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Princes Tuna in SPRING WATER 6 pack £1.25 @ Tesco instore
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saw this on top of shelve in Tesco Extra with no price, took it to self scan and it scanned at £1.25 for a pack of 6 tins, bought a 6 month supply !
Cheers mate, got a few packs in Belfast.

As you said - up on the top shelf and no price SEL on the rack at all for the "Big Family" 6 pack.

But went through @ £1.25



Thanks for taking the time to post.
wrong website.. goes to tesco direct.

not that it matters,cause it wont be on any website
Go on how much is a 6 month supply?
Great for cats because they don't contain salt. Only place I know where you can get similar (but sardines) in spring water is Sainsburys. So thanks - I'll check this out when next in Tesco
And a big thanks from us:


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not showing 6 pack online, it was on top shelve, not right up where the spare stock is, about 8 packs left
John West 4 pack tuna down to 50p @ Sainsbury's instore
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Sainsbury's are changing from four packs to three packs of john west tuna tins. They were labelled as £2.50 in my local but scan at 50p for four tins. 2019/2020 dated. My store had… Read more
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You payed 75p for beans 👀 and not even Branston Good find with the tuna though 🏻
None at my local unfortunately
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Yeah, Sainsbury's had the three pack for £4.50 but I didn't look at the weight.
Noticed this in Morrisons. Not only have they changed from 4 packs to 3 packs, they've also dropped the weight - again.

145g now down from 160g. Basically the same size as the 'bargain/pound' shops.

Guess what - still the same price. A double-f-word-over to the consumer!
Go-Cat Adult Cat Food Tuna Herring and Veg, 10 kg @ Amazon £15 (PRIME Exclusive)
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RRP:£24.60 Price:£15.00 (£1.50 / kg) Prime Only. :(
Works out the same price in asda
Don’t know how I managed to do it but for less than £1/ kg not bad. Thanks OP33064242-JqbIP.jpg
Oh fantastic timing. We were just beginning to think about buying some more kitty dry stuff. And this one is cheaper than the last one we got. Top class!
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Free tuna and salmon recipe ebook​ _ JohnWest
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Found 13th JanFound 13th Jan
Free tuna and salmon recipe ebook. https://www.john-west.co.uk/uploads/downloads/JohnWest-Tuna-RecipeBook.pdf https://www.john-west.co.uk/uploads/downloads/JohnWest-Salmon-Rec… Read more
Ralph8889 h, 38 m ago

Sounds to me like a medical condition poor thing, a course of antibiotics …Sounds to me like a medical condition poor thing, a course of antibiotics will clear it up!


iBuyWhatIWant1 h, 41 m ago

A present to give my boss at work. She’s always having tuna and she smells …A present to give my boss at work. She’s always having tuna and she smells of tuna all the time. Lovely!


Sounds to me like a medical condition poor thing, a course of antibiotics will clear it up!
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madel7929 m ago

Hehe!!!!! My God. Must be awful working with her


It really! She makes up for it with a good rack.lol
iBuyWhatIWant59 m ago

A present to give my boss at work. She’s always having tuna and she smells …A present to give my boss at work. She’s always having tuna and she smells of tuna all the time. Lovely!


Hehe!!!!! My God. Must be awful working with her
Can't get enough tuna me...
John West Tuna Chunks in Sunflower Oil 8 x 160g £6.00 @Iceland
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Found 29th Dec 2017Found 29th Dec 2017
Hi, The best price I could find. 2-3 years ago this deal came on once and it was £5 back then. I don't think that price will ever come back. Enjoy!
raminxp4 h, 3 m ago

I agree on the taste of these with sunflower oil and disagree on the "been …I agree on the taste of these with sunflower oil and disagree on the "been this price ages". When was that? I'm always on the lookout for these.


Well i buy cous cous and tuna from iceland every month and ive been getting these for months so yes it has lol...
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seanmorris1008 m ago

Been this price ages, john west is much better than princes tho, the …Been this price ages, john west is much better than princes tho, the sunflower oil just taste better


I agree on the taste of these with sunflower oil and disagree on the "been this price ages". When was that? I'm always on the lookout for these.
Been this price ages, john west is much better than princes tho, the sunflower oil just taste better
John West Tuna Steak 'No drain' 5x120g multipack £2 instore @ Lincoln Asda Wolsey Way
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Store specific - Lincoln asda wolsey way There was a metal cage full of these at far side of store near fridge opposite nappies. Have reduced stickers on saying was £5 now £2. … Read more
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Auntie_Mabel5 h, 51 m ago

You seem to have a major obsession with Dolphins - let it go. I only used …You seem to have a major obsession with Dolphins - let it go. I only used that as an example as the most high profile victim of the tuna industry. I could bore you to death with info on fishing practices and the impact on marine ecosystems (I studied it as part of my degree), but I really can't be bothered.


