Panadol Extra 24 pack ( + other cold and flu tablets, cough syrups etc ) 30p @ Asda Living (York Gate, Belfast)
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Panadol Extra 24 pack ( + other cold and flu tablets, cough syrups etc ) 30p @ Asda Living (York Gate, Belfast)

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Found 15th Apr 2016
Was in York Gate Asda Living. A shelf into the right as you go in the doors is full of cold and flu tablets, cough syrups included Beechams and other well know brands all for just 30p

I got 2 boxes of Panadol Extra soluble tablets, paracetamol + caffeine from £3 to just 30p!! Bargain.

Only problem is you can only buy 2 products at a time. So have to pay multiple times. Expiry date on tablets I bought is 09/2019 so not a close date.

Hope this is in other Asda Livings too!

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living the dream X)

this must have been the reason for the massive delay as a woman infront of me last week had a pile of yellow stickered stuff that needed supervisor overrides

did see lots of mucus cough stuff and kids medicines especially.....

i expect the asda rule is really a max of 2 paracetemol and 2 ibuprofen etc, not certain but very often the staff dont understand their own rules on this

Those red stickers are store specific offers.

toonarmani

Those red stickers are store specific offers.


thought the stuff the woman infront of me had were yellow stickered but not sure tbh

brilly

thought the stuff the woman infront of me had were yellow stickered but … thought the stuff the woman infront of me had were yellow stickered but not sure tbh


They use both yellow and red stickers. Yellow don't normally need manual intervention as they have a reduction barcode on them with the reduced price in most case. Red have the reduced price printed on them and no barcode so need to be price overide at the till by member of staff and if the reduction difference between normal price and reduced price is over a certain amount (i think it's £5 or more) a supervisor needs to overide it. Yellow is mainly used for food reductions in chillers and red is normally found on things like none foods and food on the none chilled aisles. However regrdless of whether yellow or red stickers are used it will always be a store specific reduction.
Edited by: "jordanc93" 16th Apr 2016

jordanc93

They use both yellow and red stickers. Yellow don't normally need manual … They use both yellow and red stickers. Yellow don't normally need manual intervention as they have a reduction barcode on them with the reduced price in most case. Red have the reduced price printed on them and no barcode so need to be price overide at the till by member of staff and if the reduction difference between normal price and reduced price is over a certain amount (i think it's £5 or more) a supervisor needs to overide it. Yellow is mainly used for food reductions in chillers and red is normally found on things like none foods and food on the none chilled aisles. However regrdless of whether yellow or red stickers are used it will always be a store specific reduction.



​Blimey, didn't want your life story!

Ridiculous post and not only because the generic is still cheaper than this post. There was a cheap Eccles cake at my local Spa the other day. I should have posted this to hukd

Original Poster

how is it a ridiculous post if there's a 90% saving on original
price?? think someone's a bit jealous that there asda living doesn't have them in stock. hukd isn't just for nationwide deals.. there's always store specific ones (not that I knew this was store specific on posting - I don't work for asda)

Original Poster

mdekq007

Ridiculous post and not only because the generic is still cheaper than … Ridiculous post and not only because the generic is still cheaper than this post. There was a cheap Eccles cake at my local Spa the other day. I should have posted this to hukd



also ​​would like to see you try and find soluable paracetamol with caffeine for less than 30p

jordanc93

They use both yellow and red stickers. Yellow don't normally need manual … They use both yellow and red stickers. Yellow don't normally need manual intervention as they have a reduction barcode on them with the reduced price in most case. Red have the reduced price printed on them and no barcode so need to be price overide at the till by member of staff and if the reduction difference between normal price and reduced price is over a certain amount (i think it's £5 or more) a supervisor needs to overide it. Yellow is mainly used for food reductions in chillers and red is normally found on things like none foods and food on the none chilled aisles. However regrdless of whether yellow or red stickers are used it will always be a store specific reduction.


i think the manual intervention was the '2 products' override
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