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Jam Out There Active Noise Cancelling On-Ear Bluetooth Headphones instore at Tesco for £7.50
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Posted 14th JulPosted 14th JulLocalLocal
DEAL AVAILABLE IN-STORE IN TESCO. (May be local) Just picked up the 'Jam Out There Active Noise Cancelling On-Ear Bluetooth Headphones' in blue for £7.50, these are currently £59.… Read more
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BestDealsRob

Worth a shot though!

SecondOne

Yellow sticker, so won't be everywhere

BestDealsRob

Thanks!

sweetdgtani

Nice find 👌🏻

BestDealsRob

This was in the Castlereigh Road store, not sure if it was just there or if it applied to all stores. :)

Whole Earth Peanut butter 340g £2 @ B&M
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Posted 14th JulPosted 14th Jul
Whole Earth Peanut butter on offer at BnM bargains for £2 for both smooth and crunchy. Smooth also available for £2 at Tesco if that's easier to get to for you (y) https://www.te… Read more
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snakeyjane

I like the Whole Earth PB and thought they used sustainably sourced palm oil?! Tried that Meridien stuff and it was slop! Never tasted anything so awful. Took it back and got a refund.

BrightLights1969

Aldi's also now do a palm oil free range of smooth and crunchie peanut butter. Plus no sugar.

don_05

lots out there I've had this a few times

marylandcookie

Thanks, Which one would you recommend?

don_05

Contains palm oil stay away just look at the ingredients if it has anything other than peanuts its most likely not good for you

Hi-pro Crunchy Peanut Butter 454g £1 instore @ Fulton Foods
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Posted 13th JulPosted 13th JulLocalLocal
It's 100% peanuts but not in the convential way. Made from 77% peanuts, peanut flour and peanut oil.
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CardboardCutout

Peanut flour IS peanut dust right...?

CardboardCutout

You've both made assumptions without reading the ingredients listed in the description of this deal. Could you please read these ingredients: Roasted Peanuts (77%), Roasted Peanut Flour, Peanut OilFull product information

essjay_22

a ten second google says no it doesn't

stevesteca

Thanks for SPREADING this about. I will give it a go. Heat Added

21benson

The only thing it's missing is Peanut dust

Reece's Peanut Butter Big Cup 39gx16 £7.06 at Amazon (Prime / £4.49 Non Prime)
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Posted 13th JulPosted 13th Jul
I had these in my want list for some time and the cheapest I had ever seen them until today was £9.60. Today they are £7.06 and three camels show they are much cheaper than they ev… Read more
Norseg

So you didn't? It's still £7 if you use £5 promo/gift card

Supremo87

Almost went for this but there's a better offer at Tesco, 3 for £1.20 on the bars and 3 packs of the regular Reece's pieces. You'd be getting more for your money with that deal, unless you're specifically after the 'big cup' variety.

DeadGirlSuperstar

Great deal... but I mustn’t... I won’t. These are like crack to me :o

sAmeri

Yep.

PhoenixS

How, did you have promo credit?

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Amazon Echo Dot (3rd Gen) + 10 Pack of 6 Nutella B Ready Bars  (or other items) + Free 2 Hour Delivery - £20.79 for New Prime Now Customers
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Posted 12th JulPosted 12th Jul
i just got 1x amazon echo dot (3rd gen) + 10 pack of 6 nutella b ready bars and pack of bagels (i really wanted a bagel) plus free 2 hour delivery for £20.79 the nutella bars are… Read more
dragonfury

All the £1.50 items have been removed!

woodface7

Anyone found an expiry date for this 10now40 deal?

Mendoza

I still can’t get my head around how to do this, I wouldn’t mind the Nutella bars & the echo but I could do with some of those smart lightbulbs

jamie15

Look for items that are on buy 10 for £10 off and on 3 for 2, these stack which gives the cheapest prices. I got my price down to £16.50 but didn't order.

Afrim_Ramaj

Cheers Jamie Just have to work out how to order over £40 worth of stuff and pay £20 Thanks

Nutella 1kg jar £3.39 @ Costco 15/7/19 - 4/8/19
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04/08/2019Expires on 04/08/2019LocalLocalPosted 11th JulPosted 11th Jul
Nutella big 1kg family pack £3.39 @ Costco 15/7/19 - 4/8/19. Not sure if this is an error because the current offers (voucher books) is still valid until 21/7. Does Costco o… Read more
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fergies_army

;( ;(

Kingydaman

Bore off

fergies_army

Yawn

PizzaTheHutt

My fav choc spread right now is ASDA's salted caramel.. its a mere £1.15 for 400g and greatest chooclate spread I've tasted

jhyniven

The Kirkland own brand doesn’t have palm oil in either

Whole Earth Peanut Butter (1kg) - £4.99 Instore @ LIDL
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Posted 11th JulPosted 11th JulLocalLocal
1kg of smooth or crunchy peanut butter at Lidl £4.99
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Rhythmeister

