4.5kg jumbo toblerone £50 @ Iceland - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
-391

4.5kg jumbo toblerone £50.00 @ Iceland

£50.00 @ Iceland
i know this is too much to pay for a chocolate. but just an idea for some people who are into toblerones. Toblerone Milk Chocolate Jumbo Bar 4.5kg Toblerone 4.5k Toblerone A gigantic 4.5kg of smo… Read More
ryebernal Avatar
6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago
i know this is too much to pay for a chocolate.
but just an idea for some people who are into toblerones.

Toblerone Milk Chocolate Jumbo Bar 4.5kg

Toblerone 4.5k Toblerone

A gigantic 4.5kg of smooth Swiss milk chocolate with delectable honey and almond nougat

Unique triangles of delicious milk chocolate to give as a unique gift

Suitable for vegetarians

Toblerone

Switzerland

Dietary Information

Suitable for Vegetarians
ryebernal Avatar
6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago
Options

All Comments

(32) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
2 Likes #1
It's getting cold in here..

https://s24.postimg.org/mufjlrew5/vz_ZH1l3.jpg
1 Like #2
Not sure how that's a bargain really
#3
Great novelty present but £50!!! no way. I'd possibly buy it for £25 at most x x
3 Likes #4
It's a waste of money.
Even with the new weight reduction in the new bars (were 170, now 150), it would cost £30 to get the same size of chocolate weight.

With the older bar at 170g it would cost £26.4 give or take.

Last time this was posted it went cold.
1 Like #5
Is that with new increased fresh air spaces?
2 Likes #6
Worth posting for novelty value! X)
#7
This will probably be reduced half price. Many discount retailers clearing out old 170g for a £1 now that's fair value!
#8
We will have to wait until boxing day sale and see how much cheaper they're !
#9
i just realised its 50 not 5 haha
#10
Heat for coolness but wouldn't pay 50bar for choc but would for Heineken :P
#11
What's the best before date?
#12
not a deal at all
#13
rmaee
We will have to wait until boxing day sale and see how much cheaper they're !

I'm hoping free! Lol
#14
You can usually wait for a deal, 400g for £3 Thats 12 x 400g = 4800g 12 x £3 = £36 £50 not a bargain

Edited By: Georgedeals on Dec 18, 2016 18:47
#15
voucherman01
What's the best before date?
Best before your teeth fall out ;op
#16
painful to eat !!
#17
is this 'hot deals' or 'the frugal chocolatier'?

if someone said "i was going to get you a giant toblerone for xmas but it was cheaper to buy you 45 100g bars' i would ram them all in their ears.

voted hot unless somebody knows a cheaper outlet for a GIANT toblerone..
#18
bradevosprint
is this 'hot deals' or 'the frugal chocolatier'?
if someone said "i was going to get you a giant toblerone for xmas but it was cheaper to buy you 45 100g bars' i would ram them all in their ears.
voted hot unless somebody knows a cheaper outlet for a GIANT toblerone..

Frankly if someone was going to spend £50 on gifts for me I'd rather 45 bars of this (much more amusement value, especially if you wrap them all or at least in batches) and they use the change to spend on other stuff.

It's HotUKDeals, the definition of hot is by and large not just down to is it the cheapest price for the specific product but also if it's worth the price when compared to viable alternative. In this case I'd agree that most people think that a load of smaller bars represent better value for money to them.
#19
Astec123
bradevosprint
is this 'hot deals' or 'the frugal chocolatier'?
if someone said "i was going to get you a giant toblerone for xmas but it was cheaper to buy you 45 100g bars' i would ram them all in their ears.
voted hot unless somebody knows a cheaper outlet for a GIANT toblerone..

Frankly if someone was going to spend £50 on gifts for me I'd rather 45 bars of this (much more amusement value, especially if you wrap them all or at least in batches) and they use the change to spend on other stuff.

It's HotUKDeals, the definition of hot is by and large not just down to is it the cheapest price for the specific product but also if it's worth the price when compared to viable alternative. In this case I'd agree that most people think that a load of smaller bars represent better value for money to them.


more thinking the same idea does not make it correct..
#20
I love all the holier-than-thou comments on what must have been a joke posting! :p
2 Likes #21
Once I accidentally fell over and sat on a Toblerone. If it had been this jumbo bar I wouldn't be here right now typing this!


Edited By: Madzon on Dec 18, 2016 19:46
#22
I wonder how long it would take to eat a bar this big
#23
shoomoo
I wonder how long it would take to eat a bar this big


slightly longer than the kilo of m&m's from here last week X)
1 Like #24
bradevosprint
Astec123
bradevosprint
is this 'hot deals' or 'the frugal chocolatier'?
if someone said "i was going to get you a giant toblerone for xmas but it was cheaper to buy you 45 100g bars' i would ram them all in their ears.
voted hot unless somebody knows a cheaper outlet for a GIANT toblerone..
Frankly if someone was going to spend £50 on gifts for me I'd rather 45 bars of this (much more amusement value, especially if you wrap them all or at least in batches) and they use the change to spend on other stuff.
It's HotUKDeals, the definition of hot is by and large not just down to is it the cheapest price for the specific product but also if it's worth the price when compared to viable alternative. In this case I'd agree that most people think that a load of smaller bars represent better value for money to them.
more thinking the same idea does not make it correct..

Hotukdeals about page
HotUKDeals.com was founded in August 2004 as a place for consumers to freely share deal tips, voucher codes and other consumer information. The purpose of the site is to escape from the marketing messages and ads that surround us and get genuine advice from other people about hot deals.

