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Sainsbury's TOP DEALS from Wednesday 13th October
Sainsbury's TOP DEALS from Wednesday 13th October

Sainsbury's TOP DEALS from Wednesday 13th October

Sainsbury's Vine Ripened Tomatoes 250g £1.99 BOGOF
Pepsi/ Max/ Diet 2Litre £1each
Gillette Venus Razor £2.38

MIX & MATCH 3 FOR £10 - or £4each
Sainsbury's Beef Mince 796g
Sainsbury's Mild smoked Salmon 180g
Sainsbury's Chicken Fillets 500g
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BOGOF MIX 'n' MATCH
Sainsbury's extra trimmed leeks 500g £1.99
Sainsbury's Asparagus spears 350g £2.99
Sainsbury's British Parsnips 500g £1
Sainsbury's British Brussels Sprouts 500g £1.29
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The laughing cow cheese/ light triangles 280g £1 each
Lurpak spreadable/ lighter 500g £2.80/ 2FOR£4
Cravendale whole/ semi-skimmed milk 2Litre £1.68/ 2FOR£3
Muller Rice Raspberry & Apple/ Strawberry & original/ toffee & vanilla 6x190g £2
Heinz classic soup range 400g 82p/ 6FOR£3
Tilda steamed pure basmati rice 250g £1
Innocent mexican sweet potato chilli 390g/ Indian daal curry 380g/ Thai coconut curry 390g £3.48 BOGOF
Sainsbury's Pork cocktail sausages x55 550g(£2.49)/ Mini Sausage rolls x32 496g(2.39) 2FOR£4
Valley foods skinless chicken fillets 750g £2.99
Sainsbury's Taste the Difference Aberdeen Angus quarter pounder burgers x4 454g £2.99/ 2FOR£5

Birds Eye bake to perfection succulent chicken fillets with garlic & herb/ delicious chasseur sauce x2 £3each
Young's omega 3 fish fingers x20 £1.99
Lucozade sparkling glucose drink original/ orange 1litre £1each
Original Source lime shower gel 250ml £1.98 BOGOF
Fairy all in one dishwasher tablets lemon x42 £4.99
Plenty seasonal kitchen towels x2 £1.09
Aquafresh extra care mouthwash tingling mint 500ml £1.48

MIX 'n' MATCH - 3 FOR £10
San Miguel 4x330ml £4.02
Grolsh 4x275ml £3.54
Strongbow 4x440ml £3.94
Stella Artois 4x440ml £4.50
Foster's 4x440ml £3.89
*****

Sainsbury's Halloween Masks £1.99each
Sainsbury's Halloween pumpkin £1.50
Sainsbury's Halloween pumpkin carver kit 99p
Sainsbury's Halloween child's witch hat £1.99
Mr Kipling wickedly good devil slices x6/ French fancies orange x8 £1each
Cadbury trick or treat mini rolls x6/ Scary orange cake bars/ Cinder toffee cake bars x5 £1each
McVities jaffa cakes lemon & slime bars x5/ spooky mini rolls x6 £1each
Sainsbury's Halloween glow in the dark fangs 10p
Sainsbury's Halloween light stick bracelets x3 99p

***PLUS Triple Nectar Points Saturday 16th & Sunday 17th October***

25 Comments

A couple good deals!

Thanks for the effort!

HOT!

I have to say i strayed into Sainsbury's the other morning early doors after nights as my local Morrisons was not open yet and i thought it was diabolical in terms of range, value and offers! Personally i am a tesco's man but my nearest one is 15miles away! Not voting your deal cold, just felt the need to rant and rave at 8am!
Edited by: "Bargaintastic30" 12th Oct 2010

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also

sizzlerz minted lamb qtr pounders (2 per pack) - normally £2 per pack - now £1.50 for 2 packs!

Bargaintastic30

I have to say i strayed into Sainsbury's the other morning early doors … I have to say i strayed into Sainsbury's the other morning early doors after nights as my local Morrisons was not open yet and i thought it was diabolical in terms of range, value and offers! Personally i am a tesco's man but my nearest one is 15miles away! Not voting your deal cold, just felt the need to rant and rave at 8am!



True you're probably find a better selection of deals at Tesco, Asda and Morrisons, although you can pick up a few decent bits and pieces if your near a large Sainsburys and you pick your timing right..

Have some heat OP.

Sainsburys quality is far better than Asda, Morrisons and Tesco on most items, although you do pay more, there are bargains to be had.
Cheers nicster08 - heat added

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some nice deals in there!
Heat added

Heat added

Thanks for the heads up.

Have some heat for the effort you have gone to,but tbh there are better deals/offers in other supermarkets.I guess its how handy stores are for you to get to.
We have an Asda 5 minutes away and Morrisons about 8 minutes away,Tesco 20 minutes away and Sainsburys 15 minutes away

Sainsbury's is good quality and you can sometimes find good deals on food.

