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Guylian Sea Shell chocolates (250g) only £2 @ Iceland
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Guylian Sea Shell chocolates (250g) only £2 @ Iceland
£2
I love these rich, smooth choccies! These are £3.69 in Tescos so thought this was a good deal.
michchan

I buy the Lidl ones, they are fantastic and IMO taste the same as the Guylian. They also do they in Aldi but dont like these as much.

lightbulb

The Lidl Pralines are branded J.D. Gross (ironically) and I've read theyre made by Raush Chocolates in Germany.

Drea

They have to be the Guylian ones to good

Jagron

Are they the same make? I remember seeing some in there (the box was almost identical), but when I looked properly they were not the proper Guylian ones.

chrisdarl

these are £1.88 in Lidl

LINDT CHOCOLATE SANTA - £1 in-store @ Iceland
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LINDT CHOCOLATE SANTA - £1 in-store @ Iceland
£1
Large chocolate santa reduced to £1.00 at Iceland
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stamfordblue

Thanks for the info. Went to Iceland this morning but none there :(

deleted47569

Yeah - I think the Home Bargain ones are the mini ones

choc-chic

The ones in H&B are only the 40g size for 49p (the reindeers are 40g, pretty sure Santas are the same weight), these Iceland Santas are the 125g size (100g reindeer equiv).

stamfordblue

What's the weight on these? How does it compare with the Lindt boxes of chocolates they sell for £2 in Iceland?

Mystx

No Home Bargains stores round my way and none in Iceland that I could see. Back in stock at my local Poundland though :)

500g tins of  kp peanuts/salted/honey /dry roasted - £2 @ Iceland
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500g tins of kp peanuts/salted/honey /dry roasted - £2 @ Iceland
£2
cheaper than a 425 g pack at morrissons
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stamfordblue

The cheap dry roasted nuts (I think about 33p) at Lidl are fat free and taste ok. Can't remember the size as I've scoffed them all. :) Might be 150 or 200g Packet contains the classic "this product may contain nuts" line :)

stuntman9883

i love the honey roasted nuts

johnraggett

£3.50 in tesco :thumbsup:

deleted65745

An irresponsible post; should've mentioned the product 'may contain nuts' :-D http://www.theregister.co.uk/2008/12/10/nut_allergy_hysteria/ Funniest part; "a potentially fatal peanut was "spotted on the floor of a school bus, whereupon the bus was evacuated and cleaned (I am tempted to say decontaminated), even though it was full of 10-year-olds who, unlike two-year-olds, could actually be told not to eat food off the floor" America home of the brave!

5 Cadbury Selction Boxes for £5 @ Iceland
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5 Cadbury Selction Boxes for £5 @ Iceland
£2
Thats right folks 5 Cadbury selction boxes 5 for £5 as of 2moro morning ;) These are gr8 if you have a big family of kids cos u can hand them out without really breaking the bank. … Read more
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littel.helper

i love your avtar man!!

electriclinux

Yes it is, try the one in Lisburn or in Belfast near sony centre town. :thumbsup:

deleted107062

picked 5 today and it states only max 15 boxes per customer

scabbers

Great deal...this is on in Hemel store but not advertised very well, I don't normally go into Iceland and didn't know where to look but they are near the lift if you're interested! Boxes of Guylian, All Gold and more for £2 (although All Gold are not nice now). Voted hot.

Zer0

will have a looook in town 2moro.

Perfectly clear BOGOF - still/fizzy - 2 litres - Buy 1 get 1 free - £1 (50p each) @ Iceland
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Perfectly clear BOGOF - still/fizzy - 2 litres - Buy 1 get 1 free - £1 (50p each) @ Iceland
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Iceland have this deal on, 2 litres buy 1 get 1 free on either fizzy or still, beats paying the 72p each I used to pay for them in ASDA! Just thought i'd pass on the saving. Some… Read more
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No1.Greg

No actually they have been at this offer for nearly a year now if not longer!:santa:

x-Kells-x

Good deal ~ i buy these! They have been on this offer for absolute months!!!!

Perfect Party Food - £2 each or any 3 packs for £5 now you can afford to party like a celebrity! @ Iceland
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Perfect Party Food - £2 each or any 3 packs for £5 now you can afford to party like a celebrity! @ Iceland
£2
HUGE VARIETY.........At Iceland we're famous for our party food, and for a good reason. Take a look at these tasty treats to wow your family and friends. At just £2 each or any 3 p… Read more
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deleted42098

I went in there the other day disguised to see if it really is as bad as I think it is. And I was right lol

SHOWMAN36

No, unless you have something interesting to say.

terry7866

see need i say anymore !!!!

