Even if you use half a tin it's still worth the cheap price
I know that, but not everyone can use a full tin in small portions in the fridge in the time recommended to store them once opened. These are ideal for 1 or 2 people or diabetics like me who have them as an occasional treat and find the large sizes to big and end up getting thrown away once opened. There's a market for these, the big sizes aren't practical for everyone even if they are cheaper
6x415g is £2.66 https://www.amazon.co.uk/Heinz-Baked-Beanz-Tomato-Sauce/dp/B015O5CUZ8/ref=sxts_sxwds-bia-wc-rsf2_0?cv_ct_cx=baked+beans&dchild=1&keywords=baked+beans&pd_rd_i=B015O5CUZ8&pd_rd_r=1c3d7572-1a4f-475b-8a19-a48681d9c72f&pd_rd_w=iLZAO&pd_rd_wg=E9VK7&pf_rd_p=d376e067-c66f-46f0-9523-81ccf03f97b9&pf_rd_r=MB5A61VPDCGK50FCFGT4&psc=1&qid=1616443723&sr=1-2-1c831306-beaa-434c-8db9-0c15245afe75 Much better value
£1.06 S&S ;)
Posted 22nd MarPosted 22nd Mar
Heinz Baked Beanz Tomato in a rich tomato Sauce, 415g (Pack of 6) - £2.66 Prime/+£4.49 Non Prime @ Amazon£2.66Amazon Deals
£2.26 with S&S Baked Beanz in a deliciously rich tomato sauce Naturally high in fibre and protein Naturally low in fat and low sugar No artificial colours, flavours or pr… Read more
If you don't have Prime and don't have an existing S&S order then you will be charged postage fee on your first S&S order but the next month postage will be free.
That’s what I didn’t understand from the other person, so was asking if I’m missing something here as the deal posted said Prime and non-prime but they stated you don’t need Prime and have items on subscribe and save. Not sure how you get Prime prices with subscribe and save as I thought it’s kind of like Tesco’s Clubcard to get items at lower prices? I must of missed something somewhere but look next time.
If you don't have prime, then pretty much most amazon deals aren't going to work out a good deal becadue of postage costs. I don't know what the charge is for s&s for non prime members, but I know the usual delivery fee is typically £4.99 for non prime member orders. I've had prime for years now and place hundreds of orders each year so I'm certainly getting my money worth of my prime fee. For anyone with prime, amazon deals like this can work out great value, unfortunately if you don't have prime then they won't, that's the benefit of prime
Then it is as I explained. So unless you order other items or order 8 or more of these for free delivery then you have agreed what I have already posted. Amazon free delivery has always been for total over £20 unless you know something I don’t. So like for like, this doesn’t beat Iceland’s price or other places. I also explained Iceland are always sending out £5 off and that would be like for like on what you commented with, but then again still arguable unless Amazon prices are better on the items. Even Amazon state that delivery charges may apply on first order, hence why you have an advantage if you’re Prime or you want more than £20 worth of items. Hope that explains it better.
You might still have been able to get them. Just check on a pretend uploading a receipt before you buy in store to check if they show as having been on your offers list that day.. Maybe it was very popular and they ran out. I made a special trip to asda which I don't normally go to because I had so many Checkoutsmart freebies on offer lol.
Posted 22nd MarPosted 22nd Mar
Heinz Baked Beanz Tomato in a rich tomato Sauce (415g) Pack of 6 for £3 delivered (+£4.49 Non Prime) @ Amazon£3Amazon Deals
Heinz baked beans don't just taste great, but are nutritious too; high in fibre, high in protein and low in fat, as well as contributing to 1 of your 5 a day. Pack of 6 - £3 B… Read more
No problem, and absolutely no need to apologize, we are all entitled to a point of view...Horses fer courses, but just for the record how I spend MY time is for me to worry about, and I fer 1 am happy to scroll if it increases my chances of getting "that deal". Just sayin.
Then the numpties win, don't you see. If you think you have a deal you should post it, and if only one person likes what you post (and or benefits from it) JOB DONE (y) I believe posts are often removed not because OF the post/deal, but because it WAS reported, and some brainless wonder (aka a Member Of DerManagement) simply removed it without actually checking it out. OH and Dawsy me ol mucker, a friendly word of advice...no more talk of getting banned eh, because IT COULD GET YOU BANNED (lol)
I couldn't disagree more, I'm sorry, but even scrolling it is a matter of time. Why would not HUKD allow the deals posted when is about some good ones from ebay, while I don't care who's selling them if there's a real bargain indeed? Why not posting about incredible trades achieved in car boot sales then?
I don't think you can hide all instore deals. But on the filter there's Hide Local Deals which should end up cutting out most instore-only deals as non-local deals tend to be from larger companies so are normally available online as well (unless clearance).
I saw some heated comments about some deal posters getting deals removed and the removal reason was due to covid etc, yet other similar deals were allowed on from the same shopping chain. I'm not going to post a deal just to have it removed. I'd probably get banned for posting it knowing my luck or someone will report it for some reason. I'm tired of my most likes comments getting removed. Pointless giving someone more reasons to moderate me.
Posted 17th FebPosted 17th Feb
No Added Sugar Heinz Beanz Snap Pots 200g (Pack of 4) - £1.67 (Prime) + £4.49 (non Prime) at Amazon£1.67£2.4933% offAmazon Deals
S&S available for all accounts plus 30% off voucher if you have a first time S&S delivery on your account 1 of your 5 a day (4 x 200g) Contains no added sugar- contai… Read more
I bet Yakov “Yasha” Eliashberg is terrified of losing his crown.
There are beans and then there are beanz.
Each to their own but here is a comparison from Good House Keeping: https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/uk/food/food-reviews/g31112479/best-baked-beans/
I just posted the same in the Branston thread! Aldi all the way now (y) Heinz are vile.
I found this as well, Branston beans became watery and harder than before, so went onto supermarket own brand for a while. However after I had a couple of batches of them that were not as nice, I bought some Branston last week from Asda and they were back to normal quality. (shock)