50p each for wine  and champagne glasses @ Asda
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50p each for wine and champagne glasses @ Asda

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Found 7th Dec 2012
Purchased myself some champagne glasses today 50p each and the quality is great for the price, not paper thin glass !! Wine glasses also 50p each all at Asda.

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bargain, my wife is forever breaking them in our house.

I think they're normally priced at 60p FYI, but good for the Christmas Hoards!

I seen these yesterday may have to get sum as hubby forever breaking my good glasses

Are they not 50p each and 6 for £2? Were last time i got some

I work at Asda Living and I get a bit nervous stacking these

And stevoleeds, I don't think these are on offer at 6 for £2

This really isn't such a great price: 8 for £3 in Tesco.

Original Poster

Thanks besford will nip into Tesco later to see if quality as good and comment later

shoppersbargainshares

Thanks besford will nip into Tesco later to see if quality as good and … Thanks besford will nip into Tesco later to see if quality as good and comment later



They're boxed (largely white box), branded '360 degree' or something like that. They have others but these are the best deal. Also have hi-ball type glasses in same range.

Original Poster

Yeah just back and my tesco store only had the 4 champagne glasses for £4.75 and was on buy 2 get 1 free, did not see others though only small store but the ones at £4.75 were the same standard of the 50p each ones in Asda in my opinion , Morrisons also have the same similar glasses as Asda can't rem. if they were 50p or 60p though but still great buy for the quality.

shoppersbargainshares

Yeah just back and my tesco store only had the 4 champagne glasses for … Yeah just back and my tesco store only had the 4 champagne glasses for £4.75 and was on buy 2 get 1 free, did not see others though only small store but the ones at £4.75 were the same standard of the 50p each ones in Asda in my opinion , Morrisons also have the same similar glasses as Asda can't rem. if they were 50p or 60p though but still great buy for the quality.



The '360 degree' ones were around in the summer (£2 for 8 on offer then I think) and have gone out of stock and back in again a few times but I did see them in an Extra store in Sheffield this week. I'd say all of these cheap ones are of a similar quality, ie pretty good for general use and cheap enough to have some spares for breakages.

It's a shame the 'fashion' in wine glasses seems to be for very big ones though: take up more room in the cupboard and have had to move some shelves to fit the height in!
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