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Wednesday, 28 December 2016

Just a quick one

Hello , This post is just to tell you about the co op meal deal offer  , If you did not already know about it , The Christmas meal deal on the frozen section that was £10 has now been reduced to £5.00 we have three stores within 5 mins of our house (well four actually ) we had to drive past two to a hospital appointment but the third one had them , They had run out of some of the items and there are two substitutes in here , Don't be afraid to ask as it was still showing £10 on the cabinet and at first the manager said we dont have it all so i asked if there wre substitutes and she was very happy to do it for me.  


I prefer fresh but at these prices i choose not to be fussy , There two meal deals in this photograph all this cost £10 , Now i definitely don't have any room in the freezer and have enough food to lat at least two months.  





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12 comments:

  1. We just had some of the £10 deal for lunch - Turkey was delicious.

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    1. OHH , That's great to know , Thanks sue , I hope you have had a good christmas xxx

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  2. All that for £10....that is a real bargain.
    Hope you had a lovely Christmas-x-

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    1. Hello sheila , Yes we did thanks but i am always glad to get back to normal , Hope you have had a good one too xxx

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  3. Great purchase. Here in Canada, a bag of McCain frozen chips cost over $5! No roasting in their product line. A frozen turkey blast similar to those are around $14

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  4. Hello , Crikey it would be a huge saving on your prices then , I am not usually a fan of mc Cain chips i buy lidles for 50p a bag and they are very nice but i am hoping the roast potatoes are better than the chips xxx

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    1. I know. People in the UK always try and tell me food is cheaper here. Uhm no. Transport costa are huge.

      Our reduced to clear are between 30-50% of the price but our original prices are high.

      4 litres of milk in my province is $4.59

      one pound of butter? cheapest I've seen lately is $3.99 (it's in short supply for some reason)

      basic white bread (store brand) anywhere from $1.48-1.98 a loaf.

      It amazes me when we go to Europe, how much cheaper things are.

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    2. I would never be able to feed us on the prices you have to pay , How do you manage xxx

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  5. Brilliant, that was an amazing haul. I have had some good bargains this week xx

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    1. Thanks , I love january you can get oem amazing deals xxx

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  6. Thise co-op deals are great I wish we had one near, januarys deal is good for £5
    Sammie xx

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  7. I dont usually buy them as i like to cook from fresh but the price swaye me on this one.xxx

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thank you for your message , Shabby