Heineken Sub reduced in price for Valentine's Day promotion (was £119) £75
-18°Expired

Heineken Sub reduced in price for Valentine's Day promotion (was £119) £75

£75UK The Sub Deals
12
Found 7th FebEdited by:"Albert_Hall"
Bought one of these for £69 in a Black Friday deal.

Were originally £169. Normally £119. Great deal if anyone had been put off waiting for them to go back down in price.

Free shipping also.

Further 10% off through quidco too
Community Updates

Groups

12 Comments
Is it 5 o'clock yet?
Pardon the pun,but "cold" from me.

Basically a tiny fridge that holds just 2 litres of beer at £8 a pop.If you could reuse the beer pods may of been of use to someone.And you have to wait for the booze to chill,and can only purchase from this supplier.

Rather buy a mini fridge for similar money and fill it with regular cans for half the price.

Style over substance.
Think the Heineken one is 99 unfortunately:(
Freddiethecat41 m ago

Rather buy a mini fridge for similar money and fill it with regular cans …Rather buy a mini fridge for similar money and fill it with regular cans for half the price.Style over substance.


The beer doesn't taste the same from a can and your mini fridge probably wont chill down to 2 degree's like the Sub does. Each to their own though, I think my Heineken branded one is a great addition to the man cave and look way better than a mini fridge.
Freddiethecat47 m ago

Pardon the pun,but "cold" from me.Basically a tiny fridge that holds just …Pardon the pun,but "cold" from me.Basically a tiny fridge that holds just 2 litres of beer at £8 a pop.If you could reuse the beer pods may of been of use to someone.And you have to wait for the booze to chill,and can only purchase from this supplier.Rather buy a mini fridge for similar money and fill it with regular cans for half the price.Style over substance.


It's not a" tiny fridge". Yes it keeps it really cold but it's designed to deliver a draught like beer. I have one and its definitely better than beer out a bottle or can. The cheapest beer is Pelfortth at £6.99 for 2litres, a very decent french beer that you cant get in the UK. that works out at £3.50 a litre which I think isnt too bad. I dont pay much less than for most of my beer in the supermarket. You also dont have to wait to chill the beer. You pre-chill it in the fridge. The range of beers is also very good, even if at the moment you can mostly have to buy direct (amazon carry the torps also).

It's like a tassimo machine for beer. Yes, you can make your coffee the old fashioned way and it's cheaper, but people still buy them because it delivers better quality and its convenient to have it on tap. Who doesnt want beer on tap!

Here are the comments form the last time it was on offer. Dont just take my word for it.

hotukdeals.com/dea…e=5
Wasting your time if your glasses don't have activators in them.
From watching a video on YouTube. It looks like they could possibly be reusable. I keep meaning to try it out. You can take the "hose" connection out of the top. Fill it with your own beer and then re pressurise it with a bicycle pump.
Dont forget 0% quidco
Albert_Hall7th Feb

The cheapest beer is Pelfortth at £6.99 for 2litres, a very decent french …The cheapest beer is Pelfortth at £6.99 for 2litres, a very decent french beer that you cant get in the UK. that works out at £3.50 a litre which I think isnt too bad. I dont pay much less than for most of my beer in the supermarket.


£3.50 a litre? My local is only a smidge more than that, but then I do live within walking distance of a Sam Smiths pub, and my lager of choice there is Taddy (4.5% ABV).
monkeyhanger751 h, 48 m ago

£3.50 a litre? My local is only a smidge more than that, but then I do …£3.50 a litre? My local is only a smidge more than that, but then I do live within walking distance of a Sam Smiths pub, and my lager of choice there is Taddy (4.5% ABV).


Then go to your local?
This is for those of us who want a ‘pub pint’ without having to leave the house. It’s great at what it does.
I'd rather be out socialising in the pub than paying top end pub prices for Heineken in the house. Not really a deal IMO when drinking in costs as much as drinking out.
monkeyhanger7532 m ago

I'd rather be out socialising in the pub than paying top end pub prices …I'd rather be out socialising in the pub than paying top end pub prices for Heineken in the house. Not really a deal IMO when drinking in costs as much as drinking out.


unfortunately not everyone has the option of socialising in the pub when you have a young family or even live in an area where a taxi to the nearest pub costs as much as your first Sub anyway.
Edited by: "paulj48" 8th Feb
Post a comment

Deal posting newbie! This is Albert_Hall first deal post. Help out by leaving a posting tip or just to show your appreciation for their contribution.

Avatar
@
    Text