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Kerrygold pure Irish butter 50p instore @ Tesco
Kerrygold pure Irish butter 50p instore @ Tesco

Kerrygold pure Irish butter 50p instore @ Tesco

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Kerrygold pure Irish butter 50p instore

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was in Portslade store, normal shelf label

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Irish butter is the best. So is Irish cheese. I only wish Tesco sold Irish milk. Heat added.

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spionkop;6997256

Irish butter is the best. So is Irish cheese. I only wish Tesco sold … Irish butter is the best. So is Irish cheese. I only wish Tesco sold Irish milk. Heat added.



Are you Irish by any chance?

I prefer Scottish milk / cheese / butter but then I'm in Scotland so that's what I'm used too. But I give you that Irish cheese and butter is also good.

I took the sains offer of 2 for £3 on the 500g spreadable tub.

I stocked up in this for my christmas baking - HOT

nice, normally just under £1

Heat added will have to nip in to pick some up

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250g - Showing as 2 for 1.60 online?

Yeah I noticed that, but it's only 50p each, so they've just not updated the offer or price. So grab em now at 50p each.

flyingteddy;6997743

Are you Irish by any chance? :)I prefer Scottish milk / cheese / butter … Are you Irish by any chance? :)I prefer Scottish milk / cheese / butter but then I'm in Scotland so that's what I'm used too. But I give you that Irish cheese and butter is also good.I took the sains offer of 2 for £3 on the 500g spreadable tub.


As if anyone could really tell the difference!

gorgeous melting on toast or crumpets....mmmmmm

my local useless tesco didnt have any

Just added to my order cheers

yes irish butter and milk is the best you can get...

not to mention irish beef...:thumbsup:

shankly1892;7003356

yes irish butter and milk is the best you can get...not to mention irish … yes irish butter and milk is the best you can get...not to mention irish beef...:thumbsup:


And Guiness.

:thumbsup: Gr8 post. My local store had failed to display any price for the butter at all! (the same has happened before when a super deal on a product is on!)....so I asked an assistant to price check it for me and hey presto it was 50p. Is it me or is this a tactic of the manager to lead us into purchasing a dearer product as we're unsure of the price or am I becoming cynical in my old age!!! :roll:

millcat;7012121

:thumbsup: Gr8 post. My local store had failed to display any price for … :thumbsup: Gr8 post. My local store had failed to display any price for the butter at all! (the same has happened before when a super deal on a product is on!)....so I asked an assistant to price check it for me and hey presto it was 50p. Is it me or is this a tactic of the manager to lead us into purchasing a dearer product as we're unsure of the price or am I becoming cynical in my old age!!! :roll:


You're being cynical and I don't know how old you are!

They just can't be bothered to put the ticket up, or another customer took it so it wouldn't sell out before they told their friends. Now that's cynical.

is it suitable for vegetarians?
Its 50p so price is great.

The nescafe coffee offer advertised press doesn't start until 27/11 and ends on 29/11, the advert had wrong info apparently this is what I heard at customer service while I was in the Q.

rang their customer service who confirm its suitable for veterinarians.

It might have been a glitch as price now is 94 ea, or 2 for 1.60
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