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Fantastic Fireworks- Lidl 27/12 Weco brand! £4.99

£4.99 @ LIDL
Hey, after posting the fantastic Weco firework deals at Lidl for bonfire night once I saw that they were offering them again for new year I couldn't help but post this deal! All fireworks h… Read More
Dan2310 Avatar
6y, 5m agoFound 6 years, 5 months ago
Hey,

after posting the fantastic Weco firework deals at Lidl for bonfire night once I saw that they were offering them again for new year I couldn't help but post this deal!

All fireworks have been reduced(since bonfire night) Prices as follows, first price for New Year, brackets show bonfire night prices.

Firefighter cake- £7.99 (£9.99)
Inpanema/25 carat £4.99 (£6.99)
Fire pack £9.99 (£12.99)
Cyberbox £4.99
Rockets £2.99/£4.99 (£3.50/£6.99)

In order to make sure everyone gets the best fireworks for their money I would say to try and avoid the rockets if possble as they are not the best and I know people had problems with having no tubes for them at bonfire night.

I would totally recommend all of the other fireworks though. EG, I had Fire Fighter for bonfire night (as well as more than one of every other firework) and I would say with the backing of members of hot deals that is one of the best value fireworks availalle. If Lidl had put their prices up for new year by even £5 or more for this firework I would still buy, getting it for just £7.99 is an absolute steal. If your having a few fireworks for New Year light this at 12 and you will be amazed!

Link to Bonfire Night deal: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/great-value-fireworks-lidl-from-now/777656#comments

Hope everyone has a Merry Christmas and an great (noisy) new year!
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#1
sparkling
banned#2
do they sell any decent fireworks? £80+
#3
we brought some for bonfire night and were very happy wiht them shall be buying them for new years eve also
#4
Zer0Cool
do they sell any decent fireworks? £80+


Thats all that they stock sorry, but tbh I really really would get hold of a couple of the £4.99 cakes and the fire fighter cake you will be so impressed. I also post on a site which is dedicated to talk about fireworks. These people always buy their fireworks from proper firework retailers and spend a lot of money on them.

For bonfire night the thread got to 40+ pages and the reviews the fireworks were getting were amazing! Nearly all the posters made sure they got a couple.
banned#5
Dan2310
Zer0Cool
do they sell any decent fireworks? £80+


Thats all that they stock sorry, but tbh I really really would get hold of a couple of the £4.99 cakes and the fire fighter cake you will be so impressed. I also post on a site which is dedicated to talk about fireworks. These people always buy their fireworks from proper firework retailers and spend a lot of money on them.

For bonfire night the thread got to 40+ pages and the reviews the fireworks were getting were amazing! Nearly all the posters made sure they got a couple.

no one who comes to my place would be impressed with £4.99 fireworks, spent over £3k on bonefire night, cheapest one we had was £65
1 Like #6
Zer0Cool
Dan2310
Zer0Cool
do they sell any decent fireworks? £80+
Thats all that they stock sorry, but tbh I really really would get hold of a couple of the £4.99 cakes and the fire fighter cake you will be so impressed. I also post on a site which is dedicated to talk about fireworks. These people always buy their fireworks from proper firework retailers and spend a lot of money on them. For bonfire night the thread got to 40+ pages and the reviews the fireworks were getting were amazing! Nearly all the posters made sure they got a couple.
no one who comes to my place would be impressed with £4.99 fireworks, spent over £3k on bonefire night, cheapest one we had was £65

oooh... what a waste of money.
#7
Zer0Cool
Dan2310
Zer0Cool
do they sell any decent fireworks? £80+


Thats all that they stock sorry, but tbh I really really would get hold of a couple of the £4.99 cakes and the fire fighter cake you will be so impressed. I also post on a site which is dedicated to talk about fireworks. These people always buy their fireworks from proper firework retailers and spend a lot of money on them.

For bonfire night the thread got to 40+ pages and the reviews the fireworks were getting were amazing! Nearly all the posters made sure they got a couple.

no one who comes to my place would be impressed with £4.99 fireworks, spent over £3k on bonefire night, cheapest one we had was £65


Well its your word over mine but for my birthday this year I went and bought my fireworks from the firework warehouse and spent £80.

For Bonfire night I just bought from Lidl and spent around £35-£40. Guests were more impressed with the lidl stuff than the stuff from the firework warehouse tbh, it has more noise and flash bangs than most of the stuff I had.

Would recommend going to Epic if you have quite a bit to spend as they always do you a great deal!
banned#8
xJayJayx89
Zer0Cool
Dan2310
Zer0Cool
do they sell any decent fireworks? £80+
Thats all that they stock sorry, but tbh I really really would get hold of a couple of the £4.99 cakes and the fire fighter cake you will be so impressed. I also post on a site which is dedicated to talk about fireworks. These people always buy their fireworks from proper firework retailers and spend a lot of money on them. For bonfire night the thread got to 40+ pages and the reviews the fireworks were getting were amazing! Nearly all the posters made sure they got a couple.
no one who comes to my place would be impressed with £4.99 fireworks, spent over £3k on bonefire night, cheapest one we had was £65


oooh... what a waste of money.

less than 2 weeks wages, i wont lose sleep over it, always have and always will put on a good show for the 40/50 people who i have over
banned#9
Dan2310
Zer0Cool
Dan2310
Zer0Cool
do they sell any decent fireworks? £80+


Thats all that they stock sorry, but tbh I really really would get hold of a couple of the £4.99 cakes and the fire fighter cake you will be so impressed. I also post on a site which is dedicated to talk about fireworks. These people always buy their fireworks from proper firework retailers and spend a lot of money on them.

