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DUNELM MILL (Instore - Can Reserve Online) - Christmas Pudding Bin Bags - Now 0.99p

£0.99 @ Dunelm
Christmas Pudding Bin Bags from Dunelm Mill. 8 to a packet. Not available for home delivery, however you can check your local stores stock level and reserve to be picked up after three hours. "T… Read More
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2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago
Christmas Pudding Bin Bags from Dunelm Mill. 8 to a packet.

Not available for home delivery, however you can check your local stores stock level and reserve to be picked up after three hours.

"Throw your rubbish away in style with these strong and durable bin bags, perfect for holding all your rubbish and designed like a Christmas pudding for a fun novelty touch.

• Christmas pudding design
• Eight bags
• Strong and durable

Perfect for throwing your rubbish away securely, this pack of eight Christmas pudding bin bags are very strong and durable making them an ideal addition to your waste bin. Finished in a green, white and brown colourway, these festive bin bags will provide a festive touch to your household waste."
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25 Likes
Haylhoo
If everyone is recycling as much as they should be, there shouldn't actually be many of these bin-bags going out!


Hippie! ;)

http://i60.tinypic.com/3096kx0.gif


Edited By: PFC Hudson on Dec 18, 2014 10:12
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xxmichellexx
These are brilliant for putting presents in also, especially if you're travelling between houses like I am xx

Ooo good idea, I might do that for the puppy I'm giving to my niece
5 Likes
These are brilliant for putting presents in also, especially if you're travelling between houses like I am xx

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5 Likes #1
These are brilliant for putting presents in also, especially if you're travelling between houses like I am xx
1 Like #2
ive used for nieces/nephews presents before - they loved it :-)
#3
They also have these in b and m for the same price
#4
Brilliant
2 Likes #5
If everyone is recycling as much as they should be, there shouldn't actually be many of these bin-bags going out!
#6
nice find op, heat added :)
#7
Thanks op
#8
£1 in B & M too
#9
I got some in poundland a few weeks ago too :)
#10
Haylhoo
If everyone is recycling as much as they should be, there shouldn't actually be many of these bin-bags going out!


EHHHH????????????
#11
Cute :)
#12
Lovely - thank you
#13
I wanted these but not got yet -so off to dunelm - and a silver flamedeer too!
1 Like #14
Make sure there isn't a sixpence in it when you throw it out!

(For the younger people on here.........a sixpence used to be a small silver coloured worth 2.5p in todays money, which was traditional to put in a christmas pud and then break your tooth on!)
#15
nice
#16
I had these last year, hold lots of rubbish and are fairly strong. Won't get them this year though as our binmen refused to collect them as they were not black sacks. :|
1 Like #17
I can see councils up and down the country rubbing their hands together with this. Bwah hah hah we aren't collecting these as they're not "approved".
25 Likes #18
Haylhoo
If everyone is recycling as much as they should be, there shouldn't actually be many of these bin-bags going out!


Hippie! ;)

http://i60.tinypic.com/3096kx0.gif


Edited By: PFC Hudson on Dec 18, 2014 10:12
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xxmichellexx
These are brilliant for putting presents in also, especially if you're travelling between houses like I am xx

Ooo good idea, I might do that for the puppy I'm giving to my niece
4 Likes #20
Samphire67
I had these last year, hold lots of rubbish and are fairly strong. Won't get them this year though as our binmen refused to collect them as they were not black sacks. :|

Accuse them of bin bag racism
[HUKD Deal Editor]#21
Haylhoo
If everyone is recycling as much as they should be, there shouldn't actually be many of these bin-bags going out!

What?
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BuzzDuraband
Haylhoo
If everyone is recycling as much as they should be, there shouldn't actually be many of these bin-bags going out!

What?

Never mind that - with nearly every area now having to use wheelie bins, no one's going to see the bin bags anyway, no?
1 Like #23
I love these bags but my evil council make us use purple sacks with their logo on - they would leave a 'bah humbug we won't collect ' sticker on these.

And they charge us 40p a bag, too.

Not bringing anything to this discussion, just moaning really.

