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50 % extra free PG tips Pyramid Tea Bags x240 696g £3 at Sainsburys
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50 % extra free PG tips Pyramid Tea Bags x240 696g £3 at Sainsburys

£3£4.5033%Sainsbury's Deals
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Posted 5th Oct
PG tips Black Tea Original pyramid teabags are cleverly designed to give the tea leaves more room to move releasing that great taste we all know and love

Whether it’s a morning wake up or a bedtime brew, the taste of PG tips is sure to hit the spot when you need it most!

To brew the perfect cuppa, use one bag per cup, add freshly boiled water and then let it brew to your favourite strength

This product contains 160 tea bags + 50% Free
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A good deal, heat and thanks - but I wonder if the sales pitch; and instructions on how to make a cup of tea are really necessary!
Aren't they always around this price for 240?
Jefft05/10/2019 16:53

Aren't they always around this price for 240?



Yes, when they are at their lowest promo price, £4 is average and around £5 normal selling price.
Good price.
Works out at 43p / 100 gms which is a good price.
kabs05/10/2019 19:37

Yes, when they are at their lowest promo price, £4 is average and around …Yes, when they are at their lowest promo price, £4 is average and around £5 normal selling price.


Having always used PG tips tea bags for more years than I can remember I have to admit I haven't bought any for a while as they have less tea in them now so producing a weaker cup of tea.
Get Sainsbury's red label. Tasty and cheap.
Does anyone know if these still contain plastic? Only news I found were Unilever pledging to go 100% biodegradable by 2019
£2.97 in Iceland
Aurelias06/10/2019 11:02

Does anyone know if these still contain plastic? Only news I found were U …Does anyone know if these still contain plastic? Only news I found were Unilever pledging to go 100% biodegradable by 2019


Unfortunately these contain more plastic than any other teabag, which leaches into the tea, according to a report I read recently - can't remember where, but I'm sure you'll find it online - which is logical I suppose because the plastic is used to seal the edges, and these have more edges. I use Clipper tea bags; but that's for taste, the fact that they're plastic free is a bonus. Loose tea's the answer for taste and purity IMO, if you can be bothered.
Wasn't so long ago (maybe 18 months?) that £3 would get one of the 240 boxes when on special, I guess the £ going down has put paid to that...
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