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[Everyday Rewards] Fresh Meat: $5 off $15 Spend (Up to 3 Times) or $15 off $45 Spend (Once) @ Woolworths [Activation Required]

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See this on Facebook, should be a easy target to achieve.

Promotion runs from 00:01 AEDT 27/10/2020 until 23:59 AEDT 01/11/2020. Offer available at Woolworths supermarkets, Woolworths Metro and Woolworths Online. Offer is not available at Caltex and Woolworths Metro co-branded stores. This offer is personal to you and will be available only on your Everyday Rewards Card. Registered Everyday Rewards members must boost their offer to participate in the promotion. You can boost your offer anytime from receiving this email until the end of the promotional period. To ensure your offer has been added to your Everyday Rewards Card, you must boost your offer at least 2 hours before shopping in-store or online. To enjoy $5 off, spend a minimum of $15 on fresh meat in a single transaction. This offer can be enjoyed three (3) times during the promotional period in either a single transaction (spend $45 on fresh meat and enjoy $15 off) or across separate transactions (spend $15 on fresh meat in a single transaction and enjoy $5 off each across 3 separate transactions). For the avoidance of doubt, a maximum discount of $15 can be enjoyed across all transactions over the entire promotional period. To enjoy your offer in-store, you must scan your Everyday Rewards Card at the checkout before completing the transaction. To enjoy your offer online at woolworths.com.au, you will need to ensure your registered Everyday Rewards Card number is added to your account prior to completing your transaction. See woolworths.com.au for full terms and conditions and delivery areas. Pricing and stock availability may vary by store. This promotion is valid on fresh meat from the meat department only. This promotion excludes ready made meals, sauces, condiments, freezer, dried, canned, deli and pet products or any other product that contains meat.

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  • Fine print
    *Promotion runs from 00:01 AEDT 27/10/2020 until 23:59 AEDT 01/11/2020. Offer available at Woolworths supermarkets, Woolworths Metro and Woolworths Online. Offer is not available at Caltex and Woolworths Metro co-branded stores. This offer is personal to you and will be available only on your Everyday Rewards Card. Registered Everyday Rewards members must boost their offer to participate in the promotion. You can boost your offer anytime from receiving this email until the end of the promotional period. To ensure your offer has been added to your Everyday Rewards Card, you must boost your offer at least 2 hours before shopping in-store or online. To enjoy $5 off, spend a minimum of $15 on fresh meat in a single transaction. This offer can be enjoyed three (3) times during the promotional period in either a single transaction (spend $45 on fresh meat and enjoy $15 off) or across separate transactions (spend $15 on fresh meat in a single transaction and enjoy $5 off each across 3 separate transactions). For the avoidance of doubt, a maximum discount of $15 can be enjoyed across all transactions over the entire promotional period. To enjoy your offer in-store, you must scan your Everyday Rewards Card at the checkout before completing the transaction. To enjoy your offer online at woolworths.com.au, you will need to ensure your registered Everyday Rewards Card number is added to your account prior to completing your transaction. See woolworths.com.au for full terms and conditions and delivery areas. Pricing and stock availability may vary by store. This promotion is valid on fresh meat from the meat department only. This promotion excludes ready made meals, sauces, condiments, freezer, dried, canned, deli and pet products or any other product that contains meat.

    In addition to the above, by participating in the Everyday Rewards program you agree to the Everyday Rewards at everydayrewards.com.au/terms.

  • Nice find OP. Thanks.

  • Great offer, cheers Op.

  • Is it targeted? I didn’t get an email but was able to put my number through.

    • But I didn't get any confirmation emails and the offer was not found in my Rewards app.

      • Thanks OP! Just tried adding $15 of beef mince and got $5 automatically taken off in the cart!

  • Ditto. My number worked. shame I live with Vegan's…this will be tough.

    • Sounds like you got your own dinner sorted then!

    • Be careful there or you might charged for murder. Murder of chickens and cows.

    • Won't be tough if you buy some eye fillet

    • Move out and you won't have to feel ashamed anymore.

    • corrocoat… I just found something that might help. It describes vegans to a t(bone), LOL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mUmycvTfH5Q

      • How many vegans do you know well? I'll guess a number between 0 and 1. Only a sick puppy would generalise like that. Out of interest have you ever slaughtered an animal yourself?

