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Anchor Spreadable 500g, two for £3.70 @ Waitrose with MyWaitrose (and Pick Your Own Offer)
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Found 26th JanFound 26th Jan
Anchor Spreadable 500g is two for £3.70 with Pick Your Own Offers @ Waitrose. Very good offer, cheapest elsewhere is £2.50 each! Joining My Waitrose is free and you could simply… Read more
BigCheeseGlenni26th Jan

[Image] Guernsey milk has three times more of the beneficial essential …[Image] Guernsey milk has three times more of the beneficial essential fatty acid omega 3 than any other breeds of cowBy nature, the Guernsey milk also has a better balance of fatty acids than other milks, with test results showing it to have one part omega 3 to two parts omega 6, whereas all other milks are one part omega 3 to six parts omega 6.Highest beta-carotene percetage in the world. The Guernsey cow does not digest the carotene (that can be found in the grass) as opposed to other breeds of cows who do so partly or wholly. In her body the carotene is converted into beta-carotene and this why the Guernsey milk has such a very high percentage of beta-carotene (pro-vitamin A). This is converted into vitamin A in the human body (which strengthens the immune system and is important for eyesight, bones, teeth, skin and growth). The high percentage of carotene can also be seen in the skin and the fat resulting in a deep-yellow colour of the milk & cheese.


Thank you
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mk-donald2 h, 18 m ago

PYO 20% discounts always come off the UNIT price, either the SEL (Shelf …PYO 20% discounts always come off the UNIT price, either the SEL (Shelf Edge Label ie ticketed price) or if there's a yellow 'reduced' barcode sticker on the item, then off that yellow sticker reduced price.Hence £3.25 unit price = £3.25 * 20% * 2 = £1.30 PYO discounts.Multibuy discounts are completely independent of PYO so given normally ie 2 x £3.25 = £6.50 reduced to £5 by £1.50 saving.Hence £6.50 of items less £1.30 £1.50 = net £3.70 cost (net £1.85/item or a 43% saving over SEL)Tip: if you ever notice a vertical red bar down the SEL that should indicate that the line is included in PYO.You are entitled each calendar month to 10 changes of your PYO items.If you have the myWaitrose PYO App on your phone you can update your PYO picks in store (subject to how many changes you still have left) and as long as you have Confirmed the Unpick/Picks by the time you hit the tills you'll get the PYO 20% off!http://www.waitrose.com/home/mywaitrose/pick-your-own.html


Perfect - thank you!
Searcher24 h, 32 m ago

Anchor spreadable is 54% butter. Aldi Norpak is 64% butter - which is the …Anchor spreadable is 54% butter. Aldi Norpak is 64% butter - which is the same percentage as Lurpak - and is £1.89 all the time but you only need to buy one to get the price.


But the butter in Anchor spreadable is British, as is the rapeseed oil. I'm guessing the Aldi Norpak and Lidl Danpak use scandi butters. I prefer to support British farmers as much as possible, so always the Anchor or Country Life for me. There's also the fact that the retailer is British and more ethical, which are also important.

I appreciate that others will have other considerations.
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Super741 h, 17 m ago

They’re £3.25 each,the 20% PYO comes off the original full price. And then …They’re £3.25 each,the 20% PYO comes off the original full price. And then the £1.50 comes off. (The £1.50 is the discount you get when buying 2).


Yeah, like "stackable codes".
amz84uk1 h, 15 m ago

Waitrose are doing one for £3.25 or 2 for £5.The Pick Your Own gives 20% o …Waitrose are doing one for £3.25 or 2 for £5.The Pick Your Own gives 20% off, so how does this take it to £3.70? Shouldn't it be £4.00 for 2?



PYO 20% discounts always come off the UNIT price, either the SEL (Shelf Edge Label ie ticketed price) or if there's a yellow 'reduced' barcode sticker on the item, then off that yellow sticker reduced price.

Hence £3.25 unit price = £3.25 * 20% * 2 = £1.30 PYO discounts.

Multibuy discounts are completely independent of PYO so given normally ie 2 x £3.25 = £6.50 reduced to £5 by £1.50 saving.

