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No 1 for men EDT .50ml Lidl £3.99
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Found 14 h, 3 m agoFound 14 h, 3 m ago
Made in Germany EDT . Smells nice . Do not buy X Bolt next to it as it smells like spirit.
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Can someone please educate Sam_of_London the basics of taking a photo. My neck hurts!

X-Bolt is similar to boss bottled

I love the smell of the X bolt

Didn't see it in my Lidl today.. Birmingham

veedubjai59 m ago

What does the No 2 smells like?



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Trekstor Surftab Twin 10.1 Convertible Notebook £199 @ Lidl
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31/12/2017Expires on 31/12/2017Found 20th NovFound 20th Nov
Processor: Intel® Atom™ x5-Z8350Operating System: Windows® 10 HomeRAM: 2GBStorage: 64GBGraphics: Intel® HD Graphics 400Screen: 10.1" 10-point multi-touchFull HD IPS displayCameras:… Read more
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i'd personally go for a used Surface pro/2. It looks ok but I think that CPU/Memory would wear thin very quick
Pepsi/ Diet Pepsi/ Pepsi Max (24 X 330ml cans) £4.99 @ Lidl (this Thursday)
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17/12/2017Expires on 17/12/2017Found 20th NovFound 20th Nov
Pepsi/ Diet Pepsi/ Pepsi Max (24 X 330ml cans) @ Lidl
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Great deal on the diet stuff as Tesco have the Max on offer for £5 for 24 cans but not the Diet Pespi, which is obviously the best

not until thursday

1p cheaper than Tesco and One Stop.

Same price on Amazon Pantry

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Prosamuraiman30 m ago

The taste was modified a few months ago to beat the sugar ban and it now …The taste was modified a few months ago to beat the sugar ban and it now tastes horrible!

Personally I prefer the new coke zero
Livarno Lux LED Sensor Light £5.99 or 2 for £10 at Lidl
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27/11/2017Expires on 27/11/2017Found 20th NovFound 20th Nov
Illuminate hallways, shelves or wardrobes with these versatile, battery-powered lights With motion sensor and auto shut-off after 30 seconds Wall-mounting materials and batteries… Read more

Bought two of these today to use as hallway nightlights for my elderly mum. They're bright, but they activate even in fairly light conditions. The sensor isn't adjustable.

That's a lot of batteries, I bought 3 of the round ones from Aldi a few years ago they only take two batteries and do the job perfectly, thanks OP but I'd wait for the Aldi ones, they come around each year in their deals.

Cheap and solidly made. But it takes 6 AA batteries😨
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Lidl Outlet is back (was Bargain Base) in Lincoln (Local Deal !)
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Found 19th NovFound 19th Nov
Anyone who went to the old Bargain Base in Lincoln would know how rubbish it was , huge boxes full of hundreds of items, and took hours to go though if you had the patience ! Wel… Read more

I went in yesterday... got kids pj’s £1 each.

Sholan12 h, 4 m ago

Are you talking about Middlesbrough area? Only you didnt say


Yes sorry mate, the one on the corner of the Trunk Rd opposite the now demolished Brambles Farm Hotel and the Newport Bridge store.

We had one in ayr 6 months ago, was a chaos, some good bargains none the less. Wonder if it will return

oberlisc2 h, 42 m ago

2 of my local Lidls have done the big boxes instore, you can pick up some …2 of my local Lidls have done the big boxes instore, you can pick up some good bargains, only problem is they were never advertised so luck of the draw if you just happened to walk in, I asked one of the assistants why aren't they advertised and he said because they don't know until the delivery wagon turns up the night before.



Are you talking about Middlesbrough area? Only you didnt say
Edited by: "Sholan" 20th Nov

2 of my local Lidls have done the big boxes instore, you can pick up some good bargains, only problem is they were never advertised so luck of the draw if you just happened to walk in, I asked one of the assistants why aren't they advertised and he said because they don't know until the delivery wagon turns up the night before.
Orlando dry dog food 10kg instore at Lidl for £3.99
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Found 18th NovFound 18th Nov
Just picked up some Orlando dry dog food from lidl in bicester and noticed that they have reduced the price from £6.49 to £3.99 , we have been buying this for a few months now and … Read more

I would not feed this to a dog

Captain.Banana2 h, 55 m ago

So it should be at £50 for10 kilo, cheaper to feed them on chicken breast …So it should be at £50 for10 kilo, cheaper to feed them on chicken breast and steak.

Maybe if you have a rather large dog.. I found them pretty cheap for my chihuahua. Less than £5 a month.

EuroPear8 h, 18 m ago

If you want good dog food try Akela they're online mostly but they're …If you want good dog food try Akela they're online mostly but they're 80:20 meat and veg.. No rubbish.


So it should be at £50 for10 kilo, cheaper to feed them on chicken breast and steak.

these1235 h, 55 m ago

Trust me this is very poor Quality dog food, and does nothing for your dog …Trust me this is very poor Quality dog food, and does nothing for your dog what’s so ever. Why would anyone buy this crap is beyond me.


