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48 Cans of Craft Beer for £48 delivered New Customers only no subscription required @ Flavourly
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48 Cans of Craft Beer for £48 delivered New Customers only no subscription required @ Flavourly

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Posted 12th Feb

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3405200.jpgNew customer offer 48 craft beers for £48 delivered no subscription required


In this offer, you’ll receive one of our expertly-curated craft beer boxes - featuring 48 cans of our Crowdsourced Collaborations for an incredible £1 per can.

Includes FREE delivery worth £5.95!

code is AFMSEFEB20 if it’s not added automatically

Introductory offer – one per household, new customers only. This is NOT a subscription. Includes FREE delivery (worth £5.95). Exact contents of box are subject to change due to stock availability. Beers may be replaced with an alternative. Offer only available while stocks last. Please note: beers in image used for illustrative purposes only; you will receive an assorted selection of beers from our range.

The offer is for new Flavourly customers only and will end once all 3,000 boxes have been claimed.

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£1 a can count me in heat added
I also noticed this on the Martin Lewis email, puzzled why it's not got more heat?
May be people are getting confused and not voting Hot as they don't like hot beer
Putting 'craft' beer in a can? Ugh!
I got this to work as an existing customer
Jonnyblock12/02/2020 08:44

I got this to work as an existing customer


You may find they cancel it I'm afraid or you might get lucky and it slip through
Edited by: "myusernamehasgone234" 12th Feb
stbk12/02/2020 08:35

I also noticed this on the Martin Lewis email, puzzled why it's not got …I also noticed this on the Martin Lewis email, puzzled why it's not got more heat? May be people are getting confused and not voting Hot as they don't like hot beer


Possibly because it limited to new customers, or as you said maybe people don't like craft beer.
Not great beer, price isn’t that great for 330ml either.
Lol, horrible bear for horrible price
Dan_Monkfield12/02/2020 10:04

Not great beer, price isn’t that great for 330ml either.



Andrey_Peresada12/02/2020 10:11

Lol, horrible bear for horrible price


I best just stick to trainer deals in future, but if this was going out on the MSE newsletters I would thought it would be a reasonable deal.

Where are you guys getting better beer at a better price as that would be helpful for others who are on the look out for this type of deal.
Jonnyblock12/02/2020 10:13

Gotta better deal?


I agree it would be helpful to know where to look for a better a deal.
myusernamehasgone23412/02/2020 10:26

I agree it would be helpful to know where to look for a better a deal.


Jonnyblock12/02/2020 10:13

Gotta better deal?


330ml = 1.51 per 500ml(standard size for most ales) most supermarkets do a 4 for £6 deal these days coming out at 1.50 per 500ml. Where can you get a better deal? Pretty much anywhere and you’ll get more choice.
Dan_Monkfield12/02/2020 10:35

330ml = 1.51 per 500ml(standard size for most ales) most supermarkets do a …330ml = 1.51 per 500ml(standard size for most ales) most supermarkets do a 4 for £6 deal these days coming out at 1.50 per 500ml. Where can you get a better deal? Pretty much anywhere and you’ll get more choice.


Cheers thanks for that. As I said i’ll stick to what I know in future and just post trainers
is it short dated?
Surely, if you're a 'craft' beer fan (I'm not), you know what is what and you wouldn't bet £48 on a lucky dip?
myusernamehasgone23412/02/2020 10:41

Cheers thanks for that. As I said i’ll stick to what I know in future and j …Cheers thanks for that. As I said i’ll stick to what I know in future and just post trainers


Always worth posting deals, I probably need to spend less time knowing about these things
I saw this on the moneysavingexpert website, and was quite confused as it is really not a good deal. You are paying £1 for a can, and the cans are only 330ml.

One of two things would have to change for this to be a good deal - either the price is £30 or less for the 48 330ml cans, or the cans are 500ml. But even then, at £1 for each 500ml can the deal would not feel that hot.

I think the reason why this has been posted on here is because MSE mentioned it, and I can understand that
But what I can't understand is why MSE published it as a deal in the first place. MSE have had some great deals before, but this is not one of them, a hiccup perhaps?
BigPro12/02/2020 17:23

I saw this on the moneysavingexpert website, and was quite confused as it …I saw this on the moneysavingexpert website, and was quite confused as it is really not a good deal. You are paying £1 for a can, and the cans are only 330ml.One of two things would have to change for this to be a good deal - either the price is £30 or less for the 48 330ml cans, or the cans are 500ml. But even then, at £1 for each 500ml can the deal would not feel that hot.I think the reason why this has been posted on here is because MSE mentioned it, and I can understand thatBut what I can't understand is why MSE published it as a deal in the first place. MSE have had some great deals before, but this is not one of them, a hiccup perhaps?


Yeah I put in the description it was from the MSE newsletter.

They usually have some excellent deals.