Hence £6.50 of items less £1.30 £1.50 = net £3.70 cost (net £1.85/item or a 43% saving over SEL)

Tip: if you ever notice a vertical red bar down the SEL that should indicate that the line is included in PYO.
You are entitled each calendar month to 10 changes of your PYO items.
If you have the myWaitrose PYO App on your phone you can update your PYO picks in store (subject to how many changes you still have left) and as long as you have Confirmed the Unpick/Picks by the time you hit the tills you'll get the PYO 20% off!

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Anchor Butter block 250g £1.89 @ CoOp
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Found 19th JanFound 19th Jan
Not a bad price? As I had a £0.50 off voucher Ideal to shop local if you can not drive
sydney8713 h, 0 m ago

Cheapest in Costco but they come in 500g size only. Works out at about …Cheapest in Costco but they come in 500g size only. Works out at about £2.75 for 500g not sure if the exact price maybe someone could confirm.


Yes cheapest in Costco! It’s £2.79 for 500gms.
viniteng19th Jan

Not sure why it’s cold. I think it’s an amazing price


Maybe because it's cheaper almost everywhere else.
Not sure why it’s cold. I think it’s an amazing price
Cheapest in Costco but they come in 500g size only. Works out at about £2.75 for 500g not sure if the exact price maybe someone could confirm.
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Anchor butter salted 500g £2.79 at Costco
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Found 17th Dec 2017Found 17th Dec 2017
As per the subject, in store at Costco. Works out cheaper than the usual offer on the 250g which comes down to £1.50.
I should mention if you do make your own butter wash it once the buttermilk separates. Just put it under a cold tap and squeeze it then put it on greaseproof paper and roll it into a sausage.
yummy homemade butter with no preservatives, if you add salt it lasts a bit longer.
Keep your eyes peeled for cream reduced in the shops, you can usually get it cheap after Xmas.
Simply use an electric whisk on it for about 7minuites then you have butter and the water left behind is buttermilk.
pumpkinette30 m ago

http://uk.businessinsider.com/butter-shortage-why-prices-are-rising-and-supply-is-falling-2017-10About the butter shortage and why prices have gone up



Yes, more people are enjoying the benefits of drinking whole milk & eating butter now.
So there's less butterfat spare from skimmed milk to make into butter & cream.
Whole milk is only ~4% butterfat.

The price increase is purely down to supply+demand.
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tawse572 h, 8 m ago

Anchor STOPPED being made with grass-fed NZ milk years ago. It is just the …Anchor STOPPED being made with grass-fed NZ milk years ago. It is just the usual British or perhaps even EU milk now so you are just buying for brand name thinking you are getting that quality of years past.You would be better off buying a supermarket brand for much less money.



Anchor butter has been made with British milk, from British Arla dairy farmers, since 2012.

Arla is a farmer-owned dairy cooperative & so, as a coop, all returns from sales of all the products made from our milk is divided equally between us all & paid out as our milk price.

Anchor & a lot of the supermarket own brand butter is made at our Westbury processing.
Check out the code for Westbury on the butter packs ...

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candyman861 h, 23 m ago

When did Anchor stop using milk from grass fed cattle?! What other brands, …When did Anchor stop using milk from grass fed cattle?! What other brands, if any, use grass fed?


All British dairy cows are grass fed - it's the natural vegetation of Britain.

When grass quantity & quality allows (Spring-Autumn) most British dairy cows graze in fields. If they are indoors they are fed silage (preserved grass).

(USA cows are mostly corn fed)


