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Founders All Day IPA x6 £5 @ Booths
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Found 2nd DecFound 2nd Dec
Seen at Lytham Booths. For those who don’t shop at Home Bargains...

Picked up 12 in booths Chorley, they had loads.

Might go back when I've not got the Mrs with me and spend the rest of my money.

Best lPA around in my opinion.

Hooray for Booths!

Awesome beer. Have some heat

Saw these 6 packs in asda "Sheffield" today. It's a nice well hopped ipa.
Whitley neill quince gin 70cl - £21 at booths supermarkets
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01/01/2018Expires on 01/01/2018Found 25th OctFound 25th Oct
Whitley neill quince gin now £21 from £28 Booths stores. All stores I was told. Till January next year

Or try half a shot mixed in to a double of any of your regular Gins (Gordons for example) for a nice change.

Great find, I have tried dozens of gins over the last few months, but this one is by far the best...an absolute blast of flavour.
I drink it neat over ice, it's superb.
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5 Kinder Egg Surprise for £1 at Booths, Kendal
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Found 15th SepFound 15th Sep
5 Kinder Egg Surprise for £1 at Booths, Kendal. Not sure if it's all Booths. RRP stated as 85p each
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Booths in Garstang have them.

That is good for Booths, only been in that shop when visiting Kendal , Windermere and Keswick and blimey they are more expensive than Harrods !

Eggs-cellent deal!

Sorry

Still 100's left 10 mins ago.

Booths is the Waitrose of the North for those who havent heard of it.
Blackwoods 2012 Vintage Gin (40%) @ Booths Supermarkets for £18
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Found 1st SepFound 1st Sep
I'd popped into my local "Booths" expecting to pay the usual slightly-over-the-odds price for a bottle of my favourite gin and was pleased to find that it was on offer - £18 a bott… Read more
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Was 19 quid at Sainsbury's on Saturday if not got a booths.

If you like Blackwoods check out their 60% version. It's awesome!
Completely free tea, coffee, latte, cappuccino at Booth's stores NORTHERN ENGLAND ONLY
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Found 29th JunFound 29th Jun
This chain of about 40-50 stores still doesn't make one purchase something for a free hot drink from the machine. Simply have your card scanned at a manned till and a cup shall be… Read more

I think Waitrose do the same.

Tally Ho old bean, one could get a cup on the way to the 3 day eventing

Great thanks ...

includes cadburys hot chocolate(when available as a lot ask for it so sometimes you have to wait a few days for new stock) in a sachet given at til w
ith cup~just add hot water from machine.

Spiffing. Thank you
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Free Coffee (incl. cappuccino, latte) or Tea at Booths stores every day from machine (Northern England only)
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Interestingly, as Waitrose has ended its (not it's) 4.5 year old freebie offer, Booths has continued its "copycat" offer. One cup of Tea or Coffee is free for Booths members daily… Read more

also cadburys hot chocolate is free too

Wow didn't even notice Booths wasn't in the South until now when I checked their map!

http://www.booths.co.uk/stores/

Surprised to see a supermarket with so few stores in the country, no wonder their prices are so high!
Edited by: "kiradotee" 14th Apr

Also free drinks in the cafe if you buy food.
Teapig herbal teas available in the cafe as well. This offer has been on for a while but some people still don't know about it at they are still paying for drinks !!
But definitely makes me go in more often than I used to so it has worked from a marketing point of view

How dare a company only have outlets in the 'North' and not London. They then have the cheek to offer a freebie which is then plainly not available to Londoners. Call the Mayor of London, get this outrage stopped now !

gabesdad

So it's a minority offer that only customers would know about really, and … So it's a minority offer that only customers would know about really, and in one area of the country.


but its free and you're complaining
Booths Cafes, free hot drink to sit-in when buying any food item from 60p
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Found 25th JanFound 25th Jan
Not as good as the Waitrose Cafe offer, for this you have to buy a food item, and bananas are not available. You can't buy a drink upgrade or kids meal. The cheapest item is yogh… Read more

Original Poster

Updated OP to show 60p minimum cost.

you get a free drink to take out when presenting your Booths card at the till with any purchase

Thanks op, the cafes sound nice
Booths supermarkets free tea/coffee from machine NORTHERN ENGLAND ONLY
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Found 25th JanFound 25th Jan
This has been going for over 3 years, Booths is a northern version of Waitrose, they copied Waitrose with this offer! Get a free cup every day just have your card scanned at till … Read more

charles w

Yes, including spelling lessons.


