Princes Tuna Chunks in Brine 4 x 160g £3 @ Lidl
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Princes Tuna Chunks in Brine 4 x 160g £3 @ Lidl

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Found 18th Nov 2013
Princes Tuna Chunks in Brine 4 x 160g.

25% off - was £4.

26 Comments

I've just paid £4 at Morrisons for these. Damn.

I've just paid £4 for these in Sainsburys. Damn

Original Poster

HunterGatherer

I've just paid £4 at Morrisons for these. Damn.


beatrixkiddo79

I've just paid £4 for these in Sainsburys. Damn


I'll give you £3 for them!
Edited by: "BulldogNo1" 18th Nov 2013

fishy muck

Are these cans getting smaller? I thought a normal tuna can was 185g.

Original Poster

Roger_Irrelevant

Are these cans getting smaller? I thought a normal tuna can was 185g.



Yes, just another way of putting the prices up.
They were 185g but been 160g for some time now.

Noticed in asda the other week 'sandwich tuna' same make but cheaper anyone tried this?

Hot deal i also paid 3.99 for this in asda

Nice deal

Geemac

Princes Tuna 3x160g pack for £2 @ … Princes Tuna 3x160g pack for £2 @ ASDAhttp://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/princes-tuna-3x160g-pack-for-2-asda-1713394#comments


Not the same product.

Geemac

Princes Tuna 3x160g pack for £2 @ … Princes Tuna 3x160g pack for £2 @ ASDAhttp://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/princes-tuna-3x160g-pack-for-2-asda-1713394#comments

not the same quality.

Anyone remember not too long ago when 50p per tin was regarded as a good deal?

beatrixkiddo79

I've just paid £4 for these in Sainsburys. Damn


HunterGatherer

I've just paid £4 at Morrisons for these. Damn.



If you've not opened them, take them back... Or buy them from Lidl, take them back to the ripoffsmarket for refund.

These have been 3 x 4 pack for £10 in Farmfoods for ages.

Cheaper to buy Lidl's own and there tins have more in 130g rather than the 112g of princes.
69p for Lidl tuna and 75p for the princes.
Oh and compare the tuna the Lidl one is far better.

Banned

bought 3 for £2 in my local asda ? if its nationwide ? same make they where not in brine though

casson

Cheaper to buy Lidl's own and there tins have more in 130g rather than … Cheaper to buy Lidl's own and there tins have more in 130g rather than the 112g of princes. 69p for Lidl tuna and 75p for the princes. Oh and compare the tuna the Lidl one is far better.



princes is crap tuna, no better than asdas own, john west is all we buy now again not the best but got 4 tins for £3 last week

ando

princes is crap tuna, no better than asdas own, john west is all we buy … princes is crap tuna, no better than asdas own, john west is all we buy now again not the best but got 4 tins for £3 last week


I agree princess is crap, yes John West is the best but try the stuff from Lidl.
I think you will be surprised.

Banned

Got to love how the HUKD massive think that tuna fish swim about the ocean battling it out to get in to a tin of John West, then the lesser plebs have to get stuck in a princess tin. I wonder how they work it out.

Doh the S**T from the bottom of the pot goes into princes.
Look at all the stuff they brand tomatoes that taste like water and orange juice that has been pasteurised within an inch of its life
I suppose it all boils down to taste, if you know what's good or if you don't...!!!!!!!!! Obviously if your really a Pleb you will eat any old s**t.
I wouldn't give princes to my neighbours cat.

quakerphil

Not the same product.



quakerphil

not the same quality.




My bad

Princess tuna eh. Swimming around the ocean wearing some sort of crown I imagine.

Gotta laugh......all this talk of quality of the tuna (this stuff has been cooked a couple times during processing, probably losing a good part of its healthy omega 3 fatty oils along the way) - and the taste you talk of is primarily salt (brine)

Quality only comes from buying the real thing, i.e. fresh, (which has got to be the easiest thing to cook), or by spending more on the gourmet stuff, like Albacore, which isn't usually cooked to death of its nutrients and chucked in brine

It's the hotdog of fish products - hardly worth a debate

Both Poundstretcher and Home Bargains have been doing the same deal recently

Why is it so expensive these days?

I eat asda or tesco value tuna never had a problem with it, it's all the same fish, there isn't a special asda pond or anything.
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