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Kellogg's Corn Flakes 720g - £2 - Co-op
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Kellogg's Corn Flakes 720g - £2 - Co-op

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Posted 26th May

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Seemed a decent price for a big ol' box of Corn Flakes.
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TGPips26/05/2020 22:04

Just went on each shop's website to get an idea. Obviously individual …Just went on each shop's website to get an idea. Obviously individual shops may have a different price to what their website says, manager's special or something.


rimalpatel00726/05/2020 22:03

How did you get all these prices?


I miss MySupermarket
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Good price, shame my even my largest local coop is so small, they're unlikely to have stock in! We're things different, I'd have cycled over just to stock up with these.

Anywhere else at this price currently?
endofdays26/05/2020 21:40

Good price, shame my even my largest local coop is so small, they're …Good price, shame my even my largest local coop is so small, they're unlikely to have stock in! We're things different, I'd have cycled over just to stock up with these.Anywhere else at this price currently?


Tesco is £2.40, Asda almost £2 for 450g, Sainsbury's £2 for 550g, Morrisons £2.70 for same size.
TGPips26/05/2020 21:53

Tesco is £2.40, Asda almost £2 for 450g, Sainsbury's £2 for 550g, Mo …Tesco is £2.40, Asda almost £2 for 450g, Sainsbury's £2 for 550g, Morrisons £2.70 for same size.


Cheers!
TGPips26/05/2020 21:53

Tesco is £2.40, Asda almost £2 for 450g, Sainsbury's £2 for 550g, Mo …Tesco is £2.40, Asda almost £2 for 450g, Sainsbury's £2 for 550g, Morrisons £2.70 for same size.


How did you get all these prices?
rimalpatel00726/05/2020 22:03

How did you get all these prices?


Just went on each shop's website to get an idea. Obviously individual shops may have a different price to what their website says, manager's special or something.
TGPips26/05/2020 22:04

Just went on each shop's website to get an idea. Obviously individual …Just went on each shop's website to get an idea. Obviously individual shops may have a different price to what their website says, manager's special or something.


rimalpatel00726/05/2020 22:03

How did you get all these prices?


I miss MySupermarket
Pleasantly surprised by Aldi own brand. 50p for 500g and by far the best of the own brands. A bit like Kelloggs used to be a long time ago.
JPS26/05/2020 22:22

I miss MySupermarket


We should complain to them
Are people taking the mick when they post "deals" like this? I genuinely don't know anymore .
qbs26/05/2020 23:23

Pleasantly surprised by Aldi own brand. 50p for 500g and by far the best …Pleasantly surprised by Aldi own brand. 50p for 500g and by far the best of the own brands. A bit like Kelloggs used to be a long time ago.


Are they actually nice though? Would I instantly know I wasn't eating Kelloggs and regret buying them because they have a funky taste and weird texture?
JPS27/05/2020 01:56

Are they actually nice though? Would I instantly know I wasn't eating …Are they actually nice though? Would I instantly know I wasn't eating Kelloggs and regret buying them because they have a funky taste and weird texture?


I decided to try lidl's a few months ago - I've gem eating kellogs for years and figured maybe own brands aren't any different nowadays - wrong! Totally different and not in a good way. I guess it all comes down to personal preference, but there are plenty of differences!
JPS26/05/2020 22:22

I miss MySupermarket


There is a good replacement, which I posted earlier, but for some reason it was removed.

Unless this rapacious website can make money out of something these days they just delete posts.
Newbold27/05/2020 10:26

There is a good replacement, which I posted earlier, but for some … There is a good replacement, which I posted earlier, but for some reason it was removed. Unless this rapacious website can make money out of something these days they just delete posts.


No way! So you stated in this thread what it is and they deleted your post? That's shocking.
JPS27/05/2020 10:33

No way! So you stated in this thread what it is and they deleted your …No way! So you stated in this thread what it is and they deleted your post? That's shocking.


Yup. Just gave the URL along with a brief comment that this new site (which I have nothing whatever to do with) was a useful new alternative and got this. I'm still trying to guess what the blacklisted words were. Cornflakes?


Hi Newbold

We've deleted your comment from the following thread as it contains blacklisted words for a site suspended for self promotion.

"Kellogg's Corn Flakes 720g - £2 - Co-op"
Newbold27/05/2020 10:44

Yup. Just gave the URL along with a brief comment that this new site …Yup. Just gave the URL along with a brief comment that this new site (which I have nothing whatever to do with) was a useful new alternative and got this. I'm still trying to guess what the blacklisted words were. Cornflakes?Hi NewboldWe've deleted your comment from the following thread as it contains blacklisted words for a site suspended for self promotion."Kellogg's Corn Flakes 720g - £2 - Co-op"


Could you pm me the link, or is that against the rules too?
endofdays27/05/2020 11:41

Could you pm me the link, or is that against the rules too?


Probably, but try putting these words into Bing: supermarket watch comparison
JPS27/05/2020 01:56

Are they actually nice though? Would I instantly know I wasn't eating …Are they actually nice though? Would I instantly know I wasn't eating Kelloggs and regret buying them because they have a funky taste and weird texture?


You'd almost certainly know they weren't Kelloggs, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. Kelloggs aren't a patch on what they used to be. The flavour used to be all through the cornflake. Now it's sprayed on and gone in seconds leaving a fairly tasteless substrate - a bit like many brands of crisps.
I picked up a packet out of curiosity. They were good enough to buy a second pack, but everybody's tastes are different.
Live dangerously and lash out 50p. You can always feed them to the birds if you don't like them.

I've been experimenting with Aldi's cereals as the local one is less hazardous than my nearest Tesco. Another couple of cereals to try are Aldi's variations on Curiously Cinnamon and Sugar Puffs (not called that anymore, but you know what I mean). As with the cornflakes, they're different, but not necessarily in a bad way. Beginning to understand why so many people with young kids have such big trolley loads in Aldi. If you aren't conditioned to a brand name, you'd be perfectly happy, and financially better off with many of Aldi's own brands.
Edited by: "qbs" 28th May
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