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Terry's Chocolate Oranges now 90p instore @ Superdrug Health & Beauty Card Members & Other Christmas Confectionery Reduced by 10% too Online & Instore

£0.90 @ Superdrug
This is part of the Treat Thursday deal with 10% off Christmas confectionery. There is 10% off other already reduced chocolate too, such as 180g box of Milk Tray now £1.80, Thorntons dark choc min… Read More
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6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago
This is part of the Treat Thursday deal with 10% off Christmas confectionery.

There is 10% off other already reduced chocolate too, such as 180g box of Milk Tray now £1.80, Thorntons dark choc mints now £4.50, Guylian mini seahorse box now 90p, gift tube of Drumsticks now 90p, Cadburys Heroes 185g now £1.80 etc. Many available online
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5 Likes #1
Won't buy these on principle now since they reduced them from 175g to 157g and kept the same price.
#2
good find op, heat added
1 Like #3
Oos already online. Never takes long

Edited By: oldskooltattoosuk on Nov 17, 2016 11:55: Hit wrong button
#4
Thank you! Ferrero Rocher 16 piece £3.15 after discount.
#5
Terry's Chocolate Oranges are OOS
#6
Try Rawlinsons
1 Like #7
Ruined by the Americans (Kraft) who shut down the factory in York, with the loss of hundreds of jobs. Moved production to Poland and changed (read cheapened) the recipe.

I don't remember anybody kicking up a great fuss then- so why wouldn't they repeat with Cadbury?

Two, 2 hundred year old British institutions ruined.
2 Likes #8
Feels wrong eating these now. They don't have the same weight they used to.

First Cadbury's Fingers which taste like chemicals and now this. My 2 favourite chocolates ruined :(

Edited By: FatherTed on Nov 17, 2016 13:19
#9
Hot these are normally 99p/£1 when on offer :)
#10
Voted cold. Used to manufacture in York. Factory closed and moved to Bulgaria or Romania. No thanks.
#11
These are yummy wummy wummy. Mmmmmmmm Nom, Nom, Nom..
#12
Yawn
#13
HantsShopper
Won't buy these on principle now since they reduced them from 175g to 157g and kept the same price.

The costs of raw ingredients are increasing. It's simple, they either reduce the size and maintain the price, or maintain the size but raise the price.
As long as the consumer price index is positive the prices of products will always rise.
#14
let me get this right we can buy a chocolate orange at a Superdrug "health" store

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