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Sainsbury's Deals & Offers

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With a supermarket on almost every high street, Sainsbury’s is one of the UK’s most iconic retail brands and the firm also has a huge online store. Sainsbury’s regularly offers big savings on its product range and the latest deals can be found at their hotukdeals pages. Read more

All Sainsbury's Deals, Discounts & Sales for January 2019

Breville Blend Active Colourmix Family Blender - £19.50 instore @ Sainsbury’s
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Blend Active ColourMix Family Perfect for all the family, this Blend Active personal blender is a quick and easy way to add tasty, healthy ingredients into your busy lifestyle. Mak… Read more
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bartek046

I had this one couple of years ago but it wasn't really what I expected. Then I got a 1000W Nutri Ninja for £45 and I was and still is much better option. But that's just my opinion. I didn't like the cup being a bit too narrow so pieces of apples for example were stuck instead of being smashed instantly.

Loveabargain21

Hiya, I got this from the Newbury Park Sainsbury’s. There were 4 left on the shelf. I hope you find one!

Mrs_SP

Hi..what store did you find this in? Thanks

Bigjohn69

Liked what you did there, very smooth!

Star Wars Rey Lego brickhead - £3 instore @ Sainsbury's
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£3 reduced in Dartmouth Sainsbury’s
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ijw0161

What a nice place Dartmouth is. Highly recommended for holidays and Brickheadz

elliotminec123

(lol) (lol) I actually meant to put £2

malm

Bought mine for £2.50, was obviously ripped off.

elliotminec123

They weren’t scanning at my local Asda so I got sold one for £1!

Traveller

My Sainsbury’s sucks balls for any Lego or toys. Great deal if you can find one.

Water wipes 9x 60 wipes + Triple nectar points £16 @ Sainsbury's
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Just saw this offer online £16 for a box of 9 packs + triple nectar points Also if your a new customer you get £18 off a £60 shop
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codnan

I agree that these are a ripoff ,but a lot of baby wipes contain certain alcohol sugars which mean they can't be used by diabetics (for cleaning hands before blood tests ) . This is a good price but it's stupid that they charge so much for them in the first place

trivium

https://groceries.morrisons.com/webshop/product/Johnsons-Extra-Sensitive-Baby-Wipes-12-Pack/320191011?gclid=CjwKCAiA1ZDiBRAXEiwAIWyNC78rurOf3TXXRAryG1svxgf6cHnpEC8-VqmLOFYtceOb3YDK1mo19RoCMU8QAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds

Sharp 32” Full HD Smart TV - £179 @ Sainsbury's Rugby
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I’ve been looking around for a full HD 32 inch tv, stumbled across this in Sainsbury’s Rugby (may well be national?). I’ve struggled to find many options for a 1080p 32” smart tv… Read more
MisterNippy

Its a VESTEL, VESTEL make SHARP washing machines as well.

mac9091

Bought this from Curry's in November for the same price. Good TV and great sound from the speakers. Only thing to note: Don't turn the TV off with the sound up loud (or above 15) if the next time you'll turn it on is in the morning as it takes ages before you can turn the sound down.

sheffield788

Good price for a 32 inch full hd smart and is not a Vestel as far as I am aware. Voted hot!

Sunrayho

A good price. I paid this for the HD Ready version a few weeks ago - which I am really pleased with.

Sainsbury’s home reflections toaster £12.50 instore
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Two slot toaster. Good price for what it is. Have had for 6 months and no issues.
ChloNatalie

Looks like a delonghi at a bargain price😄

steve.wilkins

Just picked this up in London, sadly though the price was the same as online. not £12.50 :(

lauparry

Really good toaster (perfect size slice holes, even for bagels etc) at a bargain price

mysmugcat

Can I see my face in it? :)

Planter1

£25

Sainsbury’s home reflections kettle £12.50 instore
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Sainsbury’s home reflections kettle. Good price for what it is. I’ve had one for 6 months with no issues.
Sonofclara

Not having much luck with kettles,bought this one a few months back as a replacement for another Sainsbury's brand kettle that had started leaking from the fill level indicator This one has also started leaking from the seam around the base having found it one morning in a pool of water (and I am in no way 'heavy handed (strong) ) The other consideration is the maximum fill is 1.5L compared to a 'normal' 1.7L Might just be my bad luck and I'm now using their bargain basics kettle Does look good though and heat for price (y)

D0wnl04d3r

Must be store specific. Was £18.75 on shelf in Wrexham but then scanning at £25 at the till 😔

clashpie

Looks like a Dalek!

pickme

Mmm I could do with a new kettle. Might toddle off to Sainsburys in a bit and see if there's any there .thanks

Sainsbury’s - 10 pack Gordon’s pink gin & tonic £10
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Gordon’s gin mixed Schweppes tonic also at asda I think
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hearts

Aye by fekk they play havoc wae the erse they do. :p

akhowells

So where is

Swarfega

My missus is into these at the minute. Make her fart though :(

dazruk

Not the cheapest

sabreliner

On a recommendation I tried Gin with Schweppes ginger ale. Really nice if you’re ever to tempted to try it.

