Offer begins tomorrow.
From what I can gather this is the 2011 as a best guess. Perrin et Fils, Châteauneuf-du-Pape Les Sinards 2011, France There is 70% Grenache in this blend that comes from young vines of the Château de Beaucastel estate and from Perrin family vineyards. 14.5% alcohol. Aged in large oak foudres, it has a big, meaty and slightly antiseptic nose, the hints of something Bretty and Elastoplast-like in the background. The palate bursts with creamy and ripe fruit, plenty of berries, a gamy and earthy edge, and relatively soft tannins into a juicy, but slightly lean finish. A niggling doubt over that Bretty character marks this down a little, though it does drink well in an open and fairly straightforward style. 87/100. £22.00, Sainsbury’s Fine Wine range, in 230 stores. -- It is reviewed as a £22 bottle of wine which is the "before" price. and the label on the website matches the reviewed wine. goo.gl/images/r6hsui
Wotwine? doesn't think much of the 2014, valuing it only at £8 rather than the RRP of £19.99.
great find! heat added.
It's only unlawful to discount Stage 1 milk (below 6 months age range), this is 6m+ follow on milk so is fine to be discounted. I'm breastfeeding our 3 month old but these bottles (stage 1 for her at the moment) are very handy if you're out and about in places where it wouldn't be comfortable to whip a boob out!
Last time i posted a deal on these a breast feeding crusader put in a complaint and waitrose put the price back up as its against the rules to discount them. So on that note great deal but get them quick before some bad egg ruins it for everyone.
Not in Bretton Peterborough today :( scanned at £3.30! Bargain if you can find them! (unicorn)
More than likely it’ll be because Sainsburys aren’t stocking this item anymore. They do this all the time in my local one - almost daily I can go in and find something for 20p! Dove Bodywash was £0.20 from about £2.15 the other week for example... they’re just making space for new lines to replace the lines which don’t sell too well I would assume?
Forgot to add that best before is next year so probably change of packaging/bottle size hence reduction in price.
Mmmm jegey meisty
Bern 10 quid for 2 months.
Already posted and same price online https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/jagermeister-spice-10-sainsburys-2925130
Aye, it's pretty decent stuff.
Then you'll probably like this
Gin..... I'd rather drink screenwash
My wife is a fan. As well of Hendricks and Edinburgh Gin (y) You serve Caorunn with a slice of apple so counts towards your 5-a-day (strong)
1p per gram is the price point I aim for to class it as a great deal
£2 for the bigger bottles in Morrisons..cold....unlike the sauce itself.
Yes a complete shop will be more expensive at Ocado. I tend to use them mainly for ready meals and stuff on offer.
I have the same opinion about Sainsbury's to be honest. Maybe there prices will change now they have joined forces with asda
Ocado/Waitrose are double price for everything else. If you compare prices ,one item may be cheaper but everything else may be double price. They are only for people who have money no object which is totally opposite of this website. Every time I have shopped at Waitrose , I have regretted when comparing prices.
Derby Osy park
There was plenty of stock in Stirling on Sunday. I still think they are overpriced though.
Fareham and Farlington, so frustrating 1 week tons of stock next week don’t even sell it.
Where can you get the main starter pack cheap from?
Was the same price in Morrisons yesterday. Don't know if it is still the same price now. Anyway, heat from me.
Well worth, actually tastes like sugar and no weird aftertaste
Any 13.3" ones?
They had this on clearance a couple of years ago too (!) - fits the XPS 13 nicely!
Oh dont remind me. I'm still married to some woman after I replied to her request on here. Thing is, I never did got a reply from Sainsbury's, and I feel used and dirty. I still cry in the shower at night.
I can't tell if this is a joke.. :/
Oh you didn't know? Sainbury's were holding a freebie giveaway event where by if you got married in your local Sainbury's carpark they would provide you with Sainsbury's own brand dresses, suits and a lovely selection of biscuits for free. They also covered the cost for all the legal documentation and Barry from the fresh fruit and vegetables section would officiate the wedding. To top it all off you also received a free £10 off voucher to use in store for every month that you remained in wedlock. The only catch was that you had to sign a contract allowing Sainbury's to use your wedding photos and your likeness in all future wedding promotional campaigns. The deal was originally posted to Hotukdeals by the user "Millarcat" and it set a new Hotukdeals record by making it to the hot page in exactly 3.14 seconds. The deals comment section was riddled with users begging others to marry them along with their location and how far they were willing to travel. It was like a free pizza or meerkat movies voucher code thread on steroids. Everybody and their Nan's were trying to get in on the action. I myself ended up marrying another man who funnily enough turned out to live on the same street as myself. I forget what his name is but that's not important anymore. We had a lovely honeymoon and now we are reaping the benefits with our monthly £10 Sainsbury's vouchers and we both couldn't be happier.
They're preparing to walk down the aisle. Aisle 10 where the biscuits are, to be precise.
Lol no, I thought it might have been part of a package to have wedding filmed free in car park, via CCTV!
yet another bargain burner for the hard pushed criminal ;)
osmaston park road store
No, they'll ask, but it's not mandatory.
Which Derby store was this in?
Will a minimum £10 top up be required to purchase this phone?
Love a good Beaujolais.
It will be national if stores are ranged for it and those that are have stock left.
About 3 bottles left in my local store, picked up a bottle while out shopping
Bought it yesterday, it tastes very nice. Will be national, I bought it in Alperton, London
Same at Coldhams Lane, Cambridge
I appear to be in a minority as I thought this tasted like petrol.
Great whisky! Heat added!
Good for a 20 quid bottle. The 'three wood' is well worth snagging when that occasionally goes down to 30- that's a lovely drop if you don't like peat.
I’ve been waiting for this to drop to £20 on amazon again. Usually around £30 in the super markets and I can’t quite justify it. May go hunt down a Sainsbury’s. Thanks
Had a couple of bottles of this over the last few months. I found it to be worth £20 (amazon regularly have this at £20). I'd probably pay £25 but no more. Hot from me
cant seeing this lasting too long in stock, as Last Jedi series hasnt really taken off
"Item is brand new and sealed. The box shows some signs of wear from old price stickers. " Sounds like it's brand new and sealed, but the box shows some signs of wear from the old price stickers.
It’s listed under the used-like new so who know what’s condition it is
Tesco Dundee had them for £19 a couple of months back but, then shifted them back to £38 before i'd managed to pick one up
RRP should have been £30, £20 still isn't worth it imo, wait for £15.
Wow, a handful of negs in a row! I love this site :-p
£13 for the joker one,, which is about the going price , a few others also discounted but similar price everywhere else...Newport was the store
Very selective store wise. Went in one yesterday in Grimsby and it was £40 for the same Lego set that Tesco and Asda were selling off for £26 or so. Another Sainsbury store in the Manchester area was selling the same set at a reduced price of £26 a couple of days ago. Definitely hit and miss which stores are selling stock off.
Nice find, heat. (y) How much was The Joker one to the left? Oh, and which branch was this?
Thanks Daz409. Do these have the Google Cardboard control button?
I have the 10k one - very good, lasted for nearly 3 years now and still very happy with it. A friend has one of these listed in the offer and after 2 years it's still good. They both retain a charge for a long time as well. Had an issue with the large Juice battery - had to contact customer service about 1 out of 3 I bought for myself and friends when Sainsburys cleared them out about 18 months ago, however, Juice customer service was **excellent** and they sent out a replacement very quickly so would buy again.
Had an older TP-Link one for years now, far more sturdy than many other brands and has never let me down.