If you haven’t got a Waitrose local, they’re on offer for 55p at Sainsbury’s so would only cost you 5p....
I expect we've all had a good dose of these yoghurts over the past month!
Got these last Sunday. My daughter loves them
Apologies Tygar2, got my 't's mixed up....... (embarrassed)
You're welcome. Hahaha...gotta love this place - stone cold and zero better price! (shock) More for us I guess! (lol)
I like it and I'm just off to Waitrose so thanks Tygah2.
Don't really like Caesar dressing but ta for the heads up on the deal anyway
XD Amazing what people buy XD
bought these for a pound on offer in Asda a few weeks ago. Even then i felt ripped off........
(cheeky) (cheeky) (cheeky) waitrose icecream on the table when guests come(cheeky) (cheeky) (cheeky) (embarrassed) (embarrassed) (embarrassed) i feel posh(cheeky)
great, ordered.. nb: £20 discount for new account - ongoing further 4 x £20 discounts, plus free timed delivery over £60. appreciated!
Great thanks! Got 6 bottles for £32 using voucher. Not sure that I needed 6 bottles of prosecco but hey it was a bargain!
Yep both online and in-store
Often on offer. Very good prrosecco.
Damn them all! Bought 6 of these last week on 25% offer plus further 10% off £40 spend. Cost me £46.75 I'll have to drink them all now to forget the pain.
Q: Has anyone validated this offer is real at the till - ie "computer says yes" ? I ask because on the Waitrose website the Arctic Roll listing shows the the 3for2-Promo link but when you follow that link, the Arctic Roll is NOT included on the offer listing!
No one. The prices quoted are for three of them.
Nothing in this game for 2 in a bed.
Whose paying a 5iver on this?
Thanks for the heat, was expecting a frosty reception. I’ll get my coat. 😬
ta op looked in my local and bought some gorgeous Senspa good night firming cream with pomegranate, sea buckthorn and rhodolia rosea reduced to £3 - its thick, creamy and spells divine!! only 50ml but absolutely worth it and I'm a frugal shopper. 50ml Enriched with Rhodolia Rosea and Sea Buckthorn, both famous for their anti-ageing benefits, the Good Night Firming Cream recharges, revitalises and intensely hydrates the skin whilst it is in rest and repair mode. In addition, a powerful blend of antioxidant omega oils and pomegranate help combat the first signs of ageing. Night after night, skin is increasingly replenished, smoothed and rejuvenated. SenSpa's products are not tested on animals and are free from animal ingredients, Parabens, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate and Mineral Oil. Directions for use: Every evening, massage onto cleansed face and neck, avoiding contact with the delicate eye area. There was also a larger day cream, eye cream and facial oil all £3 also burts bees lip salve in a biggish metal tub £3
I'm doubting they'll be restocking the shelf... but you never know
Fudge! I should have gone to the store earlier than today... masses of shelf space, price label... but no stock. Mutter mutter mutter... (I'm in Shepherd's Bush, so looks like it's in loads of stores)
Usual shelf in Alcester
are these on the usual shelf or clearance please?
Amazon works out appx 37p PR This one 29p appx
Amazon do a subscribe and save offer for £17 for 45 Andrex rolls inclusive of delivery etc, lasts 3 months easily
None available in Dorking Waitrose. Saw a guy pick up the last lot. Seemed to be in a rush with them. Either they hadn't paid for or they were desperately needed. (lol)
Take it back ask for refund buy it again save £20
You wouldn't want to get it dirty though ..
Gutted. Paid £40 for it 4 weeks ago and haven't even used it.
Look deep into it’s eyes and say “Grill, you’re the one I have been looking for all my life.”
How do you melt a BBQ?!
None in Westfield
Yeah i want that funky pouring spout thing. I'll walk pass today and try again, if not ill settle for 500ml Unless it's on the 500ml bottles too and i just wasted my own time lol
There should be 500ml, they are reduced too
Also none in the little waitrose in Holborn station
Sold out in the one near King's Cross :(
So you have to buy an overpriced general shop to get a free pot of yogurt! (lol) Suckers!
Shame it's Waitrose.com rather than a physical store. Never used the online shopping and even if they do click and collect, seems pointless, perhaps, for a couple of pots of yoghurt.
You can download the app and purchase the products that are on offer. Upload your receipt onto the app and wait for an email confirmation confirming you have received the cash back. You can either have the money back into a bank account or Paypal. Balances under £20 incur a processing fee of 5%. I normally wait until I have £20 or more and then withdraw into my paypal XD
It's a cash back app.
How do you use that? Never heard of it...
I use google photos which automatically reduce the file size hence never an issue with uploading online
They’ve both tracked now. The cider from Tesco is showing as rewarded, but the split-pots from Waitrose are still saying received. Perhaps their just busy. I’ll leave it a day or so then I’ll chase it up if not rewarded.
