Anchor Spreadable 500g, two for £3.70 @ Waitrose with MyWaitrose (and Pick Your Own Offer)
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Anchor Spreadable 500g, two for £3.70 @ Waitrose with MyWaitrose (and Pick Your Own Offer)

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Found 26th Jan
Anchor Spreadable 500g is two for £3.70 with Pick Your Own Offers @ Waitrose.

Very good offer, cheapest elsewhere is £2.50 each!

Joining My Waitrose is free and you could simply wait for offers like these to get good deals.

Credit to @Donuts123 for alerting me to a similar offer for Lurpak.
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amz84uk1 h, 15 m ago

Waitrose are doing one for £3.25 or 2 for £5.The Pick Your Own gives 20% o …Waitrose are doing one for £3.25 or 2 for £5.The Pick Your Own gives 20% off, so how does this take it to £3.70? Shouldn't it be £4.00 for 2?



PYO 20% discounts always come off the UNIT price, either the SEL (Shelf Edge Label ie ticketed price) or if there's a yellow 'reduced' barcode sticker on the item, then off that yellow sticker reduced price.

Hence £3.25 unit price = £3.25 * 20% * 2 = £1.30 PYO discounts.

Multibuy discounts are completely independent of PYO so given normally ie 2 x £3.25 = £6.50 reduced to £5 by £1.50 saving.

Hence £6.50 of items less £1.30 £1.50 = net £3.70 cost (net £1.85/item or a 43% saving over SEL)

Tip: if you ever notice a vertical red bar down the SEL that should indicate that the line is included in PYO.
You are entitled each calendar month to 10 changes of your PYO items.
If you have the myWaitrose PYO App on your phone you can update your PYO picks in store (subject to how many changes you still have left) and as long as you have Confirmed the Unpick/Picks by the time you hit the tills you'll get the PYO 20% off!

waitrose.com/hom…tml
Edited by: "mk-donald" 26th Jan
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Does Anchor offer any advantges over Bertolli or Flora original & light, both £1 currently @ Morrisons? (and Bertolli £1 Sainsbury's)

same size 500g
deleted139113926th Jan

Does Anchor offer any advantges over Bertolli or Flora original & light, …Does Anchor offer any advantges over Bertolli or Flora original & light, both £1 currently @ Morrisons? (and Bertolli £1 Sainsbury's)same size 500g


I would say they're different products. This (Anchor) is a butter and rapeseed oil blend as opposed to the pure vegetable oil spreads with additives (Bertolli and Flora).

I'm in the early stages of moving away from those after a lifetime of use...
Just get yourself Guernsey butter from Waitrose if you want benefits from your butter
BigCheeseGlenni15 m ago

Just get yourself Guernsey butter from Waitrose if you want benefits from …Just get yourself Guernsey butter from Waitrose if you want benefits from your butter


What benefits does Guernsey butter have (from Waitrose) than other butter bought elsewhere?
prudenza23 m ago

I would say they're different products. This (Anchor) is a butter and …I would say they're different products. This (Anchor) is a butter and rapeseed oil blend as opposed to the pure vegetable oil spreads with additives (Bertolli and Flora).I'm in the early stages of moving away from those after a lifetime of use...


Anchor spreadable is 54% butter. Aldi Norpak is 64% butter - which is the same percentage as Lurpak - and is £1.89 all the time but you only need to buy one to get the price.
Great deal op, heat added. This tastes so much better than some of the cheaper options out there. I used to buy the Lidl Danpak but now wait for this offer to come around and stock up. Costs a little more but we all love it and it works well in baking too.
Beatiful stuff
Excellent post OP , THANK YOU ,to answer the haters, this tastes delicious . Not like the Aldi et al sub at all.
Searcher21 h, 54 m ago

What benefits does Guernsey butter have (from Waitrose) than other butter …What benefits does Guernsey butter have (from Waitrose) than other butter bought elsewhere?


