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Lynx and Dove Giftsets Was £7.00 Now £3.00 Better Than Half Price at Superdrug Instore & Online

£3.00 @ Superdrug
Selected Lynx and Dove gift sets on offer at Superdrug for £3.00. Lots of variations to choose from. Free standard delivery for Beauty Card holders if ordering online or free collection from store for… Read More
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8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago
Selected Lynx and Dove gift sets on offer at Superdrug for £3.00. Lots of variations to choose from. Free standard delivery for Beauty Card holders if ordering online or free collection from store for all. Stock up now for Christmas gifts!
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1 Like #1
Now let's all be honest here...... we don't of course think of the cost when receiving one of these at Christmas time, especially if it's your kids buying something with their own money whilst still at school, but as they are so frequently sold around the reduced price, shouldn't it be some sort of offence to 'pretend' it's a whopping discount ?
I realise it's advertising and all that, but there are usually huge posters in store screaming out the prices, so is it possible to open your present without even a quick glimpse of a sale poster flashing through your mind ...... ?
#2
these will do for presents for xmas
#3
kamenitzabrit
Now let's all be honest here...... we don't of course think of the cost when receiving one of these at Christmas time, especially if it's your kids buying something with their own money whilst still at school, but as they are so frequently sold around the reduced price, shouldn't it be some sort of offence to 'pretend' it's a whopping discount ?
I realise it's advertising and all that, but there are usually huge posters in store screaming out the prices, so is it possible to open your present without even a quick glimpse of a sale poster flashing through your mind ...... ?


more and more people every year will be getting unthought about cheap fodder for Christmas, lynx isn't to bad and I have had a lot worse!
#5
Unilever trying to regain market share after the Tesco fiasco?
#6
ordered
#7
Ordered and FREE delivery too even though I'm not a Card Holder! Heat Added.

Edited By: michaelwong on Oct 19, 2016 17:30: FREE Delivery *even though I'm not a card holder
#8
Seen a few on asda website last night for £3 :-)

Edited By: Polly_P on Oct 19, 2016 18:39
#9
Morrisons and b &m same price if it helps.
#10
Thanks ordered a few Lynx sets for my teenage nephews as a little extra chrissy pressie :)
1 Like #11
Lynx deodorant as an Xmas gift, makes me feel sad :(
#12
Used to work at Superdrug. Can confirm they do this -every single year-. It's not -that- great of a deal folks.
#13
I can't be the only one who thinks even £3 for this set is too much? Maybe £2 and i'd be tempted
1 Like #14
TY OP, always ideal as stocking fillers for the older kids x
#15
went up to £4.50

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