Vegemite 220g 98p at Ocado - was £1.97 but half price for deliveries until 31st Jan
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Vegemite 220g 98p at Ocado - was £1.97 but half price for deliveries until 31st Jan

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Found 28th Jan 2017
I'm sure everyone knows what Ocado is and they have delivery charges etc for groceries. However, if you're already a customer, this is a very low price for Vegemite. There was a fuss when these were in Poundland (I know, I went in and bought loads).

The ones I just got delivered have a sell by date of Dec 2017
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    Agreat price
    Disgusting stuff..... has a horrible taste and texture compared to our stuff.
    Marmite kicks its ass.
    Was free on clicksnap Yesterday

    Hanan1

    Was free on clicksnap Yesterday



    Combined with topcashback my family were each paid £1 to buy a jar yesterday
    aau1

    Combined with topcashback my family were each paid £1 to buy a jar … Combined with topcashback my family were each paid £1 to buy a jar yesterday



    You wish.

    You can't use the same receipt twice at Quidco & TCB
    If you have tried, then only whoever gets their claim in first will payout, so your greed may have cost you each 97p

    TCB offer still on - £1 off an instore purchase


    Edited by: "UncleTommy" 28th Jan 2017
    She just smiled and gave me a Vegemite sandwich.
    aau1

    Combined with topcashback my family were each paid £1 to buy a jar … Combined with topcashback my family were each paid £1 to buy a jar yesterday



    You clearly don't like your family too much!
    Original Poster
    Biker Jeff

    Disgusting stuff..... has a horrible taste and texture compared to our … Disgusting stuff..... has a horrible taste and texture compared to our stuff.Marmite kicks its ass.



    Marmite leaves a trail and gets everywhere and ends up gluing its own lid on itself. Vegemite is much easier to spread it's ebony paste goodness onto your toast. (I'll take either though in an emergency)
    barginfan

    She just smiled and gave me a Vegemite sandwich.


    Do you come from a land down under?
    dwl99

    Do you come from a land down under?



    ​Can you hear, can you hear the thunder??
    So, what's the difference between this and an Amazon deal if there is a minimum spend / delivery charge?

    Or can anyone buy this for 98p as a single item?

    Seems a bit disingenuous.
    Gollywood

    ​Can you hear, can you hear the thunder??


    Where women glow and men plunder

    As a side note it's "He gave me a Vegemite sandwich" not she and "can't you hear" not can


    Edited by: "kikboy" 4th Feb 2017
    kikboy

    Where women glow and men plunderAs a side note it's "He have me a … Where women glow and men plunderAs a side note it's "He have me a Vegemite sandwich" not she and "can't you hear" not can



    ​Fair dinkum Bruce/Greg/Shane/Mitch...
    i got mine free using quidco. in fact they paid me 1p!!
    I've liked Vegemite ever since they stopped putting that one odd preservative in it, I can't remember its name.
    Original Poster
    You better run, you better take cover
    UncleTommy

    You wish.You can't use the same receipt twice at Quidco & TCBIf you have … You wish.You can't use the same receipt twice at Quidco & TCBIf you have tried, then only whoever gets their claim in first will payout, so your greed may have cost you each 97p ;)TCB offer still on - £1 off an instore purchase



    You're just a bit out of touch if you think TCB and Quidco are still connected
    Magister

    You clearly don't like your family too much!



    We put all the jars we bought in the foodbank. Just because we don't like it doesn't mean everyone dislikes it. I'm hopeful it will go to someone appreciative (where's the harm if we each make a little extra out of it?)

    edit: or did you think I asked my family to each buy a jar and that I only reimbursed them £1?
    Edited by: "aau1" 29th Jan 2017
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    KareemSaid

    So, what's the difference between this and an Amazon deal if there is a … So, what's the difference between this and an Amazon deal if there is a minimum spend / delivery charge?Or can anyone buy this for 98p as a single item?Seems a bit disingenuous.



    It's a grocery delivery service - as stated in the description with delivery charges. Are you sure disingenuous is what you meant? If I hadn't mentioned delivery charges that may have been disingenuous.
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