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Coles ½ Price: Bega Simply Nuts Peanut Butter 325g $2.50, Coles Frozen Salmon Fillets 1kg $14, Weet-Bix 575g $1.90 + More

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Coles half price specials, valid from Wed 20 October to Tue 26 October. Taken from the VIC metro catalogue.

Bread & Bakery Was Now Save Discount
Cadbury Cake Bars or Rolls 105g-130g $3.75 $1.87 each $1.88 50%
Meat, Seafood & Deli Was Now Save Discount
Slape & Sons Cheese Kransky 480g or Smokey Chargrilled Beef Sausages 480g $7.00 $3.50 pk $3.50 50%
Slape & Sons Lamb Burgers or Pepper & Worcestershire Beef Burgers 480g $8.00 $4.00 pk $4.00 50%
Dairy, Eggs & Meals Was Now Save Discount
Chobani Fit X Yogurt 140g $3.85 $1.90 each $1.95 51%
Ski D’Lite Yoghurt 6x150g $4.50 $2.25 each $2.25 50%
Chobani Fit Yogurt Pouch 140g $2.25 $1.12 each $1.13 50%
Chobani Fit Yogurt Tub 170g $2.25 $1.12 each $1.13 50%
Vaalia Probiotics Yoghurt 900g $5.80 $3.00 each $2.80 48%
Pantry Was Now Save Discount
John West Tuna Tempters 90g-95g $2.30 $1.15 each $1.15 50%
Arnott's Chocolate TeeVee or Mini Wagon Wheel Biscuits 165g-190g $4.00 $2.00 each $2.00 50%
Peckish Fancies Rice Crackers 90g $2.80 $1.40 each $1.40 50%
Red Rock Deli Chips 290g or Smith’s Crinkle Cut Chips or Doritos Corn Chips 380g $7.00 $3.50 each $3.50 50%
Grain Waves 170g or Smith’s Poppables 90g $3.50 $1.75 each $1.75 50%
Loacker Tortina Chocolate Biscuits 125g-126g $4.00 $2.00 each $2.00 50%
Sanitarium Weet-Bix Cereal 575g $3.80 $1.90 each $1.90 50%
Nice & Natural Roasted or Chocolate Nut Bars 180g-192g $4.00 $2.00 each $2.00 50%
Bega Simply Nuts Peanut Butter 325g $5.00 $2.50 each $2.50 50%
La Española Olive Oil 1 Litre $18.00 $9.00 each $9.00 50%
Continental Standard Pasta & Sauce or Rice 85g-120g $2.20 $1.10 each $1.10 50%
Gold Sunset Oil 4 Litre $24.00 $12.00 each $12.00 50%
Maharajah’s Choice Basmati Rice 5kg $19.00 $9.50 each $9.50 50%
Red Island Extra Virgin Olive Oil 500mL $9.50 $4.75 each $4.75 50%
Frozen Was Now Save Discount
Dr Oetker Ristorante Pizza 310g-390g $7.90 $3.95 each $3.95 50%
Creative Gourmet Frozen Blueberries 300g $5.65 $2.82 each $2.83 50%
Coles Frozen Salmon Fillets 1kg $28.00 $14.00 each $14.00 50%
Pacific West Cocktail Spring Rolls 1kg $11.50 $5.75 each $5.75 50%
Mars Ice Cream 6 Pack 306mL $8.50 $4.25 each $4.25 50%
Patties Party Meat Pies 12 Pack 560g $8.50 $4.25 each $4.25 50%
Balfours Frozen Potato Pies 2 Pack 440g $6.00 $3.00 each $3.00 50%
