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Yorkshire tea bags 120 pack for 75p @ Tesco
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Yorkshire tea bags 120 pack for 75p @ Tesco

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Yorkshire tea bags 120 pack for 75p at tesco extra cumbernauld! Not sure if nationwide.

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39962647-MTfQg.jpgBeen to my local tesco and it’s £2.99 here. Same barcode
This site is so good for my geography. So many areas I had no idea existed!
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Ha ha. Doubt it's nationwide. Please post any other sightings. Great deal btw.
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Ha ha. Doubt it's nationwide. Please post any other sightings. Great deal btw.
I seen another post on here where these were down to £1.50 in tesco reduced to clear but havent seen them this cheap before. Maybe doing away with that package size
It's defo nationwide
Great spot HOT
Sadly not in Tesco Cradley Heath, a different offer!
Lucky 🐮 jealous.... A good brew heated
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Did you buy any, OP ?
Lucky locals, to far away for a wipeout mission !
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Oh need some
fantastic buy well done x
39962647-MTfQg.jpgBeen to my local tesco and it’s £2.99 here. Same barcode
I just got some shettleston glasgow store says 1.50 went through at 75p
Just to a superstore full price 😡
Full price in my Tesco extra
This site is so good for my geography. So many areas I had no idea existed!
@spiffingbrit
Sorry, voted hot by mistake.
This site should have "reduced to clear" and "local find" tags for posts.
Glasgow Maryhil showing 75p too
And Glasgow st rollox
Shetlestn extra too

And silverbrn
Edited by: "fattyflumpalump" 23rd Feb
Anyone been to Gateshead or Kingston Park yet?
Not in my nearest store, Leeds still 2.99
Quali-TEA offer
happy201423/02/2020 08:49

Not in my nearest store, Leeds still 2.99


Think these are on a 2 for £4
Hot! Are people only finding these in Scottish Tesco stores?
Not in central London.

Kindest regards
rockyroad122/02/2020 20:55

This site is so good for my geography. So many areas I had no idea existed!


Like Yorkshire??
amandalaw98622722/02/2020 15:12

I seen another post on here where these were down to £1.50 in tesco …I seen another post on here where these were down to £1.50 in tesco reduced to clear but havent seen them this cheap before. Maybe doing away with that package size


I checked when the £1.50 offer was posted and ALL my local stores still had them at £2.99...... so I hold out absolutely no hope that any will have them at 75p now.
Maybe just in stores in Scotland.?
doubleuc22/02/2020 15:17

It's defo nationwide


You said, It's defo nationwide"
What did you use to inform you this at the time of your comment please?

Her_Indoors23/02/2020 11:57

I checked when the £1.50 offer was posted and ALL my local stores still …I checked when the £1.50 offer was posted and ALL my local stores still had them at £2.99...... so I hold out absolutely no hope that any will have them at 75p now. Maybe just in stores in Scotland.?



happy201423/02/2020 08:49

Not in my nearest store, Leeds still 2.99



steveblackman22/02/2020 20:48

Full price in my Tesco extra



Roro8822/02/2020 18:26

[Image] Been to my local tesco and it’s £2.99 here. Same barcode

splender23/02/2020 12:15

You said, It's defo nationwide"What did you use to inform you this at the …You said, It's defo nationwide"What did you use to inform you this at the time of your comment please?


Why does it matter?
Edited by: "steveblackman" 23rd Feb
steveblackman23/02/2020 12:17

Why does it matter?



1. People feel happier with information.
2.Additionally, people make an informed probability decision as to whether to go to a Tesco Extra, or look out for it.

Do these count as good common sense answers to your question, "Why does it matter?"
splender23/02/2020 12:21

1. People feel happier with information. 2.Additionally, people make an …1. People feel happier with information. 2.Additionally, people make an informed probability decision as to whether to go to a Tesco Extra, or look out for it.Do these count as good common sense answers to your question, "Why does it matter?"


Not really, because (1) The original information has been confirmed by myself and others to be inaccurate. Finding the source of the information isnt going to change or benefit no one.
(2) r.e informed decision, see (1)
steveblackman23/02/2020 12:34

Not really, because (1) The original information has been confirmed by …Not really, because (1) The original information has been confirmed by myself and others to be inaccurate. Finding the source of the information isnt going to change or benefit no one.(2) r.e informed decision, see (1)



Not really to you, but you don't speak for the other readers on this forum.

So why does it matter to you to ask me then, because as you said you had decided it was inaccurate ?

As it stands in this point in time, this offer is still set by OP as "Available: National" rather than "local".

You said, "Finding the source of the information isnt going to change or benefit no one.(2) r.e informed decision, see (1)"

If the source said nationwide, then any customer could ask Tesco staff to adjust the price downwards.
splender23/02/2020 12:47

Not really to you, but you don't speak for the other readers on this …Not really to you, but you don't speak for the other readers on this forum.So why does it matter to you to ask me then, because as you said you had decided it was inaccurate ? As it stands in this point in time, this offer is still set by OP as "Available: National" rather than "local".You said, "Finding the source of the information isnt going to change or benefit no one.(2) r.e informed decision, see (1)"If the source said nationwide, then any customer could ask Tesco staff to adjust the price downwards.


The source was an assumption. Does that help?
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