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Iceland Frozen Vegetables £1 - £1.50 each or 5 for £4 @ Iceland
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Iceland Frozen Vegetables £1 - £1.50 each or 5 for £4 @ Iceland

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Posted 22nd Dec 2019

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Iceland Frozen Vegetables £1 - £1.50 each or 5 for £4 @ Iceland

iceland.co.uk/off…veg

Great offers on Frozen Veg at Iceland - own brand bags normally £1 - £1.50 each are now now 5 for £4


We nearly always buy our frozen veg from iceland - excellent quality & normally cheaper than most other supermarkets as well


The 5 for £4 offer includes; sweetcorn, corn on the cob, peas, petit pois, green beans , mixed peppers & many more - you can mix & match withing the offer too - all can be found on the get deal link
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9 Comments
Why would you want this when everyone including m&s are doing xmas veg from 15p a pack
Not voted either way, but I'm sure this has been posted
Jellybeans22/12/2019 23:15

Why would you want this when everyone including m&s are doing xmas veg …Why would you want this when everyone including m&s are doing xmas veg from 15p a pack


Totally agree, nothing worse than mushy vegetables! Fresh is best!
Likesadeal2022/12/2019 23:45

Totally agree, nothing worse than mushy vegetables! Fresh is best!


Some people can not shop every day, or week, so have to buy when they can shop, Iceland was doing this deal at the same time as they did the £10 off of a £40 shop

So lots bought these frozen veg then

If you would like to live a few days with the pain and lack of mobility that I have, please swop with me

You will soon see, the disability rules you, not you it

Thus having to shop in one day, then be messed up for a week after
Jellybeans22/12/2019 23:15

Why would you want this when everyone including m&s are doing xmas veg …Why would you want this when everyone including m&s are doing xmas veg from 15p a pack


Peas, sweet corn, sliced beans all 15p also???
Gollywood23/12/2019 01:14

Peas, sweet corn, sliced beans all 15p also???


No, but lets pretend no one sells peas, sweetcorn, sliced beans for less elsewhere. Like have you ever heard of a market or tinned food.
psmith195823/12/2019 00:05

Some people can not shop every day, or week, so have to buy when they can …Some people can not shop every day, or week, so have to buy when they can shop, Iceland was doing this deal at the same time as they did the £10 off of a £40 shopSo lots bought these frozen veg thenIf you would like to live a few days with the pain and lack of mobility that I have, please swop with meYou will soon see, the disability rules you, not you itThus having to shop in one day, then be messed up for a week after


Do you not have free delivery in your area?

If you have mobility problems I wouldn't do massive shops in one go. It would be advisable to split your shop into smaller shops.

Food is perishable. But fresh veg can last a week if stored correctly. Tinned food can last longer and does not rely on freezers in power cuts.
'fresh' veg is NOT as fresh or has the goodness (vits etc.) as frozen, unless you pick from your own garden. I had some delivered a few days back, carrots a few black, the cabbage was covered in a mould like substance, the cauliflower went in the bin. Fresh my foot!

Give me frozen any day, usually frozen within a few hours of being picked so well fresher than the stuff in the supermarkets. No waste whatsoever & SO much easier to cook.

Kelsbells if your frozen veg is mushy, then you're cooking it wrongly or for far too long. Have you never heard of steaming?

That's a great deal. I'll go there before new year as freezer is full to bursting point at moment.
Edited by: "bargain4me" 23rd Dec 2019
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