Tv Panasonic TX-32E302B 720p HD Ready 32-Inch LED TV with Freeview - £159 instore @ Sainsbury's
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HD Ready LED Screen, Resolution: 1366 x 768 - Great picture quality Freeview HD - Enjoy 70 free channels including 15 in HD Easy & Multi Connectivity 2 x HDMI 1.4 / 1 x USB 2… Read more
apjashley1

720p at 32" would be painful to watch

MisterNippy

Either way, people must be dumb, anything electrical that says MADE IN TURKEY on it is VESTEL, the brand licence holders are then the fools.

TheUrbis

Vestel don't pay licenses to use the brand, the brands use Vestel to manufacture their low-end sets as it's cheaper than doing it themselves.

aurora

This must be national as I saw one in Newcastle under Lyme yesterday. They also had a small 24" Panasonic (Vestel again) for £99. It is a bit annoying when quality brands like Toshiba and Panasonic rebadge other cheaper brands - it's not that this won't be a value for money telly, it's just a bit disingenuous. If you look on Wiki, it lists all the Vestel brands - Hitachi, Goodman's etc. As other posters have noted, the Made in Turkey is the giveaway.

littlejimmy

wheres that dude who says 'buy 4k'? or has he fainted after seeing it's 720p

Baron De Las Vinas Rioja wine in gift set was £12 now £5.50 instore @ Sainsbury's
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The above wine is reduced to £5.50 from £12 in Sainsbury’s. It comes in gold gift box.
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jules_may

Great spot OP her indoors bought some full bat at Xmas that hasn’t been opened wasn’t best pleased when I informed her about of the 54% price drop went and bought 4 earlier - wasn’t marked up as discounted - hmmm the lady who checked all of a sudden took a great interest in it hope it’s good - will sample later

HUKDude

Buy several to enjoy in Feb (highfive)

yespleasesir

It’s dry January damn you!! 😩

daveateallyourbees

Nice!!

amazoncrazy

great price hot from me :)

Roku express stick £25 in-store at Sainsbury's
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Roku express stick
neilydee

£30 in store at sainsburys Craigleith Edinburgh. Checked at the desk.

Rickardo

But it could be argued this has now been manufactured, so damage done already.

MichaelLi

May as well get the plus version for UHD, been as low as £50 to £60. Better for the environment in terms of discarded electronics. (nerd)

joehart2

This is a good question! Anyone know?

DELF1

The Express is not a stick that label is mis-leading

12 pack of Highland Spring 500ml water @Sainsbury's in store and online £2.00
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12 pack of Highland Spring water. Reduced from £3.00 to £2.00. I know tap water is cheaper, but down where we are, the water is pretty heavy...and there's no B&M locally so th… Read more
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gardner1

So buy a water filter jug

AnotherSobriquet

I can understand both sides on this ‘discussion’ ...... however, I have colon cancer and have to buy bottled water at times...... I live in a very old house with lead pipes and have been told it’s ok to use the water for cooking, ie boiling vegetables etc,but not to drink from the tap. I carry a reusable bottle with me when out but there’s not always water available to fill it so I have to buy bottled water.

itchyone

You hit the nail right on the head with your first sentence. "Choice". We're free to choose if we buy bottled water. Why not leave people alone to decide if they want to buy it - whilst doing whatever you want to do? Despite your opposition, bottles of water will continue to be sold all over the world, every single day. Just like bottles of sauce, the list goes on and on. Me personally, I buy it occasionally. I personally find tap water is inferior in taste compared to bottled water, but that's just me and my taste buds. And no, I'm not going to buy water filters. I'll just buy bottled water when needed. And when I'm done, I'll put the bottle in the recycling bin. Plastic isn't going anywhere soon, not in your or my lifetime. What's important is ensuring when it's used, it is recycled properly. That's where individuals and also government need to do their part and ensure that recycling we put in household waste streams is actually recycled and not just shipped off to China.

nadnerb

It's about making the best available choice though isn't it. If buying soup from a dispenser in Sainsbury's was possible, then yeah, probably worth doing your bit to help. Since fresh clean water is dispensed from multiple taps in your home/office/school/shops/everywhere it makes buying single servings of water in single use plastic bottles not the best choice (even if you do recycle them afterwards). I understand why they exist - convenience when you're out, forgotten to take your own bottle etc. But buying single serving, single use plastic bottles of water in bulk beforehand (as per this deal) is definitely not the right choice. It has an element of planning ahead so why not plan ahead and take a refillable bottle of water with you every day?

