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# Burger offer scanning at £1.41 instore @ Morrisons

Found 14th Jun
The burger offer i posted earlier is priced up wrong in my store
Edited by: "BigCheeseGlenni"

Presumably priced up on the label incorrectly @ £3 per kg?

Lol yea it looks like they've price at 3quid a kilo

karlie882 h, 51 m ago

Presumably priced up on the label incorrectly @ £3 per kg?

Yep. Should have £3 on the label. Ones in my local do. Ones in my local also look a lot more nicer than the one in the photo.

no it is priced @ £3 a kilo but the burger weighs 470g so £1.41 is the correct £ to kg ratio didnt anybody go to school.

paneds2 h, 1 m ago

no it is priced @ £3 a kilo but the burger weighs 470g so £1.41 is the c …no it is priced @ £3 a kilo but the burger weighs 470g so £1.41 is the correct £ to kg ratio didnt anybody go to school.

It isn't meant to be £3/kg. It is meant to be £3 regardless the actual weight. These are priced per unit not by weight. It'll be a mistake by whoever did the labelling. Won't be happening in other stores.

paneds13 h, 53 m ago

no it is priced @ £3 a kilo but the burger weighs 470g so £1.41 is the c …no it is priced @ £3 a kilo but the burger weighs 470g so £1.41 is the correct £ to kg ratio didnt anybody go to school.

So you made the burger weigh 470g to fit the maths. Your school taught you that?

GazmoX15th Jun

So you made the burger weigh 470g to fit the maths. Your school taught you …So you made the burger weigh 470g to fit the maths. Your school taught you that?

read the bottom of the label m0r0n it shows the burger is .470kg and above that over the barcode is net weight, also to the left it shows £/kg and underneath that is £3 clearly showing that it is in fact £3 per kilo and if you do the maths that works out to what I said earlier, so no I didnt make the burger 470g to fit the maths I just done the very simple maths and got the correct answer.