Granted, my dictionary is not the latest!:{

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might be worth checking booths out

digbys

The cloth cap,pidgeons and ferret brigade get everything free!oO


Yes, including spelling lessons.

nlman

They had shops up north in the nineteenth century - fu#k me you learn … They had shops up north in the nineteenth century - fu#k me you learn something new every day!!!!



I'd encourage you to learn more than one thing everyday.
Ferrero rocher 525g tray - £8 instore @ Booths
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Found 7th Dec 2016Found 7th Dec 2016
Ferrero rocher 525g tray Half price at booths longridge store Large tray maybe other stores
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It is not Xmas till you get a box of Ferrero rocher.

Mmmmm ferrero

Mmm maggot chocolates

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t002236

I'll have 11 of them! Could you point me in the direction of the code?



i still have to find one lol, so used to them always having a code :P

057907

cheaper in tesco tho only with a new email address and as and order of 11 … cheaper in tesco tho only with a new email address and as and order of 11 x 525g @ £5.50 each £60.5 total - £15 £45.50 for a total of 264 or .01723p each here is 0.1904p know just to ask why would anyone want 264 of them, and is there currently a £15 o £60 tescos code going about, if not this can be ignored :P


I'll have 11 of them! Could you point me in the direction of the code?
Old pulteney whiskey 70cl half price - £27 @ Booths
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Found 7th Dec 2016Found 7th Dec 2016
Old pulteney whiskey 70cl Commemorative edition Half price at £27 booths longridge Maybe other stores Note that this is Old Pulteney Clipper - a limited run whisky (2,700 … Read more
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You are correct.
The OP should have specified "Clipper"in the post title (Old Pulteney Clipper whisky 70cl) and not just in the first comment.
Would be hotter if people who vote from the title realised this.

Edited by: "buckm" 8th Dec 2016

buckmr2

You can usually find this at £24/ £25 in some supermarkets.Makro have t … You can usually find this at £24/ £25 in some supermarkets.Makro have this for £21.79 including VAT until 3rd Jan


I believe you're thinking of Old Pulteney 12YO, not Clipper

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Whisky (plural whiskies) shows that the product was made in either Scotland, Wales, Canada or Japan, whereas whiskey (plural whiskeys) shows that it was made in either Ireland or America.

buckmr2

Prefer whisky to whiskeyCan't stand that Irish stuff



I copied the whisk(e)y spelling from OP

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You say whiskey, I say **** WHISKY. WTF, another misleading post. Scottish whisky is WHISKY.
Green & Black's Organic Connoisseur Collection 580g £9 Booths instore
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Found 7th Dec 2016Found 7th Dec 2016
RRP £18 LOL - but Amazon currently £13. Just seen in Booths MediaCity - at all booths apparently.

Tesco Offer was for a smaller box I do believe

kealley

£5.50 in Tescos



Nope, have a look at the Tesco one again.

£5.50 in Tescos
Hobgoblin Halloween 8 bottles for £8 @ Booths Instore
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Found 24th Oct 2016Found 24th Oct 2016
£8 for 8 bottles, Bargain! Booths at Hale Barns, not sure if Local or National
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picked up @ tesco For 1.25

picorosco

Brilliant stuff. one of my favourites. I just wish I could find … Brilliant stuff. one of my favourites. I just wish I could find somewhere that sells Dunkel Fester.



