Lurpak spreadable 1kg £3.79 @ Costco
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Lurpak spreadable 1kg £3.79 @ Costco

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Found 10th Jul 2012
Just been to Costco and picked up some decent deals.

Lurpak Spreadable - £3.79 inc vat (flying out the store)
C-up chocko milk drink - 12pk £1.97
Strawberries 907g - £1.97

Lots more.
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What size Lurpak?
surely this must be a catering pack...never paid more than £2 for the "normal" size Lurpack
Plus £25 for membership if not already!
seems a bit expensive
Must be the big one at that price. Anyone tried the new 'lightest' one, it's horrible.
Even if it's the 1kg pack then £3.79 plus VAT makes it more expensive than Waitrose, Tesco and Sainsbury's who are all selling 2 500g packs for £4.
lianne21

Must be the big one at that price. Anyone tried the new 'lightest' one, … Must be the big one at that price. Anyone tried the new 'lightest' one, it's horrible.



Agreed - it's like liquid even straight from the fridge, definitely not buying it again.
It's 1kg and price includes VAT.

Folks were carting them out by the dozen.
Edited by: "ohreally" 10th Jul 2012
So a massive 21p saving over three major supermarkets. Not sure why it would be so popular unless you have a butter addiction. Voted cold, not really worth the hassle of going to save that amount.
Yeah picked some up on Sunday. Also have the lighter version at £3.65. Its the 1kg tub and no vat on butter.
Hot for me
micky64

seems a bit expensive



Would you care to evidence that?

The item may not be as keenly priced as you're willing to pay but its certainly not expensive.
I love Costco but the groceries are not always that competitively priced. The choc drink and the strawbs sound good value though.
aurora

I love Costco but the groceries are not always that competitively priced.



Wheres cheaper for Lurpak 1kg?
Edited by: "ohreally" 10th Jul 2012
But it's 21pcheaper. That's all. I could understand your frustration if it was half the price of anywhere else and people were still voting it cold, but as I said Waitrose, Tesco and Sainsbury's are all selling 500g tubs at either £2 each or 2 for £4, so you're not saving much.
I have a certain degree of sympathy for the OP as the £2 price stated as a reason for voting down is also deal which ironically has received over 200° so by that fact this should be hotter but people vote it down because they don't have a Costco card. Not sure why! people wouldn't vote down a nappy offer if they didn't have a baby. But maybe some people would.
Thanks for the heads up op, I have Costco card which I love so good deal to me. Some people just aren't worth listening to I shouldn't worry
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