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Best Lurpak butter at the COOP 2 X 250G for £3 or super price £2.70
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Found 4th FebFound 4th Feb
Best Lurpak butter at the COOP 2 X 250G for £3 or super price £2.70. To get the super price use your NUS extra card minus 10% (30p) block of butter £1.35
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jnigel264 h, 10 m ago

Lurpak is like Anchor - made by Arla. It's NOT butter! It's the same as …Lurpak is like Anchor - made by Arla. It's NOT butter! It's the same as the cheapest butter you can find unbranded - LOOK at the label and read the ingredients when buying butter. Majority will be 82 per cent butter. That's NOT butter, real butter is Irish or imo CORNISH or DEVON. Take Trewithen Cornish Butter (ALDI sell it too!) it's 92.2 per cent BUTTER! Not 80 or around that figure.The scared of 'fat'... arghhh 'fat!' brigade won't eat it, but that's probably because they are obese from eating anything but butter, they'd rather eat 'spreads' - oh dear, have you read the ingredients list in a spread? Ugh! It's as long as your arm! People have been scared to death of 'fat' since so-called 'healthy eating' began about 20 odd years ago and what has happened since people have been put off of 'fat'? They've all got fatter! Isn't that funny. You couldn't make it up.Anchor butter is no longer from NZ, it's made by Arla. Think about it, would you pay a premium price for Lurpak or Anchor if it said 'Arla Butter'? Of course you wouldn't, but that is exactly what you are doing. If you like butter, and I mean 'real' butter, pop into Aldi and get some Trewithen Cornish Butter and see what you've been missing. And you'll have some change to put back in your pocket. It's gone up (like all butter - nothing to do with Brexit. At all!) but not by a lot. Try it and then realise how you have been brainwashed. My neighbour swears by Anchor and still thinks it comes from New Zealand. Idiot. But then he moans about everything including Brexit. He voted Remain. What a surprise! [Image]


How about getting it right Trewithen is made with cow's milk and salt, and contains 80% fat. Just the same as all premium butters. You may like it, but it contains most of the same stuff as all butters. Of course butters do taste differently, but that's just what you prefer. Of course. If you want more fat forgo the salt and fat content rises to circa 82%.
Edited by: "compadre" 6th Feb
Lurpak is made in Denmark,Anchor is made in Wiltshire.
Lurpak is like Anchor - made by Arla. It's NOT butter! It's the same as the cheapest butter you can find unbranded - LOOK at the label and read the ingredients when buying butter. Majority will be 82 per cent butter. That's NOT butter, real butter is Irish or imo CORNISH or DEVON. Take Trewithen Cornish Butter (ALDI sell it too!) it's 92.2 per cent BUTTER! Not 80 or around that figure.

The scared of 'fat'... arghhh 'fat!' brigade won't eat it, but that's probably because they are obese from eating anything but butter, they'd rather eat 'spreads' - oh dear, have you read the ingredients list in a spread? Ugh! It's as long as your arm! People have been scared to death of 'fat' since so-called 'healthy eating' began about 20 odd years ago and what has happened since people have been put off of 'fat'? They've all got fatter! Isn't that funny. You couldn't make it up.
Anchor butter is no longer from NZ, it's made by Arla. Think about it, would you pay a premium price for Lurpak or Anchor if it said 'Arla Butter'? Of course you wouldn't, but that is exactly what you are doing.
If you like butter, and I mean 'real' butter, pop into Aldi and get some Trewithen Cornish Butter and see what you've been missing. And you'll have some change to put back in your pocket. It's gone up (like all butter - nothing to do with Brexit. At all!) but not by a lot. Try it and then realise how you have been brainwashed. My neighbour swears by Anchor and still thinks it comes from New Zealand. Idiot. But then he moans about everything including Brexit. He voted Remain.
What a surprise!


