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Selected Cadbury's 4 Packs BOGOF @ Tesco

Dairy Milk
caramel
Twirl
Flake
Crunchie
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tafy7840#1
I bought 8 packs for £2 from sainsburys so hot from me.X)
superpal#2
Not
superpal#3
.. Showing online yet
wooookie#4
Bogof at £5.00 each I bet......
lowrieh1 3 Likes #6
Interesting point. In the advert for "Cadbury Flake Bars 4 Pack 102G", it shows a picture of the Twirl '5 pack + 2 Free'. First one to post that they have actually got 14 Twirl Bars for £1.89 tomorrow is the winner.
wooookie#7
Bogof at £5.00 each I bet......
ms01ma#8
If you don't want 2 they are half price in express stores
james4809 1 Like #9
Don't fall for these so called "deals". These bars are smaller than normal. For example, the 4x Dairy Milk bars is 154g, so each bar is only 38.5g. A normal Dairy Milk bar is 49g, so you're losing over 20% of each bar.
Sammy108suspended 1 Like #10
james4809
Don't fall for these so called "deals". These bars are smaller than normal. For example, the 4x Dairy Milk bars is 154g, so each bar is only 38.5g. A normal Dairy Milk bar is 49g, so you're losing over 20% of each bar.

multipack bars have always been smaller than normal ones which are like 50p each, so its a deal.
premierfella#11
I prefer the slightly smaller bars in some multipacks, but it is obviously a swizz to fool customers.

Hot given that the going "deal" rate at the moment seems to be 4 for £1.
james4809#12
Sammy108
james4809
Don't fall for these so called "deals". These bars are smaller than normal. For example, the 4x Dairy Milk bars is 154g, so each bar is only 38.5g. A normal Dairy Milk bar is 49g, so you're losing over 20% of each bar.

multipack bars have always been smaller than normal ones which are like 50p each, so its a deal.
Multipack bars have not always been smaller. This is a trend which has now become ubiquitous. Several years ago most of the multipack bars were the same size, now almost all of them are smaller. They gradually introduce these things so most people don't notice they're being ripped off.
papasb#13
its "normally" £1 for a pack anyway. only saving 25p.
thorthemighty#14
I agree the going rate for these 'smaller' bars is usually 4 for a quid. This deal would be sooo hot if they did a bogof at THAT price instead of the ripoff £1.75 which I bet nobody in their right mind would pay anyway.
lordjoesnow#15
james4809
Sammy108
james4809
Don't fall for these so called "deals". These bars are smaller than normal. For example, the 4x Dairy Milk bars is 154g, so each bar is only 38.5g. A normal Dairy Milk bar is 49g, so you're losing over 20% of each bar.

multipack bars have always been smaller than normal ones which are like 50p each, so its a deal.
Multipack bars have not always been smaller. This is a trend which has now become ubiquitous. Several years ago most of the multipack bars were the same size, now almost all of them are smaller. They gradually introduce these things so most people don't notice they're being ripped off.

The real rip-off is a single bar for 65p
lordjoesnow#16
I agree though, it's always worth looking at the grams involved in these sorts of deals! This applies to when you're choosing a cereal. Don't be lulled into the offers at the end of each aisle. My rule of thumb is anything under 25p per 100 gram is a deal. It's a shame that Weetabix are measured by 'bisk' and not by grams
freccle#17
My local Tesco Extra didn't have this on todat
greyhound11#18
Sammy108
james4809
Don't fall for these so called "deals". These bars are smaller than normal. For example, the 4x Dairy Milk bars is 154g, so each bar is only 38.5g. A normal Dairy Milk bar is 49g, so you're losing over 20% of each bar.

multipack bars have always been smaller than normal ones which are like 50p each, so its a deal.

Not always.....Double Decker , Picnic, Wispa one of many where multipack sizes are the same as standard

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