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Fantastic Fireworks (WECO) @ Lidl from Saturday 15th October (27 December for NYE) £7.99

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Available from LIDL for NEW YEAR if anyone is intrested. Fireworks are on sale from 27 DECEMBER 2011!





Lidl once again are stocking WECO Fireworks this year.

They are probably some of the best fireworks you can buy from any seasonal seller (definitely the best value supermarket).

I posted this thread for last bonfire night and it reached 399 heat!

Available is:
Skyline Rocket assortment: £3.99
FirePack (large selection box) £12.99
Cocktail of Rockets £7.99
Cyber Box (selection box) £7.99
25 Carat (really popular) £7.99
Inpanema £7.99
FireFighter £9.99

ALL £7.99 priced fireworks are on a 3 for £20 offer!

I had all of these last year except the rockets and they were the best fireworks that Ive ever bought from a supermarket.
25 carat and inpanema are really loud fireworks and were given great reviews on dedicated firework forums.

Totally recommended to anyone :)

Link to last years (now expired) deal:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/great-value-fireworks-lidl-from-now-777656#comments

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    Geemac
    Why can’t they restrict Firework sales to the Saturday before 5th of November to the Saturday after the 5th of November? Killjoy I know sorry. Not voted
    ollieh1
    Why don't they sell them all year long!?
    sheldococo
    Heat given just because of the "dedicated fireworks forums" comment; a forum dedicated to finding the loudest way to burn your money
    Smart.cookiee
    Totally agree with one of the posters above, I find it a disgrace that they restrict sales on these products, they should be readily available all year for any occasion!
    melcarroll
    I bought some last year and they were really good. They sold out quick though so don't hand around if you want some.
    brumblesmum
    I'm sorry to be a killjoy too, but I think the general sale of fireworks should be banned. Fireworks should be kept to well organised / licensed events and those with liability insurance. Too much can go wrong with fireworks and whilst I accept that repuatble sellers will check the age of the person buying the fireworks, what happens after that is anyones' guess! Every year without fail do groups of children congregate in the local cemetary and let fireworks off - morning, noon and night. Others think it's funny to push spent fireworks through the letterbox's of the elderly - not to mention the effect it has on nervous pets (and their owners). I apologise for those amongst us who ARE responsible, but until something can be done to deter the less-responsible among us, everyone will suffer and ultimately be tarnished with the same brush.
    steevieboy4u
    Well I agree with .............. Geemac :-)

    Yes if they were sold to responsible adults they would be fine all year round. But there not. So who wants to hear them going off every day of the year by idiot yobo's who haven't got a brain so throw them at each other, houses and passing cars! And I can't believe 'bangers' are still allowed to be sold, they are only bought by kids to throw and cause trouble!

    Rant over :)
    revzman
    They should ban everything for fear of something happening IMO.
    omer
    omer2 years, 11 months ago #9Show comment tools Reply
    Damn it!! I need the fireworks before Saturday..will go in and get a back hander..lol
    fairylights
    fab !!! they are great fireworks kids loved them thank you
    Dear Mr Echo
    revzman
    They should ban everything for fear of something happening IMO.



    At last - some common sense. I hate it when something happens. :)
    balajake
    i don't think we should even be allowed outside, we might hurt ourselves.
    Geemac
    Smart.cookiee
    Totally agree with one of the posters above, I find it a disgrace that they restrict sales on these products, they should be readily available all year for any occasion!


    You can buy fireworks all year round from licensed suppliers

    Unlicensed but registered suppliers may only sell fireworks as follows:
    15 October – 10 November, and
    26 December – 31 December.
    Chinese New Year and Diwali and 3 days preceding.
    hutchir9
    Lets ban kids from going on the streets after 16:00 until they are 21, come on get a grip we are talking about fireworks not guns and knifes!
    Holte_ender
    Already having some set off round by me. Dodgy sellers or leftovers?
    I personally think the time restrictions on selling them are great. At least I can get some idea of when the youth element round my neck of the woods are going to start letting them off at 1' o'clock,2,3 etc in the morning. If it was all year round, I might have to take the law into my own hands. Its so disrespectful and annoying.
    Geemac
    Smart.cookiee
    Totally agree with one of the posters above, I find it a disgrace that they restrict sales on these products, they should be readily available all year for any occasion!


    You can buy fireworks all year round from licensed suppliers

    Unlicensed but registered suppliers may only sell fireworks as follows:
    15 October – 10 November, and
    26 December – 31 December.
    Chinese New Year and Diwali and 3 days preceding.
    Geemac
    hutchir9
    Lets ban kids from going on the streets after 16:00 until they are 21, come on get a grip we are talking about fireworks not guns and knifes!



    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-11644670
    ianshona
    I thought this site was for bargains? How can setting fire to your money be a bargain?
    crissy_uk
    I buy some to do in the garden every year around the weekend of the 5th, so voting hot, as the lidl fireworks are great. BUT I actually think you should have to have a license to buy them and they should be restricted to proper displays, until that day I will try to teach my children that they are dangerous and not toys, in the hope that they will not grow up to mess around with them.
    AndrewRoss
    You need a licence to buy them in NI, still doesn't stop all the people in the streets throwing them at each other. Though it is far more unusual here than it was in Sheffield.
    balajake
    ianshona
    I thought this site was for bargains? How can setting fire to your money be a bargain?


    like your avatar i guess, after all, jack daniels costs a fortune and is pi$$ed out in the toilet at the end of the day.

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