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Poundland launches meal deal for £2 - Sandwich, chocolate bar, bag of crisps and drink £2.
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Poundland launches meal deal for £2 - Sandwich, chocolate bar, bag of crisps and drink £2.

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Refreshed 9th May (Posted 8th May)Available: National

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Poundland are launching a meal deal in store for £2. You get a sandwich, chocolate bar, crisps and a drink (250ml).

List of products available below:

Sandwich
BLT
Cheese and onion
Chicken and bacon
Chicken salad
Egg mayo
Ham and cheese
Tuna and sweetcorn
Egg and bacon
Chicken and stuffing
Crisps
Quavers (20g)
Real cheese and onion (35g)
Real salt and malt vinegar (35g)
Real sea salt (35g)
Chocolate bars
Bounty single (57g)
Mars single (51g)
Snickers single (48g)
Topic single (47g)
Twix single (50g)
Drinks
7Up Free (330ml)
Barr Bubblegum (330ml)
Barr Cream Soda (330ml)
Barr Pineapple (330ml)
Irn Bru (330ml)
Old Jamacia Ginger Beer (330ml)
P/Land still water (500ml)
Pepsi Diet (250ml)
Pepsi Max (250ml)
Pepsi Max Cherry (250ml)
R Whites Lemonade (330ml)
Tango Cherry (330ml)
Tango Orange (330ml)
Tango Strawberry (330ml)
Tango Tropical (330ml)
Vimto Original (330ml)

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padamowicz9308/05/2019 22:18

Sugar, aspartame and wheat. Nice nutritious meal right there.

What is it with this place and all the aloof posters that think people can't just eat something in moderation when food deals that aren't brocolli and kale get posted.

Nobody is looking at this deal thinking they now have a low cost meal for every day of their life and if they do, your patronising comments aren't going to change their mindset anyway so bore off with the condescending nutrition tips.
Sandwiches are available at £1, the other 3 items are always in 3 for £1 pick n mix. So, whilst a decent price for a lunch deal, this isn't a new thing.
I use to work for Greencore. The ingredients to make sandwiches are supplied by the customer itself. For example Sainsbury’s supply the ingredients to greencore and all they want is to produce and package.

For Waitrose, Greencore purchases ingredients themselves with a higher margin.
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Sandwiches are available at £1, the other 3 items are always in 3 for £1 pick n mix. So, whilst a decent price for a lunch deal, this isn't a new thing.
sure the sandwich would be poo, but not far of the semi poo of everywhere else doing 3£ meal deals, heat for me, could drive competitions
Not a bad deal. I've had the chicken and stuffing sandwich from poundland and it was quite nice.
Voted hot for the price, but I can't treat this as meal.
I’ve seen the state of those sandwiches
Often the tastiest part of a sandwich is the snot.
Gumbon08/05/2019 21:43

sure the sandwich would be poo, but not far of the semi poo of everywhere …sure the sandwich would be poo, but not far of the semi poo of everywhere else doing 3£ meal deals, heat for me, could drive competitions


poo its food your talking about yeah(skeptical)
Very odd math.. a £2 meal from a store that everyone always asks, how much is this!

HEAT!
Kie4King08/05/2019 22:09

These are the same sandwiches you’d find at Coop and Morrison’s. Same fac …These are the same sandwiches you’d find at Coop and Morrison’s. Same factory, all made by Greencore with different packaging: talkingretail.com/news/industry-news/poundland-signs-chilled-deal-greencore-21-05-2018/


To what spec though? Not sure about COOP or Morrison's but they are very shy with the filling in comparison to those from Tesco and Boots. The Sandwich wasn't as bad as the 'chicken' wrap, I think they have to put a bit of chicken in it to call it that. More like a lettuce wrap. Yes it was a quid, but you get what you pay for!
Edited by: "anlygi" 8th May
Sugar, aspartame and wheat. Nice nutritious meal right there.
anlygi08/05/2019 22:14

To what spec though? Not sure about COOP or Morrison's but they are very …To what spec though? Not sure about COOP or Morrison's but they are very shy with the filling in comparison to those from Tesco and Boots. The Sandwich wasn't as bad as the 'chicken' wrap, I think they have to put a bit of chicken in it to call it that. More like a lettuce wrap. Yes it was a quid, but you get what you pay for!


Honestly, probably quite similar quality wise. With the amount of sandwiches in production from Greencore in the UK at millions, it would probably cost more for Greencore to alter their workflow. I guess the only way to find out is to buy one of both and read the ingredients. I went to Superdrug the other day and found that the same sushi dish is at coop but with slightly varied packaging.
padamowicz9308/05/2019 22:18

Sugar, aspartame and wheat. Nice nutritious meal right there.


What’s wrong with wheat?
padamowicz9308/05/2019 22:18

Sugar, aspartame and wheat. Nice nutritious meal right there.


What's wrong with wheat these days?
Edited by: "TechnoDonkey" 8th May
Nice, you get free gastritis with that
KFC deal much better!
My usual way of getting a sandwich is going to boots at about 15: 00. they start pricing down there sandwiches and if it's £1 you get boots points one time I got a sandwich which had a 25% off boots pharmacy voucherand got clove oil with my points
There's a point when cheap, becomes too cheap.....that's all I'm saying...
Who called the food police
£1 too many..
padamowicz9308/05/2019 22:18

Sugar, aspartame and wheat. Nice nutritious meal right there.

