Morrisons 4pt Milk - 2 bottles for £1.99
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Morrisons 4pt Milk - 2 bottles for £1.99

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Found 28th May 2008
Good Deal on at morrisons - 2 bottles of 4pt fresh milk for £1.99.
Was in the paper today (mirror)
Hope it helps!

Also 2 bottles of 6pts for £2.99
- BristolDeal

Credit to JuJu for the 6pts details!
- BristolDeal

33 Comments

Original Poster

Oh, and before someone says "Its 2 for £2 at Asda".... I Know it is!
This is at Morrisons, and may be useful for people shopping there instead.

Jakejakejake;2197365

Oh, and before someone says "Its 2 for £2 at Asda".... I Know it is!This … Oh, and before someone says "Its 2 for £2 at Asda".... I Know it is!This is at Morrisons, and may be useful for people shopping there instead.



Yheah for those who don't have an ASDA close by. Nevertheless heat added.:thumbsup:

lol good post, ta

same price in tesco as well, heat added.

Banned

it`lll be 2 for £1.97 somewhere by the weekend

Original Poster

Sainsbury's is the only one of the big 4 left that should do an offer on this, but maybe they won't as they gave away loads of the 1% Milk the other week.

good price, morrisons is just opposite me xD, will pop down tomorrow.
Voted hot.

how come milk got cheaper all of a sudden?
did the cows get together and form a cartel and upped their production?
(its a serious question by the way) just curious
thanks

One thing is sure, the supermarkets will not be making a loss, or even making less profit, it will be the farmers they are skrewing over.:?

Original Poster

So basically, its good for us, but not for the farmers
I wonder how much the farmers actually get paid... anyone know?

It's not that milk is getting cheaper, the 2 for £2 offers are to cover up the prices rising from about £1.30 a bottle to £1.40 a bottle

Competition everywhere in Tesco, Asda & now Morrisons.

Come on Cows a bit more effort to make it cheaper even further.. :whistling:

The Asda offer ends soon so that'll be the one to see what the new true price of milk will be.
Tesco offer ends 15th June I think, and no idea when this one ends, but if it takes us through to end of June all the better ;-)

funny thing is, local shops sell it cheaper than this. I get mine for 95p at the end of the road. tesco isnt that cheap really. i get 500g of organic chicken for 2.50 from my butcher. over £5 for 500g battery chicken in tesco. 1.82 for 6 barn eggs in tesco and 1.40 for organic free range eggs at my local store. people need to stop being lazy and open their eyes to the locals trying to make an honest living rather than opting for the supermarkets sometimes

miserablemiser;2198629

how come milk got cheaper all of a sudden?did the cows get together and … how come milk got cheaper all of a sudden?did the cows get together and form a cartel and upped their production?(its a serious question by the way) just curious thanks



Cowpec you mean?

Pity I can't power my car with the white stuff instead:roll:

Diekund;2201289

funny thing is, local shops sell it cheaper than this. I get mine for 95p … funny thing is, local shops sell it cheaper than this. I get mine for 95p at the end of the road. tesco isnt that cheap really. i get 500g of organic chicken for 2.50 from my butcher. over £5 for 500g battery chicken in tesco. 1.82 for 6 barn eggs in tesco and 1.40 for organic free range eggs at my local store. people need to stop being lazy and open their eyes to the locals trying to make an honest living rather than opting for the supermarkets sometimes



Agreed. I regularly buy milk from my local shop (for local people) at £1.49 for six pints. One less thing to carry home from the supermarket. :thumbsup:

Support your Milkman SOD the Supermarkets!

Ramsay Ladders;2201314

Cowpec you mean?



Tee hee...very good :-D

Had 2 pints delivered this morning in glass bottles as i lock the front door leave i see the milk man has delivered a little late.
i pick up the bottles and as i rush in one bottle of milk slips from my fingers all over the porch...milk every where.
I still support the milkman but still a good price here.

im sure most people would agree when i say this . . .

but i would really appreciate it if people could put an expiry date to these offers.

a couple of days ago i posted an offer on milk and cornflakes WITH expiry dates.

theres nothing worse then getting to morrisons for example then finding the offer has expired!

please include an expiry - it would really help!

