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free quarter of a chicken at Nando's - voucher with sauce £1 @ Tesco
free quarter of a chicken at Nando's - voucher with sauce £1 @ Tesco

free quarter of a chicken at Nando's - voucher with sauce £1 @ Tesco

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I just bought this sauce at Tesco for a £1 and it has a code on the cap of the bottle that you enter online and they send you a voucher for a free quarter of a chicken when you spend £5 so not bad for a Nando's meal

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s4k1b85

you have to spend a minimum of 5quid. doesnt mean your full meal will … you have to spend a minimum of 5quid. doesnt mean your full meal will equate to 5quid and not a penny more. your 3 meals may be 10 quid each (take into account the coat of the bottomless drinks ) so thats 30 quid (with 3 qtr chickens free which is only really 1 thigh/leg) . hardly an amazing deal.



A drink and a side of chips = £5.05. Plus a quarter chicken for £0. Add in the cost of the sauce and you get yourself a main with a side and a drink, and a bottle of sauce for £6.05. That is a pretty good deal IMO

Buy the sauce. Buy five pounds worth of nandos, get something completely free. :-/

fireman1

Buy the sauce. Buy five pounds worth of nandos, get something completely … Buy the sauce. Buy five pounds worth of nandos, get something completely free. :-/


If you want the sauce. And we're going to Nando's anyway...

Also at CO OP
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Its all about the chicken deals this lunchtime

Also at CO OP

Buy the sauce. Buy five pounds worth of nandos, get something completely free. :-/

fireman1

Buy the sauce. Buy five pounds worth of nandos, get something completely … Buy the sauce. Buy five pounds worth of nandos, get something completely free. :-/


If you want the sauce. And we're going to Nando's anyway...

Original Poster

I was buying the sauce and a fiver for a nice lunch isn't bad these days

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We had 3 so a full meal for 3 people for £15. Nice.

Original Poster

They let you use more than 1?? Ooh get in there

Amazing deal

you have to spend a minimum of 5quid. doesnt mean your full meal will equate to 5quid and not a penny more.

your 3 meals may be 10 quid each (take into account the coat of the bottomless drinks ) so thats 30 quid (with 3 qtr chickens free which is only really 1 thigh/leg) . hardly an amazing deal.

Not just Tesco, the link highlights a few supermarkets!

carrieford14 h, 23 m ago

They let you use more than 1?? Ooh get in there


Sorry my bad!
Edited by: "Pateo" 13th Jul

s4k1b85

you have to spend a minimum of 5quid. doesnt mean your full meal will … you have to spend a minimum of 5quid. doesnt mean your full meal will equate to 5quid and not a penny more. your 3 meals may be 10 quid each (take into account the coat of the bottomless drinks ) so thats 30 quid (with 3 qtr chickens free which is only really 1 thigh/leg) . hardly an amazing deal.



A drink and a side of chips = £5.05. Plus a quarter chicken for £0. Add in the cost of the sauce and you get yourself a main with a side and a drink, and a bottle of sauce for £6.05. That is a pretty good deal IMO

s4k1b85

you have to spend a minimum of 5quid. doesnt mean your full meal will … you have to spend a minimum of 5quid. doesnt mean your full meal will equate to 5quid and not a penny more. your 3 meals may be 10 quid each (take into account the coat of the bottomless drinks ) so thats 30 quid (with 3 qtr chickens free which is only really 1 thigh/leg) . hardly an amazing deal.



If only we knew what you thought was a deal (_;)

More meat on a butchers pencil than a 1/4 Nandos Chicken

s4k1b85

you have to spend a minimum of 5quid. doesnt mean your full meal will … you have to spend a minimum of 5quid. doesnt mean your full meal will equate to 5quid and not a penny more. your 3 meals may be 10 quid each (take into account the coat of the bottomless drinks ) so thats 30 quid (with 3 qtr chickens free which is only really 1 thigh/leg) . hardly an amazing deal.



3 free chicken quarters, sides for 3 people plus drinks, well under £20.

