Christmas Veg packs at Asda **Now 1p**
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Christmas Veg packs at Asda **Now 1p**

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Found 10th Dec 2017
Update 26/12 - Now from 1p instore!



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Starting on the 20th December till the 27th Asda Instore (and possibly Online) are doing their 20p Veg packs again this year

On sale will be Parsnips, Carrots, Sprouts and Broccoli

Cheap Veg for all your Christmas dinners

Or for making all those lovely tasting soups with left overs

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Great prices.

I'd imagine Aldi will be beating that with their 19p offers then.

gdarsey30 m ago

The sooner that supermarkets are banned from selling anything under cost …The sooner that supermarkets are banned from selling anything under cost the better.Why can't we have laws like the rest of Europe that bans this from happening.


You're a member of hotukdeals yet you're moaning when something's great value? You can pay £1 a pack at Waitrose instead if you want...

What a marketing ploy to get people through the doors especially Christmas week. Same as at Bank holidays I always get the morrisons extra points bonus for that week and Tesco money off vouchers come through round about the same time. Not knocking the deal and voted hot but the supermarkets know what they are doing.

billicho2 h, 55 m ago

Voting hot for the price but I imagine these will be force grown and full …Voting hot for the price but I imagine these will be force grown and full of chemicals, I bet they won’t taste great.



There the ones I want saves going to Holland & Barrett.
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Great prices.

I'd imagine Aldi will be beating that with their 19p offers then.

Thanks for posting.

Super price. Thanks for posting

Great deal as the latest lidl mag shows theirs for 29p. I’m sure they will be matching now asda have announced pricing
Although they do have potatoes in their offer
Edited by: "teddy2paws" 10th Dec 2017

What a marketing ploy to get people through the doors especially Christmas week. Same as at Bank holidays I always get the morrisons extra points bonus for that week and Tesco money off vouchers come through round about the same time. Not knocking the deal and voted hot but the supermarkets know what they are doing.

Great thanks for the post

Voting hot for the price but I imagine these will be force grown and full of chemicals, I bet they won’t taste great.

teddy2paws4 h, 21 m ago

Great deal as the latest lidl mag shows theirs for 29p. I’m sure they will …Great deal as the latest lidl mag shows theirs for 29p. I’m sure they will be matching now asda have announced pricingAlthough they do have potatoes in their offer


The Aldi Xmas potato offer last year was possibly the best veg offer of 2016.

billicho2 h, 55 m ago

Voting hot for the price but I imagine these will be force grown and full …Voting hot for the price but I imagine these will be force grown and full of chemicals, I bet they won’t taste great.



There the ones I want saves going to Holland & Barrett.

Last year the Asda cheap veg was very hit and miss quality.
About half of the stuff on the shelves needed binning and the packet size was small.

Having said that if you sorted through the rubbish it was a good deal.

morrig5 h, 55 m ago

There the ones I want saves going to Holland & Barrett.


They sell veg?

billicho13 h, 45 m ago

Voting hot for the price but I imagine these will be force grown and full …Voting hot for the price but I imagine these will be force grown and full of chemicals, I bet they won’t taste great.

Your a bit behind the times. Fruit and vegetables have not tasted of anything since the supermarkets started to put their ideas of perfection onto food from the late 60's​

robin585818 h, 27 m ago

Your a bit behind the times. Fruit and vegetables have not tasted of …Your a bit behind the times. Fruit and vegetables have not tasted of anything since the supermarkets started to put their ideas of perfection onto food from the late 60's​


That’s why I only buy organic

Get your buttocks ready for FartWars

Great thanks, luckily i live just a few mins walk from an asda superstore so will take full advantage of this

Bought these Parsnips, Carrots, Sprouts (and Potatoes from memory), December 2016, ASDA, they were by the door when you walked in, no complaints. I did feel a bit chuffed as didn't buy anything else.
Under a quid, can't really go wrong. Would prefer home grown obviously, more intense favour.
Edited by: "deany76" 18th Dec 2017

CKEBROWN22125 m ago

Get your buttocks ready for FartWars


Horse & cart! Lol
Mork & Mindy! Lol

Work out the cockney rhyme. Lol

The sooner that supermarkets are banned from selling anything under cost the better.

Why can't we have laws like the rest of Europe that bans this from happening.

gdarsey30 m ago

The sooner that supermarkets are banned from selling anything under cost …The sooner that supermarkets are banned from selling anything under cost the better.Why can't we have laws like the rest of Europe that bans this from happening.


You're a member of hotukdeals yet you're moaning when something's great value? You can pay £1 a pack at Waitrose instead if you want...

gdarsey43 m ago

The sooner that supermarkets are banned from selling anything under cost …The sooner that supermarkets are banned from selling anything under cost the better.Why can't we have laws like the rest of Europe that bans this from happening.


