Birds Eye Petits Pois 545g £1.00 From £2.00 @ Morrisons
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Birds Eye Petits Pois 545g £1.00 From £2.00 @ Morrisons

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Found 3rd Feb 2014
Birds Eye Petits Pois 545g are currently half price at Morrisons @ £1.00 they have been previously posted at the same price and recieved a good response so I thought I would let all you Birds Eye Petits Pois fans that it is back on offer, it is instore and online

Previous Post Link @ Morrisons: hotukdeals.com/tag/dea…921

Previous Post @ Sainsburys: hotukdeals.com/tag/dea…101

Previous Post @ Tesco: hotukdeals.com/tag/dea…697

Price Comparison:

Waitrose - £1.65
ASDA - £1.65
Tesco - £1.65
Ocado - £1.65
Sainsbury's - £2.00

I hope this helps someone

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99p for 750g in Lidl, not BirdsEye but who cares

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senukas

99p for 750g in Lidl, not BirdsEye but who cares



Thank you for letting us know, I am sure it will help someone

senukas

99p for 750g in Lidl, not BirdsEye but who cares


Birdseye have the reputation of producing good products. People do care abt quality even its few pence extra. For me its a hot.
Edited by: "Baz417" 3rd Feb 2014

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Baz417

Birdseye have the reputation of producing good products. People do care … Birdseye have the reputation of producing good products. People do care any quality even its few pence extra. For me its a hot.



You like Birdeye so do I haha snap

senukas

99p for 750g in Lidl, not BirdsEye but who cares


I like to save money however some things I wouldn't compromise on. I would rather not have peas than buy any other. Thanks OP fab price! HOT!

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loving_green

I like to save money however some things I wouldn't compromise on. I … I like to save money however some things I wouldn't compromise on. I would rather not have peas than buy any other. Thanks OP fab price! HOT!



Snap you like Birds Eyes to your welcome, I am glad I could help

These were same price in Tesco Maesteg today, although Tesco site says £1.65 ticket in store said £2.00 down to £1.00 so i bought 2 bags anyway.

Banned

these are sweet and tender

senukas

99p for 750g in Lidl, not BirdsEye but who cares


Birdseye have the reputation of producing good products. People do care abt quality even its few pence extra. For me its a hot.
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Oh!

bbc.co.uk/new…189

Edited by: "Ego-X" 3rd Feb 2014

Ego-X

Birdseye have the reputation of producing good products. People do care … Birdseye have the reputation of producing good products. People do care abt quality even its few pence extra. For me its a hot.



Oh!

bbc.co.uk/new…189

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BBC broadcasting biased broadcast corporation. Lol

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Baz417

Oh!http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-21667189



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Biased Broadcast Corporation (aka BBC) lol, that made me laugh X), fortunatly veg does not contain horsemeat thankfully

I noticed an empty bag of peas in my neighbour's bin last night. I'll nip round and tell her about this stonking offer as soon as my mac has finished in the dryer.

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Michael_O

I noticed an empty bag of peas in my neighbour's bin last night. I'll nip … I noticed an empty bag of peas in my neighbour's bin last night. I'll nip round and tell her about this stonking offer as soon as my mac has finished in the dryer.



Spreading the HUKD vibe around

Anyone else think BE peas have dropped in quality since they moved abroad?
For more years than I care to remember they were always my first choice - guaranteed to be head and shoulders above the rest but alas no more.
I now shop around for frozen peas but have yet to find a consistent supply - whatever I buy they seem to vary enourmously in quality.

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