Weetabix pack of 72 at Tesco for £2.85 per box instore
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Weetabix pack of 72 at Tesco for £2.85 per box instore

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Been to my local Tesco and bought Weetabix pack of 72 for £2.85. Hope this helps.

1st Deal i am posting hope it helps someone. Can upload receipt if need proof.
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    RTC or misprice?
    Original Poster
    Looked normal price as it was labelled at that price no yellow sticker.
    good find op, heat added
    Wouldn't it be online too if not store specific?
    What type of Tesco was it op? Extra, superstore, etc
    They are discontinued stock, I work in Tesco and grabbed a box in Whiteley. None left now.
    Original Poster
    Sid Harper

    What type of Tesco was it op? Extra, superstore, etc



    Tesco superstore
    bargain.anyone else found any?
    littel helper

    bargain.anyone else found any?



    ​5.69 in my local tesco
    it's not online
    Original Poster
    littel helper

    bargain.anyone else found any?



    This is in Tesco Hall Green - Birmingham

    Many boxes were still there this evening

    Edited by: "busybees" 1st Feb 2017
    Stock up; prices are going up.

    Though I may need a bigger bunker... 20 years of weetabix takes a lot of space
    good deal....normally £4 on offer.
    muat be store specific
    No doubt Weetabix will be raising the price and/or reducing the weight of the pack.

    bbc.co.uk/new…292
    My dog eats these for **** glad reasons lol, thanks op very good price.
    I am waiting for the Goose gif to appear ;). Bloody good deal if you can get hold of it.
    omair

    No doubt Weetabix will be raising the price and/or reducing the weight of … No doubt Weetabix will be raising the price and/or reducing the weight of the pack.http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-38794292



    After all these "threats", my shopping bill has remained pretty much the same throughout the past months. The only thing that has gone up is dairy due to a shortage of production within Europe. Bad weather in some European countries (ie Spain) has caused a shortage of some veg, grain and fruit too.

    The pound > dollar is actually climbing up in value.

    Edited by: "jimbo23" 2nd Feb 2017
    jimbo23

    After all these "threats", my shopping bill has remained pretty much the … After all these "threats", my shopping bill has remained pretty much the same throughout the past months.



    Is that a surprise? We've not yet left the EU...
    TehJumpingJawa

    Is that a surprise? We've not yet left the EU...


    Our shopping bill has reduced! Is it a surprise, no. They won't even rise after Brexit, there is simply too much competition out there. Look at the Marmite scare and others... all back to original prices or even lower in some supermarkets. THEY want your money and they have to fight for it. Bank of England just announced far higher growth for this year now! Like petrol, we are being ripped off currently, but it will come back down. None of it is sustainable.
    As for Weetabix, it's the best way to buy is in the 72 box ones. Weetabix is up for sale (company) - you do know like many Brit companies it isn't! 60 per cent of Weetabix is owned by the ...CHINESE! Like the business I'm in, it was once ALL British, the British names are retained but it's all owned by the FRENCH! We lost the plot somewhere along the line, but hey ho, it's what the packet of Weetabix costs you. Wait until they are at their cheapest - last pack 72 I bought was 3.99 in Morrisons. They last usually long enough till the next time they get reduced (and they will!) so no hardship - at all! Only the **** who buy at full price of between 6 & 7 quid a pkt of 72 lose out. That's their fault for not shopping around. Food today is cheaper than it's ever been - IF you shop around. Obviously, not everyone can do it, and I feel for them. If something is too dear or at it's usual rip-off price this week, DON'T buy it... wait and it will come down or be cheaper in another supermarket or shop. Guaranteed! It's a buyer's market today. If you can't see that, you'll get ripped off.
    Happy Days!
    Edited by moderator: "." 2nd Feb 2017
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    Weetabix is for Beta males and old people

    Cold.
    JUST CHECKED PRICE, 5.69
    Original Poster
    If you in Birmingham in Hall Green it's definitely there at £2.85
    NICE PRICE
    TehJumpingJawa

    Is that a surprise? We've not yet left the EU...



    I was referring to the pound situation after the referendum and the buying of goods, not just from Europe, but the world. Britain is also a member of the Commonwealth of nations whom we have had trade deals with way before the EU even existed.
    jnigel26

    Our shopping bill has reduced! Is it a surprise, no. They won't even rise … Our shopping bill has reduced! Is it a surprise, no. They won't even rise after Brexit, there is simply too much competition out there.



    Exactly, people seem to forget that the Banks and any kind of food manufacturers essentially work for and around us - the consumer.. No consumer, no sales... There is far too much competition to say "right, I'm going to increase my price so tough" because if they do that, the next company will say "right, we can benefit from them increasing their price and offer something different".. Most branded stuff is way overpriced anyway compared to the supermarket brands which can be just as good.

    Edited by: "jimbo23" 2nd Feb 2017
    3rd hottest deal of the day and it's a reduction in only 1 store!
    Voted cold to bring order to this chaos
    dowite001

    ​5.69 in my local tesco



    Same £5.69 in my local
    Full price in westbrom
    The first 500 people to claim can get a free box of 24 from topcashback (3 members of my family have had claims from earlier today go payable already)
    topcashback.co.uk/Sna…684
    None in Accringing store :-(
    jnigel26

    Our shopping bill has reduced! Is it a surprise, no. They won't even rise … Our shopping bill has reduced! Is it a surprise, no. They won't even rise after Brexit, there is simply too much competition out there. Look at the Marmite scare and others... all back to original prices or even lower in some supermarkets. THEY want your money and they have to fight for it. Bank of England just announced far higher growth for this year now! Like petrol, we are being ripped off currently, but it will come back down. None of it is sustainable.As for Weetabix, it's the best way to buy is in the 72 box ones. Weetabix is up for sale (company) - you do know like many Brit companies it isn't! 60 per cent of Weetabix is owned by the ...CHINESE! Like the business I'm in, it was once ALL British, the British names are retained but it's all owned by the FRENCH! We lost the plot somewhere along the line, but hey ho, it's what the packet of Weetabix costs you. Wait until they are at their cheapest - last pack 72 I bought was 3.99 in Morrisons. They last usually long enough till the next time they get reduced (and they will!) so no hardship - at all! Only the **** who buy at full price of between 6 & 7 quid a pkt of 72 lose out. That's their fault for not shopping around. Food today is cheaper than it's ever been - IF you shop around. Obviously, not everyone can do it, and I feel for them. If something is too dear or at it's usual rip-off price this week, DON'T buy it... wait and it will come down or be cheaper in another supermarket or shop. Guaranteed! It's a buyer's market today. If you can't see that, you'll get ripped off.Happy Days!



    ​really mine has gone up the things which have gone up but to name a few are these butter,milk, yoghurt,sugar,flour fish chicken and meat,potatoes,spinach,onions,coriander yes the last three usually go up every year but not by as much as this year spinach and coriander has never gone over 2 bunches for 1 pound this year it's gone upto 1 bunch for 1 pound. and so on I assume you haven't bought any of these in last few months then.
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