Thank you to everyone who buys Arla products, your support is greatly appreciated.
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Anchor spreadable £3.70/kg @ Waitrose when 2 for £5 offer combined with 20% discount (of ORIGINAL) price with Waitrose Pick Your Own
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Found 14th Nov 2017Found 14th Nov 2017
There are various deals of 2 for £5 out there but at Waitrose if you select this as one of your up to 10 "Pick Your Own" choices you get an additional 20% of the original price de… Read more
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Coupon for 50p off Anchor Butter
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Found 26th Sep 2017Found 26th Sep 2017
Hi everyone This is the first time I have posted a deal. I hope I have done it correctly! You can print a coupon off from the Anchor website for 50p off butter. It ends after 9t… Read more
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Might be worth trying for another one of these - I just got one in OH's name. Coupon valid until 8th November.
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Thanks folks. Just to add that my coupon worked just fine in Tesco a short while ago
Thanks Nella52
Help with printing coupon please. Mobile validation link is not working
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Thank you very much, please could anyone tell me how to get the coupon by post I could not find how to contact them to even ask, much appreciated x
Get £1 off Anchor Spreadable via Printable Coupon!
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Found 10th Aug 2017Found 10th Aug 2017
Get £1 off Anchor Spreadable by printing your coupon via anchorgoodstuff.co.uk/coupon The promotion ends 28/08/2017 or after the first 5,000 coupon prints. The coupon is valid fo… Read more
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Thanks op, on offer £2.00 at Tesco
Edited by: "lugsy3" 10th Aug 2017
Cheerz me dearz, worked but only with phone verification.
Thanks OP worked great!
Thanx OP just finish scraping a tub out.
mivste7 h, 38 m ago

Sounded good but... seems I either have to give them my mobile phone …Sounded good but... seems I either have to give them my mobile phone number (why?) or download some exe file. No thanks!


Its to stop people like me printing a Tome of them off
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Anchor Spreadable (1Kg) was £5.60 now £4.00 @ Sainsbury's
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Found 30th Jun 2017Found 30th Jun 2017
This deal ends on Tuesday 18th July Anchor Spreadable (1Kg) was £5.60 now £4.00 (Not listed on the Sainsbury's Website but found on Mysupermarket.com) (Apparently also available… Read more
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Excellent find...just ran out of the ky so will stock up on this
Full of saturated fat . Eat in moderation
What's the mAh capacity of this and does it have QC3?
Thanks! Got 500g for £2 from Tesco yesterday (ends 4/7/17)
Anchor Spreadable + Anchor Lighter Spreadable (500g) was £2.90 now £2.00 (Rollback Deal)  @ Asda
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Found 29th Jun 2017Found 29th Jun 2017
Anchor Spreadable + Lighter Spreadable (500g) was £2.90 now £2.00 (Rollback Deal) Anchor Salted Butter (500g) was £2.90 now £2.50
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Heat added, good price. I bought a 1kg tub for £3.99 in Lidl yesterday for those who may have one nearby.
cburns

How can this spreadable still be classed as butter.....with 33% rapeseed … How can this spreadable still be classed as butter.....with 33% rapeseed oil and only 54% milkButter has milk fats usually at least 80%...;)



It isn't butter, it's a low fat spread. Anchor themselves brand it as "Anchor Spreadable"- they can't use the word "butter". The confusion is caused by ASDA who are mistakenly (perhaps illegally) describing it as a butter. The OP has then copied and pasted from the ASDA website.
How can this spreadable still be classed as butter.....with 33% rapeseed oil and only 54% milk
Butter has milk fats usually at least 80%...;)
Anchor Spreadable 500g £1.42 @ Waitrose when 2 for £4 combined with PYO 20% discount
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Found 19th May 2017Found 19th May 2017
Combine purchase of 2 for £4 with PYO 20% discount and it works out at £2.84 for two 500g tubs which is cheaper than the original price of £2.90 for one tub before discount. It is… Read more
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See Channel 4 tonight (May 29th) 8 pm, to see how Anchor Spreadable is made!
thanks
You should prob change the deal price to £2.84 since you have to pay that much (for two).
Does anyone still say this in the voice of a cow, I know I do?
Anchor Spreadable - 2 x 500g for £2.84 with PYO at Waitrose
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Found 22nd Feb 2017Found 22nd Feb 2017
500g tubs of Anchor Spreadable are on a 2 for £4.00 deal at Waitrose. The Tubs are also included in their Pick Your Own (PYO) offers and this means you get a discount of £1.16 if … Read more
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why expired sure this is still live?
Heat added. Was going to post this deal myself but you beat me to it. PYO deals are a great way to keep your grocery bills down - just need to remember to check regularly to see what's included. Very frustrating when you miss a deal like I did on this one yesterday.(_;)
ClashInDevon

You need to get a free My Waitrose card and register it online to take … You need to get a free My Waitrose card and register it online to take advantage of Pick Your Own offers. The way Pick Your Own works is explained on the Waitrose website. Link.The 20% discount is applied to the full price of the items. These tubs are £2.90 each, so you get a discount of £1.16 when you buy 2 and this is on top of the £1.80 deduction for the 2 for £4.00 offer.



