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2 Litres of Semi-Skimmed/ Whole [email protected] £1
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same price in farmfoods

been this price for a long time

Its not a deal its this price all the time..:roll:

Cold milk for me....

iceland.co.uk/pag…ood

4 Pint Milk - Choose from Skimmed/Semi-Skimmed or Whole Milk Only £1

APPLE-SAM;6707223

Cold milk for … Cold milk for me....http://www.iceland.co.uk/page/view/our_food_chilled_food4 Pint Milk - Choose from Skimmed/Semi-Skimmed or Whole Milk Only £1



would suggest cool rather than cold.
Iceland is the better deal on paper cos 4pints = 2.27litres-ish @ £1.
Seen the Iceland deal for the last couple of months.
hotukdeals.com/ite…and
hotukdeals.com/ite…ela
Milk generally seems to be v cheap at the moment:
3 litres / 6.3 pints for 60p !
hotukdeals.com/ite…k-f

flip, the last link you posted is expired anyway.

The reason for milk being relatively cheap nowadays, is because most supermarkets are opting for locally sourced milk, and all supermarkets source according to county (mostly)... therefore the deals and contracts that the suppliers and buyers get into, mean they can sustain a longer deal, therefore reducing the price for bulk purchase. E.g. Morrisons in Newcastle, Sunderland, Northumberland, etc all have North East sourced milk.

I would gether that poundlands milk would always be a £1 given the name of the shop ^_^

if you have a look, a lot of little 'cornershops' also do the same sort of deal, 4 pints for a £1.

Neither hot or cold as all our local shops are 99p for 2 litres
A Spar near me is 59p for 2 litres

Aldi 4 pints 99p more cost effective

My Aldi is 89p for 4 pints, they dont have much stock of full fat tho!

[QUOTE=LightningPete;6750645]flip,

>The reason for milk being relatively cheap nowadays, is because most supermarkets are opting for locally sourced milk, and all supermarkets source according to county (mostly)...

Not true - i work for the above dairy , and the milk supplied to Poundland comes from the same dairy at Droitwich or Manchester whether the store is in Essex , sussex , London or Surrey and given that the milk supplied to those Dairys may also come some distance means milk may have travelled 300 miles from the farm to the shop you buy it :oops:

Cool deal.
Sainsburys and Iceland do 4 pints for £1

Not a new deal as been that price for a while. It's been a while since the last post so this is a reminder post I guess!

LightningPete;6750645

flip, the last link you posted is expired anyway.The reason for milk … flip, the last link you posted is expired anyway.The reason for milk being relatively cheap nowadays, is because most supermarkets are opting for locally sourced milk, and all supermarkets source according to county (mostly)... therefore the deals and contracts that the suppliers and buyers get into, mean they can sustain a longer deal, therefore reducing the price for bulk purchase. E.g. Morrisons in Newcastle, Sunderland, Northumberland, etc all have North East sourced milk.I would gether that poundlands milk would always be a £1 given the name of the shop ^_^if you have a look, a lot of little 'cornershops' also do the same sort of deal, 4 pints for a £1.



No they dont! Corner shops sell 2 litres for a quid!

Not new but a useful tip for those that don't know about it, especially now the supermarket price war on milk is fading. Hot deal!

voted cold.

99p for more (4 pints) at Lidl and includes the red tractor which ensures proper hygeine and animal standards are maintained.

£1 for 4 pints at Iceland

99p for 4 pints at Aldi.

Definitely a cold deal when all this is taken into account.

The only people this is hot to are those which don't have any of the above stores close at hand.

sotomonkey;6754799

voted cold.99p for more (4 pints) at Lidl and includes the red tractor … voted cold.99p for more (4 pints) at Lidl and includes the red tractor which ensures proper hygeine and animal standards are maintained.£1 for 4 pints at Iceland99p for 4 pints at Aldi.Definitely a cold deal when all this is taken into account.The only people this is hot to are those which don't have any of the above stores close at hand.



99p for 4 pints at Aldi...must check that one out

Sure. Could you check whether the Aldi one has the red tractor on it?

The iceland ones don't appear to and I don't think wiseman (poundland) have them either.

redtractor.org.uk/sit…=GB

will do when i get down there...
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