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Tesco Value Jaffa Cakes - 38p for 24!!!
Tesco Value Jaffa Cakes - 38p for 24!!!

Tesco Value Jaffa Cakes - 38p for 24!!!

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Noticed this as I walked past them at my local tesco today, only a few left, not suprised at this price! Usually about 65p I beleive

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There's not much difference in Jaffa Cakes IMO, but is this cheap? McVities 2 or 3 for whatever price are often cheaper I think.

Mmmmmmmmmm, not bad if you can't afford McVities
H&R

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starsparkle2311;6206054

When it comes to Jaffa cakes, it's got to be McVities for me, nice deal … When it comes to Jaffa cakes, it's got to be McVities for me, nice deal if you like these far inferior ones tho',lol



I do agree, but for some families having McVities just isn't an option when a pack of these are at least a quarter of the price of McVities :roll:

Good deal

Yes McVities are the best, but when you have made a lovely cup of tea these would do just fine!!

Heat added!!

I actually prefer Tescos Value Jaffa Cakes to McVities. :-D

I buy these and while not as nice as the McVities ones, they are an absolute bargain even at their full price (which is about 65p ish).

Absolute bargain - try them (and bear in mind the price when you're eating them) and you'll be surprised at how good they are.

mycroft jones;6206249

I actually prefer Tescos Value Jaffa Cakes to McVities. :-D



Totally agree

mycroft jones;6206249

I actually prefer Tescos Value Jaffa Cakes to McVities. :-D



had them a couple of weeks ago and they were better

When it comes to Jaffa cakes, it's got to be McVities for me, nice deal … When it comes to Jaffa cakes, it's got to be McVities for me, nice deal if you like these far inferior ones tho',lol



I HAVE TRIED THEM ALL Morrisons, Tescos, Sainsburys, Lidls, M&S ...

nothing is the same as a fresh pack of McVities ... I rarely eat anything but the orignals, nothing compares.

sigh.


Still, a good price for some biscuits I suppose, not voting

mycroft jones;6206249

I actually prefer Tescos Value Jaffa Cakes to McVities. :-D



Same here, people and their flashy name brands...pfff.

teraomi;6207534

Same here, people and their flashy name brands...pfff.



Indeed, I used to work in a chip factory (student weekend work) and they used to knock Tesco value out on one machine and Sainsbury's regular oven chips on the other line - ALL FROM THE SAME FEED!!!!!

Yes sometimes value does differ greatly in quality, but not all the time.

I think the Lidl ones are the best I have tasted.

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Started a Jaffa Cake Debate here!

blackadr;6208395

I think the Lidl ones are the best I have tasted.



Don't they do raspberry flavour as well?

Are Jaffa Cakes a biscuit or a cake?
I'm more of a Chocolate HobNobs guy myself.

These are great for when you want to serve up something for people you are aquainted with but not necessarily friends with. For friends, go with Jaffa cakes and not this imposter of a jaffa.

Regards,

Blanco
Jaffa Cake Quality Control Manager

lol. They are a cake as they go hard when stale, not soft as a biscuit does. The clue is in the name :P

Original Poster

Blanco;6208670

These are great for when you want to serve up something for people you … These are great for when you want to serve up something for people you are aquainted with but not necessarily friends with. For friends, go with Jaffa cakes and not this imposter of a jaffa.Regards,BlancoJaffa Cake Quality Control Manager



Made me laugh :-D

blackadr;6208395

I think the Lidl ones are the best I have tasted.



Yes they are I agree. Soft delicious sponge and lovely tangy orange bit. They are the best, Tesco Value ones aren't great. Lidl also do other flavour sponge cakes similar to Jaffa Cakes, for example Cherry Cakes and Raspberry Cakes, and they're gorgeous as well, mmmmm ..... :thumbsup:

P.S. I forgot to mention how chocolaty they are... thick dark choc on them, really nice.

The McVities ones haven't tasted as good lately. Anyone agree? Less of the orange bit in the middle. I'd probably still opt for the original over Tesco's own though even at this price, there have been some good deals on them lately.

McVities JCs are pretty much the worst I've eaten; always quite dry and brittle. These are much better imo and are the ones I usually get, though the Morrisons ones are good too (they have loads more jelly compared to standard JCs) but the fruits of the forest ones (or whatever they're called) aren't anything to write home about.

like others on here I also prefer the value ones much more yummy

Fez;6208671

lol. They are a cake as they go hard when stale, not soft as a biscuit … lol. They are a cake as they go hard when stale, not soft as a biscuit does. The clue is in the name :P



Spot on Fez:thumbsup:

These are muck!!!! McVitie's or nothing, even my 2 year old knows this.She has been known to knock out nearly a whole packet if left unsupervised, but turns her nose up at any cheap imitations (i've even tried putting the cheapo brand in an orange McVitie's bag but to no avail)

starsparkle2311;6206054

When it comes to Jaffa cakes, it's got to be McVities for me, nice deal … When it comes to Jaffa cakes, it's got to be McVities for me, nice deal if you like these far inferior ones tho',lol



inferior..lol

I bought these on my online shop last week and they are loooooooooooooovely.I'm a man that loves Jaffa cakes and i could honestly say that we couldn't taste a valuable difference between these and the originals. I bought both!

I will buy tesco's ones from now on though and just take them out the box and put them in the McVities box when i have guests....lmao


RESULT!!!


Its probably McVities that make them for Tesco.

blackadr;6208395

I think the Lidl ones are the best I have tasted.



Haggle;6209508

Yes they are I agree. Soft delicious sponge and lovely tangy orange bit. … Yes they are I agree. Soft delicious sponge and lovely tangy orange bit. They are the best, Tesco Value ones aren't great. Lidl also do other flavour sponge cakes similar to Jaffa Cakes, for example Cherry Cakes and Raspberry Cakes, and they're gorgeous as well, mmmmm ..... :thumbsup:P.S. I forgot to mention how chocolaty they are... thick dark choc on them, really nice.



This. I used to love McVities ones until I tried the Lidl's version. Now McVities just seem dry and bland in comparison.

Lidl's are as good as the expensive rectangular Bahlsen ones. :thumbsup:

Rep for you both, for not being McVities sheep. :-D

ukez;6211069

Its probably McVities that make them for Tesco.



Not they dont !

Not they dont



... Even better in bold
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