Hovis bread plus 4 tins of Heinz Beans or Spaghetti £2.00 @ tesco
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Hovis bread plus 4 tins of Heinz Beans or Spaghetti £2.00 @ tesco

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Found 9th Jan 2016
Price for 4 tins of Heinz Baked Bean or 4 tins of Spaghetti and a Hovis loaf would be £2 (after price match)

Buy any of the following Heinz tins x 4 and get a free Hovis Loaf

• Heinz Spaghetti In Tomato Sauce 4 X 400G
• Heinz Baked Beans 50% Less Sugar 4 Pack 415G
• Heinz Baked Beans In Tomato Sauce 415G X 4 Pack
• Heinz Cream Of Tomato Soup 4 X 400G

Free Loafs in the Offer

• Hovis Best Of Both Thick White Bread 750G
• Hovis Soft White Doorstep Bread 800G
• Hovis Wholemeal Thick Bread 800G
• Hovis Soft White Thick Bread 800G
• Hovis Soft White Medium Bread 800G
• Hovis Wholemeal Medium Bread 800G

Price Match Refund from Tesco

£2.60 outlay, but 60p back from Tesco' when they price match 4 packs against Sainsburys and Morrisons who are selling these at £2 making this a great deal for bread and beans. Usual Tesco brand match policy applies. Must have 8 branded items or more in your basket.

Heinz Baked beans £0.60 back
Heinz Spaghetti £0.50 back

Total price for 4 tins of Heinz Baked Bean or Spaghetti and a Hovis loaf is £2 (after price match)

Offer valid for delivery from 4/1/2016 until 19/1/2016

Links below.

25 Comments

It's not that good a deal....u can buy the hovis loaf and 4 cans individually of heinz beans WITH sausages for 2.79....so its like warm from me...

Original Poster

PLANKT0N0

It's not that good a deal....u can buy the hovis loaf and 4 cans … It's not that good a deal....u can buy the hovis loaf and 4 cans individually of heinz beans WITH sausages for 2.79....so its like warm from me...



Sainsburys and Morrisons are selling 4 packs of baked beans for £2, so with tescos price match you'll also get 60p back on the price match, so this is a good deal.

PLANKT0N0

It's not that good a deal....u can buy the hovis loaf and 4 cans … It's not that good a deal....u can buy the hovis loaf and 4 cans individually of heinz beans WITH sausages for 2.79....so its like warm from me...



where from?

I'm not here for the arguments as far as I'm concerned this is a lot of beans or spaghetti on toast for the price X)

Heat added

Who's binfartain oO

Who is really going to go to tesco and buy ONLY this to save 60p on a price match? Anything else in your basket cheaper than sainsbury means refund wont pay out.

Original Poster

chocci

Who is really going to go to tesco and buy ONLY this to save 60p on a … Who is really going to go to tesco and buy ONLY this to save 60p on a price match? Anything else in your basket cheaper than sainsbury means refund wont pay out.



Ermm and a free loaf of bread.
Edited by: "spiderontheweb" 10th Jan 2016

Hovis tends to be

spiderontheweb

Ever heard of MySupermarket?




Also hovis tends to be 80p for thick white at lidl, and 4 tins of branston beans currentky go for a pound at the coop. Not saying this is a bad deal just that tescos are now more inline with what you should expect to pay.

Original Poster

JeffsterRule

Hovis tends to be Also hovis tends to be 80p for thick white at lidl, and … Hovis tends to be Also hovis tends to be 80p for thick white at lidl, and 4 tins of branston beans currentky go for a pound at the coop. Not saying this is a bad deal just that tescos are now more inline with what you should expect to pay.



Fair point, but if you shop at Tesco anyway and get home delivery and club card points and prefer Heinz over Branston and don't want to spend time getting to both the coop and Lidl and park/pay bus fare... Then this might be a better option.8)

Does anybody still prefer Heinz beans over Branstons? oO Blimey.

spiderontheweb

Fair point, but if you shop at Tesco anyway and get home delivery and … Fair point, but if you shop at Tesco anyway and get home delivery and club card points and prefer Heinz over Branston and don't want to spend time getting to both the coop and Lidl and park/pay bus fare... Then this might be a better option.8)


price match matches your whole basket, not individual goods so your whole basket of £40+ for home delivery must be dearer than the others to get the 60p! oO

Rather pay the extra £0.16 to get Branston beans, £1.27 for 4 until 2nd Feb.

Heinz beans are just so sweet!

Hovis and Kingsmill bread have gone downhill imo, even with a 3 to 4 day best before date the edges of the bread seem stiff. Began to dislike it so much that it forced me to buy a breadmaker.

Good deal if you're into soup and bread.

burhaan7777

Hovis and Kingsmill bread have gone downhill imo, even with a 3 to 4 day … Hovis and Kingsmill bread have gone downhill imo, even with a 3 to 4 day best before date the edges of the bread seem stiff. Began to dislike it so much that it forced me to buy a breadmaker.Good deal if you're into soup and bread.




