326g box of Lucky Charms cereal for £4.47 at americansoda.co.uk. Normally a really expensive cereal. Also £5 gift voucher for first time customers! - HotUKDeals
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Am completely hooked on the stuff lol. Cheapest I've found by far. Next day delivery available in case you really need your fix!
£5 voucher is for use with purchases of £20 or over and is sent along with your first purchase.
Great website they have loads of American sweets, drinks etc.
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#1
think they are also on promotion 2 for £10 at selfridges in Manchester city centre.x
#2
I loved this cereal about 15 years ago when I was little and you could get them in the normal supermarket,I wonder why the stopped,shame you now have to pay nearly a fiver for a box of cereal now!Think ill save my pennies although would love a box :-)
#3
yeah has always been a favourite! I agree complete rip off for a cereal but some places charge an absolute fortune.
#4
£5 for cereal? r u for real
#5
I am voting hot!! I know to some this seems expensive, but someone pointed out to me earlier.....

You should compare this product to the same product on other sites and stores. If you do that you will see that this is a cheap price.

Must admit though, I prefer fruit loops! If you put a good price for those on here I will vote hot, lol.

Heat and rep added.
#6
I will have a look! thanks mate
#7
bargainhunter2009;4325091
£5 for cereal? r u for real


Damn straight, those frosted lucky charms are magically delicious! They have mashmallow pieces in a cereal....yes...mashmallow pieces!
#8
Dont knock it
#9
Marshmallows and cereal.The best combination ever created by far.
#10
cheers for that will have to have a look!
#11
You'll never catch me lucky chaaaa-rms!!
#12
Just give your kids crack, it's healthier and cheaper!
#13
lol yeah but no marshmallows. Big problem
#14
Anybody know why these were banned in the uk??
#15
How do i vote hot?? Im new to this!!x:-D
#16
These are expensive because they're really bad for you apparently- just pure sugar. That's why the Americans love it
#17
myeshiashawty
Anybody know why these were banned in the uk??


they are super high in sugar, maybe the makers didn't want the bad press, if they were the top seller at the time tho, they'd still be around in a different form i reckon

jeez: they do chocolate ones, sainsburys used to do something similar w cocopop clusters, they were insanely sweeet
#18
Wicked666
These are expensive because they're really bad for you apparently- just pure sugar. That's why the Americans love it


I can believe that. Fruit loops are just colorings and sugar. Still as a treat they dont hurt!
#19
probably had a higher child kill rate than most other breakfast options lol
#20
lol click on the red arrow facing up next to the thermometer. Thanks!
#21
yeah the chocolate ones are just like weetos on steroids..Immense
#22
Postage is £4.65 for 3-5 day standard shipping via parcel force,The best cereal ever but at nearly £10 a box i'll keep looking.Thanks anyway.
banned#23
Why not just make your own. Get regular cereal and a bag of sweets, and mix them in the ratio 1:5.
#24
mabccc
Why not just make your own. Get regular cereal and a bag of sweets, and mix them in the ratio 1:5.


Post of the day! Love it!
#25
You can buy a bag of mini marshmallows and chuck into any cereal. I didn't enjoy them years ago, soggy mush with sweets for breakfast. Its like the black market for food. There will be a vendor for all the chemical added stuff soon.
#26
thanks for finding these havent seen these since i was little used to have them all the time im gonna get some.heat added
#27
manchesterjim
326g box of Lucky Charms cereal for £4.47 at americansoda.co.uk. [SIZE="4"]Normally a really expensive cereal. [/SIZE]
So if we add delivery it's 'ONLY' £9.12 for a box of cereal! You deserve an award for finding this...
http://www.kaasa.com/img/mgf-icecold.jpg
1 Like #28
At almost a tenner a box, you could have an equally unhealthy big McDonalds breakfast complete with pancakes with sickly syrup followed by a family size bag of Marshmallows....and still have change for a big packet of Rennie's and a sick bag!
#29
Aah, ADHD in a box. Wash 'em down with a glass of Sunny D for maximum effect!

Heat as usually £7+ a box.
#30
I had no idea you could no longer buy these in UK stores. Doesn't suprise me though, these things are/were minging.

There's a Lucky Charms flick-book freebie that's been in our junk drawer for years.

I wonder if some fool with more money than sense would pay a silly price for it on ebay? :p

EDIT: Only things I miss from the US is Apple Cider, Taco Bell and Pumpkin Pie!
#31
Blasphemous
So if we add delivery it's 'ONLY' £9.12 for a box of cereal! You deserve an award for finding this...
http://www.kaasa.com/img/mgf-icecold.jpg


if you'd checked the postage properly, you would have realised that the postage stays the same for about 6 boxes so its not too bad. You can take the reward back ;-)
#32
By voting this cold, you're basically just admitting that you have no soul, and should be exterminated like the lifeless zombie lizard that you are. It's not a box of cereal, it's a box of dry marshmallowy awesome.
banned#33
OK deal but not great. If you live in Ipswich check out Granspen R U OK, they do all american food cheaper than american soda. Lucky Charms for £5 in a local store.
#34
leeclissett
OK deal but not great. If you live in Ipswich check out Granspen R U OK, they do all american food cheaper than american soda. Lucky Charms for £5 in a local store.


Probably be cheaper to fly to America with an empty suitcase and fill it with this muck!

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