Asda own brand semi skimmed milk 4 pints £1 (making it 60p with Quidco clicksnap 40p cashback)
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Asda own brand semi skimmed milk 4 pints £1 (making it 60p with Quidco clicksnap 40p cashback)

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Found 2nd Sep 2013
I know Asda milk is £1 for long time now. This deal is only about Quidco clicksnap that brings it down to 60P.

Supermarket own brand semi skimmed milk 4 pints
Buy 1, get 40p cashback


Offer valid for: Asda Fresh Milk Semi Skimmed 4pt,Tesco British Semi Skimmed Milk 2.272L/4Pints,Sainsbury's British Fresh Semi Skimmed Milk, 4 Pints 2.27L,Essential Waitrose Semi Skimmed Milk 4 Pints,Morrisons Semi Skimmed Milk 2.272L/4Pints

Offer Terms & conditions

You must purchase 1 bottle of Semi Skimmed Milk 2.272L/4pints to be eligible for cashback.
Cashback is available from any of the following retailers: ASDA, Sainsburys, Tesco, Waitrose and Morrisons - subject to availability.
This offer is available In-store only.
This offer can only be redeemed once per offer period.
Cashback promotion ends on date listed.
Please see full Terms and Conditions for the full list of retailers eligible for this offer.
All cashback offers are provided by ClickSnap and not the supermarkets from which the product is purchased.

For those who did not took advantage of this. Offer has been extended till 15th September

69 Comments

2 litre of milk has been 90p in my local asda for at least 3 months.

Original Poster

jynx88

2 litre of milk has been 90p in my local asda for at least 3 months.


what you are saying here? please be clear. With this deal 2.272L for 60p.

kingkhan9

what you are saying here? please be clear. With this deal 2.272L for 60p.

i am saying that the 2 litres of milk are 90p in my local asda and might also be in some other asda stores and the potential to be 50p after cashback.why what you think i was saying?
Edited by: "jynx88" 2nd Sep 2013

i am saying that the 2 litres of milk are 90p in my local asda and might … i am saying that the 2 litres of milk are 90p in my local asda and might also be in some other asda stores and the potential to be 30p after cashback.


Not possible, "You must purchase 1 bottle of Semi Skimmed Milk 2.272L/4pints to be eligible for cashback.". Where does 30p come from anyway?
Edited by: "ozodimal" 2nd Sep 2013

Original Poster

ozodimal

•Not possible, "You must purchase 1 bottle of Semi Skimmed Milk 2 … •Not possible, "You must purchase 1 bottle of Semi Skimmed Milk 2.272L/4pints to be eligible for cashback."



ozodimal is right

groceries.asda.com/asd…ing this is 4 pints and is 90p in store (in my local asda anyway) so the op is saying that there is 60p cashback so (in my case due to my local asda being 90p and maybe with some other asda stores) so 90p minus 40p =50p
Edited by: "jynx88" 2nd Sep 2013

jynx88

http://groceries.asda.com/asda-webstore/landing/home.shtml?cmpid=ahc-_-ghs-_-asdacom-dsk-_-hp-_-sub_title&referrer=cookiesDetecting#/product/20504 this is 4 pints and is 90p in store (in my local asda anyway) so the op is saying that there is 60p cashback so (in my case due to my local asda being 90p and maybe with some other asda stores) so 90p minus 60p =30p



Eh? OP is saying there's 40p cashback so 90p - 40p = 50p...

they are charging 90p due to the fact that iceland,dunnes stores,tesco,and most butcher shops are all charging 89p-90p for 2 lit and they are all close together,that could be but i do not know.

Original Poster

jynx88

http://groceries.asda.com/asda-webstore/landing/home.shtml?cmpid=ahc-_-ghs-_-asdacom-dsk-_-hp-_-sub_title&referrer=cookiesDetecting#/product/20504 this is 4 pints and is 90p in store (in my local asda anyway) so the op is saying that there is 60p cashback so (in my case due to my local asda being 90p and maybe with some other asda stores) so 90p minus 60p =30p



Good if you are getting 4 pints for 90p. just to clear. not 60p cashback. It is 40p cashback.

PhoenixRising

Eh? OP is saying there's 40p cashback so 90p - 40p = 50p...

oh should have read post properly my fault
Edited by: "jynx88" 2nd Sep 2013

there is always somebody that just makes a fool of themselves !!!
by all means ask for clarification,not just jump in and get others worked up,come on,play the game !!!!!!

Isn't Aldi & Lidl cheaper at 79p for 2 litres?

Original Poster

Sphere

Isn't Aldi & Lidl cheaper at 79p for 2 litres?



please read the post clearly. 60p for 2.272L/4pints

ASDA = putting Dairy Farmers out of work every day!

JoeUK

ASDA = putting Dairy Farmers out of work every day!



Asda make a loss on every single bottle of milk, i have no doubt they pay the same for milk as any other supermarket, especially as all but waitrose use the same supplier in my area

how does the quick snap work please how can you get at this price do you have to print coupon ?? tnxs

jynx88

2 litre of milk has been 90p in my local asda for at least 3 months.



National Price is a pound and had been since ....? 30p saved or 40p its all a saving...maybe hold back on the comments unless you have a well thought through point?