Aldi sells dunked fester!

Brilliant stuff. one of my favourites. I just wish I could find somewhere that sells Dunkel Fester.

Available in Ulverston too. These are lower ABV at 4.5%, the £2.15 ones are 5.2%. Still cracking value and a nice beer.

Sadly, Booths isn't national. I wish it were...
2 pizzas, choice of drink and a side £10 @ Booths (instore)
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Found 7th Sep 2016Found 7th Sep 2016
I posted this the last time it was on, and I've just seen their Facebook page with this again. They've added a few items this time as well. Still think they should add a dessert… Read more

This could persuade me to go into a Booths. oO

Booths is the closest supermarket we've got to Waitrose & they're great for sourcing local suppliers.

leewills8

Booths? Is this an "up norf" only deal?



​Yes it is,

Booths? Is this an "up norf" only deal?

thought you had a lisp and you meant boots, there
Old Pulteney 12 yr old single malt, currently £21.89 in Booths
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Found 11th Jul 2016Found 11th Jul 2016
Booths currently have the 12yr Old Pulteney for £21.89, that's the lowest I can ever remember seeing it. I've yet to try a bad expression from this distillery, at this price it wou… Read more
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IndianaBlues

​I have a (un?)healthy selection of most of the Scottish regions as well a … ​I have a (un?)healthy selection of most of the Scottish regions as well as Japanese, I find it's down to mood as much as taste. Sometimes i really want a big antiseptic, peaty hit, whereas others it could be sweet, or salty or floral etc. In other words... why stick to just one type?



Very true.

By the way, its not in stock at the moment, and at the price quoted, I'm not sure it ever will be, but Amazon have a Port Askaig 16 year old single malt for £44.99. Normally this is around £80. Its been bottled for the owners of the Whisky Exchange ("Speciality Drinks Ltd"), but chances are its a Caol Ila.

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theyiddo

I guess it all depends on what you want in a whisky. I also love Aberlour … I guess it all depends on what you want in a whisky. I also love Aberlour 12 (more of a sherry influence), but not such a fan of the Glenmorangie 10 (too much if a bourbon taste in it for me). The likes of Lagavulin, whilst loved by many don't do it for me at all because of the peat. With whisky it really can be trial and error for most people until you come across something you really like.



​I have a (un?)healthy selection of most of the Scottish regions as well as Japanese, I find it's down to mood as much as taste. Sometimes i really want a big antiseptic, peaty hit, whereas others it could be sweet, or salty or floral etc. In other words... why stick to just one type?

abumonkey

That's for a half bottle though isn't it? If not then that'd be even … That's for a half bottle though isn't it? If not then that'd be even more of an amazing price than this is!



Sorry abumonkey. You're quite right. That would be the 35cl. They do a good deal on the liqueur version (Stroma) 50cl at £16.99 though. Lovely stuff.

coalfield

Bought this last time it was on offer. I was disappointed, much better … Bought this last time it was on offer. I was disappointed, much better whiskey out there for this price imho.




I guess it all depends on what you want in a whisky. I also love Aberlour 12 (more of a sherry influence), but not such a fan of the Glenmorangie 10 (too much if a bourbon taste in it for me). The likes of Lagavulin, whilst loved by many don't do it for me at all because of the peat. With whisky it really can be trial and error for most people until you come across something you really like.

Bought this last time it was on offer. I was disappointed, much better whiskey out there for this price imho.
Jennings Bitter 3.5% Booths 0.70p a bottle Booths
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Found 1st Jul 2016Found 1st Jul 2016
Booths Media City Jennings Bitter 3.5% (very drinkable) 0.70p a bottle and/or 8 packs for £5.60 And ok session beer

love it on tap. not sure I've had it out of bottles. any good?