£1 a can delivered didn’t seem bad to me but clearly I don’t know enough about it as the supermarkets appear to have better deals.
Dan_Monkfield12/02/2020 10:35

330ml = 1.51 per 500ml(standard size for most ales) most supermarkets do a …330ml = 1.51 per 500ml(standard size for most ales) most supermarkets do a 4 for £6 deal these days coming out at 1.50 per 500ml. Where can you get a better deal? Pretty much anywhere and you’ll get more choice.


Lol that is for lager or generic ales like speckled hen or hobgoblin.

Their craft ales are more expensive. I've never seen a £1 can of craft ale in a supermarket.
Edited by: "Jonnyblock" 12th Feb
Jonnyblock12/02/2020 18:45

Lol that is for lager or generic ales like speckled hen or hobgoblin. …Lol that is for lager or generic ales like speckled hen or hobgoblin. Their craft ales are more expensive. I've never seen a £1 can of craft ale in a supermarket.

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Flavourly, Flavourless. Their collab beers are rubbish on the whole. There’s a reason they’re only £1 a can. If you like them, good deal. Don’t buy a massive case if you haven’t tried them.
JimbobAstin12/02/2020 21:05

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OK, in the Southern half of the country.

Edit - also not delivered to me free of charge.
Edited by: "Jonnyblock" 12th Feb
Some miserable people on here. Aldi and Lidl craft beer is more than this price per can. It is a good price to try different beers, not for eveyone as it seems.
Edited by: "jetsetjim" 13th Feb
jetsetjim12/02/2020 23:51

Some misarable people on here. Aldi and Lidl craft beer is more than this …Some misarable people on here. Aldi and Lidl craft beer is more than this price. It is a good price to try different beers, not for eveyone.


I was just in my local Lidl and their crappy 'craft beer' cans are cheaper at 99p each.

This deal would be good if you knew what you were getting. But you'd probably end up with their flavourless colab beers. Ugh.
jetsetjim12/02/2020 23:51

Some misarable people on here. Aldi and Lidl craft beer is more than this …Some misarable people on here. Aldi and Lidl craft beer is more than this price. It is a good price to try different beers, not for eveyone.


Agreed jetsetjim!

Anyone who believes that they can regualrly get 330ml cans of Craft Ale (standard size) for less that a quid a can is deluding themselves.

£48 for 48 cans of mainly independently brewed British Craft Ales including delivery. How is this not a good deal!?

Tesco's best deal on Brewdog is £9 for eight 330ml cans = £1.125 per can.
It seems some people did think this was a good deal:

Hi,

I hope you are well.

I am delighted to see that you have taken us up on our most recent MoneySavingExpert offer! These 48-packs are still quite a new concept for us, and we are over the moon with how popular it has been.

Due to the popularity of the offer and the unexpectedly high volume of orders coming in, however, I am sorry to say that there will be a slight delay in getting your beers out to you. Our warehouse team are packing your beers as quickly as possible and we're aiming to get them all dispatched you as soon as we can.

While many cases have been dispatched already, some will be delayed until next week. We aim to have all cases en route by no later than Wednesday 19th.

When your beers are dispatched, you will receive a tracking link so you can keep an eye on your beer’s progress to your fridge!

Again, please accept our sincerest apologies for the delay; the reception this offer has received has caught us a little off guard!

If there is anything at all we can help with, please contact support@flavourly.com and one of our agents will get back to you as quickly as possible.

Thank you for supporting Flavourly, we really appreciate it - and welcome to the family!

Cheers,
Team Flavourly
Albertschip14/02/2020 09:29

It seems some people did think this was a good deal:Hi, I hope you are …It seems some people did think this was a good deal:Hi, I hope you are well.I am delighted to see that you have taken us up on our most recent MoneySavingExpert offer! These 48-packs are still quite a new concept for us, and we are over the moon with how popular it has been.Due to the popularity of the offer and the unexpectedly high volume of orders coming in, however, I am sorry to say that there will be a slight delay in getting your beers out to you. Our warehouse team are packing your beers as quickly as possible and we're aiming to get them all dispatched you as soon as we can.While many cases have been dispatched already, some will be delayed until next week. We aim to have all cases en route by no later than Wednesday 19th.When your beers are dispatched, you will receive a tracking link so you can keep an eye on your beer’s progress to your fridge!Again, please accept our sincerest apologies for the delay; the reception this offer has received has caught us a little off guard!If there is anything at all we can help with, please contact support@flavourly.com and one of our agents will get back to you as quickly as possible.Thank you for supporting Flavourly, we really appreciate it - and welcome to the family!Cheers,Team Flavourly


They’re in for a surprise then I’ve tried all of these beers, I’d be comfortable paying 30p a can for about 25% of them. And comfortable putting the rest down the sink.
The last ones had grit in the beer, not sediment but actual grit
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