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Oatly Oat Drink Barista edition 1 Litre (Pack of 6) £10.80 at Amazon Prime / £15.29 Non Prime
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Oatly Oat Drink Barista edition 1 Litre (Pack of 6) £10.80 at Amazon Prime / £15.29 Non Prime

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Posted 7th May
Please shop responsibly. During the Co-vid-19 outbreak, we have been seeing a lot of community demand for basic household items. Please consider others and don’t stockpile - we all need to work together to ensure everyone gets what they need. If possible, perhaps offer to help older neighbours, family or friends by sourcing items for them.

Price Matching Asda, Sainsburys and Ocado at £1.80 per carton
Might be useful for someone who can not go out or would prefer it delivered

Showing temporarily out of stock but they will dispatch once in stock

This carton of Barista Edition Oat Drink is based on liquid oats which means it isn’t overly sweet or excessively heavy. What it is, is fully foamable putting you in total control over the density and performance of your foam so you can showcase your latte art skillz, sorry we mean skills. Anyway, give it a try and see what you think.

Also perfect. Just heat this Barista Edition Oat Drink in a container while giving it a whirl until it foams up nicely and then pour yourself a latte without milk. And if you don’t feel like a latte you will be happy to know that this product tastes just as amazing if you drink it straight or pour it on your granola or put it to work with your cooking skills.
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This is great, the only non dairy milk I can use in my morning coffee that doesn’t split and tastes good.
jedijacobs07/05/2020 17:04

Always this price, not a deal... hmmm...


In my description i state it is price matching other store's and it might be useful to someone else that cannot go to the shops
As far as it always being that price - in march when i was looking at the product it had doubled in price to nearly £25
Thanks for your contribution and I'm sorry its not a deal for you but hopefully it will help someone
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This is great, the only non dairy milk I can use in my morning coffee that doesn’t split and tastes good.
Ah...but out of stock
This is the usual price in supermarkets
taraweeh07/05/2020 16:09

Ah...but out of stock


As per the description it's temporarily out of stock but you can still order and they will deliver once in stock
Always this price on Amazon btw I’ve regularly bought this for nearly a year now.. Best milk there is
Same price in the supermarket. Cold
Minor Figures Oat Milk is just as good if not better I got it in the Tchibo Coffee online think worked out about £1.48 per carton (12 cartons for £17.80) ....Over £25 order was free delivery so added brown bag crisps to the order to make it up.
Always this price, not a deal... hmmm...
same price in Sainsburys
Alexkate4007/05/2020 16:45

Minor Figures Oat Milk is just as good if not better I got it in the …Minor Figures Oat Milk is just as good if not better I got it in the Tchibo Coffee online think worked out about £1.48 per carton (12 cartons for £17.80) ....Over £25 order was free delivery so added brown bag crisps to the order to make it up.


I agree, the Minor Figures is great stuff... also made in the UK unlike most other brands so more eco friendly too
jedijacobs07/05/2020 17:04

Always this price, not a deal... hmmm...


In my description i state it is price matching other store's and it might be useful to someone else that cannot go to the shops
As far as it always being that price - in march when i was looking at the product it had doubled in price to nearly £25
Thanks for your contribution and I'm sorry its not a deal for you but hopefully it will help someone
It's normally on Subscribe & Save, where you can get 15% off if you buy 5 items. As it's long life, I buy 5 boxes at a time so the saving is decent. I never see Oatly Barista reduced in supermarkets. I expect it will go back on S&S when it's in stock again.
Edited by: "rachel_khan" 7th May
Diamond_Studd07/05/2020 17:25

In my description i state it is price matching other store's and it might …In my description i state it is price matching other store's and it might be useful to someone else that cannot go to the shopsAs far as it always being that price - in march when i was looking at the product it had doubled in price to nearly £25Thanks for your contribution and I'm sorry its not a deal for you but hopefully it will help someone


While I understand what you’re saying, this is basically the normal price. They’re not price matching anyone and the fact that 2 months ago they were £25 is irrelevant. That was a random price hike, much like all other items when people panic bought.
To be honest you can often get this readily for £1.50 a carton in the shops (either as a promo on its own or 2 for £3.00).
It’s a fair price and for those not going to the stores, it’ll help, but as I say, it’s not a “deal”, just the standard price, hence my original comment.
May others have also commented the same, so it’s not me being picky, just stating how it is.
jedijacobs07/05/2020 18:48

While I understand what you’re saying, this is basically the normal price. …While I understand what you’re saying, this is basically the normal price. They’re not price matching anyone and the fact that 2 months ago they were £25 is irrelevant. That was a random price hike, much like all other items when people panic bought.To be honest you can often get this readily for £1.50 a carton in the shops (either as a promo on its own or 2 for £3.00).It’s a fair price and for those not going to the stores, it’ll help, but as I say, it’s not a “deal”, just the standard price, hence my original comment.May others have also commented the same, so it’s not me being picky, just stating how it is.