My Fox and Hedgehogs seem to think its worth coming round for

If you want good dog food try Akela they're online mostly but they're 80:20 meat and veg.. No rubbish.
Orlando multibites 10kg complete dog food £3.99 down from £6.49! At Lidl (38% off)
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Found 18th NovFound 18th Nov
In store at whitby Lidl, I should think this is available nationwide. This is my usual brand, I’m sure it doesn’t contain the best ingredients but the dogs seem to like it. At £3.9… Read more

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Mulva423 h, 19 m ago

Won't ever buy dog food from Lidl or aldi.Dog eat it but suffered from …Won't ever buy dog food from Lidl or aldi.Dog eat it but suffered from diarrhoea even after introducing in short batches. Orlando was voted 1 of the worst dog foods in 2017 and was even given 0.1 out of 5 Do not go near this stuff as it will upset your dog's tummy.


I didn’t realise this, thanks for the info. I do know that some dog foods have a high concentration of cereal & that can cause problems. Ones which don’t are VERY expensive & quite hard to come by. I have never had a problem with this dog food myself & my dogs seem to like it. I suppose it’s down to the individual dog. If they’ve got an allergy to cereal you will have problems no matter which Main Street brand you buy.

Won't ever buy dog food from Lidl or aldi.
Dog eat it but suffered from diarrhoea even after introducing in short batches.
Orlando was voted 1 of the worst dog foods in 2017 and was even given 0.1 out of 5
Do not go near this stuff as it will upset your dog's tummy.
XXL Crisps (Bacon Fries, Onion Rings, Cheese Puffs) 200g £0.69 @ Lidl
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Found 18th NovFound 18th Nov
I think these are normally 99p for 150g so worth stocking up. (y)
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Why are all the best deals ones that will make me go from looking like Willie Carson to Frank Carson in a fortnight ?

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm bacon fries. I'm sold.

no bad, at one point a cople of month ago Lidl were selling these for 49p but 69p is still good
Lidl's own brand Bellaroma Coffee Beans.1kg - £8.99
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Found 18th NovFound 18th Nov
1kg in a variety of strengths. Found now and again in various branches. Sometimes it's been as long as 4 to 6 months before available. Currently in stock at Chesterfield. Very hit … Read more
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StephenAbut12 h, 34 m ago

I'm making a note to look for it on my next visit. Tbh, I'm a "supermarket …I'm making a note to look for it on my next visit. Tbh, I'm a "supermarket slut", so don't visit any individual supermarket on a regular basis. I'm lucky to have almost every supermarket brand within 10 minutes drive, so find hotukdeals invaluable - especially when I am given helpful tips and suggestions such as yours. Many thanks

Same here, I have Asda, Lidl, Aldi, Tesco, Sainsburys, Waitrose, M&S, Co-op, Masala Bazar and lots of independents all near by. I don't even do a single shop in one I visit multiple on one day. Going to Waitrose today and Lidl.
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weadlestar44 m ago

Thanks ill give it a try. I've BEAN using Spiller & Tait Signature Blend …Thanks ill give it a try. I've BEAN using Spiller & Tait Signature Blend Coffee Beans for a while they are the best I've found. But cost £15 per kg, a bit less with subscribe and save.link


Just BEAN and checked the link you gave me for this brand - Thanks. 100% Arabica (as is Bellaroma) so that's a good start Guess it's now down to the different sources of beans, and how they've been roasted. Hope you'll post your verdict!

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I'm making a note to look for it on my next visit. Tbh, I'm a "supermarket slut", so don't visit any individual supermarket on a regular basis. I'm lucky to have almost every supermarket brand within 10 minutes drive, so find hotukdeals invaluable - especially when I am given helpful tips and suggestions such as yours. Many thanks

StephenAbut8 m ago

I have to agree - tried illy a few times when I was in Italy. Nice …I have to agree - tried illy a few times when I was in Italy. Nice tasting, but can hardly qualify as "good value" at their price imho! I'm open to pay more for something that proves to be arguably better quality, but not simply for a "name". I'm ok with Lavazza, but again am not paying more for what I think is at least comparable with Bellaroma.


I'd be interested to know what you think of the "Colombian" by Lidl, it's the best bean I've had so far from a supermarket.

Thanks ill give it a try. I've BEAN using Spiller & Tait Signature Blend Coffee Beans for a while they are the best I've found. But cost £15 per kg, a bit less with subscribe and save.
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Pomelo £0.99 @ Lidl
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Found 18th NovFound 18th Nov
33% off

themallrat13 h, 51 m ago

[quote=jsty3105]NonsensehappyThat title belongs to the mighty …[quote=jsty3105]NonsensehappyThat title belongs to the mighty durianparty[/quote] The Durian is surely the butt of all fruit

With all those thorns, surely not!

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The Durian is surely the butt of all fruit

jsty31051 h, 11 m ago

Nonsense That title belongs to the mighty durian

Noòoo. Defo it's Mango.

Anyone know whether this is the sweet or sour variety?

charlie7123 m ago

The Pomelo. King of all fruit.


