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Great Deals @ Co-Op starting Wednesday 19th
Great Deals @ Co-Op starting Wednesday 19th

Great Deals @ Co-Op starting Wednesday 19th

Be nice.. its my 1st post

Amazing deals starting wednesday at your local Co-operative:

3 for £5 on selected frozen foods (includes Good Fellers Pizza 410g, Mackies Ice Cream 1 Litre, Quorn Mince 300g, Findus Lasagne 360g, and more)

Cadbury Milk Tray 400g Better Than Half Price @ £3.50 (Instead of £7.30)
... perfect for Valentines Day!

Thorntons Chocolate Collection 283g Better Than Half Price @ £3.59 (Instead of £7.50)... Perfect for Valentines Day!

Codorniu Extra Brut Rosada Half Price @ £6.49 (Instead of £12.99).. ...Perfect for Valentines Day!

The Co-operative pork stir fry 400g @ Half Price (£2 instead of £4)

Shreddies 500g Half Price (£1.24 instead of £2.49)

Walkers 12pack Crisps BOGOF @ £2.95

The Co-operative British Dry Cured Breaded/ Honey Roast Ham 300g Half Price @ £3 (Instead of £6)

Andrex Toilet Rolls 9's 2 for £6.50 (£5.17 on their own) So £6.50 for 18 Rolls

Strawberries 300g Half Price @ £2

The Co-operative Family Carrots 1.2kg Half Price @ 70p (Instead of £1.40


All Subject to stock

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Also you got Chinese Stirfry and Mushroom Stirfry, Chinese Sauce, Sweet Chilli Sauce, Rice Noodles and Egg Noodles (all the fresh versions) any 3 for £2.50 (combine with the pork stirfry)

Also the frozen deal also includes, McCain Wedges, Crinkle Chips, Beer Battered Chips, Birds Eye 2 Fish Fillets, Haddock Fish Fingers, Mini Chargrills, Reggae Reggae Chargrills, Brains Faggots 6's, Co-op Breaded Garlic Mushrooms, 20 Pork Sausages, Truly Irresistible Garden Peas, Petit Pois, Cadburys Flake Cones.

Also got 4 pack kinder bueno for £1, twix 4 pack for £1 (usual mars bars and snickers 4 packs for £1 too) Robinsons Squash 1 Litre Half Price, Bachelors Savoury Rice / Pasta N Sauce 3 for 2, Fairy Non Bio 18 Wash £3, Heniz Beans 4 pack 2 for £3, loads of wines Better Than Half Price from £3 a bottle (was £7.99 upwards!) Also big packs of persil small and mighty (but cant remember how much they are going to be) just to add to your list

heat added.

Great find - thanks for the info - heat added

Nice find but do I dare say these offers pale in comparison to usual offers the co-op has had.

i do believe the carrots are in the 5 for 4 offer?

trikidy

i do believe the carrots are in the 5 for 4 offer?



that offer finishes tomorrow, new veg offers are:

mandarins half price £1.30
maris piper potatoes 2kg £1.20
carrots 1.2kg 70p
2 for £1.50 on whole swede, prepacked parsnips, broccoli,
2kg new potatoes £1.25
apricots half price £1.50
stir fry mix and match 3 for £2.50
italian salad £1

In the local Co-ops around my area they have stopped giving receipts. Some Co-ops will ask you if you want a receipt and others will not give you one unless you specifically ask. I am all for going green and did not mind until on a couple of occassions I had the impression that I was overcharged but could not prove it without the receipt. The next time I went I asked for the receipt and unbelievably I had been charged for a BOGOF offer. This also happened again much later. I am sure it was just a mistake but I always ask for my receipt in Co-ops now and I also keep a mental note of the total of the shopping as I have lost trust in them.

OP

includes Good Fellers Pizza




rofl


Edited by: "MrBrit" 17th Jan 2011

Do people still shop in over priced, old fashioned places like the Co-Op?!!!
The prices of deals still high compared to the big 4.
Voted cold by me.

