All Salmon Discounts, Offers and Sale - June 2018
(shock) that's ridiculous, such a waste. Glad you got them though (y)
Got my 8 vouchers today in 8 envelopes you would think they could have posted them in 1 envelope to save costs !
Thanks OP 8 vouchers collected.
I think not as it states they work with WWF on sustainability. if you want to read up about it you can go to their website and check this info here
are they still overfishing tuna with huge kill nets ?
This food is great. I have such picky cats and they all eat it. With joy!
21% chicken isn't much.
I've had this & the chicken flavour but my cats seem bored of it now...good price though :)
I realise that, just saying that this is a good price for a decent cat food. Took me a few different brands before I found one my cat will eat. I'm not sure about creme de la crem as royal canin are a bit coy on thier ingredients listing, but cat likes it, so that's good (amazon 10kg was approx £38). I also bought a 7.5kg of Applause 80% chicken thinking it was good quality, but my fussy cat would not touch it. If your cat will eat this, it's a good deal (y)
Your not going to get royal canin at this price point.in the cat food world royal canin is considered the creme de la creme
Unfortunately it's the parasites etc that are killing off our wild fish as they navigate past the fish farm pollution in the estuaries during their migration run. By supporting this cheap farmed fish meat it's incresing the problem until soon there will be no more wild Salmon. The Environment Agency have just announced a large no of our rivers are in crisis mode for the foreseeable future.
Im glad those pesky parasites are dead when I eat them (shock)
And smoking or cooking kills the parasites, as does freezing it at -18deg or lower for 7 days if you are wanting to eat it raw in sushi and the likes.
There was a massive queue at the fish counter on Friday when they had it for £7.50/kg!
I was just thinking that its usually farmed crap, not wild.
Is the Salmon Side fully filleted? At half as much again I would hope so...
These were available in the Burnley Store on Sunday they come prebagged up and they wont skin or bone it you have to take it whole and do it yourself
Dude how many more times...? (popcorn) (party)
Yes I've been waiting for the salmon deal in Tesco, they fillet for you.
Don't worry..that picture is true size :) to scale
Morrisons is always good value. I like to eat the salmon skin and heads especially the cheeks, gills and brain!
Max 4 per customer. Finishes on Monday
Tesco and ASDA are selling for 5.50. But Morrison’s is cheaper 5.00
Usually the offer last only for a week
Morrison’s cut the fish without charge.
I wish you could buy ungutted as I like fish roe. Ive tasted trout roe and it is delicious! Mackerel roe is nice too as is herring roe and cod roe and dab roe! I'll eat any roe!
Same price in Reading store
£7.50 1kg in Tesco, but fully filleted ready to eat.
I’ve seen it for the same price at mine, Old Kent Road.
was never available in my store because of beast from the east delivery problems
For me the salmon flavour is so good it needs no enhancement, that means no sauces or prepared with vegetables / fruits. Its just not necessary. I know people who have ketchup with it. Savages.
Serves 6-7?? Hmmm it served just me and the hubby (lol) (lol) haven’t moved since
Perfect. Bougt some yesterday. Dont forget only eat this stuff occasionally because of the high levels of Mercury and other impurities As for worms well, theres parasites in most fish. I certainly wouldn't eat it raw. I would advise to cook it well. I have a boat and fish a lot. You would be shocked as to how much garbage there is out there including sewage.
Thanks I shall have a look
Not really. These deals are repeated regularly now, so tend to be stocked quite well. Can be hit and miss dependent on the management of the store though. I've moved house recently and my new local Lidl regularly doesn't have the refrigerated weekend deals marked/stocked. Not sure why.
I haven't been to my local Lidl before on a Saturday morning when they do the weekend deals,and have always wondered does it get a bit hectic with people barging each other out of the way,I love smoked salmon,but would it be stressful and even a long wait to get in the shop?I bet some people get there a couple of hours before opening to stake an early place in the queue
Sounds good. But if it's anything like their weekend prosecco deal from a few months ago, then you can expect to queue for an hour before they open on Saturday morning, only to find they have sold out in the first 5 minutes...
sounds delish! I was actually going to buy some yesterday but i'll wait til the weekend now!
Um, depends what size tin, looks like about 200g in which case not the cheapest (Poundstretcher: £1.19), unless being skinless is important. Princes are only a budget brand in my book - I'd expect Lidl own brand to be at least as good. [vote reserved]
I do hope you find him a good friend. A cat rather then a kitten might be best but either way I'm sure you'll make it work. Good luck & enjoy the new family member.
