MONEY-SAVING food fans are going wild after Morrisons introduced a budget-friendly afternoon tea deal – but not everyone will be racing to enjoy it.
Whilst some were raving about the bargain deal, others were less impressed[/caption]
According to the foodie, she enjoyed the scrumptious afternoon treat for just £2[/caption]
According to one delighted customer, Deb Felton, you can now enjoy a mini afternoon tea at Morrisons for a mere £2.
”Thought this was a great deal in Morrisons. Mini cream tea,” she wrote in the post.
Deb added that usually this would’ve cost £2.99 – which in her eyes was a ”good value anyway” – but now you can save 99p.
In total, for two plates full of sweet treats, as well as a gingerbread man and some apple juice, the customer paid £5.98.
Deb, who visited a Morrisons store in Gosport near Portsmouth, added that ‘everything was very fresh”.
But whilst many like Deb were raving about the incredible meal deal, not everyone reckoned it was the cream of the crop.
As the post racked up a whopping 2.7k likes on the social media platform, hundreds raced to comments, where many complained about the food.
One person seemed to have had a rather negative experience after visiting a store.
”After seeing this offer went to Doncaster Morrisons and was charged £2 99 and told this offer had ended.
”I won’t bother again, hardly any ham on the sandwich and dont expect to get one of the bakery scones, you will be dissapointed, it was a cheap tiny specimen which are available in a 10 pack for £1 in store and that was stale [sic]!”
Someone else also didn’t have anything positive to say, writing: ”Scone as tough as bricks,Sandwich stale,not nice at all.so really 2.99 for a brew [sic].”
Others, meanwhile, were more concerned about the quality and taste of the scones.
”I don’t like them as they are buried in sugar ..I preferred their round cheaper ones,” a customer chimed in.
Another wrote: ”They don’t taste like scones should. They are sugary.”