Cadbury's Flake, Crunchie, Dairy Milk & Caramel - 6 Bar Packs - £1.25 @ Lidl - HotUKDeals
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# Cadbury's Flake, Crunchie, Dairy Milk & Caramel - 6 Bar Packs - £1.25 @ Lidl

£1.25 @ LIDL
In '50% Extra Free' Packs equiv. 21p/bar from the Lidl weekly flyer Read More
6y, 8m agoFound 6 years, 8 months ago
In '50% Extra Free' Packs

equiv. 21p/bar

from the Lidl weekly flyer
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6y, 8m agoFound 6 years, 8 months ago
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#1
1 Like #2
We have a math problem here (_;)
#3
20.8p a bar!! indeed - Lidl must have a new junior accountant the same thing happened here:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/mcvitie-s-penguin-chocolate-buscuit/752932
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#4
looks like they calculated on the basis of 4 bars.. ie 1.25 / 4 = 31.25.

man flake is so nice. that cross section picture of them makes me wanna take a bite out my monitor.
#5
M u s t n o t b u y
#6
I suppose if the other two are free you cannot use them in the calculation..... or they wouldn't be free!
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wendyak
I suppose if the other two are free you cannot use them in the calculation..... or they wouldn't be free!

Exactly. Simple logic.
The price of packs without 50% free must be the same as those with 50% free.
He cannot say state 20 5/8p a bar and claim 2 are free, as
with a 4 pack, the price must also be 20 5/8p a bar.
If there was a price reduction, then 20 5/8 p is justified.

The maths is correct and the account is correct.
#8
condracky
We have a math problem here (_;)

We got an American here? Mathematic or Mathematics which makes more sense?
#9
Good price but NOT buying after Kraft shafted the UK workers I refuse to buy any cadbury product
#10
TheBIGMan
Good price but NOT buying after Kraft shafted the UK workers I refuse to buy any cadbury product