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Terry's Choc Orange - Wilkos 50p

£50.00 @ Wilko (Wilkinson)
Bought in Wilkos Worthing but cashier said national 50% off all confectionary. Some great bargains to be had Read More
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4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
Bought in Wilkos Worthing but cashier said national 50% off all confectionary. Some great bargains to be had
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3 Likes #1
No idea why it's changed it to £50. Can someone please change for me
4 Likes #2
Awesome, I've been waiting for this. I will be buying £50 worth so it's all good!
suspended 5 Likes #3
I ain't paying 50 quid
18 Likes #4
Just to give some background to my £50 of choc oranges..

I moved to New Zealand 18 months ago and just back for the xmas hol's.. these things cost £4-5 each in NZ, they rarely go on offer and when they do then £3.50 if you are lucky.

I have an extra suitcase with 20kg allowance purely for stocking up on these, will fill it with 100 of them and easily get 6 times as much for them when I get home.. easy £250.. well, unless customs have something to say about it. Last year I got some questions from them as I entered NZ but only thought it was funny bringing so much chocolate in however weren't fussed about anything else. They said they looks strange on the x-ray, lots of solid balls of chocolate :)
5 Likes #5
is there any superficial damage to the box?
#6
great price
#7
Forgot to say, dated June '17 but mine will probably be gone in next few days! Mmmm
2 Likes #8
Excellent chocolate deals in Wilkos today. Spent £30 on chocolates alone oO
2 Likes #9
only any good if they are the 175g oranges instead of the poor quality 157g balls
#10
Not that old Christmas favourite present lol
#11
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2 Likes #12
cooliomoolio
Just to give some background to my £50 of choc oranges..
I moved to New Zealand 18 months ago and just back for the xmas hol's.. these things cost £4-5 each in NZ, they rarely go on offer and when they do then £3.50 if you are lucky.
I have an extra suitcase with 20kg allowance purely for stocking up on these, will fill it with 100 of them and easily get 6 times as much for them when I get home.. easy £250.. well, unless customs have something to say about it. Last year I got some questions from them as I entered NZ but only thought it was funny bringing so much chocolate in however weren't fussed about anything else. They said they looks strange on the x-ray, lots of solid balls of chocolate :)
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#13
£50??? COLD!! Actually freezing cold!!


P.s. I know it's an error I put heat
1 Like #14
Do you HAVE to buy 100? It's not a problem as such. X)
1 Like #15
rohitmkiller
Do you HAVE to buy 100? It's not a problem as such. X)


Yeah, I mean, investment right?
#16
not paying 50p, mondelez scum
#17
TheCrag
only any good if they are the 175g oranges instead of the poor quality 157g balls


Do they still make the larger ones? I think any of those left are older stock being run out.
#18
speedy3869
Forgot to say, dated June '17 but mine will probably be gone in next few days! Mmmm


I assume it's a best before rather than use by date - how many people check the dates, I wonder, as thinking for next Christmas?!
:D
#19
Rickardo
speedy3869
Forgot to say, dated June '17 but mine will probably be gone in next few days! Mmmm
I assume it's a best before rather than use by date - how many people check the dates, I wonder, as thinking for next Christmas?!:D

Best before date is June 2017 according to one of the ops previous messages so one would assume that 6 months is plenty of time to scoff these chocolates down ones neck.
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Edited By: omarmahmood on Dec 27, 2016 11:35
#20
£50! Bargain!
#21
jekt01
is there any superficial damage to the box?


Can I just also say chocolate oranges are also available from rawlinsons
#22
Avoid - Made in Poland. British jobs for Eastern Bloc workers. Hard Brexit Now
#23
ansonuk
Avoid - Made in Poland. British jobs for Eastern Bloc workers. Hard Brexit Now
Please provide a list of safe chocolates.
#24
omarmahmood
Rickardo
speedy3869
Forgot to say, dated June '17 but mine will probably be gone in next few days! Mmmm
I assume it's a best before rather than use by date - how many people check the dates, I wonder, as thinking for next Christmas?!:D

Best before date is June 2017 according to one of the ops previous messages so one would assume that 6 months is plenty of time to scoff these chocolates down ones neck.
https://s24.postimg.org/cuwlbsgfp/74fe3845d5897d7bce9489fcf43e4877.jpg
Heat 8)


But why would I scoff them if they're presents for next Christmas?
#25
Pay double the price buddy and get yourself a suitable sell by date for them to be consumed in Xmas 2017.. Otherwise buy these June 2017 for next Xmas and risk being food poisoned or even worse.

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