IAMS BOGOF Deal on Cat / Dog Food @ Pets at home
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IAMS BOGOF Deal on Cat / Dog Food @ Pets at home

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Found 20th Jan 2010
Pets at home are doing a ONE DAY ONLY deal on IAMS Cat & Dog Food

There is BOGOF on IAMS Cat Food 12 x pouches at £4.99 each

As pet owners will know, this beats the 2 for £5 deal offered by most supermarkets
(In fact Tesco's best deal on cat food at the moment is 2 for £6)

There is BOGOF on the Dry Cat Food 3kg bags at £13.99 each

(not a supermarket price beater, but still good value)

There are dog food offers as well but I am only shopping for cats.....
And free delivery for orders over £49, so I loaded up!

(edit - BTW This is online only)

16 Comments

Thanks, ordered 2x15kg bags for the dog.

Banned

isnt this a proctor and gamble product?

heard really bad things about iams.

Original Poster

The point I tried to make in return, is that I have posted this deal to demonstrate a money saving opportunity - not to engage in a political debate about the moral and ethical integrity of the brand.

Q: Do you save money when using the advertised deal?
A: Yes, a substantial amount when compared to other cat food products at other retailers.

Therefore, the deal has achieved its goal!
If you want to discuss animal cruelty, then visit the appropriate website.
Otherwise, just let people take advantage of the opportunity to save a few quid - after all, that is the point of the forum.

if you love your pets make sure your feeding them quality foods ... a little aims investigating will tell all as i have just discovered !!!!

I agree with the original poster - This website is called 'Hot UK Deals', NOT 'I want to promote my own agenda'. The iams cruelty website is a PETA website - a totally unbiased and independant view - NOT!

Lets get back to bargains and leave your 'I've read it on a website, so it must be true' mentality to other sites.

At the end of the day, my cat likes eating IAMS, it is good for the cat, and the deal is a good one. End Of!

You lot are a funny bunch - this is clearly a deal, have some heat. If you are concerned on a day to day basis about these issues, you should really do your own research on the net, rather than relying on the posts on a bargain site! :thumbsup:

Good Deal, was a tad dissapointed by £4.95 delivery as i could quite easily go to my local store. last time i went i spent £30 on buy 2 get 1 free. so this is a really good deal even thou it cost me £20.

Cats love it, good deal,

All the protesters your better of hugging trees

Good deal voted hot although after the useful info linked to in the comments have chosen to no longer buy this brand.

Really disappointed to hear that some posts had been censored. It's the comments on UKHD that makes the site useful and the debates which make the site so interesting !

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croline;7604154

I take it then, Brigid, that you don't shop in the big supermarket chains … I take it then, Brigid, that you don't shop in the big supermarket chains (ie. Tesco, Sainsbury's, Morrissons) that are renowned for the poor prices paid to growers, as well as questionable living conditions of the animals raised for meat/dairy products?I take it then, Brigid, that you don't shop at ASDA, owned by WALMART who distribute bullets to schoolchildren over the supermarket checkout so they might perform mass killings at their high schools?I take it then, Brigid, that you don't wear any clothes produced by the large internationals (e.g. Primark, Nike) that are renowned for exploiting child labour practices in their factories in the Far East?I take it then, Brigid, that you don't eat at any of the fast food chains (e.g. McDonalds, KFC) whose questionable custom and practice behind the hygiene and living conditions of their animals (chickens, cows, for example) is well documented?I take it then, Brigid, that you don't actually eat any restaurants following the emergence of the practice to incorporate tips into staff wages which has left many restaurant employees working on salaries well below minimum wage?I take it then, Brigid, that you don't drive any cars due to the carbon emissions that are having a detrimental effect on the global human population as well as the Earth as a whole?I take it then, Brigid, that you don't eat any fish or seafood due to the rapid decline in the population of the most consumed species and the poor pay, living and working conditions for many fishermen?I take it then, Brigid, that you don't consume honey due to the decline and imminent extinction of the UK bee population?I take it then, Brigid, that you don't use any products from the firm Nestle (who produce and distribute dairy products, , who are renowned for their appalling tactics in the marketing of milk formula to mothers in developing countries?If the answer to all of the above is CORRECT then you must not leave the house!In fact, using the Nestle example, I imagine many people who have waded into this discussion do not realise that Nestle own the FELIX cat food brand - if I had posted a deal for this pet food, I wonder whether it would have received the same response? I doubt it.In a perfect world, every industry across every country would be free of cruelty and injustice. However, in reality, this is not the case and people make choices. These choices are generally based on availability, opportunity, cost and quality.In a time of global recession, people are operating on an ever tightening budget. Therefore, like many others, I buy IAMS cat food. I buy Primark jeans. I buy Tesco Value chicken. It doesn't make me a THICKIE. It is because I don't want to go hungry. I don't want to be naked. And I am sure you would agree that starving my pets is counter-productive to your own argument!In addition, just because a story is documented in the media, it doesn't automatically become factually accurate. In the same way, I am sure there exists some unethical and immoral behaviour related to the products you buy, the place you work, the friends you socialise with - just because you can't see it, that doesn't mean it's not there.So, tell me again, which one of us is the thickie...?


