BOGOF Cheesecake @ English Cheesecake Company
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BOGOF Cheesecake @ English Cheesecake Company

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Found 15th Aug 2013
I have tried this website and the cakes are lovely!

There are a range of cakes that are BOGOF.

I have just received email for 15% mini cheesecake as well

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For that price, I'll make it myself!

WTF???? How does a company like this sell enough to actually make it a business? Prices are ridiculous.

furiousjammin

WTF???? How does a company like this sell enough to actually make it a … WTF???? How does a company like this sell enough to actually make it a business? Prices are ridiculous.



Looks nice. It must be better than that 'frozen' cheesecake on Celebrity Masterchef last night! However £19 can buy/make many cheesecakes...

Jack Fultons do a 12 inch cheesecakefor £1!

must be mad to spend that much on a cakeoO

Or buy 38 from Iceland!

£38 for a cheesecake? Have a meal out with my family for that.

So by the time it gets delivered, does it morph into Eton Mess?

HAHA. Costco comes to mind I could get 5 decent cakes from Costco if not more for that price

Mrs Mrs works in a traditional cake shop. You know the type. the ones where it looks like someone has picked up a shop from Kensington, and dropped it in downtown Baghdad. Does'nt look out of place at all in Leicester lol.

They make high end, stunning cakes. And charge around £9 or £10 i think. And i thought that was extortionate!!

Lol most expensive cheesecake ever

I'm in the process (last minute) of setting up a cheesecake company. However, my prices will only be £35.00 per cake, and I'd be grateful if someone could flag it up as a deal when up and running.

I thank you.

furiousjammin

WTF???? How does a company like this sell enough to actually make it a … WTF???? How does a company like this sell enough to actually make it a business? Prices are ridiculous.



because there are people like OP for every market.

Why buy a merc when a Kia will get you from a to b, why travel business class when standard class will do. People are willing to pay for bit of luxury and hand made touch.

oneman

because there are people like OP for every market. Why buy a merc when a … because there are people like OP for every market. Why buy a merc when a Kia will get you from a to b, why travel business class when standard class will do. People are willing to pay for bit of luxury and hand made touch.



How luxury can a cheesecake be?

i vill sell you for half price ok

dazbowski

How luxury can a cheesecake be?



How luxury can anything be? You can buy a burger for 99p up to £99, same with steak, why not the same for desserts? one thing for certain is I would rather pay much more rather than eat crap from iceland (hint: it's cheap due to the ingredients used).

That said I'm not suggesting this is a good deal, haven't voted.
Edited by: "delusion" 15th Aug 2013

I'm sure these cakes are yum. Yummer than the yummiest cake you've ever had.
But there has to be a limit to the amount you'd spend on one. It can't possibly taste 38 times or even 10 times better than a £1-£4 cake.

And if it really is that good....wait a minute. I've just read their website. It's a frozen cheesecake!!! For the love of god who is buying these things!


Edited by: "r1mmm3r" 15th Aug 2013

They do seem to do cheaper cheesecakes, £38 is their most expensive option for a 12 portion cake.

Personally won't pay quite that much but we have a woman at work who sells cakes at work for birthdays, leaving parties, etc and she charges £20 to £25 a cake.


Yummer than the yummiest cake you've ever had



Luxury cheesecakes are one of the easiest cakes to make.... yourself
Though sometimes a simple lemon one... is just as good for me...Yummmmmmmy

38 quid? Is this a joke?

Banned

try one there are a bit expensive but for a treat they are the best ive ever tasted with top notch ingredients the weight of them means you need two hands to carry them

Rip off Britain. cheesecake price should be regulated
and dont call them cheesecake if theyre not baked theyre basically soft cheese

"Your cake will be delivered to you frozen and packed in a large polystyrene box with dry ice. Take your cake out of the polystyrene box and dispose of the dry ice carefully..." englishcheesecake.com/res…kes
Edited by: "dealfella" 15th Aug 2013

Looking at how large it is / how many servings (24 on BOGOF), the BOGOF deal works out at £1.58 a portion, not too expensive ( for a premium product) vs cake shop; if buying for a large group, not a bad deal, for an individual/small family, it is a bad deal.

ouch - thought this was one of those subscription services where some gets delivered weekly/monthly

And the BOGOF is not the cake you are buying -

"Select a cake with a pink BOGOF sticker and get a free mystery Cake of the Moment."

How do they find customers at that price?

Not read the bit about the mystery cake, bit of false advertising there, as most people would understand BOGOF to be by one,get the same product for free. Far to warm at -268, this need to be far colder

waitrose cakes are lovely and fraction of the cost. cold

A Classic Strawberry Cheesecake Recipe

INGREDIENTS:

For the base:
200g Digestive Biscuits
100g Butter, melted

For the filling:
400g Cream Cheese
100g Castor Sugar
4 Eggs
Grated Rind and Juice from 1 Lemon

For the topping:
200g strawberries - halved
200g strawberries - puréed


METHOD:

Crush the Biscuits finely and stir in the melted Butter.

Fill the base of an 18cm loose-bottomed sandwich or cake tin and firm the biscuit crust down.

Mix the Sugar and Cream Cheese and add the beaten Eggs, Lemon Rind and Juice.

Pour over the Biscuit crust and bake at 180C for 45 minutes until set.

When cold, decorate with the halved Strawberries and pour over the puréed strawberries


ENJOY!!

Bought 5 of them... BOGOF.. i know.. but i didn't really need 6

I always make this one. Easy and delicious and probably works out at under a fiver!

nigella.com/rec…-34

I say good luck, anyone who can sell a cheesecake for 38 quid (or even 19!) desrves to do well... very well infact, praise over, what about a freebie?

This is one of the more blatant pieces of advertising I've seen in a while. The temperature indicates how hot a deal this one is...
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