Mullerlight 6 pack (Fruits, chocolate, citrus or toffee) £1 at Tesco
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Mullerlight 6 pack (Fruits, chocolate, citrus or toffee) £1 at Tesco

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Found 2nd Apr 2012
All the 6 packs of Mullerlight yoghurts are now £1 a pack at Tesco. Includes all the flavours - Citrus, Toffee & Vanilla, Fruits and Chocolate
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Fantastic. Im a massive fatty so this will help:)
Also, there is a voucher from tesco for £1 off if you spend £4 in yoghurts. It is usually available in the entrances or somewhere near the cashiers.
I'm a bit confused, they're showing up online as £2, but underneath it says "Price Drop Was £3.59 Now £1.00." Is it just my web browser playing up or something?
Hot! However having brought these after trying a Muller strawberry at the hospital while in A&E, I have to say that these just don't cut it. Not thick or creamy enough - very standard yoghurt for Muller.

On a side note, anyone know where I can find the Muller yoghurt I had at the hospital? It was in a small pot, no bits and thick and creamy. I've looked everywhere!

Probably the kids little stars fromage frais. Thick, creamy and no bits...

bubblegum99

Hot! However having brought these after trying a Muller strawberry at the … Hot! However having brought these after trying a Muller strawberry at the hospital while in A&E, I have to say that these just don't cut it. Not thick or creamy enough - very standard yoghurt for Muller. On a side note, anyone know where I can find the Muller yoghurt I had at the hospital? It was in a small pot, no bits and thick and creamy. I've looked everywhere!


This must be an online pricing error as I've just been to Tesco's and bought a 6 pack of muller light which went through at £2 (as per the £2 basket online...)

333 degrees and clearly no one else has confirmed the offer... this site makes me laugh sometimes!
Edited by: "soton26" 2nd Apr 2012
CakeTea

I'm a bit confused, they're showing up online as £2, but underneath it … I'm a bit confused, they're showing up online as £2, but underneath it says "Price Drop Was £3.59 Now £1.00." Is it just my web browser playing up or something?


Same here, adding to my basket at £2 as well.
I know which ones u mean at the hospital never seen them in shops however aldi do a thick an creamy yogurt tht are amazing
CakeTea

I'm a bit confused, they're showing up online as £2, but underneath it … I'm a bit confused, they're showing up online as £2, but underneath it says "Price Drop Was £3.59 Now £1.00." Is it just my web browser playing up or something?



Was the same for me when I saw it earlier.
My instant reaction was "Tesco cockup" and took no notice of the £1.
Expecting to find them instore at £2.
Edited by: "stamfordblue" 2nd Apr 2012
They are £2 in store, I've said this already, the deal should be expired
They were £1 instore yesterday when I bought some.
they were £1 in Tesco hanley today
they were a £1 in Tesco Hanley today , got 2 packs shelf label changed and scanning at £1
soton26

This must be an online pricing error as I've just been to Tesco's and … This must be an online pricing error as I've just been to Tesco's and bought a 6 pack of muller light which went through at £2 (as per the £2 basket online...)333 degrees and clearly no one else has confirmed the offer... this site makes me laugh sometimes!


Well it clearly states on their website that's £1. Use your smart phone whilst In store, show customer services, and they should honor the price, I have done it several times...

Edited by: "wooookie" 3rd Apr 2012
So many reason why I refuse to purchase Muller Yogurts but here is 2:

Muller could probably sell these for 5p a Pot, and still make a profit. Its one product that if you ask anyone what the actually price of a Muller Yogurt is (including the shelf stackers), they wouldn't have a clue. Its price shifts around more than Nick Clegg does on policy.

Muller need to start using Paper Pots - there is no need to distribute Yogurt in plastic/aluminium foil lids. For something that takes 2 seconds to eat - its packaging will be around a 1000 years. Its totally unsustainable.