I've never had an issue. Presumably i use smaller size photos than you I like it because it generates a receipt ID once uploaded which I then save as part of the file name.
When I try to use the Web page it always says the file is to big to upload. How do you manage to do it?
Just got paid on COS and tracked on Clicksnap 😬
Yes 500ml, apologies (cheeky)
Thanks for posting, I picked the last 3 up from my store (y)
Was that the 1l or 500ml. It was the litre bottle that was reduced in Chester.
The authors spread fake news and bad logical reasoning. Here is why:- They said, "But according to Senior Buying Manager at Ocado, Gary Hyde, and Nutritionist at Superfooduk.com, Shona Wilkinson , the key to picking out the right sausage is going for the ones with the highest meat content." Which is a preference statement between high meat content over low meat content sausage. What makes the whole article misleading and fake is they then go on to explain it is better because of "additives". "Although Lincolnshire sausages often contain 70 percent pork, brands like Richmond contain as little as 42 per cent. Gary Hyde explained that the lower the meat content, the more additives. " This is fake statement as they did not compare the level of additives between low and high meat content sausages. Additives are chemicals added , see this BBC educational stuff. Low meat, as they said, are wheat, soy and potato, these are not additives. The cancerous agents, or chemicals that consumers are wary of, as additives, exist in both low and high meat content sauages including organic ones. This is fact. Take phosphates and anti-oxidants, they didn't say with data how low meat sauages contain more than those in high meat sausages. Without reference to scientific analyses of additives to both low and high meat content sausages, the whole article is hearsay and fake (fake fact and useless fact for an individual consumer, because when s/he has a pack of high meat content sausages and a pack of low meat sausages there is no way s/he can compare the mg of additives 100g of sausages in both packs unless s/he send them to a laboratory test.)
Go into Sainsburys. They are selling off thier posh wild cranberry sauce. Best before date 19 Oct 2019, so good for this Xmas Price 20p. Look in the reduced section.
You’re right there. It’s the lack of sugar.
I bought Richmonds sausages once...... never bought them again. The colour alone is off-putting. I wouldn't eat one even if they were being given away free. As to them being Britains "favourite" - I never believed that claim at all. God knows on what basis they calculate that claim to fame!! As for the original topic of Cranberry sauce. In reference to comment on size - I will say that in the past I have frequently had to throw jars out which are 3/4 full - because they have got mould on top...... So tbh, I think having smaller jars is not necessarily a bad thing. I deliberately use opened jars up as quickly as possible - on chicken sandwiches etc, because I find it tends to go off quicker than jars of mint or apple sauce.... or other pickles and relishes. With Gov drives against sugar, it will be interesting to hear from manufacturers about practical problems they face if they have to reduce the sugar content and if this affects the length of time the product will last once opened. I thought processes such as pickling, smoking and jam/preserve-making were supposed to preserve certain foods out of season. Will reducing amount of sugar in jams etc not affect this?
Fully agree with you about Richmonds claiming to be the best of british, they are Irish and not even a proper sausage - off topic now. https://www.express.co.uk/life-style/food/730022/sausage-cook-Richmond-pork-meat-content 42% pork for richmonds - Gary Hyde explained that the lower the meat content, the more additives.
Back up to £7.99 per kg now, according to the website.
These are very nice sausages, so as they have been kind enough to send me a load of £8 off a £40 shop, these will feature in my basket tomorrow.
I don't consider myself a sausage snob but even I wouldn't eat Richmond Sausages as the fat that comes out of them when they are cooking is ridiculous and they have that soft stomach turning texture about them. But I suppose if push came to shove and I was skint and needed to put a meal on the table for my kids I probably would serve them so maybe we should all think ourselves extremely grateful that we are in a position where we can look at a deal and go nah no thanks i'd rather pay more when some people don't have the choice
So the Old boy had a bit of heritage whilst the mum was just some random, unknown pig? Nice. Also, for some reason the word sired is not one I want to think about in conjunction with sausage, and certainly not when it comes to dinnertime. As for the Richmond sausages, I wouldn't be buying them no matter how cheap and how poor I was.
only 90% pork that just wont do heat added (cheeky)
Very store specific. Its worth adding which store it was found to help others
As I said in the description!
£25 in Morrison's also :)
£21 at Costco right now.
Frequently this price at Amazon also.
Really good flavour Hot
(cheeky) (cheeky) (cheeky) yes
Hope you're not using these inside your ear
40p for 200 in Tesco. Cold
I totally agree with that, they might be ok for cleaning between a babies toes, but for anything else, they are a waste of money, give me the plastic ones any day.
39p for paper ones in Lidl too