Sainsbury's Prawns - 1kg of prawns for £1
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Sainsbury's Prawns - 1kg of prawns for £1

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Found 27th Jul 2010Made hot 27th Jul 2010
Prawns in sainsbury's are only 10p for 100g making 1kilo = £1. Not sure if deal is nationwide but the sainburys in Bagshot ahs them at this price. A FANTASTIC OFFER!

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I can see a member of sainsbury`s staff getting a servere reprimand for putting a decimel place in the wrong position !

Not in Torquay! :o(

Original Poster

I can see a member of sainsbury`s staff getting a servere reprimand for … I can see a member of sainsbury`s staff getting a servere reprimand for putting a decimel place in the wrong position !



It was anounced on the microphone!

I presume fresh, loose item.......needs to be sold off quick so store specific.

Original Poster

I still think it's worth alot more heat than it's getting though

I don't like fish, but £1 for 1kg sounds like a good deal, so heat added. Not that i'm ganna buy any mind.
Edited by: "nicster08" 27th Jul 2010

Was this fresh or pre-packed? And what time of day was this? I would seriously doubt this being nationwide, more likely a store got sent too much stock by accident.

Original Poster

Was this fresh or pre-packed? And what time of day was this?



They were fresh, and about mid-day. It must be a good deal as they were selling pre packed prawns for £2 for about 200g!

Nowt in Stafford, no prawns at all on the fresh counter. Maybe ours ended up at your store!

fookin' prawns...

Banned

Wow I like prawns! awesome deal!

priggidy priggidy prawns in mi sainsbos y'all
e-cup norks like basket balls

Would these be related to the gulf of mexicooil spill?
There has to be a very good reason for them to go at this price.
Would OP be able to look at the country of origin and let us know..

blackwheels

Would these be related to the gulf of mexicooil spill?There has to be a … Would these be related to the gulf of mexicooil spill?There has to be a very good reason for them to go at this price. Would OP be able to look at the country of origin and let us know..



Get a grip!

"Excuse me oh Sainsbury's underpaid counter operative, could you possibly tell me why these are being sold off so cheap? I need to report back to HotUK Deals, as there are some on there who suspect that the flesh of these particular crustaceans have well been permeated with light crude oil"

thekanester

fookin' prawns...



LOL.... I'll never look at them the same way again thanks to that film!!:p

Any chance you can put the store name in the title? seeing as this has been confirmed as store specific by other people on this thread, etc.

Heated.

Typical - i needed this deal at the weekend!!

i am the instore sainsbo's MC
prawns on the shop floor for just 100p
rinse before use and cook thoroughly
no need for cooking oil just thank BP

Something fishy about this deal!

earwolfigz

i am the instore sainsbo's MCprawns on the shop floor for just 100prinse … i am the instore sainsbo's MCprawns on the shop floor for just 100prinse before use and cook thoroughlyno need for cooking oil just thank BP



Considering your last post time in this thread, it looks like it took you around 40mins to come up with that........not bad

prawns are NOT fish!!!!

I bet you they will taste muddy....

HankMcSpank

Get a grip! "Excuse me oh Sainsbury's underpaid counter operative, could … Get a grip! "Excuse me oh Sainsbury's underpaid counter operative, could you possibly tell me why these are being sold off so cheap? I need to report back to HotUK Deals, as there are some on there who suspect that the flesh of these particular crustaceans have well been permeated with light crude oil"




Im guessing sarcasm is lost on you!!!

couldnt find this in my local sainsburys

Maybe they are tainted with oil, but they're selling them, which means they're safe to eat. So stop moaning and go but some prawns! You never know the crude might add to the taste.

axum

Considering your last post time in this thread, it looks like it took you … Considering your last post time in this thread, it looks like it took you around 40mins to come up with that........not bad



i checked back in to see how much rep my first post had generated...then realised rep got lost in the 'upgrade'...then i busted a new freestyle off the top of me domepiece to send this thread through the ratings roof...but meh just the usual grumblers

What sizew are these prawns? To be honest the atlantic prepacked prawns sold frozen in most supermarket chains look like woodlice compared to the proper big ones sold in most oriental supermarkets.

wasted journey to my local Sainsburys.
they said they have stopped selling fresh prawns a while ago.

It's probably former fish counter stock. Sainsbury's recently stopped selling previously frozen products from the fish counter, and as a result of this a lot of stores wound up with a backlog of frozen prawns that they're not allowed to sell from the counter. It'll be very store-specific, some stores will have cleared them, others won't. Even the ones that have them aren't necessarily going to be selling them to customers or at this price.

satchef1

It's probably former fish counter stock. Sainsbury's recently stopped … It's probably former fish counter stock. Sainsbury's recently stopped selling previously frozen products from the fish counter, and as a result of this a lot of stores wound up with a backlog of frozen prawns that they're not allowed to sell from the counter. It'll be very store-specific, some stores will have cleared them, others won't. Even the ones that have them aren't necessarily going to be selling them to customers or at this price.



Correct. I happened upon these in sainsburys swansea today, the guy stated they are clearing out any remaining stock as they are no longer selling pre frozen items and will be stocked with only fresh from end of July, he had just put them out, so just under 2 kilos for £1.96 for me, fish pie for tea followed by a prawn mousse for lunch tomorrow, prawn cocktail starter for tea and a prawn curry!

tek-monkey

Was this fresh or pre-packed? And what time of day was this? I would … Was this fresh or pre-packed? And what time of day was this? I would seriously doubt this being nationwide, more likely a store got sent too much stock by accident.



even if a store did get sent alot, frozen food lasts years

Probably got them from the same area's in which the oyster's had herpes. lol
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