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Cheap Genuine Jelly Belly : 1.8Kg jar for £12.00 @ Costco !

£12.00 @ costco
With people struggling to get a free sample of Jelly Belly beans and someone else mentioning in the thread how expensive they are, I thought I'd share with those that don't know that you can get a 1.8…
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With people struggling to get a free sample of Jelly Belly beans and someone else mentioning in the thread how expensive they are, I thought I'd share with those that don't know that you can get a 1.8KG jar of Genuine Jelly Belly beans in Costco (if you're a member) for around £12 - this is an amazing price when compared to high street store prices, where a tub the size of a coke can might set you back £10.

The flavour mix can sometimes be a bit limited, but all the best ones are in there.

Sugar rush heaven.
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#1
Pls try to include the price & retailer's name in title :)
#2
Are you sure all the best ones are in there - sizzling cinammon :-) ?
#3
LaTerciaReal
Are you sure all the best ones are in there - sizzling cinammon :-) ?


If they're the red ones with yellow spots then yes there are some in there, just not enough of them for my wife though.
#4
Shame there arent any near me.
#5
LaTerciaReal
Are you sure all the best ones are in there - sizzling cinammon :-) ?


ewww ewwww ewwwwwww.............the nastiest flavour ive ever tasted.

Not tried it?.....Think TCP + bleach.
#6
Costco is an exclusive wholesale cash and carry membership warehouse club and is not open to the general public. Membership is required. You are eligible for trade membership if you are a bonafide business owner/manager who can provide evidence of trading. Follow our Trade membership tab above for further details.

Not impressed.
#7
BorisTheSpider
ewww ewwww ewwwwwww.............the nastiest flavour ive ever tasted.

Not tried it?.....Think TCP + bleach.



TCP? Are you thinking of the Rootbeer one? Personally, I love both those flavours! :-D

Voted Hot and Rep left!
#8
I'm going to tomorrow to pick up a birthday cake (don't they do the BEST cakes?!) and I was going to get some of these too. The worse flavour is the sour apple!
#9
i love these bad boys
#10
what a **** deal. Not only is membership only open to trade customers it costs £20+vat a year. Some bargain.
#11
Be warned! After buying and eating this tub you won't love them anymore.

I've had few of these tubs and now I can't stand the things.

Good bargain though considering how much they go for in the little boxes.
#12
Banterlicious
Be warned! After buying and eating this tub you won't love them anymore.

I've had few of these tubs and now I can't stand the things.

Good bargain though considering how much they go for in the little boxes.


agreed.

FAR too many jelly beans for any normal person.

Thousands of calories in here.

Bulk-buying confectionery doesn't make sense on any level. They're nice, but £12 worth of Jelly Beans? Not sensible.
#13
Shengis
what a **** deal. Not only is membership only open to trade customers it costs £20+vat a year. Some bargain.


Yes the membership is that high but just go to a costco and look at all the other offers they have. Due to the fact they mainly sell in bulk everything is so much cheaper than the shops.

Based on that it's not the greatest of find because everything sold in costco is like this, but if you can manage to get hold of a membership do! When it comes to having a family over at christmas **** me do you save on the food, chocolates and presents when you buy it from Costco!
#14
dudedude
agreed.

FAR too many jelly beans for any normal person.

Thousands of calories in here.

Bulk-buying confectionery doesn't make sense on any level. They're nice, but £12 worth of Jelly Beans? Not sensible.


If you work in an office with 10+ people it is worth it! But when you buy them you will realise you don't want anyone else to have to share them with, so just munch them all!
#15
flavours are:

berry blue

blueberry

bubble gum

buttered popcorn

cafe latt'e

candy floss

cantaloupe

cappuccino

caramel apple

chocolate pudding

cinnamon

coconut

cream soda

crushed pineapple

grape

green apple

island punch

juicy pear

kiwi

lemon

lemon drop

lemon & lime

liquorice

mango

margarita

orange

orange sherbert

pink grapefruit

pina colada

peach

plum

raspberry

sizzling cinnamon

strawberry cheesecake

strawberry daiquiri

strawberry jam

tangerine

top banana

toasted marshmallow

tutti-fuitti

vanilla

very cherry

watermelon

wild blackberry
#16
dudedude
agreed.

FAR too many jelly beans for any normal person.

Thousands of calories in here.

Bulk-buying confectionery doesn't make sense on any level. They're nice, but £12 worth of Jelly Beans? Not sensible.