Sainsburys picking up the Innocent mantle, where Tescos left off..

Thanks for listing the sainsburys offers as usual.....went in today and could see them starting to put up the deals !!......(_;)

'THANKYOU' for giving us the heads up on the deals x

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do what I do and use all of the top 4 supermarkets on a rotating weekly basis and only EVER buy the hot deals. Saves me an absolute fortune and also £10 off most shops as just pretend I'm a new member all the time lol

csiman

do what I do and use all of the top 4 supermarkets on a rotating weekly … do what I do and use all of the top 4 supermarkets on a rotating weekly basis and only EVER buy the hot deals. Saves me an absolute fortune and also £10 off most shops as just pretend I'm a new member all the time lol



You're fortunate (or maybe not) to live near all 4

HesFamily4

Sainsburys quality is far better than Asda, Morrisons and Tesco on most … Sainsburys quality is far better than Asda, Morrisons and Tesco on most items, although you do pay more, there are bargains to be had.Cheers nicster08 - heat added



I would have agreed with you a couple of years ago. Unfortunately they have lowered the prices of some of the ranges and the quality has become dire. E.G. I used to love their Indian food but it has really gone down hill. For quality now you have to go to Marks and Spencer but even they are starting to go downhill too.

Derriere

I would have agreed with you a couple of years ago. Unfortunately they … I would have agreed with you a couple of years ago. Unfortunately they have lowered the prices of some of the ranges and the quality has become dire. E.G. I used to love their Indian food but it has really gone down hill. For quality now you have to go to Marks and Spencer but even they are starting to go downhill too.



Agree with you about the Indian food range. I love the M&S 'dine in for £10'!

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mekon

You're fortunate (or maybe not) to live near all 4


I dont live near any supermarket (I live on a beach!) - I get all my food delivered and its cheaper than going to a store as I always use one of the £10 off vouchers that are on hukd so after delivery charge, I still pay £6 less than people who go to the store
Edited by: "csiman" 13th Oct 2010

csiman

I dont live near any supermarket (I live on a beach!) - I get all my food … I dont live near any supermarket (I live on a beach!) - I get all my food delivered and its cheaper than going to a store as I always use one of the £10 off vouchers that are on hukd so after delivery charge, I still pay £6 less than people who go to the store



Aren't the £10 off vouchers for new customers??

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JamesSmith

Aren't the £10 off vouchers for new customers??


well yes but it only takes 1 minute to register as a new customer with a new email address (doesnt even ned to be a valid email address). Some guy on here the other day saying he had a years worth of twice weekly orders from tesco using a £10 off code - you'd think the delivery drivers would recognise the guy at the door lol).

I only use each code every 4 weeks for each supermarket so its a winner for me

Just got £62 of sainsburys BOGOFS delivered for £24

you need a big garage and freezer to store it all though lol

I must admit I'm amazed at the number of people on forums who admit to finding something like £10 off which may be for say a new customer and then abusing the priviledge.

On another forum the other day someone was talking about getting something from Argos and using it for a few days and then talking it back for a refund.


It just proves once again that many Brits have no conscience or sense of right and wrong anymore.
If they saw someone dying in the street they'd probably pinch their wallet and think they were fair game as they couldn't fight back.








Edited by: "halfpenny" 13th Oct 2010

Sainsbury's Asparagus spears 350g is £2.99 and not £1.99

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JamesSmith

"it's a winner for me... "A typical, selfish attitude that is commonplace … "it's a winner for me... "A typical, selfish attitude that is commonplace these days.It's cheats like you who put up the prices for decent people, people who are not self centred, people who retain some integrity...There is nothing amusing or clever about sponging off the rest of society. What you are doing is dishonest, and it's morally repugnant. But I'm sure none of this is a concern to you...


PATHETIC! LMAO at you thinking abusing a £10 off voucher at tescos is sponging off society (latest results was about a £13,000,000,000 profit lol)

Paid more tax then you'll ever pay!

LOLZER!

http://i280.photobucket.com/albums/kk173/csiman2/vybgbr.gif

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halfpenny

I must admit I'm amazed at the number of people on forums who admit to … I must admit I'm amazed at the number of people on forums who admit to finding something like £10 off which may be for say a new customer and then abusing the priviledge.On another forum the other day someone was talking about getting something from Argos and using it for a few days and then talking it back for a refund.It just proves once again that many Brits have no conscience or sense of right and wrong anymore.If they saw someone dying in the street they'd probably pinch their wallet and think they were fair game as they couldn't fight back.


I'd give you a good kick in as well as nicking your wallet
Edited by: "csiman" 14th Oct 2010

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JamesSmith

Here here.


Its HEAR HEAR by the way! I blame the parents
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