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Terry's Chocolate Orange Buy one get two free £2.75 @ Morrisons

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Terry's Chocolate Orange Buy one get two free. They must be desperate to unload these now! 45p Topcashback till the 22nd 170g toffee crunch same price(no cashback) - thewongwing101 Read More
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2y, 7m agoFound 2 years, 7 months ago
Terry's Chocolate Orange Buy one get two free. They must be desperate to unload these now!

45p Topcashback till the 22nd
170g toffee crunch same price(no cashback)
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73 Likes
This is the sort of dumb ass offer that treats customers like idiots.

We all know that £2.75 is not a real price, most places are selling them at £1 and even at the imaginary full price they are no more than £2.

When will supermarkets stop treating us like idiots?
13 Likes
A quid in Asda, so the offer is really 'save 25p when you buy 3'. Still the cheapest around by the looks of it though.
13 Likes
I wish Terry would expand his chocolate fruit range. A Terry's Chocolate Kumquat would hit the spot right now.

Until that time these will have to do.

Hot.
6 Likes
trumpich
Moncymru
I wish Terry would expand his chocolate fruit range. A Terry's Chocolate Kumquat would hit the spot right now.

Until that time these will have to do.

Hot.

mmmmmm choccy nanas

Interesting thought - they could have little bunches off bananas, or strawberries ....???.......hang on ........ wait for it how about a Terry's fruit basket! A whole lot of different shaped and flavoured fruit in a basket - come on HUKD -Dragons Den - the Apprentice somebody make this happen <3:D

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#1
Cheapest i have seen. Love the popping candy one
banned#2
Sure someone posted this yesterday BUT really cheaper.
Think it was 75p
#3
Thought that was the mini's?? Either way love em lol
13 Likes #4
A quid in Asda, so the offer is really 'save 25p when you buy 3'. Still the cheapest around by the looks of it though.
#5
brillant
#6
jimmymac87
A quid in Asda, so the offer is really 'save 25p when you buy 3'. Still the cheapest around by the looks of it though.
No it isn't. If every retailer described the offer price relative to the (next?) cheapest price available the offer would be completely meaningless.
73 Likes #7
This is the sort of dumb ass offer that treats customers like idiots.

We all know that £2.75 is not a real price, most places are selling them at £1 and even at the imaginary full price they are no more than £2.

When will supermarkets stop treating us like idiots?
3 Likes #8
Going_Digital
This is the sort of dumb ass offer that treats customers like idiots.

We all know that £2.75 is not a real price, most places are selling them at £1 and even at the imaginary full price they are no more than £2.

When will supermarkets stop treating us like idiots?

When people stop buying these offers? Lol but they don't, many think oooo what a bargain! Making you buy 3 when you only really need 1.... all to sell more...
13 Likes #9
I wish Terry would expand his chocolate fruit range. A Terry's Chocolate Kumquat would hit the spot right now.

Until that time these will have to do.

Hot.
#10
Great deal
1 Like #11
Moncymru
I wish Terry would expand his chocolate fruit range. A Terry's Chocolate Kumquat would hit the spot right now.

Until that time these will have to do.

Hot.

mmmmmm choccy nanas
3 Likes #12
Has anyone ever paid full price for a Terry's chocolate orange? They're always on sale somewhere.
3 Likes #13
WillPS
jimmymac87
A quid in Asda, so the offer is really 'save 25p when you buy 3'. Still the cheapest around by the looks of it though.
No it isn't. If every retailer described the offer price relative to the (next?) cheapest price available the offer would be completely meaningless.

But when every retailer references the inflated 'RRP' with products that are constantly on offer it makes the 'saving' completely meaningless.
#14
Yumiyum! :)
6 Likes #15
trumpich
Moncymru
I wish Terry would expand his chocolate fruit range. A Terry's Chocolate Kumquat would hit the spot right now.

Until that time these will have to do.

Hot.

mmmmmm choccy nanas

Interesting thought - they could have little bunches off bananas, or strawberries ....???.......hang on ........ wait for it how about a Terry's fruit basket! A whole lot of different shaped and flavoured fruit in a basket - come on HUKD -Dragons Den - the Apprentice somebody make this happen <3:D
#16
3 for £2.75 is good! Voted hot!
#17
rivalius
Has anyone ever paid full price for a Terry's chocolate orange? They're always on sale somewhere.

Nope lol deffo wouldn't pay more than £1
#18
jimmymac87
WillPS
jimmymac87
A quid in Asda, so the offer is really 'save 25p when you buy 3'. Still the cheapest around by the looks of it though.
No it isn't. If every retailer described the offer price relative to the (next?) cheapest price available the offer would be completely meaningless.

