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    • duncanthedog
    • By duncanthedog 27th Apr 19, 7:56 AM
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    Lidl weekend offers
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    • 27th Apr 19, 7:56 AM
    Lidl weekend offers 27th Apr 19 at 7:56 AM
    Have they become so bad that nobody wants to post then any more?
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    • mac.d
    • By mac.d 27th Apr 19, 8:26 AM
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    • 27th Apr 19, 8:26 AM
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    • 27th Apr 19, 8:26 AM


    England:
    wine is South African Paarl Shiraz £3.59
    cheese is Valley Spire Extra Mature Cheddar 830g £2.39



    Scotland only: cod fillets & hazelnut wafers
    England:
    Wine is Argentinian Torrontes Mendoza £2.99
    Also have Shipwreck Lager & Red Eye Captain Pale Ale 59p

    Official MoneySavingExpert insert Tue 30 Apr:

    Lidl is offering up to 50% off on selected items this weekend – Sat 4 May and Sun 5 May, including:

    England and Wales:

    Shipwreck Lager, 330ml – 59p (norm 99p)
    Red Rye Captain pale ale, 330ml – 59p (norm 99p)
    Multivitamin juice, 6x 200ml – 64p (norm £1.29)
    Sweet BBQ Pork rib rack - £1.99 (norm £2.99)
    Argentinian Torrontes Mendoza white wine - £2.99 (norm £4.99)

    Scotland:

    Multivitamin juice, 6x 200ml – 64p (norm £1.29)
    Mister Choc Bellona hazelnut wafers - 79p (£1.29)
    Ocean Trader chunky cod fillets - £1.69 (norm £2.49)
    Sweet BBQ Pork rib rack - £1.99 (norm £2.99)
    Italian Pinot Grigio Garda white wine - £4.50 (norm £5.99)

    Northern Ireland:

    Organic tomato ketchup – 78p (norm 99p)
    Fruit Blast juice drink, 6x 250ml – 79p (norm £1.19)
    Gelatelli ice cream – 99p (norm £1.49)
    Whiskas poultry pouch cat food - £2.49 (norm £3)

    Big thanks to mac.d for the spot!
    This Forum tip was included in MoneySavingExpert.com's weekly email!
    Last edited by MSE Hannah; 30-04-2019 at 3:13 PM.
    • PLRFD
    • By PLRFD 27th Apr 19, 9:43 AM
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    • 27th Apr 19, 9:43 AM
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    • 27th Apr 19, 9:43 AM
    Have they become so bad that nobody wants to post then any more?
    Originally posted by duncanthedog
    I very nearly posted the same yesterday but didnít want to step on anyoneís toes,just been Lidl they finally have stock of Western Gold bourbon in but itís gone up 50p.
    • Ken68
    • By Ken68 27th Apr 19, 10:43 AM
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    • 27th Apr 19, 10:43 AM
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    • 27th Apr 19, 10:43 AM
    Bought a lot of the cheese, but am choosy now with Lidl. Lots of silly products. Why would I buy odd food made in countries like Greece, when what I want is cheap seasonal staple foods which would probably be from the UK. They have lost the plot.
    • dlusman
    • By dlusman 27th Apr 19, 11:20 AM
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    • 27th Apr 19, 11:20 AM
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    • 27th Apr 19, 11:20 AM
    Have they become so bad that nobody wants to post then any more?
    Originally posted by duncanthedog
    I gave up posting , because no-one appeared interested. Last couple of posts only just 2 or 3 likes
    • dlusman
    • By dlusman 27th Apr 19, 11:22 AM
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    • 27th Apr 19, 11:22 AM
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    • 27th Apr 19, 11:22 AM
    Why would I buy odd food made in countries like Greece, .
    Originally posted by Ken68