SHOWMAN36

I'm soooo sorry, I can see from your post count that you do'nt leave silly or frivolous comments, in fact you have'nt got anything to say probably down to the sense of humour bypass you've obviously had.

terry7866

why is it that when some one has took the time to post a deal do people 1,bother to read it if its not something they want ? 2,just leave stupid comments about the item ? no one has said you have to buy it,and you say that iceland food is no good so why bother clicking it and reading it yes il get stupid comments about saying this but sorry whats up the truth hurt !!!

4 x cans of  7 up, coke etc for £1.00
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4 x cans of 7 up, coke etc for £1.00
£1
Was in Iceland earlier and had noticed that they are currently selling a pack of 4 x cans of 7 up, tango, coke etc which would work out at £0.25p each sorry i dont know how to lin… Read more
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grex9101

Same as poundland. Stock depending, you can get six packs of the above for £1 @ Woolworths, or 12 cans of Pepsi @ Farmfoods for £2.25. All depends on what shops you have near you, not voting either way.

Galaxy Minstrels 225g Mars Revels & M&M's all 89p (reduced from £1.79) @ Iceland
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Galaxy Minstrels 225g Mars Revels & M&M's all 89p (reduced from £1.79) @ Iceland
£0.89
Went to local iceland (frinton) all above were 89p bargain for a large pack of sweets.
Jack347

Still £1.79 / £1.89 (Forget which) at my local Iceland.

98p

i do understand the difference between "brought" and "bought" thanks :) I appologize my english isn't quite up to your standard ;) get it double "p" and a "z"

greyhound11

the only 99p ones were the smaller sizes in mine....

shybeauty

went to my local they said its 1.79 :( not on offer...

Brewer

YES.

Cravendale 2 Lts Whole/Semi/Skimmed 2 for £2.50 @ Iceland
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Cravendale 2 Lts Whole/Semi/Skimmed 2 for £2.50 @ Iceland
£2.50
Buy 2 for £2.50 Description PURE & FRESH 7 DAYS GUARANTEED*. Cravendale. Milk Matters. At Cravendale, we don't just pasteurise our milk. We also finely filter it to make it p… Read more
Vodkanites

The offer was still on on Monday, but not been in since.

babyblue

I never thought I'd be looking for * special offers* on milk! The price now is just silly. £1.60 for 2l the other day in asda!

spacebhouy

lidl do 2 X 2litres for £2

Cookiejar

I didn't see it in Sainsburys .. I think it has finished there.

grantalien

Sainsburys have been doing this also for a few weeks - must be a Cravendale run promotion

4 x 568ml cans of stella (the proper stuff!) only £4.00
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4 x 568ml cans of stella (the proper stuff!) only £4.00
£4
called into iceland today & they have some good alcohol offers on. picked these 4 pack of stella's up for my husband & before you ask, i'm not a beaten wife!!!!!!!
hildgerogden555

If you dont mind 330ml bottles then it works out at 75p/pint (568ml) on the tesco deal here: ]https://www.hotukdeals.com/item/265749/half-price-stella-artois-6-x-330ml-/

kayemill

It's hot for me because I like the big cans, but if you work out the actual volume your getting compared to the Sainsbury's deal you would need to pay approx £18 to get the same volume as with £11.99 deal in Sainsbury's.:oops:

mrs.nutt

so is the cold vote because people think these are the small cans? i buy the small one from netto. 4 for £2.99. £1.00 a can for the large 565ml cans is a good deal, north or south!

kayemill

I know the 6 for a fiver deal is on the 440ml cans where I am. If you are saying that you can get 6 500ml cans for a fiver then that's a great deal. That sainsbury's deal is great as well. Don't you just feel like your drinking more cause the cans are smaller though. Weird.:roll:

casparwhite

so you are telling me what they are selling in the shops near me now are you? i wouldnt waste my time with 440ml cans apart from thge fact that the best deal recently was actually 24x440ml cans for 11.99 at sainsburys :whistling:

Typhoo One Cup 300 bags £2
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Typhoo One Cup 300 bags £2
£2
Went into Iceland and they were doing a box of 300 tea bags for £2 while stocks last. Expiry date of the tea was 11th of June. Not sure it's not national.
Wispa Bars - 3 for £1 @ Iceland
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Wispa Bars - 3 for £1 @ Iceland
£1
Ooooooh riiiiiiighttttttt. Wispa goodness...3 b ars for a quid at my local Iceland. Get in!
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JACKIT99

Very Tasty-same Price In The Co-op Though

Snick

Tut tut i hope Mr Micheal isn't reading this :oops: lol

screamingninja

I can confirm that Co-op will be solely responsible for all my weight gain over the next week or two as they are indeed selling 3 for a quid now. :)

screamingninja

Aren't the new wispa bars a lot thinner than they used to be? I'm sure they were nearly twice the thickness. Nice with a cuppa though! :)

pigsmightfly

:oops::cry::-(Spoke to a Cadburys rep the other day and sadly there are no plans to bring back wispa gold

