2KG Bag of Ice cubes 49p Instore @ Aldi Shirley, Solihull
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2KG Bag of Ice cubes 49p Instore @ Aldi Shirley, Solihull

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Found 13th Sep 2013
So, is it just me that's too lazy to make ice cubes? Probably! 2KG bag of Ice Cubes. Branded Gianni's... says "made from the purest water"...So not spring water cubes I don't think! Bargain, cos this price beats the off licences & supermarkets by a mile. Instore at Shirley, Solihull Aldi, but I think will be nationwide... worth checking anyway!

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This is a good deal if you are idle like the above
person. (No offence really, honest.) If the ice
cubes are made from the purest water then it
must be from the tap as that is proved to be the
purest.
Hot and thanks for the post.

cheers

Oh gluke...jog on will you! Instead of your bloody pedanstism followed by a back-handed compliment, just vote on the OPs deal rather than attempt to comment on the marketing used by the producing company....honestly! Oh, and i'm sure everybody is greatful for all your comments and votes, how about you POST AT LEAST ONE SODDING DEAL (_;)

This is a good deal end of as tesco et al charge £1 for the same type of product...Ice that you make from your freezer tends to dissolve in no time just watering down your drinks, this stuff seems to last a lot longer!! in fact i've just been 'lazy' and used them with my lovely Tanquary

Shirley not?

Great price. Gave up making my own ice a couple of years back and never looked back. Hot

ice cubes? cold.

At the risk of being another pedant, isn't it 'pedantism' and 'Tanqueray'.......

[quote=COJones]Oh gluke...jog on will you! Instead of your bloody pedanstism followed by a back-handed compliment, just vote on the OPs deal rather than attempt to comment on the marketing used by the producing company....honestly!

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2009/01/27/article-1128383-0331A10F000005DC-743_468x286.jpg

Good price .. but I prefer fresh ice, not that frozen stuff .... :-)

Hungry hippo

At the risk of being another pedant, isn't it 'pedantism' and … At the risk of being another pedant, isn't it 'pedantism' and 'Tanqueray'....... [quote=COJones]Oh gluke...jog on will you! Instead of your bloody pedanstism followed by a back-handed compliment, just vote on the OPs deal rather than attempt to comment on the marketing used by the producing company....honestly!



Ha ha...yes, I suppose it is...unless you demand quality control protocols to be applied to your typing when you're just rattling-out a rebuff to someone hassling an actual contibutor to the site

Gosh, almost 6 years HH and you've managed to only comment and vote a lot, you have outdone gluke in that respect (_;)

dtc333

Good price .. but I prefer fresh ice, not that frozen stuff .... :-)

whats fresh ice lol

This ice tastes amazing it just melts in your mouth I'm like the op as making your own ice takes too long and it never tastes as nice as shop bought. Good deal hot !

daveo78

Shirley not?



I'm afraid so. And don't call me shirley.

was planning an elaborate joke, but realised it would cost upwards of £20 to fill a bath tub with ice cubes

Plastic trays that chocolates come in (the boxed variety, milk tray,black majic etc.) are ideal to make your own, freeze in no time at all....

Heat added though, as someone has said, this is half the normal price elsewhere.

Very cold (_;) ... but HOT

I've always thought buying ice was a stupid idea when you can make your own for no cost, however when in Spain recently we bought a bag of ice since we couldn't make our own, and have done back home ever since - it was just so much easier - no messing around with trays that drip, having to pop the cubes out, and then always running out of the stuff! And as someone else said, I don't know how because it's illogical, but it does seem to stay frozen for longer!

daveconway3726

whats fresh ice lol



Water

Banned

HOT. Should help to keep the wife above temperature.

these have been discontinued for some reason(my manager is as confused as me) hence the cheap price.

I'm guessing this won't really apply to you a few on here but, when you have a few friends coming round, it really is a pain filling and emptying an ice cube tray time after time to get enough ice to last the evening. It'd take a few days to make 4kg of ice using a couple of ice cube trays.

We have an ice maker built into the freezer but it doesn't produce ice fast enough to supply 20 people with ice all night. So we have a couple of bags of ice in the freezer to fill the ice dispenser up.

Heat added.

Banned

davek

I'm guessing this won't really apply to you a few on here but, when you … I'm guessing this won't really apply to you a few on here but, when you have a few friends coming round, it really is a pain filling and emptying an ice cube tray time after time to get enough ice to last the evening. It'd take a few days to make 4kg of ice using a couple of ice cube trays.We have an ice maker built into the freezer but it doesn't produce ice fast enough to supply 20 people with ice all night. So we have a couple of bags of ice in the freezer to fill the ice dispenser up.Heat added.



First world problems, eh?

andycroft1982

own ice never tastes as nice as shop bought.



are you serious?

davek

I'm guessing this won't really apply to you a few on here but, when you … I'm guessing this won't really apply to you a few on here but, when you have a few friends coming round, it really is a pain filling and emptying an ice cube tray time after time to get enough ice to last the evening. It'd take a few days to make 4kg of ice using a couple of ice cube trays.We have an ice maker built into the freezer but it doesn't produce ice fast enough to supply 20 people with ice all night. So we have a couple of bags of ice in the freezer to fill the ice dispenser up.Heat added.



I can't imagine how anyone could be any different unless they have a deep freeze with a mountain of ice-cube trays. I'm in the same boat if I have a barbecue and have 30-40 people round. We tend to fill a plastic bin with ice and put bottles of beer win and champagne in there before people arrive, which alleviates the issue a little.

Banned

ronin1

are you serious?



Nice wind up - someone always falls for it.

I used to think that shop bought ice was a waste of money too, but I used to make ice cubes from tap water, filtered through a Brita jug, but I'd notice little particles in the also, Brita filtered water after the ice had melted. Have now switched over to shop bought ice.
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