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Key Ring with Trolley Coin £0.29 @ Home Bargains

£0.29 @ Home Bargains
Trolley coin with size of pound. Always handy to have. Spotted next to the checkout at my local Home Bargains. Read More
furion1985 Avatar
7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago
Trolley coin with size of pound.
Always handy to have.
Spotted next to the checkout at my local Home Bargains.
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7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago
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20 Likes
71p profit when you swap your trolley with some doddering OAP who gives you a quid in exchange!
17 Likes
Thanks :D

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Edited By: 937666 on Sep 30, 2016 18:50: X)
13 Likes
fizzy2734
OR GET THEM FREE AT LIDL. ASK AT THE TILL.


Can you keep it down please? I've just put the kids to bed.
9 Likes
Aciiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiid!
7 Likes
Must vote cold . This merely encourages people who live in council houses to fill up with a weeks supply of cider bought on benefits ,wheel it home and abandon their shopping trolleys outside old people's houses.

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2 Likes #1
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#2
Thanks I'll check my local HB tomorrow and hopefully they'll have them
9 Likes #3
Aciiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiid!
2 Likes #4
The new UK £1 coin will enter circulation in March 2017, and The Royal Mint is producing more than 1.4 billion of the new coins. So great until March when no doubt all coin slots will change.
5 Likes #5
Dawsy
The new UK £1 coin will enter circulation in March 2017, and The Royal Mint is producing more than 1.4 billion of the new coins. So great until March when no doubt all coin slots will change.


or these will be worth more than 29p because they don't change the slots and force everyone to use a token.
17 Likes #6
Thanks :D

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Edited By: 937666 on Sep 30, 2016 18:50: X)
#7
Didn't see them at checkouts in the Reading HB this morning.
20 Likes #8
71p profit when you swap your trolley with some doddering OAP who gives you a quid in exchange!
#9
I wouldn't want house or car keys dangling off a shopping trolley while I'm considered which beans to buy.
#10
Does anyone actually carry a bunch of keys around with them these days? oO
#11
JohnnyUtah
Does anyone actually carry a bunch of keys around with them these days? oO


Erm, yes? oO

But you can get these free from pretty much any charity or business that wants free advertising.
4 Likes #12
sparc
I wouldn't want house or car keys dangling off a shopping trolley while I'm considered which beans to buy.


It's on a removable clip. (_;)
1 Like #13
Great value as long as it's lighter than a pound, hate carrying heavy keys in first place
#14
MOT :D
#15
Non in any of my local stores.
#16
666bandit666
71p profit when you swap your trolley with some doddering OAP who gives you a quid in exchange!


Or you can use them instead of £1 coin to get them sweets or toys from those machines in shopping centres or cinemas ;-)
#17
Any Euro ones?
3 Likes #18
666bandit666
71p profit when you swap your trolley with some doddering OAP who gives you a quid in exchange!

My granny wants a word with you you barsteward
1 Like #19
Bargain.....retro Acid House smiley.

Go to Home Bargains and party like it's 1989
#20
that's cheap, these are £1 online
#21
In the isle with the stationery in my local (Newtownabbey), lots of designs to choose from...
#22
OR GET THEM FREE AT LIDL. ASK AT THE TILL.
13 Likes #23
fizzy2734
OR GET THEM FREE AT LIDL. ASK AT THE TILL.


Can you keep it down please? I've just put the kids to bed.
1 Like #24
666bandit666
71p profit when you swap your trolley with some doddering OAP who gives you a quid in exchange!


What an absolute plonker you are!
#25
sparc
I wouldn't want house or car keys dangling off a shopping trolley while I'm considered which beans to buy.


Oh dear!
#26
http://i.imgur.com/j8FgqPH.jpg
a free way

Edited By: stevesiphone on Sep 30, 2016 23:12
#27
Don't really understand the concept....