EyePlayer

Do people still shop in over priced, old fashioned places like the … Do people still shop in over priced, old fashioned places like the Co-Op?!!!The prices of deals still high compared to the big 4.Voted cold by me.

Likewise!.

EyePlayer

Do people still shop in over priced, old fashioned places like the … Do people still shop in over priced, old fashioned places like the Co-Op?!!!The prices of deals still high compared to the big 4.Voted cold by me.



Oh give me a break.

Nestle Shreddies: Sainsbury's - £1.99, Co-op £1.24
Milk Tray: Sainsbury's £6.99, Co-op £3.50
Carrots: Sainsbury's £1.00 (1kg), Co-op 70p (1.2kg)

Shall I go on?

Yes Co-op are more expensive, but their deals are not half bad. The whole idea of this website is to promote deals, which all of the above are, not for cretins like yourself to rattle on about how the Co-op are expensive on every day goods.

You vote based on the DEAL, not the original price.
Edited by: "djmilesno1" 17th Jan 2011

It's the sort of place that you wouldn't shop in unless you had to or just for one particular offer

Our local is the Co-op and it isn't old fashioned at all. I have had some great buys from there - the last one being washing powder (box slightly tatty) 50 washes for £3.25 can't grumble at that. They mark their fruit and veg down quite a lot at the end of the day sometimes as well so have got things like grapes for 50p. Im a happy customer there!

EyePlayer

Do people still shop in over priced, old fashioned places like the … Do people still shop in over priced, old fashioned places like the Co-Op?!!!The prices of deals still high compared to the big 4.Voted cold by me.


Some Co-Op prices vary according to the type of store e.g. where I live there is a proper Co-op supermarket and 200 yards away is a convenience store Co-op and the price of their own brand fizzy water is about 50% more in the smaller store.
I don't think "supermarket Co-op" prices are that much different and besides I would rather pay a bit more and walk home with my shopping than drive and queue to get in to the local big Tesco.

Our Co-op is a mid-sized corner shop type place. So I shop there for bits n pieces during the week as it's only 1/4 mile away. Also take the opportunity to pickup offers - and you get FANTASTIC deals in their reduced sections. I got 6 pints of milk for 16p last week (reduced from £2.68 I think) - stuck it in the freezer.

Still do my main shop at Asda though.

Never thought i'd hear the words "amazing" and "Co-op" in the same sentence.
I certainly couldn't afford to do a Weekly shop at my local store.

But think, 99% of co-ops are in walking distance, however the big 4 most require a car journey (that costs petrol which isnt getting cheaper) plus as someone else said, co-op deals are pretty damn good and these days co-op isnt that overly priced as most think, plus you earn cash for being a member and you can feel good about it because you know your doing something right from fairtrade to elmwood chickens. not many other supermarkets can say that, im happy to pay maybe a little more for that.

My local co-op supermarket is bang upto date.Good for some stuff and dearer for others just like the big 4.
So heat for these deals.

Most important to me is that the co-op is ethical. The banks didn't shorten the pound (profiteering from us getting less for our money!) during the economic crash, the co-operative model is economics that benefits everybody!

If you're too look at it cost-wise, you're silly to do your shopping in any of the big 4 whilst there's Aldi/Lidl/B+M's/Home Bargains about.

TUSSFC

Our Co-op is a mid-sized corner shop type place. So I shop there for bits … Our Co-op is a mid-sized corner shop type place. So I shop there for bits n pieces during the week as it's only 1/4 mile away. Also take the opportunity to pickup offers - and you get FANTASTIC deals in their reduced sections. I got 6 pints of milk for 16p last week (reduced from £2.68 I think) - stuck it in the freezer.Still do my main shop at Asda though.



Same here - couldn't afford to shop here on a regular bais, far too expensive, the original price in Co-op far exceeds those in other shops, and the quality isn't that great either!

Do people still shop in over priced, old fashioned places like the … Do people still shop in over priced, old fashioned places like the Co-Op?!!!



