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Alpro organic soya milk 69p @ Holland & Barrett (free click & collect)
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Alpro organic soya milk 69p @ Holland & Barrett (free click & collect)

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Posted 29th FebEdited by:"Mistress.of.Puppets"

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Never seen branded & organic soya milk so cheap.
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@Magda111 Thx for posting great price I will use the c&c but won't spend that amount for extra 20% off ( worth noting though if you use a discount code and go via TCB it won't track / pay out as a discount code has been used )
Edited by: "Mysticaltopaz24" 29th Feb
Mysticaltopaz2429/02/2020 11:25

@Magda111 Thx for posting great price I will use the c&c but won't …@Magda111 Thx for posting great price I will use the c&c but won't spend that amount for extra 20% off ( worth noting though if you you a discount code and go via TCB it won't track / pay out as a discount code has been used )


I only looked at topcashback tbh. The bottom rate i.e 1% is for purchases with a voucher code. Doesn't that mean you should get 1%?40012713-QJVoH.jpg
Mistress.of.Puppets29/02/2020 11:31

I only looked at topcashback tbh. The bottom rate i.e 1% is for purchases …I only looked at topcashback tbh. The bottom rate i.e 1% is for purchases with a voucher code. Doesn't that mean you should get 1%?[Image]


If it's an approved voucher listed by TCB then yes , if not then no
Edited by: "Mysticaltopaz24" 29th Feb
Mysticaltopaz2429/02/2020 11:35

If it's an approved voucher listed by TCB then yes , if not then no


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Mistress.of.Puppets29/02/2020 11:41

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That is valid if you go through Holland & Barrett's own website yes ( as it is a code give by them )
If you go through TCB first then that takes you through to Holland & Barrett site then NO.
Terms and conditions in TCB say this, hope it helps not really important on lesser value orders but worth bearing in mind for high value items with any merchant through TCB
Edited by: "Mysticaltopaz24" 29th Feb
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Just collected part if my order and the use by date is 14th Dec 2020
Edited by: "Mistress.of.Puppets" 29th Feb
Mistress.of.Puppets29/02/2020 16:11

Just collected part if my order and the use by date is 14th Dec 2020


It's long life, there is no 'use by' date.
"never seen soya milk this cheap"

It's been 55-59p in Aldi and Lidl for goodness knows how long.

It's not even 65p in Tesco Express stores IIRC although I prefer the quality of Alpro.

And just on a related note, soya milk would be a lot cheaper if we drank more of it, especially in place of dairy. Most of the worlds soy is fed to cattle.
Edited by: "supermann" 29th Feb
Mistress.of.Puppets29/02/2020 19:48

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Long Life soy milk is 59p/litre in Tesco. It may not be as good a quality but it's practically the same thing.

Also I'd add it's been around this price point (59p/litre) in supermarkets for a couple of decades more or less.
Edited by: "supermann" 29th Feb
supermann29/02/2020 19:55

Long Life soy milk is 59p/litre in Tesco. It may not be as good a quality …Long Life soy milk is 59p/litre in Tesco. It may not be as good a quality but it's practically the same thing.Also I'd add it's been around this price point (59p/litre) in supermarkets for a couple of decades more or less.


It really wasn't in my Tesco a few years back when I used to drink it and it kept on selling out. I've rephrased my description of the deal.
Mistress.of.Puppets29/02/2020 20:10

It really wasn't in my Tesco a few years back when I used to drink it and …It really wasn't in my Tesco a few years back when I used to drink it and it kept on selling out. I've rephrased my description of the deal.


Back then it was called Tesco Value Soya Drink and it was again about 55p/litre. These days it's called Growers Harvest.

And you know, just because something goes out of stock, it doesn't make it a more expensive product.
Edited by: "supermann" 29th Feb
supermann29/02/2020 20:16

Back then it was called Tesco Value Soya Drink and it was again about …Back then it was called Tesco Value Soya Drink and it was again about 55p/litre. These days it's called Growers Harvest.And you know, just because something goes out of stock, it doesn't make it a more expensive product.


Of course you know best...
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Mistress.of.Puppets29/02/2020 20:49

Of course you know best... [Image]


You realise that Tesco had Tesco Express stores in 2006?
Edited by: "supermann" 29th Feb
Mistress.of.Puppets29/02/2020 20:10

It really wasn't in my Tesco a few years back when I used to drink it and …It really wasn't in my Tesco a few years back when I used to drink it and it kept on selling out. I've rephrased my description of the deal.


You know I don't mean to get shirty with you, it's good that people buy soya milk and this is a good price for Alpro soy milk, organic or not.

It's a shame there's such low availability online. I may complain about Tesco but Holland and Barrett just can't compete when it comes to logistics.
supermann29/02/2020 19:35

"never seen soya milk this cheap"It's been 55-59p in Aldi and Lidl for …"never seen soya milk this cheap"It's been 55-59p in Aldi and Lidl for goodness knows how long. It's not even 65p in Tesco Express stores IIRC although I prefer the quality of Alpro.And just on a related note, soya milk would be a lot cheaper if we drank more of it, especially in place of dairy. Most of the worlds soy is fed to cattle.


Soya ain't too good to have regularly apparently, I've settled on oat milk, hopefully there's nothing wrong with having it.
Niz29/02/2020 22:00

Soya ain't too good to have regularly apparently, I've settled on oat …Soya ain't too good to have regularly apparently, I've settled on oat milk, hopefully there's nothing wrong with having it.


Like they say, everything in moderation. Have you tried rice milk? To me it tastes like water you've cooked your rice in.
Edited by: "Mistress.of.Puppets" 1st Mar
Niz29/02/2020 22:00

Soya ain't too good to have regularly apparently, I've settled on oat …Soya ain't too good to have regularly apparently, I've settled on oat milk, hopefully there's nothing wrong with having it.


Where did you hear that? There's a lot of nonsense online about soya. Organic soya is definitely better than non, though.
herrbz01/03/2020 16:58

Where did you hear that? There's a lot of nonsense online about soya. …Where did you hear that? There's a lot of nonsense online about soya. Organic soya is definitely better than non, though.



Just over the years people say and indeed reading online, I hope it is nonsense, I still have it mind I just try and vary what I have.
herrbz01/03/2020 16:58

Where did you hear that? There's a lot of nonsense online about soya. …Where did you hear that? There's a lot of nonsense online about soya. Organic soya is definitely better than non, though.


It's probably articles like this one which are putting people off independent.co.uk/lif…tml
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Edited by: "Mistress.of.Puppets" 6th Mar
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