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Elite 11+ shopping and chat thread part 2½

edited 19 February 2018 at 12:48PM in It's Gone, but was it any good?
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  • zippydoodazippydooda Forumite
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    Asda Tesco 14p each
    2x Mr Kipling Fruity Pies Selection (6pk) £3.20 £1.64
    2x Mr Kipling Bramley Apple Pies (6pk) £3.20 £1.64
    4x Mr Kipling Cherry Bakewells (6pk) £6.40 £3.28

    Asda Morrisons 30p each
    2x Mr Kipling Fruity Pies Selection (6pk) £3.20 £2.00
    2x Mr Kipling Bramley Apple Pies (6pk) £3.20 £2.00
    4x Mr Kipling Cherry Bakewells (6pk) £6.40 £4.00
  • fuzzgun19fuzzgun19 Forumite
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    Not done any micellar, but has it finished? looks like a different offer.
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  • zippydooda wrote: »
    on your 1st apg do any of the others compare nicely to morrisons. as i dont want to get 7 fillers for the whirls if i go back.
    edit. i see most if not all compare to morrisons 2 4 £2 offer. as cv said = 30pa box

    it was my last late shift today before i change to days. i was taking a few boxes in. now they cancelled the shift as last weeks snow delayed the ships delivering parts.

    Sorry only just saw this here you go against morries

    2x Mr Kipling Bramley Apple Pies (6pk) £3.20 £2.00
    2x Mr Kipling French Fancies (8pk) £3.20 £2.00
    4x Mr Kipling Cherry Bakewells (6pk) £6.40 £4.00
  • mhocmhoc Forumite
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    izzy65 wrote: »
    Mhoc I find that the pharmacist is more aware of drug interactions than the doctors, and more aware of the effects on the body .

    I suppose there is no harm in going back to the pharmacist armed with his drug collection and asking if they will interact/interfer with each other.

    (I just assumed that the docs had a system whereby if a new meds was added to someones records it flagged up as red on their computers - not sure where I got that idea from)
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  • izzeybizzeyb Forumite
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    izzeyb wrote: »
    Lidl weekend offers for 17th and 18th March


    Guessing the wine will seem expensive now :D

    Good price for Grated Cheese, Rapeseed Oil and Dried Apricots

    Cimarosa Australian Merlot 75 cl £2.99

    Arestel Spanish Cava Brut 75 cl £3.49

    British Cold Pressed Rapeseed Oil 500 mls 99p

    Alesta Soft Apricots 200g 49p

    Valley Spire British Full-Flavoured Grated Cheddar 450g £1.49

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    Just bumping this for this weekend's oil, cheese and apricots, and it's back to the usual carp for weekend of

    24th and 25th March


    Libertario La Mancha Tempranillo 75cl £2.99

    Samuel Adams Boston Lager 330 ml 99p

    Formil Laundy Gel 630 mls 99p
    (2 in 1/Non-Bio)

    Formil Laundry Capsules 20 pack £1.49
    (Colour/2 in 1 Lavender)

    Dulano Black Forest Ham 200g £1.19

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  • ChrisvChrisv Forumite
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    zippydooda wrote: »
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    you edited.

    Aye, before I posted it :p 'cos I'm an :A :rotfl:
    zippydooda wrote: »
    wheres bubby, bet shes out buying cakes. NOT

    She might buy them, but she definitely won't be eating them - 'cos she's an :A too :rotfl:
  • mrsmac10mrsmac10 Forumite
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    Travel insurance

    We have Nationwide "free cover" included in in out account but they wanted an extra £87 as I have arthritis I said I normally get a weeks cover for less than that and was advised the quote was for a year I do not go away that often :rotfl:

    I am still covered but not for anything to do with arthritis so a rethink on that account later
  • izzeybizzeyb Forumite
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    go2 wrote: »
    Just read back, has alpro worked today?


    Too late now, but yes it did. I saw it confirmed elsewhere last night

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