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Terry's Chocolate Orange at Lidl 99p!!

£0.99 @ LIDL
Folk just in time for stockings!!! Terry's chocolate orange could be yours for a measly 99p... cheapest ever in the world... maybe... maybe not but still a decent price. Stock up for Santa Read More
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Folk just in time for stockings!!! Terry's chocolate orange could be yours for a measly 99p... cheapest ever in the world... maybe... maybe not but still a decent price. Stock up for Santa
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4 Likes #1
Wow a penny less then Asda' Tesco' Sainsbury's' Iceland' Morrisons' etc etc etc

Heat added (_;)
#2
good find op, heat added
2 Likes #3
Yes very good but Superdrug selling at £1 and delivered free if you are a member plus quidco!
2 Likes #4
Made in Poland .........boycott
#5
They have carved out the insides of the slices and made the whole thing 10% lighter
#6
wacko911
They have carved out the insides of the slices and made the whole thing 10% lighter


They'll be hollow next!!!!
#7
wacko911
They have carved out the insides of the slices and made the whole thing 10% lighter
That's sacrilege. oO
#8
dereklogan7
wacko911
They have carved out the insides of the slices and made the whole thing 10% lighter
That's sacrilege. oO

Eurotrash
#9
These like all the UK's Christmas favorites will be reducing in size/weight... year on year... until it's one bite big ;)
#10
These are always 99p pretty much everywhere every year. Sometimes even free with O2 priority moments
5 Likes #11
Any superficial damage to the boxes?
#12
The slices are paper thin now! Still good price for must have stocking filler, and still heavier than the cadbury 'dairy milk' 99p bars which are 90g ish
#13
Dark chocolate ones?
#14
£1.00 at ASDA for weeks now and at asda Staff will get 20 % off everything in store from 10 /11/16.
#15
bignig
Dark chocolate ones?


Don't think so unfortunately. Think someone mentioned Superdrug do the dark ones which is good as I'd been looking for them myself.
#16
cburns
These like all the UK's Christmas favorites will be reducing in size/weight... year on year... until it's one bite big ;)
Yeah, rip off
1 Like #17
hottunauk
Any superficial damage to the boxes?
Have they been kept below room temperature?
#18
hottunauk
Any superficial damage to the boxes?
No, but there's significant damage to the contents

(not to mention the brand....)
#19
£1 is the standard price for these, if you pay more you're just daft. Why is this so hot?
#20
PenguinsForAll
£1 is the standard price for these, if you pay more you're just daft. Why is this so hot?


Because it's a penny less:P
#21
These were BOGOF last Christmas in Boots. Worked out at 25p each. 99p seems expensive compared to that. Maybe a pricing error but makes this price seem a lot.
#22
ansonuk
Made in Poland .........boycott
Either British management are anti- British people in general or anti-British workers as what is there not to love your own British people and have them made here since the eaters are British. Moreover , cannot be that carbon neutral to move so heavy stuff all the way from Poland back to UK, pulling out all those green house gases.
1 Like #23
mousey
Yes very good but Superdrug selling at £1 and delivered free if you are a member plus quidco!

And the postman will probably 'tap and unwrap' to fit it through your letterbox X)
#24
Also 99p in home bargains.
#25
Cold!! Always a pound 1p difference doesn't make it a deal haha
#26
There's no chance the Polish workers will spit in these after we voted to Brexit.. :p
#27
how is this getting heat
#28
pennyfarthing88
Wow a penny less then Asda' Tesco' Sainsbury's' Iceland' Morrisons' etc etc etc

Heat added (_;)


yummy
#29
gummby
These were BOGOF last Christmas in Boots. Worked out at 25p each. 99p seems expensive compared to that. Maybe a pricing error but makes this price seem a lot.

That really was a bargain!

I only buy them when they are on offer and have never seen them less than a £1 in the big supermarkets!
#31


Sorry I never went back an entire month to check... so I'd suggest a lot of other people might have missed it... can't believe how petty this site is!!
Honestly beggars belief sorry I never saw your post that's weeks old buddy... maybe chill out a bit eh? X)
#32

Yes but I think after a month you can repost.
'Duplicate threads will be deleted at the discretion of moderators if already posted within the last month. Please use the advanced search to avoid this scenario.'

I suspect 99p is Lidl's usual price. The difference is Christmas is coming. Do they stock it all year round?

Some places still sell the 175gr chocolate oranges? They only changed in last month or so from 175gr to 157gr. So maybe paying 1p more elsewhere would be a much better deal. Check the boxes on the shelf and their weights.

Edited By: gummby on Oct 27, 2016 20:47
#33
Not only did they change the weight but they taste different. I ate two at once and very different.
I think they have started making them abroad now? Not the same delicious creamy taste they used to be.
Much harder too. Shame.
#34
these will be 50p at a certain supermarket in 3 weeks
#35
Remember they did that story a while back about how differently shaped chocolate with same recipe tastes different? Maybe the case here? Also remember the cost of cocoa has risen. Plus most of these chocolaye oranges are imported from Europe. So prices could of risen 10-20%. Looks like they decided to shrink them instead to compensate. Not such a sweet Brexit.
1 Like #36
watchcam
Not only did they change the weight but they taste different. I ate two at once and very different.
I think they have started making them abroad now? Not the same delicious creamy taste they used to be.
Much harder too. Shame.

I agree, had one yesterday, absolute disgraceful, more brittle, less creamy, hardly have to "tap it", and the hollowed out segments are a joke.

Mondalez are ruining Cadbury/Terry's

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