Thank you so much
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Username18

Thank Op for posting this deal but please can you explain what is pick … Thank Op for posting this deal but please can you explain what is pick your own and how does the discount apply as it shows at 2for£4 on their website



You need to get a free My Waitrose card and register it online to take advantage of Pick Your Own offers. The way Pick Your Own works is explained on the Waitrose website. Link.

The 20% discount is applied to the full price of the items. These tubs are £2.90 each, so you get a discount of £1.16 when you buy 2 and this is on top of the £1.80 deduction for the 2 for £4.00 offer.
Thank Op for posting this deal but please can you explain what is pick your own and how does the discount apply as it shows at 2for£4 on their website
2 X 500g Anchor Spreadable Butter for £2.84 @ Waitrose with PYO Card
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Found 24th Aug 2016Found 24th Aug 2016
On offer at 2 tubs for £4 but with a My Waitrose card and added as one of your favourites they come down to £2.84 for 2 = £1.42 each. Asda £3.25 each Morrisons £3.24 each Sainsbur… Read more
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Great deal thanks
and the lurpack - similar offer
still good deal
Its not Butter !!
thankyou for posting this great deal
Anchor Butter - Salted / Unsalted (250g) was £1.75 now 2 for £2.00 @ Iceland
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Found 28th Jul 2016Found 28th Jul 2016
Anchor Butter - Salted / Unsalted (250g) was £1.75 now 2 for £2.00 Achor Spreadable (500g) Tubs were £3.00 each now 2 for £4.00 Sainsbury's was £1.50 now £1.00 Ocado was £1.50 n… Read more
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Isn't butter just butter....don't understand any brands being able to charge premium prices for any mass produced butter, if it's hand churned by the local milk maid then however I'll pay extra.
£1.00 a piece in Saintsbury's.
Why is this so hot? Its an average price for an average butter.
Tubs are NOT butter but oils, buttermilk and a small amount of butter made to fool people into believing they are buying spreadable butter which actually does not exist and making bigger profits
Edited by: "sowotsdis" 28th Jul 2016
These are not really deals.
I shop at Sainsbury's (because its close) and the tubs alternate between £2.00 a tub then up to £4 a tub then 2xtubs for £4 and then back to £2 a tub. I just buy when its the £2 price.
Supermarkets just taking us all for idiots with their 'Offers'

Anchor Butter instore at Nisa for £1
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250g Anchor butter for £1 at Nisa Shop, Wigan road, Leyland. Check your local Nisa shop for this bargain.
Kill yourself by eating saturated fat because it's free or very cheap.
Also at Morrisons
Stock up. Cream prices have gone up 30% in last few weeks. This will have a knock on effect on butter prices. It may be a blip, but butter freezes well, so stock up. I prefer country life though!
Also £1 @ Tesco till 21/6/16 nationwide.
good find op, heat added
Anchor butter (500g) £2 Asda/Tesco
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Asda/Tesco have dropped price for Anchor butter!
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reshmapatel83

​That isnt true-i went to morrison and wasn't the case!


My apologies, you are quite correct. I was Morrisons own brand we bough (which is every bit as good as Anchor, btw). Anchor is the same price as Asda/Tesco - £1 for 250g ... groceries.morrisons.com/web…IEW
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neilmacdonald716

Standard price for 250g in Morrisons is 87p - or £1.74 for 500g. Been … Standard price for 250g in Morrisons is 87p - or £1.74 for 500g. Been that price for quite some time.Cold, I'm afraid.



​That isnt true-i went to morrison and wasn't the case!
Standard price for 250g in Morrisons is 87p - or £1.74 for 500g. Been that price for quite some time.

