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as a family of 5( me hubby and 3 daughters 25, 19, 16) I thought we might get lucky now and again, we have had silver side joints reduced from £8 to £4 steaks down to £1 each from £4 chicken 6 big breasts for £2 (and made in too 2 meals ) I have loved reading the thread and was wondering is it just a hit and a miss when you get stuff,
Allan said he waits till things are reduce more which I have found ok if your buying for one,
an other time this woman scoffed that they YS are not very good and she waits till there 10p, I would loved to have seen her try the meat was flying off the shelve that day, there was even a couple buying for a resturant, I over heard them say that can be tonights special and tomorrow if any left it can be a pie
I loved the sugestion about buying breackfast food on line.
I go to costco to great for loo roll ( with a big family and 2 B/F in tow we go through loads )and washing powder and buy when on a offer, but you do need to know what supermarket has what deals on,
I want a second freezer so I can store a lot more things,
Also Hubby works night shift and I make him my own ready meals, so if say we are having sundays roast dinner, I make enought pototos and veg to freeze in small tubs then can add what ever meat is left over from dinners,
Yesterday YS was a pack of sausages down to 65p for 8 I did a sausage cassarol with some veg that was lurking in the back of the freezer, and a few potatoes, and that made him up 3 meals for work, one he took last night and 2 in the freezer, I used to buy the birdseye frozen meals for him priced about £2.95 per meal.
Need to go now Morrison has the cook in the bag sauces knor or is it Maggies down to 50p, love using them saves a load of time on the washing up :beer:
Boxes of 10 free range eggs with a use by of the 10/10/12, £2.75 down to 19p, yes 19p. There were around 20 boxes so picked up 3.
Large Pizza Express pizzas, £6.00 down to £1.25, got 2 of them.
Some rib-eye steaks from the fresh butchers section, a variety of prices, £5-7 down to £3-3.50.
Everyday Value garlic bread, 32p down to 4p.
Tesco breakfast muffins, 80p down to 20p.
Loads of other but dont have the receipt to hand. A vast amount of fruit and veg too. Total bill at full price would have been £52, I paid £16!
I have 4 packs of lamb in the freezer for making my yummy Moroccan Lamb in the slow cooker. Looking forward to those cold days now.
carrots ppr £1.10 down to £0.17
green beans £1.40 £0.22
chestnut mushrooms £1.50 £0.15 got 3
organic brown onions £1.10 £0.15
stir fry £1.50 £0.22
organic pears £1.80 £0.20
tesco finest poultry gravy £2.00 £0.89 had it before and love it.
stooped in co-op and got
mullet corner £0.63 £0.15 got 4
exotic juice drink £1.35 £0.35
copella apple juice 250ml £1.33 £0.30 not the best bargain but was thirsty