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britboy2814 h, 43 m ago

Yep. Due to an EU-wide production shortage.Basically, Russia banned EU …Yep. Due to an EU-wide production shortage.Basically, Russia banned EU diary products. It imported a fair amount of EU diary (30%+). This essentially dumped a ton of diary products in the EU which made it all super cheap a few years back (I think it was 85p for a 250g block of butter). So the EU intervened, and got it completely wrong. Now we have an under production which has pretty much doubled the price of the likes of Butter.


Butter prices have gone up worldwide. Not just the EU. I have family in Australia and the prices there have doubled.
squiby23 h, 29 m ago

Just as stunned as I was on the 24th June 2016


Yawn. The price of butter is nothing whatsoever to do with Brexit. It’s gone up by that much around the world. It’s to do with a major shortage of the part of milk that makes butter. Keep blaming it on Brexit though.
Lurpak Lighter Spreadable & Unsalted 500g, two for £4.50 @ Waitrose w/MyWaitrose card
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Found 7th JanFound 7th Jan
Lurpak Spreadable Unsalted and Lurpak Lighter Spreadable 500g are two for £4.50 (effectively £2.25 each) with Pick Your Own Offers. Offer on until 23 January. Cheapest elsewhere… Read more
Thanks for this. Wanted to try Lurpak but didn't want to spend stupid money.

Tried Norpak then regular organic butter which was a pain to spread...
-BA-4 h, 23 m ago

Tried the Aldi Norpak the other day @ £1.89. I don't think I will return …Tried the Aldi Norpak the other day @ £1.89. I don't think I will return to Lurpak.


Yep, I think it's the only Lurpak clone with the same butter content. Other own brands are horrible. Norpak has gone up in price quite a bit recently but still well under £2.

Can't understand why Aldi and Lidl are always called 'discounters' - it's the others which play games with dicounts, these two are just cheaper all the time (and often better quality).
Edited by: "Besford" 8th Jan
Tried the Aldi Norpak the other day @ £1.89. I don't think I will return to Lurpak.
Tescos version of this is £2.25 and the only one in my opinion that is comparable. Would recommend it if you haven't got a Waitrose near you
Many thanks op. Cracking price
Lurpak Butter on 2 for £3 @ Iceland
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As above
Put a bit in the microwave for about 5 seconds and it's as easy to spread as the spreadable stuff.
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pennyfarthing8822 h, 12 m ago

Yea I agree the spreadable is definitely worth it [Image]



That made me chuckle. A friend of mine can't butter bread to save their life and it reminded me of them.
On offer at coop, the 500g spreadable tun for £3
Why are these deal never at a store near me in Kent seems a complete waste of time posting £2.00 for 250 grms
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billicho1 h, 54 m ago

Seriously how is this getting so much heat? It’s always £6 per kg when on o …Seriously how is this getting so much heat? It’s always £6 per kg when on offer in any store! Would only get heat from me if it went back to £5 per kg prices just over a year ago


The price of Butter has gone up recently google.co.uk/amp…ion
Hence why this would be a good deal, my local sells 1 block for £2.25
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2 Lurpak  (250g) for £3 at coop
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Plus nus discount
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It's not spreadable it is the blocks
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The supermarkets change the deals on Wednesday
My partners mum's guilty pleasure. 'ere love, get thi gob round this Lurpak".
Plus nus discount. Unless you live in Lincoln
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d100154139 m ago

2 for £6 surely


Erm as they have bought four and it doesn’t come to £12, then, no.
Lurpak Butter, Slightly Salted or Unsalted (250g) Only £1.50: Save 45p @ Sainsbury's
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Lurpak Butter, Slightly Salted (250g) Only £1.50: Save 45p Lurpak Butter, Unsalted (250g) Only £1.50: Save 45p
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Lurpak has become very expensive as of late. Hardly any deals on it any more
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cullies14 h, 30 m ago

Why pay more for LurPack. Butter is …Why pay more for LurPack. Butter is butterhttps://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/products/290921181