Cold, I'm afraid.
anchor butter 500g £2.00 @ Asda
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anchor butter 500g ...... as it says on the packet.
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I'd rather pay the extra for Lurpack - tastes much better.
This is the big one! Great find!! Heat
It's not made in NZ anymore
I buy Lurpak butter for £2.09 it's much better then anchor
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saaj786

£1 in tesco



for half the amount
Anchor Butter 250g £1 online @ Tesco
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Anchor block butter 250g, £1 at Tesco, instore and online.
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Yeh I noticed that... personally there's no substitute for Anchor Butter for me. Though no doubt that's a great deal...
It's a good price but unfortunately its competing with this (very hot) deal :-

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...usually £1.50
Anchor butter 500g for £2.00 in morrisons
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Anchor butter 500g for £2.00 in morrisons other stores it seems to be for over £3.00 I can't seem to find it online.
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CockneySpur

I will use correct grammar when I am speaking to someone with the … I will use correct grammar when I am speaking to someone with the intellectual ability to understand it - but while I am dealing with one of life's lesser beings I will be considerate enough so as not to make them feel inadequate (I fear I have failed though with you)


Your cognitive dissonance is unparallelled!
mcormack

I don't need to comment, the evidence above is sufficient. Now off you … I don't need to comment, the evidence above is sufficient. Now off you trot to the pub with the lads! Ha.



I will use correct grammar when I am speaking to someone with the intellectual ability to understand it - but while I am dealing with one of life's lesser beings I will be considerate enough so as not to make them feel inadequate (I fear I have failed though with you)
CockneySpur

grammar, are you really going there?? Yep, i was right - braindead


I don't need to comment, the evidence above is sufficient. Now off you trot to the pub with the lads! Ha.
mcormack

Cockneys are cute when they speak, however, you have displayed a total … Cockneys are cute when they speak, however, you have displayed a total lack of grammar in your written piece. Keep the ignorant, ignorant! (Plato) concentrate on yelling at football matches you ignoramus.



grammar, are you really going there?? Yep, i was right - braindead
CockneySpur

sorry - still don't get it - maybe its down to the fact that my still … sorry - still don't get it - maybe its down to the fact that my still superior than your IQ is stopping me from understanding the inane meanderings of one that is one step above braindead


Cockneys are cute when they speak, however, you have displayed a total lack of grammar in your written piece. Keep the ignorant, ignorant! (Plato) concentrate on yelling at football matches you ignoramus.
Anchor Butter -Salted or Unsalted (250g) was £1.70 now £1.00 @ Morrisons
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Anchor Butter -Salted or Unsalted (250g) was £1.70 now £1.00
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greyhound11

Well Newbold reckons Aldi butter is Country Life in disguise at about 75p … Well Newbold reckons Aldi butter is Country Life in disguise at about 75p for 250g. Interesting I am going to try....


The Aldi salted is indeed Country Life (same code on packs) and the unsalted is unsalted Anchor (same code on packs).
regcar

Are there any experts on butter here? Is there any real difference … Are there any experts on butter here? Is there any real difference between different brands, and prices of butter. I just use the ASDA/Sainsburys own brand at around 87 pence. Looking at the ingredients I cannot work out any difference. Perhaps the dearer brands come from a higher social class of cow?



Aldi butter for 75p just as good IMO.
regcar

Are there any experts on butter here? Is there any real difference … Are there any experts on butter here? Is there any real difference between different brands, and prices of butter. I just use the ASDA/Sainsburys own brand at around 87 pence. Looking at the ingredients I cannot work out any difference. Perhaps the dearer brands come from a higher social class of cow?


Well Newbold reckons Aldi butter is Country Life in disguise at about 75p for 250g. Interesting I am going to try....
Are there any experts on butter here? Is there any real difference between different brands, and prices of butter. I just use the ASDA/Sainsburys own brand at around 87 pence. Looking at the ingredients I cannot work out any difference. Perhaps the dearer brands come from a higher social class of cow?
Used to be my favourite butter but it's tasted awful since it was taken over by Arla. Given that it doesn't come from New Zealand any more i think £1 is about the right price for it without the benefit of an offer.
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