Premium Chicken Breast Fillets 5kg Now £18 (£3.60 per KG) @ MuscleFood (Min order £24.99 / £4.95 del)
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Premium Chicken Breast Fillets 5kg Now £18 (£3.60 per KG) @ MuscleFood (Min order £24.99 / £4.95 del)

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Found 15th Feb 2016
Premium Chicken Breast Fillets are on offer at Muscle Foods.
The 5KG Pack Was £32.85 Now Just £18 when you use discount code: GREATCHICK

Buy 15kg and it will cost you £54 delivered using the code.

The new customer bundle looks decent too.
There is a minimum order value of £24.99

Muscle Food Chicken Breasts:
- Great Taste Award Winner 2014
- No Added Salt or Water
- Hand Trimmed by Expert Butchers
- Cheap ‘Inner Fillet’ Removed
- Vacuum Packed for Easy Freezing
- 100% Succulent Chicken Breast
- Delivered To Your Door:
- Choose Your Own Delivery Date
- Super Chilled Delivery, Not Frozen

The title is very misleading.
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MEGA HOT!

Had these from SF and also exactly the same thing from Costco..

So for 5KG @£18 this is cheaper than going wholesale to a trade butchery
or even Smithfield as you do not have to drive a zillion miles and get up at
4am to buy them!

Slice them up, freeze them, defrost some and stir fry [non stick no fat wok]
them.. for mass bulk, strength and not so fat fatty food intake ;-)

15kg prime chicken delivered free for £54!!

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So you can't actually get these for £18 delivered?
You have to spend 7 quid on something else then pay £3.95 delivery, or am I reading this incorrectly?
DexMorgan

So you can't actually get these for £18 delivered?You have to spend 7 … So you can't actually get these for £18 delivered?You have to spend 7 quid on something else then pay £3.95 delivery, or am I reading this incorrectly?



​correct
DexMorgan

So you can't actually get these for £18 delivered?You have to spend 7 … So you can't actually get these for £18 delivered?You have to spend 7 quid on something else then pay £3.95 delivery, or am I reading this incorrectly?


i think its aimed at people with more muscles in their arms than their heads.
dart16

i think its aimed at people with more muscles in their arms than their … i think its aimed at people with more muscles in their arms than their heads.



Doesn't everyone have muscles in their arms? I share an order with my mates each month brings the cost down. Top quality chicken breasts!
i love muscle food. chicken breasts are twice the size of supermarket ones! chicken sausages are amazing!
Jase79

Doesn't everyone have muscles in their arms? I share an order with my … Doesn't everyone have muscles in their arms? I share an order with my mates each month brings the cost down. Top quality chicken breasts!


'doesnt everyone have muscles in their arms' lol, kind of proves my point
dart16

'doesnt everyone have muscles in their arms' lol, kind of proves my point



Mmmmmmmmmm banter springs to mind!!!
If you want to save an extra £3, sign up for a Pro trial at proteindiscountcard.com/ and use the £10 off code, works on any order not just chicken. Don't forget to cancel the trial,you can still access the discount codes for the 14 days.
great deal! I just bought 10kg on their last deal. rather gutted as I could have got 15kg for pretty much the same price. to anyone who hasn't purchased these before, quality is fantastic you will not want to buy from the supermarket again!
Wow special muscle chicken, thank God people can be muscly now this mob have invented special muscle chicken.

This is the best invention since Protein was invented in 2013!
Just purchased 15kg. What the hell, I recently got a new freezer, time to stock it up!
Perfect for the erotic cocktail "Simply the Breast" - a blend of vodka with a chicken breast on the side.
Any ideas of things to take it over the 25 quid delivery threshold?
Doesn't state what Grade the chicken is just Premium + £4 delivery..

It is a good offer but would rather stick to the Makro chicken which is Grade A, and slightly cheaper.
Edited by: "ftoowner" 17th Feb 2016
mikecool

Any ideas of things to take it over the 25 quid delivery threshold?



Buy 2
Are they Free Range?
Award winner 2014, does that take them past their best before date?
£3.33 x5 = £16.65 + no postage - In Aldi/Farmfoods - just saying
Edited by: "NorthantsPete" 17th Feb 2016
mikecool

Any ideas of things to take it over the 25 quid delivery threshold?


All the minced steak/beef is excellent
NorthantsPete

£3.33 x5 = £16.65 + no postage - In Aldi/Farmfoods - just saying



I was an Aldi/Lidl shoper previously for chicken breast etc. But when you read the labels, and compare the fat/salt content, Muscle Food quality is considerably better.
Despite being over the 25 threshold, it's still saying there is 3.95 delivery charge?

EDIT: i see, there is always a 3.95 delivery charge unless you order over £75. I detest delivery charges.
Edited by: "mikecool" 17th Feb 2016
mikecool

Despite being over the 25 threshold, it's still saying there is 3.95 … Despite being over the 25 threshold, it's still saying there is 3.95 delivery charge?