        • Not personally however I helped a butcher who shot a cow in the temple, tied it's rear hooves together, hoisted it up using a tripod and chain block, then slit its throat shoving and punching its body to get as much of the blood to pump out as possible which he saved in a bucket to make some kind of sausages I believe. Then he slit open it's abdomen, dragged it's organs and entrails out, and processed the cow into consumer sized cuts. Later we put the head on a rock to be cleaned by maggots for a garden ornament. Next day we salted the hide to make a floor rug.

          It's my experience most vegetarians are reasonably normal people. They contain themselves and point out without any fuss that they will "only eat the salad thanks" and explain why if someone asks. However it's also my experience most vegans are anything but normal, in fact most have been offensive controllers, who miraculously become world experts on every subject known to mankind 12 hours after removing meat from their diet. Ironic how they bitch and moan over some chickens or turkeys dying but then turn around and cheerfully defend the right to execute human offspring.

          Imagine my surprise when, over time, a bunch of other people shared the same experience. (There's a joke I heard once that summarises their attitude pretty succinctly. It goes something like… "A male feminist, a Crossfitter, and a vegan walk into a bar… how did everyone know? They made a public announcement as they walked in the door.")

          • @Faulty P xel: "most vegans". Roflmao. As I said your "vegan experience" is likely zero so the question is where and how did you develop your prejudice. I can hazard a guess.

            For some reason I can't imagine for a minute you were "surprised" that others of your ilk shared similar views "over time". Ignorance usually finds comfort with other ignorance. I'd bet my house that you sought them out - "over time" of course You'll find a few at your "freedom day" rally no doubt. Hilarious joke by the way. Does it have a punchline or will we have to wait while you invent that as well?

          • @Faulty P xel: I see you've found a couple of supporters in quick time for your stereotyping. I'm betting they've never met a vegan either. Funny how attitudes can be formed so easily on so little basis in some minds.

            • @Possumbly: Sorry no idea what other person you're referring to. But as for the stereotyping part, as before, I've known vegetarians and the majority are just normal people who don't shove their views down other people's throats. Similar to how some people like anchovies or pineapple on a pizza, and others don't. There might be some good-natured banter between the two 'camps', but everyone has a laugh. So I just assumed vegans would be like that also. So it's the arrogant militant attitudes of many vegans themselves who create any stereotype, by displaying behaviour that creates that stereotype. ie. It didn't exist until they created it themselves. Not all of them of course, but I already said that too. But a disproportionate number nevertheless.

              • @Faulty P xel: Populist nonsense. Judging all people on the basis of activists- who are imperfect unlike you but do more to advance societies than the lazy masses who love nothing more than stereotyping on public forums - is juvenile.

                • @Possumbly: Never said I was perfect. Never judged an entire group either. (Though most certainly make it difficult not to.) In fact as I intimated above I used to shrug it off as: "It must be only my solitary experience." It was only after I heard the same experience, time and again, from other people, that I recognised a recurring theme. Conspicuous by its absence is, it's not a recurring theme I experience with (most) vegetarians.

                  Personally I think the (food) choices of BOTH are rather silly, but ultimately, who cares what other people put in their mouth. Even so, a disproportionate number of one of these 'groups' consistently irks people outside THEIR group. That is the REAL 'populist nonsense' going on. i.e. How many vegans treat/judge/bleat at ALL non vegans (which again, I don't see from most vegetarians).

                  Btw, you don't 'advance' society by criticizing and attempting to limit the personal choices of (the majority of) the people within it. That's the definition of fascism.

                  • @Faulty P xel:

                    Never judged an entire group either.

                    Trump disease?

                    corrocoat… I just found something that might help. It describes vegans to a t(bone),…..

                    Of course you hear the same rubbish "time and time again", almost always from the mouths of people with a similar mentality - that's how ignorance, bs and prejudice spread and become gospel in particular demographics. It's a well-understood phenomenon - people seek out others with similar views and prejudices. It's what Murdoch's News Corp relies on for example.

                    Your claims of a "disproportionate number" of vegans irking others are puerile. You wouldn't have a clue how many vegans exist, let alone what proportion make up that supposedly annoying category, but have a stab for me. What percentage of any group is required before it irks you and becomes "disproportionate", what number of vegans press your buttons so badly that you tar them all with the same brush (as you clearly attempted to do before my reply)? Is that "irksome" % any worse than say people making obviously ignorant comments on things they know nothing about on an anonymous deals website for example?

