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NESCAFÉ AZERA Americano Instant Coffee 100g x 6 Tins £18 Prime (£22.49 non-Prime) at Amazon
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NESCAFÉ AZERA Americano Instant Coffee 100g x 6 Tins £18 Prime (£22.49 non-Prime) at Amazon

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Posted 20th AprEdited by:"X10"

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£2.55-£3.00 per tin, depending on your S&S.

(Also on Subscribe and Save so £17.10 or £15.30 depending on the number of items you already have.)

Not as cheap as some in-store deals recently but good for those not near that particular shop/wanting to go out/self-isolating).


If you don't need 6 then help out someone who's unable to go to the shops or is self-isolating and split the purchase!
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This is routinely 3 quid in Asda and other supermarkets.
Yea if you can get it right now plus it takes up item space on your restricted shop. Heat
matthew188820/04/2020 13:26

This is routinely 3 quid in Asda and other supermarkets.


£17.10 makes it £2.85

And good luck getting it now
bigbadwolves20/04/2020 13:32

£17.10 makes it £2.85And good luck getting it now


Didnt say it was a bad deal. Just stated a fact it's always around 3 quid
bigbadwolves20/04/2020 13:32

£17.10 makes it £2.85And good luck getting it now


Two for a fiver in farmfoods I got some This week, its not on offer in supermarkets just now.
matthew188820/04/2020 13:42

Didnt say it was a bad deal. Just stated a fact it's always around 3 quid


Its not always around £3. Go look at every old deal on here for this and people jump on heat for £3, and price history... Its usually up to near £5 each. See attached.

So £2.85 is better, right?


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Edited by: "bigbadwolves" 20th Apr
It is 3 quid all the time in one supermarket or the other. That's a fact. Ffs
bigbadwolves20/04/2020 13:48

Its not always around £3. Go look at every old deal on here for this and …Its not always around £3. Go look at every old deal on here for this and people jump on heat for £3, and price history... Its usually up to near £5 each. See attached.So £2.85 is better, right? [Image]

This deal works out at £3 per tin if you want it tomorrow, or £2.85 at a minimum if you Subscribe and Save, this is cheaper than when most supermarkets have it on offer.

It is on offer in different supermarkets on rotation fairly often, but knowing which ones, and when is a bit more difficult now with the closure of the MySupermarket site.

Also, some people don't have a particular supermarket nearby that has it on offer, and may not want to travel just for a tin or 2 of coffee (factoring in petrol, time, hassle).

For the ease of just buying right now from the site and having enough to ride out the lockdown, furlough, WFH, etc. etc., this seemed like the next best thing.
Edited by: "X10" 20th Apr
matthew188820/04/2020 13:53

It is 3 quid all the time in one supermarket or the other. That's a fact. …It is 3 quid all the time in one supermarket or the other. That's a fact. Ffs



Not always, this product is a staple in our household so we often go on a hunt to our nearest supermarkets to get it on offer (because who really wants to spend £5 on what is effectively instant coffee!) and can't find it on offer in any of them.
Unless we're considering every single supermarket across the country, in which case you are absolutely right, but is of no use to a large number of people.
For example the Farm Foods offer mentioned above, unless you live near a Farm Foods, it's unlikely you'll go out of your way just to get coffee.
Ffs ignore my original comment.
matthew188820/04/2020 14:02

Ffs ignore my original comment.



Seems more people agree with your sentiment judging by the voting
X1020/04/2020 14:07

Seems more people agree with your sentiment judging by the voting


I voted positive!!
matthew188820/04/2020 14:07

I voted positive!!



Hahaha!
Oh well, I thought this deal would help people as I was looking for some, but I guess it's not!
X1020/04/2020 14:10

Hahaha!Oh well, I thought this deal would help people as I was looking for …Hahaha!Oh well, I thought this deal would help people as I was looking for some, but I guess it's not!


It is a good deal for those that cant be bothered to go to a supermarket!!
£2 in poundstretcher
Cost apart its the best coffee of its kind (Kenco and Lavazza are weak and horrible). Well worth a punt as the lockdown /movement restrictions are likely to go on for a long long time and costs of foodstuff have already gone up 7%.
Voted hot - I've been looking but not actually seen it for £3 at any local (mini) supermarkets. I've been stocking up from Amazon Prime Now that often has surprisingly good prices on lots of stuff
bigbadwolves20/04/2020 13:48

Its not always around £3. Go look at every old deal on here for this and …Its not always around £3. Go look at every old deal on here for this and people jump on heat for £3, and price history... Its usually up to near £5 each. See attached.So £2.85 is better, right? [Image]


2.50 is even better in farmfoods
You can buy real coffee for £1.09 in Aldi and Lidl and morrisons have cut their own ground coffee to £1.20 a pack
cjabingham23/04/2020 11:20

You can buy real coffee for £1.09 in Aldi and Lidl and morrisons have cut …You can buy real coffee for £1.09 in Aldi and Lidl and morrisons have cut their own ground coffee to £1.20 a pack


What's that got to do with this thread?
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