Nonsense That title belongs to the mighty durian
CHOCO NUSSA SPREAD 400G £1.09 @ LIDL
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Found 17th NovFound 17th Nov
Offer available in-store at Lidl.

my Kids like it I find it a bit more runny, easier to use, and u don't use as much lol

bigtiger154 m ago

My kids love this, we buy it all the time


Thank you

guttediam3 h, 32 m ago

Anyone tried this? Heat from me

My kids love this, we buy it all the time

KatsudonVince6 m ago

How is this compared to Nutella???

IMO & my family's...

Nothing like it. They wont touch the stuff

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KatsudonVince2 m ago

How is this compared to Nutella???

Tastes similar.
MCVITIE'S DIGESTIVE MILK CHOCOLATE 44P @ LIDL
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Found 17th NovFound 17th Nov
Offer available in-store at Lidl.

None in our local - just how many people have found these?

They are my addiction that’s an amazing price

national?

I like LIDL's version of hobnobs.

That is all

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mooimeid_ash5 m ago

Which lidl pls

Spotted this at the midlandway retail park
NUTELLA 400G £1.99 @ LIDL
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Found 17th NovFound 17th Nov
Offer available in-store at Lidl.

waptext32 m ago

Tesco are £3 for 750 gram


or a kilo for 3.99 at aldi

Turret15 m ago

Sure, just check the label. Fat per 100g; 31.Xg = old, 30.Xg = new.Just …Sure, just check the label. Fat per 100g; 31.Xg = old, 30.Xg = new.Just checked Tescos who are selling the new Christmas themed jar... it's the new recipe.


Ok great advise cheers

Wonder when the new (poor recipe) is out on the shop shelves , hopefully these Lidl ones are the old recipe , will we ever know ?

Tesco are £3 for 750 gram

lukeo4419 m ago

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new recipe they say has even more sugar, and supposedly doesn't taste the same. Also non offer price has been increased even though hazel nuts are the cheapest they have been for years, the makers have said they are increasing prices across all their ranges. Nice of them to wring more profit out of consumers as well as everything else.
LIDL - Crivit long sleeve thermal /wicking top £4.99 from Sunday 19 Nov (Mens & Ladies)
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Found 17th NovFound 17th Nov
Mens M- XXL, Ladies S - L , Various designs, colours . Can recommend these - bought two last year for myself - ideal base layer , really comfy and toasty , washes well (even by m… Read more

Unfortunately I'm going to be out of luck as smallest men's is medium, I'd definitely want small for base layer.

Spandex very BIG in 1980's, all the Hair Metal bands wore it.

rogparki10 h, 11 m ago

According to the label on the ones I got last year - 100% polyester- No …According to the label on the ones I got last year - 100% polyester- No mohair for this price , though they are as warm and comfortable as the Galvin Green and Under Armour Base layers I have . Galvin Green - 93% polyester , 7% Spandex (whatever that is !). Spandex must be expensive as that base layer cost me £49 and its functionally no better or worse than the Crivit one .


I'm no expert but you can think of spandex as being very stretchy material.

These look better than the ones I got in Sports Direct last year, need something to keep me warm on morning cycling.

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Scooby252017 m ago

Surly also ideal for cycling



Yes the GF uses them for cycling (hers not mine!) . She too wants a couple more .

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tawse5712 m ago

What about sizing - presumably go up one size or is it go up a couple of …What about sizing - presumably go up one size or is it go up a couple of sizes?


Sizing about right , I got Mens Large last year and still fits nicely (as a base layer) , My other stuff Large and XL for outerwear . Will probably get XL this time round to make room for more beers and pies
Livarno Living Extendable Shoe Rack (Up to 15 pairs of shoes) £13.99 @ Lidl
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30/11/2017Expires on 30/11/2017Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
Max. 4kg per shelf Made from chrome-plated metal Holds up to 15 pairs of shoes Size: W64 – 119 x H51 x D23cm
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Its crap it wobbles

bought this for £9 from Lidl last year
Floralys Kitchen Towels (4 rolls) 99p @ Lidl THIS WEEKEND SPECIAL
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30/11/2017Expires on 30/11/2017Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
Floralys Kitchen Towels (4 rolls) @ Lidl
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This is just this weekends special, normally £1.89
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Good price for good quality kitchen towel, been using it for some time now. Heat added.

Good price.
LIDL Black Friday Event - GF 10 Portion Grill £29.99 - Russell Hobbs Slow Cooker 6L £ 24.99 - DVD Box Sets £12.99 - Nutrition Mixer (Silvercrest) £14.99 - Notebook 64GB £199 - Mobile Phone £8.99 -  Details and LINKS in Deal description
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Black Friday Event LIDL from Thursday Nov 23rd - Specs in links George Foreman Grill 10 Portion - £29.99 - 2Y Warranty Russell Hobbs Digital Slow Cooker 6L - £24.99 - 2Y Warran… Read more

Heat but not sure about the tablet and the grill. The grill is on offer at Argos for less than 29.99 and the tablet I’ve never heard of. The slow cooker is a real deal though.

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Bit meh but slow cooker with delay timer may be worth it