33139059-5PY5u.jpgGuernsey milk has three times more of the beneficial essential fatty acid omega 3 than any other breeds of cow

By nature, the Guernsey milk also has a better balance of fatty acids than other milks, with test results showing it to have one part omega 3 to two parts omega 6, whereas all other milks are one part omega 3 to six parts omega 6.


Highest beta-carotene percetage in the world. The Guernsey cow does not digest the carotene (that can be found in the grass) as opposed to other breeds of cows who do so partly or wholly. In her body the carotene is converted into beta-carotene and this why the Guernsey milk has such a very high percentage of beta-carotene (pro-vitamin A). This is converted into vitamin A in the human body (which strengthens the immune system and is important for eyesight, bones, teeth, skin and growth). The high percentage of carotene can also be seen in the skin and the fat resulting in a deep-yellow colour of the milk & cheese.
Waitrose are doing one for £3.25 or 2 for £5.

The Pick Your Own gives 20% off, so how does this take it to £3.70? Shouldn't it be £4.00 for 2?
amz84uk30 m ago

Waitrose are doing one for £3.25 or 2 for £5.The Pick Your Own gives 20% o …Waitrose are doing one for £3.25 or 2 for £5.The Pick Your Own gives 20% off, so how does this take it to £3.70? Shouldn't it be £4.00 for 2?


It's like voodoo and I'm sure someone can explain but in the basket it's £3.70!
BigCheeseGlenni47 m ago

[Image] Guernsey milk has three times more of the beneficial essential …[Image] Guernsey milk has three times more of the beneficial essential fatty acid omega 3 than any other breeds of cowBy nature, the Guernsey milk also has a better balance of fatty acids than other milks, with test results showing it to have one part omega 3 to two parts omega 6, whereas all other milks are one part omega 3 to six parts omega 6.Highest beta-carotene percetage in the world. The Guernsey cow does not digest the carotene (that can be found in the grass) as opposed to other breeds of cows who do so partly or wholly. In her body the carotene is converted into beta-carotene and this why the Guernsey milk has such a very high percentage of beta-carotene (pro-vitamin A). This is converted into vitamin A in the human body (which strengthens the immune system and is important for eyesight, bones, teeth, skin and growth). The high percentage of carotene can also be seen in the skin and the fat resulting in a deep-yellow colour of the milk & cheese.


Interesting, but is it spreadable?
prudenza13 m ago

Interesting, but is it spreadable?


I use my Biem straight from the fridge with the butter already in which probably doesn’t help you.
But the block on its own would need to be at room temp before
BigCheeseGlenni1 h, 9 m ago

[Image] Guernsey milk has three times more of the beneficial essential …[Image] Guernsey milk has three times more of the beneficial essential fatty acid omega 3 than any other breeds of cowBy nature, the Guernsey milk also has a better balance of fatty acids than other milks, with test results showing it to have one part omega 3 to two parts omega 6, whereas all other milks are one part omega 3 to six parts omega 6.Highest beta-carotene percetage in the world. The Guernsey cow does not digest the carotene (that can be found in the grass) as opposed to other breeds of cows who do so partly or wholly. In her body the carotene is converted into beta-carotene and this why the Guernsey milk has such a very high percentage of beta-carotene (pro-vitamin A). This is converted into vitamin A in the human body (which strengthens the immune system and is important for eyesight, bones, teeth, skin and growth). The high percentage of carotene can also be seen in the skin and the fat resulting in a deep-yellow colour of the milk & cheese.


Wow, that's quite a list of claims, is there any evidence for any of them?
prudenza24 m ago

It's like voodoo and I'm sure someone can explain but in the basket it's …It's like voodoo and I'm sure someone can explain but in the basket it's £3.70!


They’re £3.25 each,the 20% PYO comes off the original full price. And then the £1.50 comes off. (The £1.50 is the discount you get when buying 2).
Edited by: "Super74" 26th Jan
amz84uk1 h, 15 m ago

Waitrose are doing one for £3.25 or 2 for £5.The Pick Your Own gives 20% o …Waitrose are doing one for £3.25 or 2 for £5.The Pick Your Own gives 20% off, so how does this take it to £3.70? Shouldn't it be £4.00 for 2?