If we obtained milk from Orangutans the momentum would be much greater I suspect but alas, cows are deemed merely economically exploitable ;(

take_a_look

Bulk Powders carry out regular discount events every 2 - 4 weeks, a nice chance to stock up.

smokeycat

I don't think scienctist issue above in this thread is environmental, there concerns over eating palm oil. Remember not all oils are good for you.

smokeycat

Sustainable yes but it's still Palm oil. Just Google potential HEALTH dangers of eating it

mah624

People who say you only need 100% peanuts, fair enough. I wanted to get my wife some (e.g. Pic's) but she doesn't like the taste. She does like this though. Please remember the environmental impact for cattle is much much worse....

Cocoa Peanut Butter Balls (Reece's Puffs) - £1.49 instore @ Aldi
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Posted 10th JulPosted 10th JulLocalLocal
Cocoa Peanut Butter Balls, now available in Aldi for £1.49. These are like for like Reece's Puffs cereal (usually around £5-£7 in the UK) Aldi
becca1988

Love these :)

gazjon

They are certainly different, but I enjoyed them after trying them a couple of times.

fireman1

I got the cinnamon squares last time thinking they would be like a more authentic curiously cinnamon. They were god awful, straight in the bin.

eliHd452

What's the macros on these?

Tic174

I got some, they don't taste exactly the same but still really moreish :D

Marmite Crunchy Peanut Butter 225G @ Tesco - £2.50
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Posted 9th JulPosted 9th Jul
Peanut butter with yeast extract fortified with B vitamins. unique and delicious breakfast spread which will add a new twist to your taste buds!! Marmite Peanut Butter Crunchy is… Read more
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codfishsteve

Love Marmite and peanut butter sandwiches - Marmite on one side, peanut butter on the other. Don't know what this tastes like, but it's a small jar, 225 grams compared to the standard 340 gram peanut butter jar, so I don't think it's really good value, compared to making your own.

jamesisasecret

Anyone actually like this? I don't want to pay £2.50 if it tastes like crap.

tommytbone1

This coffe tastes like (poo)

21benson

stealth666

This looks great... love mm and pb

Marmite XO relaunched £3.99 @ Tesco
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Refreshed 8th JulRefreshed 8th Jul
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2019/jul/07/breakfasters-divided-again-with-relaunch-of-marmite-extra-old ''Marmite lovers are in for a treat as an extra strong version of t… Read more
davidridge1

Both.

Mr_Gus

Actually, award winning!

PlantBuilt

Tbh I think the own brand supermarket versions have a stronger taste. I prefer those these days myself.

Mrswitch

No problem wongy, unfortunately my gif got deleted as it was inappropriate :(

Hadouken!

Marmite never goes ‘off’ unless you keep dipping the mucky knife back into the pot when you spread. It only has a Best Before, not a date of expiry - the high salt content isn’t conducive to the growth of bacteria. Had a giant pot of Marmite Gold in the cupboard since 2014, using a clean implement to serve, I’ve yet to succumb to any lurgie... Even thinking about it, my mum probably has jars old enough to drive a car. (She hates the stuff, I left home donkeys ago, like all good mums - she doesn’t throw anything away.)

Meridian cocoa & peanut butter 280g reduced to clear @ Asda - 75p
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Posted 8th JulPosted 8th JulLocalLocal
280g jar. Found in Cheltenham location. Appears to be a discontinued product as it is no longer available online.
SadieDB

It's peanut butter. Looks like mods have been redecorating. I will try to edit with the correct pic. ... That looks a little more accurate now

dealw4ts0n

Great deal, gonna stock up for a few monthsw

Gollywood

Mods playing God again hotukdeals.com/feedback/mods-changing-images-on-our-deals-3258700 OP please post in the above thread asking what mods are playing at?

furber

Is it peanut or hazelnut?

SadieDB

Fab deal on the hazelnut butter! The cocoa peanut butter I picked up is best before 05 2020...might need to go back for more ;)

Raspberry flavoured  Unicorn spread with popping candy pieces 350g - £1.50 @ ASDA
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Posted 4th JulPosted 4th JulLocalLocal
Asda selling raspberry flavoured spread with popping candy
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Loubie2017

Anyone caught giving this to my kids, is keeping them for the next 12 hrs.

