Sharpie Lion Limited Edition Permanent Markers, Assorted Ink (Pack of 30). @ WH SMITHS £12.99. Plus free colouring book worth £4.99 - HotUKDeals
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Sharpie Lion Limited Edition Permanent Markers, Assorted Ink (Pack of 30). @ WH SMITHS £12.99. Plus free colouring book worth £4.99

£12.99 @ WH Smith
The free colouring book appears automatically in you basket when you add the set of pens in. This set of 30 Sharpie permanent markers include a collection of vibrant and vivid colours complete with… Read More
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7m, 4d agoFound 7 months, 4 days ago
The free colouring book appears automatically in you basket when you add the set of pens in.

This set of 30 Sharpie permanent markers include a collection of vibrant and vivid colours complete with 18 original fine colours, 6 re-released rare fine colours and 6 ultra fine Electro pop colours. Includes fine and ultra fine tips which are perfect for colouring a big space and detailed lines. These markers can be used on a variety of surfaces including ceramic, plastic, rubber and paper.
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1 Like #1
The Tesco deal is so much better 28 pens for £4.95 and surprisingly they still have stock.
#2
Loveabargain99
The Tesco deal is so much better 28 pens for £4.95 and surprisingly they still have stock.

Yes and no, if you got Tesco's near you and don't want a colouring book then yeah Tesco's is probably the better deal.

but if you take into account the cost of the free colouring book and the extra 2 pens it would work out at a similar cost to buy them on top of the Tesco's deal.

An if you spend £25 online you get free delivery at w h Smith's. Which might be ideal to some people like myself ordered 2 for the kids and don't have to worry about cost of bus fare to Tesco's lol
#3
mrfun1981
Loveabargain99
The Tesco deal is so much better 28 pens for £4.95 and surprisingly they still have stock.

Yes and no, if you got Tesco's near you and don't want a colouring book then yeah Tesco's is probably the better deal.

but if you take into account the cost of the free colouring book and the extra 2 pens it would work out at a similar cost to buy them on top of the Tesco's deal.

An if you spend £25 online you get free delivery at w h Smith's. Which might be ideal to some people like myself ordered 2 for the kids and don't have to worry about cost of bus fare to Tesco's lol


They do click and collect to nearest store and that is free or you pay £3 for delivery. 2 pack of 28 pens + £3 delivery= £13 and you still have £13 to spend on colouring books

Edited By: msiddiq1989 on Dec 17, 2016 07:55: Calculation mistake
#4
mrfun1981
Loveabargain99
The Tesco deal is so much better 28 pens for £4.95 and surprisingly they still have stock.
Yes and no, if you got Tesco's near you and don't want a colouring book then yeah Tesco's is probably the better deal.
but if you take into account the cost of the free colouring book and the extra 2 pens it would work out at a similar cost to buy them on top of the Tesco's deal.
An if you spend £25 online you get free delivery at w h Smith's. Which might be ideal to some people like myself ordered 2 for the kids and don't have to worry about cost of bus fare to Tesco's lol
Wow I thought there was a Tesco on every street corner, i guess it just feels like there is!
1 Like #5
Super hot from me, great present, packing so much better than the Tesco one.
#6
Loveabargain99
mrfun1981
Loveabargain99
The Tesco deal is so much better 28 pens for £4.95 and surprisingly they still have stock.
Yes and no, if you got Tesco's near you and don't want a colouring book then yeah Tesco's is probably the better deal.
but if you take into account the cost of the free colouring book and the extra 2 pens it would work out at a similar cost to buy them on top of the Tesco's deal.
An if you spend £25 online you get free delivery at w h Smith's. Which might be ideal to some people like myself ordered 2 for the kids and don't have to worry about cost of bus fare to Tesco's lol
Wow I thought there was a Tesco on every street corner, i guess it just feels like there is!


I wish there was lol, take me about 30mins on a bus to get to my nearest one
#7
Loveabargain99
The Tesco deal is so much better 28 pens for £4.95 and surprisingly they still have stock.


Yeh I'm with you on this, 56 pens delivered for the same price or just the 28 £4.95 free c&c. Not sure why this is getting any heat?
#8
Out of stock
#9
WH Smith's.

No deals, ever.
#10
That picture is actually 14.99. There's another pack with 28 pens, 8
of them are ultra fine line pens for 12.99

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