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Richmond Thick Irish Recipe Frozen Sausages (16) £1.50 @ Morrisons (Instore)
Richmond Thick Irish Recipe Frozen Sausages  (16) £1.50 @ Morrisons (Instore)

Richmond Thick Irish Recipe Frozen Sausages (16) £1.50 @ Morrisons (Instore)

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Seen these just now when I was in. Normal shelf edge ticket. So nationwide.

Some have extra free on them.

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They taste that nice might cat will not even eat them :-D

I Like A Thick Sausage!!

they are always this price !!! been this price for over a year at sainsburys

RudiBryson;6155209

they are always this price !!! been this price for over a year at … they are always this price !!! been this price for over a year at sainsburys



+1...dot really see the deal here.....and your cat may not like them but they are my fave type :?

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RudiBryson;6155209

they are always this price !!! been this price for over a year at … they are always this price !!! been this price for over a year at sainsburys



They are normally £2.19 in Morrisons, so know its a deal because they are reduced. (ps. nice to see you keep an eye on certain product prices. ;-))

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RudiBryson;6155209

they are always this price !!! been this price for over a year at … they are always this price !!! been this price for over a year at sainsburys




These are usually over £2.00 at sainsburys.

they are very nice actually

dontdothatagain;6155316

They are normally £2.19 in Morrisons, so know its a deal because they are … They are normally £2.19 in Morrisons, so know its a deal because they are reduced. (ps. nice to see you keep an eye on certain product prices. ;-))



an eye on certain products ?

how did you know they was £1.50 ?

is it because you keep an eye on them ?

i guess not , i guess its because you have just bought some like myself ?

they were actually 2 packs for £3 .

RudiBryson;6155775

an eye on certain products ?how did you know they was £1.50 ?is it … an eye on certain products ?how did you know they was £1.50 ?is it because you keep an eye on them ?i guess not , i guess its because you have just bought some like myself ?they were actually 2 packs for £3 .



2 packs for £3 is not the same as 1 pack for £1.50.

Some people don't want to buy 2 packs. Would also find it surprising if Sainsbury had an offer on for more than a year.

2 packs for £3 is not the same as 1 pack for £1.50.

Some people don't want to buy 2 packs. Would also find it surprising if Sainsbury had an offer on for more than a year.


some on here take things far too seriously , crap deal , end of

Not a bad price and quite tasty I think :roll:

RudiBryson;6155891

2 packs for £3 is not the same as 1 pack for £1.50.Some people don't want … 2 packs for £3 is not the same as 1 pack for £1.50.Some people don't want to buy 2 packs. Would also find it surprising if Sainsbury had an offer on for more than a year.some on here take things far too seriously , crap deal , end of




You should go to somerfield, these are about £2 for 8 thin ones :w00t:

there was a offer on these, it was bogof, at about £1.75 i think, so this is a good deal :thumbsup:

they do taste good......
but I dread to think whats blended up in the meatlike paste they're made with.

Has anyone seen how much pork is in these, yuck.
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