Yes.

Our local has been refurbed with hot and cold counters, self service checkouts, and all mod cons. Leaves the local Sainsbury for dead.

and I get a divi!

My Co-op is equal distance to me than the other big stores.
The prices of the corner shop Co-ops seem even higher!
I wonder if their ethical policy applies to its customers?

Co-Op is sh|t - I pray that one day Tesco will find a way to buy them out and close down their stores in order to offer the public good value instead of extortionate prices.

mumjit

Co-Op is sh|t - I pray that one day Tesco will find a way to buy them out … Co-Op is sh|t - I pray that one day Tesco will find a way to buy them out and close down their stores in order to offer the public good value instead of extortionate prices.

Dont shop there then! Simples

Can't really see any great offers there tbh.
Some are cheaper at Tesco and Iceland

mumjit

Co-Op is sh|t - I pray that one day Tesco will find a way to buy them out … Co-Op is sh|t - I pray that one day Tesco will find a way to buy them out and close down their stores in order to offer the public good value instead of extortionate prices.



Fat chance of that mate i work for the co-op and i can tell ya that all profits basically get pumped back in to the buisness, this company builds things for fun i think and buys and shares companys each year! This is a new head office they built with a few added bits about profit have a look if your interested tinyurl.com/67x…n54

Edited by: "RyanC" 17th Jan 2011

My local store has already started putting the new deals out.

One good offer is packs of 2 x ready to bake white baguettes or 6 x ready to bake white petit pains for 39p.

ClashInDevon

EyePlayer

Do people still shop in over priced, old fashioned places like the … Do people still shop in over priced, old fashioned places like the Co-Op?!!!The prices of deals still high compared to the big 4.Voted cold by me.



Co ops exist in abundance in villages and the like so people here dont know any better, or the travelling cost outweighs any saving to the Big 4

Very many thanks to the OP, Laurafoxy, for going to so much trouble in listing these deals.

You say it's your first post, so well done.

Whatever you do, ignore the negative comments on here. Some whingers overlook the fact that HUKD has nothing to do with the merits of the actual store - it's a particular reduction, deal etc we are interested in.

Most of us couldn't care less which store it is, so long as the deal is good! So, thanks again for posting.

It's all at the co-op!

Anyone remember that jingle?

Good offers - have some heat.

Yes they are a little more expensive that the big supermarkets but my co-op is a 2 min walk rather than 30-40 minutes for the others. It's there for when I really need something!

I saw the wines in my local today, they were all £4.. had a rioja and a cabernet sauvignon that I can remember.

RyanC

Fat chance of that mate i work for the co-op and i can tell ya that all … Fat chance of that mate i work for the co-op and i can tell ya that all profits basically get pumped back in to the buisness, this company builds things for fun i think and buys and shares companys each year! This is a new head office they built with a few added bits about profit have a look if your interested http://tinyurl.com/67xjn54




Impressive that mate. Good on the co-op I say. Had one in my village since I can remember, and even tho I only use it if I need bits in the week, or for these type deals I must admit it would be sorely missed if it ever went. Its always really busy in there with the local peeps. Co-op is a bit like woolworths, as in there seems to be one everywhere and it will only truly be appreciated if it ever went under.

Also now on offer at the Coop are 1 litre bottles of Napolina Olive Oil for £3.00.

The same bottles are £5.49 at Tesco right now and their own brand version is £4.28 for a litre. This is ordinary olive oil, not extra virgin.

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ClashInDevon

Given that a number of people are saying how expensive the Co-op is, it's worth emphasising that the 3 for £5 on deal on 1 litre tubs of Mackies Ice Cream works out much cheaper than Tesco etc.

Dearer at the big 4

Plus you can mix and match, so you can get frozen pizza, potato wedges and ice cream for a fiver which is a pretty good deal if you buy this type of meal.

ClashIndevon

The 3 for £5.00 deal is back on. Again the Mackies Ice Cream works out cheaper than the big 4.

ClashInDevon
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