You mean like the French have a butter shortage because low prices have been fixed?
No butter on the shelves because producers cannot afford to sell at the low fixed price!
Fixed prices eliminate competition and are against consumer interest.

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Sarcasm detectors broken......

Bargain!

UKtom1 h, 40 m ago

You're a member of hotukdeals yet you're moaning when something's great …You're a member of hotukdeals yet you're moaning when something's great value? You can pay £1 a pack at Waitrose instead if you want...


LOL Waitrose are £1.35 for the sprouts - though that is for a full kilogram, just slightly more than Asda growers selection which are 65P per 500grams.

happychappy1 h, 28 m ago

You mean like the French have a butter shortage because low prices have …You mean like the French have a butter shortage because low prices have been fixed?No butter on the shelves because producers cannot afford to sell at the low fixed price!Fixed prices eliminate competition and are against consumer interest.


No not at all read what I have put. Its about selling items under the cost price something completely different. How would you like to be a greengrocer who is under cut by a supermarkets power. How many millions do you think they are losing on deals like this to be made up by a penny on the beans and 5 -10 p on other items. The reason that there is a shortage of butter which is worldwide by the way is because there are less cows due to poor prices being paid by supermarkets strangely and uplift in butter sales.
UKtom1 h, 41 m ago

You're a member of hotukdeals yet you're moaning when something's great …You're a member of hotukdeals yet you're moaning when something's great value? You can pay £1 a pack at Waitrose instead if you want...



I am not knocking the fact it cheap just what it does to distort the true cost of what you are buying and subsequently a shoppers mind set.

Tesco's are selling there's at 29p but they include potatoes.

Yeah the tescos 29p seems really good especially with bags of potatos included

These will be perfect to brew up some stinky farts at christmas

Mrs_Pacey1 h, 12 m ago

Tesco's are selling there's at 29p but they include potatoes.


Morrisons have 3 for £1 which is more, but it includes maris piper potatoes (not regular white) swede, leaks which are like £1?

buying xmas veg 20.12? I'd not risk it.

Drooler1 h, 28 m ago

buying xmas veg 20.12? I'd not risk it.


Hey? Risk what? Are you saying you wouldn't buy veg to use 5 days later?!

Just my experience, but supermarket veg seems to go off so quickly. I find "market" veg lasts longer.

Just being sceptical about cheap veg. I wonder if quality suffers. Hey, a bargain is a bargain....couldn't agree more. But I'd personally wanna use it quickly.

Drooler1 h, 49 m ago

buying xmas veg 20.12? I'd not risk it.


You don't have to use it on the 25th! Just had fried, in sesame oil, brussel sprouts with cod. Delicious with a bit of salt, pepper, and garlic for seasoning. Yummy nom nom.

One day two brussels sprouts, who were best friends, were walking together down the street. They stepped off the curb and a speeding car came around the corner and ran one of them over. The uninjured brussels sprout called 999 and helped his injured friend as best he was able. The injured brussels sprout was taken to emergency at the hospital and rushed into surgery. After a long and agonising wait, the doctor finally appeared. He told the uninjured brussels sprout, "I have good news, and I have bad news. The good news is that your friend is going to pull through." "The bad news is that he's going to be a vegetable for the rest of his life".

Anyone know what Aldi have for 19p? Just wondering if to go there or Morrisons for variety

Just thought I'd mention here that Tesco do the same thing for 29p, and it includes the 2kg bags of potatoes and 1kg bags of carrots! Have seen this in a few of the Tesco stores in London already.

n15hu20 h, 1 m ago

Horse & cart! LolMork & Mindy! Lol Work out the cockney rhyme. Lol …Horse & cart! LolMork & Mindy! Lol Work out the cockney rhyme. Lol


Tuppeny-bits? Lol x

gill712 h, 7 m ago

Tuppeny-bits? Lol x


Lovely Bristol's Gill. Lol x

Crappy produce that will already be going off being packed in plastic.

Reviews for the sprouts on the Asda website are bad. I Will try Sainsbury's, or Tesco.

UKtom18th Dec

You're a member of hotukdeals yet you're moaning when something's great …You're a member of hotukdeals yet you're moaning when something's great value? You can pay £1 a pack at Waitrose instead if you want...


What exactly is your problem? Supermarkets will be selling these at a huge loss, the farmers are not losing out as the contracts for this year was completed in September. Supermarkets would be hoping for additional sales of Christmas items to make up for the loss of cheap veg.
If you are still concerned shop at Waitrose or Harrods, of course you can move to purchasing Organic veg as well.

It's about time shops brought the price of fruit and veg down, instead of everything which is full of fat such as cakes and chocolate......You cannot win with people like you.
Edited by: "TheEnglish909" 20th Dec 2017
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