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48 pieces ferrero rocher collection £10.00 @ iceland & morrisons (518g)

£10.00 @ Iceland
Asda currently have a 32 piece collection for £8 (£2.23 per 100g) so this works out cheaper at £1.93 per 100g.
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Asda currently have a 32 piece collection for £8 (£2.23 per 100g) so this works out cheaper at £1.93 per 100g.
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4 Likes #1
Further 10% student discount at Morrisons instore.
2 Likes #2
Excellent deal Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.
1 Like #3
yep777
Further 10% student discount at Morrisons instore.

Brilliant :D
3 Likes #4
Oooh you are spoiling us, heat added :)
#5
Waiting till boxing day when prices really go down.
1 Like #6
Also £10 at co-op
1 Like #7
Personally I think the ASDA deal is much better.
Its the Cone with 17 pieces which is 3 for £10, which works out you get 51 pieces for the same £10.

Edited By: Rooney0511 on Nov 14, 2016 16:06
#8
ASDA have the original 24 per pack 300g still at £4 so that works out to be £1.33/100g so not cheaper but you get the "FR Collection" :{
#9
Rooney0511
Personally I think the ASDA deal is much better.
Its the Cone with 17 pieces which is 3 for £10, which works out you get 51 pieces for the same £10.
That option seems to be finished online?
#10
Asda have the 15 pack @ 3 for £10 -> 9x white, 9x brown, 27x gold

don't like the white variety, so the 48 pack is not as appealing as the Asda offer!
1 Like #11
For mass produced chocolate I'd say anything that costs more than £1 per 100g is not hot. And that's for nice 70% cocoa type chocolate. Not Hershey bar's which can't even describe themselves as chocolate...
#12
zchari5
For mass produced chocolate I'd say anything that costs more than £1 per 100g is not hot. And that's for nice 70% cocoa type chocolate. Not Hershey bar's which can't even describe themselves as chocolate...
I agree. It might be a good deal compared to what's available, but I'll only bite at £1/100g
#13
10% student discount @ Morrisons?
#14
Still £12 on amazon, which is what i paid.
1 Like #15
And welcome to the stage.......DIABETES!!
#16
Just wish all these products would do a 50% reduced sugar version for the more health conscious, why they have to add so much sugar to products when diabetes in the uk is on the increase....
#17
yep777
Further 10% student discount at Morrisons instore.


​Not anymore it's was stopped
#18
Tried the Aldi clone this year, pretty good if not better. Can't remember the price unfortunately....

At 20p a piece don't forget that Toffifee are cheaper @12 for 99p.

Edited By: oliverreed on Nov 15, 2016 06:21: .
#19
good find op, heat added
1 Like #20
POWYSWALES
Just wish all these products would do a 50% reduced sugar version for the more health conscious, why they have to add so much sugar to products when diabetes in the uk is on the increase....
Get a teaspoon, scoop up some organic cocoa powder, pop a hazelnut in the middle, place into your mouth. Enjoy!
3 Likes #21
POWYSWALES
Just wish all these products would do a 50% reduced sugar version for the more health conscious, why they have to add so much sugar to products when diabetes in the uk is on the increase....


It's.....a box of.....chocolates! Well chocolatey/truffley/nutty things. The health conscious shouldn't be bothered about eating them at all. :P

All chocolate products are high in calories because of the fat and sugar content. Sugar and milk are added because pure chocolate in itself is quite bitter and unpalatable for the average person. Sugar doesn't cause diabetes anyway and because you are only concerned about the sugar content in something obviously pretty unhealthy anyway hopefully means we have reached peak anti-sugar hysteria. :D

Edited By: yrreb88 on Nov 14, 2016 22:30: .
2 Likes #22
team_a
Asda have the 15 pack @ 3 for £10 -> 9x white, 9x brown, 27x gold
don't like the white variety, so the 48 pack is not as appealing as the Asda offer!
Please send me the white ones..love them.Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
#23
oliverreed
Tried the Aldi come this year, pretty good if not better. Can't remember the price unfortunately....

At 20p a piece don't forget that Toffifee are cheaper @12 for 99p.
And they are disgusting..............don't know anyone that likes them?
1 Like #24
philhib1964
oliverreed
Tried the Aldi come this year, pretty good if not better. Can't remember the price unfortunately....
At 20p a piece don't forget that Toffifee are cheaper @12 for 99p.
And they are disgusting..............don't know anyone that likes them?

ME?
1 Like #25
sam_of_london
Waiting till boxing day when prices really go down.


​no mate thise will removed from shelves ....
#26
M&S used to do a fantastic equivalent called operetta. I haven't found any for quite some time, so guess they stopped making them?
#27
Same price at Coop as well + 10% off with NUS card so £9.00 if you have the card.
#28
Anyone know what the Aldi clone is called? Ive never seen it in there!!! oO
#29
jman316
Anyone know what the Aldi clone is called? Ive never seen it in there!!! oO

Theyre called Noccolia
1 Like #30
Awesome, will try some out today! :)

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