PYO 20% discounts always come off the UNIT price, either the SEL (Shelf Edge Label ie ticketed price) or if there's a yellow 'reduced' barcode sticker on the item, then off that yellow sticker reduced price.

Hence £3.25 unit price = £3.25 * 20% * 2 = £1.30 PYO discounts.

Multibuy discounts are completely independent of PYO so given normally ie 2 x £3.25 = £6.50 reduced to £5 by £1.50 saving.

Hence £6.50 of items less £1.30 £1.50 = net £3.70 cost (net £1.85/item or a 43% saving over SEL)

Tip: if you ever notice a vertical red bar down the SEL that should indicate that the line is included in PYO.
You are entitled each calendar month to 10 changes of your PYO items.
If you have the myWaitrose PYO App on your phone you can update your PYO picks in store (subject to how many changes you still have left) and as long as you have Confirmed the Unpick/Picks by the time you hit the tills you'll get the PYO 20% off!

waitrose.com/hom…tml
Edited by: "mk-donald" 26th Jan
Super741 h, 17 m ago

They’re £3.25 each,the 20% PYO comes off the original full price. And then …They’re £3.25 each,the 20% PYO comes off the original full price. And then the £1.50 comes off. (The £1.50 is the discount you get when buying 2).


Yeah, like "stackable codes".
Searcher24 h, 32 m ago

Anchor spreadable is 54% butter. Aldi Norpak is 64% butter - which is the …Anchor spreadable is 54% butter. Aldi Norpak is 64% butter - which is the same percentage as Lurpak - and is £1.89 all the time but you only need to buy one to get the price.


But the butter in Anchor spreadable is British, as is the rapeseed oil. I'm guessing the Aldi Norpak and Lidl Danpak use scandi butters. I prefer to support British farmers as much as possible, so always the Anchor or Country Life for me. There's also the fact that the retailer is British and more ethical, which are also important.

I appreciate that others will have other considerations.
mk-donald2 h, 18 m ago

PYO 20% discounts always come off the UNIT price, either the SEL (Shelf …PYO 20% discounts always come off the UNIT price, either the SEL (Shelf Edge Label ie ticketed price) or if there's a yellow 'reduced' barcode sticker on the item, then off that yellow sticker reduced price.Hence £3.25 unit price = £3.25 * 20% * 2 = £1.30 PYO discounts.Multibuy discounts are completely independent of PYO so given normally ie 2 x £3.25 = £6.50 reduced to £5 by £1.50 saving.Hence £6.50 of items less £1.30 £1.50 = net £3.70 cost (net £1.85/item or a 43% saving over SEL)Tip: if you ever notice a vertical red bar down the SEL that should indicate that the line is included in PYO.You are entitled each calendar month to 10 changes of your PYO items.If you have the myWaitrose PYO App on your phone you can update your PYO picks in store (subject to how many changes you still have left) and as long as you have Confirmed the Unpick/Picks by the time you hit the tills you'll get the PYO 20% off!http://www.waitrose.com/home/mywaitrose/pick-your-own.html


Perfect - thank you!
BigCheeseGlenni26th Jan

[Image] Guernsey milk has three times more of the beneficial essential …[Image] Guernsey milk has three times more of the beneficial essential fatty acid omega 3 than any other breeds of cowBy nature, the Guernsey milk also has a better balance of fatty acids than other milks, with test results showing it to have one part omega 3 to two parts omega 6, whereas all other milks are one part omega 3 to six parts omega 6.Highest beta-carotene percetage in the world. The Guernsey cow does not digest the carotene (that can be found in the grass) as opposed to other breeds of cows who do so partly or wholly. In her body the carotene is converted into beta-carotene and this why the Guernsey milk has such a very high percentage of beta-carotene (pro-vitamin A). This is converted into vitamin A in the human body (which strengthens the immune system and is important for eyesight, bones, teeth, skin and growth). The high percentage of carotene can also be seen in the skin and the fat resulting in a deep-yellow colour of the milk & cheese.


Thank you
Edited by: "123sonny123" 27th Jan
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