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Anchor butter £1 @ Tesco
Anchor butter £1 @ Tesco

Anchor butter £1 @ Tesco

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Tesco has offer on 250gm Anchor Butter at £ 1.00 each

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Hi
Thanks for posting. And welcome to HUKD.
It is good practice to also add the merchant and price to the title. It helps people who are just browsing through. And in my experience your post will get a few more “hot” votes.
Emmajk42 / Juliet_Bravo wrote a couple of very comprehensive and excellent guides for newcomers to HUKD here: - hotukdeals.com/ite…ne/
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They are well worth taking a look at.
Again, thanks for posting, and welcome to HUKD.
Kind regards Andy

Hoping to see a repeat of the 50p offer that Tesco did last year.

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£1 is the normal price!

normally about £1.30. thanks op

mysupermarket.co.uk lists this offer as was £1.18 now £1.00 - so not much of a saving.

voted cold because Asda's normal price is 99p !!

Why purchase Anchor butter, when there are quality English butters available for less ? The supermarket own brands, and Countrylife butter have comparable quality and similar availability but at a slightly cheaper price. So why bother purchasing New Zealand butter ? In this case voted cold.

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normally about £1.30. thanks op


no its not. just checked my last 4 months tescos online receipts and always has been £1

better off getting countrylife which is quite regularly at £1.50 for 2x250g

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Why purchase Anchor butter, when there are quality English butters … Why purchase Anchor butter, when there are quality English butters available for less ? The supermarket own brands, and Countrylife butter have comparable quality and similar availability but at a slightly cheaper price. So why bother purchasing New Zealand butter ? In this case voted cold.



Agreed - why ship butter thousands of miles when its available on your doorstep.:viking:

Voted cold.

I purchase Anchor Butter as it is 100% free range, cows remain outdoor all year and feed on grass only. I would choose that over cows eating "feed" in a massive shed for months of the year. But maybe it is just me...:whistling:
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