Peters Connoisseur Ice Cream 4 Pack-6 Pack $8.60 $4.30 each $4.30 50%
Drinks (some drinks more expensive in NSW) Was Now Save Discount
Coca-Cola Soft Drink 24x375mL $33.20 $16.60 each $16.60 50%
Cocobella Coconut Water 1 Litre $5.00 $2.50 each $2.50 50%
Schweppes Mixers or Pepsi Max Soft Drink 4x300mL $5.70 $2.85 each $2.85 50%
Lipton Ice Tea 1.5 Litre $3.95 $1.97 each $1.98 50%
Lavazza Espresso Barista Coffee Beans 1kg $35.00 $17.50 each $17.50 50%
Pureharvest Organic Long Life Oat Milk 1 Litre $2.80 $1.40 each $1.40 50%
Household Was Now Save Discount
Omo Laundry Powder 2kg or Liquid 2 Litre $22.00 $11.00 each $11.00 50%
Scholl Gel Activ Men & Women 1 Pack $28.00 $14.00 each $14.00 50%
Somat Excellence Dishwashing Tablets 30 Pack or Gold 51 Pack $30.00 $15.00 each $15.00 50%
Palmolive Dishwashing Liquid 700mL-750mL $5.50 $2.75 each $2.75 50%
Dettol Biodegradable Multipurpose Wipes 90 Pack $10.00 $5.00 each $5.00 50%
Harpic Colour Toilet Cleaner 39g, Germ Fighting 2 Pack or Eco Fresh In Bowl 2 Pack $6.00 $3.00 each $3.00 50%
Harpic Fresh Power Toilet Cleaner 39g or Toilet Cleaning Liquid 700mL $5.00 $2.50 each $2.50 50%
Comfort Fabric Softener 800mL $7.00 $3.50 each $3.50 50%
Vanish Gold Pro Stain Remover Powder 900g $12.00 $6.00 each $6.00 50%
Biozet Laundry Powder 2kg or Liquid 2 Litre $20.00 $10.00 each $10.00 50%
Dynamo Laundry Liquid Capsules 28 Pack $24.00 $12.00 each $12.00 50%
Dettol Multipurpose Cleaner 750mL $5.00 $2.50 each $2.50 50%
Liquid Plumr Urgent Clear 502mL $12.00 $6.00 each $6.00 50%
Mortein Powergard Professional DIY Surface Spray 2 Litre $32.00 $16.00 each $16.00 50%
Health & Beauty Was Now Save Discount
Olay Regenerist Collagen Peptide 24 Cream 50g $60.00 $30.00 each $30.00 50%
Colgate Total Advanced Toothpaste 115g $5.50 $2.75 each $2.75 50%
Brut Antiperspirant Deodorant 245mL $6.30 $3.15 each $3.15 50%
Head & Shoulders 2in1 Moisture Recharge Shampoo & Conditioner 400mL $20.00 $10.00 each $10.00 50%
Pet Was Now Save Discount
Elevate Cat Food Pouches 12x85g $21.00 $10.50 each $10.50 50%
Elevate Dog Food Pouches 12x100g $21.00 $10.50 each $10.50 50%
Elevate Dry Cat Food 800g $14.00 $7.00 each $7.00 50%
Elevate Dry Dog Food 8kg $45.00 $22.50 each $22.50 50%
Stationery & Media Was Now Save Discount
Optus $40 SIM Kit $40.00 $15.00 each $25.00 63%
Coles Mobile $20 Prepaid SIM $20.00 $10.00 each $10.00 50%
Belong $45 Starter Pack $45.00 $22.50 each $22.50 50%