According to my description and the prices i researched they are price matching but if you see other prices then please feel free to share
The price of £25 is relevant as you stated "always this price" when it was not always this price
And as stated in the description its not for everyone, there is alot of people who can't go out and need things delivered.
I'm sorry i couldn't help you but it may help someone else
Thanks for the heads up. As stated by others, the barista variety is hardly ever on offer (I've never seen it so in the shops), but the main issue at the moment is that shops are limiting how much you can buy, and many don't have any stock.
When you go through 3 or 4 of these a week, any possible source is gratefully received.
Diamond_Studd07/05/2020 19:02

According to my description and the prices i researched they are price …According to my description and the prices i researched they are price matching but if you see other prices then please feel free to share The price of £25 is relevant as you stated "always this price" when it was not always this priceAnd as stated in the description its not for everyone, there is alot of people who can't go out and need things delivered.I'm sorry i couldn't help you but it may help someone else


It’s not about not helping me, i’m merely saying, as have many other in this very post, it’s always this price.
Always is a figure of speech, so yes, there may have been one time at a higher price, but the standard price is £1.80 or less.
So this is called “hot U.K. deals” as it is a deals site.
This isn’t a deal, just the standard price which is (almost) always this price, and to counter your crazy £25 price one day, it has actually been cheaper than £1.80 too, so overall it is this price as standard.
You’ve done a nice thing to share, but constructive criticism is just on this occasion.
It just isn’t a “deal”.
jedijacobs07/05/2020 19:54

It’s not about not helping me, i’m merely saying, as have many other in thi …It’s not about not helping me, i’m merely saying, as have many other in this very post, it’s always this price.Always is a figure of speech, so yes, there may have been one time at a higher price, but the standard price is £1.80 or less.So this is called “hot U.K. deals” as it is a deals site.This isn’t a deal, just the standard price which is (almost) always this price, and to counter your crazy £25 price one day, it has actually been cheaper than £1.80 too, so overall it is this price as standard.You’ve done a nice thing to share, but constructive criticism is just on this occasion.It just isn’t a “deal”.


Thanks I undestand and appreciate your input
sproud is nicer, imo and cheaper
Oat Milk easily replaces Cow milk in Coffee. I haven't found any plant milk that replaces Cow milk in tea so I just stopped drinking tea, apart from herbal which doesn't require milk of any kind. Get with the times people. Cow milk is for calves not people, plants are where it's at and if we don't want any more sad times like we have now, then we need to be more mindful of the destruction our buying power causes. Up the Oats.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 7th May
taraweeh07/05/2020 16:08

This is great, the only non dairy milk I can use in my morning coffee that …This is great, the only non dairy milk I can use in my morning coffee that doesn’t split and tastes good.


Normal oatly is fine too - this just foams up more.
I find the Asda own brand oat milk to be great in tea or cafetière coffee (tried soya but that always curdles in proper coffee). At 95p it’s a bargain.
Same price as the supermarkets
TheEgo07/05/2020 22:42

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The Ego...

Says it all...

I take it you didn’t see the second, fifth and sixth comment, as if you did, you’d clearly see i’m not the only person saying this.

Maybe when you have a relevant comment of your own, rather than reducing yourself to name calling (“pillock”... you actually use that term?!), you can make your point.

I’ve posted many “actual” deals on this site over the years and often commend people when doing so also, however I maintain, this isn’t remotely a said deal, just a standard price.

In fact, just checked and the most recent comment, under yours ironically, also states it’s the same price as the supermarkets.

Don’t have a go at me when many others agree...

...maybe you can take the time to find a decent deal yourself and post up on the site... help the community, like the rest of us do.

I’m sorry to the original poster who it may seem I’ve been a little overly critical, but they have been gracious with their replies and it’s good that they have at least attempted to share something, which had actually gone hot, so hats off to them.
Edited by: "jedijacobs" 7th May
TheEgo07/05/2020 23:50

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2014 to 2020... no deals shared with the community.

At least contribute rather than call names...

In these times it is certainly handy to stock up.

I’d just urge you to keep checking daily online for better deals for these sort of products, that’s all.

This isn’t a difficult product to get and I personally, with my grocery shopping get dairy free milk delivered weekly, £1.50 a litre, which is cheaper than this and I don’t need to order 6 litres at a time.

For you this is a deal, for me it isn’t.

Let’s leave it at that, but at least I can hold my head up knowing I didn’t resort to name calling, unlike some.

(And it’s pillock with an i, you might want to check your spelling next time, otherwise you might just look like one yourself...)
Edited by: "jedijacobs" 7th May
I own a coffee shop and these cost £8 for 6 wholesale so this is a great price
TheEgo08/05/2020 11:03

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Because they wrote with a wink and a smile.

Humour, not damnation, unlike some...

You could learn a thing here...
Great find - just ordered as it’s back in stock now for the same price
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