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Mumsnet Deal: 50% off turkey and all the trimmings

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CharlotteBMumsnet (MNHQ) Thu 07-Dec-17 14:12:29

Hi folks,

A good one for those planning their Christmas meals! You can get a whole turkey and all the trimmings (including cranberry and camembert scotch eggs shock) for £37 from Muscle Foods, usually worth around £89 in total. Nab the deal here.

Quick reminder of how this works: we've selected these deals independently by scouring the web for bargains that we think MNers will love. We do, though, get a small referral % if you happen to buy through these links.

FuckyNellYaBastad Thu 07-Dec-17 14:38:20


Scoleah Thu 07-Dec-17 16:23:31

Ordered thank you! Take less stress off me for Christmas!fgrin

honeysucklejasmine Thu 07-Dec-17 16:43:36

Absolute bargain! Been looking for a turkey all damn day that isn't smothered in butter (CMPA baby). Thank you mumsnet!

Clafoutis Thu 07-Dec-17 17:52:26

That looks amazing but I can't find any information about weight/servings. I'm feeding 9 this year.

Clafoutis Thu 07-Dec-17 17:53:56

Ah...I just needed to scroll down a bit. blush

millimat Thu 07-Dec-17 17:56:34

Can anyone see delivery dates? Mine says the page is not secure?

Celticlassie Thu 07-Dec-17 20:29:18

It's a shame pretty much everything on there (bar the turkey!) contains wheat flour.

greensuculent Thu 07-Dec-17 21:31:01

Thanks, that's made my Christmas much less stressful!

Bluntness100 Thu 07-Dec-17 21:56:06

Anyone know anything about this company? I’d hate to buy and be let down...

CookieDoughKid Thu 07-Dec-17 22:19:07

I couldn't see where their turkeys are sourced from.

millimat Thu 07-Dec-17 22:19:14

My thoughts too blunt

honeysucklejasmine Thu 07-Dec-17 22:41:13

I know people who use them regularly. They have good things to say, although others are concerned about welfare standards, although obviously it meets standards required to be sold... I have no links to provide evidence either way.

But I do not doubt the reliability of the company. Perhaps use a credit card if you're not sure?

TheRebelHedgehog Thu 07-Dec-17 22:50:20

Not tried the turkey but had some steaks from them on special offer in the summer and they were bearly edible, very tough. Not been back since. ‘Personally’ I certainly would want to experiment with my Xmas dinner.....

PickAChew Thu 07-Dec-17 23:09:54

Are Scotch eggs a Christmas dinner thing, then?

NoelNiki Fri 08-Dec-17 01:18:45

Don't want to put anyone off but it looks terrible imo.

Scoleah Fri 22-Dec-17 16:04:41

Ours came yesterday, very impressed!

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