Wirralbargains77

A good parent lays the foundations while the child is young and impressionable. If you haven't got the foundations right god help you when they're heading towards double digits. And I'm sure many will disagree with me and that's the joys of social media :)

markefc69

depends what mean by junk food,its sugar that makes people overweight,and this rubbish is pure refined sugar,do you honestly believe a kid addicted to sugar will just have a little spoon of this once a week as a treat or more likely eat half the jar in one go!

devilsadv0cate

Everywhere I look and there's a flaming unicorn these days lol (unicorn) (skeptical) :)

Wirralbargains77

I'd have thought it's more to do with the quantity you consume and how often you consume it. I saw a TV programme where a Dr lived on just junk food and didn't gain weight as he didn't eat lots of it. Calories in - calories out

Vauxhall Adam 1.2i Jam 3dr 2019 Reg £8900 on the road price @ Evans Halshaw
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Posted 29th JunPosted 29th Jun
When it comes to the Vauxhall ADAM range there are a million possibilities with all the personalisation options available. The Vauxhall ADAM JAM is the interim model in the range, … Read more
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m5rcc

A troll that has failed. Classic!

Malachi_X

(lol) and I in turn replied to your reply. I had thought boasting about 26 likes in another deal was pretty cringe worthy, then I noticed you describe yourself as a "genius" and I realise now you're not the sort of person to "understand" when they've made an error. I've found this all quite fascinating, and will, as a result of your condition allow you the last word. All the best (and "better luck next time").

m5rcc

"Clearly wrong" in your opinion. You again fail to compute that the current Adam has ceased production and will not be the same car in two years time and therefore will not hold the residuals you currently see in today's used two year old cars. What's odd is your continued persistence on this matter. I've moved on and only come back to reply to replies made to me directly, yet here you are, days later still worrying about what I wrote.

Malachi_X

They agreed because that estimate appeared accurate, whereas this one looks way off, hence all the head scratching as to why you're persisting with pushing information that's clearly wrong. You can't seem to grasp this for some reason. Even your mate ezzer in the most polite way possible said you were wrong about the valuation. Very odd indeed.

m5rcc

It wasn't a deal. It was a future price based on residuals.

SanDisk Clip Jam 8GB MP3 Player - 4 colours, £20.15 with code at MyMemory
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Posted 28th JunPosted 28th Jun
Fantastic little player with expandable memory. Specification- Super lightweight wearable personal music player - Deep, rich sound quality - 8GB internal storage, with a microSDH… Read more
Ross81

Mines arrived yesterday. Just charging it. Seems easy to use, looking forward to getting a card into it. Only one thing though. Every time I turn it on its like I've reset it?

obwan2014

Sansa player volume is too low [https://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/7890/~/sansa-player-volume-is-too-low] Why is the volume on my Sansa player so low? Due to EU regulations, the volume output of a portable audio device MUST be limited to 85dB. WARNING: Avoid using headphones/earphones at high volume. Hearing experts advise against continuous loud and extended music play. Keep the volume at a moderate level, so that you are better able to hear outside sound and to be considerate of the people around you. Follow the steps to increase the volume output of your Sansa player: Clip Jam 1. Reset the Sansa player to factory settings: Settings > System Settings > Restore 2. Set the region as Rest of World. 3. Change volume setting to High: Settings > System Settings > Volume > High Clip Sport 1. Reset the Sansa player to factory settings: Settings > System Settings > Restore 2. Set the region as Rest of World. 3. Change volume setting to High: Settings > System Settings > Volume > High

DelTarrant

I still have my Clip + that I use occasionally, especially when going on holiday where you don't have to worry about data connectivity. Just dump a load of music on an SD card and you're good to go. But otherwise I tend to use my phone, as music streaming is so convenient for playing any tune you suddenly want to listen to, plus I discover so much stuff that's been suggested. If this player can't be rockboxed, then finding an older Clip+ would be better as Rockbox is an definite upgrade on the Sansa's firmware.

d1928

Your suggestion is to waste more money on data/phone/amp? Usb MP3 is literally drag and dropped on, not wasting time with iTunes etc currently I own a iPhone 7, 1 gig of data and I don’t like using it for music on the go, my Sony MP3 player is literally smaller than my finger, great battery, doesn’t use data, big enough for everyday use. its more practical than a phone being used as a MP3 player.