    Because its very nice - and variety is good for you ?
    • tessie bear
    • By tessie bear 27th Apr 19, 12:25 PM
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    • 27th Apr 19, 12:25 PM
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    • 27th Apr 19, 12:25 PM
    im interested in them...quite excited about the bottle beer next weekend
    onwards and upwards
    • Ken68
    • By Ken68 27th Apr 19, 12:37 PM
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    • 27th Apr 19, 12:37 PM
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    • 27th Apr 19, 12:37 PM
    Unsure how prices will be after Brexit. Surprised there has been no definite information.
    • duncanthedog
    • By duncanthedog 28th Apr 19, 6:41 AM
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    • 28th Apr 19, 6:41 AM
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    • 28th Apr 19, 6:41 AM
    Dad prefers the cheese on offer in England but he might get some of the Scottish cheese for me
    • mac.d
    • By mac.d 28th Apr 19, 1:33 PM
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    I gave up posting , because no-one appeared interested. Last couple of posts only just 2 or 3 likes
    Originally posted by dlusman
    I usually always read them when people post, but maybe don't always thank the OP or reply on the thread (sorry). They do seem to cycle through the same things, but I like the weekend offers, they are sometimes handy for grabbing a couple of things you'd normally buy at a better price, what's not to like about that.

    I bought a couple of bags of the granola to go with the couple of bags of muesli I bought a few weekends ago. Won't be buying anything next weekend but I'm all sorted for breakfast for a while now.

    Incidentally, we're not getting those cheap beer offers north of the border next weekend, but from 2nd May they're doing a craft beer festival promotion (not sure if its going to be regionalised throughout the UK or if its just Scotland).
    • deborah100
    • By deborah100 30th Apr 19, 7:06 PM
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    I'll probably get some of the juices while they're on offer! Thanks for posting
    • surfsister
    • By surfsister 30th Apr 19, 11:34 PM
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    dlusman your posts are appreciated and any others do carry on please!
    • Dinglepuss
    • By Dinglepuss 1st May 19, 1:39 PM
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    Lidl Dairy Manor British Spreadable Butter is palm oil free.
    A cheapo own brand made with Red Tractor milk (how do they milk a tractor???) and rapeseed oil whereas many main brands are laced with Palm oil. I post this incase, like me, thread members might be trying to avoid palm oil where possible at a realistic price.
    • Cornucopia
    • By Cornucopia 1st May 19, 4:54 PM
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    England & Wales...

    I'm a Board Guide on the Phones & TV, Techie Stuff, In My Home,
    The Money Savers Arms and Food Shopping boards. I'm a volunteer to help the boards run smoothly, and I can move and merge threads there. Any views (especially those on the UK TV Licence) are mine and not the official line of moneysavingexpert.com.

    Board guides are not moderators. If you spot an inappropriate or illegal post then please report it to forumteam@moneysavingexpert.com
    • elsien
    • By elsien 1st May 19, 4:57 PM
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    Unsure how prices will be after Brexit. Surprised there has been no definite information.
    Originally posted by Ken68
    Possibly because there's no definite information about Brexit, let alone what'll it'll do to prices?
    Plus why would they give their competitors a heads up months in advance?
    All shall be well, and all shall be well, and all manner of things shall be well.

    Pedant alert - it's could have, not could of.
    • Ken68
    • By Ken68 1st May 19, 5:38 PM
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    The import tariff is a known figure whether pre Brexit or afterwards, not confidential. These numbers should have been known to the voters before the original referendum.
    For example..oranges within the EU come from Spain so after leaving we will get them from maybe South America...so how much will they cost compared to the price now.
    • Martinfan47
    • By Martinfan47 1st May 19, 7:33 PM
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    Some Home Bargains stores are selling 500g tubs of Free dairy & gluten free rapeseed spread for 59p.
    • Conina
    • By Conina 2nd May 19, 10:47 AM
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    The fruit juice for us too, it's very good and great value at the reduced price.

    The import tariff is a known figure whether pre Brexit or afterwards, not confidential. These numbers should have been known to the voters before the original referendum.
    For example..oranges within the EU come from Spain so after leaving we will get them from maybe South America...so how much will they cost compared to the price now.
    Originally posted by Ken68
    If you are really so concerned surely you could do your own homework?
    Oranges for example are protected in the EU by high tariffs to protect Spanish producers.
    South African oranges are much cheaper than Spanish oranges so it's possible that prices for those could be cheaper.
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