Clearasil Daily Wash - 50p @ Iceland!
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Clearasil Daily Wash - 50p @ Iceland!
£0.50
Clearasil daily wash is only 50p for a 150ml bottle About £3 in Boots Hope it helps!
deleted64915

Voted (Boil...ing) hot!

jay_leeds

this is a spot deal, i mean hot deal

token101

Nice, which shop was this.. Where abouts is the place you went too? could you give me the zit [COLOR="White"](zip)[/COLOR] code? ahah that wasnt a good one was it.. :(

deleted21656

You don't expect them to stock this sort of thing in Iceland do you ! Well spotted.

kwikemart

Well 'Spotted'!!

Iceland Groceries - Free Delivery
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Iceland Groceries - Free Delivery
Iceland.co.uk, anyone can shop from home 24/7 - 100's of great deals online, from "buy one get one free" to mega meal deals. Delivered direct to your door. Iceland certainly know… Read more
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No1.Greg

hahaha dont i know bloody freezin there aswel lol

deleted34178

Long way to go to work..;-)

Fistral

"Mums money's gone to Iceland":whistling:

deleted86422

Will they deliver everybody's cash back they are holding?

No1.Greg

I work in iceland and we only do delivery instore and we do not do any onine shopping all you can do is view the products online but you cannot actually view em soz to burst ya bubble LOL:geek:

Bonus Card - Vouchers, Competitions, Freebies ( Frinton Store)
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Bonus Card - Vouchers, Competitions, Freebies ( Frinton Store)
Iceland have just released their 'Bonus Card' which when swiped you are put in a draw for prizes ( this month trolley dash) and you will also recieve vouchers and freebies through … Read more
andywedge

This is a 5 year old thread which won't be monitored by Iceland Could I suggest you contact Iceland direct with your questions? https://www.iceland.co.uk/contact-us/

1965

I'm Mandy Hopkins I'm deaf can I use saving bonus card like voucher not need pay money use voucher from bonus card how much I got in saving card let me knw moblie number MOD EDIT (text only I'm DEAF)

shimaxia

It's only recently hit our area in the Midlands too i popped in to buy some savings stamps and there was loads of people joining so I thought got to be good. I have a nectar card and last year used my points to buy £50.00 worth of shopping at xmas, these schemes overall if you are a savvy shopper save you loads on the shopping basket.

NeNy

sounds really good, will try it!!!!!!!!!!! xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

hoocheycoochey

Yawn - yet another card to carry around and not worth the bother for me. Had one for a year and seen no benefits at all.

Chicago Town two pack small pizzas £1 only....
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Chicago Town two pack small pizzas £1 only....
£1
These can be oven baked or microwaved If tesco is too far away then iceland is an option. :)
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sedj

Same price at Morrisons, or it was last week ;-)

badmanmeow

https://www.hotukdeals.com/item/252491/chicago-town-two-pack-small-pizzas/ What's all that about then? Oh well... Anyway. If tesco is too far away, iceland is an option.

Money.Spinning

BOGOF @ £1.85 at Tesco at the moment so 92.5p a box.

Blossom Hill wines for £2.50 @ Iceland!
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Blossom Hill wines for £2.50 @ Iceland!
£2.50
Blossom Hill White Zinfandel (Pink in colour with gorgeous aromas of fresh ripe strawberry and of juicy watermelon, this is medium-bodied and utterly delicious) Blossom Hill Cabern… Read more
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Jefft

491° and according to this thread only 4 bottles purchased. Come on, did anyone else get some at this price?

