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Thrifty Bargain Thread

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Thrifty Bargain Thread

I thought this might be a "semi permanent" thread... where anyone who finds a particularly good bargain, can pass it on to everyone else.....
Starting off with .....
Four Cans Of Bitter 440ml ...... £1.00      at TESCO....  (Tesco own brand... used to be red cans, now changed to a pale beige and called "Everyday Value" )
granted, it is not the "top quality" stuff that you get in a pub... but it is drinkable... got a nice barley taste, and if you don`t drink much anyway, it is a nice change from a cup of tea.!..
2.1%  so you won`t get a headache either...
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Re: Thrifty Bargain Thread

Unfortunately most stores have now run out but you might still be lucky enough to find a Huawei G300 'best value Android phone' reduced from £100 to £80, plus spend £30 on groceries instore and save £15 so you get the £100 phone for £65 (Comes locked to Vodaphone but some have been found to be unlocked out of the box and unlocking (if it isn't) is available from about £5 on ebay).
Great phone for the price if you can still find one.
[Edit] Sorry, forgot to say, that's also Tesco.
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Re: Thrifty Bargain Thread

If this sort if thing is of interest I'd highly recommend http://www.hotukdeals.com/
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Re: Thrifty Bargain Thread

Interesting site MJN. Thanks for posting.
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Re: Thrifty Bargain Thread

We just need to realise the difference between cheap and inexpensive.
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Re: Thrifty Bargain Thread

I tend to read http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/forumdisplay.php?f=36 for the bargains, however don't forget Freecycle the ultimate bargain can be found there.
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Re: Thrifty Bargain Thread

The moneysaving expert site is excellent.  They have a team of researchers as well as getting information from their users.