8 pints of Milk for £2 @ Spar
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8 pints of Milk for £2 @ Spar

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Found 24th Jan
Seen recent deal of £1 for 4 pints. Well this is just as good
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Same deal at the Co-Op pretty much on a permanent basis.
Oh....milk
SFJnet6 m ago

Same deal at the Co-Op pretty much on a permanent basis.


Can't believe all the hate on this, then someone uploads a deal on 4 pints of milk for 99p and gets over 858 heats. What's the world coming too?
Edited by: "machomansavage" 24th Jan
SFJnet7 m ago

Same deal at the Co-Op pretty much on a permanent basis.


Yeah,but the coop gives you 5% money back ......
Are you sure its 4 pints, the 2 Spars where i live are 2 litres per bottle
machomansavage3 m ago

Can't believe all the hate on this, then someone uploads a deal on 4 pints …Can't believe all the hate on this, then someone uploads a deal on 4 pints of milk for 99p and gets over 858 heats. What's the world coming too?


I think all of the community must have rushed to Iceland Frozen Foods and bought the 99p milk and now they don't need another 8 pints from Spar?
I voted cold because this is the disgracefully low price that almost all supermarkets offer.

Milk should be more expensive because the price of it is killing off our small and medium sized farming businesses.
uptwisting11 m ago

I voted cold because this is the disgracefully low price that almost all …I voted cold because this is the disgracefully low price that almost all supermarkets offer. Milk should be more expensive because the price of it is killing off our small and medium sized farming businesses.



its not just the supermarkets fault, if we had a better living wage and basic things in life were not stupid expensive like a loaf of bread at £1+ or bus fair at £2.50 one way just to go into town. their is a lot at fault that drives the prices. not just the supermarkets.
machomansavage22 m ago

Can't believe all the hate on this, then someone uploads a deal on 4 pints …Can't believe all the hate on this, then someone uploads a deal on 4 pints of milk for 99p and gets over 858 heats. What's the world coming too?



The coop gives you the same deal PLUS 5% cashback, and in Iceland you only have to buy one bottle, not find room in your fridge for two, then hope it doesn't go off before using it all - might seem unfair, but this site is full of surprises.
Buy farmer friendly from supermarket where extra goes to farmer. Especially when on offer as almost all milk lasts minimum 7 days past use by date if refrigerated - science fact!
winter_zombie16 m ago

its not just the supermarkets fault, if we had a better living wage and …its not just the supermarkets fault, if we had a better living wage and basic things in life were not stupid expensive like a loaf of bread at £1+ or bus fair at £2.50 one way just to go into town. their is a lot at fault that drives the prices. not just the supermarkets.



Have you thought that a 'better living wage' would actually make the cost of manufacturing items and transporting them much higher, so prices would go up and then you would need extra wages to still have that 'better living wage' you're on about ?

Do you think bus drivers don't also deserve a better living wage, or they ought to work for peanuts so you can enjoy your own higher wage - what about the people who make the bread, should they earn a pittance so you can have cheaper bread ?

To see what used to work, take a holiday to Eastern Europe and get away from the resort, spend a few weeks with locals and try to find out how they survive and how their economy works - it used to be fairly cheap to buy everything because workers didn't have rights or minimum wage laws, but everyone had a job and could manage to get by......... then along comes freedom and joining the EU, so employment laws are forced upon them and prices have to go up to pay for everyone's higher wages, holiday and sick pay etc, and the fancy goods and giant TV's that they think they are entitled to because everyone in the west has that stuff.
Posting supermarket offers. Haha
er.... ok.. i guess on your high horse you see things different. when you say "take a holiday to Eastern Europe" !
that must be nice... i havent had a holiday in 13 years. i go to work to pay bills and feed my family, thats it. i dont have loads of extra cash for luxury family holidays or a car. i earn enough to keep a roof over my family and pay all the bills.
kamenitzabrit1 h, 2 m ago

The coop gives you the same deal PLUS 5% cashback, and in Iceland you only …The coop gives you the same deal PLUS 5% cashback, and in Iceland you only have to buy one bottle, not find room in your fridge for two, then hope it doesn't go off before using it all - might seem unfair, but this site is full of surprises.


Couples with babies go through it like tap water. So disagree
Edited by: "machomansavage" 24th Jan
winter_zombie1 h, 30 m ago

its not just the supermarkets fault, if we had a better living wage and …its not just the supermarkets fault, if we had a better living wage and basic things in life were not stupid expensive like a loaf of bread at £1+ or bus fair at £2.50 one way just to go into town. their is a lot at fault that drives the prices. not just the supermarkets.


While I agree with your premise that wages in general should be higher and supermarkets are not necessarily to blame for milk prices, they are a huge contributing factor as they have simply threatened to buy elsewhere unless the farmgate price is lower.

The EU had a disastrous approach to the production of milk and it's enabled supermarkets to be even more powerful. Now we're in a situation where automated milking is the only truly profitable way to have cows for milk (unless you diversifying into milk based products) and this is killing off small farmers who used to employ locally and keep wages higher. Especially as funding for small business is getting harder and harder to access.
Now who keeps/makes the profits? Big companies dominating the market but working at lower margins and the people designing the milking machines!

£1?! Buy cheaper bread! However, I'm happy to pay £1+ for good quality bread because it lasts and is filling. Though, tbh, my other half makes bread and we freeze a lot of it. I also eat a lot of rye based breads which I believe are better value.

Though bus fares, absolutely, they need to be lower. But heck, that has more to do with local authorities than anything.
As we have seen in London where the mayor bothered to get involved, costs can be more reflective of use if those in power can be bothered to challenge the existing structure. Though jesus, London is still very expensive.
bargainchaser20152 h, 47 m ago

Buy farmer friendly from supermarket where extra goes to farmer. …Buy farmer friendly from supermarket where extra goes to farmer. Especially when on offer as almost all milk lasts minimum 7 days past use by date if refrigerated - science fact!


You do realize that although the extra goes to the farmers, they're not all
necessarily British farmers it goes to.
Dyslexic_Dog4 h, 23 m ago

You do realize that although the extra goes to the farmers, they're not …You do realize that although the extra goes to the farmers, they're not allnecessarily British farmers it goes to.


And what is your point? You only looking to make sure a British farmer is having their pockets lined?
Wise up.
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