Link goes nowhere?
cullies1 h, 4 m ago

Why pay more for LurPack. Butter is …Why pay more for LurPack. Butter is butterhttps://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/products/290921181

That was 89p less than a year ago, it was £1.40 last week, £1.33 the week before.
well to me : Chicken is chicken as well. Bread has no comparison, as there is so many types
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cullies36 m ago

Why pay more for LurPack. Butter is …Why pay more for LurPack. Butter is butterhttps://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/products/290921181

Butter is definitely not butter. That's like saying chicken is chicken or bread is bread.
Lurpak salted butter 250g for £1.50 @ Iceland Foods
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Lurpak butter salted 250g for 1.50@ Iceland Food
Butter has really shot up in price...
£2 in tesco now
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In a lot of the supermarkets lurpak has gone up to £2 a pack. So this offer makes it cheape
Why putting that as a deal ??? Totally normal price. And why people vote up. 200* crazy
Same price Sainsbury's
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Lurpak 500g 2 for £2 Fulton foods huddersfield
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Fulton foods have 500g of full fat slightly salted Lurpak 2 for £2 in date till 18.08.17. Suitable to freeze up to a year so I got a year's supply can't go wrong at £1each
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£1.29 in my fultons
everypennycounts3 h, 46 m ago

I have to disagree it's nothing like it and less butter in it like 40% or …I have to disagree it's nothing like it and less butter in it like 40% or something. But if that floats your boat it's on offer this weekend as part of their half price weekend offer only 79p

Each to there own, but it's still quite nice. The weekend offer you mentioned was for last weekend.
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garethcollins9253 m ago

Lidl do there own version of lurpack, a lot cheaper and I have to say it …Lidl do there own version of lurpack, a lot cheaper and I have to say it tastes very similar to lurpack.

I have to disagree it's nothing like it and less butter in it like 40% or something. But if that floats your boat it's on offer this weekend as part of their half price weekend offer only 79p
Lidl do there own version of lurpack, a lot cheaper and I have to say it tastes very similar to lurpack.
Lurpak 250g for £1.50 instore @Tesco
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Lurpak 250g butter for £1.50 @ Tesco
Butter is super expensive at the moment. If it carries on I reckon we will soon see smaller packs for the same price (as other food manufacturers have done recently). So buy it while you can and freeze it!
Some supermarkets it's £1.99 so it can be a good deal
Sorry lol typing error i meant £1.50p
i only buy the unsalted version when it's £150 or below
Lurpak 500g at Jack Fultons for £1
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Not sure if this has already been posted, hope not. Jack fulton are selling tubs of 500g lurpak for £1 and £1.29. They are selling Lurpak spreadable lightest. Olive oil and unsalte… Read more
Olive oil ones lovely,nice if your near a jack fultons
Hot. It's freezable too. Tried it just before Xmas and brought it out the other day. Seems fine to me.
Hot. It's freezable too. Tried it just before Xmas and brought it out the other day. Seems fine to me.
Lurpak finally back down to a reasonable price! Any 2 x 500g tubs for £4 @ Tesco
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Been waiting for Lurpak to come back down to this kind of price for ages. £2 a tub. Time to stock up!! Offer on until 13th June. Lurpak Lightest Spreadable 500G Lurpak Slightly S… Read more
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kpdchudleigh

If you check the labels I believe the Lurpak uses rapeseed oil but the … If you check the labels I believe the Lurpak uses rapeseed oil but the Lidl and Aldi ones used to use palm oil which damages the environment and isn't as healthy. Not checked for a while but know that used to be the case.


Aldi Norpak uses rapeseed oil not palm oil!
See Channel 4 tonight (May 29th) 8 pm, to see how Anchor Spreadable is made!
You'll find there's been research on seed oils and guess what....they not as good for you as real 100% butter

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andrsnh

Switched from Lurpak to Norpak a while back to save ££, tastes and looks t … Switched from Lurpak to Norpak a while back to save ££, tastes and looks the same.Ingredients look to be exactly the same so I wouldn't be surprised if it's manufactured by Arla for Aldi.