Necrotix

Get a phone with a big battery and you don't have to even worry about usage. Get plenty of data, as I'd expect everyone who owns a smart phone to. Get an external amp for when out and about - then you don't have to take the phone out to control music and as a bonus, it sounds better. ^^ That's my setup at least. The point about having to transfer music onto an iPhone - Well you'd have to do that with an MP3 player as well :D Each to their own though. I just can't believe MP3 players are still around. You pay a massive premium to have one of these 'smart phones' - which is why I use it for almost everything. It is, after all, a mobile phone for a reason ;) Cheers for the replies

1kg Nutella spread - £3.89 at Costco Sheffield, (Costco card holders only)
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Posted 26th JunPosted 26th JunLocalLocal
As picture, 1kg Nutella spread at Costco Sheffield. Cheapest I've seen. Best before March 2020.
yoleic

I think this is national. Was this price at my local Costco. Offer ends 03/07/19.

coldpop

So, just to clarify, if something is harmful, buy twice as much if it’s cheaper, even if you don’t eat it? Don’t think I’ll worry about my grey matter just yet. Have a pleasant day.

cannotthinkofone

Why would someone pay a similar price for a jar half the size, when this large jar is available with a good shelf life? More money than sense! After all this is a deal site. People who don't even eat it would buy these large jars too. Get your grey matter around that idea.

coldpop

Your point is invalid. You’re arguing between things you must do and things you choose to do. I understand that a little bit of what you fancy is less harmful than other things, but that’s got nothing to do with my post. It’s that whole “little bit” or “now and then” or “everybody dies” attitude that has ultimately left our society with massive obesity, cancer, type 2 diabetes, stroke and heart disease rates. Nobody wants to take accountability for their actions. People who want a little bit, don’t buy a 1kg jar of Nutella. So, your point wasn’t missed, just over looked due to its futility in this post.

cannotthinkofone

Point missed completely.

Kit Kat Chunky Milk, Peanut Butter & White Chocolate 4 Pack £1 was £1.50 @ Tesco
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TODAYTODAYPosted 25th JunPosted 25th Jun
Four bars of lushness (y) White - https://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/products/297618472 Peanut Butter - https://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/products/301705403
nightshadeUK

Thanx 🔥 from me

mazcymru

Tesco is the main store I shop at, predominately for convenience as Morrisons, Asda etc are 30 or more miles away & tbh I’ve never seen them for a quid in my local unless they’re on offer.....a word in the managers shell like is forecast methinks! I concede they’re that price in Poundland, Heron etc.

TekWoodyatt1

Cold. These are £1 virtually everywhere, including Tesco for a long time

jaffacat

In coop as well

mazcymru

Google? :D Though I concede that the majority of sweets, biscuits have shrunk.....what happened to the Wagon Wheel, you used to be able to feed a family of four as a dessert way back when

4kg All-Natural Peanut Butter (Crunchy or Smooth) + Vegan Carb Crusher Sample for £14.45 delivered @ Myprotein
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Hey guys! Since Myprotein UK put quite a huge fee on all deliveries to Germany, I decided to simply share the current offer (or rather a clever combination of several offers) on … Read more
xenept

Thanks for this. It's still working at £14.45 I grabbed the peanut butter last time a deal was posted and it's quality stuff so definitely recommend it.

Nosamp

Brilliant, just ordered! Cheers for that (y)

Shahintr

Thanks, ordered last night.

CardboardCutout

It's back in stock

jcab

5% extra off

Maximuscle Cyclone Protein Bars 12 X 60g - Peanut Butter (BBE 31/05/19) £8.99  MaxiNutrition
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Posted 24th JunPosted 24th Jun
ABOUT MAXIMUSCLE CYCLONE BARS Explosive power in a bar! Maximuscle have taken the science of their best selling powder Cyclone and reformulated it into a convenient snack bar. Each… Read more
utdstar01

Received mine today, the millionaires shortbread, expiry of September 2019. Bought 4 boxes and some creatine and got an extra 30 percent off. Not sure why this has been voted cold.

shwanko2

I bought one expiring by 1st of August again .. even using the OP one .. that still leave it in the middle of scale at may 2019 between full price and a one year old past expiry!!! sure may 2019 is not same price as August 2018 !!!

MadeDixonsCry

Read the op Maximuscle Cyclone Protein Bars 12 X 60g - Peanut Butter (BBE 31/05/19)

shwanko2

NO ...I can .. 1. this item have expiry till 1st of August 2019 so not expired yet !! and is in line with all items in Supermarkets where I seen them sold at full price despite being 1-2 month short of BBE 2. if 1 year passing expiry should be even less than this 25% according to your link.. and we used that as a a scale from full price till the price (a year passing BBE ).. then this deal should be in middle and be 50% less, which mean 1 pound each not 50P as above deal ..

MadeDixonsCry

Well if you don't consider it comparable then you can't really compare this "deal" with supermarket bars because of the same reason (difference in BBE dates).

Heinz Sandwich Spread (Light) £0.69 at Poundstretcher
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Posted 23rd JunPosted 23rd JunLocalLocal
300ml jar BB 01/01/2020
Broc_Mudflap

Is it not a full jar?

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