woodbino

If you have a genuine need to use bottled water, go ahead. But for the vast majority of us it is a complete waste of money and natural resources. No tap water in the UK is bad for your health. Even in the hardest water areas it's perfectly safe. As for the taste, there is very little difference in taste between any water. Bottling water is also quite a wasteful way of utilising the world's drinking water, which is in very short supply in some parts of the world. Its very hard to justify the sale of bottled spring water in the developed world. I don't think anyone is trying to be high and mighty here. We are all free to make our own choices. There is also nothing wrong with people sharing information to help others make the most informed decisions.

Home Heart Mugs x4 @ Sainsbury's Was £8, Now £3.20
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Made from fine china, this set of four mugs have a heart design. 4 x mugs Suitable for dishwasher and microwave
mysmugcat

So cute, ty

katherine24

Ooh they look lovely hope you get have them at my local x

NP23

You're most welcome fagindeals. That's such a sweet idea. Your kids are lucky! Hope you manage to find some :)

fagindeals

If filled them with some red foil heart chocolates or heart marshmallows and wrap in cellophane would make nice gifts. I always get some little valentines gifts for the kids - these would be perfect. I put them with the post as if someone else has got them (they are teenagers now so see straight through it these days). Heat added though hopefully can find them in my local. Thanks (y)

NP23

They definitely would! Thanks shoomoo :)

Sainsburys Blu Ray 2 for £25
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Sainsbury's have 2 Blu Ray for £25. Choose from various films inc Antman & The Wasp, Avengers Infinity War and Oceans 8 to name a few.
DCFC79

Ok I've got my coat as it could get cold in here. Should have said the offer is also available in store.

Super Mario question block money box - was £8 now £2.50 instore @ Sainsbury's
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Brand new, reduced to clear at Sainsbury’s. Should be nationwide as part of their Christmas gifts clearance. Made by Paladone
ding

as long as i dont have to open it with my head

Michael_Nairn

I love Mario brothers stuff so I got one of these for my son. It was broken. Cheap rubbish. Better to keep your money.

herrbz

Haha yeah I figured, got the light box myself

NotMarki

Ooooh I thought it was the push light.. My bad lol.. Still heat though (lol) To be fair if its like the push light that made a coin noise, this might be battery powered too.. In which case my point would still stand as the board would be pretty similar :D

herrbz

Battery powered money box?

Metcalfes family size popcorn scanning at 20p in Sainsbury’s
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Metcalfe’s family size (115g) popcorn scanning at 20p in Sainsbury’s. Please note that it is the Disney bags only and in the sweet variety (I tried the others). Found in Crayford. … Read more
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neil.lewin

Even cheaper if you get her these then stick Tele on!

priya.bridge

Thank you...will have a look when i go there tomo

tommybuges

I bought 5 bags. There were some left. Bottom shelf at the back

priya.bridge

thank you op... was there many left in the Crayford branch? thank you

smurfette6777

Fab find, love this! 🔥🔥

Upper Crust Bakehouse Chicken & Asparagus Pie 680g, Now £2 @ Sainsbury's
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Only £2.00: Save £1.50 In store / online. Item code: 7821882 A deliciously deep filled pie with succulent chicken and tender asparagus in a creamy sauce. Great for sharing Fresh b… Read more
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scunny

HOT and I'm a veggie! Won't be trying it obviously but if I was a meat eater I'd be straight out to buy one.

5 Litre Heineken Keg  £10 - 25% off - now only £2.00 per Litre Nationwide!
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Sainsburys seem to have slashed their 5 Litre Heineken Kegs down to £10. Saw plenty of stock at my local and same price online so hopefully nationwide Grab 'em while you can!
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porky232

Had it on draught once, never again vile stuff.

Lakeside

Thanks, nice to know it isn't just me

judavid89

These don't fit down my bin shoot :S

davewave

Isn't it recyclable?

olifb40

Basically 2 pound for 1 litre of froth and 8 pound for 4 litre flat beer then you are left with the keg to get rid of

W.K. Kellogg Supergrains granola cranberry 570g (was £3.75) instore @ Sainsbury's
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Granola cereal found in Southampton Shirley. Clearance stock I presume. Not sure if nationwide.
brohood

Not that great tasting imo. But everyone has different tastes

sussie0509

Is it short date

freezin

Yes

omair

Was it just this particular flavour/variety on clearance?

sjs31

Could be national - I got one from the Upton (Wirral) store :)