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Pukka Pies (All Varieties) £1 @ Morrisons
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Pukka Pies (All Varieties) £1 @ Morrisons

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Posted 19th Feb

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These Pukka Pies are back on offer from today at Morrisons The link takes you to each variant of pie included in the offer. Offer price £1 when you order by the 1st March.

The pies on offer include:
  • All Steak
  • Chicken & Mushroom
  • Chicken & Gravy
  • Steak & Kidney
  • Minced Beef & Onion
  • Leek & Potato (Vegetarian)
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Pukka deal
My local Morrisons had them at £1 for several months last year.
Every Supermarket has them at £1 for the majority of the year. They spend more time at £1 than at the RRP.
Has anybody tried them, how do they taste?
allowed19/02/2020 12:29

Has anybody tried them, how do they taste?


They're probably my favourite pies (aside from ultra expensive ones). Most puff pastry pies don't have enough filling but these have a good amount of gravy and chunks of meat instead of the occasional sliver of meat you get in lots of regular pies.
abigsmurf19/02/2020 14:02

They're probably my favourite pies (aside from ultra expensive ones). Most …They're probably my favourite pies (aside from ultra expensive ones). Most puff pastry pies don't have enough filling but these have a good amount of gravy and chunks of meat instead of the occasional sliver of meat you get in lots of regular pies.



My family must be the unlucky ones then as whenever we’ve tried them we’ve all agreed that there’s hardly any meat in any of them!
Edited by: "BrummyGeeza" 19th Feb
abigsmurf19/02/2020 14:02

They're probably my favourite pies (aside from ultra expensive ones). Most …They're probably my favourite pies (aside from ultra expensive ones). Most puff pastry pies don't have enough filling but these have a good amount of gravy and chunks of meat instead of the occasional sliver of meat you get in lots of regular pies.


Definitely improved recently
Pukka tucker
I got one last week as they were 57p, very poor filling, I'll stick to the one from my butchers, £1.70 but plenty of meat..
Where the hell have the Balti ones gone? They are the best!! But not seen them anyway for about a year
They are a good pie for £1.
Not enough filling IMHO.
Gash pies
allowed19/02/2020 12:29

Has anybody tried them, how do they taste?


So much better than the gravy pies called Fray bentos, and you don't spend 10 minutes getting the overrated stodge out of the tin!

On the minus side, shelf life is better on fray bentos, but then it doesn't matter because no-one will eat your bentos pies anyway.

Rant over, buy pukka, they're better.
Thank you
mfnick19/02/2020 18:58

Where the hell have the Balti ones gone? They are the best!! But not seen …Where the hell have the Balti ones gone? They are the best!! But not seen them anyway for about a year



Exclusive to Football grounds and Chip shops apparently. Who thought that was a good idea?
mmm love a pukka. not a vegetarian but the potato & leek was rather nice
This deal is like saying you can get 6 Muller yogurts for £2.
80% of the time these pies must be a quid.
Might post two pepsi for £3 for some heat 😁
Having previously never parted with £1.75 for an individually wrapped pie I do not feel equipped to vote on this deal
You meant to say Puke Pies...
nirvanerd19/02/2020 20:22

Gash pies



Blimey, that's made me reconsider my decision to go meat free.
Edited by: "Gordinho" 20th Feb
Poor quality pies, many have MSG, and they have seriously gone downhill from what they used to be. At £1 not good value. Supermarket's own are much better.
mfnick19/02/2020 18:58

Where the hell have the Balti ones gone? They are the best!! But not seen …Where the hell have the Balti ones gone? They are the best!! But not seen them anyway for about a year


Cafes and chip shops only now I'm afraid.
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