24 Cans of Barrs IRN BRU -  £5.00 at Lidl
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24 Cans of Barrs IRN BRU - £5.00 at Lidl

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Found 2nd Apr 2012Made hot 2nd Apr 2012
The deals back on at Lidl's and it's the best I can find just now. They were previously doing 2 x 12 packs for a fiver but that one stopped. They're now doing 4 x 6 packs for a fiver. Plenty in my local LIDL this morning.

Cheers.

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Thats around 20p per can I think. Will get some tomorrow, thanks.

Not as good as the Amazon deal a few months back (24 for £4) but still good, heat added

not in my local

got this a while ago

Cans are 19p each in Home Bargains so £4.56 for 24.

expect this to get cold as soon as it hits the front lllllllllllllolllllllllllllll...

none in store cold

azza87

Cans are 19p each in Home Bargains so £4.56 for 24.


Don't buy the fiery irn bru, I was nearly sick.
Edited by: "collectorcol" 2nd Apr 2012

collectorcol

Don't buy the fiery irn bru, I was nearly sick.



It's not much different really. I quite like it.

just paid £2.50 for 8 in Tesco so great deal!!

can anyone confirm this is genuine? last time this was posted not one person was able to find it and Lidl claimed that they dont stock Irn Bru cans

I asked in Lidl about this and it IS NOT genuine... they said they dont stock irn bru, so duno why this has gone hot??

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AdamDT

I asked in Lidl about this and it IS NOT genuine... they said they dont … I asked in Lidl about this and it IS NOT genuine... they said they dont stock irn bru, so duno why this has gone hot??



Really? Funny that as I've been buying Irn Bru in LIDL for years when it hits this price. As have others from recollection of previous LIDL Irn Bru Deals.

The one concession I may make, in hindsight, is that the offer may be regional. As I said, plenty in my local (Kirkcaldy), and I even copied the photo for the deal from the weekly offer sheet that they send out........

Apologies if it is Regional, I didn't realise. But to say it's not genuine and that LIDL don't sell Irn Bru is well wide of the mark.

Well it must be regional then cos it definately isnt in the north east area (obviously staff arent that knowledgable) plus i asked a mate in Peterborough and Bristol who shop there sometimes and they didnt see any so maybe only in Scotland that you can get it then?
Plus its not on their website, and thats where you will get the national deals, I went into a Lidl in Mallorca once and they had all sorts of local stuff including alcohol...

On a side note has anyone ever seen recently in there the espresso milk in a red bull sized can?? used to get it all the time for the journey to work but its gone totally now :-( was made by bellarom i think? espresso machiatto or summit?


Edited by: "AdamDT" 3rd Apr 2012

AdamDT

I asked in Lidl about this and it IS NOT genuine... they said they dont … I asked in Lidl about this and it IS NOT genuine... they said they dont stock irn bru, so duno why this has gone hot??



They do - unless I was hallucinating when I was in on Sunday and saw them, they've always sold Irn Bru.

The deal in the store I was at (nitshill) was 2 x 9 packs for £5 with 3 extra free in each pack - so effectively 24 cans for £5.

moob

They do - unless I was hallucinating when I was in on Sunday and saw … They do - unless I was hallucinating when I was in on Sunday and saw them, they've always sold Irn Bru.The deal in the store I was at (nitshill) was 2 x 9 packs for £5 with 3 extra free in each pack - so effectively 24 cans for £5.



Again...proving the point...its Scotland only! you been eatin to many deep fried pizzas theyve gone to your brain! ;-)

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Oh well the, maybe it's a Scotland only deal.

I blame the Tory Government.............

AdamDT

Again...proving the point...its Scotland only! you been eatin to many … Again...proving the point...its Scotland only! you been eatin to many deep fried pizzas theyve gone to your brain! ;-)



That would be funny if it made any sense.

Saw this deal in lids fort William yesterday - so it's genuine!

Regional, almost definitely only available in Scotland. I work for Lidl in the North East of England and we used to fall under a Scottish regional office, used to get Irn Bru in cans (only get 2L bottles these days), along with scotch pies and haggis, they all disappeared when our Newton Aycliffe RDC opened.
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