                    My anecdotal evidence for suggesting that vegan annoyance is NOT actually a thing is based on simple observation - the vast majority of people have no issues with vegans, and it's not common for people anywhere to prejudge or belittle them.

                    Your last paragraph is typical populist garbage - it even includes a very well-understood argument strategy called "straw man". Pick a target, use an extreme example (or more often rely on things you're heard from someone of similar mentality) to claim that this is typical of the group as whole and then make hugely exaggerated claims about the "terrible" effects their words/actions have. In your case I'll bet there has never been one case where any vegan has "limited your personal choice", or criticised it for that matter. I think it's utter nonsense to claim that any vegan opinion or action has limited our personal choice but if you can provide a few examples I'm all ears.

                    Fascism? Roflmao. Why am I not surprised you dropped that word in? Simply because it's typical of someone who invents and exaggerates wildly. You might want to read up what fascism is at some point instead of carelessly throwing the term about. Look up Godwin's Law while you're there.

                    Activist vegans (who are presumably the tiny few of the "disproportionate number" who irk you) have every right to criticise animal mistreatment and encourage the rest of us to look at what goes on out of sight. They also have every right to expose animal cruelty used in industries which provide our food. Unlike you I know a couple of vegans and plenty of vegetarians (wife was one for many years) and unsurprisingly none (ie not one, zilch) of them has ever made any attempt to "limit my personal choices" or impose "fascist" views on anyone.

                    Here's a little anecdote for you which I'm sure you'll find completely uninteresting but others might not. Vegan/vegetarian/comedian Dave Hughes (one of the good ones eh?) related his experience of working at an abattoir a few years ago on ABC TV's Tomorrow Tonight "critical thinking" program. What Dave said about younger animals (lambs and calves) facing mass slaughter finally made me sit back and think. As a result I now avoid that meat. Pathetic? Maybe, but I have no doubt that many more of us omnivores would join their cause if we actually saw and expercienced what he did.

                    I've found the program for anyone who might be still following this thread. Worth a look. Unfortunately it seems you have to sign up to view it because it's no longer on ivew: https://www.enhancetv.com.au/video/tomorrow-tonight-the-bono...

                    • @Possumbly:

                      Of course you hear the same rubbish "time and time again", almost always from the mouths of people with a similar mentality

                      Yes, vegans.

                      Your claims of a "disproportionate number" of vegans irking others are puerile.

                      No it's just fact. It may not be your experience but definitely mine. I began without a bias and they consistently impressed one on me. I might speak to say 50 people over a month in stores, tradesmen, walking along the street or a beach, etc and have widely varying conversations. But most vegans bring up 'the talk' within 2 minutes (in any conversation that isn't just a simple hi/how are ya/bye I mean). Five minutes in and you've joined whacky university and being 'educated' (guilted/condescended to) over your food choices.

                      And it has nothing to do with 'numbers', but it's certainly a pattern they've impressed upon me themselves. Other people talk about the weather, their day, their life, their family… but vegans soon shift to judgement, criticism, and cult-approved 'education' (indoctrination). And I didn't attempt to tar with one brush, in fact I said the opposite that it's MOST not ALL. Everyone has a favourite subject, but their obsession with that one subject is markedly different to non-vegans.

                      My anecdotal evidence for suggesting that vegan annoyance is NOT actually a thing is based on simple observation - the vast majority of people have no issues with vegans, and it's not common for people anywhere to prejudge or belittle them.

                      Neither do I when they don't judge, criticise, and try to recruit new cult members.

                      Your last paragraph is typical populist garbage - it even includes a very well-understood argument strategy called "straw man". Pick a target, use an extreme example (or more often rely on things you're heard from someone of similar mentality) to claim that this is typical of the group as whole and then make hugely exaggerated claims about the "terrible" effects their words/actions have.

