All Ice Cream Discounts, Offers and Sale - June 2020
Heat added OP great to see Aldi doing this
Really disappointed. I came into the thread to find out about rainbow coloured ice cream! :(
Always one isn’t there!
I am picking one up this weekend too, hopefully they still have em in stock :)
Nice gesture and sure my kids will go mad about rainbow ice-cream...
£2.35 is very cheap for a 1 litre tub of Kulfi.
I have been buying this every week for the past 8 weeks and it’s always been £2.35 everywhere
Here's something that goes hot and it is a deal. (lol) (lol) (lol)
Why has this even gone hot? It’s not a deal!
I have no idea what's in this stuff but it's very tasty (which probably means it's not good for us (annoyed) , but heyho. XD ).
All tills and normally a box on way out. More like a newspaper so you know what your looking for
Well yes, if you are not looking at the ingredients then of course traiditional ice cream is better. This has signifcantly reduced sugar and use alternatives which do affect the taste and texture. This is not really there to complete with normal ice cream. And of all the brands I have tried of reduced sugar/calorie ice cream, Oppo is by far the best.
Where do you get the magazine?
The salted caramel is one of the best low calorie ice creams I've ever had... Avoid the Raspberry!
ColorOS is a no buy for me
Still over priced! Far better things then these (y)
£1.50 in store if you use their £1 off voucher (expires 30/6/20). I got another caramel pecan tubwith mine today (cheeky) https://www.judes.co.uk/jgfp81m4lr
Wall's is not even allowed to call this an ice cream in some other countries like India due to the lack of proper milk and cream. Officially, it is a "frozen dessert".
I found a hair in mine. Avoid this at all costs
Jude’s is made mostly from fresh milk, cream, sugar and egg yolk. Wall’s contains powdered milk, water, palm oil, HFCS, and food colouring (amongst other nasties). No comparison really.
Anyone tried this? How is it compared to regular Walls vanilla?
Just to warn you, our last Ocado order replaced our usual choc ices with these, and they are Not Good.
I bought them from Calvert Lane in Hull 19p each or 8 for £1 😋😋😋
Saw them in Westhoughton Fulton Foods 6 for £1 today too!
25p for the one in Sheffield or 6 for £1. Note that it's only 36ml, which is much smaller than usual ice cream stick or cone available in Heron.
Lovely stuff. I also like how everything has to mention it's protein content these days. Last thing you're thinking over nuking down a whole tub of this. Voted hot (highfive)
2 for £1.50 in Heron Foods
Is there any cookies and cream available does someone know? Much prefer it
I bought some of this at this price in Farmfoods Walsall Leamore last week but they were almost sold out. No idea if any stock still left. tastes decent.
farmfood is cheaper, but not many all the flavour
Love the Coconut & Indian Mango.
£1.94 in Tesco atm
Going to try coconut one from FF if they have them
Farmfoods also have the fruit pastille lollies for a quid, normally £2.20 in Tesco!!
Currently 10.99 at Smyth's https://www.smythstoys.com/uk/en-gb/toys/fashion-and-dolls/l-o-l-surprise-/l-o-l-surprise-furniture-ice-cream-pop-up-with-bon-bon/p/183779?gclid=Cj0KCQjwlN32BRCCARIsADZ-J4toryu462qfpn-aVpqH9UKJVdEOPx17n8QtYxrKcw9xmZ8ehwcYi0waAtfwEALw_wcB
It’s up to £13.47 now
My kids will love this, Thanks!
Very interested in this tub. Had the three pack of ice creams sticks and they were fab.
Got to love Biscoff! 3 scopes Vanilla ice cream + 2 x heaped table spoons Biscoff + Milk then blend = Awesome thick shakes at home that are way better than any fast food shake. Will look out for this when Im next in store. Heated.
This ice cream is simply the best. I'm not even a huge fan of ice cream, but this is next level. Well worth getting if you can. The sticks are better than the tubs in my opinion. Heat!
Yeah, their website still says 500ml but they’re all 465ml now! At least at Morrison’s.
On subject of Ben and Jerrys I got these and made a very very nice profit ...
:/ :/ :/ :/
Heron foods £1.50 everyday
Oh, ok. The kebab shops do increase prices, but yeah, not by as much. They can afford to take the hit because they have a huge profit margin compared to fish & chip shops. It would be a guess at the profit on a portion of fresh chips, as there are so many variables, but a handful of frozen fries cooked in the cheapest oil is pence, whereas getting fresh potatoes, rumbling them, chipping them, keeping them fresh in water/dry white, and then frying them in beef dripping or other good quality oil is a totally different cost in product and labour. I would guess it’s less than 50p on that £1.45 price.