I'll just remind you
"The least environmentally friendly of all the Tuna Brands - could well be a combo of tuna/dolphin flakes. Shamefully bad in fact, and they have failed to deliver on repeated promises to improve fishing practices. Good price though, if you don't worry about such things."

You probably would bore me to death, as if it was part of your degree (what in?) it was probably a right load of fish meal.
qbs1 h, 58 m ago

You're not even close to understanding the point I'm trying to make which …You're not even close to understanding the point I'm trying to make which is that you dolphin huggers don't seem to be bothered how any other fish are caught and focus in on tuna where Flipper might end up being caught. ALL fishing has problems of by catch. ALL fishing has an element of cruelty - inevitable when you capture and kill any living animal, yet you only seem to be bothered if Flipper is involved.And if you got off your sofa and did some research, you'd find that dear old Flipper is a fairly murderous individual, perfectly capable of killing his fellow dolphins as well as porpoises. He also tends to play with his food while it's still alive.


You seem to have a major obsession with Dolphins - let it go. I only used that as an example as the most high profile victim of the tuna industry. I could bore you to death with info on fishing practices and the impact on marine ecosystems (I studied it as part of my degree), but I really can't be bothered.
Auntie_Mabel7 h, 13 m ago

Cod don't live in the same environment as tuna, they live in cold water, …Cod don't live in the same environment as tuna, they live in cold water, and also in deeper water. Accidental by-catches from cod fishing are much less unlikely - the problem there is about the amount taken. Thats also the problem with some tuna,but another big problem is the dolphins/sharks/any large marine creature that shares the tuna's home, due to lazy/cheap fishing practices.


You're not even close to understanding the point I'm trying to make which is that you dolphin huggers don't seem to be bothered how any other fish are caught and focus in on tuna where Flipper might end up being caught. ALL fishing has problems of by catch. ALL fishing has an element of cruelty - inevitable when you capture and kill any living animal, yet you only seem to be bothered if Flipper is involved.

And if you got off your sofa and did some research, you'd find that dear old Flipper is a fairly murderous individual, perfectly capable of killing his fellow dolphins as well as porpoises. He also tends to play with his food while it's still alive.
qbs7 h, 29 m ago

"I suspect you and many other dolphin cuddlers don't give a moment's …"I suspect you and many other dolphin cuddlers don't give a moment's thought as to how other fish you eat meets its untimely end." was what I said. You, and others like you, are fixated on tuna/dolphins. What about a poor old cod?


Cod don't live in the same environment as tuna, they live in cold water, and also in deeper water. Accidental by-catches from cod fishing are much less unlikely - the problem there is about the amount taken. Thats also the problem with some tuna,but another big problem is the dolphins/sharks/any large marine creature that shares the tuna's home, due to lazy/cheap fishing practices.
chezvegas8528 m ago

Is dolphin a fish now?


"other fish" was in the context of dolphin being associated with catching tuna, which is a fish.
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John West Tuna Chunks in Brine 6 pack £3 Instore @ Asda
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Spotted in the Llanelli store.
Fab deal picked up 4 packs yesterday
Not dolphin friendly Tuna. i wont be buying.
ONLY 4 packs x 160g ONLINE for £4.00

groceries.asda.com/sea…ine


So a good deal if your local store has any?
At least we are filling the oceans with plastic to replace the fish 🐠
KonsumerKing3 h, 13 m ago

You can tune a piano but you can,t tune a fish !


Not true, you can with a Bass
Free Pack of Prince's Tuna Fillers {Printer Needed}
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Printer needed!! Only one coupon available per person and only one email address allowed per person. Coupon valid 02.10.17 - 31.03.18. Enjoy✌🏼✌🏼
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wiggywig2nd Nov 2017

yeah this system doesnt seem as strict as other coupons. just curious …yeah this system doesnt seem as strict as other coupons. just curious whats the barcode on the coupon you printed? just that i printed 2 out with different emails but got the same barcode on the coupon. if thats the case and it is just 1 generic barcode, like a mcdonalds voucher for example, should be able do a load of themthe barcode is got is 9 908716 640002


