Nescafé Gold blend barista style coffee £3.44 @ co op
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Nescafé Gold blend barista style coffee £3.44 @ co op

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Found 17th Oct 2013
New Nescafé barista style coffee ...180g...HALF PRICE...usually £6.88

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Nice coffee....I paid £4 reduced from £6.50 in Asda last week.
Thanks great price.

Another company trying to make things appear good value but are in fact reducing the product size by 10% (180g instead of 200g) and not thinking the savvy public will notice.

Original Poster

Regardless of what the companies are doing, if you look at similar brands and sizes this is still a good deal...it's half price, so shouldn't be cold.....for example if someone posts that there is 10p off a litre of fuel at a particular petrol station I'm not going to complain that they are still ripping us off with their over inflated profiteering prices and vote cold...no I'm going to go get 10p off my fuel...so stop the whining.

mcdaveyboy

Regardless of what the companies are doing, if you look at similar brands … Regardless of what the companies are doing, if you look at similar brands and sizes this is still a good deal...it's half price, so shouldn't be cold.....for example if someone posts that there is 10p off a litre of fuel at a particular petrol station I'm not going to complain that they are still ripping us off with their over inflated profiteering prices and vote cold...no I'm going to go get 10p off my fuel...so stop the whining.



So half price is a bargain? If it was RRP £20 and was advertised at 75% off would it be an even bigger bargain? Why people rely on RRP's to reflect the true value of a product is beyond me. 1.9p per gram is not particularly cheap. I can't believe this deal hasn't gone even colder.
If you read your reply you'll realise you're whining even more than me!

Banned

nice!

Original Poster

Locko

So half price is a bargain? If it was RRP £20 and was advertised at 75% … So half price is a bargain? If it was RRP £20 and was advertised at 75% off would it be an even bigger bargain? Why people rely on RRP's to reflect the true value of a product is beyond me. 1.9p per gram is not particularly cheap. I can't believe this deal hasn't gone even colder.If you read your reply you'll realise you're whining even more than me!

yawn
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