Birdseye frozen breakfast 79p @ tesco with a £1 off voucher from their book instore or online code is GR4L47
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Birdseye frozen breakfast 79p @ tesco with a £1 off voucher from their book instore or online code is GR4L47

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LocalFound 17th Jun 2016
Birds eye have launch a new breakfast range

This includes pancakes, waffles and croissants in various flavours
Instore for £1.79
However if you pick up the tesco free books there's a £1 voucher in it so making it 0.79p
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My son loves these,found the voucher today in the mag so picked up 4..
Might be better to put..with voucher..in your title.
Edited by: "wishwish" 17th Jun 2016
Does this have a code for use online please?
Thanks
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these mustn't be popular as they are being reduced everywhere
Love this sort of trash when I'm in Orlando but not so much here
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I tried them all on the try me free offer a month ago. I would say the only one I would buy again are the croissants with chocolate filling as they came out nice using an airfryer although the outer shell was thick for a croissant. The pancakes after toasting didn't come out well and were a bit dry. The waffles were so so , not sweet enough, dry again...not sure why they made it with cinnamon?
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sooziewoo

Does this have a code for use online please?Thanks



Yes the online code is gr4L47
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wishwish

Might be better to put..with voucher..in your title.



Thanks I will added it now
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sooziewoo

Does this have a code for use online please?Thanks



Add online code in title
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wolfraider

I tried them all on the try me free offer a month ago. I would say the … I tried them all on the try me free offer a month ago. I would say the only one I would buy again are the croissants with chocolate filling as they came out nice using an airfryer although the outer shell was thick for a croissant. The pancakes after toasting didn't come out well and were a bit dry. The waffles were so so , not sweet enough, dry again...not sure why they made it with cinnamon?



The children wanted to try them so for 79p why not they seem to like them
Non in my locaI store, went today, I asked a member of staff and she said it would be the big superstores that stock them.
Thanks, heat given, wouldn't normally eat this but for 79p I'll try it.
Tried these 2 weeks ago from Tesco when they were £1
Unfortunately very dry after toasting cooked from frozen as pack suggests ....
Very disappointed, does anyone have a better Ideas how to make these nicer different way of cooking ?
Round waffles! HOT.
snowflake75

these mustn't be popular as they are being reduced everywhere


They have gone up from the 1.00 introductory price to 1.79 now,I was happy to pay the quid as my boy likes them,wouldn't pay the 1.79 though so the voucher off price is good for me.
I tried the waffles when they were free from Sainsbury and they have an awful stink to them..a bit like they've been cooked in lard or some other animal fat. Probably haven't, but not a nice whiff all the same and the taste is fairly bland. Were ok for free but wouldn't buy them.
My local Tesco rarely has magazines Does anybody have link please for coupons in free Tesco Mag Thank you
more nutritious eating the voucher
Cant find link to Tesco free magazine vouchers as my store hasn't got any magazines left. Hopefully someone can help Thanks
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