The Food Warehouse (Iceland) Deals

The Food Warehouse (Iceland) Deals & Offers

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All The Food Warehouse (Iceland) Deals, Discounts & Sales for September 2018

Surf 130 wash Lily and Ylang Ylang £6.50 - Absolute bargain at 5p per wash - Iceland Food Warehouse
LocalLocalFound 21 h, 4 m agoFound 21 h, 4 m ago
Had a full pallet of this and not marked as reduced to clear
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Seen 100 wash instore for £10


Yes - Island Green


Wrexham island green?


Was there yesterday, typical! Absolute steal.


The one i've seen is different from the Iceland near me. There's still the freezers but i think there's more bulk buy produce in there and they've had home style items in there. i managed to buy my boys a pair of headphones each in the one i visited.

Walkers Variety Crisps 40 Box 40x25g £3.79 @ Iceland Food Warehouse
LocalLocalFound 6th SepFound 6th Sep
National deal, check local store for stock 10 x Cheese N Onion 10 x Ready Salted 10 x Prawn Cocktail 10 x Salt N Vinegar 25g bags
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Galaxy milk chocolate 360g instore at Food Warehouse £2.50
LocalLocalFound 5th SepFound 5th Sep
Nice big bar for only £2.50 food warehouse so maybe in Iceland too
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in this case less for more money!


Hmm, not voted either way, but I've only just finished a 390g bar (best before July '18) and another 390g dated Sept '18 that I only paid £2 each for. I guess 350g is the new 390g (shock) It's been like this for years, don't put prices up on certain items but give you a little less for the same money :p


Same price at Asda at the moment. Yes, they were definitely 390g until recently.


weren't these bars 30g more a few months back? Bloody Trump and his trade tariffs.


Please don't tempt me

Greggs Cheese and Onion Bakes or Sausage and Bean Melts £1 at The Food Warehouse ( Free drink voucher too, see description)
LocalLocalFound 4th SepFound 4th Sep
Cheese and onion bakes or sausage and bean melts are reduced from £1.69 to £1 at The Food Warehouse. You also get a voucher with your receipt that gives you a free Greggs branded … Read more
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I used my voucher last week on a coffee at Greggs 8)


I found a couple of these in a trolley outside Iceland and they worked on Greggs Cloudy Lemonade Drink if you don't want a hot drink. Any greggs branded cold drink is vlaid in this offer.


Cheese and onion bakes and sausage and bean melts are both £1 at Iceland, all other Greggs products are £1.69, with the exception of the limited edition Steak and Cheese Rolls '£2.


It was £1.69 for the sausage rolls.


Yes I agree. Whilst Greggs prices have gone up, the size of the pasties etc has shrunk. So an even bigger relative price increase/gram. Greggs are one of the places that still charge you extra 20% for eating in. Many of the other eating establishments have likely already incorporated that into their pricing so whilst it appears free to eat there in reality you are always being charged extra whether you eat in or take away.

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Nestle original coffee mate £3.50 instore @ The Food Warehouse
LocalLocalFound 2nd SepFound 2nd Sep
Nestle original coffee mate offer's back again, 1kg for £3.5 in Iceland Food Warehouse. In store only, I couldn't find anything on their website.

nice find been waiting for this to come back on deal

Pepsi max and tango 24 x 330ml cans £5.69 @ The Food Warehouse
Found 18th AugFound 18th Aug
24 cans of pepsi max or tango for £5.69. Cheapest ive seen it for a while
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Pepsi Max is sugar free...


With an NHS or other Blue Light type staff badge, you still get an extra 10% off at Iceland + Food - until close of day, Sunday the 2nd of September :) They'll give you a special Blue Bonus Card.


In Scotland, only stores in Edinburgh and Glasgow just now.

Kopperberg Strawberry and Lime Cider 5 ltr keg £8.99 @ Iceland Warehouse
LocalLocalFound 13th AugFound 13th Aug
Found in Gloucester Peel Centre. It is an Iceland Warehouse so may not be at normal Iceland outlets.

Yes it's cool, mistakes are made.


Only one store in the south west :( like 100 miles away (lol)


Good price but too far to go


It does contain apples though ;)


None left is Gloucester one when I visited today, but never been in there before thanks for new experience lol got some other deals

24x330ml can Pepsi max £5.49 thefoodwarehouse
LocalLocalFound 7th AugFound 7th Aug
24x330ml can Pepsi max
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I saw tango Orange 5.49


Anyone know if 7up or Sprite available at this price or is it just Pepsi Max?


Thanks op just picked up a case


Don’t think it is sorry but you can try


Anyone know if this will be in regular Iceland shops?

Gillette Mach 3 razor blades £10 @ Iceland warehouse lowestoft
LocalLocalFound 7th AugFound 7th Aug
Spotted in Iceland warehouse lowestoft. Now been reduced to £10 a pack.

£20 in Wakefield store


Hi I've added Mach 3 to title as the Gillette Fusion was posted earlier by @karen.jonest0v here Thanks to both members for taking the time to add instore pics (y)

Coca Cola 24 pk - £5.99 in food warehouse Iceland
LocalLocalFound 1st AugFound 1st Aug
Coca Cola 24 pk 5.99 also Coca Cola zero 24pk 5.99 this is the stacked box 12 above 12 but they had a flat pack of 24 for 5.49 in my local food warehouse today (Wakefield

Coca Cola is far from natural.


