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Cadbury Dairy Milk 230g bar in Poundland £1.00

northerngeek Avatar
6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago
Found this on offer in Poundland today, max 3 per customer.
There is also Fruit & nut and Caramel bars.
The best before on the bar i purchased is 04 2011
The Poundland website is showing 140g bar but 230g is the one i bought.
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6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago
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#1
You know what annoys me?

Poundland didn't change its prices when VAT was cut and stays the same now - That means it saved the poor UK consumer noithing and simply pocketed 2.5% off the state - This behaiour in the current climeate is appalling and I would by nothing from them for their avaracious ways.

The same goes for the 99p shop.
#2
i no what u mean
river island did it aswel, i wonder how many more shops did it
#3
TiscaliSurvivor
You know what annoys me?

Poundland didn't change its prices when VAT was cut and stays the same now - That means it saved the poor UK consumer noithing and simply pocketed 2.5% off the state - This behaiour in the current climeate is appalling and I would by nothing from them for their avaracious ways.

The same goes for the 99p shop.


I'll buy from them if they are cheaper than other places. Can't believe someone is so petty that they expect Poundland to change their prices haha!
#4
mitchwales
I'll buy from them if they are cheaper than other places. Can't believe someone is so petty that they expect Poundland to change their prices haha!


Yes it would have taken them ten seconds to tell their staff to charge 99p insteead of 100p - They did over £13,000,000+ last year so thats £130,000 they've added to profits at te expense of hospitals, schools, defence and MP expenses.

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