Sphere

Isn't Aldi & Lidl cheaper at 79p for 2 litres?


so pay 79p, i''l have the 19p thanks!

patg2005

National Price is a pound and had been since ....? 30p saved or 40p its … National Price is a pound and had been since ....? 30p saved or 40p its all a saving...maybe hold back on the comments unless you have a well thought through point?

what is that supposed to mean as i just stated that some asda stores charge 90p and with the saving the op stated could effectively be another 10p cheaper and i am not saying anything bad about the ops post and i still voted hot so whats the problem?

tchild

Asda make a loss on every single bottle of milk, i have no doubt they pay … Asda make a loss on every single bottle of milk, i have no doubt they pay the same for milk as any other supermarket, especially as all but waitrose use the same supplier in my area



Well they should take more of a loss considering how they have trampled on local businesses. All the major super markets are bloody evil, they all drove down the price collectively.

jynx88

2 litre of milk has been 90p in my local asda for at least 3 months.



Oh my gosh does anybody here know the difference between pints and litres?

Asda's own milk is 89p for 2 pints and £1 for 4 pints. It's been this way for like a year or so. Prices do not vary between stores unless it's like reduced to clear or deleted lines or somebody local has made a mistake adding the item to the system. If you somehow get 90p for 2 litres then that is still more expensive per litre. Morrisson's, Tesco and Sainbury's are way more than £1 for 4 pints in many stores. I've seen £1.29-1.39 mainly so compared to those even Asda at standard price without the voucher is way better.

Thanks

Pound for pound, and pint for pint, this is a great deal, well spotted.

I hate Tesco charging £1.39 for the same, ridiculous.

jynx88

2 litre of milk has been 90p in my local asda for at least 3 months.

DonkeyKonk

Pound for pound, and pint for pint, this is a great deal, well spotted.I … Pound for pound, and pint for pint, this is a great deal, well spotted.I hate Tesco charging £1.39 for the same, ridiculous.




You can get 4 pints of Tesco milk for £1, it's from their Creamfields range.

Original Poster

aw08

how does the quick snap work please how can you get at this price do you … how does the quick snap work please how can you get at this price do you have to print coupon ?? tnxs



all you need is upload the receipt on the website after purchasing

JoeUK

ASDA = putting Dairy Farmers out of work every day!



Yep, those millions in subsidies must hurt so much.

Sphere

Isn't Aldi & Lidl cheaper at 79p for 2 litres?


Where do you get the 79p from its £1 in both my Lidl's and Aldi's. Also noticed Tesco own milk is £1.39 its only the Creamfields milk that is £1 and thats not in the Clicksnap deal.

Edited by: "Skybird" 3rd Sep 2013

JoeUK

ASDA = putting Dairy Farmers out of work every day!

Somewhat odd really, knowing the background of ASsociated DAiries

This should be moved to misc as it's only a dela if you rely on the quidco.

Mods on this site enforcing double standards, as per.

Original Poster

mr.potato_head

This should be moved to misc as it's only a dela if you rely on the … This should be moved to misc as it's only a dela if you rely on the quidco.Mods on this site enforcing double standards, as per.



If you see the original OP clearly says that this deal is about Quidco clicksnap and not about Asda or Tesco Milk

JoeUK

ASDA = putting Dairy Farmers out of work every day!



I'm getting tired of this myth... If the prices the supermarkets pay for milk are truly unsustainable then we wouldn't have ANY major dairy farms at all.

I don't doubt it makes life slightly tougher, but that's the life you buy into when you become a farmer (I personally do not see the attraction!).

60p is a good price, shame it can only be had one time. The next best price that i know of is at Farmfoods:

2 litre milk is £1 or 2 for £1.60
but also if youre in an area that gets the farmfoods leaflet put through your door then there are coupons for an extra £2.50 off £25

so effectively that could make it as little as 72p/carton
Edited by: "bigted" 3rd Sep 2013

kingkhan9

If you see the original OP clearly says that this deal is about Quidco … If you see the original OP clearly says that this deal is about Quidco clicksnap and not about Asda or Tesco Milk



Exactly, and Quidco deals are not allowed in the deals section, otherwise we'd all be posting regular prices alongside their quidco offer.

This is just a normal priced item with Quidco on top.

people!! get a life. Thanks for the Quidco deal

mr.potato_head

Exactly, and Quidco deals are not allowed in the deals section, otherwise … Exactly, and Quidco deals are not allowed in the deals section, otherwise we'd all be posting regular prices alongside their quidco offer.This is just a normal priced item with Quidco on top.



Well maybe YOU would be, but I don't think many others would...

I'd personally say a one-off 40% cashback on milk is slightly different to posting a host of stuff with 2% cashback...

callum9999

I'm getting tired of this myth... If the prices the supermarkets pay for … I'm getting tired of this myth... If the prices the supermarkets pay for milk are truly unsustainable then we wouldn't have ANY major dairy farms at all.I don't doubt it makes life slightly tougher, but that's the life you buy into when you become a farmer (I personally do not see the attraction!).



50% have gone in the last decade. That suggests something is wrong.

I think the confusion was 2 litres 90p 4 pints £1 obviously 4 pints is more than 2 litres.

TonyLeMesmer

50% have gone in the last decade. That suggests something is wrong.



Yet the British milk supply is seemingly the same as it's ever been. I know I've never walked into a supermarket and been unable to buy it. That suggests to me that it's more a case of consolidation than closing down - something I don't personally care about.

Think of the poor farmers...Oh, and the cows.
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