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54 Rashers of (Un)smoked Streaky Bacon @ Tesco for 10£
54 Rashers of (Un)smoked Streaky Bacon @ Tesco for 10£

54 Rashers of (Un)smoked Streaky Bacon @ Tesco for 10£

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Tesco's have packets of (Un)smoked Streaky Bacon which contain 3 packets of 6 rashers for 4£, however they also have 3 for £10 on those big packets. So it works out as 3 * 3 * 6 rashers = 54 Rashers for 10£ which is a good deal!

(It's 3 times whats in the picture!)

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Original Poster

It's also available online if someone can work out a direct link, I can't for the life of me!

£10.00???????? is that cheap?? :whistling:

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flp14344;7228093

£10.00???????? is that cheap?? :whistling:



According to MySupermarket it's the cheapest other than the Tesco Value stuff... which is uck..

Not for 'streaky' bacon, surely - I don't think that's streaky in the picture. Tesco's normal streaky is £1.64 for 12 slices.

Full of added water and shrinks to nothing when you cook it.

Buy Richard Woodall or Tesco Finest bacon (both are Richard Woodall) instead. In fact, if you've got Richard Woodall bacon in your Tesco, buy that before Tesco Finest - they are both exactly the same amount of the same bacon, but the Richard Woodall packaging is £1.99 whereas the Tesco packaging is about £2.50.

Tastes much better and comes out of the grill the same size as it was when it went in.....because it is just bacon with no added water.

It might appear more expensive, but it probably contains more bacon for your £.

Couldnt agree more, tesco Bacon is full of water.

forgot ur school work?

it should read (3x6)X3

withabix;7228162

Full of added water and shrinks to nothing when you cook it.Buy Richard … Full of added water and shrinks to nothing when you cook it.Buy Richard Woodall or Tesco Finest bacon (both are Richard Woodall) instead. In fact, if you've got Richard Woodall bacon in your Tesco, buy that before Tesco Finest - they are both exactly the same amount of the same bacon, but the Richard Woodall packaging is £1.99 whereas the Tesco packaging is about £2.50.Tastes much better and comes out of the grill the same size as it was when it went in.....because it is just bacon with no added water.It might appear more expensive, but it probably contains more bacon for your £.



Cheers Richy will look into that one! ;-)

leitchyleck;7228333

forgot ur school work?it should read (3x6)X3



Makes no difference what order you multiply numbers in as long as there are no other mathematical operators :-D in the equation
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