If you check the labels I believe the Lurpak uses rapeseed oil but the Lidl and Aldi ones used to use palm oil which damages the environment and isn't as healthy. Not checked for a while but know that used to be the case.
Lurpak 500g £2.50 at Asda
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Lurpak 500g tubs down to £2.50 from £3.25 at Asda, so a saving of 75p, the same as Tescos. Yes, it's not great, but moaning because it's not cheaper anywhere is pretty pointless.… Read more
smp

best butter



​this isn't butter it's a mix.
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weebigal

Better than Tesco, as they are offering 2 for £5, so you have to buy 2.



My local tesco had them priced individually at £2.50 actually, but not sure what the case is elsewhere.
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rogparki

These used to be £2 everywhere last year . £2.75 in Morrisons today B … These used to be £2 everywhere last year . £2.75 in Morrisons today Brexit starting to hit us where it hurts ..... In the wallet / purse oO



yeah, its not ideal at £2.50 (let alone the extortionate £3.25 its being for a while) but it seems the best you can hope for at the moment - even with all the usual suspects jumping on the reduced price Lurpak bandwagon.
These used to be £2 everywhere last year . £2.75 in Morrisons today Brexit starting to hit us where it hurts ..... In the wallet / purse oO
Edited by: "rogparki" 10th Feb 2017
best butter
Lurpak 500g 2 for £5 at Tesco, or £2.50 each as I found in local Metro store
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Just thought I'd spread (_;) the word... Tesco are doing £5 for 2 on their website, but it's £2.50 each in my local metro store, offer till 28/2/17. Not sure about all varieties … Read more
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shopaholic8

Checked my Lidl, they don't stock Lurpak so guess it's your luck whether … Checked my Lidl, they don't stock Lurpak so guess it's your luck whether your local stores have it or not.



.....and that's if you are lucky enough to have a lidl near you, lol. There's 3 tescos near me within walking distance, the nearest Lidl to me is miles away, and last time I visited one it was like a chaotic warehouse.
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senukas

Permanent £2.49 price in Lidl when there are no other promos around, … Permanent £2.49 price in Lidl when there are no other promos around, hence cold


Checked my Lidl, they don't stock Lurpak so guess it's your luck whether your local stores have it or not.
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izzuddin101

Same price in Asda. No need to buy 2.


Thanks, just added another listing so others know about it
Same price in Asda. No need to buy 2.
Permanent £2.49 price in Lidl when there are no other promos around, hence cold
1kg Lurpak slightly Salted spreadable £5 @ Morrisons was £6.20
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Currently the cheapest price for this size - same price at Sainsburys.
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does not seem to taste like it used to
£6.20 in Sainsburys today
Technical hot.
Haven't seen lurpak cheaper for a while. Usually stock up when I see the 2 for £4 offers on 500g ... but haven't seen em around.
Local Farmers Market....real homemade Welsh butter....not this zombie pap....no butter beats it or ever will
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djbenny1

I get the point - I was simply stating I like it but generally don't buy … I get the point - I was simply stating I like it but generally don't buy it because it's expensive.I hadn't voted either way.


Thank you. Sorry if I sounded tetchy.(_;)
Buy 2 for £4 - Lurpak @ Morrisons
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Buy 2 for £4. Order by 01/01/2017, offer subject to availability. Maximum 20 promotional items per customer.
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samani

Heat, same £5 for 2 in Asda


but these are £4 for 2
Usually always this price once a month. Lol
Asda have the 1kg for £3.50








Heat, same £5 for 2 in Asda
squiff

You need to put the size/weight of the tub in please..