Take the consumer out of the equation (ie. we handle the waste for them) and Muller would be one of the biggest polluters in this country, producing vast amounts of plastic waste to landfill as a bi-product of their main production - Yogurt. Its a disgrace, and they need to start leading the field on putting things right, ie. Ditch the plastic pot.


Edited by: "tightar5e" 3rd Apr 2012
tightar5e

So many reason why I refuse to purchase Muller Yogurts but here is … So many reason why I refuse to purchase Muller Yogurts but here is 2:Muller could probably sell these for 5p a Pot, and still make a profit. Its one product that if you ask anyone what the actually price of a Muller Yogurt is (including the shelf stackers), they wouldn't have a clue. Its price shifts around more than Nick Clegg does on policy.Muller need to start using Paper Pots - there is no need to distribute Yogurt in plastic/aluminium foil lids. For something that takes 2 seconds to eat - its packaging will be around a 1000 years. Its totally unsustainable.Take the consumer out of the equation (ie. we handle the waste for them) and Muller would be one of the biggest polluters in this country, producing vast amounts of plastic waste to landfill as a bi-product of their main production - Yogurt. Its a disgrace, and they need to start leading the field on putting things right, ie. Ditch the plastic pot.



Our bi-weekly waste collection takes plastics - so I'm gonna keep eating them
£2 in tesco Pontypridd about 20mins ago.
tightar5e

So many reason why I refuse to purchase Muller Yogurts but here is … So many reason why I refuse to purchase Muller Yogurts but here is 2:Muller could probably sell these for 5p a Pot, and still make a profit. Its one product that if you ask anyone what the actually price of a Muller Yogurt is (including the shelf stackers), they wouldn't have a clue. Its price shifts around more than Nick Clegg does on policy.Muller need to start using Paper Pots - there is no need to distribute Yogurt in plastic/aluminium foil lids. For something that takes 2 seconds to eat - its packaging will be around a 1000 years. Its totally unsustainable. Take the consumer out of the equation (ie. we handle the waste for them) and Muller would be one of the biggest polluters in this country, producing vast amounts of plastic waste to landfill as a bi-product of their main production - Yogurt. Its a disgrace, and they need to start leading the field on putting things right, ie. Ditch the plastic pot.



As someone who manufactures tooling for Muller to make their pots, I couldn't disagree more.

(winky_smiley thing)
They have 5 for £1 at Morrisons. Loose ones. I got some at the weekend. I got the Rhubarb one, twice as i thought it would be nice. It wasn't nice at all!. It was... overly tangy.

Kinda watery too. But sorry for been a nerd, but i thought the low fat version is suppose to be good for you, but if you read the ingredients it says it contains aspartamine....... which is not a nice thing. Sometimes they add that too cheap home brand lemonade, and also too robinsons drink.

£2 in my local checked half an hour ago
bubblegum99

Hot! However having brought these after trying a Muller strawberry at the … Hot! However having brought these after trying a Muller strawberry at the hospital while in A&E, I have to say that these just don't cut it. Not thick or creamy enough - very standard yoghurt for Muller. On a side note, anyone know where I can find the Muller yoghurt I had at the hospital? It was in a small pot, no bits and thick and creamy. I've looked everywhere!



Hi there in Morrisons they do peach and fruits of the forest .. there in a 4 pack and buy one get one free at moment. Enjoy
£2 in my local tesco, even showed them the price online via my phone, they were having none of it.
I did not believe U, went to tesco site ! couldn't believe my eyes, I there afterwork
£1 in Longton, bought some this afternoon
£2 in my tesco,
£2 quid in Bedford Tescos
yes
Bought some earlier and they were £2 !
I bought 3 packs today,fab bargain!!
£2 here, no fair that the price varies from place to place!
£2 in tesco at selby
£1 in Tesco Metro in Battersea/London (but they only had the citrus flavour)
bairdyblues

£2 in tesco Pontypridd about 20mins ago.



They're now £1 a pack in Tesco Pontypridd. I bought a fivers worth.
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