New York Style/Raspberry/Chocolate Cheesecake - Pack of Two Wedges - £2  BOGOF - Morrisons
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New York Style/Raspberry/Chocolate Cheesecake - Pack of Two Wedges - £2 BOGOF - Morrisons

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Found 13th Feb 2014
Just in time for Valentines Day Pud, Morrisons have their Cheesecake Wedges on offer. Carton of 2 Wedges for £2 - BOGOF
Available in New York Style - Raspberry - Chocolate
Mix & Match

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can buy a whole cheesecake for less than this

Original Poster

stevensmellsreallyok

can buy a whole cheesecake for less than this



Morrisons New York Style large cheesecake is £4.99

Eight Wedges is more cake for £4

You can mix and match and you may only want 4 slices

I just bought one yesterday for £2! when did this offer start?

These are incredibly nice - at 50p per (chunky) slice, it's a steal.

be careful, i Bought 5 packs and made myself sick new york style, it was horrible and cheesy oO

Heat just for the fact that it's cheesecake! Mmmmmmmmmmm

same offer is in sainsburys as well

DEALofaLifetime

I just bought one yesterday for £2! when did this offer start?



i was in my local yesterday night and saw it on then

OMG this is awesome thanks xx

myfeetsmelllikepsp

be careful, i Bought 5 packs and made myself sick new york style, it was … be careful, i Bought 5 packs and made myself sick new york style, it was horrible and cheesy oO



Nice lol

I was in a mini Morrison's but didn't see this offer?

stevensmellsreallyok

can buy a whole cheesecake for less than this



agreed!

Banned

jimmybo

Morrisons New York Style large cheesecake is £4.99Eight Wedges is more … Morrisons New York Style large cheesecake is £4.99Eight Wedges is more cake for £4You can mix and match and you may only want 4 slices



Or you can turn around, go back outside to your car and then drive to Asda up the road. Then you pick up their whole cheesecake which costs about £1.80.

Then you take it home, cut it into 8 slices and then you may be inclined to click "Cold" on this very thread.

That is all.

Original Poster

trixabel

Or you can turn around, go back outside to your car and then drive to … Or you can turn around, go back outside to your car and then drive to Asda up the road. Then you pick up their whole cheesecake which costs about £1.80. Then you take it home, cut it into 8 slices and then you may be inclined to click "Cold" on this very thread.That is all.



I've tried most of the supermarket cheesecakes and I think that Morrisons "Cake shop" cheesecake (in particular the biscuit base) tastes nicer than all of them except maybe M & S
Just my opinion - but, as with all grocery brands, I'm willing to pay more for something that I consider to be a superior product

Other shoppers must agree or, for example with bread, how would the Hovis, Kingsmill, Warburtons, Allisons brands survive when supermarket branded bread is usually half the price?
Edited by: "jimmybo" 14th Feb 2014
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