Lurpak Butter 250g £1.00 Tesco Online and Instore
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Lurpak Butter 250g £1.00 Tesco Online and Instore

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Found 21st Nov 2008Made hot 28th Nov 2008
Hi,

First post but before you get all hot or cold on me as I know a lot of you like to do. I use lurpak because I like it not because it's the cheapest.

It was £1.25 it is now £1.00 until the 2nd of December therefore I think it's a good deal.

This is the block butter not the spreadable.

14 Comments

hot price

starlight;3523384

hot price


Cold butter gets a hot vote from me, cant beat the taste of real butter on thick slices of toast carved from an homemade loaf:thumbsup: Toast at its finest:-D

Good deal, especially since the recent deal for Lurpak posted on here was actually for the spreadable Lurpak 'pseudo' butter.

Same price as somerfield

Voted HOT - good price.

Good price for some useful stuff for coating baking tins.

voted hot

cold - cant get excited over butter

Same £1 price at ASDA and when it is not, it is on a long term 2 for £2 offer. Tesco was overpriced in the first place.

I'm sorry, but butter for £1 simply isn't a hot deal.

Great price, thanks. I'll freeze these as they last for months.

Just to be clear though 'spreadable' is not butter and Lurpak certainly don't call it that (they hint like other makers of the ****). It's only people who can't read or think putting loads of oils and chemicals into a tub with some butter is 'spreadable butter'.

I hate these rip-off 'spreadables'.

dean_brfc;3599604

I'm sorry, but butter for £1 simply isn't a hot deal.



Some people like me do a lot of cooking and backing and uses loads of butter, I could go to Sainsburys and pay 25% more:

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Or I could read about a deal here and save 25% on every 250 grams.

I can just about bear doing my shopping at Tescos, so it's OK (I can't stand the pain of lidl, Netto, Aldi, Morrisons etc).

So, butter for 25% less simply is a hot deal.

Well, you could just buy Sainsbury's own brand butter for 94p every week. It is just butter after all, there's absolutely no way you'd be able to tell whether a meal had been made using Lurpak or not.

Like I said, £1 for butter isn't a hot deal when most butters are this price anyway.

dean_brfc;3609929

Well, you could just buy Sainsbury's own brand butter for 94p every week. … Well, you could just buy Sainsbury's own brand butter for 94p every week. It is just butter after all, there's absolutely no way you'd be able to tell whether a meal had been made using Lurpak or not.Like I said, £1 for butter isn't a hot deal when most butters are this price anyway.



Couldn't agree more about this being a non-deal. I wonder if it's worth the effort of posting all these deals on here for under £1 - shame there's not a filter somewhere so that I could avoid them. :x
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