But when every retailer references the inflated 'RRP' with products that are constantly on offer it makes the 'saving' completely meaningless.
That as may be suggesting the offer should be stated as "buy 3 and save 25p" would be hugely confusing and misleading to regular customers.
1 Like #19
i saw these on offer in tesco yesterday, walked over to shelf & 2 for £3.... i couldn't believe it knowing they usually go for £1 i love them but will refuse to pay anything more than what they're worth which to me is £1

Edited By: Buckar00 on Dec 19, 2014 10:53
#20
Thanks op
#21
Thanks, heat added.
#22
Thumbs up from me. !!
1 Like #23
WillPS
jimmymac87
WillPS
jimmymac87
A quid in Asda, so the offer is really 'save 25p when you buy 3'. Still the cheapest around by the looks of it though.
No it isn't. If every retailer described the offer price relative to the (next?) cheapest price available the offer would be completely meaningless.

But when every retailer references the inflated 'RRP' with products that are constantly on offer it makes the 'saving' completely meaningless.
That as may be suggesting the offer should be stated as "buy 3 and save 25p" would be hugely confusing and misleading to regular customers.

More confusing how the £2.75 price was £2 last week, £1 the week before, £1.50 the week after that.... I'm just saying these are constantly on offer, so it isn't really buy one get two free.

I'm not trying to hugely mislead regular customers!
1 Like #24
There are too many Terry's Chocolate Orange deals, and too little Alan Partridge related quotes in the comments :D
#25
Going_Digital
When will supermarkets stop treating us like idiots?

Right after promotions like this fail to sell the goods. People fall for it so they'll keep doing it.
#26
Going_Digital
This is the sort of dumb ass offer that treats customers like idiots.

We all know that £2.75 is not a real price, most places are selling them at £1 and even at the imaginary full price they are no more than £2.

When will supermarkets stop treating us like idiots?

Do you decide to just round up to make it more believable?
#27
thanks morrisons for trying to pull the wool over our eye. we all know its not £2.75 for one. total con!!!
#28
Cheers, OP.
Heat added.
BOGTWOFs are rare these days.
#29
jimmymac87

More confusing how the £2.75 price was £2 last week, £1 the week before, £1.50 the week after that.... I'm just saying these are constantly on offer, so it isn't really buy one get two free.

I'm not trying to hugely mislead regular customers!

Exactly, it would be reasonable and wouldn't insult our intelligence if the offer was £1.50 each or 3 for £2.75. Or perhaps even £1.37 each, buy 2 get one free. But claiming that these were ever £2.75 is just taking the P.
#30
oh dear me miss read when in store this morn darn it !!


Edited By: aw08 on Dec 19, 2014 12:08
#31
Regardless of the terms used, it's still about 92p each, so heat from me.
#32
how long are they this price ??
#33
The bars are better value for money you can often find a pack of 4 for £1 and I'm sure thats more chocolate weight for weight, personally I prefer matchmakers orange sticks so don't take much notice of choc oranges
#34
I'm sure these don't taste like they used to.
My view is Morrisons are the worst for multi buy offers. Like the milk 3 for £3 or £1.49 each I think? Don't help people on a budget or oap's a lot of people would struggle to carry that many especially on public transport.
#35
jimmymac87
WillPS
jimmymac87
A quid in Asda, so the offer is really 'save 25p when you buy 3'. Still the cheapest around by the looks of it though.
No it isn't. If every retailer described the offer price relative to the (next?) cheapest price available the offer would be completely meaningless.

But when every retailer references the inflated 'RRP' with products that are constantly on offer it makes the 'saving' completely meaningless.

agree.

the rrp is where they quote from and is overly inflated, i bought a pair of firetrap gloves from sport direct for £15, they quoted £29.99 as the rrp.
on checking firetrap website the same gloves were for £9.99 and quoted as half price from £20.
the rrp is basically an imaginary/wishfull number.
#36
Error440
The bars are better value for money you can often find a pack of 4 for £1 and I'm sure thats more chocolate weight for weight, personally I prefer matchmakers orange sticks so don't take much notice of choc oranges

Orange weight - 175g
Bar weight - 40g

Orange: (175g x 3) / £2.75 = 190.9g/£
Bar: (40g x 3) / 1 = 120g/£

This deal has nearly 60% extra value over the offer you mention, although you are forced to buy more than 4 times the weight.

Edited By: Domislice on Dec 19, 2014 13:34
#37
copperspock
Regardless of the terms used, it's still about 92p each, so heat from me.

You overpaid by 1p
#38
dboy268
copperspock
Regardless of the terms used, it's still about 92p each, so heat from me.

You overpaid by 1p

'about'
#39
No
copperspock
dboy268
copperspock
Regardless of the terms used, it's still about 92p each, so heat from me.

You overpaid by 1p

'about'

No you 'really' did.

3 x 92p = £2.76 - £2.75 = 1p

See told you!!




;)
1 Like #40
3 is just right for stocking fillers for my boys but they are getting chocolate coins this year ... if Santa can remember where I hid them!

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