1. You get your pound coin back, you don't get your 29p back.
2. 1.5 billion pound coins in circulation vs one trolley token; what am I most likely to have in my pocket?
3. "If I give you a pound, can I have your trolley? It will save you taking it all the way back." "That's very kind of you, but unfortunately I'm using one of those stupid trolley tokens..."
4. "Why has that knob paid for a trolley token, when there are 1.5 billion pound coins in circulation and you get it back when you return your trolley?? And it's got a stupid smiley face on it..."
2 Likes #28
No8
Don't really understand the concept....
1. You get your pound coin back, you don't get your 29p back.
2. 1.5 billion pound coins in circulation vs one trolley token; what am I most likely to have in my pocket?
3. "If I give you a pound, can I have your trolley? It will save you taking it all the way back." "That's very kind of you, but unfortunately I'm using one of those stupid trolley tokens..."
4. "Why has that knob paid for a trolley token, when there are 1.5 billion pound coins in circulation and you get it back when you return your trolley?? And it's got a stupid smiley face on it..."

You hover near the entrance and then someone will swap you a quid for the trolley instead of walking to the trolley bay. An instant 71p profit.
1 Like #29
xtightgitx
No8
Don't really understand the concept....
1. You get your pound coin back, you don't get your 29p back.
2. 1.5 billion pound coins in circulation vs one trolley token; what am I most likely to have in my pocket?
3. "If I give you a pound, can I have your trolley? It will save you taking it all the way back." "That's very kind of you, but unfortunately I'm using one of those stupid trolley tokens..."
4. "Why has that knob paid for a trolley token, when there are 1.5 billion pound coins in circulation and you get it back when you return your trolley?? And it's got a stupid smiley face on it..."
You hover near the entrance and then someone will swap you a quid for the trolley instead of walking to the trolley bay. An instant 71p profit.

666bandit666
71p profit when you swap your trolley with some doddering OAP who gives you a quid in exchange!


This has happened to me years ago before I knew these existed.. I was so annoyed..
#30
xtightgitx
No8
Don't really understand the concept....
1. You get your pound coin back, you don't get your 29p back.
2. 1.5 billion pound coins in circulation vs one trolley token; what am I most likely to have in my pocket?
3. "If I give you a pound, can I have your trolley? It will save you taking it all the way back." "That's very kind of you, but unfortunately I'm using one of those stupid trolley tokens..."
4. "Why has that knob paid for a trolley token, when there are 1.5 billion pound coins in circulation and you get it back when you return your trolley?? And it's got a stupid smiley face on it..."
You hover near the entrance and then someone will swap you a quid for the trolley instead of walking to the trolley bay. An instant 71p profit.

Brilliant! only have to do that 194 times a day and I can retire!!
7 Likes #31
Must vote cold . This merely encourages people who live in council houses to fill up with a weeks supply of cider bought on benefits ,wheel it home and abandon their shopping trolleys outside old people's houses.
1 Like #32
This will be perfect for my daily shop for consoles, console accessories, discounted games and android phones.
4 Likes #33
Billwates123
Must vote cold . This merely encourages people who live in council houses to fill up with a weeks supply of cider bought on benefits ,wheel it home and abandon their shopping trolleys outside old people's houses.


What is this? There must be a term for this council tenant abuse?!
I'm a council tenant and I get my shopping ... delivered! from Waitrose no less! Shock horror!

Mind you it is all cider yes. Washes down the crack cocaine we are all on a treat.
#34
does it weight the same as an actuall £1 coin. I have some ideas.
#35
Do supermarket trolleys still need these, most of the places round here they have been disabled
2 Likes #36
sparc
I wouldn't want house or car keys dangling off a shopping trolley while I'm considered which beans to buy.


this is the most ridiculous comment every, surely you just buy Heinz?
#37
free from sainsbury. ask at customer services
#38
Tanweeralqarni
does it weight the same as an actuall £1 coin. I have some ideas.


no
#39
make sure they work, I bought the smiley face one from elsewhere and it was too fat to go in DW sports locker
#40
misterminibus
make sure they work, I bought the smiley face one from elsewhere and it was too fat to go in DW sports locker

That'll be inflation.:p

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