                      Never did the first as I demonstrated again above. And it's vegans themselves who impressed the second upon me. When I meet someonethey talk about their dog, their kids, their house… and it's usually friendly banter that makes you feel good about life. Sure, a few may be 'odd communicators', but they're mostly ok with a wide range of subjects and conversation follows a natural flow. But with MOST vegans the conversation quickly diverts to their mouth/stomach (or ours), how their choices are 'superior', more 'ethical', and other such nonsense like 'you should watch xyz'. Well sorry, they're not 'better' - they're just different. I won't even touch here on how their reasoning is is often based on seriously flawed logic/beliefs. If they need to indoctrinate themselves that's their business. Just stop making it ours.

                      In your case I'll bet there has never been one case where any vegan has "limited your personal choice", or criticised it for that matter. I think it's utter nonsense to claim that any vegan opinion or action has limited our personal choice but if you can provide a few examples I'm all ears.

                      No, I said TRY TO limit others' personal choice. Usually through attempts at shaming, which soon shifts to indoctrination via flawed 'education' that any religious cult who attempts to modify peoples' behaviour to a set of parameters would be proud of.

                      Fascism? Roflmao. Why am I not surprised you dropped that word in?

                      It's not a surprise because you gave its definition. :-)

                      Again, criticizing and attempting to limit the personal choices of others isn't advancing society - it's a regression.

                      Activist vegans (who are presumably the tiny few of the "disproportionate number" who irk you) have every right to criticise animal mistreatment and encourage the rest of us to look at what goes on out of sight. They also have every right to expose animal cruelty used in industries which provide our food.

                      They sure do: to government authorities via legal means. They do NOT have the innate right to block off streets, shout into megaphones hurting my baby's ears because I can't cover them and push a pram at the same time, get their saggy boobs and butts out, block traffic, or try and shame people for eating cute cows, any more than I have the right to stand outside their home naked to shame them for eating beautiful flowers because I think they're beautiful too. Not to mention the ones who practice their acting skills at BBQs by hyperventilating, flapping their hands while holding their eyes open without blinking to generate tears over the smell of steak cooking (despite knowing for weeks that's what they were coming to).

                      Unlike you I know a couple of vegans and plenty of vegetarians (wife was one for many years) and unsurprisingly none (ie not one, zilch) of them has ever made any attempt to "limit my personal choices" or impose "fascist" views on anyone.

                      Wish I'd met more of those. As before, I don't see the negative patterns in most vegetarians. They respectfully make their choices like it's no big deal and are not obsessed with one subject to induct others. In fact many vegetarians tell me THEY are embarrassed by the behaviour of many vegans.

                      I have no doubt that many more of us omnivores would join their cause if we actually saw and expercienced what he did.

                      And most of the people who are shocked and stop, soon return to eating meat once those images fade. Which demonstrates the problem is society is too sheltered, not that it's 'morally wrong' to eat meat. That's why there's not many (any?) vegan beef farmers.

                      Cheers.

                      • @Faulty P xel: So many populist generalisations and hoofed meat manure in that lot it's hard to know where to start. Anyone reading it would think you spend your life surrounded and hounded by constantly irksome, carping vegans. Can't quite put my finger on why but I'm absolutely certain that's not the case. It has the makings of a great modern libertarian fairy story though.

                        Unsurprisingly we've yet to see your numbers to work out whether they're really as "disproportionate" as you say. Come on, throw us a bone. Is it 1, 10, 50, 100 vegans you're talking about? Putting a number to it might make you realise your gross exaggeration although I very much doubt you'll actually own up to the fact.

                        You've heard of democracy I presume? You know the system which has at it's basis the right to demonstrate and at times the need to break laws and inconvenience others to do it. Ever heard of civil disobedience? History, which you appear to know little about, is littered with examples of progress ONLY being made as a result of unlawful and extremely bothersome protest. I sympathise though. It must be draining and terribly inconvenient to have vegans constantly blocking your path and upsetting your baby's sensibilities. Out of interest how often have vegans upset your little world and blocked your way? I'd say the answer is somewhere between very very rarely and never, about the same number of times vegan protests make the news. Nothing like a bit of hyperbolic anecdote to boost your warped opinion though eh?

