Princes Tuna Chunks 6 Pack £3 @ ASDA
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Princes Tuna Chunks 6 Pack £3 @ ASDA

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Found 5th Apr 2011Made hot 5th Apr 2011
Was in my local (Larne NI) ASDA last night and saw they were doing an offer on Princes Tuna Chunks. Initially I thought it was the 4 packs for £3, but on further looking saw the 6 for the price of 4 packs and asked were they included in the £3 offer - the guy went and checked and came back and said they were so I picked up a couple of packs!

Not sure if this is a national deal but good deal all the same (if you like tuna)

Applies to both the "in Brine" and "in Sunflower Oil" tins.

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Original Poster

http://i55.tinypic.com/sviejb.jpg

They were the drier version .......less water .....when I looked at them

Are people so untrusting that we need to post receipts to prove that 6 cans of tuna can be bough for £3? Honestly, what is this site coming to?

Ehhhhh..... somethings fishy about this.........

Original Poster

M3NDEREZ - Apr 05, 2011 08:23Are people so untrusting that we need to … M3NDEREZ - Apr 05, 2011 08:23Are people so untrusting that we need to post receipts to prove that 6 cans of tuna can be bough for £3? Honestly, what is this site coming to?



Well going from experience sometime ppl look proof!

did you have a tuna mayo bagel?

Original Poster

lol! Bagels weren't for me (also the candle wasn't either!)

Something smells fishy about this deal...

Original Poster

*correction - just checked the tin - they are actually Princes and not John West - but little odds still a good brand!

Poundland 6 for £2

Damn, I just bought some John West for £4 at ASDA yesterday, and it only applied to the brine tins, damn........... Good Spot


rev6

Poundland 6 for £2


It is a true?

One of Britain's best known food companies is selling endangered tuna - despite boasting that it doesn't trade in threatened fish.
Princes, the UK's biggest seller of canned fish, has admitted to using bigeye tuna, a vulnerable species which appears on the international 'red list' of wildlife at risk of extinction.
Princes, which is owned by the Japanese Mitsubishi Corporation, sells more tinned tuna in Britain than any other company with 37 per cent of the market.
Most of their tuna is skipjack, the least threatened type of tuna. However, the company's website reveals it also uses 'a small quantity of bigeye tuna from the Indian Ocean'.
Bigeye is on the Red List of threatened wildlife compiled by the International Union for Conservation of Nature where it is rated 'vulnerable' and 'at high risk of extinction'.

M3NDEREZ

Are people so untrusting that we need to post receipts to prove that 6 … Are people so untrusting that we need to post receipts to prove that 6 cans of tuna can be bough for £3? Honestly, what is this site coming to?



Yep, for some reason people think that deals get made up on here and want proof. Idiotic, I know.

rev6

Poundland 6 for £2



Yes, but the Poundland deal is for 3 x SMALL tins for a pound. The people on that thread didn't seem to understand that the Poundland deal worked out at the equivalent of 77p for a full size tin.... This ASDA deal is 50p for a full size tin, which is a lot cheaper than Poundland.

Have some heat - this is a good price!
Edited by: "qyestionmark" 5th Apr 2011

Just been in today and I hadnt seen this thread & found this offer by mistake

was gonna post it as a deal but i found this thread had already been done

bought 20 packs, and sure enough it's £3 for 2 packs of 3 still .. what a total bargain
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