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  • +1

    If anyone is interested they currently have cashews for a great price ($12.50 / Kg)

    https://shop.coles.com.au/product/coles-roasted-salted-cashe...

    • Does this special end tomorrow?

      • Looks like it's still available for that price, I have no idea when it will end.

  • +3

    Salmon for $14/kg, noice

    • +5

      Farmed Norwegian I bet. Thanks but that's nei.

      • +1

        Oh what's the problem with farmed Norwegian Salmon vs the Tassie stuff?

        • +1

          The fact that you can tell difference between wild caught and farmed salmon by just looking at the meat for a starter plus questionable use of pesticides that end up in flesh. Not sure about Tasmanian and pesticides use but it's also quite different from wild caught.

          • +6

            @DainB: …. You're aware that salmon from tas is also farmed right? Atlantic Salmon is not native to Australia.

          • +2

            @DainB: When was the last time you had wild salmon?

            Have a squiz some of the practices of Tassal

            https://animalsaustralia.org/features/fish-farms.php

            2kg of wild fish used to produce 1kg Salmon,
            Battery-Chicken style farming
            Swimming in their own poo
            Like all farmed Salmon, they're fed dye to make them pink.
            Full of whatever is washed into their pens.

            But still tasty!

            • +2

              @M00Cow: You can buy Alaskan wild caught salmon in Australia without any problems, it's not cheap but you get what you pay for. Yes, I know it's a totally different species of fish but it still far superior to any farmed.

              Norwegian salmon in particular tastes weird to me and has some unpleasant chemical-ishy aftertaste which Tasmanian salmon does not have.

              • @DainB: Look at the back of the product shot, it expired 3mth avo! That'd explain the off taste; -)

                I had some frozen wild caught Canadian salmon from Costco..i didn't really rate it, it lacked a lot of flavour IMHO. Each to their own. I haven't had frozen Salmon from Europe before, I've had fresh (I believe wild) Salmon in Norway before it was delicious..IMHO Ireland has the best stuff.

                • @M00Cow: Unless you tried pink salmon you just caught yourself in Sakhalin river you have no idea what wild salmon tastes like.

                  • +1

                    @DainB: If my eyes rolled any harder my head would fall off

                    • @GrueHunter: Thank you for expressing your feelings. Hope that made you happier.

                • +1

                  @M00Cow: I'm from Eastern side of Russia. We eat wild caught salmon as people are lazy to build farms , and wild salmon is in abundance coming from northern seas. The price in season is around $4 per kilo for whole fish. If you are lucky you can get one with caviar. Just check for female fish they are slightly different from males.

        • +4

          nothing wrong with Norwegian salmon - they're just pining for the fjords

      • Didn't notice this before but the meat of Coles frozen salmon is definitely darker red and looks artificial - maybe what you are referring to. A few bucks more expensive than that of ALDI but cleaner cut and easier to cleanly unpack. For $14 per kg it's best price I know of.

      • so which is better, this or canned wild caught salmon?

    • How's it taste compared to their fresh one

      • More about it's questionable nutrition

        • +1

          I think Junk food has taught us, there's no correlation between Taste & Nutrition.

          • +1
            • @AH: Wouldn't touch anything sea farmed

              • @TEER3X: You're missing out mate. Most of the Paua and Oysters from NZ are sea farmed and probably the best in the world.

                • @AH: Fair enough, I have eaten oysters at restaurants, so that's probably where they come from. I need to google Paua though. ETA, ah, abalone.

            • @AH: So has Tassie salmon. In fact so has most meat and many fruits & veggies.

              But are they actually in quantities that are harmful to humans?

              • @M00Cow: Tassie salmon is fine and I eat that on a weekly basis, even though they use ruminants as a food source. Its the shit water quality which the Norwegian salmon are brought up in which I am concerned about.

                Tuna and other big fish are the same, you really don't want too eat too much of it as the mercury does accumulate over time.

  • +3

    Careful gang. Farmed Norwegian salmon.

    Peanut butter though, time to stock up :)

    • Hey mate, just wondering if you could recommend an alternative for frozen fillets (if there is one)?

      • +1

        Costco has wild caught salmon

  • +1

    Thanks gamgee!

  • Canned Alaskan pink salmon for $13/kg. Anyone tried this?
    https://shop.coles.com.au/a/national/product/coles-salmon-pi...

    • +1

      missus uses this and it is good, she said that canned red salmon tastes better.

      • +1

        Thanks, will give the Coles canned red salmon shot when I'm feeling fancy (1.4x the price

  • It must be nearly time for a gift card promo :o)

  • Can you use that salmon to make sashimi?

    • +1

      No. You need to cook that frozen salmon for safety.

  • Peanut butter all OOS in my local coles.

  • No Slape and Sons at any of the Coles stores near me :(

  • How does this salmon compare to the ALDI stuff? I forget how much ALDI charges for theirs, is it even a similar price?

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