Long Christmas boxes of Jaffa Cakes for less than a pound
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Long Christmas boxes of Jaffa Cakes for less than a pound

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Found 5th Jan 2007
I havent checked if this is available online, so apologies if it's on their website too, but instore at Asda, you can get the christmas long box of jaffa cakes - contains a total of 60 jaffa cakes in 5 boxes of 12, at a bargain price - these were £3.95 last month.

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MMMMmmmmm Jafa Cakes. You can never have too many Jaffa cakes. Great find thank you.

I love Jafas! lol

5 packs for 98p...
20th of January expiry date though.

seancampbell

5 packs for 98p...20th of January expiry date though.



Like that's gonna be a problem!!!!!!:-D :giggle:

lol well it is if your thinking of buying multiple boxes.

seancampbell

lol well it is if your thinking of buying multiple boxes.



Maybe you can freeze em to last longer???

dunno...but my kids love them so wont last long anyway

are you sure they arn't biscuits ?

lol I might just have to try that
currychops

Maybe you can freeze em to last longer???




"are you sure they aren't biscuits"
Nope I'm not but hey I don't work for the inland revenue :P

These where going for 20p this afternoon at my local asda and grabbed 4 while the opportunity lasted

Sirius

These where going for 20p this afternoon at my local asda and grabbed 4 … These where going for 20p this afternoon at my local asda and grabbed 4 while the opportunity lasted




woah might have to keep an eye out at ours.. paid 1.96 for our two and thought that was good.. if any are left near 20th they should go insanely low.

Hey guys, i work at the said establishment stated above...

When it comes to reduced products, it's basically down to department manager or who ever is reducing them. So prices are not the same across the chain.

Also, the "gun" which are used to scan and print the labels have an inbuilt algorithm which calculates the price depending on how many are needing to be reduced. So, generally reduced prices tend to fluctuate and almost never have continuity from different branches.

So that's why it's 98p here, and 20p there.

Don't suppose you know the algorithm sheep? would be interesting.

Sure I heard somewhere (maybe QI) that the difference between a cake and a biscuit is:

A biscuit when fresh is Hard, but when its past its best it goes Soft.

and...

A Cake when fresh is soft, but when its past its best it goes Stale/Hard

I believe a cookie is a cake... not that, thats got owt to do with jaffa cakes

seancampbell

Don't suppose you know the algorithm sheep? would be interesting.



I'm afraid it's not open source software.

Anyway, can't say too much, i've probably broken some trade secrets act already. I've got access to far too much information.

Trade secrets act? you mean official secrets act lol? which applies only to military/government personelle/anyone else either national security info..
Doubt asda's reduction policy will contravene national security somehow.

:-( Great misery to report on stock at Poole Harbour branch ...no mega boxes of jaffa cakes i'm afraid, but i did spot some non-branded luxury chocolates reduced to 94p, on closer inspection found they were only reduced by about 9p:w00t:

jelli89

:-( Great misery to report on stock at Poole Harbour branch ...no mega … :-( Great misery to report on stock at Poole Harbour branch ...no mega boxes of jaffa cakes i'm afraid, but i did spot some non-branded luxury chocolates reduced to 94p, on closer inspection found they were only reduced by about 9p:w00t:


9p? aww not quite the bargain others have been getting! ah well ya win some ya lose some eh?
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