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Heinz at Home - The Essentials Bundle £10 - Free Delivery for Blue Light Card holders or £3.50
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Heinz at Home - The Essentials Bundle £10 - Free Delivery for Blue Light Card holders or £3.50

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Posted 9th Apr

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Heinz Essentials Bundle £10.00

  • 2 x 4 pack of 415g Baked Beanz in tomato sauce
  • 1 x 4 pack of 400g Cream of Tomato Soup
  • 1 x 4 pack of 400g Spaghetti Hoops

Delivery is £3.50 for non blue card holders.

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Once again trying to make a profit from people not being able to get them items at the moment
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Works out 84p a can. That great a deal?
Very expensive.
ASDA charge £2 for 4 tins of beans and Iceland do 6 tins for £2.
This is daylight robbery.
Edited by: "MattOsprey" 9th Apr
Once again trying to make a profit from people not being able to get them items at the moment
For the blue light workers it seems like a decent deal. Might make things a little easier for them.
Ridiculously priced!
this is a convenient deal, you cant get tins anywhere and this is useful.
Thanks ordered. Can't get a delivery slot at the supermarket so this is great.
Hinze beans are horrible now, better go to Lidl (for your necessary shopping)
and save even more than this deal
It’s a good deal for them but what about every 1 else if they really wanted to help they would do it at that price for every1
nydare09/04/2020 16:45

84p??? £10 ÷ 16 cans is 63p?


You're not including shipping
darb009/04/2020 16:56

You're not including shipping


Free for blue light.
darb009/04/2020 16:59

Or £3.50


Well yes but the main point is it's free for our amazing nhs that makes the price reasonable.
This is overpriced, Heinz should be ashamed of themselves.
this is not overpriced at all. Independent shops are charged more at wholesale than 63p a can. Just checked and Heinz soup and beans cost 75p a can when buying cases of 24.

Obviously supermarkets get better deals and use key products as loss leaders as well.
Heinz obviously recognise the need
So why not do it at cost price
Should not be trying to make a profit and PR on this
You can pick up four packs for £2 so that’s £8 which works out at 50p a can so yes this is a lot
Imagine being a front line worker battling so hard on a 12+ hour shift. Your only glimpse of something to look forward to is your Heinz spaghetti hoops when you finish

Sure NHS workers have got a lot of free food being thrown at them for all angles at the moment
Hinze beans are horrible now, better go to Lidl (for your necessary shopping)
and save even more than this deal.

I dont think Heinz will ever be replaced by whatever brand LIDL sell as the number one brand..
It`s all about taste of the individual, luckily most of us love Hinze Binze.
Pricey
john_chappell09/04/2020 16:26

Works out 84p a can. That great a deal?


Terrible - should be about 20 pence a tin as its coming direct from manufacturer - postage is fair as that is an additional cost but 84 pence for a can is a complete con.
Edited by: "colombo" 10th Apr
When you can't get a delivery slot and don't want to risk the shops this is an alternative
These are readily available at every store I've been to. The difficult ones to find are things like vegetarian Ravioli etc, so this seems a pointless exercise.
itfckenty09/04/2020 16:39

this is a convenient deal, you cant get tins anywhere and this is useful.


Every single major supermarket and small shop I've been to has these. It's other options that are hard to find. Maybe London is different, but it seems unlikely given that even shops that were stripped still had these.
carnivaist10/04/2020 14:38

Every single major supermarket and small shop I've been to has these. It's …Every single major supermarket and small shop I've been to has these. It's other options that are hard to find. Maybe London is different, but it seems unlikely given that even shops that were stripped still had these.


Where I'm from there isn't any. I'm sure depending on where you live, stock will vary. But for me, this is convenient.
I’ve ordered as I can’t go to the shops, I can’t get them delivered online when I do manage to get a food delivery, so what am I to do?! Great from Heinz!
MattOsprey09/04/2020 16:30

Very expensive.ASDA charge £2 for 4 tins of beans and Iceland do 6 tins …Very expensive.ASDA charge £2 for 4 tins of beans and Iceland do 6 tins for £2.This is daylight robbery.


I was just thinking the same
Even for NHS staff it is expensive, better off at Iceland
Am I the only person who likes eating Heinz Spaghetti (or Hoops) cold, straight from the can? Yes, I know, I'm an animal
HOT - I was going to share this on here but did a search first and already posted. For the negative comments I will just say that it is a good deal and it will help someone. Yes I know you can get them cheaper but the problem is getting them. My son is at uni and he is not allowed to travel home now so getting an order of food to him has been impossible. Amazon pantry have limited items and all the supermarket delivery slots are full. So less negativity please, people are just trying to help.
Has anyone else rec'd a second delivery ... I had a delivery around a week after placing an order on the 11th April , and another load has been delivered today .. this wasn't a monthly subscription order was it ??
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