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Ice cubes 2kg bag 44p at Lidl

£0.44 @ LIDL
Ice cubes 2kg bag 44p Lidl
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Ice cubes 2kg bag 44p Lidl
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3 Likes #1
I'll add heat. I always think it's bonkers, but I see loads of people buying these. I always stare.
#2
juggler1
I'll add heat. I always think it's bonkers, but I see loads of people buying these. I always stare.


​What's wrong with buying bagged ice? Since we don't have an ice machine anymore this is a lot quicker and easier than making ice cubes yourself.
#3
partay!
#4
Cool 8)
4 Likes #5
Should be subject to a hefty shipping tax IMHO; HGV's hauling this on our roads because of lazy people who don't know how to make ice cubes. :{
1 Like #6
cool find op, heat :)
3 Likes #7
leewills8
juggler1
I'll add heat. I always think it's bonkers, but I see loads of people buying these. I always stare.
​What's wrong with buying bagged ice? Since we don't have an ice machine anymore this is a lot quicker and easier than making ice cubes yourself.
Making Ice Cubes: Pouring water into an ice cube tray then putting in a freezer.

VS

Buying Ice Cubes: Leaving home driving/walking to a LIDL shop to collect a bag of ice cubes then waiting upto 10 minutes in line to buy Ice Cubes then traveling back home.

Edited By: andreocean on Sep 30, 2016 19:48
#8
99p at my local today. Bought some earlier
#9
andreocean
leewills8
juggler1
I'll add heat. I always think it's bonkers, but I see loads of people buying these. I always stare.
​What's wrong with buying bagged ice? Since we don't have an ice machine anymore this is a lot quicker and easier than making ice cubes yourself.
Making Ice Cubes: Pouring water into an ice cube tray then putting in a freezer.

VS

Buying Ice Cubes: Leaving home driving/walking to a LIDL shop to collect a bag of ice cubes then waiting upto 10 minutes in line to buy Ice Cubes then traveling back home.


​Lidl front door = 10 meters from my front door. To keep up with ice consumption in our house we would need a freezer just for keeping those little ice trays in. Hence why we used to have an ice maker!
1 Like #10
To those people moaning. What do you guys do for a party? I'm sure 40 ice cubes in a tray won't cut it so you'd either buy bags of ice or a fridge that can dispense ice.

I don't get people who complain about this....but maybe it's just me.
2 Likes #11
I love my ice-making fridge freezer - wouldn't be without one now!
#12
This is ice cold!
Hehe
#13
I just had a look at ice cube bags and didn't realise how expensive they are, that really makes this seem like much better value. This is half the price of what I've paid when there's been a party so heat for it. I just put takeaway containers full of water in the freezer and smash it up.
1 Like #14
Update...price frozen for a few extra days :-)
#15
Duelling Duck
I just had a look at ice cube bags and didn't realise how expensive they are, that really makes this seem like much better value. This is half the price of what I've paid when there's been a party so heat for it. I just put takeaway containers full of water in the freezer and smash it up.
oO
1 Like #16
https://i.ytimg.com/vi/F-xjXBJtErI/maxresdefault.jpg
The most expensive ice cube
#17
Cheaper than bottled water!
#18
Blah blah blah
#19
Take your headphones then. You might be able to hear the conversation better!​
1 Like #20
Plus if you make your own (for your cocktail cabinet) you can add stuff to them like mint and Borage flowers.
#21
robin5858
Take your headphones then. You might be able to hear the conversation better!​
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