I had them posted rather than printed. I got 10 same barcode on all same as yours.
Actually, other than being free, we weren't impressed with these at all. Certainly wouldn't encourage me to buy one. Slightly odd mix of fish and sauce which didn't really go together.
VCB-1602nd Nov

http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=5737541You dont need …http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=5737541You dont need a printer they will post if you haven't got one apparently



Just did that, pressed print, then when asked did it print clicked no and then entered address, due in the post. HOT
Nice one. Cheers.
Claimed today in tesco, no problems
John West Tuna Chunks in Sunflower Oil / Brine 4 x 160g £2.75 @ Farmfoods.
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John West Tuna Chunks in Sunflower Oil / Brine 4 x 160g @ Farmfoods.
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Supermarket own brand are always this price and are all dolphin friendly.
Not dolphin friendly
Definitely 160g? These were in the leaflet recently at that price and popped in only to discover they were ridiculously tiny 140g cans.
John West No Drain Tuna - 50p off
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Requires any email address Untick the box asking for permission to send you info, you'll still get the voucher Select print a different way to skip mobile verification
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Bexbush123459 m ago

Thanks for posting - there are lots of other good coupons on their …Thanks for posting - there are lots of other good coupons on their website...



Well spotted

Guys, just click on other products, a few seem to have the same 50p off coupon.
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Thanks for posting - there are lots of other good coupons on their website...
John West Infusions No Drain Tuna Chilli & Garlic (80g) was £1.49 now 74p @ Iceland
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John West Infusions No Drain Tuna Chilli & Garlic (80g) was £1.49 now 74p Ingredients Skipjack Tuna (80%), Extra Virgin Olive Oil (10%), Rehydrated Dried Garlic (3%), Re… Read more
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greyhound1127th Sep

Heat..very cheap

Very cheap??? You mean it's ok price
These are nice, but seriously, buy your own tuna and add your own darn garlic and chilli flakes.
sprinkle sprinkle and you are done, this is not cordon bleu TV

good for lunchboxes though
Edited by: "horsey" 28th Sep 2017
Heat..very cheap
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was £1.49 now 74p
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  • £1.49 now any 2 for £2.50
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John West Spreadables Tuna Mayo Sweetcorn Fridge Pack 255g for £1 @ Morrisons
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Found 27th Sep 2017Found 27th Sep 2017
Mmmm tuna, yum yum (y) -- Tuna Mayo Sweetcorn on a jacket potato is a classic and now even easier! Double up your portion for a yummy, filling meal. 5 days fridge life, Up to 5… Read more
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BuckRodgers66615 h, 25 m ago

I’m more concerned about the fact you’ve eaten cat food


Ahaha

"HUMANS EAT FIRST SUBSERVIENT ANIMAL"... *cough cough wretch*.

(I should have said 'pet food-y smell')
rubberbullets9 h, 20 m ago

This is the link to the 50p Coupon for John West Spreadables Tuna Mayo …This is the link to the 50p Coupon for John West Spreadables Tuna Mayo Sweetcorn Fridge Pack https://www.john-west.co.uk/trawler-fun/spreadables-coupon/

my local morrisons stated they do not take self printed out coupons any more, its store policy, they was getting too many dishonoured by the issuing company's, so were losing a lot of money. not sure if this means all morrisons. for me, best place for coupons especially self printed has been tesco , i ve never had any problems.
Ellendel2 h, 19 m ago

As a heads up, this stuff doesn't taste like Tuna mayo sweetcorn may that …As a heads up, this stuff doesn't taste like Tuna mayo sweetcorn may that you might put together yourself. It's pureed, has a slightly pet food-y taste to it, and is often slightly discoloured in the pack/tin. Full disclosure, I would eat it again, but only in an environment where I have limited access to cutlery and a bowl etc. Otherwise you'd definitely be better off buying the three components separately. I feel like you'd end up paying less or the same per 250 grams as well (even at this price) - assuming buying john west tuna and some economy sweetcorn.Edit: all just my opinion obviously!

I’m more concerned about the fact you’ve eaten cat food
As a heads up, this stuff doesn't taste like Tuna mayo sweetcorn may that you might put together yourself. It's pureed, has a slightly pet food-y taste to it, and is often slightly discoloured in the pack/tin.

Full disclosure, I would eat it again, but only in an environment where I have limited access to cutlery and a bowl etc. Otherwise you'd definitely be better off buying the three components separately. I feel like you'd end up paying less or the same per 250 grams as well (even at this price) - assuming buying john west tuna and some economy sweetcorn.