tl; dr

now who's ranting on lol

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d146895x;7601578

I agree with the original poster - This website is called 'Hot UK Deals', … I agree with the original poster - This website is called 'Hot UK Deals', NOT 'I want to promote my own agenda'. The iams cruelty website is a PETA website - a totally unbiased and independant view - NOT!Lets get back to bargains and leave your 'I've read it on a website, so it must be true' mentality to other sites.At the end of the day, my cat likes eating IAMS, it is good for the cat, and the deal is a good one. End Of!


now that is where you are completely wrong! Its really bad for cats. Its mainly filler corn with zero nutrional value.

Felix/Purina, Iams, and Go-cat are all poor quality cat foods. Before following your vet's food recommendation, keep in mind that vets get /very/ little nutritional training during their schooling. Besides that, what training they /do/ get is usually sponsored or taught by... you guessed it, the crappy pet food companies! They also often get kickbacks from the companies for pushing their products at their clinics (Science Diet, Royal Canin etc.)

Therefore this may be hot for price but I would still say its a really bad deal in the long run for your cat. End of!

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dealauthority;7601696

You lot are a funny bunch - this is clearly a deal, have some heat. If … You lot are a funny bunch - this is clearly a deal, have some heat. If you are concerned on a day to day basis about these issues, you should really do your own research on the net, rather than relying on the posts on a bargain site! :thumbsup:


I think thats the point! :whistling: We have done our research and are just helping remove the ignorance surrounding proctor & gamble products. You dont have to read our comments but some animal lovers may well appreciate having their ignorance removed :thumbsup:

This offer has NOT expired.

Can Mods please fix?

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cb-uk;7609771

This offer has NOT expired.Can Mods please fix?


contact a mod then to unexpire

Editor

Once again I have removed the discussion from this thread. This is the deals section, and as such we want to keep it on topic, not letting the thread be taken over by discussion on animal cruelty.


flipnfil;7603126

Really disappointed to hear that some posts had been censored. It's the … Really disappointed to hear that some posts had been censored. It's the comments on UKHD that makes the site useful and the debates which make the site so interesting !



This is not about censorship, the deals forum is just not the place for such debates. It just takes over the entire thread as we have seen above. If anyone wants to start a thread in the misc section to discuss this then they are free to do so, as that is the appropriate forum.

Any further off topic / discussion on animal cruelty posts on this thread will be deleted.

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millarcat;7610058

Once again I have removed the discussion from this thread. This is the … Once again I have removed the discussion from this thread. This is the deals section, and as such we want to keep it on topic, not letting the thread be taken over by discussion on animal cruelty.This is not about censorship, the deals forum is just not the place for such debates. It just takes over the entire thread as we have seen above. If anyone wants to start a thread in the misc section to discuss this then they are free to do so, as that is the appropriate forum.Any further off topic / discussion on animal cruelty posts on this thread will be deleted.


WTF!

How can highlighting how bad this food is for cats be off-topic? :x

Oh well, feed your cats this junk and live with the consequences lol

nearly zero nutritional value!

millarcat;7610058

Once again I have removed the discussion from this thread. This is the … Once again I have removed the discussion from this thread. This is the deals section, and as such we want to keep it on topic, not letting the thread be taken over by discussion on animal cruelty.This is not about censorship, the deals forum is just not the place for such debates. It just takes over the entire thread as we have seen above. If anyone wants to start a thread in the misc section to discuss this then they are free to do so, as that is the appropriate forum.Any further off topic / discussion on animal cruelty posts on this thread will be deleted.



Many deals discuss the merits of the company involved, the product and possible alternatives so I dont understand why this thread should be treated any differently. The current top deal (a laptop) has sparked the usual laptop v desktop debate while not directly relevant, it can be interesting and informative for people.

You must know that posting anything in the misc section would get a fraction of the views and surely any information that may directly influence your decision to purchase the product should be allowed within the deals section ?

I love HUKD, please don't go all corporate on us !
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