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Pot Noodle Chow Mein Standard 90g (Pack of 12 ) £6.60 at Amazon (+£4.49 Non-prime)
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Pot Noodle Chow Mein Standard 90g (Pack of 12 ) £6.60 at Amazon (+£4.49 Non-prime)

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Posted 9th Apr

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UK’s favourite noodles
A quick, filling and tasty snack available in 10 more flavours. Just add some water: Ready to eat in only 4 minutes. None of that artificial colours or preservatives stuff. Suitable for vegetarians

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Thanks @Diamond_Studd , piling up.
Brutes09/04/2020 16:27

Thanks @Diamond_Studd , piling up.


Your welcome @Brutes
Hope your keeping well
Edited by: "Diamond_Studd" 9th Apr
Diamond_Studd09/04/2020 16:41

Your welcome @Brutes Hope your keeping well


Yes, well locked and safe, Thanks. Hope the same with you.
Hotttt(embarrassed)
Apparently, all you need is fork-n-hot water!
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Edited by: "Lakesman" 9th Apr
All varieties £0.55 in Asda
Some varieties 50p at Iceland.

Super cold for this click and bait posting that does not specify the base price explicitly and relies on a calculation.
+ prices should be banned.

£6.60 + £4.49 = £11.09 = 92.4p each. Super expensive.
Common.Sense09/04/2020 20:53

Some varieties 50p at Iceland.Super cold for this click and bait posting …Some varieties 50p at Iceland.Super cold for this click and bait posting that does not specify the base price explicitly and relies on a calculation.+ prices should be banned.£6.60 + £4.49 = £11.09 = 92.4p each. Super expensive.


12 pot noodles delivered to your door for less then 93p each. I don’t think even Iceland would match that deal.
uglybob88810/04/2020 10:10

12 pot noodles delivered to your door for less then 93p each. I don’t t …12 pot noodles delivered to your door for less then 93p each. I don’t think even Iceland would match that deal.


But Iceland offer free delivery on larger quantities. Did you add on the cost of Amazon Prime in your comparison? Iceland do not charge a membership for delivery!

Iceland could not match what you suggest as "Pot Noodles" do not exist!

Why you may ask? Well you should not use a trade name in the plural form.
I assume you meant 12 packs of Pot Noodle.
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 10th Apr
Common.Sense10/04/2020 10:56

But Iceland offer free delivery on larger quantities. Did you add on the …But Iceland offer free delivery on larger quantities. Did you add on the cost of Amazon Prime in your comparison? Iceland do not charge a membership for delivery!Iceland could not match what you suggest as "Pot Noodes" do not exist!Why you may ask? Well you should not use a trade name in the plural form.I assume you meant 12 packs of Pot Noodle.


"Pot Noodes"

Sounds provocative
Common.Sense10/04/2020 10:56

But Iceland offer free delivery on larger quantities. Did you add on the …But Iceland offer free delivery on larger quantities. Did you add on the cost of Amazon Prime in your comparison? Iceland do not charge a membership for delivery!Iceland could not match what you suggest as "Pot Noodes" do not exist!Why you may ask? Well you should not use a trade name in the plural form.I assume you meant 12 packs of Pot Noodle.


Amazon do not require you to have a paid membership if you pay for delivery. So why would I add that to the cost?
And they also offer free delivery if buying large quantities. Minimum spend being £20 rather then Iceland wanting £35.
“Pot noodes”???
uglybob88810/04/2020 11:02

Amazon do not require you to have a paid membership if you pay for …Amazon do not require you to have a paid membership if you pay for delivery. So why would I add that to the cost?And they also offer free delivery if buying large quantities. Minimum spend being £20 rather then Iceland wanting £35. “Pot noodes”???



Yes, you can have unlimited email addresses. A scam,which one day they may close.
Common.Sense10/04/2020 11:04

Yes, you can have unlimited email addresses. A scam,which one day they may …Yes, you can have unlimited email addresses. A scam,which one day they may close.



You do not need to pay for or have a prime membership to order from Amazon If you pay for delivery. Only one email address is required.
uglybob88810/04/2020 11:13

You do not need to pay for or have a prime membership to order from Amazon …You do not need to pay for or have a prime membership to order from Amazon If you pay for delivery. Only one email address is required.



Yes, but then 92.4p each if paying delivery for 12 is "rip off" when the usual price is 50p each.
One must be desperate to pay such a ridiculous price for processed junk.
Common.Sense10/04/2020 11:17

Yes, but then 92.4p each if paying delivery for 12 is "rip off" when the …Yes, but then 92.4p each if paying delivery for 12 is "rip off" when the usual price is 50p each. One must be desperate to pay such a ridiculous price for processed junk.


