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Removal Boxes @ LIDL - £1.79 each or 2 for £3

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2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago
Lidl are selling good quality cardboard removal boxes for £1.79 each or 2 for £3. They are a nice size & hold a massive 88lbs...that's over 6 stone!

That's 40kg in new money.
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8 Likes #1
For a cardboard box ?
2 Likes #2
Just save up the Amazon boxes!
1 Like #3
packard
For a cardboard box ?

Yawn!!!!!!
#4
speric07
Just save up the Amazon boxes!


I done this when I moved a few years back X)
#5
go to local asda after 10pm ask walkers crips boxes. they r big and free.
#6
ckaradogan34
go to local asda after 10pm ask walkers crips boxes. they r big and free.

They're like a paper bag compared to these.
#7
Milki_bar_Kid
ckaradogan34
go to local asda after 10pm ask walkers crips boxes. they r big and free.

They're like a paper bag compared to these.
im moved full house i just asked crips boxes different size and they r strong and free
#8
ckaradogan34
go to local asda after 10pm ask walkers crips boxes. they r big and free.


I asked farmfoods to keep their big boxes for me, I stuck all the kids toys in them and they done the job .
#9
Thanks OP! perfect, good quality boxes, was waiting for these to come back in. Perfect for storage (tried using amazon/supermarket boxes but ended up a right mess due to different sizes)
1 Like #10
Banana boxes from supermarkets are the strongest and usually have handles to help carry when they are heavy.
10 Likes #11
packard
For a cardboard box ?
Strong ones like this sell for around £6 online. Have you ever moved house or do you still live with your Mum & Dad? :p
#12
Are these good quality though?
1 Like #13
A lot of posters on here lately seem to think this is moneysavingexpert2 or something.

Good find op.
#14
Paid £15.99 for a pack of 5 boxes like this from Argos so a bargain here. Heat from me :)
#15
Have lots of uses and a great price.
#16
This is a bargain and they sound like good sized strong boxes, what's more, you can buy them and keep them flat packed until you need them as opposed to keeping a mountain of different shaped boxes from supermarkets and Amazon. Heat added.
#17
Cant find on web site are they in store now ?
#18
Used these in the past. If these are the same quality they are good for storing books. Very strong and will stack on top of each other no problem.
1 Like #19
This is NUTS!!! Just go to your local garden centre! I did that the other day for boxes... they were so happy to get rid of them that they carried them to the car for me!!!!!! Nice, large, strong boxes! Don't pay for cardboard boxes! Terrible 'deal'.
banned 3 Likes #20
If you need lots then the 'ambassador' double wall ones sold on amazon by wer online are really good. The biggest size - which is 61x46x46cm - is 15 boxes for under £26 so like £1.73 each. I've bought hundreds of them for shipping stuff in, they'd make perfect removal boxes too.
#21
sspurr
If you need lots then the 'ambassador' double wall ones sold on amazon by wer online are really good. The biggest size - which is 61x46x46cm - is 15 boxes for under £26 so like £1.73 each. I've bought hundreds of them for shipping stuff in, they'd make perfect removal boxes too.
Link
#22
I'm actually packing up stuff for a move tonight, and a LIDL is en route home, any idea on the dimensions of these?
#23
sspurr
If you need lots then the 'ambassador' double wall ones sold on amazon by wer online are really good. The biggest size - which is 61x46x46cm - is 15 boxes for under £26 so like £1.73 each. I've bought hundreds of them for shipping stuff in, they'd make perfect removal boxes too.

Thanks :)

From the Lidl picture these are much better just because they have holes to put your fingers to carry them.

Mind you, also depends upon their size.
1 Like #24
kr00t0n
I'm actually packing up stuff for a move tonight, and a LIDL is en route home, any idea on the dimensions of these?

The link doesn't seem to work at moment, but a quick Google shows this which shows size under it if that helps - again the link not working but the price is the same etc:

POWERFIX Removal Boxes - Monday, 23.06. - Lidl UK
http://www.lidl.co.uk/en/our-offers-2491.htm?action=showDetail&id=13755
POWERFIX Removal Boxes. £1.79*Each. Made from sturdy corrugated cardboard with grip handles; Size approx. (cm): H37 x W35 x L65; Max. (Kg): 40; Buy 2 ...
#26
Could you not go to a local shop and see it they have any spare, lot cheaper.
#27
ckaradogan34
Milki_bar_Kid
ckaradogan34
go to local asda after 10pm ask walkers crips boxes. they r big and free.

They're like a paper bag compared to these.
im moved full house i just asked crips boxes different size and they r strong and free

Gangsta (_;)

http://t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTb2Xa-3AqgDZNH_cmNZ2c6XVGGDGjykOMnqabEojwzf40F6tvJ
#28
Good price - shame they don't have them at my local, I might try the larger store that is a bit further away
#29
Lidl seem to have changed their website so link does not work but they are in store this week. size is 650mm x 370mm x 350mm
#30
Good thing about boxes for house moves is that they have a good resale value on eBay
#31
£12.95 for 15 used boxes here on ebay
#32
sspurr
If you need lots then the 'ambassador' double wall ones sold on amazon by wer online are really good. The biggest size - which is 61x46x46cm - is 15 boxes for under £26 so like £1.73 each. I've bought hundreds of them for shipping stuff in, they'd make perfect removal boxes too.
I was comparing them tw, and decided to go with amazon as well
#33
werdas
sspurr
If you need lots then the 'ambassador' double wall ones sold on amazon by wer online are really good. The biggest size - which is 61x46x46cm - is 15 boxes for under £26 so like £1.73 each. I've bought hundreds of them for shipping stuff in, they'd make perfect removal boxes too.
I was comparing them tw, and decided to go with amazon as well

Any box that's taped down the middle on the base does not compare to the Lidl ones which are a solid base. Why do you think no other sellers state the weight they can handle!
#34
you get 2 big boxes full with cheese and onion crisps for £3 in lidl
#35
Seriously this is supposed to be deal? What ever happened to supermarkets giving away their boxes for free? They just get crushed anyway. And before anyone asks, I have moved house many times, never once paid for cardboard boxes, that's ridiculous! Stop creating this market people!

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