Smoked Black Forest Ham, 200gr, half price @Lidl 0.99p
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Smoked Black Forest Ham, 200gr, half price @Lidl 0.99p

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I love this Ham, bargain price too

The ham is good, but this is normal price in Lidl in Poland and in both cases it is made in Germany.

Great deal Have some Heat

bartos

The ham is good, but this is normal price in Lidl in Poland and in both … The ham is good, but this is normal price in Lidl in Poland and in both cases it is made in Germany.

Thanks for the info. I understand they also have Tesco in Poland.........could you do a price comparison on all the products there compared to the UK Tesco please?

bartos

The ham is good, but this is normal price in Lidl in Poland and in both … The ham is good, but this is normal price in Lidl in Poland and in both cases it is made in Germany.



what's that got to do with anything ? adding a plane ticket to Poland to buy some ham doesn't make it a good deal though.

bartos

The ham is good, but this is normal price in Lidl in Poland and in both … The ham is good, but this is normal price in Lidl in Poland and in both cases it is made in Germany.



Good. I don't really want Black Forest Ham made in Hong Kong.

Why knock bartos hes only highlighting the fact that Lidl feel that the British public are soft touches they can hike the price by 100% compared to other countries.why should they charge other countries £1 and the UK £2 when there are over 1.5 million pensioners in food poverty.

Picked up a couple of packets. Lovely on a crusty roll with lots of butter

Got some of these. Great offer. Ideal for xmas starter/appertizer!

Got some of these. Great offer. Ideal for xmas starter/appertizer!

flinnyourin

Why knock bartos hes only highlighting the fact that Lidl feel that the … Why knock bartos hes only highlighting the fact that Lidl feel that the British public are soft touches they can hike the price by 100% compared to other countries.why should they charge other countries £1 and the UK £2 when there are over 1.5 million pensioners in food poverty.



Wha? Bit extreme lol. sounds like Lidl are almost a business. Perhaps the £1 extra covers the 500 odd miles the ham needs to travel to get here? A lot of goods originating from a specific country are cheaper in that country. Most things are cheaper in the US e.g. they sometimes just put a £ in front of the US price to make the UK price. Different markets and different economies. At the end of the day pretty sure pensioners can do without some salty ham.

c'mon everyone just chill. yeah i can see everyones point. Good to have different perspectives and shed new light on things ie from different countries, it's a good point. Of course it would be more expensive here because of the origin and probably costs of running things here.
Anyway someone made a good point about tescos, it would be interesting to know some of the prices of certain things sold in say poland or elsewhere just out of curiosity I am also on the understanding that tesco was started up by a polish person? think I heard that on some media a while back.

Is this nice ? im a bit fussy were ham is concerned , i cant eat morrisons or tesco ham as it tastes fkin vile to me.

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scousethief

Is this nice ? im a bit fussy were ham is concerned , i cant eat … Is this nice ? im a bit fussy were ham is concerned , i cant eat morrisons or tesco ham as it tastes fkin vile to me.


It's different. If you like a parma ham, there are some similarities, but you won't know till you try...

mmm parma ham i love

if it's anything like parma it's a bargain

As well as the other weekend offers (22p 100g hazelnut milk chocolate bars, 99p boxes of chocolate truffles) I also spotted they had their 300g packs of Pretzel & ritz cracker-type snack trays on BOGOF at 99p too

slevinkelevra

c'mon everyone just chill. yeah i can see everyones point. Good to have … c'mon everyone just chill. yeah i can see everyones point. Good to have different perspectives and shed new light on things ie from different countries, it's a good point. Of course it would be more expensive here because of the origin and probably costs of running things here. Anyway someone made a good point about tescos, it would be interesting to know some of the prices of certain things sold in say poland or elsewhere just out of curiosity I am also on the understanding that tesco was started up by a polish person? think I heard that on some media a while back.


Good to see that this has turned into an interesting conversation. I've been living between Poland and the UK for the last year and still compare the prices. I do agree that in some cases it doesn't make sense as these are two different economies. On the other hand it should be a common market but I still see loads of inefficiency in both countries. This ham is a simple example. It is produced in Germany, so the production cost is the same. Transportation cost wouldn't be much different, if not the same. Running the business would be more expensive in the UK (staff, venue, etc.) but I don't think it should justify why the regular price of the ham in the UK is double of what it is in other countries. The reason why the US is relatively cheap is because they are such a big and competitive market. The EU was suppose to change it but for some reason you still see huge difference between different members. Maybe it's because of lack of the information flow. using this Ham as an example again (not prefect though). If you know that it's cheaper in Poland and you pay only £16 for a 30 kg parcel, you can order 150 packs and save £134. Other reason might be the marketing. In the UK it's common to have 50% off whereas in Poland maximum would be 10-20%. Wine would be a good example. In the UK tesco you constantly have wines 50% off. The same wines cost the same in Polish discounts. So overall the price in tesco is good but that's not the promotion is regular pricing. I guess pricing in the UK is more similar to the airlines system. However sometimes you can really catch a bargain in the UK. Otherwise I'd not be checking Hukd.

I don't like tesco in Poland. Rather poor quality. The British ones are better. And the prices depend on items.

bartos

Good to see that this has turned into an interesting conversation. I've … Good to see that this has turned into an interesting conversation. I've been living between Poland and the UK for the last year and still compare the prices. I do agree that in some cases it doesn't make sense as these are two different economies. On the other hand it should be a common market but I still see loads of inefficiency in both countries. This ham is a simple example. It is produced in Germany, so the production cost is the same. Transportation cost wouldn't be much different, if not the same. Running the business would be more expensive in the UK (staff, venue, etc.) but I don't think it should justify why the regular price of the ham in the UK is double of what it is in other countries. The reason why the US is relatively cheap is because they are such a big and competitive market. The EU was suppose to change it but for some reason you still see huge difference between different members. Maybe it's because of lack of the information flow. using this Ham as an example again (not prefect though). If you know that it's cheaper in Poland and you pay only £16 for a 30 kg parcel, you can order 150 packs and save £134. Other reason might be the marketing. In the UK it's common to have 50% off whereas in Poland maximum would be 10-20%. Wine would be a good example. In the UK tesco you constantly have wines 50% off. The same wines cost the same in Polish discounts. So overall the price in tesco is good but that's not the promotion is regular pricing. I guess pricing in the UK is more similar to the airlines system. However sometimes you can really catch a bargain in the UK. Otherwise I'd not be checking Hukd.I don't like tesco in Poland. Rather poor quality. The British ones are better. And the prices depend on items.



I watched a program about entrepeneurs/business people starting up in Bradford a while back. There was this polish guy producing a quality sausage to distribute around the area, they seem to want to buy in bulk and get a real good price (the way I like it) Anyway it looked very tasty I wouldn't mind trying some but have no real idea of what to look for.

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Is it worth contributing to the abuse and murder of innocent creatures?

99p Black Forest Ham NONE in Hereford and Gloucester stores. Staff doesn't even know about it

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