You speak for yourself!! :whistling:
#17
I get them from Home bargains 85p for a tube (225g i think) not a fantastic deal but cheaper than other shops (and no membership required).

Should point out that as its in-store in home bargains availability will vary from shop to shop and there is no guarantee that they will have the stock in at all even if they stocked it the previous week
#18
Winchy
Yes the membership is that high but just go to a costco and look at all the other offers they have. Due to the fact they mainly sell in bulk everything is so much cheaper than the shops.

Based on that it's not the greatest of find because everything sold in costco is like this, but if you can manage to get hold of a membership do! When it comes to having a family over at christmas **** me do you save on the food, chocolates and presents when you buy it from Costco!

I've got a Booker card (used to work for them), and they cost nowt and they have pretty much the same range. The Wife works for Brake Bros so we get the best of both worlds;-)

Charging £23.50 a year membership is just plain wrong imho, its a trade warehouse that they're running like a club.

Oh and incidentally I went into the Thurrock one many years ago and tried to get a membership card (they were accepting AA members back then, not sure if they still do) and got escorted from the premises when I told them I worked at Booker:giggle:

As for the xmas ****, these days its probably just as cheap in the supermarkets with their bogofs etc, and the obvious advantage of no bloody membership fee lol.;-)
#19
These big boxes are currently on ebay for almost £15 a tub and then between £5 and £7 for postage. I love Jelly Belly beans, They used to have a concession in a DIY shop that was near us - we used to pinch the little cellophane bags, (DON'T STEAL IT'S WRONG!!) buy a big tub and then decant for stocking fillers for the family. Cheeky but worked out loads cheaper than buying the little bags and we got loads made out of the tub.
#20
Shengis
what a **** deal. Not only is membership only open to trade customers it costs £20+vat a year. Some bargain.


Costco is not just for trade customers - you just need to be a 'professional' to join as a private member - i.e. have some sort of recognised job from their extensive list - If you have a Costco nearby I would definately recommend joining and using it - fantastic range of food/clothes/books/toys/DVDs/furniture/you name it they've got it - and the cafe is just great - you can feed a family of 4 for about a fiver - don't knock it until you've tried it......;-)
#21
Vimes220
I get them from Home bargains 85p for a tube (225g i think) not a fantastic deal but cheaper than other shops (and no membership required).

Should point out that as its in-store in home bargains availability will vary from shop to shop and there is no guarantee that they will have the stock in at all even if they stocked it the previous week


Isn't that a better price than cost-co if the weight your quoting is right?
Home Bargins: 85p 0.225kg = 3.77 £/kg
Cost-co: 1200p 1.8kg = 6.66 £/kg

:?
#22
dancrawley
Costco is not just for trade customers - you just need to be a 'professional' to join as a private member - i.e. have some sort of recognised job from their extensive list - If you have a Costco nearby I would definately recommend joining and using it - fantastic range of food/clothes/books/toys/DVDs/furniture/you name it they've got it - and the cafe is just great - you can feed a family of 4 for about a fiver - don't knock it until you've tried it......;-)

But its still £23.50 to join so in practice if you're not a member this jar of sweets would cost you £35.50 on the day. See my post above;-)
#23
i think NHS/Police Force/ Fire Bridage Employees can sign up
#24
Found this eligiblility list on MSE - not sure if it is exhaustive -
If you are in business, you can get trade membership. You need something like a VAT return to prove that you are in business.

The alternative is to apply for individual membership, which you qualify for if you are employed in or retired from the following jobs:

Banking/finance
Civil servant
education
fire/rescue
Insurance
Local government
medical
police force
solicitor or barrister

or you are qualified as:

chartered architect/engineer/surveyor
dentist
media - press card holder
optician
pharmacist
accountant


And I forgot to mention the really cheap (and good quality Michelin) tyres, with free fitting and balancing - we pay about 35/40 each tyre.......
#25
:? HI, Vimes 220, do you know if Home bargains have any stores in Devon? or is there a website? Thanks
#26
The jelly beans i have seen in home bargains, although they are 85p, are made by "the jelly bean factory" and not jelly belly

the wrappers are Very similar though
#27
My other half goes to mackro, and they sell them there(not sure for how much) but there is no cost to join. Similar type of place I think. Wholesale.:thumbsup:
#28
dancrawley
Found this eligiblility list on MSE - not sure if it is exhaustive -


And I forgot to mention the really cheap (and good quality Michelin) tyres, with free fitting and balancing - we pay about 35/40 each tyre.......


shame there's only 1 store in the whole of England south of Watford (Reading).

