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33% off Birds Eye southern fried chicken £1 at Tesco
33% off Birds Eye southern fried chicken £1 at Tesco

33% off Birds Eye southern fried chicken £1 at Tesco

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Great deal on at Tesco at the moment

Birds Eye Southern fried chicken - two pieces, boneless - only £1.00 (£1.50 elsewhere

This is 100% chicken breast, of premium quality.

Coating is specially made me delusive for Birds Eye customers, a secret recipe..

I tried this yesterday - deep fried in palm oil, and it tasted amazing, better than take aways..

This works out at 50p per corner, cheaper than many take aways, and larger portions.

Tastes great with lard-fried chips

ChipShop owners may even consider buying this in bulk - the markup would be significant (normal selling price is around £3-4 for SFC).

Kind regards

I'll get my coat..

5 Comments

a quid at morrissons too, usual price i though?

"great deal"?

more like normal price. yes, these are sometimes more expensive (same with all the chickenses like this), but at that price, just dont buy them. go to the supermarket over the road, where they will be "on offer" for a quid

i wish places would just start charging a normal price for stuff. i dont want BOGO offers, i dont want to wait for that wine to come back down to £6 because legally they have to advertise it somewhere at its "full price" for at least 2 weeks before putting it back on "special offer" again for a bit to make it look like more of a bargain.

and i'm certainly never paying more than a quid for two of these mechanically separated chicken bits stuffed into a mold and covered in breadcrumbs either.

COLD.

*edit*
ive just re-read the OP. i cant tell whether or not youre taking the Pi$$?

Edited by: "wanye" 20th Sep 2016

Original Poster

wanye

"great deal"?more like normal price. yes, these are sometimes more … "great deal"?more like normal price. yes, these are sometimes more expensive (same with all the chickenses like this), but at that price, just dont buy them. go to the supermarket over the road, where they will be "on offer" for a quidi wish places would just start charging a normal price for stuff. i dont want BOGO offers, i dont want to wait for that wine to come back down to £6 because legally they have to advertise it somewhere at its "full price" for at least 2 weeks before putting it back on "special offer" again for a bit to make it look like more of a bargain.and i'm certainly never paying more than a quid for two of these mechanically separated chicken bits stuffed into a mold and covered in breadcrumbs either.COLD.*edit*ive just re-read the OP. i cant tell whether or not youre taking the Pi$$?



No bruv, not taking da **** ..

2 packs are 84p at Iceland
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