Waitrose 3 for £10

edited 20 April 2017 at 5:16PM in Food shopping & groceries
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edited 20 April 2017 at 5:16PM in Food shopping & groceries
Part of the Waitrose offer is buy 3 butterflied lamb pieces which usually cost £5.79 each but buy 3 for £10 so that's a very good saving. My local store weren't displaying the offer so I asked a member of staff to check the price as no red stickers or labels displayed. To cut a long story short the staff weren't aware but I bought 3 so consider this a bargain worth sharing with you all.


essential Waitrose New Zealand butterflied leg of lamb
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essential Waitrose New Zealand butterflied leg of lamb 400g

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Official MoneySavingExpert insert Tue 18 Apr: Go online to Waitrose or in store (find your nearest) and you can get three selected meat, fish or BBQ products for £10 until Mon 15 May. The discount will be applied automatically at the checkout. You could save up to £7.37 by stocking up on the most expensive item (£5.79 leg of lamb).

Delivery is free ordering online, but there’s a minimum spend of £60 for home delivery, or £40 if collecting from a store.

Here are some of the pricier items included, which give the biggest savings (but of course you can choose any combination of three products):
Leg of lamb 400g, norm £5.79 each.
BBQ pulled pork 250g, norm £5 each.
Lamb meatballs 610g, norm £4.99 each.
Beef burgers 340g, norm £4.99 each.
Cod fillets 240g, norm £4.69 each.

Big thanks to pjran for the spot!
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