So which other company will deliver 12 to your door for less then this deal? Iceland will not.
Maybe not such a rip off given the service you are getting.
uglybob88810/04/2020 11:28

So which other company will deliver 12 to your door for less then this …So which other company will deliver 12 to your door for less then this deal? Iceland will not. Maybe not such a rip off given the service you are getting.



None. I would buy from Iceland when buying milk.

Why not ask, who you would use to deliver just one Pot Noodle?
Common.Sense10/04/2020 11:30

None. I would buy from Iceland when buying milk.Why not ask, who you would …None. I would buy from Iceland when buying milk.Why not ask, who you would use to deliver just one Pot Noodle?


This listing is not about one pot noodle, it’s about a pack of 12. It’s also not about buying other items such as milk.
Amazon will deliver this 12 pack for less then 93p each with no other items.
But
uglybob88810/04/2020 11:40

This listing is not about one pot noodle, it’s about a pack of 12. It’s als …This listing is not about one pot noodle, it’s about a pack of 12. It’s also not about buying other items such as milk. Amazon will deliver this 12 pack for less then 93p each with no other items.



But is it is, in my view, still rip a off to pay 92p per product for a 50p item. I am entitled to this view, whether you like it or not!

You could make the same argument about a 1p rubber with £5 P&P and say, "you will deliver it for £5.01"?
It is a ridiculous argument.
Cold for me, can always pick them up for around 50p each in supermarkets
Common.Sense10/04/2020 11:46

But But is it is, in my view, still rip a off to pay 92p per product for …But But is it is, in my view, still rip a off to pay 92p per product for a 50p item. I am entitled to this view, whether you like it or not!You could make the same argument about a 1p rubber with £5 P&P and say, "you will deliver it for £5.01"?It is a ridiculous argument.


You’re not paying 92p for a pot noodle. You’re paying 92p for the item and delivery of that item.
Oos
uglybob88810/04/2020 13:02

You’re not paying 92p for a pot noodle. You’re paying 92p for the item and …You’re not paying 92p for a pot noodle. You’re paying 92p for the item and delivery of that item.



Which I consider very expensive. I expect 50p delivered.
uglybob88810/04/2020 10:10

12 pot noodles delivered to your door for less then 93p each. I don’t t …12 pot noodles delivered to your door for less then 93p each. I don’t think even Iceland would match that deal.


Iceland wont charge £4.49 for delivery well at least not if you spend a certain amount
Stop making excuses for crap deals
Norseg10/04/2020 14:33

Iceland wont charge £4.49 for delivery well at least not if you spend a …Iceland wont charge £4.49 for delivery well at least not if you spend a certain amountStop making excuses for crap deals


Amazon won’t charge £4.49 for delivery if you spend enough.
Chicken and mushroom or GTFO
uglybob88810/04/2020 14:34

Amazon won’t charge £4.49 for delivery if you spend enough.


Its ridiculous pricing though basically makes ir so you arent prime or willing to buy multiple items to the value of at least £20 than its not worth it, how many grannies have Amazon prime or will buy £20+ worth od pot noodles
ironic Hotukdeals always adds the shop responsibly whilst Encouraging stockpiling since the deal is bulk buying and a stockpile item

How many grannies are eating pot noodles
If youre a unhealthy granny eating pot noodles daily it wont be corona what kills you it will be the Pot Noodle only diet
Edited by: "Norseg" 10th Apr
also i just re read the description
Noticed
"UKs favourite noodles" theyre the worst instant noodles ever
Its all about Nongshim
who deems what is "UKs favourite" most sold? Like how Walkers is apparently Britains crisps when theyre bloody awful.. And not even British
Edited by: "Norseg" 10th Apr
Norseg10/04/2020 18:09

Its ridiculous pricing though basically makes ir so you arent prime or …Its ridiculous pricing though basically makes ir so you arent prime or willing to buy multiple items to the value of at least £20 than its not worth it, how many grannies have Amazon prime or will buy £20+ worth od pot noodlesironic Hotukdeals always adds the shop responsibly whilst Encouraging stockpiling since the deal is bulk buying and a stockpile itemHow many grannies are eating pot noodlesIf youre a unhealthy granny eating pot noodles daily it wont be corona what kills you it will be the Pot Noodle only diet


My point is that wether this is a good or bad deal there are not too many companies that would deliver this item to your door for this price, possibly no others. And you can’t compare amazon prices with supermarket in-store prices which do not include delivery. Amazon are in this case offering a service as well as the product. So comparing the 2 is pathetic.
Edited by: "uglybob888" 10th Apr
Got mine today it’s only dated till December 2020.
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