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it's only slightly stronger than Bass Shandy.. Hopefully it tastes ok.
Hot from me as it can be drunk anytime of day due to the lack of alcohol in it..
Sunday morning breakfast with poached eggs and beans and 6 pints of Jennings.
The Glenlivet Single Malt Whisky 12 Years Old 35cl (half bottle) £12.00 @ Booths
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Found 15th Jun 2016Found 15th Jun 2016
This extremely popular whisky is being discontinued in the UK, for the no-age-statement blend. A real shame... Get it while you can. £12 is a bargain price, I expect it to sell out… Read more
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I am with the original poster. The 12yo is a lovely drop of scotch. The Founders Reserve is a poor replacement and the half a bottle I've not drunk can sit there waiting for an unwelcome visitor. I'd love to be elitist about scotch but my budget won't stretch that far.

thanks for sharing James Smith. I'll be on that when I'm back in the NW at the end of the week

Masterofmalt ratings, Founders Reserve - 2/5 from 148 ratings, Glenlivet 12 - 4/5 from 203 ratings.

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rossss

You keep calling it a blend, its a malt, not a blend lol, not only that … You keep calling it a blend, its a malt, not a blend lol, not only that but it's replacing the 12 which is roughly on par with it, hence it being a similar price at the entry level of malts, your misguided elitism is quite amusing, get off the bandwagon and see them both for what they truly are, lowish priced malts that are fine for a tipple, neither one is distinctly better than the other, both are quite enjoyable, neither are a blend.



Wrong. In fact the majority of single malts are blends. NAS assures you of the youngest whisky used, so the contents of Glenlivit 12 are aged for 12 years minimum. As we all know, whisky improves with age. That's why NAS is an indicator of quality, which is sorely lacking from founders reserve, which is bulked out with an unknown quantity of whisky that isn't matured.

I can only echo what Matty said regarding The Glenlivit.. OK the 12 isn't the worlds most amazing whisky, but it's popular - the world No.2 biggest seller - and for many people their first foray into single malts. So it's very strange for someone to defend the discontinuation (in the UK) of one of the most popular, recognisable products, for an inferior substitute.

If you don't find this argument compelling enough, consider that the producers of The Glenlivit, Chivas Brothers, put out a the following statement which you can read in full at the link beneath.

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MattyGr

A NAS whisky is NOT on par with a 10/12 year old whisky. The founders … A NAS whisky is NOT on par with a 10/12 year old whisky. The founders reserve has been slated in reviews and is nowhere near as good as the Glenlivet 12. The fact that it's a similar price is more about buyers being ripped off rather than it being of a similar value. There's a good reason why founders reserve is nearly always reduced.



Theres a good reason the 12 was almost always reduced when it was more widely available too; and as i said, hop off the bandwagon for a second and see them both for what they are, entry level malts, and they both fill that role nicely, to say the 12 is distinctly better is completely subjective and down to personal taste. If the founders reserve was distinctly poorer, then its competition would be cheap blended whiskies like grouse, that isnt the case though, its a cheap malt that does the job just like the 12.

rossss

You keep calling it a blend, its a malt, not a blend lol, not only that … You keep calling it a blend, its a malt, not a blend lol, not only that but it's replacing the 12 which is roughly on par with it, hence it being a similar price at the entry level of malts, your misguided elitism is quite amusing, get off the bandwagon and see them both for what they truly are, lowish priced malts that are fine for a tipple, neither one is distinctly better than the other, both are quite enjoyable, neither are a blend.




A NAS whisky is NOT on par with a 10/12 year old whisky. The founders reserve has been slated in reviews and is nowhere near as good as the Glenlivet 12. The fact that it's a similar price is more about buyers being ripped off rather than it being of a similar value. There's a good reason why founders reserve is nearly always reduced.
2 x Pizza, 1 x Salad, 1 x Prosecco £10 @ Booths
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Found 3rd Jun 2016Found 3rd Jun 2016
Title and Photo say it all Pretty good price from a more pricey supermarket. Seen in Booths MediaCityUK, Red, Salford M50 2BS

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​In my stomach by the end of tonight!

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