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ICELAND "BIG BRANDS" 1/2 PRICE EVENT
Iceland foods have started their "January Sale" with a 1/2 price event.

Stores around the UK will be rolling out the "Big Brands at 1/2 Price" promotion over the rest of the week.

Just a couple of offers:

900ml Carte D'Or Ice Cream
Was £3.00 (Now £1.50) - [Still £3.37 at local Tesco]

4 McDougall's Deep Filled Meat & Potato/Chicken Pies
Was £2.50 (Now £1.25)

Birds Eye Field Fresh Petits Pois
Was £2.00 (Now £1.00)


This is Nationwide


P.S. - ALL stores are 1/2 pricing their christmas items and MOST stores are still receiving deliveries with reduced items (According to Iceland Depot).

Large boxes of biscuits - £1.50
Terrys Chocolate Oranges - £1.00
Lots more - Store specific

- 1st post - please be nice
Thanks

23 Comments

gotta love a bit of iceland!!

Thank you! Will pop in there tomorrow see what on offers

Original Poster

You are welcome; also, if your local store is anything like the one I work at, Frinton, it will have lots and lots of boxes of Fox's 1/2 price biscuits.

Got a huge delivery of them in today!

cheers, I'll go & have a look tomorrow!

Hate this shop, avoid like the plague. 3 words, cheap and nasty!

Cheers, will get some Petits Pois and have a browse, I always get bargains in Iceland.

jnstudio

You are welcome; also, if your local store is anything like the one I work … You are welcome; also, if your local store is anything like the one I work at, Frinton, it will have lots and lots of boxes of Fox's 1/2 price biscuits.Got a huge delivery of them in today!



Sainsburys have the Foxes large tins for £2.69 (was £8.99) and £2.99 (was £9.99) for two different varieties. They claim a 70% off but I think Sainsburys sell normally at a higher price than Iceland.

Gball

Hate this shop, avoid like the plague. 3 words, cheap and nasty!



But they sell all the high quality, big branded items. So if they are cheap doesn't that make this hot?



yesterday they had loads including 500g tubs of KP dry roasted/honey roasted peanuts £1, 10 mini fish and chips for £1 and a box of my favourite christmas tree choc ices down to 50p! all part oh the half price xmas clearance, its well worth a visit. not cheap and nasty! a place where you can get a trolley full of food and not end up spending £100!

Gball

Hate this shop, avoid like the plague. 3 words, cheap and nasty!



Is it a hot deal though?

heat from me.

Cheap and nasty? Have you actually shopped there seriously?

I do my weekly shop there and I'm saving on average £40 / month than when shopping elsewhere (Asda). 90% of what is in my basket are branded goods - and the stuff that isn't (bacon, sandwich meat / filling, fruit, veg) aren't exactly things you can cheapen or make nastier than other supermarket brands.

Granted, there isn't as much of a selection which is a dissapointment, but I think I can live with that if I'm saving £40/month... and this shop is for a single person.

Doing my shop today actually, was nice to see this post. Hot.

Gball

Hate this shop, avoid like the plague. 3 words, cheap and nasty!



What are you doing on a discount website then. Iceland sell the same brands as tesco, morrisons etc so your comment makes no sense.

Heat from me.

cool, i will have a look in there today its a hot from me! i also fail to see how branded goods can be cheap and nasty but oh well, each to their own!

Groaver

Is it a hot deal though?heat from me.



Agree, and why do people post such negative comments that are no help to anyone?

Heat from me, and I got Iceland vouchers for xmas ;-)

Heat added, thanks OP

Odd question - do Iceland sell fresh mince? I normally do my shop etc from Tesco - I do have a local Iceland, but to be honest I'm only in there to get party food.
Edited by: "qwertymz" 6th Jan 2011

yes iceland sell fresh meats

how long does this go on for??

Hot. Why pay more for branded products? Petit pois, yummy. I shop all over m&s, waitrose,tesco +sainsburys. If its not out of your way then its definitely worth a visit.

I guess it is safe to go in there now that Kerry Cokeona isn't on the adverts anymore?

Sounds to be worth a look to me. Thanks for posting. I think that Sainsbury's have the petit pois for 98p though if that is more convenient for anyone

Gball

Hate this shop, avoid like the plague. 3 words, cheap and nasty!



From a person posting deals on Iron Bru and Dairylea Dunkers guess good food must be a bit of a shock then
Actually one of the first companies to remove artificial flavorings colourants and a lot of E numbers in their own brand products

bla3

From a person posting deals on Iron Bru and Dairylea Dunkers guess good … From a person posting deals on Iron Bru and Dairylea Dunkers guess good food must be a bit of a shock thenActually one of the first companies to remove artificial flavorings colourants and a lot of E numbers in their own brand products



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