Various High-end Brand Bread is only a Quid!! Yes, £1!!
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Various High-end Brand Bread is only a Quid!! Yes, £1!!

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Found 22nd Aug 2009
Hovis, Best of Both, Kingsmill... theres lots of choices. In fact, there was four shelves spanning half of the store full of Bread down to a Pound today. Not sure when it ends, but worth a look, definitely.

Offer DOESNT include Asdas own and Warburtons. Could be online as well, but not sure.

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Sorry but going to have to vote this one cold.
Seen lots of branded bread for £1 or under recently.

I only buy Kingsmill and £1 is cheap for that thankyou

Hovis is 3 for £2.50 in Tescos

Offer DOESNT include Asdas own



I should hope not as its about 70p lol

£1 is a fairly standard price these days but still not a bad deal

seen hovis 2 for £1.50 in farmfoods!

Original Poster

2 for £1.50 and 3 for £2.50 dont make sense. Bread doesnt last that long anyway, and having three loafs in the cupboard, just getting thrown away is senseless.

he6rt6gr6m;6089766

2 for £1.50 and 3 for £2.50 dont make sense. Bread doesnt last that long a … 2 for £1.50 and 3 for £2.50 dont make sense. Bread doesnt last that long anyway, and having three loafs in the cupboard, just getting thrown away is senseless.




Heard of a freezer :whistling:

https://www.samstores.com/_images/products/main_MFC09V4AW.jpg

Original Poster

Yes, but Bread? In a freezer?

iceland have there on 2 for 1.50 for over a month now same as there 4pnt milk for £1 so not that good a deal sorry :?

he6rt6gr6m;6091239

Yes, but Bread? In a freezer?



We have about 6 loaves in there, tastes the same once defrosted and saves us making trips in the week to the supermarket and gettting the discounts for buying more.

And if you are like me you go to the supermarket for one thing and com out spending alot more, so it saves us even more money :oops:

surely it depends on the size of the family and how much bread you eat. sub £1 is what we should be looking for..as long as you are not bothered about the brand.

It was on the radio the other day about how the crop prices were very high last year and bread prices went up, now its half the price but price of bread has hardly come down

Original Poster

deanos;6092234

We have about 6 loaves in there, tastes the same once defrosted and … We have about 6 loaves in there, tastes the same once defrosted and saves us making trips in the week to the supermarket and gettting the discounts for buying more.And if you are like me you go to the supermarket for one thing and com out spending alot more, so it saves us even more money :oops:



The thought of Soggy Bread is making me nauseous.

Yep its tastes the same once defrosted.

Original Poster

I dont mean soggy in the freezer, I mean soggy when defrosting.

What do you do? Let it defrost at Room temp with a towel under neath it?

Defrost at room temp, i put it on the draining board.

deanos;6089788

Heard of a freezer :whistling:



Yes it's what all the supermarkets keep the fresh bread in.

jeany123;6089249

I only buy Kingsmill and £1 is cheap for that thankyou



You'll get 2 for under £2 at Iceland
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