20kg of fresh chicken breast for £69.96 @ bookers
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20kg of fresh chicken breast for £69.96 @ bookers

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Found 11th Jan 2016
Normally £19.99 for 5kg but buy 4 and get a tenner off,amazing deal
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Sorry normally £19.99 for 5kg
Offer on till 13th March
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singo696

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Someone failed to notice the correction that another someone made.
singo696

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​Easy relax,far too many HUKD police on here.


Anyone show me a better deal ?
singo696

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​Easy relax,far too many HUKD police on here.


Anyone show me a better deal ?
blue1971

​Easy relax,far too many HUKD police on here.Anyone show me a better deal … ​Easy relax,far too many HUKD police on here.Anyone show me a better deal ?



hotukdeals.com/dea…533

Far better.
I just bought a 5kg pack at Costco for £14.78 which is the normal price and still less than Bookers/Macro only to find an additional £2 off at the till.
Bookers is not cheap by any standards, neither is Macro, perhaps that's why they joined forces in an attempt to avoid going out of business. Most items can be bought off the supermarket shelves for less than these so called wholesalers charge.
CoolElectronics

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/linx-8-32gb-windows-8-1-tablet-40-with-code-sainsbury-s-online-2371533Far better.


Lol
059

I just bought a 5kg pack at Costco for £14.78 which is the normal price … I just bought a 5kg pack at Costco for £14.78 which is the normal price and still less than Bookers/Macro only to find an additional £2 off at the till.Bookers is not cheap by any standards, neither is Macro, perhaps that's why they joined forces in an attempt to avoid going out of business. Most items can be bought off the supermarket shelves for less than these so called wholesalers charge.


Their website says it's £34.99 and I've never seen it at £14.78 in store. Are you sure it the 5KG pack?
good deal aldi is like £5.70 a kg
do you need a membership to shop here?
derbree

good deal aldi is like £5.70 a kgdo you need a membership to shop here?


Yes. You need a Trade Card.
jdbigguy

Their website says it's £34.99 and I've never seen it at £14.78 in store. … Their website says it's £34.99 and I've never seen it at £14.78 in store. Are you sure it the 5KG pack?



​No their not,its not that price at Costco I use it regularly
derbree

good deal aldi is like £5.70 a kgdo you need a membership to shop here?



​Yeh you do,just seeing if I could help someone out at about £3.49kg ,amazing deal but the usual nuggets voting cold for no reason.
Feel sorry for all the breast less chickens out there
blue1971

​Yeh you do,just seeing if I could help someone out at about £3.49kg ,a … ​Yeh you do,just seeing if I could help someone out at about £3.49kg ,amazing deal but the usual nuggets voting cold for no reason.



​can anyone get a membership?
059

I just bought a 5kg pack at Costco for £14.78 which is the normal price … I just bought a 5kg pack at Costco for £14.78 which is the normal price and still less than Bookers/Macro only to find an additional £2 off at the till.Bookers is not cheap by any standards, neither is Macro, perhaps that's why they joined forces in an attempt to avoid going out of business. Most items can be bought off the supermarket shelves for less than these so called wholesalers charge.



​This is wrong,if anything Costco are one of the most expensive out there but they do tend to do better quality than most.


derbree

​can anyone get a membership?



​Sorry not sure I just use when stocking up for work,they don't seem as strict but I have been going for years.Worth giving them a ring or investigating online.
It's 5kilo for £19.99 and the offer is buy four packs of 5 kilo chicken they knock £10 off......
Non British too?
059

I just bought a 5kg pack at Costco for £14.78 which is the normal price … I just bought a 5kg pack at Costco for £14.78 which is the normal price and still less than Bookers/Macro only to find an additional £2 off at the till.Bookers is not cheap by any standards, neither is Macro, perhaps that's why they joined forces in an attempt to avoid going out of business. Most items can be bought off the supermarket shelves for less than these so called wholesalers charge.



Many things at Costco can also be bought cheaply at supermarket.
derbree

​can anyone get a membership?



Generally speaking, no. It's (supposed to be) trade only cash and carry and you have to show evidence that you are a bona fide trader. Chances are some branches will be more stringent than others when deciding membership criteria.

Unless you get volume discounts (against their shelf prices), they are often more expensive than supermarkets for many items such as alcohol, dry goods and vegetables. Meat prices are competitive, as are frozen goods, but you really need to keep an eye on the £/kg figure to decide if it's worth buying. Personally, we've found the quality of fresh meat to be variable and in some instances poor.

Their offers can be good, such as on soft drinks, but again you need to keep an eye on supermarket prices as once the VAT is added there often ends up little in it.

Well I've voted hot unlike some of the cretins on here. Musclefood is where I get mine and usually get 5kg free range for £19.99. This is a good deal and yours is better, hence the vote for hot. Good post.
mattinhull

It's 5kilo for £19.99 and the offer is buy four packs of 5 kilo chicken … It's 5kilo for £19.99 and the offer is buy four packs of 5 kilo chicken they knock £10 off......



​Yes,that's what it says in the description
blue1971

​Yeh you do,just seeing if I could help someone out at about £3.49kg ,a … ​Yeh you do,just seeing if I could help someone out at about £3.49kg ,amazing deal but the usual nuggets voting cold for no reason.



Would them nuggets be chicken by any chance?
I love breasts
brownt7

Well I've voted hot unlike some of the cretins on here. Musclefood is … Well I've voted hot unlike some of the cretins on here. Musclefood is where I get mine and usually get 5kg free range for £19.99. This is a good deal and yours is better, hence the vote for hot. Good post.



On the basis you'd rather have chicken of an indeterminate provenance, i.e. definitely not free range, to save a tenner from £80, I think we can work out who the cretin is.
That's at least 40 dead chickens, I wonder what happens to the rest of them?
Shaydog

That's at least 40 dead chickens, I wonder what happens to the rest of … That's at least 40 dead chickens, I wonder what happens to the rest of them?



​they get implants and go about thier business
Can't see many people having a need for 20kg of fresh chicken in one go and instead will free a lot of it. 3.82 for Smartprice chicken (let's face it this will be of similar quality) and combine with they new customer offer 20kg for 61 quid delivered.
Tapasman

On the basis you'd rather have chicken of an indeterminate provenance, … On the basis you'd rather have chicken of an indeterminate provenance, i.e. definitely not free range, to save a tenner from £80, I think we can work out who the cretin is.



Some people can't afford free range, cretin.
AnotherDave

Can't see many people having a need for 20kg of fresh chicken in one go … Can't see many people having a need for 20kg of fresh chicken in one go and instead will free a lot of it. 3.82 for Smartprice chicken (let's face it this will be of similar quality) and combine with they new customer offer 20kg for 61 quid delivered.


Asda's food is grim enough,without opting for the smart price range.
Shaydog

That's at least 40 dead chickens, I wonder what happens to the rest of … That's at least 40 dead chickens, I wonder what happens to the rest of them?




KFC ?
05911th Jan 2016

I just bought a 5kg pack at Costco for £14.78 which is the normal price …I just bought a 5kg pack at Costco for £14.78 which is the normal price and still less than Bookers/Macro only to find an additional £2 off at the till.Bookers is not cheap by any standards, neither is Macro, perhaps that's why they joined forces in an attempt to avoid going out of business. Most items can be bought off the supermarket shelves for less than these so called wholesalers charge.

Does the Costco one have added water and also are they fresh or frozen pleasant do you have to have a membership card to go into the store? I buy 5kg from Iceland they cost me £22
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