I stopped eating at Nandos when I found out that their non-Halal branches were being supplied with Halal meat (a small proportion they say, but how do you know for sure?). I don't wish to eat ritually slaughtered meat of any kind and couldn't understand that when contacting them about it that they think this this is acceptable when they already have Halal only branches. If this was happening the other way round with non-Halal meat being supplied to Halal only branches, you could imagine the uproar. But when challenged Nando's don't care quite frankly. Here's the link from their website: nandos.co.uk/halal

bensbargains

More meat on a butchers pencil than a 1/4 Nandos Chicken


loL

Natasha_H1 h, 51 m ago

I stopped eating at Nandos when I found out that their non-Halal branches …I stopped eating at Nandos when I found out that their non-Halal branches were being supplied with Halal meat (a small proportion they say, but how do you know for sure?). I don't wish to eat ritually slaughtered meat of any kind and couldn't understand that when contacting them about it that they think this this is acceptable when they already have Halal only branches. If this was happening the other way round with non-Halal meat being supplied to Halal only branches, you could imagine the uproar. But when challenged Nando's don't care quite frankly. Here's the link from their website: https://www.nandos.co.uk/halal#

​What's the issue if you don't believe in it anyway? As long as it tastes the same and is just as good...

fireman1

Buy the sauce. Buy five pounds worth of nandos, get something completely … Buy the sauce. Buy five pounds worth of nandos, get something completely free. :-/


yes


are you struggling with the concept?

Natasha_H

I stopped eating at Nandos when I found out that their non-Halal branches … I stopped eating at Nandos when I found out that their non-Halal branches were being supplied with Halal meat (a small proportion they say, but how do you know for sure?). I don't wish to eat ritually slaughtered meat of any kind and couldn't understand that when contacting them about it that they think this this is acceptable when they already have Halal only branches. If this was happening the other way round with non-Halal meat being supplied to Halal only branches, you could imagine the uproar. But when challenged Nando's don't care quite frankly. Here's the link from their website: https://www.nandos.co.uk/halal#



And you think the non-halal chickens are happy, free roaming chickens yeah? hahaha

hungry_goliath

What's the issue if you don't believe in it anyway? As long as it tastes … What's the issue if you don't believe in it anyway? As long as it tastes the same and is just as good...



It depends if the bird/animal is stunned first - if it is then, I'm okay with it.
If not, then it can be cruel.

hungry_goliath

What's the issue if you don't believe in it anyway? As long as it tastes … What's the issue if you don't believe in it anyway? As long as it tastes the same and is just as good...



Surely the point is that we should be allowed the choice? I don't agree with halal as a means of slaughter and as atheist, I don't like the thought of my food being "prayed over". Does it taste the same, yes, but it would to someone who believed in some fabricated fairy story "god" too so why does one need outweigh another?

sample code?

s4k1b85

you have to spend a minimum of 5quid. doesnt mean your full meal will … you have to spend a minimum of 5quid. doesnt mean your full meal will equate to 5quid and not a penny more. your 3 meals may be 10 quid each (take into account the coat of the bottomless drinks ) so thats 30 quid (with 3 qtr chickens free which is only really 1 thigh/leg) . hardly an amazing deal.



Come on.... Always ask for a breast piece!!



Heat from me anyway. Bought 18 of these a couple of weeks ago. Codes need to be used by late August I believe.
Edited by: "bungral" 13th Jul

DUNOEboutTENG

And you think the non-halal chickens are happy, free roaming chickens … And you think the non-halal chickens are happy, free roaming chickens yeah? hahaha



If I had the choice of being killed instantly while stunned or have my throat cut while some person chants some man made story, I know which I'd choose

can we use NHS discount on top of this deal?

its not free. its costing you £5
They still make profit

frakison42 m ago

Surely the point is that we should be allowed the choice? I don't agree …Surely the point is that we should be allowed the choice? I don't agree with halal as a means of slaughter and as atheist, I don't like the thought of my food being "prayed over". Does it taste the same, yes, but it would to someone who believed in some fabricated fairy story "god" too so why does one need outweigh another?


I think you need to actually learn what Halal is, rather than just believing everything your read in the newspapers.

Firstly there's no praying or chanting, it's just the words that translate to "In the name of Allah". There are rules for the slaughter of animals that make it Halal which goes beyond just saying the name of Allah. Such as the animals should not be kicked or treated brutally before the slaughter. They should be given water before the slaughter and the knife must be sharp enough to cut the throat and jugular in one stroke so as not to cause more than necessary pain and suffering to the animal. The jugular is sliced so that the heart continues to beat for a short time and pumps as much blood out as possible. This means there's less blood pooling in the body and hence less bacteria in the meat.

Now I am not saying that all the Halal butchers/abattoirs follow the rules, but that's not the fault of the rules/religion. Just like not every atheist is a law abiding citizen, that's not a failing of the law.

Natasha_H

I stopped eating at Nandos when I found out that their non-Halal branches … I stopped eating at Nandos when I found out that their non-Halal branches were being supplied with Halal meat (a small proportion they say, but how do you know for sure?). I don't wish to eat ritually slaughtered meat of any kind and couldn't understand that when contacting them about it that they think this this is acceptable when they already have Halal only branches. If this was happening the other way round with non-Halal meat being supplied to Halal only branches, you could imagine the uproar. But when challenged Nando's don't care quite frankly. Here's the link from their website: https://www.nandos.co.uk/halal#




You will find that Nandos uses stunned halal chicken, if you research their supplier which is Freemans of Newent.