For bonfire night the thread got to 40+ pages and the reviews the fireworks were getting were amazing! Nearly all the posters made sure they got a couple.

no one who comes to my place would be impressed with £4.99 fireworks, spent over £3k on bonefire night, cheapest one we had was £65


Well its your word over mine but for my birthday this year I went and bought my fireworks from the firework warehouse and spent £80.

For Bonfire night I just bought from Lidl and spent around £35-£40. Guests were more impressed with the lidl stuff than the stuff from the firework warehouse tbh, it has more noise and flash bangs than most of the stuff I had.

Would recommend going to Epic if you have quite a bit to spend as they always do you a great deal!

one of my mates is working there so i'll get him to pick up a few and we'll try them out
2 Likes #10
Im so impressed.Yeah right t****r why are you looking on hotukdeals if you get more than £k a fortnight
banned#11
cheepaschippies
Im so impressed.Yeah right t****r why are you looking on hotukdeals if you get more than £k a fortnight

ideas for christmas presents and something to do when it's quiet, nothing to do with the prices, it's just a good place to get ideas from
1 Like #12
Zer0Cool

less than 2 weeks wages, i wont lose sleep over it, always have and always will put on a good show for the 40/50 people who i have over


Like the eighties never went away... loadsamoney!

Why not buy £50 worth of fireworks from Lidl then burn £2950 in tenners? That'd really impress your 'friends'.
#13
spent over £3k on bonefire night..........always have and always will put on a good show for the 40/50 people who i have over
A little extravagant isn't it? I Didn't realise Hyacynth Bucket(bouguet) used Hotukdeals, but each to their own. lol
banned#14
Noghar
Zer0Cool

less than 2 weeks wages, i wont lose sleep over it, always have and always will put on a good show for the 40/50 people who i have over


Like the eighties never went away... loadsamoney!

Why not buy £50 worth of fireworks from Lidl then burn £2950 in tenners? That'd really impress your 'friends'.

because £50 worth of fireworks would last 10 minutes, when you have a bonfire party each year it's a good idea to actually have some fireworks
#15
Zer0Cool
xJayJayx89
Zer0Cool
Dan2310
Zer0Cool
do they sell any decent fireworks? £80+
Thats all that they stock sorry, but tbh I really really would get hold of a couple of the £4.99 cakes and the fire fighter cake you will be so impressed. I also post on a site which is dedicated to talk about fireworks. These people always buy their fireworks from proper firework retailers and spend a lot of money on them. For bonfire night the thread got to 40+ pages and the reviews the fireworks were getting were amazing! Nearly all the posters made sure they got a couple.
no one who comes to my place would be impressed with £4.99 fireworks, spent over £3k on bonefire night, cheapest one we had was £65
oooh... what a waste of money.
less than 2 weeks wages, i wont lose sleep over it, always have and always will put on a good show for the 40/50 people who i have over


I shall just voice the thoughts of everyone on here.

Dream On!

Edited By: rizla01 on Dec 20, 2010 10:50
banned#16
rizla01
Zer0Cool
xJayJayx89
Zer0Cool
Dan2310
Zer0Cool
do they sell any decent fireworks? £80+
Thats all that they stock sorry, but tbh I really really would get hold of a couple of the £4.99 cakes and the fire fighter cake you will be so impressed. I also post on a site which is dedicated to talk about fireworks. These people always buy their fireworks from proper firework retailers and spend a lot of money on them. For bonfire night the thread got to 40+ pages and the reviews the fireworks were getting were amazing! Nearly all the posters made sure they got a couple.
no one who comes to my place would be impressed with £4.99 fireworks, spent over £3k on bonefire night, cheapest one we had was £65
oooh... what a waste of money.
less than 2 weeks wages, i wont lose sleep over it, always have and always will put on a good show for the 40/50 people who i have over



I shall just voice the thoughts of everyone on here.

Dream On!

dream on? about having 50 friends or earning that much? i work for shell (not a petrol station), it's a very well paid job, i also work with advanced ddos mitigation for several US/DE based companies
#17
Your amazing damn i wish i was you
#18
we had about £200 quids worth of fireworks for bonfire night from different places and the weco ones were good allthough the ones i wanted the didnt have in the lidl near me, we had the rather lame small rockets but the 2 cakes we had were very good. Zer0Cool £200 worth of fireworks can last a long time ours lasted for about 2 hours as we had a variety of fireworks not just big bangs and rocket type fireworks.

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