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Instant Barbecues - 99p instore in Sainsburys
Instant Barbecues - 99p instore in Sainsburys

Instant Barbecues - 99p instore in Sainsburys

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Sainsburys have instant barbecues instore for just 99p! Bar-be-quick branded.

Normally I think these are about £5.

Loads instock and a big sign, implying this is a nationwide deal.

Spotted in the branch in Greenwich London.

37 Comments

I've vote HOT HOT HOT simply because of your spelling of Sainsbury's.

Original Poster

Hey, I got it right in the description, one out of two not bad.

Oh the shame!..

Are they Sainsbury's own brand or bar-be-quick?

Original Poster

bar-be-quick

Original Poster

is bar be quick better worse? Surely these are all the same just a different name on the packet?

Better

Nice deal. Pity there isn't a similar bargain on umbrellas

there will be in October when the outside temperature is a balmy 24 degrees and we haven't seen rain or snow for 36 days

GrumpyOldFella

Nice deal. Pity there isn't a similar bargain on umbrellas



heat for the deal by the way

Haven't got any by me or space for them to be. Had Family size ones for £5.99 or a twin pack for £6.29.

Better

hot hot hot!! straight to sainsburys !!!

barbeques or rain magnets as i call them

Only 60p in Tesco last week. LOL

Anybody actually managed to get one?

Throwaway grills are the worst invention ever. These things should be banned. I always see people setting these things on fire after finishing their bbq parties, instead of taking them away with them. And I am talking about people using them in protected areas, like reserves and country parks.

lol look at this guy!! ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

sheds

Throwaway grills are the worst invention ever. These things should be … Throwaway grills are the worst invention ever. These things should be banned. I always see people setting these things on fire after finishing their bbq parties, instead of taking them away with them. And I am talking about people using them in protected areas, like reserves and country parks.



What exactly do they set fire to? The tin container? The burnt coals?

mackie7722

What exactly do they set fire to? The tin container? The burnt coals?


They can leave scorch marks all over the grass, and some people do just leave them in the fileds. My local park looks awful after a spell of nice weather.Its a bit silly to blame the BBQs tho, they are inanimate objects
Its lazy selfish skumbags who cause the problems

Full price in Bristol

sheds

Throwaway grills are the worst invention ever. These things should be … Throwaway grills are the worst invention ever. These things should be banned. I always see people setting these things on fire after finishing their bbq parties, instead of taking them away with them. And I am talking about people using them in protected areas, like reserves and country parks.


i feel a daily mail campaign coming on, lets rid the country of BBQ's...not only are they made by immigants, they are causing pensioners to loose bus passes which is giving cancer to hard working middle class people.

spaceinvader

i feel a daily mail campaign coming on, lets rid the country of … i feel a daily mail campaign coming on, lets rid the country of BBQ's...not only are they made by immigants, they are causing pensioners to loose bus passes which is giving cancer to hard working middle class people.




Loser.

Just to say, these were NEVER £5

Max is £2.99 but they bundle them at 2 for £4/£5

spaceinvader

i feel a daily mail campaign coming on, lets rid the country of … i feel a daily mail campaign coming on, lets rid the country of BBQ's...not only are they made by immigants, they are causing pensioners to loose bus passes which is giving cancer to hard working middle class people.



Damn dude, calm down watch your blood pressure!

Banned

Lookit all the kebabs you get in it!
HOT!

spaceinvader

i feel a daily mail campaign coming on, lets rid the country of … i feel a daily mail campaign coming on, lets rid the country of BBQ's...not only are they made by immigants, they are causing pensioners to loose bus passes which is giving cancer to hard working middle class people.



Excellent. Superlative comment about "Dailywail"

Gollywood

Just to say, these were NEVER £5Max is £2.99 but they bundle them at 2 f … Just to say, these were NEVER £5Max is £2.99 but they bundle them at 2 for £4/£5


Your right they were NEVER £5 they were £5.99 for the small and £6.99 for the the big one and the deal you talk of was 2 for £7 started on Wed 27th April and finshed on Tues May 17th NOT 2 4 £4/£5.

sirush89

Your right they were NEVER £5 they were £5.99 for the small and £6.99 for … Your right they were NEVER £5 they were £5.99 for the small and £6.99 for the the big one and the deal you talk of was 2 for £7 started on Wed 27th April and finshed on Tues May 17th NOT 2 4 £4/£5.


it is actually a twin pack of the small for £5.49, which i imagine he was refering to.

sweep_the_leg_

Loser.


lol, rather a loser than mail reader, surprised you managed to get in the interweb alf garnet

londonstinks

Damn dude, calm down watch your blood pressure!


im perfectly relaxed what could be more soothing that annoying daily mail readers? (_;)

so does this deal work?? couldnt find it in my sains??

Good deal so heat added.

You can also get these from Poundland with the metal stands if you need them.

T

£5.99 in Cov!!

mattr

£5.99 in Cov!!


Don't think this deal exists tbh.

i dont think it does either, haha people in hear add heat, even tho they dont even know if the deal is real! bellends

jrw

Don't think this deal exists tbh.


Banned

Are there difernt ones?
Kebabs, sausages?
The pics too small to see whats in them oO

None in Clapham.. only their own brand in double pack and a lot more expensive.

Original Poster

These are still in stock in Greenwich! Plenty of stock. They are also selling their own brand ones, but much more expensive.
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