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Brill price. Gonna check my local store. Thanks as i must of missed the last post. Thank you
Take my comment back apologies - a colleague told me about it not posted already - hold my hands up
Iceland £5 each
Ocado 2 for £8
Very clever pricing from farm food to confuse people. These are normally £4 or below per box. So put 2 in a deal package and charge £2 extra for them as a deal.
whok184410/02/2020 19:51

Very clever pricing from farm food to confuse people. These are normally …Very clever pricing from farm food to confuse people. These are normally £4 or below per box. So put 2 in a deal package and charge £2 extra for them as a deal.


These are 72 pack box . I believed you are talking about 36 pack box or other. You can't get 72 pack for £4.
you can if you buy 2 of them at Ocado 2 for £8
So £2 better than this deal
Edited by: "carlosverge" 10th Feb
Weetabix are a rip just buy Tesco's own brand, 48 for £2.50. Exactly the same. Co-op own on the other hand, like sponges 🤮
Sasquatchtom10/02/2020 21:29

Weetabix are a rip just buy Tesco's own brand, 48 for £2.50. Exactly the …Weetabix are a rip just buy Tesco's own brand, 48 for £2.50. Exactly the same. Co-op own on the other hand, like sponges 🤮


Must admit Tesco ones are very close to the original
KatsudonVince10/02/2020 19:54

These are 72 pack box . I believed you are talking about 36 pack box or …These are 72 pack box . I believed you are talking about 36 pack box or other. You can't get 72 pack for £4.


Sorry no I have always bought 72 pack. It used to be on offer last year for £3.80 ish and now gone up to £4 on offer. As Dubdriver comment above Ocodo 2 for £8.
So Im a big fan of Weetabix but it was just proving costly. I switched to oats even though I love them Weetabix was still my preference. So I bought some of the own brand Weetabix from Tescos not expecting them to be that great but if they were bearable they would be worth it. The last time I bought own brand wheat biscuits you could tell they were completely rubbish, however this time they taste great. Not exactly Weetabix but not far off. Also, now the great bit, a box of 48 is £2.50 all the time. So when on offer I would imagine them to be a lot less. For half the price Im getting nearly the exact nutritional value with about 90% of the taste of regular Weetabix.

I often eat it like porridge, hot with a mashed banana, nuts and cinnamon with coconut/almond milk and it tastes great. So the flavour of the biscuits if no longer massively important once I add in the extra bits.

Also, it has been confirmed that wheat biscuits made for Tesco and Asda both come from the same factory as Weetabix. The nutritional content is tweaked a little. I think Asda has a little more salt and Tesco a couple of extra calories lol.

Hope this is useful for someone.
I also remember when I got this as a bargain years ago. I remember they had pink packets as it was in relation to a cancer charity campaign. Once it was over they were clearing these out in a Asda. This was over 10 years ago. They had 72pks reduced to £1. I couldnt belive it. I asked a guy who worked in store if there was a limit on how many I could buy. He said no so I bought 20 lol. Lasted me a good year or so haha for £20.
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