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Quality Street Chocolates in a Tub (780g) ONLY £4.00 @ Iceland

£4.00 @ Iceland
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Quality Street Chocolates in a Tub (780g) ONLY £4.00
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4 Likes #1
still good but not as good as the post a bit back Tesco buy 2 for £7 = £3.50p each but ta so x :3
#2
Most of the supermarkets are doing this with most of the boxes of chocolates. As they've all been reduced in content, none of them are worth what they are asking.
banned#3
these should be even cheaper. retailer's buy these for £3 . but when they are £5 each that just imagine how much profit they make
#4
tryer
still good but not as good as the post a bit back Tesco buy 2 for £7 = £3.50p each but ta so x :3


are they this big a box at tesco? thought they were smaller..
7 Likes #5
sofiasar
these should be even cheaper. retailer's buy these for £3 . but when they are £5 each that just imagine how much profit they make

Wow, retailers sell things to make a profit?? I'm never buying anything again!!!
5 Likes #6
sofiasar
these should be even cheaper. retailer's buy these for £3 . but when they are £5 each that just imagine how much profit they make

£2?
2 Likes #7
sofiasar
these should be even cheaper. retailer's buy these for £3 . but when they are £5 each that just imagine how much profit they make

You may buy for £3 but you still have the cost of receiving into warehouse, picking,transport to store and handling. Really they are actually a loss leader. Spar NI have them until Sunday at 2 for £7.
#8
cecilmcroberts
sofiasar
these should be even cheaper. retailer's buy these for £3 . but when they are £5 each that just imagine how much profit they make

You may buy for £3 but you still have the cost of receiving into warehouse, picking,transport to store and handling. Really they are actually a loss leader. Spar NI have them until Sunday at 2 for £7.


Yep Seen that in the local Spar. Quality Street etc 2 for £7
1 Like #9
I bought a tub yesterday at lidl for £3.99 if that helps anyone
#10
Is this another of those Marmite-type Iceland offers where it's heavily advertised but the offer only exists for about 5% of the people who turn up to buy it?
#11
cecilmcroberts
sofiasar
these should be even cheaper. retailer's buy these for £3 . but when they are £5 each that just imagine how much profit they make

You may buy for £3 but you still have the cost of receiving into warehouse, picking,transport to store and handling. Really they are actually a loss leader. Spar NI have them until Sunday at 2 for £7.


Not to mention electric, workers, cleaners, toilet roll, hot water etc....
#12
sofiasar
these should be even cheaper. retailer's buy these for £3 . but when they are £5 each that just imagine how much profit they make


Is it Tuesday already, have you stepped in as Mikey's getting a bit lax with the quiz nights lately?
#13
Roses similar size are 3.60 with waitrose card currently
banned#14
narstar
sofiasar
these should be even cheaper. retailer's buy these for £3 . but when they are £5 each that just imagine how much profit they make

Wow, retailers sell things to make a profit?? I'm never buying anything again!!!


wow! hold your horses!
1 Like #15
cold. penny cheaper in lidl.
1 Like #16
sofiasar
these should be even cheaper. retailer's buy these for £3 . but when they are £5 each that just imagine how much profit they make


Yep, and the warehouse men, lorry drivers, shelf stackers, and till operators all work free of charge. The shop doesn't cost a penny to run, and the government doesn't want any tax.

There is so much more involved in selling a product then the simple buy/sell prices.
#17
Morrison are doing 2 for £5
#18
sofiasar
narstar
sofiasar
these should be even cheaper. retailer's buy these for £3 . but when they are £5 each that just imagine how much profit they make
Wow, retailers sell things to make a profit?? I'm never buying anything again!!!
wow! hold your horses!
Cracks me up this country! Why is it no one is allowed to make a profit apart from thevworking man! Why do people work? Oh to make money! Greedy gits how dare normal people make money!

Its simple if you don't agree with the price then don't buy it! No one is forcing you there is no quality street price stich up here!
#19
Cold, 1p cheaper in lidl, expire this now mods, stop wasting people's time and money sending them to the wrong place.

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