500G - We got 2 yesterday
Lurpak slightly salted and unsalted block butter - 250g was £1.70 now on offer for £1 @ Tesco
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Cold...not Santa shaped
Lurpak is the best on toast :P
Christmas and real Lurpak - perfect
good price thanks op
Lurpak Slightly Salted Spreadable Butter (1kg) was £5.90 now £3.50 (Rollback Deal) @ Asda
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Lurpak Slightly Salted Spreadable Butter (1kg) was £5.90 now £3.50 (Rollback Deal)
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Why would you buy artifical product instead of cheaper, tastier and healthier regular butter? Costs about 80p/ 250g. Idk why people buy so much stuff that only resembles the real deal. Seriously.
utopiangames

We normally get 2 500g for a fiver so have some heat!



​2 500g for £4 at Tesco at mo.
neal

Kerrygold spreadable is 500g for £1.50 at Ocado (#justsaying) not as many … Kerrygold spreadable is 500g for £1.50 at Ocado (#justsaying) not as many stores though.....



​I didn't realise that this contained a very similar 63% butter content to Lurpak's. I might give it a try. Thanks.
£2.30 per kilo if you want to make your own spreadable butter 60% butter 40% oil
BUtter is betterer and cheaperer
Lurpak Unsalted and Slightly Salted Block Butter 250g £1 was £1.70 @ Morrisons
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This deal ends on Sunday 11th December Delicious butter and useful to be on offer in time for all your Christmas baking. Haven't tried it myself but apparently butter freezes well… Read more
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Georgedeals

Lidl is Cheap and lovely Butter, don't buy anything else, even at £1 this … Lidl is Cheap and lovely Butter, don't buy anything else, even at £1 this is too expensive, ALL COWS ARE EQUAL .



But two-headed GMO cows are doubly equal ;p
Lidl is Cheap and lovely Butter, don't buy anything else, even at £1 this is too expensive, ALL COWS ARE EQUAL .
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[quote=TKT97054]Would rate this as cold for it being unsalted... but that would be unjustified. Heat added. [/quoThank you. I agree by the way - of the two options available I prefer the slightly salted.
Would rate this as cold for it being unsalted... but that would be unjustified. Heat added.
No need to stock up. It's nearly always on offer in at least one supermarket.
Lurpak Slightly Salted & Unsalted Block Butter (250g) Save 70p was £1.70 now £1.00 @ Tesco
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These deals end on Tuesday 25th October Lurpak Slightly Salted & Unsalted Block Butter (250g) Save 70p was £1.70 now £1.00
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Saw this yesterday bought 2
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All the other major supermarkets are £1.25 / £1.35 or £1.50
Lurpak Slightly Salted and Unsalted Butter large 500g BLOCKS (not spreadable tubs) £2 down from £3.25 at Asda.
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Not the spreadable tubs, but blocks. 500g down to £2.00
jans

I see the part that said "I...a little bit at a time out of the fridge" … I see the part that said "I...a little bit at a time out of the fridge" somehow got by you there. Having said that, so did the education that should have afforded you the correct spelling for 'rancid.' As did the ability to post more than 9 deals in over 8 years. Try and post a few more deals yourself before you enter other people's deals trying to slate theirs with outdated and incorrect information.


There's no accounting for taste.... or lack of it.

All these people who have problems with butter must either keep their butter somewhere really cold, or way too warm.

I rarely keep mine in the fridge, just in a cool part of the kitchen.
Move it to somewhere warmer (like the table where you eat) shortly before you want to use it, and it will be easily spreadable, just like the watered down rubbish, only much better tasting.
bethtiger1973

Well you sound like a barrel of laughs.. why be so rude?



​who is this comment aimed at?
Well you sound like a barrel of laughs.. why be so rude?
Aldi's norpak is just as nice as the lurpak and it is only £1.49 for a 500g tub.
DominicPTS

I think the op is questioning why it's such a good deal when unbranded … I think the op is questioning why it's such a good deal when unbranded butter can be bought for less. People assume because it's branded Lurpak it's somehow better.



Funny, it's almost though there's such a thing as personal preference.
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