Arla Big Milk (2L) - 50p @ Tesco using £1 voucher in current in store magazine...
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Arla Big Milk (2L) - 50p @ Tesco using £1 voucher in current in store magazine...

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Found 18th Aug 2015
Arla milk is currently on offer at £1.50. Use the £1 voucher in the current Tesco magazine = 50p until 1st September 2015

Price Comparison:

£1.50 @ Asda, Sainsbury's & Morrisons
£2.25 @ Waitrose

Hope you held onto your vouchers like me...

39 Comments

Yes thanks for sharing!

Ooh, controversially cheap milk!

Heat added - however , poor farmers .

darren9030

Heat added - however , poor farmers .


hmm poor farmers?

Tescos ordinary milk is £1 for 4 pints, so what's so special about this milk to justify it costing three times as much ?
tesco.com/gro…399

Pull your wallets out you tightwads and pay a fair price for your milk. Don't support these deals.



Thoughtful

Tescos ordinary milk is £1 for 4 pints, so what's so special about this … Tescos ordinary milk is £1 for 4 pints, so what's so special about this milk to justify it costing three times as much ?http://www.tesco.com/groceries/product/details/?id=254656399



They have added vitamins to whole milk. It's the only product like it widely available.

Please, please, please help the farmers........................















........................pick up some extra Tesco mags and give the farmers some coupons.

cool!!thanks op

Does it taste better?

KentishLad

They have added vitamins to whole milk. It's the only product like it … They have added vitamins to whole milk. It's the only product like it widely available.


So if you have it with cereal you get a double dose of vitamins.

darren9030

Heat added - however , poor farmers .


because the cheap price?

can you use multiple coupons?

davidbrent

Pull your wallets out you tightwads and pay a fair price for your milk. … Pull your wallets out you tightwads and pay a fair price for your milk. Don't support these deals.



​why not? Never yet met a poor farmer. They each get on average a £28,000 subsidy from the tax payer already to run their business. Wish I got that!

No sympathy at all.

They make good money overall

rockmoon

because the cheap price?




Yes, they are not getting a fair price. Watch the news more often

thomasleep

hmm poor farmers?


hmm poor cows?

http://www.alternet.org/files/images/managed/storyimages_1331829918_cow.jpg

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pipsarahjayne

can you use multiple coupons?


It's one per transaction... X)

KiKai

It's one per transaction... X)


Thanks for posting. Is there a code for online shopping as I already binned my copy?

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daydreamer44

Thanks for posting. Is there a code for online shopping as I already … Thanks for posting. Is there a code for online shopping as I already binned my copy?


No there's no eCoupon for this product unfortunately... X)

Is the voucher in the current magazine or a voucher that we can print? Thanks

Hopefully it is Tesco that is absorbing the cost of the voucher.

Arla UK is a farmers cooperative so you are helping the farmer ...

arlafoods.co.uk/
Edited by: "g0z0" 19th Aug 2015

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godfather999

Is the voucher in the current magazine or a voucher that we can print? … Is the voucher in the current magazine or a voucher that we can print? Thanks


It's in the current July/August issue, I'm not sure if you can print them off from anywhere... X)

KiKai

It's in the current July/August issue, I'm not sure if you can print them … It's in the current July/August issue, I'm not sure if you can print them off from anywhere... X)



Thank you!

johnsmith1997

hmm poor farmers?

hmm poor cows?http://www.alternet.org/files/images/managed/storyimages_1331829918_cow.jpg[/qu
Cows do not have horns, that Sir is a Bull good luck getting milk out of him;)
Edited by: "thomasleep" 19th Aug 2015

thomasleep

hmm poor cows?[/quCows do not have horns, that Sir is a Bull good luck … hmm poor cows?[/quCows do not have horns, that Sir is a Bull good luck getting milk out of him;)



He seems happy enough being 'milked'. oO

KiKai

No there's no eCoupon for this product unfortunately... X)


OK, thanks

thomasleep

hmm poor cows?[/quCows do not have horns, that Sir is a Bull good luck … hmm poor cows?[/quCows do not have horns, that Sir is a Bull good luck getting milk out of him;)


Apologises for my mistake.
Cow with udders:
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/0c/Cow_female_black_white.jpg

As long as the discount is coming off Tescos share and not the farmers.... Then HEAT, if not then very very cold.

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norwichjase

As long as the discount is coming off Tescos share and not the … As long as the discount is coming off Tescos share and not the farmers.... Then HEAT, if not then very very cold.


As it's Tesco' own voucher it will be fulfilled by Tesco and not the farmers... X)

Could not get any free magazines tried 4 stores

Clearly a bunch of us have either never got the magazine in the first place or thrown it away when we had. Anyone care to scan and upload their voucher?

backinstock

He seems happy enough being 'milked'. oO


I suppose the funky chain should have been a clue

ian18

No sympathy at all. They make good money overall



Idiot, why are so many dairy farmers going out of business? Why are they desperately/hopelessly protesting against the unstoppable supermarkets?

This is a good deal, milk needs to become more branded so that people realise it doesn't all just taste the same and are prepared to pay more for a premium product. This cheap milk is therefore (ironically) a good deal from a farmers point of view.

I've sadly the opposite problem, was able to pick up plenty of magazines but none of the milk in stock! - voucher does say "copied coupons will not be accepted" hence prob why no evoucher for it

colonel_splaffy

Idiot, why are so many dairy farmers going out of business? Why are they … Idiot, why are so many dairy farmers going out of business? Why are they desperately/hopelessly protesting against the unstoppable supermarkets? This is a good deal, milk needs to become more branded so that people realise it doesn't all just taste the same and are prepared to pay more for a premium product. This cheap milk is therefore (ironically) a good deal from a farmers point of view.




It is an open market. Many who believe their propaganda are sadly ignorant of the facts.

ian18

It is an open market. Many who believe their propaganda are sadly … It is an open market. Many who believe their propaganda are sadly ignorant of the facts.



I know the facts, being in the industry myself, that dairy farmers don't make money at the moment which is why the farmers are so desperate. I think you are getting dairy farmers and landowners confused. It is laughable that you think dairy farmers could afford a 'propaganda machine' to warp the public's minds. But you are right in that it is an open market and thus if we allow things to run their course then British dairy farming will become unrecognisable. We will have to sacrifice environmental measures and small farms to have large scale mega-dairies. You are happy that this is the way of things and seem to struggle to show any empathy so in this regard I feel sorry for you. It is however an unfair open market with all the power being held by the supermarkets and the individual farmers having very little power due to each of them being a small size in relation to the supermarkets. Fortunately I think the British public care more about this than you do.

colonel_splaffy

I know the facts, being in the industry myself, that dairy farmers don't … I know the facts, being in the industry myself, that dairy farmers don't make money at the moment which is why the farmers are so desperate. I think you are getting dairy farmers and landowners confused. It is laughable that you think dairy farmers could afford a 'propaganda machine' to warp the public's minds. But you are right in that it is an open market and thus if we allow things to run their course then British dairy farming will become unrecognisable. We will have to sacrifice environmental measures and small farms to have large scale mega-dairies. You are happy that this is the way of things and seem to struggle to show any empathy so in this regard I feel sorry for you. It is however an unfair open market with all the power being held by the supermarkets and the individual farmers having very little power due to each of them being a small size in relation to the supermarkets. Fortunately I think the British public care more about this than you do.



But I agree that the current subsidy system is not great and allows already well off landowners to 'milk the system' so to speak and I think this where your frustration comes from.

can print coupons off tesco site if u log onto your account

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poshaffi

can print coupons off tesco site if u log onto your account



​That's great as today is the last day for the offer... X)
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