Weetabix 72 Pack (48 +50% Free) - £3.99 at Iceland
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Weetabix 72 Pack (48 +50% Free) - £3.99 at Iceland

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Found 20th Jun 2015
Weetabix 72 Pack (48 +50% Free) - £3.99

Found at the Wembley Store. Iceland tend to have this offer on and off. Strangely the offer packs are randomly located on the shop floor in their bulk pack brown boxes rather than on the shelf so easy to miss/not find.

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Which store?

Ignore me! Will check my Iceland

Thanks for posting

Its the same price in your local farm foods if you check there also.

Always this price in Iceland.

You can get 72 for £2.95 in Farmfoods just now.

I picked up a pack in Morrisons for £3.98 I though it seemed a good deal

This price is at Spar

Don't eat them all at once.

Mmmmmmmmmmmm

3 quid in Poundland if you spend over 3 pounds

Perfect for starting the fast in Ramadan. Thanks for posting

I propose a moratorium on Weetabix 'deals' unless they're significantly less than the price of supermarket own-brand wheat biscuits. They're the same bloody thing.

Right now you can buy 48 from Morrisons for £2.49 - 5.19p each vs. 5.54p for these - and it's not a deal. It's just the price.

This is like posting a deal for, say, "Virgin Petrol" which has come down from £1.99 to £1.29 per litre. It's the same bloody thing, just more expensive.
Edited by: "JamesCo" 20th Jun 2015

Banned

not edible

same price at morrisons and b and m

JamesCo

I propose a moratorium on Weetabix 'deals' unless they're significantly … I propose a moratorium on Weetabix 'deals' unless they're significantly less than the price of supermarket own-brand wheat biscuits. They're the same bloody thing.



They're not the same thing. I compared the calories from Weetabix with the calories from the Lidl own brand equivalent recently and the calorie count from Weetabix was significantly lower than the count for the own brand version. I don't know about other brands but the same comparison would have to be carried out.

This same deal regularly comes in Lidl shops (at least, those in Cardiff).

JamesCo

I propose a moratorium on Weetabix 'deals' unless they're significantly … I propose a moratorium on Weetabix 'deals' unless they're significantly less than the price of supermarket own-brand wheat biscuits. They're the same bloody thing. Right now you can buy 48 from Morrisons for £2.49 - 5.19p each vs. 5.54p for these - and it's not a deal. It's just the price. This is like posting a deal for, say, "Virgin Petrol" which has come down from £1.99 to £1.29 per litre. It's the same bloody thing, just more expensive.



They are not the same thing, trust me, I know

drunk1

Always this price in Iceland.You can get 72 for £2.95 in Farmfoods just … Always this price in Iceland.You can get 72 for £2.95 in Farmfoods just now.



£2.95 or £3.95 in farmfoods? ????

And you can claim 10p back on weetabix products on checkoutsmart

davtom

They're not the same thing. I compared the calories from Weetabix with … They're not the same thing. I compared the calories from Weetabix with the calories from the Lidl own brand equivalent recently and the calorie count from Weetabix was significantly lower than the count for the own brand version. I don't know about other brands but the same comparison would have to be carried out.This same deal regularly comes in Lidl shops (at least, those in Cardiff).



plus the lidl ones had no taste when we tried them. couldn't finish them fast enough. never buying lidl ones again. others on here seem to love the lidl ones though.

I don't eat any food that has tastier packaging.

JamesCo

I propose a moratorium on Weetabix 'deals' unless they're significantly … I propose a moratorium on Weetabix 'deals' unless they're significantly less than the price of supermarket own-brand wheat biscuits. They're the same bloody thing. Right now you can buy 48 from Morrisons for £2.49 - 5.19p each vs. 5.54p for these - and it's not a deal. It's just the price. This is like posting a deal for, say, "Virgin Petrol" which has come down from £1.99 to £1.29 per litre. It's the same bloody thing, just more expensive.



I agree, I get the Asda own brand 48 for £2.49 standard price and these are the same ingredients amounts and taste/look/feel the same as Weetabix

I occasionally buy the Tesco everyday value wheat biscuits and find them pretty much as nice as Weetabix and I think I tried the Asda smartprice version which seemed the same. Don't think I've tried any others. Maybe I'm not as fussy as others with regards these but I'd definitely recommend trying the Tesco and Asda value versions to see if you care about the difference between them and proper Weetabix because I don't seem to.

I have Sainsburys own brand but prefer Weetabix slightly. Also, the packets for the Sainsburys ones are plastic compared to paper for the Weetabix, so the Weetabix ones also come in frustration-free packaging which is great, don't want to be getting worked up so early in the morning trying to open up a pack of cheapo Weetabix.

Nice with a banana and milk in a smoothie maker.

Same price at lidl

No one makes Weetabix like Weetabix. There is an art to how much milk you put on and eating them in the window between tasteless biscuit and yucky mess. They are full of iron, low in calories and tasty.

Have hotness.

darkovo

I agree, I get the Asda own brand 48 for £2.49 standard price and these … I agree, I get the Asda own brand 48 for £2.49 standard price and these are the same ingredients amounts and taste/look/feel the same as Weetabix



DH used to work in the warehouse in Asda and they came on the same pallet as the own brand, same with the ready brek too, I certainly can't taste the difference.
Edited by: "kooks65" 22nd Jun 2015
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