Heat added OP out of sadness for something I can never have :(
#24
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mark_trev
xxmichellexx
These are brilliant for putting presents in also, especially if you're travelling between houses like I am xx

Ooo good idea, I might do that for the puppy I'm giving to my niece

You don't make her fish it out of the river too, do you?
#25
Rickardo
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BuzzDuraband
Haylhoo
If everyone is recycling as much as they should be, there shouldn't actually be many of these bin-bags going out!

What?
Never mind that - with nearly every area now having to use wheelie bins, no one's going to see the bin bags anyway, no?

No wheelie bins in my area oO
#26
Don't only black bags get taken away if you have no wheelie bins?
#27
Thanks OP
#28
Haylhoo
If everyone is recycling as much as they should be, there shouldn't actually be many of these bin-bags going out!

A problem here is that a lot of wrapping paper cannot be recycled. If it goes into the paper and card waste and contaminates it, some councils will dump entire lorry loads of paper rather than have to re-sort to recycle it.
1 Like #29
I loaded up on black bins bags after this promotion from ASDA in 2002. :-)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GqJpvWBQaMU
#30
Beware if you stock check your local store and they say they've ones to reserve.
I did just that at my local store then 10 minutes later get a call saying they haven't got any left
#31
PFC Hudson
Beware if you stock check your local store and they say they've ones to reserve.
I did just that at my local store then 10 minutes later get a call saying they haven't got any left


Typical Dunelm. The staff are probably having them for themselves after you've rang and alerted them to them.
#32
PFC Hudson
Beware if you stock check your local store and they say they've ones to reserve.
I did just that at my local store then 10 minutes later get a call saying they haven't got any left
i've had the same problem with other items reserved at dunelm maybe their website is just pants.
#33
winstonmanc
Haylhoo
If everyone is recycling as much as they should be, there shouldn't actually be many of these bin-bags going out!

A problem here is that a lot of wrapping paper cannot be recycled. If it goes into the paper and card waste and contaminates it, some councils will dump entire lorry loads of paper rather than have to re-sort to recycle it.
Absolute bollards!

Wrapping paper is over 90% recyclable.

Know the facts before you type please.
#34
winstonmanc
Haylhoo
If everyone is recycling as much as they should be, there shouldn't actually be many of these bin-bags going out!

A problem here is that a lot of wrapping paper cannot be recycled. If it goes into the paper and card waste and contaminates it, some councils will dump entire lorry loads of paper rather than have to re-sort to recycle it.
Absolute bollards!

Wrapping paper is over 90% recyclable.

Know the facts before you type please.
#35
Have to say, we bought a couple of boxes of these 3 years ago as they look such a fun idea. Never used them as bin bags though as once you put them in your kitchen bin you can't see them and when full they are transferred to the wheelie bin, so again they can't be seen. Used a couple of them to store the Christmas decorations etc in the loft though.
#36
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Haylhoo
If everyone is recycling as much as they should be, there shouldn't actually be many of these bin-bags going out!
we are not allowed to recycle wrapping paper of any kind in our area. We get a large sticker stuck onto our bin every xmas to remind us. so they are a great buy in my opinion.
#37
lets get real black bags are all right the rest of the year why thought money and even more in the bin ??????just give it to charity
#38
meh, i like dunelm but if i see one of these middle class echoing bags on the pavement its getting ripped open. Ive said it before re recycling your doing someone else's work for them and your not getting paid for it. (not even a council repayment) Guilt nation.
#39
darrenleereid72
winstonmanc
Haylhoo
If everyone is recycling as much as they should be, there shouldn't actually be many of these bin-bags going out!
A problem here is that a lot of wrapping paper cannot be recycled. If it goes into the paper and card waste and contaminates it, some councils will dump entire lorry loads of paper rather than have to re-sort to recycle it.
Absolute bollards!Wrapping paper is over 90% recyclable.Know the facts before you type please.

Wrapping paper is not accepted for recycling by my council. :)
#40
Haylhoo
If everyone is recycling as much as they should be, there shouldn't actually be many of these bin-bags going out!

ionly have 2 bins black for general waste, brown for garden waste and 2 kerbside boxes for plastics, card, ( only certain types and with no contamination) glass, paper etc

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