New John West No Drain Tuna Steak in a fridge friendly pot for lasting freshness. Now you can peel it, reseal it and pop it in the fridge. Naturally high in protein and delicious over pasta.
You may request your cashback for all items purchased before Thursday 21/03/19 - 11:59PM. Proof of purchase is necessary.
Offer terms and conditions
*Offer "Try 1 product for £0.50”: the cashback amounts to the difference between the purchase price and £0.50. Valid for the purchase of 1 product only.
Offer valid from 21/02/2019 to 21/03/2019, and subject to availability (online supermarkets included).
You can request your cashback until 24/03/2019 at 23:59.
Eligible product(s) and Recommended Retail Price (RRP) are as follows:
- John West No Drain Fridge Pot Tuna Steak with a Little Olive Oil 110g (£2.25)
- John West No Drain Fridge Pot Tuna Steak with a Little Brine 110g (£2.25)
- John West No Drain Fridge Pot Tuna Steak with a Little Sunflower Oil 110g (£2.25)
- John West No Drain Fridge Pot Tuna Steak with a Little Spring Water 110g (£2.25)
The RRP is for information only and is subject to variation across retailers. The maximum refund is calculated by the RRP plus 20% per product.
about 6 hours ago
Easy to open and same great taste
about 11 hours ago
Small and quite expensive but tasty
about 15 hours ago
Very easy to dish up with no drain necessary and tasty with a salad
about 15 hours ago
Very nice, good for lunch on the go as you dont need to drain them.
about 16 hours ago
Nice little pot, a lot easier than a tin and stays fresh if not using it all
about 18 hours ago
Great product, love that theres no mess and easy to take to work for lunch
about 19 hours ago
Great tasting tuna. lasted longer in the fridge than regular can one.
about 20 hours ago
Good tasty .easy for storage in fride
1 day ago
Handy as no drain but would like it in oil really
2 days ago
Always happy with this product but would only buy when on offer as you have to use within a couple days of opening so there’s not really much point in paying extra for a “fridge pot”