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free munchies when you buy the daily star. £0.25

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5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago
I've just seen a advert on tv starting from tomorrow you can grab free snacks when you buy the daily star. Tomorrows is a pack of free muffins and everyday next week there's free food including walkers crisps.

Collect from Londis or Budgens
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banned#1
I always get the Star. Bonus, now i can scoff comfort food too. :D
heat
3 Likes #2
Only drawback is the Star's a rag.
#3
Love Munchies
#4
Nice one. what shop do you get the muffins from?
banned#5
deasyb
Only drawback is the Star's a rag.


But its a rag that loves to slate fish lips Jordan/katie Price/Andre/Reid or whatever her stupid name is now and has free munchies, what could be better. :D
1 Like #6
Spotted this on tv as well - you have to pick them up from a Londis or Budgen.
banned#7
OMG, dothose stores still exist? I havnt seen one round this way for a hundred years!
I spose they hope this will get the customers into the store.
Never mind as munchies are the devils work. :D
#8
Munchies are the best thing after the the wheel. No quarrel!
#9
Should be the other way around, Munchies is the more legitimate product....
#10
yum not had these in ages.:)
1 Like #11
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shaysmummy
yum not had these in ages.:)


Buy the munchies, forget the rag!
#12
Nestle and the Daily Star. A great combination - NOT! Cold.
#13
Do you actually get a pack of munchies or 'munchies' as in junk food?
1 Like #14
whateveryouwant
deasyb
Only drawback is the Star's a rag.


But its a rag that loves to slate fish lips Jordan/katie Price/Andre/Reid or whatever her stupid name is now and has free munchies, what could be better. :D

A newspaper that isn't preoccupied with trash like that.

Edited By: Who? on Jan 07, 2011 21:49
#15
It's a pack of 4 Warbutons Muffins(bet some were thinking chocolate muffins?)

http://news.sky.com/sky-news/content/StaticFile/jpg/2011/Jan/Week1/15888104.jpg
banned#16
pmsl, did everyone think it was a packet of free Munchies?

I think the gother meant munchies as in snacky nice stuff not the brand Munchies.....................I think X)

I love Muffins lol
#17
At first I thought free Munchies.

Then I thought, free muffins.

And then I saw Warbuttons.

So much disappoint in so little time! :D
#18
With The Star, I wouldn't be surprised if the offer wasn't for muffins but for muff-divers . . .

Now that I could NOT resist!
#19
karaokecolin
Spotted this on tv as well - you have to pick them up from a Londis or Budgen.

Thank you. This should really be added to the first post.
banned#20
moneyballs2
At first I thought free Munchies.Then I thought, free muffins.And then I saw Warbuttons.So much disappoint in so little time! :D


I was even thinking you might need to change your avatar to Mr Disapointed!

Today to make up for the mahoosive let down i will but some muffins and MUNCHIES and scoff them before i get home. :D
#21
Well I will go for this offer! ALWAYS A GREAT & INTELLECTUAL READ.... the Munchies wrapper that is!

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