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Princes sandwich tuna in sunflower oil 3x160g only 50p in store @ ASDA
Princes sandwich tuna in sunflower oil 3x160g only 50p in store @ ASDA

Princes sandwich tuna in sunflower oil 3x160g only 50p in store @ ASDA

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Princes sandwich tuna in sunflower oil 3x160g only 50p in store @ ASDA
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Should be £2.20 or 2 for £4

Due to the reinvention activity in ASDA, many products are no longer ranged and have been reduced. Some are also mispriced.

Worth checking in your local store when you are next doing your shopping.

23 Comments

Original Poster

If you zoom in on the shelf edge label, you can see that it shows the weight as 400g, this is the label that prints for this product. I checked at the till and it is definitely scanning @ 50p each, the multi save is not active.

What's the difference between normal tuna and sandwich tuna

Cheaper in home bargains £1 for 3 although they are the flakes and in brine. Tuna is tuna though.

kotr

What's the difference between normal tuna and sandwich tuna



​I find that tinned tuna comes in different cuts/grades, i.e. steaks, chunks or flakes. I think "sandwich tuna" comprises of mainly small flakes.

Seems a bit fishy.

Original Poster

kotr

What's the difference between normal tuna and sandwich tuna



Sandwich tuna is comprised mainly of flakes

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Original Poster

verysleepy

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Ha, I did buy some for my cats

It's a good deal but can't help but think it's mushed flakes in oil, I'll give it a miss!

Brilliant price!

Can this tuna be used on things other than sandwhiches?

Sandwich tuna =Cat food

Prepel

Can this tuna be used on things other than sandwhiches?



I've been doing it for ages, just make sure there's no police around to see you.

kotr

What's the difference between normal tuna and sandwich tuna



It's basically tasteless mush.

Mark43

It's basically tasteless mush.


so, rubbish flake or what ever is called, correct?? usually not even the normal one is of a good quality I must say. At 50p I might have another go,lol

Edited by: "bobo53" 25th Aug 2016

Sandwich tuna is vile. It is like spreading runny porridge on the bread! And as someone has said its tasteless. Hence why so cheap! Ok for cats treat though

edinburgher

Sandwich tuna =Cat food



​It is going to change after Teresa triggers article 50

sandwich tuna is far from tasteless, the trouble with it is that it tastes too strong, it is rank, if it was tasteless it would be a bargain
Edited by: "dazzer1975" 25th Aug 2016

bobo53

so, rubbish flake or what ever is called, correct?? usually not even the … so, rubbish flake or what ever is called, correct?? usually not even the normal one is of a good quality I must say. At 50p I might have another go,lol



Hmm, actually not sure if I've had the sandwich stuff, but the flakes are bad enough that I figured if it was any worse...

Moz1976

Cheaper in home bargains £1 for 3 although they are the flakes and in … Cheaper in home bargains £1 for 3 although they are the flakes and in brine. Tuna is tuna though.


How is 3 for £1 cheaper than 3 for 50p?

In my humble opinion, about which I know you don't care, tuna is a stinky, bad tasting, unenvironmentally friendly food stuff.

tastes rank, not a bargain if you have to throw away though

Banned

tastes foul, not worth 1p
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