Large watermelon only £1.97 no vat at Costco
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Large watermelon only £1.97 no vat at Costco

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Found 29th Jul 2015
Large watermelon now £1.97 no vat, was £5 just a couple of weeks ago. Bought from Costco Chingford

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wahay!!!!

No vat but you have to pay to get in!

Original Poster

Yes, but if you cancel the membership within the year, you get your money back

Original Poster

And then join again

oUkTuRkEyIII

No vat but you have to pay to get in!


Actually watermelon has no vat added because its food.

Store specific it seems not at Watford when I went monday

Banned

I'm at our place in the sun and we're paying 20p a kilo for watermelons!

Anything .97 is generally reduced (e.g.going out of date)... was it printed on Orange paper rather than white? If so, store specific. E.G. I got a "Rainbow Salad" 800g tub yesterday from Southampton for £1.97

Everything about this deal says **** you planet earth. The carbon footprint if that tasteless lump is probably measured in tonnes. Cold. Cmon Britain.

£1.79 in lidl

future breathing will include vat as well.

cooooool!

£2 in morrisons which is near to my house and i dont need any membership...

Watermelons from Costco taste very sweet

Original Poster

stevenhp1987

Anything .97 is generally reduced (e.g.going out of date)... was it … Anything .97 is generally reduced (e.g.going out of date)... was it printed on Orange paper rather than white? If so, store specific. E.G. I got a "Rainbow Salad" 800g tub yesterday from Southampton for £1.97



It was the normal white paper

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tony-starks

Watermelons from Costco taste very sweet



Yes I got 2, they are very sweet and they are big

These are delicious...large, sweet, usually seedless! Check out YouTube for videos on the best way to cut watermelon in to cubes

Got one for approx £1.80 from Aldi last week.

otterboxer

Everything about this deal says **** you planet earth. The carbon … Everything about this deal says **** you planet earth. The carbon footprint if that tasteless lump is probably measured in tonnes. Cold. Cmon Britain.



​I've found Costco fruit to be more tasty than from the local greengrocers, and infinity better than from a supermarket... Have you bought fruit and veg from there before?
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