Bonne Maman strawberry conserve £1.50 @ Tesco online should be instore too.
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Bonne Maman strawberry conserve £1.50 @ Tesco online should be instore too.

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Found 22nd Sep 2017
Bonne Maman strawberry conserve and some of other flavour £1.50 from original price £2.50 @Tesco online. Will check local tesco and buy more for stock when offer. Worth the price when offer for its quality
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Yep in store last night, apricot as well I think.
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Tesco also have a promo running - jam, mug and cake recipe for £2. Saw and bought today in Kingswood, nr Hull. Jam on its own in that store was £2.49
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sabresonic2 h, 22 m ago

[Image] Tesco also have a promo running - jam, mug and cake recipe for £2. …[Image] Tesco also have a promo running - jam, mug and cake recipe for £2. Saw and bought today in Kingswood, nr Hull. Jam on its own in that store was £2.49




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My French colleague going nuts again then. One of the few French things that taste the same here as in France he says.
I was in a German supermarket the other day and all these jams were 1.49 EUROS (normal price). That's about £1.32.

Not sure this whole EU thing is working out for us.
Edited by: "rumble" 23rd Sep 2017
In Costco a 750g jar is £2.99 without any special offer which just shows how much profit Tesco are making when the price is at its usual level.
This is the price is SHOULD be !
Great find.
rumble23rd Sep

I was in a German supermarket the other day and all these jams were 1.49 …I was in a German supermarket the other day and all these jams were 1.49 EUROS (normal price). That's about £1.32.Not sure this whole EU thing is working out for us.



rumble23rd Sep

I was in a German supermarket the other day and all these jams were 1.49 …I was in a German supermarket the other day and all these jams were 1.49 EUROS (normal price). That's about £1.32.Not sure this whole EU thing is working out for us.


Totally agree, most of the things you buy nowadays are cheaper overseas (except for loans and mortgages).
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