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Pure Coconut Oil 453G for 5.99 @ Holland and Barrett it was £11.99 £7.98

£7.98 @ Holland and Barrett
Pure Coconut Oil, was looking to buy this a few weeks ago from Holland and Barret they had it marked as £11.99 so i decided to give it a miss... now its £5.99 of course online you will be charged 1.99… Read More
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Pure Coconut Oil, was looking to buy this a few weeks ago from Holland and Barret they had it marked as £11.99 so i decided to give it a miss... now its £5.99 of course online you will be charged 1.99 for delivery unless you spend £30. Instore Price is £5.99. great replacement for oil and butter when using in recipes, or use as a lotion.....

If you do decide to buy online then don't forget 10% quidco cashback or 11% topcashback
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banned#1
Coconut Oil diet?
#2
You can use as lotion or eat this stuff? Really?!?!?!
#3
What a joke. Pure coconut oil in a jar or tub can be purchased from any African or Caribbean grocery shop and from many Asian shops/supermarkets for a couple of quid per half kilo. Even cheaper per kilo if you buy the big 12.5 kilo boxes.
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Jonny678
What a joke. Pure coconut oil in a jar or tub can be purchased from any African or Caribbean grocery shop and from many Asian shops/supermarkets for a couple of quid per half kilo. Even cheaper per kilo if you buy the big 12.5 kilo boxes.


Yeah, but there's a H&B on pretty much every highstreet nowadays - the same can't be said for African / Caribbean stores, so many people would have to pay a whole lot more by driving to wherever the nearest of those stores is - could end up a false economy perhaps.

HOT deal, op ;)

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