splender

Great deal at Iceland. However I have stopped buying wine for the moment. Read this about the chemicals in your cheap wine on a channel 4 Dispatches programme. The cheaper wine is OK to drink but seems to contain lots of chemicals, up to 30 of them not required by law to list on the wine label, Blossom Hill is named as one of the brands in the programme. http://www.channel4.com/video/dispatches-whats-in-your-wine/catchup.html According to a report by the International Organisation of Vine and Wine, the following additives, treatments and processes are currently allowed in the United States and my understanding of what each is used for: ALLOWED DURING FERMENTATION AND IN FINISHED/AGING WINE: * Malic acid -- added to boost acidity of wine. * Tartaric acid -- added to boost acidity of wine. * Silicon dioxide -- used to filter and fine wine. * Edible gelatin -- used to clarify and fine wine (remove sediments). * Gum arabic -- used to clarify wine (remove sediments). Up to .24 grams per liter can be used for treatment. * Aluminum silicates (bentonite or kaolin) -- used to clarify/fine wine. * Miscellaneous filtration substances (diatomaceous earth, cellulose, etc.) -- used to filter wine. * Polyvinyl-polypyr-rolidone -- used to modify color of wine, reduce tannins. Up to 7.19 grams per liter allowed for treatment. * Activated charcoal -- used to filter wine and improve color. Up to 3 grams per liter allowed for treatment. * Water / H20 -- used to reduce alcohol levels, reduce acidity. Up to 35% of total volume. Not allowed in California. * Concentrated grape must -- used to improve body, flavor, color. * Saccharose -- used to increase sugar levels of wine. Not allowed in California. * Distilled alcohol -- used to fortify alcohol levels in wine. * Oxygen -- used to improve texture, tannin development. * Cellulase -- enzyme that assists in the hydrolization of cellulose, a key process in fermentation. * Protease -- enzyme that kills some bacterial agents and makes wine less heat-sensitive and less likely to throw sediment. * Betaglucanase -- enzyme used to reduce sediments. * Pectolytics - -- enzymes that assist in the hydrolization / breakdown of pectin into pectic acid and methanol during fermentation which tends to clarify the wine. * Yeast -- required agent of the fermentation process, converts sugar from grapes into alcohol and lots of tasty flavors. * Yeast cell walls -- bits of yeast cells that absorb anthocyanins (bitter tasting compounds) during red wine production and make the wine smoother. * Lysosome -- I have no idea what this is used for. * Ascorbic acid --preservative, anti-bacterial agent. ALLOWED IN FINISHED / AGING WINE ONLY * Fumaric acid (3 grams per liter, max) -- used to boost acidity of wine. * Lactic acid -- used to boost acidity of wine, improve texture. * Potassium caseinate -- used to clarify wine / remove sediment. * Casein -- used to clarify wine / remove sediment. * Isinglass -- a fish product used to clarify wine / remove sediment. * Milk/lactalbumin -- used to clarify wine / remove sediment. * Ovalbumin (egg whites) -- used to clarify wine / remove sediment. * Ferrous sulfate -- used to clarify wine. 0.0222 grams per liter allowed in finished wine. * Lactic bacteria -- used to reduce the acidity of wine. * Potassium carbonate -- used to reduce the acidity of wine down to acid levels of 5 grams per liter only. * Potassium bicarbonate -- used to reduce the acidity of wine. * Calcium carbonate -- used to reduce the acidity of wine down to acid levels of 5 grams per liter only. * Copper sulfate -- used to suppress bacterial growth, eliminate off odors. 6 mg per liter allowed for treatment. .5mg per liter allowed in finished wine. * Oak chips -- used to improve wine flavor. * Acetaldehyde -- inhibits microbial growth and stabilizes the color of wine. Up to 300 parts per million used in treatment. up to .5mg per liter allowed in finished wine. * Granular cork -- used to smooth the texture of wines. Up to 1.2 grams per liter may be used for treatment. * Catalase -- enzyme that counters bacterial agents in wine. * Glucose oxidase -- enzyme used to keep color of white wine stable with age. * Urease -- enzyme used to reduce sediments in wine. * Thiamine hydrochloride -- (aka Vitamin B) food for yeast that is used to help finish fermentation. * Soy flour -- food for yeast to increase and encourage secondary fermentation. * Ammonium phosphate -- assists in fermentation, can help accelerate or "un-stuck" fermentation. * Diammonium phosphate -- assists in fermentation, can help accelerate or "un-stuck" fermentation. * Sorbic acid -- preservative. * Sulfur dioxide -- preservative, anti-bacterial agent. * Nitrogen -- preservative. * Dimethyl dicarbonate -- preservative. * Carbon dioxide -- used to create sparkling wines. * Potassium metabisulphite -- bacterial inhibitor and preservative. * Potassium sorbate -- bacterial inhibitor and preservative used in conjunction with potassium and copper sulfites. * Ferrocyanide compounds -- used in clarifying/fining wines. Only allowed at 1 part per million in finished wine. * Citric acid -- occasionally used to increase acid levels of white wines. Allowed use of .7 grams per liter. * Potassium bitartrate -- stabilizer, prevents sedimentation. * Fruit concentrate of same grape variety -- used to improve color and flavor. ALLOWED PHYSICAL PROCESSING * Centrifuging -- used for various reasons, but commonly to remove yeast from wine before the completion of fermentation. * Micro, Nano filtration -- removal of sediment from wine. * Reverse Osmosis -- used to reduce alcohol levels. * Evaporation -- allowed during fermentation process only. * Thermal treatment -- aids in color extraction. * Electrodialysis -- a way of preventing tartrate based sedimentation in wines. * Ion Exchange Resin -- a way of preventing tartrate based sedimentation in wines. * Spinning Cone treatment -- used to reduce alcohol levels. * Thermal gradient processing -- used to fine tune alcohol levels. * Thin film evaporation under reduced pressure -- used to fine tune alcohol levels. * Metal/sulfide reducing matrix sheet -- I have no idea what this is used for.