The businesses who use a HMC supplier (halalmc.org) are the ones who use chicken which is not stunned.

frakison

If I had the choice of being killed instantly while stunned or have my … If I had the choice of being killed instantly while stunned or have my throat cut while some person chants some man made story, I know which I'd choose



If you look at their Halal certificate, they get supplied by Freemans. Freemans use stunned chicken, hence why it is not recognised as halal on halalmc.org

wildecat1 h, 10 m ago

It depends if the bird/animal is stunned first - if it is then, I'm okay …It depends if the bird/animal is stunned first - if it is then, I'm okay with it.If not, then it can be cruel.

​My purpose for this post is to clear any misunderstanding because people usually associate 'halal' with animal cruelty, whereas it's really not the case:

- the knife has to cut the throat with ONE swift stroke which effectively cuts off the nerve and blood supply to the brain, hence the animal doesn't feel ANY MORE pain than it would with stunning.

- the movements of the animal after the knife cut are simply muscle spasms, it doesn't mean the animal is in pain. That's the natural property of muscles when their nerve/blood supply has been cut off.

- ALL the blood is therefore allow to drain (flows out) since blood is a source of many bacteria and microorganisms which are unhealthy, thus reducing chance of you getting disease.

The 'ritual' being mentioned is just saying that we are grateful for this food (blessing) that God you have blessed us with (since there are people out there who are not as lucky as us in terms of having food on their plates)

.....

Last but not least, a lot of people eat fish right? How are they caught? As far as I'm aware they're just left to basically run out of breath. Now imagine suffocation, isn't that a 'cruel' way to kill an 'animal'? if so, I hope you will you agree to stop having fish & chips too.

My point is one should do their own un-biased research and not just hop on the same bandwagon as what you've heard or told by others in their thoughts/ideas/logic.

Enjoy your free 1/4 chicken

HMC - Halal Monitoring Committee
certified not stun halal, as it has been for thousands of years

Tesco, and Asda sell HMC approved meat which i buy.
Nandos sell stun - therefore not halal
Stun halal is where an animal is paralysed before prayer and sacrifice.
Muslims and Jewish folk have always made a prayer then sacrificed

The UK Govt should act to approve HMC as the sole certifier of halal meat, currently there are many different claims of halal causing confusion and division.

Why do these threads always go off topic onto something else. Why not solely talk about the deal which is advertised!

brychris

Why do these threads always go off topic onto something else. Why not … Why do these threads always go off topic onto something else. Why not solely talk about the deal which is advertised! confused



Exactly. After you have the code how long before you receive e-voucher?

edit: sorry just saw it. 24 hours for e-voucher to arrive.
Edited by: "jinkssick" 13th Jul

Seems like a lot of effort (and money) for a 1/4 of a chicken. And since when was 1/4 of a chicken even a thing? Which 1/4 is it? And it's always dry and bland. They try to use spiciness as a substitute for actual taste. The only good thing about Nando's is the mash.

Also, it's nice to see that not everyone has been taken in by racist anti-halal stupidity.

Original Poster

Me and my daughter had it today and £5.05p plus a £1 for a sauce that I was buying anyway. It's a nice amount of chicken and was perfect for lunch

HereKittyKitty

Seems like a lot of effort (and money) for a 1/4 of a chicken. And since … Seems like a lot of effort (and money) for a 1/4 of a chicken. And since when was 1/4 of a chicken even a thing? Which 1/4 is it? And it's always dry and bland. They try to use spiciness as a substitute for actual taste. The only good thing about Nando's is the mash.Also, it's nice to see that not everyone has been taken in by racist anti-halal stupidity.



Who on here has mentioned anything racist, that's just you LOOKING for it. My issue is that I don't believe in any fabricated man made God and I don't want my food being prayed over by ANY religion. I'm sorry but you have to be an unbelievably politically correct wannabe moron to deduce racism from that!

Maybe you want to create a new label of "religionism" to placate your need to show how fantasticly pc you are?



Edited by: "frakison" 14th Jul

djw1cked

You will find that Nandos uses stunned halal chicken, if you research … You will find that Nandos uses stunned halal chicken, if you research their supplier which is Freemans of Newent. The businesses who use a HMC supplier (halalmc.org) are the ones who use chicken which is not stunned.



So therefore NOT "officially" halal and as such pointless which makes it worse does it not??
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