                        criticizing and attempting to limit the personal choices of others isn't advancing society - it's a regression

                        Really? That's another ill-considered and libertarian generalisation which even a cursory glance at history will show is nonsense. Most ordered, "democratic" societies are based on balancing personal choices with societal standards and the greater good. Laws and society ethics invariably limit "personal choice", and thank "god" for that. The exposure of bad/unconscionable/intolerable practices by activists often leads to change for the better. If nothing else it raises the awareness of the complacent majority and results in public discourse on difficult issues. This discourse naturally includes robust debate and strident criticism of behaviours and "accepted" practices. Ever heard of sow pens? Mink and other fur coats? Just a couple of tiny examples in this context.

                        Vegans raise many valid issues which I concede make some people very uncomfortable. Some calves I chewed the cud with before they were trucked off to slaughter indicated that they sympathise with your situation - there's nothing worse than feeling discomfort. Little did they know. But I digress. Yes those irksome vegans really should stop blocking everyone's prams and holding traffic up day after day after day because we're all fed up with their incessant preaching about the inhuman treatment of sentient animals and the cost to the environment of cattle.

                        • @Possumbly:

                          • Numbers don't matter. A disproportionate bad attitude of those numbers does.

                          • Democracy is great. Getting your ugly saggy tits out over some chickens isn't. They should be arrested/fined to the maximum penalty for their blatant arrogance, with a doubling of that penalty each time until they quit. Just as I would be arrested if I decided to walk down Melbourne or Sydney main street with my donger out swinging.

                          • Sorry I didn't know stripping off and having your pecker out for children to see, blocking traffic preventing people reaching their workplace and risking being fired, stealing livestock owned by farmers to 'save' it, etc is considered 'balanced' now.

                          • As for animal conditions/treatment, if every instance they found were 'fixed' tomorrow they'd find some new level to get offended over. They'll be offended at what everyone ELSE puts in their mouth forever. Heck, they do it now as I mentioned with getting their gear off where parents walk with their children. Offended by everything, ashamed of nothing. Well one child's eyeballs and projectile vomiting matter more than billions of unwanted baby roosters turned into blood and bone by a mulching machine.

                          • "Sentient". LOL, ok. Of course creatures feel, but 'perceive'!? Any sheep farmer knows far better than vegans that's just not the case. Cows are not much higher on that scale. Pigs perhaps but this is indulging their cult/religion aspect I mentioned. i.e. They BELIEVE in something they cannot PROVE, then repeat it over and over until the rest of us start 'talking their language' - repeating their… FAITH back to them like it's fact. Well it's not, and my belief from my experience with animals from living on a farm as a child is, the lowing and other stress behaviour of cows in abattoirs has nothing to do with 'knowing they're going to die'. They display the same stress behaviours if locked inside a barn for the first time or when a tractor backfires. It's merely the stress of being taken from a field they know into a strange environment, with different noises, nothing they recognise to get their bearings to know how to get back to that field. My 'faith' in this comes from real experience, so is no less valid than the faith of the cult of vegan.

                          It makes no difference whether animals 'perceive' anyway, because animals will still be killed and eaten for food forevermore. Nothing is going to change this. The other 'Cult of Climate' have been pushing bug-eating for some time now. They're not plants either. If everyone stopped eating animals on Friday, vegans would be claiming bugs are 'sentient' by Monday. ;-)

                          • @Faulty P xel: Of course numbers don't matter when talking proportions, they simply force you to take a look in the mirror, take stock (pun intended) and see what hyperbolic obsession can do. Ever wondered why vegan "irksomeness" and activism rarely comes up in conversations and the media? Because it's an urban myth perpetrated by fools and spread by dullards. Disproportionate is obviously not an appropriate term for what you're attempting to ascribe to vegans but it's a perfect description for your reaction to whatever it was/is which presses your anto-vegan buttons. This parallel universe where activist vegans are a major social problem is "interesting" but your obsession with their tits is a little out there even for a "freedom" junkie. If it's not a result of lockdown you might want to seek some professional help on that.

                            Your continued exaggeration is amusing if not unexpected - it's common among people with obsessed and closed minds. The ignorance and inflated views of your own knowledge are the real problems here though. A common trait of opinionated ignorance is the lack of reading and unwillingness to research information or accept science, and you clearly have those traits in abundance. I won't bore you with facts about animal stress at slaughterhouses or animal sentience because your mind already full with fantasies, suffice to say that if at some point your obsession eases google will turn up thousands of useful bits of information which could change your mind. That said I look forward to your scientific treatise on the stress levels of farm animals in various situations.