deleted65698

Well I don't drink very often but when I do I tend to drink like most of the population, till I fall over and talk a lot of poo, and being a man not being able to aim straight when visiting the little boys room....Blossom Hill Cabernet Sauvignon, has in the past been very helpful in getting me to that stage on at least one occassion. So do Iceland also sell toilet cleaning products or will I have to stop off at Asda on the way back?

MintyMat

All I can say is that you always get what you pay for with wine. This isn't good wine - its worth £2.50 but that doesn't make it hot. You can buy something infinitely better, including wines from Iceland, for a couple of quid more. I don't think its snobby, I rarely pay more than a fiver. This mass marketed stuff will get you mashed, no doubt about that, but it bears no resemblance to anything that isn't mass marketed and costs a quid or 2 more. Please just explore a little bit.

deleted90968

LOL!

Felix pouches in jelly 12 pouches in a box - £2 in store @ Iceland
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Felix pouches in jelly 12 pouches in a box - £2 in store @ Iceland
£2
felix pouches in jelly 12 pouches in a box
ChunkyG

perfect timing for my 5 cats, cleared the 7 that were left on shelves:thumbsup:

jsansom

yee haaaa im off to get some gravy ones :>) good find thanks

shrek1

Great post - just got back and they had...... fish selection in jelly mixed selection in jelly AND GRAVY selection:thumbsup: got 2 of each!...........GREAT find.......heat & rep added

jsansom

Same question here my cat only eats the Gravy ones!! lol

cloudthecat

Bring back Meow mix! I'm off to see Kerry KATona in Iceleand then, before there is a CATastrophe & I miss out on my din dins! Meoooooooooowwwww (me running fast)

6 pack of Muller Little Stars for £1.50 BOGOF @ Iceland!
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6 pack of Muller Little Stars for £1.50 BOGOF @ Iceland!
£1.50
These gorgeous little yoghurt snacks are great for children. For breakfast, lunchtime or desert, at £1.50 buy one get one free, they are even more irresistable!! :-) xx
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deleted68006

These and the jellies are also on 66p for 6 in the Co-op at the moment. I have tried to work out how to post it-but can't-please would someone guide me through how to do it ? thanks

Great Value food items for £1 @ Iceland!
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Great Value food items for £1 @ Iceland!
£1
1.81kg Crinkle Cut Chips 750g Curly Fries 407g Cheese Melt Pizza 500g Lasagne 4 Beef Quarter Pounders 10 Cod Fish Cakes 750g Mini Corn Cobs 1kg Garden Peas 500g Apple Tart 10 Milk … Read more
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mosserbett

read the reply a bit slower & see if you get it :whistling: Carlesberg export 8 cans for £5.50

RedOnRed

What's a self proclaimed food snob doing in Pizza Hut and Iceland?

GAVINLEWISHUKD

They also have some 75p items here: ]http://www.iceland.co.uk/page/view/75p_freezer_essentials Its also good for people who dont have a car as if you spend £25 instore they will deliver for free. Now they sell a varied range of goods spending £25 is easy. I once walked past my local one and they had stella on offer but didn't have many left so going home to get the car was a bit risky so I just bought £25 worth of beer and when it arrived it was cold.

mosserbett

I admit to being a food snob & i'm not ashamed to say it, i always pay the extra 50p & have the curry icelands curries are really good, butter chicken,beef madras, chiken tikka massala & now lamb meatballs ( Kofta ) in a Balti sauce, also tomorrow i'm trying the chicken bhuna Hot mmmm my wife & i went to pizza hut last week we had the super supreme & it was utter pants, i said to my wife icelands pizzas are far better than this muck & they are at least £10 cheaper :w00t: she agreed & she is a pizza hut fan.

curlycat

I agree! :thumbsup:

Cereal - 2 for £3 @ Iceland!
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Cereal - 2 for £3 @ Iceland!
£3
Don't know if this is a bargain or not, but I thought I'd put it up anyway. 375g Coco Pops 450g Rice Krispies 500g Crunchy Nut Cornflakes 2 of any of these for £3 :-) xx
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deleted35540

are all supermarkets doing the deal? lol

baggies666

I love K.nut the tesco deal not the same will have to find an iceland to get some

chryssie

Morrisons deal is 3 for £2, so even better!! ;) mind you, probably not all the same variety of cereal, but I love honeynut shredded wheat so I got these and am now a happy bunny!

irshybar

ta very much, will go and stock up xx

deleted81673

how many grams are the boxes?

