M&Ms Peanuts 315g (large) for £1.24 at Co-Op stores (Instore) - HotUKDeals
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Went to Co Op this morning and they had the new large 315g M&M Peanuts for 1.24 which is a very good deal in my opinion.

Considering the new small bag is priced more than £1.40, this is a very nice deal for those movie sessions. I bought two :)
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#1
Yum, good find, thanks!
#2
just happened to have looked at these a few minutes ago in our coop - they only have the small bags at the reduced price making them £1.14 per 100g
#3
£1.24 for the 290g Minstrels if you're not into peanuts.
#4
they have a colour code called E120, which is basically insects!

MandM's that is!

FYI

so enjoy if you like eating them! same with skittles! and tic tac lime and orange!
#5
Good price, normal 180g bags are for a quid in iceland and pounland and these peanut ones for a quid are 135g. Heat added
#6
murabi
they have a colour code called E120, which is basically insects!
MandM's that is!
FYI
so enjoy if you like eating them! same with skittles! and tic tac lime and orange!


Yes, sadly, I know. And I can't face eating M&Ms anymore. Used to love them til I found out that E120 was code for squashed dried lice-like bugs. Eww.
#7
enlightening!!! might just stop eating my favourite treat. damn it!!! but a hot deal.
#8
murabi
they have a colour code called E120, which is basically insects!

MandM's that is!

FYI

so enjoy if you like eating them! same with skittles! and tic tac lime and orange!


mmmm protein.

Great deal, got revels, minstrels, malteasers (blew one and caught it for a laugh) and M 'n' M's.

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