been ratified.

Fresh meat AND froot all in one - yummy

TheGreatRaemondo

Fresh meat AND froot all in one - yummy



TWO of your Five-A-Day then ...;)

Good for the kids!!!

shame not big bottles again for £2, asda did them few weeks back. stocked up with 5 lol. while you're at asda get the 1.5l Bubba Thermos cup for <5er, goes great with ribena lol

Sol

it was buy one get one free in tescos, and you get 5p off fuel

spaceinvader

yeah yeah, rats in sayers/greggs pasties, etc etc, blah blah blah, … yeah yeah, rats in sayers/greggs pasties, etc etc, blah blah blah, retarded urban myths perpetuated by stupid bored teenagers... im pretty sure GlaxoSmithKline go out of their way to get embroiled in expensive lawsuits for poisoning the public. You unamusing idiot.



Okay you disagree, and you work or have relatives working for Smithkline no doubt, but not sure why the abusive final sentence but it would apply more to you if you think they actually do it purposely or knowingly allow it.

This isn't some 'retarded urban myths perpetuated by stupid bored teenagers' this was done by stupid bored teenagers. The people that run the large mixers are students themselves and out of 1000 trays of blackcurrants that go in someone will see a dead mouse/rat or bird in one and shout over to the rest of us. In it would all go and we'd all laugh. Smithkline themselves obviously never knew and I suppose the liquified bits of a dead mouse doesn't really show up in 1000 gallons of purple stuff anyway.

Then of course there are the insects...

If you think this stuff gets washed, or even checked first you're wrong. It comes straight from the fields outside on forklift trucks and dumped down for the casual workers (mainly students) to empty into the mixers.

And I suspect a similar process is used for Robinson's and other manufacturers of fruit drinks/squashes, etc.

Utter bull. I don't believe a word of it.

What next, dead dogs in Heinz soups?

You'll be telling us meatballs are made of monkey brains as well

But wait, hang on. This could be true....

When I was strawberry picking last year, unwittingly, I somehow picked up a dead rat and put it in my strawberry punnet. Easily done. NOT!!

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jlrm365

*bottles


Noted, silly mistake to make. Title amended.

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Jumpingphil

What about Ribena's ?



Curse my dyslexia, this has been amended too.

good price!

bellabellaboo

You should be able to get just the difference back from tesco if you dont … You should be able to get just the difference back from tesco if you dont have an asda locally



How does that work exactly and do you know what their definition of locally is

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gogboy

How does that work exactly and do you know what their definition of … How does that work exactly and do you know what their definition of locally is



To my knowledge you simply inform Tesco customer services after you've gone through the check out that Asda is selling the item cheaper. They may ask you for proof which is easy because it's online as well as in-store, after that they should give you the money back.

Still, not sure if it's worth the hassle for 50p or so.

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xenophon

Okay you disagree, and you work or have relatives working for Smithkline … Okay you disagree, and you work or have relatives working for Smithkline no doubt, but not sure why the abusive final sentence but it would apply more to you if you think they actually do it purposely or knowingly allow it.This isn't some 'retarded urban myths perpetuated by stupid bored teenagers' this was done by stupid bored teenagers. The people that run the large mixers are students themselves and out of 1000 trays of blackcurrants that go in someone will see a dead mouse/rat or bird in one and shout over to the rest of us. In it would all go and we'd all laugh. Smithkline themselves obviously never knew and I suppose the liquified bits of a dead mouse doesn't really show up in 1000 gallons of purple stuff anyway. Then of course there are the insects...If you think this stuff gets washed, or even checked first you're wrong. It comes straight from the fields outside on forklift trucks and dumped down for the casual workers (mainly students) to empty into the mixers.And I suspect a similar process is used for Robinson's and other manufacturers of fruit drinks/squashes, etc.



Hope you can afford a good lawyer when they track you down.

Can't see it mentioned anywhere else in this thread - Morrisons are matching this at £1 per litre bottle

Morrisons are doing the same. Come on Sainsburys.... yesterday they were charging £4 for a large bottle with a bargain tag on it?!?!

chippytea

Can't see it mentioned anywhere else in this thread - Morrisons are … Can't see it mentioned anywhere else in this thread - Morrisons are matching this at £1 per litre bottle



have a look at the first page

Hope you can afford a good lawyer when they track you down.



What for telling the truth. If they ever tried to take me to court then they are welcome. Dozens of people would surely come forward as witnesses if it got public. I never actually did it myself but certainly saw it happen several times over a 2 month period.

LMAO at people on here feeling sorry for a massive multi-national corporation. They obviously don't give a rat's ass about you. The trays never got washed properly just sent back out again and most of them were made of wood and were rotten from years of use. Parts of them would also fall into the mixer by accident as you emptied them. Even with all the money they make they were too greedy to even buy new ones.

Jackanory.
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