All freezer essentials for 75p @ Iceland!
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All freezer essentials for 75p @ Iceland!
£0.75
Shopping at Iceland makes every penny go as far as possible, so don't miss out on these bargains: 440g Freshpack Shepherds Pie 300g Aunt Bessie's Spotted Dick 375g Mr Brains Faggo… Read more
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deleted89560

Nice educated response, I guess the credit crunch is biting in your household hence the personal abuse, personally I work for a living and can afford to spend money on food that's actually food rather than soya protein and cardboard.

slippydisco

Sorry? Am I back at school again? Once again, comments have no relevance to the original post.

stamfordblue

Also spotted (not dick), 6 pack of Milky Way ice cream bars for 75p as well.

lynnexxxo

Anyone else think Faggots and spotted Dick could do with rebranding??

deleted6045

one word, gadz.... **** processed food

75p sale @ Iceland
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75p sale @ Iceland
£0.75
I work at iceland and saw a freezer at the end with things reduced to 75p I work at the Frinton store but may be across all look at the end freezer to see... Items: Aunt Bessie… Read more
deleted13440

welcome to HUKDs 98p, thanks :-D

98p

you know it says go to deal what do i put there if it is offline ?

98p

sorry i added a few items off the top of my head, i dont understand why its getting a bad reaction ?

mminghella

I'm sure this is a wind-up. Well done if it is!

fab_1

https://www.hotukdeals.com/item/239649/20-kids-ice-lolly-selection-was-2-0/ duplicate

20 Kids Ice Lolly Selection was £2.00 @Iceland now 75p
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20 Kids Ice Lolly Selection was £2.00 @Iceland now 75p
£0.75
We are having a clearout and these have been reduced to clear all remaining stock. 75p is a bargain. I cant confirm if this is in all stores but i presume it should be
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missismop

voted hot ,but wont be buying any im warned not to as to many ice cream things in freezer already he he he

TamaraKnight

I'll see if I can put a picture up tomorrow. Heat added :-) xx

ellielou

I got 3 boxes of the kids selection on Friday when I went in for 75p each, they also had Calypso ice lollies in the same freezer reduced from £3 to £1.50 for 8.

mattb_1987

oh and bags of starburst fruity chews are half price to 50p as well

mattb_1987

They have the other selection pack with 15 in as well reduced. I think this should be in all stores dependent on stock. Other reduced things include ice cream bombs, chicago town bbq pizzas and salt and pepper kebabs reduced from 2 quid to 75p

Iceland Store - Tuna steaks Coming up £2 for 4, not £4! Glitch?
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Iceland Store - Tuna steaks Coming up £2 for 4, not £4! Glitch?
£2
In the fish section, a pack of 4 tuna steaks is priced at £4.00. Price on packet and on freezer. But once run through till, only £2 charged! This was in southend on sea store on y… Read more
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magicbeans

irony i guess.

phonetic

Sounds good to me. Voted hot. Can't see why people would vote cold, unless they're going for irony.

McVities Penfguin biscuits 18 for the price of 9 - £1.25 @ Iceland
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Posted 29th Aug 2008Posted 29th Aug 2008
McVities Penfguin biscuits 18 for the price of 9 - £1.25 @ Iceland
£1.25
McVities Penguin bar is 75 years old, it was the flagship chocolate coated biscuit. You get double the amount of choclately fun for a bargain price. You can buy a couple of packs f… Read more
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Triple Velvet toilet rolls 12 for the price of 9 - £3.50 @ Iceland
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Posted 29th Aug 2008Posted 29th Aug 2008
Triple Velvet toilet rolls 12 for the price of 9 - £3.50 @ Iceland
£3.50
Luxuriously soft, strong toilet rolls. 3-ply toilet tissue with dimpled middle layer. 12 for the price of 9 is a lovely deal for those who want velvety softness on their tushy. W… Read more
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teamsupport

:w00t: Looks Like a Bum Deal 2 me.