Ok fair point however t he place I was referring to also tell fish and chips but that’s besides the point , can you answer my question why don’t majority of other places do what Armstrong’s are doing? Do you think none of them are making a profit? Also can you take a guess on how much profit they make on selling a portion of chips?
You don’t seem to know much about the trade, and you’re making wild guesses. Fish & chip shops are pretty low margin to be fair, especially compared to things like kebab shops. Fresh fish and fresh potatoes cost waaaaaay more than kebab meat and frozen chips.
Why don’t the other 70% charge more than menu prices? I see some add 10-20% on the prices but Armstrong’s are taking the **** I think the reason why is restaurants and takeaways make huge profits on what they sell anyway eg portion of chips probably cost them 10p-40p to make and they sell them instore for £1.45 For them to use Uber eats they will take a small hit on the profits of £1.05 per portion of chips to gain EVEN more business than they would do with walk in which is a win win in anyone’s books but they cleary don’t want too Can you imagine how many order Armstrong’s would have if there prices were either same as instore or 10-20% increase compared to what there doing now... maybe they can’t handle too much orders so doing this gives them a steady amount of order per day My local kebab place stopped doing home delivery because they were too busy instore to deal with online orders and said they need to expand the kitchen and get more employees to start accepting delivery again. I think that makes more sense rather then doing what places like armstrongs is doing and losing customers.
slerp.com is one. The problem is that the big ones are firmly established, and people stick with the ones they know. Imagine a new social media app trying to take on Facebook and Twitter? People like the convenience of going to one app and having the restaurants offering their food to the customer, rather than hunting round individual sites. To be honest, a lot of take-aways near me have their own ordering service on their own website. It means they don’t have to pay ridiculous fees, and the customer gets a better deal. I got one at the weekend, and it was nearly half the price by going direct to the restaurants website. Interesting bit in an article I read about it: “When BBQ group Bodean’s closed one London site, owner Andrew Blais said he was making a mere £1 in every £10 on delivery orders.” It’s bad when the app owners make far more money from the food than the people sourcing it and cooking it.
Lol, so did I....😁
i thought you got a free netflix voucher with it .... ;(
Aldi has similar product which tastes the same and it's normal price £2 😁
Netflix and chill is new. And a smaller tub. I am sure b&j used to be 500ml
Ben & Jerry's selected flavours, mainly Cookie Dough, Birthday Cake and Phish Food along with some others are 2 for £5 in Farmfoods.
I agree seen iron man have a munch on these he didn't look to happy think lockdown has took its toll on him (cheeky) (shock)
Just be careful for the random pieces of metal inside
Missed the word mini from the title
Some of these have been recalled https://www.thesun.co.uk/money/11594176/mini-calippo-ice-creams-recall-metal/
These are so good, grab a box each time I'm in there :)
great price, i saw this at another supermarket at a higher price.
sold out at my farmfoods due to all the warm weather😣 but they very good😋
My friend was raving about these, she got hers from Heron. No Heron here so was waiting to find these in another shop to give them a try. Let’s hope my farmfoods shop has them!
They have the solid bit of chocolate at the bottom of the cone which is nice.
Sounds interesting, so looked for it when in Sainsbury's earlier and picked up one. :) . Heat from me, OP!
What exactly did you not like about the ice cream? It will be helpful if you could post the details.
This looks disgusting and it bad for you
Same in ASDA
Don’t bother with the salted caramel, bland bland bland, bland. Give yourself a treat with an Aldi salted caramel, very addictive.
It seems they sound better than they are. IMO the best icecream was Eton Mess, but this now seems to have been discontinued as an icecream :(
I found the Mango and Raspberry very sweet and sickly. I was expecting it to be quite refreshing, but it wasn't. I think it was down to the white chocolate and not the icecream itself.
Just was expecting a better taste, I was expecting more gooiness as someone else said. I like peanut butter, but this was a bit like eating a tub of it. Nothing special for the price I guess. Don't get me wrong I like peanut butter and like Reece's etc but was expecting more from a premium product.
The salted caramel one is lush
These arent worth more than 20p these days unless you like them in the oven.