Finish "top of the range" Powerball Quantum Max Dishwasher Tablets Shine & Protect Lemon Sparkle £8 Asda
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Finish "top of the range" Powerball Quantum Max Dishwasher Tablets Shine & Protect Lemon Sparkle £8 Asda

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Found 11th May 2016
A good deal if you are a regular buyer.

45 tablets, works out at 17.8p per tablet.
Asda basic own brand works out at 13.3p per tablet when you buy 30.

£8 in Tesco too if ClubCard float's your boat.
£12 for the same in Sainsbury's
£1.7 billion in Morrisons
Approx 80% GDP in M&S
Lidl? Anyone's guess. Might be made of innocent and defenceless baby seals. Always check the wrapper, which is printed in a language and letters you don't understand, for your convenience.

Less than 5p difference per tablet between the bottom of the range and the top of the range at ASDA.

There's also a really interesting "find a golden powerball and win £10k" promotion
- said no one ever.

In-store, online, while stocks last.

I bought 3x packs earlier today as these "offers" do seem to crop up every few months. Still doesn't beat the Tesco sell off last week with fewer tablets in the pouch.

In fairness, the bog standard own brand tablets do sometimes end up splattered against dishes, so I'm happy to stock up on these every few months, and have never had any splatterings on the crockery since, so to speak.

Depends entirely on your grocery budget of course.

Enjoy!
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Sorry confusioning post. Where what deal?
Edited by: "mattgrant" 11th May 2016
Never paid more than 10p/tablet and my dishes have never suffered, and neither have any baby seals.
£8 for 45 is actually pretty expensive.

Aldi Magnum All in One are far better rated by Which? than these (Aldi 3rd best at 79% - these are rated 5th at just 72%) and cost just £3.99 for 40.
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Never paid more than 10p/tablet and my dishes have never suffered, and … Never paid more than 10p/tablet and my dishes have never suffered, and neither have any baby seals.


Awesome! :-) can you provide a link?
I've noticed that the big four supermarkets seem to alternate prices in pairs, probably based on them buying larger stock for a promo period at a lower price, and therefore driving customers to their store under the guise of being a generally lower price store.

Consumers are more wise of these tactics recently though. When I see a good deal on something I need regularly and non-perishable, I'll grab 3 months, or so, worth, throw it in the cupboard and jog on with my life.

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£8 for 45 is actually pretty expensive.Aldi Magnum All in One are far … £8 for 45 is actually pretty expensive.Aldi Magnum All in One are far better rated by Which? than these (Aldi 3rd best at 79% - these are rated 5th at just 72%) and cost just £3.99 for 40.


Cool, I might give them a go. Can't do worse than Asda "2 in 1"
Thanks
Aldi!
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