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Minute Steaks $0.99 ea., Spring Onions $0.77, Oreo Double Stuff Choc Hazelnut $0.55 + More @ PAK'n SAVE, Manukau

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Some really good prices at PAK'n SAVE, Manukau. Haven't been there in ages, but this is tempting me to go just for the croissants!

Deals

  • Bakers Fresh Choc Chip Cookies 130g - $0.77
  • Loose Onions - $0.95/kg
  • Red Capsicums - $0.88
  • Spring Onions - $0.77
  • Loose Carrots - $0.97/kg
  • Shanghai Bok Choy - $0.93
  • Mini Spring Rolls - $0.10/each
  • Sodaly Prebiotic Soda Range 250mL - $0.86
  • Minute Steaks - $0.99/each
  • Oreo Double Stuff Choc Hazelnut - $0.55
  • 2 Pack Chocolate Crossaints - $0.48
  • Meadow Fresh Milk UHT Original 250ml - $0.90
  • Anchor Calci Yum Flavoured Range 250ml - $0.77

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closed Comments

  • +1

    What on earth is a Minute Steak?

    • Steak that takes a minute to cook. Really thin

      • -2

        minute
        adjective
        mi·​nute

        1: very small : infinitesimal
        2: of small importance : trifling
        3: marked by close attention to details

        minuteness noun

    • An hourly steak cut into sixty equal pieces

  • +8

    PnS Wairau having anniversary sale, some okay deals if anyone is interested

    https://files.cheapies.nz/upload/485/4321/pnswairau.jpg

    • Just bought V from there, 4 packs for only $4.49.

    • 12kg drumstricks?!?!

      • +2

        They're usually the whole boxes straight from Tegel. Inside the box is a massive bag packed with the drumsticks.

        I wouldn't recommend it unless you can portion it out immediately because they're usually chilled and not frozen. You'll have to stick them into smaller bags if you want to freeze them or else you'll get a huge chicken ice block that you have to chip away at when you want to cook one.

  • Dont forget to price match the V at TWH

  • Half the things you can't even tell what they are.

  • +2

    Croissant should be renamed minute croissant as they are tiny, but you get what you paid for.

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