500g Utterly Butterly BOGOF (£1.65 each) @ CoOp
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500g Utterly Butterly BOGOF (£1.65 each) @ CoOp

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Found 24th Mar 2011
Co-Op currently selling 500g Utterly Butterly on Buy one Get one free.

6 Comments

horrible stuff...voted cold

I know this is the price showing online and on the posters outside the store, but in my local store the shelves had signs saying that there had been a misprint and the actual price is £1.89 and BOGOF.

*** As it turns out though they've now taken down the signs and the price at the tills is indeed £1.65 and BOGOF

ClashInDevon
Edited by: "ClashInDevon" 26th Mar 2011

This sound very expensive. Last time I bought Utterly in Morrisons for 57.5p (BOGOF £1.15)

Banned

same price and offer in tesco

Thanks for posting, but is this not still on offer in Morrisons at the moment for 65p-75p? (Sorry can't remember exact price) I know it has been for a while.If it is, then obviously Morrisons is still cheaper.

kungfukiffa

horrible stuff...voted cold


As for personal taste preference, I don't think that should decide your vote, if you don't like it, why bother reading the post, or vote at all? This site is about deals, the best price you can find a given product/item/service for, that's not to say you can't add your personal view, as I am, but it's unfair on the OP, to base your vote on that, rather than the price.

Personally, aside from the fact it wasn't good for your health with all the Trans Fats, I always liked the taste of St Ivel Gold!


Edited by: "HAL2000" 24th Mar 2011

HAL2000

Thanks for posting, but is this not still on offer in Morrisons at the … Thanks for posting, but is this not still on offer in Morrisons at the moment for 65p-75p? (Sorry can't remember exact price) I know it has been for a while.If it is, then obviously Morrisons is still cheaper.As for personal taste preference, I don't think that should decide your vote, if you don't like it, why bother reading the post, or vote at all? This site is about deals, the best price you can find a given product/item/service for, that's not to say you can't add your personal view, as I am, but it's unfair on the OP, to base your vote on that, rather than the price.Personally, aside from the fact it wasn't good for your health with all the Trans Fats, I always liked the taste of St Ivel Gold!



But ill think you will find that personal taste does count...as i dont find this a particulary good deal due to my taste buds and therefore think the deal is cold.

And if your asking, i prefer lard.
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