Hey, our local corner shop sells them for 2 for £1.70

I was shocked at the prices of milk at Lidl, it's now £1.40 for a 4 pint jug there.

be careful.....the local shops selling the "4 pinters" are actually 4 litre bottles (cartons) although they look the same you are getting less for your money

greyhound11;2204019

be careful.....the local shops selling the "4 pinters" are actually 4 … be careful.....the local shops selling the "4 pinters" are actually 4 litre bottles (cartons) although they look the same you are getting less for your money



lol 4 litres is like 8 pints nearly so i dont know why youre complaining :-D

Original Poster

adam2116;2202777

im sure most people would agree when i say this . . . but i would really … im sure most people would agree when i say this . . . but i would really appreciate it if people could put an expiry date to these offers. a couple of days ago i posted an offer on milk and cornflakes WITH expiry dates. theres nothing worse then getting to morrisons for example then finding the offer has expired! please include an expiry - it would really help!



I didn't put the expiry as i don't know what date it is. I didn't read the date in the newspaper, and its not got the date on the website.

Diekund;2201289

funny thing is, local shops sell it cheaper than this. I get mine for 95p … funny thing is, local shops sell it cheaper than this. I get mine for 95p at the end of the road. tesco isnt that cheap really. i get 500g of organic chicken for 2.50 from my butcher. over £5 for 500g battery chicken in tesco. 1.82 for 6 barn eggs in tesco and 1.40 for organic free range eggs at my local store. people need to stop being lazy and open their eyes to the locals trying to make an honest living rather than opting for the supermarkets sometimes



Of course you do. Supermarkets have the cost of transporting the stuff and overheads of the huge stores.

Although if you live in a metropolis you will waste a lot of petrol to get to those farm shop/farmers market goodies.

Also, it is not the cows who are beeing squeezed. Supermarkets "like to pass the savings on to you" by passing the discounts down the line to what they pay the suppliers - and it is not as if dairy is a cash cow [sic[ anymore.

Jakejakejake;2197527

Sainsbury's is the only one of the big 4 left that should do an offer on … Sainsbury's is the only one of the big 4 left that should do an offer on this, but maybe they won't as they gave away loads of the 1% Milk the other week.



Sainsburys jump on the bangwagon -as of the paper today.

i think the OFT should investigate these promotions.

there is something seriously going amiss here.

one word comes to mind collusion

i mean why are all the supermarkets having a milk promotion/BOGOF together?

is it competition??? - somehow i dont thnk so

I reckon the milk suppliers arla and the like are setting/fixing milk prices and the result is each supermarket does not suffer a loss on the milk front.

something very iffy . . .

milk gone up today 80p for 2 pints ggggggggrrrrrrrr

alternate;2206883

Of course you do. Supermarkets have the cost of transporting the stuff … Of course you do. Supermarkets have the cost of transporting the stuff and overheads of the huge stores.Although if you live in a metropolis you will waste a lot of petrol to get to those farm shop/farmers market goodies.Also, it is not the cows who are beeing squeezed. Supermarkets "like to pass the savings on to you" by passing the discounts down the line to what they pay the suppliers - and it is not as if dairy is a cash cow [sic[ anymore.



With respect, the multiples also have huge economies of scale, not to mention income from other revenue streams e.g. insurance, comms. And the small shops still have to have their groceries (etc.) delivered, or they have to collect them from wholesalers - they do not have an advantage over the multiples at all.

I agree about travelling less to buy food if possible but most people who visit multiples are actually travelling further or the same distance, passing their local shop by. The main reason most people for visit supermarkets is bigger choice and convenience - mainly because they choose to spend their time in other ways, which is fine I personally choose spending a bit more time on sourcing quality over convenience.

The savings that are "passed on to you" are made by metaphorically holding a knife at suppliers' throats, and not just the food & drink suppliers. A haulage company (which I will not name for obvious reasons) supplying a major multiple with logistic/transport are losing money on the contract due to them refusing to accept the haulier wishes to raise price due to circa 30% prise rise in fuel over past 12 months.

Supermarket chains are not evil but they're not (despite what they claim) your best friends looking out for your best interests.

adam2116;2208634

i think the OFT should investigate these promotions.there is something … i think the OFT should investigate these promotions.there is something seriously going amiss here. one word comes to mind collusioni mean why are all the supermarkets having a milk promotion/BOGOF together?.



They didn't all have the promotion on together. ASDA had it then Tesco matched it about 4 days later (slow due to weekend and bank holiday) with morrisons also matching it (-1p) today.

Original Poster

alternate;2207273

Sainsburys jump on the bangwagon -as of the paper today.



Yep, i noticed this instore today. The 6pt bottles are also on offer - 2 for £3 - works out pretty much the same.

This deals a lotta bottle
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