What is it with this place and all the aloof posters that think people can't just eat something in moderation when food deals that aren't brocolli and kale get posted.

Nobody is looking at this deal thinking they now have a low cost meal for every day of their life and if they do, your patronising comments aren't going to change their mindset anyway so bore off with the condescending nutrition tips.
A sandwich at Poundland? I’d rather go hungry
People are so lazy. Why cannot they make their own sandwiches?

Generation snowflake complain they have not got much money.
Well, make your own lunch and invest in a flask, as the "rich" baby boomers did.
Any sandwiches without suffering between the bread? Wouldn’t be too much to ask.
Common.Sense08/05/2019 23:41

People are so lazy. Why cannot they make their own sandwiches?Generation …People are so lazy. Why cannot they make their own sandwiches?Generation snowflake complain they have not got much money.Well, make your own lunch and invest in a flask, as the "rich" baby boomers did.


Welcome to the modern world where DIY means nothing.
Edited by: "Chuggee" 8th May
I use to work for Greencore. The ingredients to make sandwiches are supplied by the customer itself. For example Sainsbury’s supply the ingredients to greencore and all they want is to produce and package.

For Waitrose, Greencore purchases ingredients themselves with a higher margin.
Thanks op
It's a decent price for what it is considering the prices of similar deals in other stores.

But crisps, chocolate, can of drink and a single sandwich which is very below par (I've had a couple) does not constitute a meal. They should be called snack deals.
yerly_dave09/05/2019 00:04

It's a decent price for what it is considering the prices of similar deals …It's a decent price for what it is considering the prices of similar deals in other stores. But crisps, chocolate, can of drink and a single sandwich which is very below par (I've had a couple) does not constitute a meal. They should be called snack deals.



May be you "over" eat. Look at the UK - so many "fat slobs".

Lunch is a light meal. You are not supposed to stuff yourself. Your hunger should be satisfied and you should not eat until you are "full". The amount one eats depends upon physical activity of your job!
This meal has a lot of calories. Junk food.


Can drink 25p via multipack
Chocolate 25p via multipack
Crisps 20p via multipack
2 slices of bread sandwich and packing worth no more than 30p (Ooooh!) --- make your own. For £1 you could have 10 slices!

This is a £1 meal from £1 shop, charging double!
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 9th May
adamguest198508/05/2019 21:42

Sandwiches are available at £1, the other 3 items are always in 3 for £1 p …Sandwiches are available at £1, the other 3 items are always in 3 for £1 pick n mix. So, whilst a decent price for a lunch deal, this isn't a new thing.


Spot on! Doctor House!
Eh
I'd rather just get a Boots meal deal
It's like £1.20 more and their sandwiches don't taste like cardboard
Common.Sense08/05/2019 23:41

People are so lazy. Why cannot they make their own sandwiches?Generation …People are so lazy. Why cannot they make their own sandwiches?Generation snowflake complain they have not got much money.Well, make your own lunch and invest in a flask, as the "rich" baby boomers did.



I was with you until you went into that finger pointing tirade in the second half
Another place to cheap place to get a meal deal from. Heat.
There is no salmon sandwich! COLD!
JUST kidding,
Hot!
Will try it the other day!
FriendlyFyre09/05/2019 00:18

EhI'd rather just get a Boots meal dealIt's like £1.20 more and their …EhI'd rather just get a Boots meal dealIt's like £1.20 more and their sandwiches don't taste like cardboard


You must have money to burn then. That extra £1.20 x 5 is an extra £6 a week or £24 month. To some of us that is a lot of money. Don't be a snob.

The sandwiches from poundworld are fine, same goes for aldi ones.
Jonnym08/05/2019 23:07

What is it with this place and all the aloof posters that think people …What is it with this place and all the aloof posters that think people can't just eat something in moderation when food deals that aren't brocolli and kale get posted. Nobody is looking at this deal thinking they now have a low cost meal for every day of their life and if they do, your patronising comments aren't going to change their mindset anyway so bore off with the condescending nutrition tips.


Ant_Parsons08/05/2019 22:46

My usual way of getting a sandwich is going to boots at about 15: 00. they …My usual way of getting a sandwich is going to boots at about 15: 00. they start pricing down there sandwiches and if it's £1 you get boots points one time I got a sandwich which had a 25% off boots pharmacy voucherand got clove oil with my points


Depends what boots.
Airport boots is roughly 20:00
Kie4King08/05/2019 22:09

These are the same sandwiches you’d find at Coop and Morrison’s. Same fac …These are the same sandwiches you’d find at Coop and Morrison’s. Same factory, all made by Greencore with different packaging: talkingretail.com/news/industry-news/poundland-signs-chilled-deal-greencore-21-05-2018/


Good to see a post keeping things relevant and interesting, you've restored my faith a little, given how bad this site has got.
adamguest198508/05/2019 21:42

Sandwiches are available at £1, the other 3 items are always in 3 for £1 p …Sandwiches are available at £1, the other 3 items are always in 3 for £1 pick n mix. So, whilst a decent price for a lunch deal, this isn't a new thing.


Marketing it is for more sales, the boots £1 chicken mayo is divine
Not really a deal if a twix can cost 25p in a pack of 4, crisps can cost 20p in a pack of 8 and pepsi 35p in a multipack and then £1 for sandwiches at your nearest convenience store.
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