Princes Tuna Chunks in Brine 4 x 185g £3 at Co-op
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Princes Tuna Chunks in Brine 4 x 185g £3 at Co-op

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Found 1st Feb 2013
Usually £7.99 but down to £3 a pack for this weekend works out 75p a tin which is the same price as the value tuna atm.
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Good Price Thanks OP !
Nice price is this nationwide though?
Very good. No reason to ever pay the full price but 4 packs like this are usually around the £4 mark so this is a nice saving.
I buy this but don't know why I do. Aldi and various poundshop type places always seem to have the same stuff for about 50p a can
MrChop

Nice price is this nationwide though?



Advertised on their site, so almost certainly national. It's the price Tuna should be all the time, but heat added for best price around.
2 for £1 in Poundland !!!
buyli

2 for £1 in Poundland !!!



That's the price it used to be a couple of years ago and IMHO the normal price it still should be.
Can't beat Tuna Cucumber and pickled onion in Wholemeal pitta. Yum Yum
Tuna seems to be one of those products that's "on sale" more often than it's at it's RRP. Guess someone's thinking "if it works for sofas..."
think i will be picking a pack up Saturday when i get my paper. good deal thanks
It's on till Sunday, and is national. However its a once its gone, it's gone deal
Looks a bit fishy to me!
hmmm... tuna in BRINE... that's gotta go colder than the water the tuna swins in...
Really good price thanks.
always buy this from Home Bargains, it's been £2.89 for ages.
Not great if it's not pole and line
But in Lidl they do Nixe Tuna Chunks in brine for about 60p a tin. And they do pole and line for 99p or something.
Edited by: "mccririck" 1st Feb 2013
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same price in Iceland
John West is better but I hate these deals.
bikemna17

same price in Iceland



Used to buy in Iceland but the tins are now smaller.
Edited by: "christhechef" 1st Feb 2013
i will raid it at 8am tomorrow. WATCH ME!!!!!
Hokey12

Can't beat Tuna Cucumber and pickled onion in Wholemeal pitta. Yum Yum

Cucumber sandwich is the best.
That tuna has been the same price in home bargains for years now. Well, tell a lie, it used to be 2.49 up until a few months ago and now it's 2.99.
chuckley

i will raid it at 8am tomorrow. WATCH ME!!!!!



Dec 2015 sell by date on the ones I just got
bikemna17

same price in Iceland



They have sunflower oil as well at Iceland .
Picked up a couple of packs at this price on Thursday (Bradwell)
Someone above mentioned they're on offer a lot... True, but not at this price. Sometimes for £5 or even £6!!
I saw in Tesco few months back they were selling full price for a pack of 4 for more than £7!!!!! Ridiculous!!
poopoohead123

Someone above mentioned they're on offer a lot... True, but not at this … Someone above mentioned they're on offer a lot... True, but not at this price. Sometimes for £5 or even £6!!I saw in Tesco few months back they were selling full price for a pack of 4 for more than £7!!!!! Ridiculous!!



Always on offer at Iceland .not bothered about tesco shop around .
chunks good price poundland is not chunks though
try one of their tuna salads and if you don't like it - they'll refund the purchase price!

princes.co.uk/tun…ee/
poundland.co.uk/pro…ck/

For the price this is almost as good value and they are both Princes tuna chunks
246.6g/£1 vs. 240g/£1
Good price! I got 2 packs at the Stonecot Hill branch in Sutton yesterday. These are 185g packs, they don't appear to sell these anywhere; I think they're downsizing to 170g or even 160g packs! This was a good offer!
Good price but I don't eat Princes or John West Tuna anymore. The Pole and Line Tuna from The Reel Fish company is the nicest.
SCANDAL, CASH AND THE JOYS OF TUNA FISHING

FOR a few glorious years in the Thirties, Scarborough was like Monte Carlo. The harbour was full of superyachts looking like little ocean liners and they carried the surprisingly racy and colourful collection of debs, adventurers, money men and aristocrats that made up the inter-war fast set.



Every day the papers in London wrote breathlessly about their exploits. So why had the beautiful people come to Scarborough? To fish for tuna, naturally.


express.co.uk/pos…ing
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