Jelly Belly Gourmet Jelly Beans 1kg Bag 30 Flavours Jellybeans - £11.99 @ ebay / jobber1919 - HotUKDeals
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Jelly Belly Gourmet Jelly Beans 1kg Bag 30 Flavours Jellybeans - £11.99 @ ebay / jobber1919

£11.99 @ eBay
Seems a good deal. Jellybelly Gourmet Beans Original and the best, imported from America These sell for almost double the price from the website direct http://www.jellybelly-uk.com/one-kil… Read More
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2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago
Seems a good deal.

Jellybelly Gourmet Beans

Original and the best, imported from America

These sell for almost double the price from the website direct

http://www.jellybelly-uk.com/one-kilo-bags

Gelatine Free
Dairy Free
Fat Free
Certified OU Kosher

nomnomnom :)
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1 Like #1
my fave thanks x
#2
great deal, shame where they are on sale though.
#3
Possibly better to get a 1.8kg jar from eBay for about £20, rather than in a packet?
#4
Ashe
Possibly better to get a 1.8kg jar from eBay for about £20, rather than in a packet?

i looked at that one but i only want the sweets, not bothered about a plastic container. so cheap as poss for me ftw :)
#5
Ashamuk
Ashe
Possibly better to get a 1.8kg jar from eBay for about £20, rather than in a packet?

i looked at that one but i only want the sweets, not bothered about a plastic container. so cheap as poss for me ftw :)

Either of you got the link to the 1.8kg jar - thanks
#6
I just bought a plastic tub from asda for £8, 35 flavours & I'm 98% sure its a 1.2kg :)


Found a few threads that say its a 1.4 kg tub...... Even better :)

Edited By: staceybaby on Dec 17, 2014 23:55
#7
:O gelatine free omg
#8
Do you have a link for asda?
#9
If you are or know a Costco member they have the 1.8kg jar for £11.99 plus VAT at the moment.
#11
staceybaby
I just bought a plastic tub from asda for £8, 35 flavours & I'm 98% sure its a 1.2kg :)


Found a few threads that say its a 1.4 kg tub...... Even better :)

Different make of sweet, not as nice as Jelly Belly so not such a good deal. That said, look at the E numbers in the Jelly Belly ingredient list, I wouldn't thank you for either.

Edited By: Gball on Dec 20, 2014 23:49
#12
We have a Jelly Belly novice. Jelly Bean factory are different beans and are cheaper, there both nice though! Jelly Belly are better though!
#13
Picked up some 125g bags from the 99p store the other day, odd shapes, but taste the same
#14
1.4kg on Amazon for £13.79.
Currently out of stock but fulfilled when it's back. I've bought 1.4kg twice now when it's been under £15.
#15
ifeeltheheat
1.4kg on Amazon for £13.79.
Currently out of stock but fulfilled when it's back. I've bought 1.4kg twice now when it's been under £15.


Where?
#16
howbord
Ashamuk
Ashe
Possibly better to get a 1.8kg jar from eBay for about £20, rather than in a packet?

i looked at that one but i only want the sweets, not bothered about a plastic container. so cheap as poss for me ftw :)

Either of you got the link to the 1.8kg jar - thanks

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Jelly-Belly-Gourmet-Jelly-Beans-1-8kg-Jar-45-Flavours-Jellybeans-Jellybelly-New-/271704005899?pt=UK_Sweets_Chocolate&hash=item3f42d21d0b
#17
Tempted
#18
Shame I'm skint, but good to bookmark (assuming it's still there when I'm less skint) :D
1 Like #19
Why would you want a jelly bean when you can have a kitkat?
#20
Yummy, ordered, heat.
#21
"Free recipe suggestions" on the jar. X)
#22
Kosher? A blessed jelly bean?
#24
paul.jacobs
Picked up some 125g bags from the 99p store the other day, odd shapes, but taste the same


120g bags
#25
120g bags 99p store.

1200g £9.90 so this deal isn't the best.
#26
Lush, ordered.

http://i125.photobucket.com/albums/p44/cutthroat_jake/jelly-belly-50-flavours_zps6d57f5c0.png
1 Like #27
They are usually this price on ebay, I get some around xmas time for me and my daughter, and this is the price I pay. Good deal though, should have posted it myself - I need more confidence in my own bargains :D

H x
1 Like #28
MrSaver
Why would you want a jelly bean when you can have a kitkat?

Why have a red car when you could have a blue car? Why have roast lamb when you could have roast beef?

Is all you ever eat Kit Kats? Have you ever eaten anything other than a Kit Kat? If so, why? When you could have had a Kit Kat.

