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Asda is promoting EIGHT cans of cider for £3.55 and Bristol goes nuts

The Web has gone loopy after Asda began promoting eight cans of Thatchers cider for simply £3.55.

Bristol has all the time been a fan of a drop or two and rumours are that persons are driving across the metropolis looking out the discount.





However it’s dangerous information for customers, with studies that the Bedminster, Filton, Whitchurch and Longwell Inexperienced branches of the grocery store, identified domestically as Asdal, have all offered out.

Nevertheless, all hope is just not misplaced as you’ll be able to nonetheless decide the supply up on-line – though there’s a £40 minimal on supply, however click on and acquire could be an choice.

Thatchers usually sells at round 4 for £4 or £5 and customers have been seen taking trolley a great deal of the products, that are lower than half worth.

The final identified sighting of the golden liquid delight within the Bristol space was in Whitchurch at round 2pm, however the pallet is now mentioned to be empty.

The shop in Bedminster was mentioned to have offered out at round 12.30pm and a tragic trying empty shelf is all that continues to be on the 24/7 retailer.

A employee on the retailer mentioned they took away the worth tag because the bins of cider went (presumably to not upset those that missed out on the deal).

Ex-pat Bristolians have been tweeting smugly from their native shops across the nation which have been nonetheless bulging on the seams with the staple drink of Bristol.

One Bristol Rovers fan, Alistair Burns, tweeted a pic of his native retailer in Hatfield in Hertfordshire, exhibiting full pallets, as Bristolians right here within the metropolis mournfully shared footage of empty pallets and cabinets.

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