Woolworths Chocolate Muesli Price Has Mzansi Woman Stunned in Video, Peeps Can’t Believe How Cheap It Is

Woolworths Chocolate Muesli Price Has Mzansi Woman Stunned in Video, Peeps Can’t Believe How Cheap It Is

  • A woman found cheap muesli at Woolworths and shared the cool find with her TikTok followers
  • The lady was in love with chocolate brownie-inspired muesli and said that she would definitely be going back to get more
  • Mzansi people were shook at the low price of R39, and some were sad that they did not see the special

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A South African woman took to TikTok with a video showing Woolworths muesli on special for R39. Fellow citizens could not believe how cheap the delicious breakfast option was.

Woolworths, South Africa, TikTok video
This woman was living for the reasonably priced muesli on sale at Woolworths, and so were her followers. Image: @choose_a_row
Source: TikTok

Woolworths is not always the cheapest option, that is no secret. However, Woolies often surprises us with cool specials like this one.

Mzansi woman drops Woolworths muesli plug in TikTok video

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TikTok user @choose_a_row shared a video showing Woolworths muesli on special for R39.

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The best part of it all is it's not just your average muesli. It's a delicious take on brownie-inspired mercy. Could you imagine a bit chocolate for breakfast?

Take a look:

Mzansi Tiktokker reviews Woolies mueslie

Briefly News spoke to the lady to see if the muesli was worth the hype, and apparently, it is! She is in love and hopes it is still on special so she can stock up.

"It was yum. Was not as sweet as I thought it was going to be, which was great, actually. And the bag is now finished. Need another."

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People could not believe their eyes. It is not every day that you can get any grocery item for less than R50, let alone a delicious muesli from the boujee Woolworths.

Read some of the shook comments:

It's me your opp was shook:

“Shocked at the price because it’s kinda cheap.”

Stacey Heine is a fan:

“It's amazing, I was hooked on this, and for a while, it was sold out. Enjoy.”

Raeesha' missed out:

“I bought it yesterday but didn't see this one ”

♡TashShakur♡ is on it:

“This is a sign to keep buying it and to keep eating those little chocolate squares that comes in the bag ”

Kim Mentor missed it:

“Haibooo, I did not see this yesterday! Usually buy the 1kg one, that's worth it for Woolies muesli.”

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In related news, Briefly News reported that a content creator on TikTok showed how she spent over R1 000 on groceries for the week at Woolworth's store. The lady's groceries inspired a debate about how much more people could buy at other stores, such as Pick n Pay.

The video of Woolworth's grocery haul got 23 000 likes and hundreds of comments. With the rising cost of living in South Africa, the prices of different grocery stores are a hot topic, and people were not shy to pick favourites.

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Source: Briefly News

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Denika Herbst (Editor) Denika Herbst is a Human Interest writer at Briefly News. She is also an Industrial Sociologist with a master's degree in Industrial Organisational and Labour Studies from the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal, which she completed in 2020. She is now a PhD candidate at UKZN. Denika has over five years of experience writing for Briefly News (joined in 2018), and a short time writing for The South African. You can reach her via: denika.herbst@briefly.co.za.

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