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A great offer and its in time for Christmas!!! Hope you like these and vote them scorching hot!!!
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#1
They all look overpriced to me
1 Like #2
voted hot
#3
nickzadok
They all look overpriced to me




Take it you've never bought a hamper for anyone then? These are very reasonable and free delivery. Remember hampers don't usually get reduced until after xmas. Oh btw where are they available cheaper with like for like products and FREE delivery.
#4
curtivic
voted hot


Thanks Curtivic!!! :thumbsup:
#5
good find - thanks:thumbsup:
#6
no probs it really annoys me when people vote cold for the sake of it. dont vote if you cant be constructive or dont know what you are voting on. i always buy a hamper at christmas for the little luxuries and these are a good price.
#7
Voted hot, they make nice gifts and I usually have to pay full price :thumbsup:
1 Like #8
curtivic;3609000
no probs it really annoys me when people vote cold for the sake of it. dont vote if you cant be constructive or dont know what you are voting on. i always buy a hamper at christmas for the little luxuries and these are a good price.

Your right there, this is a great deal for good quality hampers.

A true discount for something lots of people will find very useful at this time of year, unlike most of the 10p off a tin of soup deals we normally get

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#9
Thanks for all your positive feedback its really nice when people give nice comments! Your all brilliant!!!!
#10
Hampers are lazy imo, it would be cheaper to buy the items individually, so your paying for a faux leather box (lol) and the convenience of having a bunch of items bundled together some you probably won't even wan't or like instead of walking around a supermarker and individually adding them to your basket.

I havn't voted either way but hampers are not for me.
#11
softpurple
Hampers are lazy imo, it would be cheaper to buy the items individually, so your paying for a faux leather box (lol) and the convenience of having a bunch of items bundled together some you probably won't even wan't or like instead of walking around a supermarker and individually adding them to your basket.

I havn't voted either way but hampers are not for me.


Got to go along with this.
#12
Thanks, I had been planning to get a M&S hamper as a gift for family but this was better value :thumbsup:.
1 Like #13
Brilliant deal,esp as it's free delivery too. John Lewis hampers are great. Many thanks for posting!
1 Like #14
Voted hot.

Its a good deal, especially before Xmas, they don't normally reduce before Xmas, these are really gonna be reduced in the new year, so if you don't need one for Xmas, I'd wait till the new year when you'll see 50%+ off, in new year sales I got a really nice wicker basket hamper including plates, cutlery, wine glasses reduced from £150 down to £50 from John Lewis.
#15
softpurple
Hampers are lazy imo, it would be cheaper to buy the items individually, so your paying for a faux leather box (lol) and the convenience of having a bunch of items bundled together some you probably won't even wan't or like instead of walking around a supermarker and individually adding them to your basket.

I havn't voted either way but hampers are not for me.



Part of the fun of a hamper is too try food you haven't bought before and would not normally buy, I've bought my hampers heavily reduced in the new year sales in the past, so they were very good value, which made trying all the different ingredients great fun.
#16
Thanks - had been wanting to order one for my parents who are miles and miles away - hampers do seem so expensive but these seem good value and quality compared to what we'd been looking at.
Cheers :thumbsup:
#17
softpurple
Hampers are lazy imo, it would be cheaper to buy the items individually, so your paying for a faux leather box (lol) and the convenience of having a bunch of items bundled together some you probably won't even wan't or like instead of walking around a supermarker and individually adding them to your basket.

I havn't voted either way but hampers are not for me.


Isn't the whole point to vote if it's a hot deal not just comment that you think hampers are lazy
#18
softpurple
Hampers are lazy imo, it would be cheaper to buy the items individually, so your paying for a faux leather box (lol) and the convenience of having a bunch of items bundled together some you probably won't even wan't or like instead of walking around a supermarker and individually adding them to your basket.

I havn't voted either way but hampers are not for me.


are the majority of hampers not given as gifts?

"merry christmas, have a few shopping bags filled with lovely items"

an orange sainsburys bag would really go with the champagne and chocolate.

Just because you are a cheapskate with no class, doesnt mean others are the same. you prob think buying a nice watch is a waste of time because you can get one for 10 quid down your local chemist.

Voted you cold. hampers hot
#19
Cheers, ordered one as a gift, just the ticket!

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