All varieties of Kingsmill 800g loaves 50p (From 21st Feb) @ Tesco
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All varieties of Kingsmill 800g loaves 50p (From 21st Feb) @ Tesco

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Found 20th FebEdited by:"reindeer333"
All varieties of Kingsmill loaves 800g will be reduced from £1to 50p from tomorrow.

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JustinKampongsa10 h, 18 m ago

Only cheap because it normally has to be eaten by next day at Tesco like …Only cheap because it normally has to be eaten by next day at Tesco like most of their bread and really halal ! Put me off now being halal


U shouldn't drink water or milk, tea, coffee, or infact breath as well as its all halal
I've emptied out my freezer in preparation for this!!

Heat added.

Will be buying around 20 loafs first thing tomorrow (for a tenner).

I'll be having buttered toast for brekkie, lunch and dinner daily for the next two months...

Now that's proper money-saving...

I'll get my coat.
Only cheap because it normally has to be eaten by next day at Tesco like most of their bread and really halal ! Put me off now being halal
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GREAT,LOVE THE WHOLEMEAL :-)
Bargain! Thanks for sharing!
Can I use no keys ?
vassy4u7 m ago

Can I use no keys ?


Unfortunately not
vassy4u22 m ago

Can I use no keys ?


What keys(mad)
Great news will stock freezer ip today at 50p a loaf many thanks
Beryl_Hughes1 h, 0 m ago

Great news will stock freezer ip today at 50p a loaf many thanks


How do you eat it when you take it out of the freezer, doesn’t the bread go out of date and all thick and frozen. Do you have to heat it up with a toaster or a grill. Does it taste any good like fresh bread, every little helps
19DembaBa1939 m ago

How do you eat it when you take it out of the freezer, doesn’t the bread g …How do you eat it when you take it out of the freezer, doesn’t the bread go out of date and all thick and frozen. Do you have to heat it up with a toaster or a grill. Does it taste any good like fresh bread, every little helps


I was thinking the same.
Beryl_Hughes1 h, 41 m ago

Great news will stock freezer ip today at 50p a loaf many thanks


i'd wait until tomorrow (that's when the deal starts)
thanks for sharing
Very cheap...
Only cheap because it normally has to be eaten by next day at Tesco like most of their bread and really halal ! Put me off now being halal
Lmaoo great for us students.Hot!
Heat fer TOAST
I freeze bread all time.


Take it out freezer. Defrost. Done.


Or the defrost setting in microwave but keep eye on it, because you just want it to defrost not get too warm.
I've emptied out my freezer in preparation for this!!

Heat added.

Will be buying around 20 loafs first thing tomorrow (for a tenner).

I'll be having buttered toast for brekkie, lunch and dinner daily for the next two months...

Now that's proper money-saving...

I'll get my coat.
Scare of the month :- Mass produced bread is categorised as "ultra-proceseed" which carries a higher cancer risk. According to France.
Don't forget if you use shop my mum it's buy three get a quid back.
Nobody show this deal to Barry McElduff
Hmmmm, I wonder what they've cut back on to make it this cheap?

Are the ingredients now worse?
Has the quality declined?
Dealmessiah54 m ago

Hmmmm, I wonder what they've cut back on to make it this cheap?Are the …Hmmmm, I wonder what they've cut back on to make it this cheap?Are the ingredients now worse?Has the quality declined?


No, either Tesco will fund as a loss leader or the manufacturer is footing the bill. It will be the same stuff as in Asda etc
I’m more of a Hovis or warburtons, but at 50p a loaf, I’m converted!
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Shopmium app will give £1 back for 3 loaves, doesn't need be purchased in one go.
Godsenseuk1 h, 3 m ago

No, either Tesco will fund as a loss leader or the manufacturer is footing …No, either Tesco will fund as a loss leader or the manufacturer is footing the bill. It will be the same stuff as in Asda etc


100% sure?
JustinKampongsa10 h, 18 m ago

Only cheap because it normally has to be eaten by next day at Tesco like …Only cheap because it normally has to be eaten by next day at Tesco like most of their bread and really halal ! Put me off now being halal


U shouldn't drink water or milk, tea, coffee, or infact breath as well as its all halal
a lot of bread for little dough
i knead some of these
Dealmessiah3 h, 42 m ago

Hmmmm, I wonder what they've cut back on to make it this cheap?Are the …Hmmmm, I wonder what they've cut back on to make it this cheap?Are the ingredients now worse?Has the quality declined?