I went in regardless and picked some up. Cracking find op.

Do they have online site ?


Yes I meant zero but they do have Pepsi max at same price


Max coke? Do you mean zero? As max is pepsi.

Maggi So Juicy Cooking Bags 50p each or 4 for £1 at the Food Warehouse
LocalLocalFound 31st JulFound 31st Jul
Maggi So Juicy cook in bags are 50p each or 4 for £1 at the Food Warehouse. Flavours include Garlic Chicken, Mexican Chicken and Sticky BBQ.

They are in Iceland stores at this price now too


The garlic chicken one is nice


Not bad for 25p each. They give the chicken breast quite a nice flavour.


These any good ?

Gillette Fusion Proshield and 9 Razors - £10 instore @ The Food Warehouse (Iceland)
Refreshed 7th AugRefreshed 7th AugLocalLocal
The food warehouse by Iceland
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Went to Peterborough store today to see if any left. Only had Match 3 and they were priced at £20. Guess I miss out on this one ;(


Takes me 5 mins. But to each his own.


None in Wakefield store


Nice post. is the correct link, but there is very little relevent information other than Store details.


Couldn't be arsed shaving slowly using DE and not getting the closeness, so switched back to these a few months ago. I figured that I could afford to spend £2.50 every two months for much better comfort

Tango Orange 24 pack of cans (330ml) at Iceland Food Warehouse for £5.49
LocalLocalFound 27th JulFound 27th Jul
Works out less than 23p per can! Found it at my local Food Warehouse by Iceland in Tottenham Hale but cashier said that it's a national deal with plenty of stock
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got some of these at my local iceland for £6.50 other day ,so great price (y)


Saw it in Iceland yday for 6.50. Are these deals specific to the Warehouse stores or have they just changed the price today?

Fairy Liquid Original or Lemon 1015ml for £1 in-store at the Food Warehouse (Iceland)
LocalLocalFound 25th JulFound 25th Jul
Cheapo Fairy Liquid at the Food Warehouse. Half price down from £2 to £1. Original or Lemon.
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Totally agree. Used to be the best washing up liquid out their. But now I agree with you


How come this is hot


Same at Poundland... No vote.


The platinum fairy beats any dish liquid! Lasts for ages too!


Bar code, please

Jacobs Mini Twiglets 200g caddy 75p instore at the Food Warehouse
LocalLocalFound 21st JulFound 21st Jul
200g caddies of Mini Twiglets are 75p in-store at the Food Warehouse. Also available are Mini Cheddars at the same price.

And Gloucester


also in Enniskillen


This price in the Iceland store in Chesterfield along with the mini cheddars and cracker crisps.

Jeeves Fruit Flavoured Alcoholic Mixer Drink (Pimm's knock-off)  £3.49 for a 1 litre bottle in-store at the Food Warehouse (Iceland)
LocalLocalFound 21st JulFound 21st Jul
1 litre bottles of Jeeves (Pimm's knock-off) are available at the Food Warehouse for £3.49. 17.5% abv.

We’ve used this at our summer parties it’s great! Heat (y)


And I also get exactly what you are saying. If you are short of dough, or saving hard for whatever, then some fruit cup, of whatever variety, is better than no fruit cup at all. I just feel it's fair to point out that this is said to be, by some, as good as Pimms, and some might buy it on that premise and be quite disappointed, because it really is not. I haven't tried any for about 4 or 5 years, and it might be better or worse now, but when we did a three way test, way back when, between Pimms, this, and Sainsbury's Pitchers , the Pimms and Pitchers were equally good, with maybe the Pitchers slightly better than Pimms, but the Jeeves was a very poor third. If I had one of these stores nearby, I would try it again, just to see if it, or my taste, had changed, so I'm certainly not knocking your deal, because it is very cheap for what it is.


Haha (lol) Good on you, you donut.


i'm not being aggresive, you... chimp! my maths is fine, but i just didn't take twenty minutes out of my life evaluating your deal... life and hukd just isn't that important to me... but i can see that i've damaged your chances of getting... whatever one gets on hukd for getting to a deal over 100 degrees... self worth? certainly nothing as valuable as a blue peter badge... probably not self worth either, as that would disappear pretty quickly by breaking out jeeves fruit flavoured mixer drink at any barbecue that grown ups were at... maybe toothless tramps have barbecues in parks on hot summer evenings? i don't know... but i'm sure they'd appreciate the opportunity to lose all your bodily functions by tasting something more summery than lighter fuel... can you fugg jeeves? i vet they'd just love to get smashed on this while lying in under a bush, singing the summer pop tunes from the year they had whatever they had before they it was taken away from them and they descended into a sad life of regreat, despair and huffing jeeves... (strewth, this is not at all where i was intending this to go...) so, i stand corrected... not because my maths in inadequate but because i spent my day doing something more worthwhile than checking the abv of an east european teens first party drink. cheers!


Not getting you. 17.5% vol. Not much difference between 25% vol. I bet you took maths at GCSE, passed with an A*, and still can't work out a basic calcution. £3.75 a litre at 17.5% v £16 at 25%