Up to 30% off English Cheesecake Company

edited 9 December 2020 at 6:15PM in Gone off!
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edited 9 December 2020 at 6:15PM in Gone off!
Up to 30% off English Cheesecake Company
https://englishcheesecake.com/

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  • PLRFDPLRFD Forumite
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    I know things like these are all down to quality but there is no way I’m paying 36 quid for a cheesecake.
  • MysteryMeMysteryMe Forumite
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    For a special occasion I don't think £2-£3 a portion is excessive as long as the quality is there and I'd expect them to be better than I can buy from a supermarket. 
  • Rosa_DamascenaRosa_Damascena Forumite
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    PLRFD said:
    I know things like these are all down to quality but there is no way I’m paying 36 quid for a cheesecake.
    I'm with you! There must still be people out there that can and will, though - otherwise such businesses would not exist. 
    No man is worth crawling on this earth.

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  • MysteryMe said:
    For a special occasion I don't think £2-£3 a portion is excessive as long as the quality is there and I'd expect them to be better than I can buy from a supermarket. 
    True, "cost per portion" sounds better! My "excuse", when I need to justify the guilt of some foodie extravagance, is that it would cost a lot more if we were eating it in a restaurant, so it's actually a bargain! 

    Waitrose sells some English Cheesecake Company products - 2 slices for £3.30. They're in the chiller cabinet. The whole cheesecakes on the ECC website seem to be delivered frozen, but presumably they're otherwise pretty similar.

  • MysteryMeMysteryMe Forumite
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    Don't ever feel guilty. This forum is not just about buying the cheapest food, getting a deal on a more expensive item is still money saving. 
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