What a stupid **** comment. Why the **** would you bother posting that?
#29
1.8kg jar currently available on Groupon for 19.98, two for 37.98. Shipping is free. link
#30
I know there aren't many Selfridges around, but I noticed yesterday that these were about the same price in there.

Worth knowing for last minute Christmas present shopping.
#31
robwdavies
MrSaver
Why would you want a jelly bean when you can have a kitkat?

Why have a red car when you could have a blue car? Why have roast lamb when you could have roast beef?

Is all you ever eat Kit Kats? Have you ever eaten anything other than a Kit Kat? If so, why? When you could have had a Kit Kat.

What a stupid **** comment. Why the **** would you bother posting that?

Chill out loser, talk about anger issues!!!
#32
Gball
robwdavies
MrSaver
Why would you want a jelly bean when you can have a kitkat?

Why have a red car when you could have a blue car? Why have roast lamb when you could have roast beef?

Is all you ever eat Kit Kats? Have you ever eaten anything other than a Kit Kat? If so, why? When you could have had a Kit Kat.

What a stupid **** comment. Why the **** would you bother posting that?

Chill out loser, talk about anger issues!!!

No anger issues here, just baffled by the posts people make.
#33
MrSaver
Why would you want a jelly bean when you can have a kitkat?

I'm guessing you're not being serious, because comparing a chocolate covered wafer to sweets is completely moot.

But to answer your question, perhaps the person is gluten intolerant, doesn't like chocolate, likes sweets, wants something fruit flavoured or a flavour other than chocolate and caramel, likes the pretty colours .... or perhaps because they don't want to support a company that kills babies:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nestl%C3%A9#Production_and_consumer_issues
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nestl%C3%A9_boycott
http://www.babymilkaction.org/nestlefree
#34
Oh and cheers OP, hadn't thought to check eBay. Jelly Bean Factory seems far more prevalent in the UK unfortunately.
#35
Hmm, seems Jelly Bean Factory use natural ingredients, whilst Jelly Belly doesn't. A lot of people vouch for the flavour too. Perhaps Jelly Bean Factory beans are better
#36
Gball
robwdavies
MrSaver
Why would you want a jelly bean when you can have a kitkat?

Why have a red car when you could have a blue car? Why have roast lamb when you could have roast beef?

Is all you ever eat Kit Kats? Have you ever eaten anything other than a Kit Kat? If so, why? When you could have had a Kit Kat.

What a stupid **** comment. Why the **** would you bother posting that?

Chill out loser, talk about anger issues!!!

To be fair the comment totally baffled me as well. I think a normal reaction is wtf.
#37
robwdavies
Gball
robwdavies
MrSaver
Why would you want a jelly bean when you can have a kitkat?

Why have a red car when you could have a blue car? Why have roast lamb when you could have roast beef?

Is all you ever eat Kit Kats? Have you ever eaten anything other than a Kit Kat? If so, why? When you could have had a Kit Kat.

What a stupid **** comment. Why the **** would you bother posting that?

Chill out loser, talk about anger issues!!!

No anger issues here, just baffled by the posts people make.

You swear that much without anger? Wouldn't like to see you rattled!
1 Like #38
robwdavies
Why have a red car when you could have a blue car? Why have roast lamb when you could have roast beef?

Is all you ever eat Kit Kats? Have you ever eaten anything other than a Kit Kat? If so, why? When you could have had a Kit Kat.

What a stupid **** comment. Why the **** would you bother posting that?

Why have a sense of humour when you can just go a crazy rant?
2 Likes #39
robwdavies
MrSaver
Why would you want a jelly bean when you can have a kitkat?
Why have a red car when you could have a blue car? Why have roast lamb when you could have roast beef?
Is all you ever eat Kit Kats? Have you ever eaten anything other than a Kit Kat? If so, why? When you could have had a Kit Kat.
What a stupid **** comment. Why the **** would you bother posting that?

i think he was referring to Android operating system if i am correct?
2 Likes #40
Shinoke
MrSaver
Why would you want a jelly bean when you can have a kitkat?

I'm guessing you're not being serious, because comparing a chocolate covered wafer to sweets is completely moot.

But to answer your question, perhaps the person is gluten intolerant, doesn't like chocolate, likes sweets, wants something fruit flavoured or a flavour other than chocolate and caramel, likes the pretty colours .... or perhaps because they don't want to support a company that kills babies:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nestl%C3%A9#Production_and_consumer_issues
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nestl%C3%A9_boycott
http://www.babymilkaction.org/nestlefree
I'm guessing you missed the android reference.

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