Stockleys American hard gums 2.73kg for christmas £12 @ VERY plus many more old classic sweets - HotUKDeals
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Great as a christmas present for people with a sweet tooth.

the tub is 2.73kg

Maximum 3 per customer. - last day to order these for christmas is 11th December.

FREE DELIVERY DISCOUNT CODE IS WORTH USING, AND IT WORKS FOR BOTH EXISTING CUSTOMERS AND NEW ALIKE, PLUS OTHER MONEY OFF CODES. OR JUST BUY THEM AT THIS PRICE, AS ITS A GOOD DEAL.
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banned#1
Good old classic sweets

they also have,

dolly mixtures,
rosy apples
pear drops
blackcurrent and liquorice
cola cubes,
rhubarb & custard,
strawberry & cream
jelly babies
chocolate nibbles


All the above are £12 and the same 2.73kg

http://www.very.co.uk/rf/vry/s.do/jewellery-gifts/food-drink?N=158+4294954328&Np=1&Ns=prod_in_stock%7c1%7c%7cprod_min_base_price%7c0%7c%7cscu_id%7c1&Nu=this_product&pageSize=12&Nao=12&cmEvent=page_navigation
#2
Wow, when did they start doing these?

Those chocolate nibbles are well addictive.

Good price for this site.
#3
choc nibbles = squirrel poo lol !!!!! thats what i called it when i was a kid btw, i was only saying to my better half the other day about when i used to get a 1/4 of these from newsagents when i was a kid and then they appear - fantastic xx
banned#4
REXISMYDOG
choc nibbles = squirrel poo lol !!!!! thats what i called it when i was a kid btw, i was only saying to my better half the other day about when i used to get a 1/4 of these from newsagents when i was a kid and then they appear - fantastic xx


lol yes, haha,

They are all from buyagift, very selling on commision basis I guess. :thumbsup:
#5
What Do You Mean From Buyagift?
banned#6
REXISMYDOG
What Do You Mean From Buyagift?


the product will ship from buyagift, Very are selling them on behalf of them.
#7
ive just had a lok on buyagift and they sell similar but not exact e.g. one jar of squirrel poo, there all mixed
banned#8
REXISMYDOG
ive just had a lok on buyagift and they sell similar but not exact e.g. one jar of squirrel poo, there all mixed


Yeah sorry, I got it wrong, not the first time.... I just looked myself.

VERY are selling some of their sweet hampers though from buyagift I assumed that these came from them too, but probably not on second thought :thumbsup:
#9
just placed order using free del code zq352 and total came up has £8.05 great pressie for bf,and great price :thumbsup:
banned#10
DAKOTA4
just placed order using free del code zq352 and total came up has £8.05 great pressie for bf,and great price :thumbsup:


nice price, lol
#11
How do you get the total to 8.05? I entered the free delivery code and that took the total down to 12.

(also tried ordering two jars and using the £15 off £20 voucher but that didn't work)
#12
9% quidco

heat and rep
#13
be wary, very is Littlewoods.........

expect your 'free' delivery to be charged after you've eaten the sweets as the code was 'misused'
#14
I paid £15 for this jar from Littlewoods a couple of weeks ago!! :x

They come from a hamper company. The first jar I recieved has been opened (the courier obviously had a sweet tooth)!! So I had to get them replaced!
#15
a quarter lb is 113grams, so this gives you 24 quarters, at £12 that means 50p a quarter. That sucks balls! Even in a rip off local village shop it wouldn't be much more than that per quarter for a heavy sweet!
#16
how cool are these..
#17
Are chocolate nibbles the same as toffee crumble?
#18
MIDURIX
a quarter lb is 113grams, so this gives you 24 quarters, at £12 that means 50p a quarter. That sucks balls! Even in a rip off local village shop it wouldn't be much more than that per quarter for a heavy sweet!


A quarter is usually around 80p nowadays.
#19
Ordered the rhubarb and custard.

