French Fries Worcester Sauce 22g (Pack of 48) £8.67 FREE DELIVERY @ Amazon
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French Fries Worcester Sauce 22g (Pack of 48) £8.67 FREE DELIVERY @ Amazon

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Found 11th Apr 2011
Crazy price for 48 packets - that's just 18p per packet

Each inner pack contains: calories 83, 4% of an adult's GDA
With sugar and sweetener
Suitable for vegetarians

14 Comments

Those ordering better not be too hungry.. Usually dispatched within 3 to 5 weeks.

These regularly turn up in Home Bargains and the like for 10p a packet.
I bet if I went to our corner shop and offered to buy 48 packs of these Raj would be give me a better price than this.
Edited by: "termite" 11th Apr 2011

yum my fave flavour

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18p per packet for a half size pack is very pricey!

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6 bags for £1 at sainsburys

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csiman

18p per packet for a half size pack is very pricey!



It's a full size pack!

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mehmeh

Those ordering better not be too hungry.. Usually dispatched within 3 to … Those ordering better not be too hungry.. Usually dispatched within 3 to 5 weeks.



I ordered a box and within a few hours it said it had been dispatched and I was given a tracking number

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squiff

It's a full size pack!


obviously my and your definitions of a full size pack differ

40g is a normal sized pack in my book, not 20g lol

termite

These regularly turn up in Home Bargains and the like for 10p a packet.I … These regularly turn up in Home Bargains and the like for 10p a packet.I bet if I went to our corner shop and offered to buy 48 packs of these Raj would be give me a better price than this.


Probably from home bargains but not from your local shop, these are around £12 from wholesalers like Bookers.
At this price, this should be hot!

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Guan

Probably from home bargains but not from your local shop, these are … Probably from home bargains but not from your local shop, these are around £12 from wholesalers like Bookers. At this price, this should be hot!


why?

6 bags for £1 at sainsburys

csiman

why?6 bags for £1 at sainsburys



Sorry, I should've been more specific, this is only hot for retailers and not if your buying for your own consumption.
That's the multi-pack bags, these are individual packs made for the impulse purchase market. Though the product inside is identical and for the consumer the best value item is the multi-packs, it's the way manufacturers sc**w over the public to make their vast profits. It probably costs them (Walkers, Coke, Walls etc) less to make the individual packs but with the supermarkets they can shift more volume with the multi-packs. Hence why Walkers RRP for their standard bags is 45p and 65p for their Grab Bags, thus allowing them to charge independent retailers extortionately more than the supermarkets. My brother is supplied directly by Walkers to his shop and was charged (£12.12+vat) £14.54 for these last week.

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Guan

Sorry, I should've been more specific, this is only hot for retailers and … Sorry, I should've been more specific, this is only hot for retailers and not if your buying for your own consumption.That's the multi-pack bags, these are individual packs made for the impulse purchase market. Though the product inside is identical and for the consumer the best value item is the multi-packs, it's the way manufacturers sc**w over the public to make their vast profits. It probably costs them (Walkers, Coke, Walls etc) less to make the individual packs but with the supermarkets they can shift more volume with the multi-packs. Hence why Walkers RRP for their standard bags is 45p and 65p for their Grab Bags, thus allowing them to charge independent retailers extortionately more than the supermarkets. My brother is supplied directly by Walkers to his shop and was charged (£12.12+vat) £14.54 for these last week.


even so - 48 bags for £8 so just buy from sainsburys

Original Poster

Yeah, but getting to Sainsburys would cost me about a £14 round trip as I live nowhere near one. Thanks for this marvellous insignt into thinking travel is free. I know there's internet shopping but I'm not going to place an order with Sainsburys just for French Fries and pay another fiver for the priviledge.

CSIMAN - sorry but you're wrong. There's no such thing as a 40g bag of French Fries - certainly not in a standard sized bag. In a standard sized packet of crisps yes but FFs are much lighter and you actually get a lot for your 22 grams!

40g would be a huge standard bag of these
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