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Morrisons Extra Thick cut white loaf - 50p!!
Morrisons Extra Thick cut white loaf - 50p!!

Morrisons Extra Thick cut white loaf - 50p!!

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Morrisons extra Thick White bread - now 50p! Got some for the freezer, I love chunky bread

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Is this from their own bakery or factory? Good price anyway, but won't bother making the journey if it's not from instore bakery.

its not instore bakery

Part of the £4 breakfast deal

Very suprised at how good a loaf it is, HOT!

Great for toast...if it fits in ur toaster lol,had some this morning with paté mmmmm :-)

Surely we can say 50p for the sausages is a good deal then also. Dont see how you can vote when its been part of the meal deal all week

http://www.morrisons.co.uk/Offers/4-meal-deal/



indeed. I went for this earlier in the week (i had a house full of kids/adults over new year). I have to say that i was pleasently surptised with the "8 sausages for 50p" - thought they would be rank, however were perfectly acceptable!

Paul

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Never been bread,just pap...............

Already posted as part of the meal deal thread not sure why we need it posted again on it's own?

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Dalkirst;7401157

Already posted as part of the meal deal thread not sure why we need it … Already posted as part of the meal deal thread not sure why we need it posted again on it's own?http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/567573/breakfast-for-4-meal-deal-morrisons



Careful, I put a similiar comment on a post before and got a warning from the Mods. Mind you it was a mods posting.

This should not be expired, whilst it is part of the meal deal at £4, the original post for the meal deal does not break each individual item down to it's core price.
A loaf of bread at 50p is imo a deal in it's own right, and yes also each of those items could be deals in their own right if in fact they are the cheapest form of product i.e. a jar of jam @ 50p may be the cheapest around.

Also the meal deal of £4 may not appeal to all as some people may not eat certain products etc, whereas if people were aware of the individual priced deals more may benefit.

Now it's back H&R OP from me:thumbsup:

Tastes Better Than Top Brand Breads

has been 50p since before xmas so nowt new here!

Whether this is a good deal or not depends entirely on how well your local Morrison's looks after it, or how long it's been in storage before appearing on the shelves. Bread needs to be kept relatively warm, or it goes stale very quickly. One would think supermarkets would know this, but they usually stick it in a freezing cold stock room.

If it's fresh, hot deal - I bought a couple this morning.
If it's stale, it doesn't matter how cheap it is.

spock1958;7402659

Whether this is a good deal or not depends entirely on how well your … Whether this is a good deal or not depends entirely on how well your local Morrison's looks after it, or how long it's been in storage before appearing on the shelves. Bread needs to be kept relatively warm, or it goes stale very quickly. One would think supermarkets would know this, but they usually stick it in a freezing cold stock room.If it's fresh, hot deal - I bought a couple this morning.If it's stale, it doesn't matter how cheap it is.



By that token this must be the freshest of supermarket loaves since they won't have any need to store it due to demand :thumbsup:

The best thing since sliced bread......Oh!

Still 50p when I went shopping today, yum yum :-D
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