KOGONAI

:thumbsup:

deanos

:w00t:

KOGONAI

easy deanos!!

deanos

what a s*** post

Lenor fabric conditioner Spring 3ltrs - £2 @ Iceland
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Posted 7th Aug 2008Posted 7th Aug 2008
Lenor fabric conditioner Spring 3ltrs - £2 @ Iceland
£2
If you do a lot of washing like me and you want your clothes to have that 'spring' fresh smell, then this is the fabric conditioner to buy. Just as a comparison, Tesco sell it at … Read more
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TamaraKnight

Thanks for pulling me up on my math. I did mean 22p, but it was first post nerves. Please forgive me and rush down to your local Iceland for this great deal. Can you really shampoo a car with this stuff? :-) xx

leon7mar

Thanks for this. Definitely get some! Love Iceland bargains.

merlie

you're not serious ?

beej

Iceland? You want me to walk into an Iceland store? IT'S A TRAP!!

dontdothatagain

Thanks :-D

24 cans of Pepsi - £5 in-store at Iceland
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Posted 17th Jul 2008Posted 17th Jul 2008
24 cans of Pepsi - £5 in-store at Iceland
£5
Just popped into my local Iceland, Blackpool, and they have cases of 24 cans for a fiver, less than 21p per can. Can't see it online.
jacqui13

Thank you for the support DIVA1977. A girl was just trying to help, as I hadn't seen any other postings for cheap cans. Good job I am not a sensitive soul lol. Hopefully, BristolDeal, I will get better with experience at postings, just a newbie :? Thanks emmajk 42 for assistance.:)

paul1521

12 cans for £1.99 in netto, so thats £3.98 for 24 cans. Think i win , i thank you:whistling:

DIVA1977

i still think its hot , asi personally wouldnt cart 24 cans thru town. Whereas with iceland you can have delivered for free if you spend 25 quid or can usually pull up outside

wisbech71

6 cans at woolworths £1.00 thats £4.00 for 24

bargainhunter2009

this price in asda the other day, and woolworths. Even cheaper at Costco so voted cold

Kellogg's Frosties 500g / Ricicles 450g / Variety Pack £1 each @ Iceland
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Posted 14th Jul 2008Posted 14th Jul 2008
Kellogg's Frosties 500g / Ricicles 450g / Variety Pack £1 each @ Iceland
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Kellogg's Frosties 500g, Ricicles 450g, Variety Pack £1 each at Iceland in-store.
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deleted35540

The Frosties pack I got did have.:)

peterkay11

are these frozen or are they reaady to eat ricicles does anyone know?????????

doivey

does this include the "free swim" packs becasue then this is a HOT HOT HOT deal :)

john_mac83

Yes these have been on offer since last week. Good price, especially on the frosties

trisham3838

great find...will get stocked up on them..heat added

5 pack of Rolos usually £1.65, now just £1 @ Iceland!
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Posted 11th Jun 2008Posted 11th Jun 2008
5 pack of Rolos usually £1.65, now just £1 @ Iceland!
£1
20p each, now you can afford to give your last one away....can't you?!!
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missismop

voted hot and no keep them all to myself lol

4pt Milk - £1.20 in-store @ Iceland - or 2 for £2
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Posted 1st Jun 2008Posted 1st Jun 2008
4pt Milk - £1.20 in-store @ Iceland - or 2 for £2
£2
You can get a 4 pint carton for 1.20 or 2 of them for 2.00
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hopeless

i did buy long life milk yesterday from iceland and the deal ther eis - buy 4 x 1 litres cartons (not pints!!) for £2 - now that represents value for those that don't mind the taste...

asandwhen

you are an idiot - you buy a tv once what every 10 years? you but milk what 3 times a week thats £1.50 a week thats £78 a year thats £780 over the 10 years. On that basis it is a better deal than your TV. get a life!

loki187

ok so we all have our opinions as to whats a hot deal, but its savings on things like the everyday essentials that you buy make a big difference to you know!;-)

mattb_1987

Says the one who just took the time to post this

nokmond

Wow save 50p big deal. hardly a deal is it. A hot deal is a telly thats £500 down from £1000. Get lives.

John Smiths - £2 in-store @ Iceland
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Posted 23rd May 2008Posted 23rd May 2008
John Smiths - £2 in-store @ Iceland
£2
Sorry if already posted did check but couldn't find it, In Icelands they are doing a offer on John Smiths £2.00 a pack of 4x don't know if every where but are store had loads
Broxy

Good price, hot.

ivornewname

Any one 4 a drink.

deleted4577

Bitter needs a better title :) Edit: This should be posted under Iceland deals... pls dont create merchants without checking first, thanks.

Iceland BBQ Bonanza instore for £5
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Posted 21st May 2008Posted 21st May 2008
Iceland BBQ Bonanza instore for £5
£5
I was a little apprehensive at first as I assumed the meat would taste more like cardboard but I was proved wrong. Plenty of sustenence. 25 piece Bumper BBQ Selection Pack 8 char… Read more
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mccannjg

Anybody actually bought these, are they any good?

magicjay1986

She is a mess isnt she.

