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Countdown One Day Sale: Wattie's Baked Beans or Spaghetti 99c, Hellers Sausages 1kg $5, 10kg Potatoes $5 + More


Countdown are having a One Day Sale for the first time in a while this week. Offers valid August 24 2016.

There are many different products in this sale than in previous Two Day Sales.

Deals are sorted with the most discounted at the top.

Product Is Was Discount
Wattie's Standard Baked Beans or Spaghetti 420g $0.99 $1.99 -50%
By George Snapper, Swordfish or Tuna Portions 750g $12.49 $24.99 -50%
Hellers Plain or Flavoured Pre-Cooked Sausages 1kg $5.00 $10.00 -50%
Countdown Pre-Packed Brushed Potatoes 10kg $5.00 $9.99 -50%
Coca-Cola Cans 30 Pack $18.99 $32.99 -42%
Lindauer 750ml $8.99
Steinlager Pure or Stella Artois Bottles 12 Pack $19.99

P.S. This is my 100th deal post on ChoiceCheapies!

Enjoy :)

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  • +1

    Congrats on 100 deals!

  • +1

    Century reached, congrats mate

    • +2

      You've been a member for a year since yesterday, congrats on that!

      • Ha true, cheers

  • +2

    Hellers Plain or Flavoured Pre-Cooked Sausages

    For Christchurch members, Hellers sausages are often available at their Kaiapoi factory shop for as low as $1.50 per kg. Well stocked shop with discounted prices, plus spot specials on short-dated stock. Worth the drive if stocking up for a party or the like. (*Verkerks salami factory at Papanui also worth visiting.)

    • Thanks for the advice, Jay. I'm sure Christchurch members will appreciate that.

    • Heaps of factory outlets down there aye!

      • And I'd be surprised if there are many/any we don't know about! Something of a hobby for us.

        • What about the old Herbithan Hairy Cheese outlet on Colombo Street?

        • @Shaw: Know Colombo street well. Can think of half a dozen wholesale places on or near. But no, have never heard of Herbithan Hairy Cheese?

        • +1


          Yea, neither, I tried to find it but couldn't!

          Next time I go down there (Next time Jetstar have $9 flights) I'll have to get a list from you on what is where. Maybe a wiki page Christchurch Outlet Stores or something could be handy.

        • @Shaw: Have considered that in the past but couldn't really see the incentive to do so. Has taken a fair bit of work to put together and maintain such a list.

          Couple of years ago, considered putting up a website for that. There are some old sites around but nothing current. Even considered running a weekly shopping bus, visiting different sites each week. In the end, just decided it was more work than it was worth.

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          Yea, fair enough.

          If you do have the data, I'd be happy to format it and make a wiki page around it regardless, the idea being that this would assist both customers and stores, for exposure of such outlets. Your call though.

  • I can see the dairy owners loading their trolleys up with Coca-cola at that price

    • Yet the people that go there and buy them at $1.50 a can wouldn't consider this a deal…

  • Yeah pricing is weird, was at Slyvia Park countdown the other evening , going to the movies , thought instead of paying through the nose for a coke at the picture theatre i'd buy a small bottle at countdown , a 600 ml was $4 and yet i could buy a 1.25 litre or it may of even been a 2 litre one for about $2.50

    • Yea, it's crazy, but it's simple marketing really. People would still buy the 600ml bottles.

  • well i couldn't get the larger bottle in the other halfs handbag lol

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