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Sma toddler milk cheap in Asda £6
Sma toddler milk cheap in Asda £6

Sma toddler milk cheap in Asda £6

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Hi
Today when i bought Sma toddler milk(green) it was shelfed as £7.25 but it came out as £6 instore.I dont know that will be online as well or not on this price.I have never seen this on this price(buying it from a long time) other sma like sma gold etc have sale but not this one,so was hoping it might be helpful for some mum like me.
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23 Comments

how about a CLUE of where to buy it from at this price

Original Poster

wickedteen;7902174

how about a CLUE of where to buy it from at this price



i bought it chadderton,manchester

is that the name of the shop or do you want to keep us guessing

Original Poster

wickedteen;7902174

how about a CLUE of where to buy it from at this price



sorry i just noticed my mistake:oops:

Original Poster

wickedteen;7902196

is that the name of the shop or do you want to keep us guessing



i have edited it. Its in ASDA:p

breast is best

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WalterSmith;7902209

breast is best



iTS FOR THIOSE WHO BUY IT

whats the difference between this and cows milk?

i wouldnt imagine that price will be for long, and it most certainly a mistake. Discount is not allowed on milk formulas.

shoots;7902292

i wouldnt imagine that price will be for long, and it most certainly a … i wouldnt imagine that price will be for long, and it most certainly a mistake. Discount is not allowed on milk formulas.

Eh? What do you mean discount isn't allowed on milk formulas? Of course it is! Tesco and Asda have formula milk offers on all the time! This is £7.25 in Tesco so heat added :thumbsup:

aishaukhan;7902226

iTS FOR THIOSE WHO BUY IT



tAKE YOUR CAPS LOCK OFF

Just switched to cows milk cheaper and easier, but this would be handy to keep in case moo juice runs out.

shoots;7902292

i wouldnt imagine that price will be for long, and it most certainly a … i wouldnt imagine that price will be for long, and it most certainly a mistake. Discount is not allowed on milk formulas.



Discounts are not allowed on Infant Formula (0 to 4-6 months) but is allowed on Follow-on Formula, which this is - Section 19 of the Infant Formula and Follow-on Formula Regulations 1995.

Banned

Why would anyone want buy 'Toddler Milk' from SMA?! Where's the logic? They've made the term up to sell more of their crud.

Boswelox anyone?

nichole;7902486

Discounts are not allowed on Infant Formula (0 to 4-6 months) but is … Discounts are not allowed on Infant Formula (0 to 4-6 months) but is allowed on Follow-on Formula, which this is - Section 19 of the Infant Formula and Follow-on Formula Regulations 1995.

That's interesting. I've had three children and never knew that! Well, I guess you learn something new everyday

wickedteen;7902196

is that the name of the shop or do you want to keep us guessing


How about some good old fashioned common courtesy. The op posted the deal in the hope of helping people out, not to be met with an impatient sarcastic answer from some ****. I used to enjoy searching this site for deals but unfortunately now, more often then not, I review a thread only to come across people like you. Have you nothing better to do with your time than post arsy remarks on a forum?

Thank-you for posting this deal. No good to me but hope it will benefit someone. I believe women should have a choice over how to feed their babies and not be made to feel guilty by the 'breast is best brigade' if for some reason they are unable to b/f. Voted hot.

Waste of money, full fat milk and good diet is what they need at this age. Just trying to hold onto easy money from nieve parents.

nichole;7902486

Discounts are not allowed on Infant Formula (0 to 4-6 months) but is … Discounts are not allowed on Infant Formula (0 to 4-6 months) but is allowed on Follow-on Formula, which this is - Section 19 of the Infant Formula and Follow-on Formula Regulations 1995.



It's also a fact that Infant Formula cannot be advertised, but this follow-on stuff can...hence the sudden bombardment of adverts with inflated benefits and dubious nutritional claims...the toddler is laughing/smiling...it must be good!

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Pavers;7903990

Waste of money, full fat milk and good diet is what they need at this … Waste of money, full fat milk and good diet is what they need at this age. Just trying to hold onto easy money from nieve parents.



Quite agree too, it even says on the tin/website - to be used alongside usual milk intake and a healthy balanced diet..............

Rendering it.......... completely pointless.

Why pay £6 for milk that is for 12+ months when they can have cows milk which is cheaper? I just don't understand it.

Save your pennies and buy cow's milk :thumbsup:

Agree toddler 'milk' is pointless. I'm not from the 'breast is best' brigade but toddlers can drink fresh milk so why buy powdered gunk!

Well i know once my baby reaches 12 months shes going on cows milk! Alot more goodness in cows milk! And a hell of alot cheaper!
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