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Waitrose offers
Waitrose offers

Waitrose offers

Had a look but couldn't see these posted, apologies if they have been.
While doing a shop I came across the following offers, some are half price and some are just good value.
Kleenex man-size tissues 2 pack £1.87
Baxters vegetarian soups (tins) different varieties 57p
Heinz wild mushroom soup tin 59p
6 Petits Filous 75p
Admirals pie (frozen) £1.00
Tilda microwave rice all varieties 79p
Tilda children's microwave rice 57p
Filippo Berio pesto Classic and sundried tomato 190g £1.09
Sharwoods curry sauce in jar 420g 87p
Hartleys pot of jelly 175g 34p
Kettle chips large bags £1.09
Covent garden soups £1.00
4 tins Branston baked beans £1.27
Hope this can help someone...

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Also came across their LOVE Life range of healthier ready meals all half price, good for all us January diet bandwagoners

They have a half price promotion on at the moment.

Also activia 92p for 4.

Mcdougalls plain and self raising flour is half price as well

Waitrose also have the big 171g packs of Cadburys Fingers half price for 84p. See here

I did notice they had a few respectable deals on when I was picking up my £35 Tassimo. From memory they were half price one Youngs Wholetail Scampi and half price on Youngs Gastro Basa Fillets too.

lots of cans of pop on offer as well. Coke, Sprite, Fanta, etc. £1.77 for 6
so less than 30p a can
Edited by: "bojangles" 2nd Jan 2015

...And four-packs of Nakd bars are 2 for £3

Better not pick up anything else in a Waitrose though - it'll soon wipe out any saving!

wow can't believe you could be bothered to post all that lot!

Besford

Better not pick up anything else in a Waitrose though - it'll soon wipe … Better not pick up anything else in a Waitrose though - it'll soon wipe out any saving!



Exactly

Fruit n, Fibre 750g for £1.49 too....top price

Besford

Better not pick up anything else in a Waitrose though - it'll soon wipe … Better not pick up anything else in a Waitrose though - it'll soon wipe out any saving!



Don't really agree with that, waitrose have become pretty competitive in recent times if you're using a waitrose card (free papers etc) Theres a tesco and waitrose local to me and its really 50-50 as to which is cheaper on most items - and I like to think I'm pretty clued up on prices. Meat and fish might be more expensive but its much more difficult to compare apples with apples there...

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Cantona

Don't really agree with that, waitrose have become pretty competitive in … Don't really agree with that, waitrose have become pretty competitive in recent times if you're using a waitrose card (free papers etc) Theres a tesco and waitrose local to me and its really 50-50 as to which is cheaper on most items - and I like to think I'm pretty clued up on prices. Meat and fish might be more expensive but its much more difficult to compare apples with apples there...

waitrose is cheaper !!! You joking

Waitrose is for upper class people as they are very expensive

Gotta be honest, unless you're buying fresh meat waitrose are often cheaper if you live from day to day cash in pocket.

Most expensive place ive been is budgens they make m and s look like poundland

shop wisely and it can be a very cheap option. you need to take advantage of the coupons they send you and know when they reduce their fresh meat. I have a freezer full of reduced meat eg: lamb, was £6 something, reduced to £1.39. Best one recently was some sirloin which I've cut into steaks and saved some for a small roast. Got over a kilo of the stuff for just over a £10 and used a £3 off a £10 spend coupon. Ridiculous bargain!

I agree with the earlier comment that Waitrose can be very competitive if you shop wisely. They price match lots of things and their offers are often great value. If you indulge in Partridge, Quails eggs and their fancier products you'll spend a fortune ... but otherwise give it a go. Shopping about 90 minutes before they close can also mean some fantastic bargains at about 1/3 of the normal cost for fresh products including meat ... many of which I put straight in the freezer = result!!! Sign up for a Waitrose card and get further savings and freebies.

There is some truth in claims that Waitrose CAN be competitive in certain circumstances, but if you compare a week's shopping basket between, say, Waitrose and Aldi there will be little difference in quality and a massive difference in price. Just one item I noticed the other day was a bottle of Banks' Bitter: 99p at Aldi, £1.49 at Waitrose and that's not unusual.

It really isn't fair to include end of day, short dated reductions in a comparison, however good they tend to be at Waitrose.

I shop at all the major supermarkets and don't dislike Waitrose but their prices, on the whole, are top end and sometimes really silly.
Edited by: "Besford" 2nd Jan 2015

Posted in an earlier Waitrose thread but these are very decent offers when compared to the others.

Persil non-bio 40 washes £5
Coca-Cola (all varieties) 6 x 330ml £1.77
Evian 6 x 50cl £1.12
Pears hand liquid soap £1
Gressingham whole duck £8
Covent garden soup (all varieties) £1
Twinings English breakfast tea (100 bags) £2.20
All Baxters soup (not premium versions) 57p
Sensodyne Pronamel (all varieties) £2.20/£2.25
Plenty kitchen towel (pair) £1

You rarely see Sensodyne Pronamel hovering around £2.20.

Saw Sensodyne 2 for £5. Up to £4 ones and up to 100ml. The periodic money off vouchers they send you makes it worthwhile. Having multiple waitrose cards/accounts might help as sometimes they send £4 off a £40 shop on one say, but it could be £10 off £40 spend on another account! Seems random unless anyone knows how it works!

I'd agree, waitrose is cheaper than sainsburys!

Tiilda rice also 79p @ tesco,but as I discovered after buying in b&m for 79p also,it"s 3 for £2.00 in poundland
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