So many of the Weight Watchers stuff gets Returned because it's all crap....
All Weight Watchers Discounts, Offers and Sale - April 2018
Everything was a pound each, I've also got a few things at 10p each but I haven't listed them.
ever find that no 2 sets of digital scales give you the same figure i have bought 3 sets so far and all have me at different weights at the same time of measuring think i might eventually go back to the analogue ones lol hey but what a deal for a £1 how much was the other stuff you bought in the pictures ?
No, you kind of need to know what you're looking for, try and memorise what you see in the pictures and have a look when in the store. Here's the bar code numbers of the both sets of scales, I'll take pictures of the others and upload them later.
were they marked at this price on the shelves
Gutted! I really need more of these (lol)
Think they are thicker x
Been this price for weeks - you can use them as a pizza base
yeah , not as easy to make the pasty's nowadays
I buy these a lot when I can find them lol. I contacted SW regarding the nutritional info changes to double check they were still ok as a HEB. They got a pack to check and increased the syn value by half but confirmed it’s still a HEB. Ridiculous how much they have shrunk though even though they weigh the same.
To be fair part of the problem is that people think they can eat processed "fruit bars" like this as part of their 5 a day... The "fruit" in bars like this is certainly not on par with fresh fruit. This bar is pretty much peanuts and dried prunes, neither are a good food for weight loss diets, though they do have their health merits compared to other snack foods.
It makes sense. Thanks (y)
145k Per bar is not good for dieting
It's a fruit bar. Bit like saying I'll avoid fruit on a diet as it's too high in sugar. Noone would do that, would they. :) It's added sugar you want to avoid. Look out for the total amount of sugar you eat in a day and avoid things like sugary drinks and adding sugar to cups of tea or jam to porridge, that sort of thing with added sugar. It's the 'ultra processed refined foods' that have no inherent nutritional value and are turning this country obese you want to look out for like eg Mr Kipling, Cadbury's, Crisps, Kelloggs cereals, Haribo... https://www.theguardian.com/science/2018/feb/02/ultra-processed-products-now-half-of-all-uk-family-food-purchases
Can anyone let me know why this has been voted cold. Its the same price at the places that have it on offer. Its delivered for this price and you get £1 digital credit for something on Amazon? Genuine question guys.
Can't decide if those are giant hands or a tiny tin of soup. Normal tins of soup are 100g heavier.
Fair enough, does my nut in on things like Instagram (excited)
It's not WW it's SW.. It's all to do with the synergy.
Corn tortillas are lower calorie that flour/wheat ones. No idea how that sparkles with slimming world, but it makes more sense.
Take it you've never watched Little Britain then?
Why in God’s name do people say ‘syn’ instead of ‘sin’? Is this just a stupid word WW have made up?
Yeah I think some prices have gone higher too. Like certain multibuys are no longer multibuys ect 5p here 10p there it all adds up doesn't it.
I must admit I do feel like things have changed and the prices are slightly higher than before.
I do like this beef hotpot one, with a Yorkshire pudding, yummy. I look forward to doing a late shift so I don't have time to cook lol (excited)
why what's changed where you are? It's supposed to be nothing changing for a couple years. I know they have made room for b&m stock getting rid of some of the other lines
no way do i need to watch my weight but some of these weight watcher products actually taste quite nice, even more so when they are only 25p.
I see the price as £10 now on amazon.
Jesus Christ, I can see the Christmas spirit has taken over... I am deceiving... 8)
Maybe from people who brought but didnt lode any weight (lol)
Ultra slim scales for overweight people... There's a moral in there lol
Or over half of 15 whichever way you look at it
Are normal versions really 'high fat'?! Surely it's more about what you put in them! Hot none the less I guess...
Cheers - picked some up in mine- the 20p shelf ticket had been turned round so that you can only see white paper! Same for some Nutri-Grain bars (raisin) which were also 20p but none left.
Bit far for me lol
still got them in Colchester store today, although they were fast selling out of usn diet fuel ready shakes at 99p lol
Tried 3 south Manchester stores and no one had any
good find op, heat added
Please put ASDA in title cheers
If you weren't interested in the deal there was no need to comment.
or just eat less, eat healthier and exercise.
If you do the online one... How do they know?!
Plus go thru Quidco or Topcashback for some decent cashback.
You sure this isn't Horse meat?
regardless of the cost weight watchers will still buy it as part of their points plan
Diets aside, does anyone wonder why Tesco were flamed in the "meat" scandal. If you can buy any 300g of any food with "beef" for 63p, surely you could spend more calories wondering why than actually eating it? 63p won't have the right sort of beef from any supermarket.
Absolutely crap. I bought them for £20 recently each time you step on them there's a different weight . I was 3 stone heavier on one try .
got the body analyser one years ago weighs your bmi and body water does everything just like going to boots
That's the only thing they've ever made slim
The body analyser ones at £6 are possibly a better buy. Heated
Looks like you have to pay the sign up fee unless you pay for 3 months so the minimum this will cost is £36 -not the £12.95 in the title Also worth noting that the Very terms are that you have to pay for the £40 item up front and they will then issue a credit later - I dont think they have a great reputation for voucher code use 1)Join Weight Watchers between 15th January 2017 and 26th January 2017 and purchase a one, three or six month Online subscription plan and get a free Weight Watchers SmartStart Guide. In addition save on the 3 month Online subscription plan, pay just £36.49 for three months and no sign up fee. (normally £38.85 + £10 signup fee, last charged 19th December 2016)
Do Very sell chocolate
I think you also have to pay a £10 sign up fee.
The same 50p stuff they do every year about time they did a change
I was in there today and they were selling THESE but with Febreze for £1 for the mega pack £4 online but was on the £1 shelf in store.