Nearest store is many many miles away for anyone living in Surrey, Hampshire, Kent, etc.

And the Michelin tyres you're talking about are not tyres for executive saloons and 4x4s, those cost £100+. Family car tyres are not that expensive anyway
#29
dogcat
:? HI, Vimes 220, do you know if Home bargains have any stores in Devon? or is there a website? Thanks


i'm sure they have a website but they dont do online trading

edit - http://www.homebargains.co.uk/
#30
knewbold
The jelly beans i have seen in home bargains, although they are 85p, are made by "the jelly bean factory" and not jelly belly

the wrappers are Very similar though


I wondered if they were diffrent as Jelly belly ones are american based (aren't they)

Either way I have had the offical jelly belly ones and the ones from homebargaing (marked as gourmet jelly beans i think) and they have the same flavours but not the full range.

I'll check after work (some of us have to ya know)
#31
Costco rules! So what if there's a membership fee, you'll save that many times over during the year. Jeez, I must have save over £100 on nappies last year alone.

Very surprised that Costco doesn't get more love (and posts) around here, they have some fantastic gear. Granted, not everything is a bargain, but things like electricals are often at internet prices.
#32
dudedude
shame there's only 1 store in the whole of England south of Watford (Reading).

Nearest store is many many miles away for anyone living in Surrey, Hampshire, Kent, etc.

And the Michelin tyres you're talking about are not tyres for executive saloons and 4x4s, those cost £100+. Family car tyres are not that expensive anyway


I wouldn't know, as I've never owned an 'executive saloon' or a '4x4' :whistling: - but for us mere mortals, they do offer quality tyres (not rubbish brands or retreads) at a good price. :)
#33
dudedude
shame there's only 1 store in the whole of England south of Watford (Reading).

Nearest store is many many miles away for anyone living in Surrey, Hampshire, Kent, etc.

And the Michelin tyres you're talking about are not tyres for executive saloons and 4x4s, those cost £100+. Family car tyres are not that expensive anyway


Thurrocks reasonably easy to get to for Kent/Sussex.
#34
Winchy
Thurrocks reasonably easy to get to for Kent/Sussex.

Aii and when you're finished you can go get some Skagens or whatever from Ikea:-D

Bit of a drive though and an extra £2 for the toll :-(
#35
We drive 40 minutes to get to the Reading store - it is well worth the trip, as we do a huge stock up, have lunch for a fiver and end up buying loads of goodies that we don't really need (a bit like using this site!), and only really need to go 4 or 5 times a year.....oh and the kids love tasting all the bits and bobs on offer (sometimes cooked on the spot) as we go round......
#36
dudedude
shame there's only 1 store in the whole of England south of Watford (Reading).

Nearest store is many many miles away for anyone living in Surrey, Hampshire, Kent, etc.

And the Michelin tyres you're talking about are not tyres for executive saloons and 4x4s, those cost £100+. Family car tyres are not that expensive anyway


Thurrock is south of Watford :thumbsup:

Plus they have just got planning permission to build a warehouse in Croydon.

I work for BT and we can get membership. My wife works for an insurance firm and they can join. It's not that exclusive. It's well worth joining. Our garage is full of 'bulk buys'.
#37
dudedude
And the Michelin tyres you're talking about are not tyres for executive saloons and 4x4s, those cost £100+. Family car tyres are not that expensive anyway


Costco keep a large range of Michelin tyres in stock, but can also order any tyre produced by Michelin UK (eg for your "Executive Saloon", 245/45 R17 any good? Pilot Sport 2 - £149 each) - may not be a bargain everyday, but when they were doing 4 for 3 at the end of last year it was!
#38
I buy all of my meat from Costco. I took a friend of mine once who's a chef and i had to drag him away from the meat freezers he couldn't believe how good quality the meat was.

I love Costco and easily save my £20 a year, for less than £2 a month i don't even think about it
#39
These cost about £12 on eBay too plus £6 or so delivery for those who can't access Costco store,I sometimes buy a mixed variety on offer in shops but there some I don't like like the liquourice and cappucino.I overall like to buy them loose and then I can pick and choose what I want,prefer cherry,toasted marshmallow,cinnamon r best 4 me and my my partner likes citrus ones.
#40
I bought a 1.8kg jar from Costco a few of years ago for around £10.95. But I looked last crimbo and couldn't find them. If they are now back, i'll pop in there and get some. It is cheap.
They come with the 'Kirkland Signature' branding, but they are proper Jelly Bellys.

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