Lidl - Corn on the cob 3 for £1
592°Expired

Lidl - Corn on the cob 3 for £1

22
Found 20th Aug 2016
Just came back from Lidl where they had 3 corn on the cobs for £1.00

It's the beginning of the season for corn on the cob and currently, this is the best deal right now.
Community Updates

Groups

21 Comments
Also £1.50 for 5 in morrisons if memory servers from yesterday's trip.
http://i.imgur.com/wdHrCrk.gif
WHERE DO THE BATTERIES GO ?????
Went to Lidl, Never saw this offer
been this price for at least the past weekat lidl. great quality as always,
bargain
Not the best deal Morrisons are doing packs of 5 for £1.50 and they are FRESH !!!!
loook around many asian shops had this deal on for a month now.. plus u can get better varieties even cheaper.
10 000 m2 (2,5 acre) - approximately 60000 corns - 20 000 packs for £1
ishyishyishy

loook around many asian shops had this deal on for a month now.. plus u … loook around many asian shops had this deal on for a month now.. plus u can get better varieties even cheaper.


In 2015, yes. Weather has not been good in UK in 2016.
splender

In 2015, yes. Weather has not been good in UK in 2016.



Where I shop all the shops have roofs though
ishyishyishy

loook around many asian shops had this deal on for a month now.. plus u … loook around many asian shops had this deal on for a month now.. plus u can get better varieties even cheaper.


you pay for fuel?
topjoker

Not the best deal Morrisons are doing packs of 5 for £1.50 and they are … Not the best deal Morrisons are doing packs of 5 for £1.50 and they are FRESH !!!!



And have dates on them
English sweet corn, presumably? Not the imported stuff?
I was going to crack a joke about them but realised it would be too corny
fishmaster

Where I shop all the shops have roofs though



lol idiot and a whole load of horse meat
splender

In 2015, yes. Weather has not been good in UK in 2016.



all the good stuff dosent come from uk
Morrisons 5 for £1.50....So 30p each better value than Lidl
Just bought a net and had one for lunch...yum yum !

Edited by: "Peggywoo2" 21st Aug 2016
Newbold

English sweet corn, presumably? Not the imported stuff?


Ones I've just bought from Morrisons grown in Worcs. UK. And very nice too
haritori

A Year, now take out of that, the cost of growing it and staff.



Ah but we live in a culture where people think people farm on some kind of charity basis.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text