Half Price Butchers' Handmade British Beef Steak Burgers 50p each @ Morrisons (Plus look out in the post for a £3 off £20 spend voucher)
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Half Price Butchers' Handmade British Beef Steak Burgers 50p each @ Morrisons (Plus look out in the post for a £3 off £20 spend voucher)

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Found 19th Aug 2013
Ahead of the pending 'hot' bank holiday weekend and bbq's:

- Half price Morrisons Butchers' Handmade British Beef Steak Burgers 50p each
- Half price large white baps 6 pack for 50p

Offer ends 26th August

Update: Various members have confirmed they have received a leaflet in the post for Morrisons which includes a £3 voucher off £20 spend and £5 off £35 spend for the period 19th Aug to 8th Sep. Possible to use one of these vouchers to get a very good deal for the bank holiday. Thanks to aasmaramzan and RedStarBelgrade for this addition.

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Original Poster

https://www.morrisons.co.uk/Global/Offers2013/August/wc19_08/05_BurgersBaps/OFFER5_C_MarketSt_Burger_Baps_V3.jpg

You should put 6 pack in the title - could be read as 1 burger for 50p

Original Poster

G0OSE

You should put 6 pack in the title - could be read as 1 burger for 50p



That is what I believe the offer to be, despite the picture, i'm pretty sure these are sold individually at the Morrisons butcher and will be 50p. Will check later on.

Tesco are doing the same deal

Banned

Tried Tesco burgers - they bloat when BBq'd due to the excessive rusk/cereal content. If it ain't that then it must be something more sinister.

eggman

Tried Tesco burgers - they bloat when BBq'd due to the excessive … Tried Tesco burgers - they bloat when BBq'd due to the excessive rusk/cereal content. If it ain't that then it must be something more sinister.



Yeah g
Lord knows what else is in these things...make your own as easy, tasty and at least you know what is in them then! I do think morrison's meat is the best of al the supermarkets though....maybe these are OK but the TESCO ones are not great as above, someone bought at a BBQ I was at and they do bloat up...yuk!
Edited by: "teachelly" 19th Aug 2013

Had these before and taste alot better than the other junk around. Last time they were on offer you could buy them in twos though. try asking the butcher instore like I did!

Hope you can buy them in 2 packs like last time. Although they were 45p last time so have gone up in price.

Us British, the majority of us think that a BBQ consists of either a processed beef burger or sausage in a bun or roll, and those more "artisan" may be inclined to dress it up with melted cheese or dare I say salad.

these burgers are superb best by far for the money and well worth a pound each so bargain at 50 p

eggman

Tried Tesco burgers - they bloat when BBq'd due to the excessive … Tried Tesco burgers - they bloat when BBq'd due to the excessive rusk/cereal content. If it ain't that then it must be something more sinister.



Neighhhhhh!

they are made from 100% british beef!

last time they had this offer 4 for £2 packs were also available

These are nice had these before would highly recommend

Thanks

"Handmade" - yuk! Far rather mine were made by a hygienic machine.

Banned

Morrisons burgers vs Tesco burgers = about 50:0

Man U vs some rubbish like Rotherham

cicobuff

Us British, the majority of us think that a BBQ consists of either a … Us British, the majority of us think that a BBQ consists of either a processed beef burger or sausage in a bun or roll, and those more "artisan" may be inclined to dress it up with melted cheese or dare I say salad.



Your point? Should people stop eating the food that they like and start eating other stuff just so they can look more sophisticated?

Banned

You don't have to buy & eat rubbish.

As Morrisons demonstrates with 50p a real nice beef steak burger, 50p an iceburg lettuce and 50p a punnet of ripe tomatoes: no need to pay through the nose for an A1 burger.

Yuck........ Quorn all the way thanks oO

huggychair

Neighhhhhh!



2 hours and 8 minutes, must be a record.

Banned

lubbly jubbly

Besford

"Handmade" - yuk! Far rather mine were made by a hygienic machine.


Do you go to restaurants run by robots?

Just had some.
Not as good as my pwn but I worked late and wanted something quick.
Perfectly acceptable burgers and a lot better than the frozen rubbish from Birdseye and the like.

Just had some.
Not as good as my pwn but I worked late and wanted something quick.
Perfectly acceptable burgers and a lot better than the frozen rubbish from Birdseye and the like.

huggychair

Neighhhhhh!

They had these on a few months back and they just bolted away.

Just seen the advert this minute I. The tele for these burgers and it was 6 burgers for £3. Didn't say anything about an individual price. Just heads up incase you need to change title.

Hot deal still.

Original Poster

lewinneil84

Just seen the advert this minute I. The tele for these burgers and it was … Just seen the advert this minute I. The tele for these burgers and it was 6 burgers for £3. Didn't say anything about an individual price. Just heads up incase you need to change title.Hot deal still.


Thanks, if anyone can confirm you can buy individually as would not want to mislead.

moob

Do you go to restaurants run by robots?



Of course!

These Morrison's burgers are very nice to be fair.
Just shy of a 1/4 pounder and lovely flopped in some Cajun seasoning first. Be careful not to overcook though as they shrink easily.

They are handmade in-store, and usually sold in 6-pack trays on the fresh meat isle. If the store/ meat counter is big enough you can buy them individually from there.

deal

huggychair

These Morrison's burgers are very nice to be fair.Just shy of a 1/4 … These Morrison's burgers are very nice to be fair.Just shy of a 1/4 pounder and lovely flopped in some Cajun seasoning first. Be careful not to overcook though as they shrink easily.They are handmade in-store, and usually sold in 6-pack trays on the fresh meat isle. If the store/ meat counter is big enough you can buy them individually from there.



Why 'be fair' (hate that pointless, overused expression - adds nothing to the sentence!)?
Edited by: "Besford" 20th Aug 2013

Besford

Why 'be fair' (hate that pointless, overused expression - adds nothing to … Why 'be fair' (hate that pointless, overused expression - adds nothing to the sentence!)?



Not as pointless as your remark about handmade food - to be fair.

they are sold as six pack not individually

Besford

Why 'be fair' (hate that pointless, overused expression - adds nothing to … Why 'be fair' (hate that pointless, overused expression - adds nothing to the sentence!)?



Because I intervened using equine 'entendres' in a previous comment.
It wasn't overused and was used in respect of the OP. and within the context of the thread.

They can be purchased individually from the butchers counter.

Sold by weight so not exactly 50p/burger, but I bought two and they came to £1.06, so not far off.
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