Yes looking for a long term friend for my autistic child who has no friends or siblings
Thanks. Really helpful comments. My son is 10 and has autism. I was looking at more of a friend for him. He is 10 but actually is a 2 to 3 yr old mentally. So still in two minds. Ive personally had a cat when i was young and was heartbroken when he died. We had a litter tray but the cat was already trained when we got him
In addition to what Zuulan said above, do you also realise cats can live for over 20 years? So if you do get a kitten make sure you know it may be a 20+ year committment.
You should make sure you can give them the love & attention they need. An adult cat will be easier to look after and there's plenty that need re-homing. They don't need a cat flap, it's just convenient for those cats that like to wander out. Some cats can live 100% indoors though. Mine goes out for 5 mins a day, max. Kittens are likely to have more accidents then adults but provide them with a litter tray and they normally will naturally use it for their number ones and twos. You'll have to be prepared to change the litter often though and to scoop out their number 2's. From your nick I've noticed you're a mum but I wouldn't recommend a kitten if your child is very young. Kittens are not toys and are quite delicate, a young child may not apprepriate that.
avoid Salmon one, they changed recipe (2 years ago) and you must try if your cat would even touch it. Before that it was my cat's most loved food. Now, total crap, he doesn't even touch it. And I have 7.5kg of I cannot return (Amazon doesn't accept returns on Applaws) Free to desperate cat - seriously! just come and grab it.
Our cats eat better than us for most meals
My cat loves these. He's not fussy ;)
My cat would probably get sick of it well before she eat all 7.5 kg.
I've just done these sums and worked this out too. Cancelled my subs!
Sounds to me like a medical condition poor thing, a course of antibiotics will clear it up!
It really! She makes up for it with a good rack.lol
Hehe!!!!! My God. Must be awful working with her
Can't get enough tuna me...
was Was extra special one, not worth the price at all.
Bit of a generalisation. Which Asda one?
I find Asda's a bit tasteless, Im currently eating the Tesco one and its very nice.
Just picked the same thing up in my tesco ( Liverpool street station ) for £2.99
One pack digested, the other seven in the freezer. There was loads of the stuff on Monday. :D
I could confirm that it is available in store as well. At least I have seen it on one Tesco Extra in London.
It must be true. I've seen it on the internet, copied and pasted it.
Thanks but, NO THANKS!
Tescos - involved in every food scandal to date - horse meat, rejected Lidl Chickens sold as exclusive products and rancid turkeys. I have no faith in any of their products.
I thought it would finish on Christmas eve?
It’s beyond time this type of cheap salmon was banned. The polluting fish farms in our estuaries are decimating wild salmon on rivers here and in E.g. Norway. Production should be moved to captive onshore closed waters at the least.
Greetings, nice i like the extra crunch from the lice anyway and there full of protein, win win (highfive)
Good deal, but scrambled eggs not bagels for me!
Ah but those fish are rough and surly. ;)
That's what I thought, works out at 72p per pack. you can pay 80p or more per tin of pedigree and this stuff is so much better for your dog.
Very good price...average online price is around £18ish.
Exact same as me... I'm thinking ...ohhh, a diet I've not done yet...lol x
I was born blonde so may be why I thought it was a human food too !! I thought it was one of those prepared food diet plan things! lol
(lol) I reckon you could eat this stuff as it seems alot better made than what goes into tinned dog food from the supermarkets. I think if your pets worth it why not if you can give them the best.
You guys who got this did really well - not in my two local Tesco Extras :-( and yes I did check at the till just in case and it was £8.50
Newry store still £8.50, typical
Glad you got a good deal, it's still available near me so hopefully some people will still be able to get it cheaper :)
Got this yesterday at £4.25 in the Corstorphine, Edinburgh branch. That was the price on the shelf and at the till. Today it was £8.50. The non finest had also gone up from £3.25 to £6.50.
Paid £8.50 for this on Friday
Cheers mmmmmmmm :D
Amazing for new customers and I ve 7:50 off 50 aswell with me
Sure - the deal is really an add on item for customers that are doing their Sainsbury's grocery shop online Code SCSSEODEC gives £18 off £60 new account - which can be combined with the £5 dog food freebie code
Good one But have to spend min 40 I think for free delivery
Sainsbury's site says 1.4kg on the web page - but is 2kg in the url (mysupermarket is also saying 2kg) so hopefully should be 2kg of dog food