Bread even with all is keep fresh additives is not designed for warm places so thats most artificial heated homes, even a bread bin can get hot inside unless heavy duty heavy old style ones, sealing the bag and placing in the fridge preferably in a large plastic container works a treat. Bread lasts a week plus

If you used half a can of beans/spaghetti for supper on toast thats 2+weeks of supper plus soup for 4 days lunch with bread and a loaf left over, damn hot for the price and for Heinz

16 suppers and 4 lunches and 3 loafs, 30p a meal with some bread left over is a BARGAIN if you are online Tesco shopping.

Heat added, remember do not store open cans in your fridge use a container/crockery with cling film.
Edited by: "seaniboy" 10th Jan 2016

Remember you need to factor in another 8 items as tesco brand match only works if you have 10 or more unique items in the basket.

MrsBartolozzi

Remember you need to factor in another 8 items as tesco brand match only … Remember you need to factor in another 8 items as tesco brand match only works if you have 10 or more unique items in the basket.


Coffee, Milk, sugar, spread, bread (surely Hovis counts?).... should not be too hard

seaniboy

Bread even with all is keep fresh additives is not designed for warm … Bread even with all is keep fresh additives is not designed for warm places so thats most artificial heated homes, even a bread bin can get hot inside unless heavy duty heavy old style ones, sealing the bag and placing in the fridge preferably in a large plastic container works a treat. Bread lasts a week plus


bread goes stale quicker in a fridge

google.co.uk/sea…9Dw

For an extra 29 pence in Farmfoods you can get a four pack of spaghetti and two loaves of bread (£2.29). If you use the FF vouchers it makes that slightly cheaper so cold for me.

Original Poster

Iamthebargainhunter008

For an extra 29 pence in Farmfoods you can get a four pack of spaghetti … For an extra 29 pence in Farmfoods you can get a four pack of spaghetti and two loaves of bread (£2.29). If you use the FF vouchers it makes that slightly cheaper so cold for me.



I can't see that deal on here, have you posted this at all?

chocci

bread goes stale quicker in a … bread goes stale quicker in a fridgehttps://www.google.co.uk/search?num=100&site=&source=hp&q=bread+fridge&oq=bread+fridge&gs_l=hp.3..0l10.982.2909.0.3638.13.10.0.2.2.0.325.1144.0j5j1j1.7.0....0...1c.1.64.hp..5.8.836.0.YcKGmuSs9Dw




Fridge bread does not go stale after a couple of days, it doesnt go moldy either. Makes great toast.

Buy a loaf, half freeze, half fridged for the week

seaniboy

Fridge bread does not go stale after a couple of days, it doesnt go moldy … Fridge bread does not go stale after a couple of days, it doesnt go moldy either. Makes great toast. Buy a loaf, half freeze, half fridged for the week


I never said it goes stale in 2 days, just that it goes stale quicker

Thought everyone knew that

That link I posted had every link showing you shouldn't refrigerate bread

Care to show some evidence to the contrary?
Edited by: "chocci" 10th Jan 2016

Iamthebargainhunter008

For an extra 29 pence in Farmfoods you can get a four pack of spaghetti … For an extra 29 pence in Farmfoods you can get a four pack of spaghetti and two loaves of bread (£2.29). If you use the FF vouchers it makes that slightly cheaper so cold for me.



We dont have a Farmfoods nearby, the nearest 'corporation' is a mile away - Tesco Extra, Alldays (remember them!) got closed down, more recently Greggs closed the doors after 2 years, Sainsbury Local was picketed beyond belief at the planning stage (2500 objections). We have 3 local shops all independents through Spar, Nisa and Premier, 6 hair/barbers, several charity shops and 3 bakers shops, 3 bars and about 20 independent owner occupied specialist shops, 1 independent chemist and the only corporation is Boots! Do I live in some posh village ? No a suburb of a major Scot city full of as many residents as uni students (who supported the permanent residents against Sainsburys) we are bucking the trend nationally, we dont use the corporations en masse


The poshest end of the area has every corporation you can think of because they them in and most the independents folded.

The nearest Farmfoods is in the city centre area, full of junkies, cant see my areas residents spending £3 on the bus to Junkiefoods on cost, experience nor independence, besides Tesco Extra is not far a walk and no junkies


Edit: Forgot the bank, and butcher, 1 of the specialists is a GREENGROCER! Remember them, fruit and veg shops for the younger lot on here

Edited by: "seaniboy" 10th Jan 2016

chocci

I never said it goes stale in 2 days, just that it goes stale … I never said it goes stale in 2 days, just that it goes stale quickerThought everyone knew that That link I posted had every link showing you shouldn't refrigerate breadCare to show some evidence to the contrary?



Well I get mould on my bread in 2 days out the fridge, all year round. Fridge works.
im not posting a naked picture of my carb midrift, you are confusing HUKD with other sites you may frequent lol
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