Quality is not something I'd associate with Kingsmill!
Are they gonna always be this price or is this like only for a few days?
ramo5551 m ago

Are they gonna always be this price or is this like only for a few days?


It's so much like, only for a few days, that it is, only for a few days.
Voted cold as this bread is pumped full of unnecesary chemicals (ingredients).
Krizzo312 m ago

Voted cold as this bread is pumped full of unnecesary chemicals …Voted cold as this bread is pumped full of unnecesary chemicals (ingredients).


Which is why it tastes so nice.
Freezing cold - just been to my local Tesco Metro in Richmond and all Kingsmill loaves are £1
Bargain for bread!
So normally a quid. Dont think so.
19DembaBa1920th Feb

How do you eat it when you take it out of the freezer, doesn’t the bread g …How do you eat it when you take it out of the freezer, doesn’t the bread go out of date and all thick and frozen. Do you have to heat it up with a toaster or a grill. Does it taste any good like fresh bread, every little helps


Frozen bread is fine to use. I do it all the time as a loaf will last me a long time. You can toast it frozen or just let it defrost for a sarnie. I often make the sandwich with the bread still frozen then it is defrosted in plenty of time for lunch
Godsenseuk20th Feb

No, either Tesco will fund as a loss leader or the manufacturer is footing …No, either Tesco will fund as a loss leader or the manufacturer is footing the bill. It will be the same stuff as in Asda etc


Exactly?!.

Just because it's (quote/unquote) "cheap", doesn't necessarily make it a pointless purchase, etc? (irrespective of what the Product is ... (

A half decent (and arguably cheap) Android Phone costing around the £250-£300 mark doesn't make it a worthless purchase, simply because iPhone's of a similar ilk are (more often then not) selling on average for the £600-£1000 mark?!.

Doesn't mean in retrospect that the iPhone is therefore 100% a better purchase in anyway? (despite costing at LEAST twice that of it's then nearest Android equivalent of a similar ilk?).

Yes, they're 2 different animals (true), but let's be real, they're essentially still the same beast? (true also ... )

They all allow you to make both basic phone calls, and basic SMS/MMS messaging (the key features of any Phone irrespective of how basic/expensive it is? (even a £10 would do/essentially give you the same?).

The only difference between A, B, and/or C is preferences perhaps?. :-)

And nowt much else ...

And that general rule of thumb could pretty much be applied to a few other stuff's of life too I reckon?. :-)

Eg.
If I went for an iDevice again in the future, if it had say 64GB of internal storage, and was around the £600+ mark I wouldn't bother myself.

But of that same iDevice in the future, I would if it had say 64GB of internal storage, and was more around the £300 mark (or preferably wayyyyy less?!).

But for around the same/similar £300 mark or so, an Android Device with 64GB-128GB+ internal storage would definitely be more the beast where I'd be at?, hehehehe.

Again, personal preference for allllll, all the way?. :-D
Buy a bread maker (I bought a Panasonic for £20 off Gumtree), you'd never regret and you would never eat these rubbish.Only takes 5 minutes to put the ingredients in the machine. The house smells wonderful when you wake up in the morning
JustinKampongsa20th Feb

Only cheap because it normally has to be eaten by next day at Tesco like …Only cheap because it normally has to be eaten by next day at Tesco like most of their bread and really halal ! Put me off now being halal


Loool what on earth you on about. How the F is bread halal or not halal
Godsenseuk20th Feb

No, either Tesco will fund as a loss leader or the manufacturer is footing …No, either Tesco will fund as a loss leader or the manufacturer is footing the bill. It will be the same stuff as in Asda etc



tesco doing a loss leader, excellent joke manufacturers foot all of the discount, they never do one themselves.

cheap but the worst bread out there.
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