Shiesh

These were available last year at £5 too!! Voted hot purely for the reason Iceland haven't increased the price!!! :thumbsup:

deleted19595

Well it has too be worth it for that fact that that awful Chav Kerry isnt in the tv advert,

magicjay1986

I was only kidding!! :whistling:

Iceland 1ltr Extremely Creamy Ice Cream - 2 for £2.00
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Posted 19th May 2008Posted 19th May 2008
Iceland 1ltr Extremely Creamy Ice Cream - 2 for £2.00
£2
I don't go shopping very often so this may not be a new deal for Iceland but it is a winner as far as my kids go. 2 x 1 litre packs for £2.00. Flavours to chose from as far as I … Read more
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deleted82806

Doh! Mean't to say why people vote cold. All that ice cream done froze ma brain!!:w00t:

h2w

Sure 2 litres of ice cream is usually this price or under everywhere isnt it?

orangemonkey

Because if it gets too hot, the ice cream melts!

SevenRings

It could also be asked "Why do people vote hot but can't make the effort to say why?" Which is exactly what you have just done. :whistling:

Dazflash

Hot from me too! Why do people vote cold but can't make the effort to say why?

Calypso Jubbly Ice Lollies £1 @ Iceland
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Posted 12th May 2008Posted 12th May 2008
Calypso Jubbly Ice Lollies £1 @ Iceland
£1
All flavours available, 10 in box, cheaper than iv seen anywhere else
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nikkit72

been to iceland and stocked up :P , got loads to keep kids happy :P

ajm007

Also available at Farmfoods same price. :)

mattb_1987

They do strawberry, blackcurrant, tropical and orange

Nash

Coool

80 Freezepops  (Ice Poles) ......... £1.50 @  Iceland Instore
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80 Freezepops (Ice Poles) ......... £1.50 @ Iceland Instore
£1.50
Scooby Doo and Disney (sugar free) - Incredibles,cars,finding nemo and toy story Flavours - Lemonade, strawberry, blackcurrent, orange, cola, raspberry, fruit salad. Great for ever… Read more
landofdan

i just chucked half a box of these in the bin, they were like speed for kids. sent my lad absolutly mental.

haj

voted cold tescos are doing:Calypso Safari Sugar Free Freezepop40 X 20ml for £0.50p

dougys123

great deal

12 Cans of Pepsi £2.50 @Iceland
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12 Cans of Pepsi £2.50 @Iceland
£2.50
I was doing my shift last night and noticed this. Quite a decent deal i think
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sophie***

Voted hot :thumbsup:

KelliePaisley

my local poundland doesn't sell multipacks anymore:x they just do the mix and match 4 things for a pound (can of drinks, crisps, chocolate etc), voted hot , making it around 20p for a can

adambaz

You can get 6 packs of cans (pepsi, pepsi max etc etc) in poundland. Making it 12 packs for £2. Cold.

deleted61549

you often get 6 cans of coke or simlar for £2.44 but 1 get 1 free in Tesco

mattb_1987

There are more Iceland stores though, so more likely to have an Iceland store. Good deal if you have a farmfoods near you though

Pack of 18 x Penguin Biscuits for £1.00 @ Iceland
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Pack of 18 x Penguin Biscuits for £1.00 @ Iceland
£1
When you feel a little p-peckish....
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simone_keary

bargain

deleted27118

Tesco have them 49p for 9 at the mo so similar deal (also rocky bars)

ZerocoolJ

Naarrrrr..................... Better chilled out of the fridge or better still, out of the freezer - they go all sticky and messy when they're hot. :prop: :viking: :prop:

deleted64116

Yum Yum... Voted Hot

gary_rip

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Penguin_(biscuit)

10 hot and spicy chicken breasts £5 from iceland
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10 hot and spicy chicken breasts £5 from iceland
£5
just been instore and got these 10 hot and spicy chicken breasts for a fiver. thought this is a great deal as they are roughly a fiver for 4 breasts in any other supermarket. great… Read more
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greyparrot

hey belive me by african greyparrot does eat chicken. hehe. i had the chicken breasts last night and they are yum will be buying more for the bbq at weekend.

WantOne

Bear with me Beavis & Butthead Heh, Heh, Heh Heh Grey Parrots eating Chickens ! ! :o Nice!! Heat

caverncity

when I buy chicken I always check where it was actually packed so gives you an idea how it was reared not that i buy free range too dear just prefer home grown. Iceland tend to use Brazil and Thailand which I stear clear of as its cheap chicken. Tried asda cheap chicken once, when it defrosted it was as slimy as anything. check the packet and it will have at least two letters.

greyparrot

yeah 850g. oh gosh the free range mob!! didnt think of that. haha

Shengis

Does it have a pack weight on the box? I'm really just here to see how long it takes the free range mob to turn up for an argument:whistling:

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