Edit: all just my opinion obviously!
Edited by: "Ellendel" 27th Sep 2017
This is the link to the 50p Coupon for John West Spreadables Tuna Mayo Sweetcorn Fridge Pack

john-west.co.uk/tra…on/
John West Spreadables Tuna Mayo Sweetcorn Fridge Pack (255g) was £2.68 now £1.00 @ Morrisons
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This deal ends on Tuesday 5th September John West Spreadables Tuna Mayo Sweetcorn Fridge Pack (255g) was £2.68 now £1.00
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Po ta to?
I have this, it's a paste of tuna with sweetcorn added so it's very smooth. Prefer chunks. Says upto 5 portions. Made 2 well filled sandwiches. Definitely more than 3/5 left. Surprisingly good amount in there.
Edited by: "Deetea" 20th Aug 2017
Hmmmm. Tuna smell
ziggycj10 m ago

Morrison has more branches. I don't have a Home Bargains anywhere near but …Morrison has more branches. I don't have a Home Bargains anywhere near but more people should be able to get to a Morrisons.



True, its the reverse for me. Plenty of Home Bargains but not many Morrisons, Also this is the standard price for Home Bargains, but like many things in HB you dont know how long they are in in stock for!
pablobanez1 m ago

good find, same price as Home Bargains!


Morrison has more branches. I don't have a Home Bargains anywhere near but more people should be able to get to a Morrisons.
Princes Tuna Chunks in Brine 6pk £2 @ B&M
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Subject to availability - visit your nearest store
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Mihir9511 h, 17 m ago

cold... would only get it if it was sunflower oil one.

Yeah same here
cold... would only get it if it was sunflower oil one.
How are the tuna caught? I don't like mercury in my food.
Looked in both my local B&M (Redditch) and non instore, don't even stock them neither!
Pole & line caught ? Otherwise cold
Princes 6x160g tuna in sunflower oil £1.25 @ Tesco - Tain
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Found in Tesco Tain. 6 pack of Tuna chunks in sunflower oil for £1.25, use by date July 2021. Lots of it in stock.
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mtuk114 m ago

I actually think you could be from another planet? Firstly, you don't …I actually think you could be from another planet? Firstly, you don't appear to have any sign of a sense of humour and secondly, if it's a 70p tin of tuna, do you honestly think it will be Yellowfin or Albacore? If anyone needs to leave the twilight zone it's you. Stat


No I'm saying you must not look at any tins over that amount, thought that was pretty clear, its not funny to take the piss out of someone for asking what kind of tuna it is, it could be yellow fin hence the whole point of a deal i have no idea what the original price is for Princes tuna, i dont buy Princes so I don't know what kind of tuna it is and seemingly neither does anyone else.

Albacore starts at over £2 a tin I know but who knows if it may appear on here found for 25p a tin, thats the thing about deals isnt it.
Error44022 h, 51 m ago

Is this thread some strange Twilight zone or something, I just … Is this thread some strange Twilight zone or something, I just bought a tin of tuna today in morrisons, read the labels, they say if they don't tell you exactly what kind of tuna put it back and buy a different tin because if its pole and line caught it'll say what type it is, if its dredged up any old crap in the nets and tipped into a blender it will just say fish.I'm guessing none of you ever pay over 70p for a tin, you look at the price rather then the labels so you think tuna is just all tasteless over salted tiny flakes all compacted into a tin, your loss.What next you gonna say theres no such thing as tinned muscles.Never buy anything that doesn't specify what type of fish, preferredly with the Latin name too as theres two kinds of Cod for example that are very different.



I actually think you could be from another planet? Firstly, you don't appear to have any sign of a sense of humour and secondly, if it's a 70p tin of tuna, do you honestly think it will be Yellowfin or Albacore? If anyone needs to leave the twilight zone it's you. Stat
^He has a point.
mtuk143 m ago

Good luck getting tinned Yellowfin and Albacore.




Is this thread some strange Twilight zone or something, I just bought a tin of tuna today in morrisons, read the labels, they say if they don't tell you exactly what kind of tuna put it back and buy a different tin because if its pole and line caught it'll say what type it is, if its dredged up any old crap in the nets and tipped into a blender it will just say fish.

I'm guessing none of you ever pay over 70p for a tin, you look at the price rather then the labels so you think tuna is just all tasteless over salted tiny flakes all compacted into a tin, your loss.

What next you gonna say theres no such thing as tinned muscles.

