Bird's Eye Big Bite Burgers (4 Pack) Was £4.50 now 75p @ Tesco (Instore)
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Bird's Eye Big Bite Burgers (4 Pack) Was £4.50 now 75p @ Tesco (Instore)

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Found 12th Oct 2012
Seems a good price, picked some up with my shopping :).

I know they aren't worth £4.50... far from - but 75p isn't a bad price.

Pic in first post

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Original Poster

Sorry, it's upside down...

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Hot! Let's have a bbq

The biggest and best burgers and for 75p great value.

Great price.I think these are left over from when they reduced alot of their frozen range a few weeks back.I got loads of finest deserts yesterday from the Bramley branch which had been reduced again to 62p!!

The INSTORE ONLY deal hits the pages again NOTHING WRONG with that except sadly the OP failed to tell everyone where they got them from upside down till receipt NOT a problem but the Branch and Town/City might be really helpful. Thanks

Are these 100% steak and onion ?

thefatcontroller

The INSTORE ONLY deal hits the pages again NOTHING WRONG with that except … The INSTORE ONLY deal hits the pages again NOTHING WRONG with that except sadly the OP failed to tell everyone where they got them from upside down till receipt NOT a problem but the Branch and Town/City might be really helpful. Thanks



Looking at the pic I'm guessing somewhere in Australia

renderman

Are these 100% steak and onion ?



Doesn't it tell you on the deal page?

renderman

Are these 100% steak and onion ?



Ingredients

Beef (69%),Onion (12%) ,Rusk ,Water ,Beef Fat ,Onion Powder ,Salt ,Yeast ,Spices ,Natural Rosemary Flavouring ,Rusk: Wheat Flour, Salt

Birds Eye burgers are my favourite. Shame these ones are incredibly wide and very thin which makes them a pain to cook.

Nice tasting and unlike so many other brands of burgers, you don't get bits of gristle (or worse, bonechips) that you have to spit out. I really don't get how every major fast food place can do gristle free burgers but almost every supermarket burger has them (even the finest ranges).

Original Poster

thefatcontroller

The INSTORE ONLY deal hits the pages again NOTHING WRONG with that except … The INSTORE ONLY deal hits the pages again NOTHING WRONG with that except sadly the OP failed to tell everyone where they got them from upside down till receipt NOT a problem but the Branch and Town/City might be really helpful. Thanks



Found in Stalybridge. But thats irrelevant anyway as its national because it wasn't clearance, it's a price cut.

In store deals are posted so that people can check their locals for the deal. Doubt you would chase further than a few miles for 75p burgers anyway. The sole purpose is to make people aware and this triggers them to look.

Quit bitching.

Check for the summer BBQ stuff too. Got 4 masala quarter pounders for 50p. 4 lamb kofte kebabs 75p. 4 tuna skewers 75p. That was Dundee but I guess they'll be getting rid of the summer stuff nationwide. Saying that we didn't have much BBQ weather this year on Tayside X)

Good find!! These r really nice! I thought I'd found a bargain at £2.00 instead of £4.50 !! Take note they do shrink quite a bit thou x

You want a nice burger get co-op's aberdeen angus burgers they are delish.

Great price for these though and handy to keep in the freezer. heat added.

Heat added even though I wouldnt buy birdseye if YOU paid me. quality (and more than often not the ratio) of meat is disgusting. And @abigsmurf, youll find that all fastfood places, and indeed birdseye are selling beef pattes, made from random ground cow. It has to be ground so fine because of whats in it (hooves etc) hence why its 'gritfree'. I dont remember ever having problems with sainsburys fine range. Guess the best thing to do is go to a butcher for some decent burgers, or make them yourself:)

No mention of beef on the packet makes me think the 69% beef in them is stuff from a cow but not much other than fat and connective tissue. No thanks.

No mention of beef on the packet makes me think the 69% beef in them is stuff from a cow but not much other than fat and connective tissue. No thanks.

I had these the last time Tesco put them on offer. They were perfectly fine, though if you're having them in a bap like I always do, make sure you get a pack of 4 Wheatfield giant baps to go with them (49p last time I looked in my local Tesco).

If you're looking for a nicer burger, I like the Country Store Aberdeen Angus beef burgers they do in Tesco - 4 quarter pounders for 1.79 quid.


Edited by: "rkl" 13th Oct 2012
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