Heat and rep added :thumbsup:
#20
cool -my father in law would love these lol :thumbsup:
#21
MIDURIX
a quarter lb is 113grams, so this gives you 24 quarters, at £12 that means 50p a quarter. That sucks balls! Even in a rip off local village shop it wouldn't be much more than that per quarter for a heavy sweet!


Believe it or not 50p a quarter is cheap! And its made worse as they usually sell sweets per 100g, meaning you get less for your money. Take a look next time you go into a sweet shop or shopping centre with a sweet stall :thumbsup:. This is hot from me, I was going to buy a jar of sweets in Debenhams for around the same price.
#22
we must have been poor cause i was only ever allowed 2oz lol, 20p if i remember correctly
#23
OP, is that you on your Emoticon as I think that you're just trying to fatten the rest of us up so that you look even fitter against us!!!
#24
Frank Hovis
How do you get the total to 8.05? I entered the free delivery code and that took the total down to 12.

(also tried ordering two jars and using the £15 off £20 voucher but that didn't work)


i just used free del code an it took del off and then same again of goods ? :?
#25
REXISMYDOG
choc nibbles = squirrel poo lol !!!!! thats what i called it when i was a kid btw, i was only saying to my better half the other day about when i used to get a 1/4 of these from newsagents when i was a kid and then they appear - fantastic xx


Mikey1610
Wow, when did they start doing these?

Those chocolate nibbles are well addictive.

Good price for this site.


comicmankev
Are chocolate nibbles the same as toffee crumble?


Yep - I know these as toffee crumble as well - although they dont taste the same as they did 16 years ago when I went to school.
#26
I bought the choc nibbles, havent opened them yet but they are a lot bigger than what I remember, or maybe its just me who is bigger lol. Huge jar I was suprised at how heavy it was
#27
Pepp77
Yep - I know these as toffee crumble as well - although they dont taste the same as they did 16 years ago when I went to school.


I think it may be because they removed the sawdust from the ingredients that used to be in it - lol
banned#28
eldudereno
OP, is that you on your Emoticon as I think that you're just trying to fatten the rest of us up so that you look even fitter against us!!!


lmao, yes its an old picture of me when I did moderate weight training, im 2 stone heavier now - still muscle though

:-))

gosh this deal got hotter than I thought it would... haha I only put it on for a laugh
#29
you should save up your money and buy a shirt - getting cold now! ;)
#30
just bought 2 jars at £24 with delivery should be £27.95 .i put free del code in ZQ352 and my total went down to £20.05 for 2 jars.happy days:santa:
#31
Yeah the chocolate nibbles were worms or spaghetti when I was a lad.

There was also the dust form which I'm sure was just factory sweepings! Still tasted great though :p
#32
markl
just bought 2 jars at £24 with delivery should be £27.95 .i put free del code in ZQ352 and my total went down to £20.05 for 2 jars.happy days:santa:


Basically just free delivery. Voucher comes off the sub total rather than the delivery charge.
#33
the nipples are made from mars scraps and other misshapes which are put through an extruder and dusted to keep shape. Just thought i would let you all no !!!
#34
Mikey1610
Yeah the chocolate nibbles were worms or spaghetti when I was a lad.

There was also the dust form which I'm sure was just factory sweepings! Still tasted great though :p


chocolate likko :-D
#35
The choc nibs I get for £8, from a cash and carry!! :thumbsup:
#36
#37
i just ordered some choc nibbles and rubarb and custard for £12 each plus some crayons for £1.30 so £25.30 then added code ZG127 from quidco to get £10 off a £25 spend so got the lots for £19.25 cos of delivery plus 9% at quidco

:thumbsup:
#38
No Uncle Joe's
#39
Mikey1610
Basically just free delivery. Voucher comes off the sub total rather than the delivery charge.


the total should have been £24 after free delivery but they also knocked £3.95 off the goods as well so worked out at £10 a jar
#40
Mmm.... no teeth by the new year!

/gummy smile

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