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** 80 ASDA SMARTPRICE TEABAGS **** BARGAIN**** £0.28
** 80 ASDA SMARTPRICE TEABAGS **** BARGAIN**** £0.28

** 80 ASDA SMARTPRICE TEABAGS **** BARGAIN**** £0.28

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HOW CAN YOU BEAT 80 TEABAGS FOR 28p

BETTER THAN ANY BIG BRAND T-BAGS FOR TASTE AND VALUE

SURELY THE BARGAIN OF THE DECADE !!!!!

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Yes good price but I did buy them once and even for the price I can't say I would buy them again.

Buy these all the time, think they are superb value!

27p for 80 in tesco.

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Sainsburys are nicer for 28p.

Sooooo 28p seems to be the normal price for value-type teabags everywhere then?

Original Poster

good though if Asda is your shop....

PG tips???

I was only joking.

Badgerbob

HOW CAN YOU BEAT 80 TEABAGS FOR 28p

Original Poster

so it appears 28p ,but what about Morrisons,Waitrose ,Lidl and Aldi any advance on Tesco's 27p ???

I have tasted the tea made from said teabags and 28p is a rip-off.

To be honest I think these are not very nice on their own BUT if you usually use two teabags in a pot, then one of these plus one of a decent brand and you really cannot tell the difference. Bit of a faff but every penny counts.

Lifes too short to drink this.Yorkshire tea all the way

But at the end of the day, it's all just Gut Wash...

twinings english breakfast teabags for me and actually,asda do a very acceptable own brand EBT (under half the twinings price but not smart price brand tho)



maybe ok for unwanted visitors! oO

SURELY THE BARGAIN OF THE DECADE !!!!!

Er, no.

Would not have these for free.I just buy yorkshire teabags in bulk when on offer.

Banned

Please note 'These bags do not contain tea'

SURELY THE BARGAIN OF THE DECADE !!!!!

They might be a bargain but dont call me Shirley!

Why not go through your neighbours' bins and get their used tea bags, will tatse better and a bigger saving.

YUK!!!!!!!!!!!!

Bargain price but how on earth do they do it for that price????

Sainsburys Red label Fairtrade tea for me.

These must be the sweepings of the sweepings! Probably get more strength from a bloke with barbells! Will get some though.

Basically, all the dust in the Asda warehouse has been swept up with a broom and tipped into tea bags. ENJOY!

Also, a warning - do not buy Lancashire Tea Bags from Poundland (you get a million for £1) but they don't even colour the water!

Ok so they are cheap, and to have as an emergencu in case yu run out late one night and it's chucking it down.....

That apart thugh this stuff really is awful. Makes grey tea...not brown

Like someone said...lifes too short.

Might be ok for them down south but to a Yorkshireman this stuff is the work of satan

EWWWWWWWWWW

The Sainsburys value ones are the same price but Fair Trade (somehow!)
Don't know if any of the others are.

hmm what's this remind me of......




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Edited by: "austinc" 8th Nov 2010

These taste awful; it's worth paying that little extra imo.

They used to call them 'scum-bags' where i used to work on the one occasion they got some.

I can't comment myself, i drink coffee

yeah that only makes about 5 cups of tea though !!!

Keep them in the back of the cupboard for visitors you really can't stand.

Sawdust...........

**** water springs to mind. Prob dirt in the bag

Not even worth 10p Typhoo for me.

copthis1

Please note 'These bags do not contain tea'



lol

ok to give to visitors

I know there's a recession on but everybody deseves a decent brew.
Yorkshire thea tha nos is a top brew :>)

we have everything cheap and reduced on our house, except, yorkshire tea . sorry but you only live once. life's too short. when it comes to tea.
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