                            Ignorance and stereoytyping are FAR bigger issues for many western countries than a handful of active vegans, notwithstanding your continuous harassment by "saggy tits" in the streets. Not that I disbelieve anything you say but which town was it again?

                            Took you a while before you exposed some of your other prejudices and ignorance but we're slowly getting the full picture. But humour me - what exactly is this "cult of the climate" you've mentioned? Presumably it's your term for something else which is inconvenient for you and which you'd prefer to ignore and which others are actively attempting to ameliorate, tits or no tits? Is climate cult something you'll be marching against at your "freedom" rally (which of course won't inconvenience anyone and won't be attempting to force its rabid views on others in public spaces)? Perhaps along with the choice to vaccinate?

  • Does "meat" include seafood?

  • I got collect 10x points on fresh meat, and 3x points on everything. Activated this from the link but don't see it in the app. Hopefully they all stack.

  • Silly question but rissoles and kievs won't count right? What about sausages?

  • I've got $45 of meat in the cart but only $5 is coming off.

  • Was able to add my card number and then it appeared in the rewards app under offers despite not being their earlier.

  • AHHH FRESH MEAT!

  • Stupid question: Does this include meat that is pre-packaged and pre-weighed on a tray or does it have to be loose meat that is picked and weighed by the staff?

  • T&c says "fresh meat from meat department". No mention of packaging. Therefore, yes it includes pre-packaged.

  • Cheers OP this will stack nicely with my $20 off $100 spend online code

  • I posted the same meat offer last week (https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/572670) it is Targeted I believe, some of your questions can be answered under that post

  • Accepted it via link, but not showing any discount when I try and checkout (tried with pork shoulder).

    • Probably someone trying to scam Woolies taking the photo as they were about to be placed on the shelves .
      Easy for Woolies to defend themselves .

    • This comment "So, she spots chicken pieces stacked away the fridge area for 15mins but still buys chicken from the same shop & then becomes ill after eating the same alleged chicken. Rightio then."

      • But it says she was ill from chicken wings she bought weeks ago at the same store

        • Apparently he and that commenter took the effort to click on and scroll all the way past the article, but couldn't read more than 3 itty bitty paragraphs.

  • Does this work for their bbq chickens?

  • Does this include chicken breast in the deli?

  • How about this

    • I’m confused with the maths here, not sure how it came to that conclusion.

      Wouldn’t it be a maximum of 33% off, since it’s $5 off a $15+ spend? (Put through multiple transactions)

      • Yeah I call bs on the math. Maybe she was only applying the total discount to the already discounted items and not the "full price" items (if you're getting $5 off $15 then nothing is full price…so I don't know how you say "oh if I paid full price for these items then I only paid $X for the remainder")

  • Thanks for the post OP!

    I contacted Woolworths chat and they couldn't help as they said they couldn't see the deal on my account until 24 hours after activation.

  • Just bought some pork belly rashers, sausages and eye fillet steak for $30.85 and got $10 off as soon as i swiped my rewards card. Fantastic deal!
    Thanks OP.

  • Tried the link from Op, and entered my card number. It's showing :(:
    "Unfortunately, this boost offer isn’t available to you"

  • I wonder if this works for plant-based meats…

  • So has anyone has managed to get $15 off $45 spend in single transaction?

  • have a question about how they define the fresh meat. Are this duck chess also count as fresh meat?

  • So looks like the $45 spend for $15 discount doesn't work online but does work in store, based on comments from people here?

  • Thanks for posting this OP. I joined up to EDR in August and whilst I've just started to get some "booster" offers in the app, I haven't received any promotional emails at all (ticket has been logged with their IT Team, who are looking into it). I was able to successfully activate this offer, although it doesn't appear in the app or on my EDR account when logged in via desktop, so will be interested to see if it works!

    ETA: 10 minutes later, have just checked the app and the activated offer is now appearing under the "Ready to Shop" section, so looks like I'm good to go for my shopping tomorrow.

  • Cheers op got 1.6kg chicken wings and 1kg roast beef for $12 as it was already on special

  • Cheers OP

    Also can confirm this works on Quick Sale meats, got a pack of expiring mince which was discounted

  • Thanks OP, just went and bought me some eye fillet. Normally out of my price range, many thanks mate.