Therefore the definition of what I just posted. Therefore the community decides what is or is not a hot deal. Just because YOU define it as being the best price on an item does not make it a hot deal. A prime example of this is items that come in a range of colours, RRP is say £100 for them all, the black model is at it's lowest price of £50, the pink one is at it's lowest price of £75. Otherwise they are functionally identical.

Does the colour of a casing make the best price of £75 an acceptable deal? It's pretty clear when you look at the way the site as a whole works and which way the HUKD community would vote side-by-side deals of both variants.

So your "thinking the same idea does not make it correct" attitude is irrelevant. The site will continue to vote for deals based on individual users preferences of what they consider a hot deal. You're welcome to your opinion, but its a very much minority opinion and to suggest that others have to mirror your opinion is deeply flawed.

Finally, I would also add the help pages say this

The HUKD temperature gauge (the little red and blue arrow next to each deal) is used by members to show their opinion on the deals, competitions, vouchers and freebies on HUKD. Members vote "hot" for those offers that seem pretty special. Enough hot votes and the deal will go front page.

It seems the majority of people here don't see this deal as special in anyway and if anything many have pointed out why they feel it's not. It says nothing about when and how you should vote hot or cold. If you don't like it you can always go to http://www.godaddy.com and make your own site but frankly http://www.MustOnlyVoteDealsHotBasedOnIfItIsTheBestPriceForTheExactSameItems.com doesn't have the same ring to it.

Edited By: Astec123 on Dec 18, 2016 20:57
1 Like #25
Not sure why this is so cold. People vote for strange reasons. If this is the best price for the 4.5KG bar, then by definition it should be a hot deal, no matter it's twice the price per 100g or whatever. Looks to be £100 on Amazon and £90 on eBay, so by rights this should be toasty hot... but there's nowt so strange as folk who will vote hot for 10p off a packet of biscuits. Hot from me.
#26
Astec123
bradevosprint
Astec123
bradevosprint
is this 'hot deals' or 'the frugal chocolatier'?
if someone said "i was going to get you a giant toblerone for xmas but it was cheaper to buy you 45 100g bars' i would ram them all in their ears.
voted hot unless somebody knows a cheaper outlet for a GIANT toblerone..
Frankly if someone was going to spend £50 on gifts for me I'd rather 45 bars of this (much more amusement value, especially if you wrap them all or at least in batches) and they use the change to spend on other stuff.
It's HotUKDeals, the definition of hot is by and large not just down to is it the cheapest price for the specific product but also if it's worth the price when compared to viable alternative. In this case I'd agree that most people think that a load of smaller bars represent better value for money to them.
more thinking the same idea does not make it correct..

Hotukdeals about page
HotUKDeals.com was founded in August 2004 as a place for consumers to freely share deal tips, voucher codes and other consumer information. The purpose of the site is to escape from the marketing messages and ads that surround us and get genuine advice from other people about hot deals.

Therefore the definition of what I just posted. Therefore the community decides what is or is not a hot deal. Just because YOU define it as being the best price on an item does not make it a hot deal. A prime example of this is items that come in a range of colours, RRP is say £100 for them all, the black model is at it's lowest price of £50, the pink one is at it's lowest price of £75. Otherwise they are functionally identical.

Does the colour of a casing make the best price of £75 an acceptable deal? It's pretty clear when you look at the way the site as a whole works and which way the HUKD community would vote side-by-side deals of both variants.

So your "thinking the same idea does not make it correct" attitude is irrelevant. The site will continue to vote for deals based on individual users preferences of what they consider a hot deal. You're welcome to your opinion, but its a very much minority opinion and to suggest that others have to mirror your opinion is deeply flawed.

Finally, I would also add the help pages say this

The HUKD temperature gauge (the little red and blue arrow next to each deal) is used by members to show their opinion on the deals, competitions, vouchers and freebies on HUKD. Members vote "hot" for those offers that seem pretty special. Enough hot votes and the deal will go front page.

It seems the majority of people here don't see this deal as special in anyway and if anything many have pointed out why they feel it's not. It says nothing about when and how you should vote hot or cold. If you don't like it you can always go to http://www.godaddy.com and make your own site but frankly http://www.MustOnlyVoteDealsHotBasedOnIfItIsTheBestPriceForTheExactSameItems.com doesn't have the same ring to it.


you can waffle as much as you like but its not the same item.

its like when someone puts a deal up for a focus rs for example and gets voted cold because you could have a diesel one cheaper and its still a focus.

oh it does make me laugh..
#27
davidg_croydon
Not sure why this is so cold. People vote for strange reasons. If this is the best price for the 4.5KG bar, then by definition it should be a hot deal, no matter it's twice the price per 100g or whatever. Looks to be £100 on Amazon and £90 on eBay, so by rights this should be toasty hot... but there's nowt so strange as folk who will vote hot for 10p off a packet of biscuits. Hot from me.


watchout, you'll have the fun police after you like i have X)
#28
They have these in The Range. Same size, same price.
#29
£50 4.5kg toblerone or £50 3ltr bottle of JD??
#30
Just imagine eating this bad boy in one sitting, throwing up and feeling quite ill. Would you then sue Iceland for not putting health warnings on the packaging like 'not to be consumed in one go'?

Edited By: Billythebubble on Dec 18, 2016 23:02
#31
Think of the dentist bill a lot more than the cost of the tobletone.
#32
clarryd
Think of the dentist bill a lot more than the cost of the tobletone.


just eat it in 1 sitting and brush teeth after

problem solved 8)

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!