Tins of Quality street, Roses, Heroes and Celebrations £5 each or 2 for £7. (£3.50 each tin) Morrisons - HotUKDeals - Page 3
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Starting on Monday 7th of October. Morrisons have got tins of quality street, roses, celebrations for £5 each or 2 for £7. (£3.50 each tin). Time to stock up early for xmas! offer end Sunday 13th October 2013. Plenty of stock in Lowestoft, Suffolk.
Also Hero`s and possibly Haribo.


Food for thought:

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#81
Thanks X)
2 Likes #82
Is it my imagination or do these tins contain less and less sweets every year?

When I was a nipper I remember that the tin of Quality streets would see my family through the entire Christmas break. Well there'd be an array of brightly coloured, soft and fruity ones left behind, burried underneath discarded wrappers, like conkers underneath fallen leaves in the Autumn.

Edited By: reakt on Oct 07, 2013 13:52
#83
same offer as last year, but less in each tin/tub, cold


Edited By: thegroutch on Oct 07, 2013 13:50
#84
some bloke at my local Walsall morrison filled his trolley up to the max with these and was refused.
1 Like #85
I imagine because he went over the maximum of 6 per customer ;-)

Should have gone around again if he wanted so many!?
2 Likes #86
Halifax on-line banking are giving 20% cashback at Morrisons on a one-off transaction before 22nd October.

You have to click to activate the deal and use either your Halifax debit or credit card for the purchase.
(Not petrol or Morrison's Cellar)

From memory the value of the goods must not exceed £100

(Moderator - NO !!! ... I don't work for Morrisons or Halifax) !!!
1 Like #87
Quality Street used to be the best when they were Rowntree Mackintosh. Then Nestle bought them out and it was all downhill from there.
1 Like #88
reakt
Is it my imagination or do these tins contain less and less sweets every year?

When I was a nipper I remember that the tin of Quality streets would see my family through the entire Christmas break. Well there'd be an array of brightly coloured, soft and fruity ones left behind, burried underneath discarded wrappers, like conkers underneath fallen leaves in the Autumn.


You have just given me a flashback to my own childhood. I hated the creams. The orange and coffee were rank. I could just about bare the strawberry ones. My mum has an old quality street tin from my childhood that she uses to keep all her sewing gear. It is massive, it would easily fit two of the tubs you get these days inside it.

Gotta love the nostalgia :)
5 Likes #89
http://static.fjcdn.com/gifs/Life+s+like+a+box+of+chocolates....+It+doesn+t+last+long_832f57_4327784.gif
#90
is this nationwide?
#91
Bought two today, and planning to go back again this week. Great deal!
#92
Hmmm thinking if its worth the travel when I have other stores close by
Plus I know I would end up getting loads of other irrelevant stuff
#93
heated
1 Like #94
dewonderful
http://static.fjcdn.com/gifs/Life+s+like+a+box+of+chocolates....+It+doesn+t+last+long_832f57_4327784.gif

Blimey! She's got a massive gob!
#95
I feel sick allready. Anyone else yet??
[helper]#96
oberlisc
@ Chanchi32, Many thanks I was wondering how many you are allowed, 6 per customer, I'd say this is probably as low as they will go, can't see any of the other shops going lower, may be match it but not lower.

The website states 6 per customer.

Whilst as Morrisons today most people at the checkout had 2 tubs, very popular. cheers
#97
Is their a limit to how any you can purchase? I require 14 tins!
1 Like #98
maryjane82
will be purchasing a few tins tomorrow for Xmas.. Thanks heat added

That's what we have done.....................






But I don't think they will last the journey X)
1 Like #99
hotmik love the superman I clicked hot just for making me lol.
banned 1 Like #100
Would just like to clear things up re the weight, I have been buying Quality Streets for a good few years and I noticed in September 2012 the weight was decreased from 1kg to 820g just in time for Christmas last year - I believe there was an article in the Daily Mail about it. Here it is, just found it. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2197218/Quality-Street-accused-short-changing-fewer-chocolates.html

They have not reduced the quantity in the boxes this year, although B&M Bargains do have the 600g jars available for £3.99.

Oh, and to answer Salim, there is a limit of 6 per customer, but this can be easily got through by going through different tills multiple times.
1 Like #101
Celebrations are 750g, including wrappers.
Quality Street are 820g, including wrappers.
Roses are 850g, including wrappers.
Heroes are 800g, including wrappers.

You can take approximately 25g off for the wrappers.
#102
A top deal,nice one!
1 Like #103
Horrible waxy chocolates, OK as a gift, to someone you dont really like! :P
#104
Heroes 760g net! Roses 826g net!
Each year they seem to have a100g less. I can remember that the tins of chox always contained over 1kg
until two or three years ago. As with other foodstuff prices remain the same but the contents are reduced. Do these companies think we are stupid!!
#105
elliotf1
whats the weight of them this year?

33% less than a year or two ago, all for the same overpriced cost! A deserved 3000+ heat!
#106
bigsofty
Horrible waxy chocolates, OK as a gift, to someone you dont really like! :P
You're in a miniscule minority judging by the way they sell, once I start eating them I find it difficult to stop so I'm not buying any.
3 Likes #107
bigsofty
Horrible waxy chocolates, OK as a gift, to someone you dont really like! :P

Here, have a tin of Roses :p
#108
now thats a deal
1 Like #109
Just to update everybody, the offer includes.....
Roses
Celebrations
Heroes
Quality Street
Haribo
Swizzels Matlow ( Sherbet Double Dips and so on) this one below

http://static.wix.com/media/72fc9c_d112ebd7f2409dbeeb6ccce31c2c78b5.jpg


Edited By: oberlisc on Oct 07, 2013 17:37
#110
Mcall_r
I wonder how many grams they have cut them by this year....
100g in average
#111
Oh great tinned chocolate deals for xmas have stared already (_;) wonder how many we will get as gifts this year lol
#112
These are yuk
#113
Think all varieties in offer are store specific got mine today had No Haribo or Swizzles (Cannock store).
#114
salim123
Is their a limit to how any you can purchase? I require 14 tins!
6 per customer.
#115
tomandmat
salim123
Is their a limit to how any you can purchase? I require 14 tins!
6 per customer.

go to another morrisons store or go back in disguise
#116
If you regularly shop at Tesco, don't forget the Tesco Price Promise....

Edited By: stamfordblue on Oct 07, 2013 18:28
#117
stamfordblue
If you regularly shop at Tesco, don't forget the Tesco Price Promise....
So, if you buy 6 tubs of these chocolates at Tesco or Asda, plus another few items (to qualify), will you get the deal? And with Asda, they'll give you 10% extra, won't they?
banned#118
poison1
This offer is the first offer of morrisons new promotion strategy.They will have 1 "STUNNING" deal per week and 8 other really good deals per week.These will run for 1 week only and will change every week.

Pricing is kept under wraps until the sunday of each week to stop competitors getting in on the act and having time to order stock to support it.Should be some really great offers coming along.

Other great offers this week as part of this new campaign are Cathedral City cheese,Uncle Bens Sauces/Rices,Kumala Wine and Birds Eye fish fingers.Unsure of prices as this was still under wraps but they will almost certainly be as cheap as you have seen them in recent times.

Hope this helps.
P.

Our local Asda had TONS of these tins today, all for £4 each.
#119
Thanx will get some of these for christmas tomorrow and eat them by the weekend.
#120
Probably the best deal ever posted on here!

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