Min order value is £24.99 + delivery for orders containing chilled items. Or £10 + delivery for orders with just ambient items.
mikecool

Despite being over the 25 threshold, it's still saying there is 3.95 … Despite being over the 25 threshold, it's still saying there is 3.95 delivery charge?EDIT: i see, there is always a 3.95 delivery charge unless you order over £75. I detest delivery charges.


Me too, but well worth it, as I always go for the 3.95 delivery, and receive on the promised day, around 10am
Their chicken is reaaaaaaaaaaaaaally good quality. Highly recommended. Worth it. Especially when it's cheaper than supermarket prices.
I adore Muscle Foods! These are the best chicken breasts I've ever tasted, and that's saying a lot when compared to the Halal chicken breasts I used to get in Edinburgh. Their chicken isn't pumped full of water and tastes so good we rarely even season it before cooking.

I also highly recommend their Irish Sirloin Steaks, they are grass fed and free range and the difference in taste and texture is significant. I can usually only afford to get them when they are on sale but I recently got an email from them offering 10 for £24 and no discount code which meant I could also combine it with the £19 for 5kg Chicken Breasts (which did require the code) and got it all with premium delivery for less than £50.

They can be a bit spammy with their promotional offers BUT I have Gmail and it goes into the promotions tab so I only look at them when I want to. I would recommend signing up for it though, if you get a 'personal' email Darren Beale look at it, it almost always means they are sending you an offer or code for an even better deal.

When you first join Darren will also email you and ask for any suggestions. I pointed out that we are doing low carb and would love to see some lower carb options and maybe even some sesamee flour that I could only find in one other place. Shortly thereafter they started offering that sesamee flour and at a significantly better price than the other site as well as offering some lower carb goodies and sugar free syrups etc.

If you think this is just for muscle bound souls think again, I discovered them from someone mentioning them in a post here in HUKD and I will never look back! I do still buy some meats from the supermarkets don't get me wrong BUT I have found the quality and taste of Muscle Food meats so much better that I'd rather eat their meat and less of it than more meat of supermarket quality. Though thankfully, due to deals, I can often get them for very similar prices.

Give them a shot, you won't regret it, and no, I don't work for them and I'm not related to them!
Red tractor assured welfare chicken breasts in Lidl are £4.24 per kilo for any quantity. Might be worth the extra if you're concerned about welfare and dont want 15kg of chicken in your fridge.
Good deal, I get 5KG for around £20 from Makro so this is still very good.
Jase79

Mmmmmmmmmm banter springs to mind!!!


mmmmm banter? never tasted that before
APJ666

Red tractor assured welfare chicken breasts in Lidl are £4.24 per kilo … Red tractor assured welfare chicken breasts in Lidl are £4.24 per kilo for any quantity. Might be worth the extra if you're concerned about welfare and dont want 15kg of chicken in your fridge.




Red Tractor logo is virtually meaningless...compliance with the minimum standard (set down by law anyway) is about the best it offers. Even so, check out where Morrisons were sourcing their Red Tractor pork just last year...

http://www.viva.org.uk/what-we-do/about-us/media-centre/media-releases/viva-exposes-scandal-red-tractor-%E2%80%98battery-cage%E2%80%99

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3274762/Shocking-footage-reveals-pigs-crammed-tiny-cages-left-shivering-floor-farm-supplies-Morrisons.html



It's free range or organic you want if you care about welfare.
The chicken is really good from MF as for the rest I'm not that impressed (although the weight conscious Mrs is), the burgers, haches and steaks are a little too lean, they need a bit of fat for the taste.
antspam

Perfect for the erotic cocktail "Simply the Breast" - a blend of vodka … Perfect for the erotic cocktail "Simply the Breast" - a blend of vodka with a chicken breast on the side.



I usually dress my son up as toulouse lautrec on couples night.
wow, year 2016 and people still eat animals and even getting excited about it
ludwig352

I usually dress my son up as toulouse lautrec on couples night.



​Nice! Glad I'm not the only one who appreciates Hull's 2nd best nightclub. Right now I'm looking for bargain ingredients for my Hanging Bo110cks of Babylon.
jimmydean

All the minced steak/beef is excellent


Steaks are pretty good, lovely and tender, mince and diced steak good as well. Don't buy Chicken breast sausages.
Deal is misleading. You have to spend a minimum £24.99 to get the reduced price for the chicken. Deals should always list the FULL price people will have to pay, that includes postage or any other requirements.
Gee I wish I was a mod so my deals would get the "HUKD Pick" treatment (_;)
Breasts are massive, and tasty. I never used off-bone chicken in currys until I tried these. Have even oven cooked in foil, then shredded and thrown into a curry base. Bum ting!
The brand name Musclefoods doesn't exactly inspire confidence does it? It suggests that their target market is body builders, who of course are renowned for pumping their bodies full of dodgy supplements and steroids.
No longer next day delivery???
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