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Fairy Platinum Washing Up Liquid Original 383ML 95p @ Asda
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Fairy Platinum Washing Up Liquid Original 383ML 95p @ Asda

£0.95£15%Asda Deals
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Posted 10th Jun
Important. This deal is not a guarantee there will be any stock in the store, so please don’t make a trip you wouldn’t have made otherwise just for this item. Please shop responsibly and continue to help slow the spread of Covid-19.



Cheapest I can see it. Get hands as soft as your face, apparently. Free to collect instore, otherwise you pay Asda's delivery cost (up to £6.50) and need to spend £40 min.

So prob best to just pop it in your weekly shop!
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Can’t remember if it’s Iceland or a Home Bargains, but I got a 1190ml in pomegranate for £2 not long ago. Don’t think it was Asda but could have been.
Oooh are Asda deals allowed again?
I wonder why they've switched Platinum from the silver bottle to a transparent one.....
Stompa10/06/2020 13:59

I wonder why they've switched Platinum from the silver bottle to a …I wonder why they've switched Platinum from the silver bottle to a transparent one.....


I thought the same, Platinum was easier to look for on the shelves in a silver bottle
coldpop10/06/2020 11:12

Can’t remember if it’s Iceland or a Home Bargains, but I got a 1190ml in po …Can’t remember if it’s Iceland or a Home Bargains, but I got a 1190ml in pomegranate for £2 not long ago. Don’t think it was Asda but could have been.


The red colour one ? Yes I bought it in Home Bargains ( smells nice as Well ) bargain for that huge size
Mysticaltopaz2410/06/2020 16:18

The red colour one ? Yes I bought it in Home Bargains ( smells nice as …The red colour one ? Yes I bought it in Home Bargains ( smells nice as Well ) bargain for that huge size


Yep. Red.
Stompa10/06/2020 13:59

I wonder why they've switched Platinum from the silver bottle to a …I wonder why they've switched Platinum from the silver bottle to a transparent one.....


Maybe it’s easier to recycle. Might be wrong.
Niche12310/06/2020 19:35

Maybe it’s easier to recycle. Might be wrong.


Maybe, but they do still seem to use silver bottles - just not for platinum.
Mysticaltopaz2410/06/2020 16:15

Yes allowed back now (angel). …Yes allowed back now (angel). https://www.hotukdeals.com/discussions/asda-currently-suspended-from-hotukdeals-3367073#comment-41040010


Wow I have learnt about discussion page
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