480 Yorkshire Teabags £7 were £10.97 @ Morrisons also Hard Water and Normal Versions £6.84 via Amazon
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480 Yorkshire Teabags £7 were £10.97 @ Morrisons also Hard Water and Normal Versions £6.84 via Amazon

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Found 28th Jul 2017
Great price for the full strength teabags. Also on Amazon atm the hard water and normal versions can be bought for £6.84 if ordered through Subscribe & Save. Confusing on the website as Amazon say can only be ordered as an add-on item with offers >£20 but says mine are on their way!

Love Yorkshire Tea. A single bag more than enough for two generous mugs and it's good there are offers around for both types.
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Does the hard water one contain limescaler?
Cold vote, sorry.

I saw this in my local today, and it was reduced from £7.99 to £7. Not exactly worth buying unless you buy them all the time.
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SamBalmforth

Cold vote, sorry.I saw this in my local today, and it was reduced from … Cold vote, sorry.I saw this in my local today, and it was reduced from £7.99 to £7. Not exactly worth buying unless you buy them all the time.


They are usually £10.97 in my local Morrisons and the saving of just under £4, or 36%, seems pretty good to me.:)
Edited by: "HantsShopper" 28th Jul 2017
SamBalmforth

Cold vote, sorry.I saw this in my local today, and it was reduced from … Cold vote, sorry.I saw this in my local today, and it was reduced from £7.99 to £7. Not exactly worth buying unless you buy them all the time.


It's the cheapest price currently so I would argue it is worth buying, voted hot.
The normal one is also available for £6.84 through Amazon: amazon.co.uk/gp/…480
(Have some heat..for your brew! 😃)
Bought these the last time they were on offer. Horrible tea. How they win awards I have no idea.
markymark34

Bought these the last time they were on offer. Horrible tea. How they win … Bought these the last time they were on offer. Horrible tea. How they win awards I have no idea.



They came 4th out of 4 on TV the other night:

channel4.com/pro…ist
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ScoobyZ

They came 4th out of 4 on TV the other … They came 4th out of 4 on TV the other night:http://www.channel4.com/programmes/tried-and-tasted-the-ultimate-shopping-list


What's the point of a comparison when the winner cost twenty times that of the competitors. I also find it difficult to take a website seriously that is incapable of knowing when it is correct to use an apostrophe and makes the mistake we see so often these days of using it in a plural.
HantsShopper

What's the point of a comparison when the winner cost twenty times that … What's the point of a comparison when the winner cost twenty times that of the competitors. I also find it difficult to take a website seriously that is incapable of knowing when it is correct to use an apostrophe and makes the mistake we see so often these days of using it in a plural.



But second place (Sainsburys Red Label) cost 1p a tea bag! Less than Yorkshire.

I can't really comment on second point as I have not put that much thought into it. I normally buy on price and reviews and not punctuation.
Edited by: "ScoobyZ" 28th Jul 2017
Yorkshire Tea used to be good, but in the past couple of years it has become very weak and tasteless. I think you have to buy "Yorkshire Gold" if you want the old version. Same with PG tips and Typhoo, but Yorkshire is the worst of the bunch IMO. Tetley is the only one of the big brands that still has flavour from my experience.
Edited by: "thabiz" 28th Jul 2017
Costco currently selling the 480 bag for £6.49
A2EEM18 m ago

Costco currently selling the 480 bag for £6.49

​Sorry, but don't you need to pay for membership to shop there?
Tetley has got to be the weakest tea along with Typhoo its yorkshire gold or PG for me out of the most common brands.
Edited by: "waterloo" 29th Jul 2017
ScoobyZ9 h, 15 m ago

They came 4th out of 4 on TV the other …They came 4th out of 4 on TV the other night:http://www.channel4.com/programmes/tried-and-tasted-the-ultimate-shopping-list


Must be true if it says so on the tv
Yorkshire Gold is rarely on offer these day sadly
dealomatic29th Jul

​Sorry, but don't you need to pay for membership to shop there?

Yes you do
tutututsi29th Jul

Costco are selling them for …Costco are selling them for £7.99http://www.costco.co.uk/view/p/yorkshire-tea-tea-bags-480-pack-110192

That's the online price. Instore it's £6.49 as they are currently on special offer.
Bought today in store. Great deal at £ per kg! X
Grrr missed this. Must set up an alert!

Also noticed that Asda had boxes of 240 for £4. Not as good as this deal but not bad.
Edited by: "welshblob" 9th Aug 2017
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