McEnnedy Jelly Beans 250g half price 49p @ Lidl weekend offer 13/14 June and other items
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McEnnedy Jelly Beans 250g half price 49p @ Lidl weekend offer 13/14 June and other items

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Found 3rd Jun 2015
Lidl half price weekend offers for the weekend of 13th & 14th June.

Good price on 250g bags of jelly beans - only 49p instead of 99p (which is a good deal anyway).

Also on offer that weekend at half price is:

McEnnedy peanut butter - 454g and 59p - choice of crunchy or smooth.

Cherry tomatoes - 250g for 37p

and for the meat offer (but check locally as it may differ):
Pulled beef in a bbq sauce - 380g for £1.42.

Every Lidl helps.

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I hope they have this brand of cookies on sale too

our lidl has been knocked down.... im well gutted!

Just a note these Jelly Beans contain cochinilla (E120).

So NOT Suitable for vegetarians.
Edited by: "andreocean" 4th Jun 2015

Editor

Best Jelly Beans EVER! I hope they'll be on offer in NI too

millarcat

Best Jelly Beans EVER! I hope they'll be on offer in NI too


come on! they are not a patch on jelly belly but pretty good and much much better value for money
will be getting some and some peanut butter
beef isn't bad either, quite small though - imo its portion for one
good week, ruined by putting in tomatoes

Brilliant timing thanks! Need quite few packs

Yes, I agree these are really good on taste and value for money, I've ended up doing a bit of a supermarket taste test on them and these come out top on combined taste and value.

The only ones I found that were better are the American ones from Costco but that was purely because you get more flavours in the pot.

The only problem there was that it cost like 15 quid for the big jar.

Imagine how many bags of these you'll get for 15 quid (30 bags or 7.5kg). There's 13 different flavours in the bags by the way.

I'm voting hot and will be going down the to get my maximum amount per customer!

Never used Lidl before, there's a customer maximum on stuff like this then?

Original Poster

warriorsq

Never used Lidl before, there's a customer maximum on stuff like this … Never used Lidl before, there's a customer maximum on stuff like this then?


Normally a maximum of 6 purchases on the meat offers - per person.
Never had a problem buying more than 6 of non meat items, though stores may differ.

is it just me or does anyone else,when you hear or read others saying lidl products taste just as good as branded/other supermarket products and then buy the product and think no it doesn't.we have tried these jelly beans and never would again.

yeah its you

backinstock

Normally a maximum of 6 purchases on the meat offers - per person.Never … Normally a maximum of 6 purchases on the meat offers - per person.Never had a problem buying more than 6 of non meat items, though stores may differ.


Ok thanks. I need about 15 bags I reckon so I'll see what happens

Great price, but I went off jelly beans once I learned the coating was made from Shellac :s
Adding heat for the price though!
Edited by: "Looking4Glitches" 4th Jun 2015

snowflake75

our lidl has been knocked down.... im well gutted!



don`t worry a netto is replacing it

Is the pulled beef the same as the beef brisket they usually sell? The photo looks similar, albeit slightly different colours.

Looking4Glitches

Great price, but I went off jelly beans once I learned the coating was … Great price, but I went off jelly beans once I learned the coating was made from Shellac :sAdding heat for the price though!




Well I suggest u stop eating bread, butter, many pops, other sweets, in fact just stick to beans and rice to be safe.

snowflake75

our lidl has been knocked down.... im well gutted!


So has the one in Rochdale, but only to make room for a new bigger one :-)

ramiuk1

Well I suggest u stop eating bread, butter, many pops, other sweets, in … Well I suggest u stop eating bread, butter, many pops, other sweets, in fact just stick to beans and rice to be safe.


Hehe.
What about honey? Basically made from bees sucking up and spitting nectar. Yum yum.
Blue cheese? Made by injecting bacteria into milk that's had the water removed, and has then been allowed to go off for about a year. Mmmm mould.

eat these all the time heat from me!

Been happy to buy these at 99p so will 'fill my boots' at 49p.
Yes, there's one or two odd flavours.
Yes, they're not Jelly Belly or another well advertised brand.
Yes, they are a FRACTION of the price!!!!
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