Never buy anything that doesn't specify what type of fish, preferredly with the Latin name too as theres two kinds of Cod for example that are very different.
Error44010th Aug

Its not they all taste completely different, personally i only buy …Its not they all taste completely different, personally i only buy yellowfin as its the nicest, never had albacore tho as its expensive

Good luck getting tinned Yellowfin and Albacore.
Princes Tuna Chunks in Brine 6x160g - £2.50 @ Tesco
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Found in the clearance aisle earlier in Tesco Extra St Helens, Item Barcode 5000232887726. Reduced from £6 on shelf edge label. Product not on website...so possibly store specific,… Read more
sparklehedgehog14th Jul

Who cares! It's cheap!


You wanna talk cheap?, how bout FREE?

Place an order for home delivery (search for free delivery pass trial first) and stock-up on

John West Infusions Tuna Lemon And Thyme 280G

why?, because it's NOT a 280G pot, it's only 80G.

After delivery, (and you've check the order), take a 2nd look at the "280G" pot, then get on to Tesco CS. Explain the size issue, and I expect you'll get a refund, but keep the items? (4 in my case).

I've told em...I've told em twice about this issue. in my case, it amounted to an £18.50 refund due to another tuna product issue, (4x640G was in fact 4x160G), and some strawberry's that had a BRYAN MAY hair style.
JB000714th Jul

Only had the tune in oil in my local Tesco....


Ha - managed to find one of them in brine hidden at the back of the isle......
gb1999

Princes have been pretty poor for sustainable fishing in the past, though … Princes have been pretty poor for sustainable fishing in the past, though the latest report on this is a few years old. Read hereI personally wouldn't buy until I'd heard things have improved. There's a reason it's cheap


Who cares! It's cheap!
Princes have been pretty poor for sustainable fishing in the past, though the latest report on this is a few years old. Read here

I personally wouldn't buy until I'd heard things have improved. There's a reason it's cheap
Only had the tune in oil in my local Tesco....
Tuna Chunks 4 x 145g  In Sunflower Oil / Brine / Spring Water for just £2.69 @ Poundstretcher
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Same price in B&M

Sticks1

You can also find these for same price in B&M if that helps anyone. Heat … You can also find these for same price in B&M if that helps anyone. Heat added for this deal of course!



I usually buy them from B&M. Good to know that home bargains is selling them for the same price. Heat !
Just smashed a tin, love this stuff! Have some heat
You can also find these for same price in B&M if that helps anyone. Heat added for this deal of course!
or £4 for a pack of 6 (equivalent to £2.67 for 4) in Asda but unfortunately in brine only.
Ocean Wave Tuna Flakes (Triple Pack) £1 at Poundland. Tastes Just As Nice
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Was looking to pick up a few bits and noticed these yesterday. Tried it today, it's lovely. I literally could taste test this with top brands (which they had as single cans on the … Read more
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Lots of people saying they taste gross and that not even cats will eat them. Sounds like a challenge!
Both my cat Megatron and myself will eat these and report back.
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Eeesh! Seems I woke the sleeping (tuna) monster!

I really should have spent more time on the OP.

I use Tuna at the moment with Mega Uber Super Light Mayo for my jacket potatoes (with Sweetcorn).

So rather than a pound a tun (like Mr Northern Dave pointed out), I tried these for the gigs - and was surprised that it tastes just as nice. Yes, theres no big fillet chunks of tuna to chew through, but its got the taste, its got the consistency - was just really nice.
poundstrechter have it 4 tins for £1 but its rank don't believe me buy sum and learn the hard way.
big up billobargings

sorry my bad its ocean finest in PS
Edited by: "trusyme" 16th Jun 2017
Good Lord OP, I'd get in with a GP as soon as you can if you really think this cr*p in a can is as good as real Tuna.

Treat yourself, these are quality and you get 4 full size tins per pack of 4. Better taste than big branded tuna

sainsburys.co.uk/sho…60g


Edited by: "Northerndave" 16th Jun 2017
been this price for years - you might get away with putting it in a tuna pasta bake but eating it directly wont be a pleasant experience
John West 8 can pack tuna - sunflower oil/brine/spring water. £5 @ Morrisons
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Saw the ASDA deal on here, but for those who don't have a local ASDA or who can't get the deal there, Morrisons are offering the 8 can packs in three varieties - sunflower oil, bri… Read more
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I see it's £7.50 now
If I want tuna, I will just sniff my mother in-law! She reeks of it!
Jayo

and as an added bonus Aldi Tuna is "Pole and Line Caught".......



Yes - this is a good one alright. We buy this one now.
dunny06

The offer is not in my local Morrison's in wakefield



Morrisons offers officially start on a Sunday, it's just your luck if they roll them out before then
The offer is not in my local Morrison's in wakefield
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