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WHAM mini's 99p @ Aldi

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7y, 2m agoFound 7 years, 2 months ago
Hands up who remembers WHAM bars from the 80's ?

Aldi are currently doing a 225g bag of WHAM mini bars for 99p. A tasty blast from the past and the mini bars are much easier to eat as you don't have to smash them and then try and peel the thin wrapping off that used to embed itself into the sweets.

Ahh, back to my days buying sweets with my school bus money.
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#1
no the bigones are best
#2
Hot regardless of the price just for posting a deal on wham bars, them were days at the school tuck shop!
#3
Book me an appointment at the dentist.............I'm a coming..........................
#4
I used to love the white bits in them....oh wait that was my teeth :roll:
#5
Voted hot, but the whole beauty of Wham bars was their size and difficulty to eat. These new ones sound like poor comparisons.
#6
poundland too, cost a little bit more tho
#7
swafe
poundland too, cost a little bit more tho


Use the penny change to buy an old fashioned penny sweet :-D
#8
I hate to sound like my mum, but they don't meck 'em like they used to! Had some of these a couple of weeks ago, and they didn't seem to have the tangy bits in them...Bit naff really
#9
tracyanne1
Book me an appointment at the dentist.............I'm a coming..........................


First thing which came to my mind as well.
#10
swafe
poundland too, cost a little bit more tho


i bought a bag of these at aldi advertised at 99p the other day, but they scan at £1.06. when i mentioned the fact to the guy behind the till he said "the system is always correct" and so i just got him to refund it. i know it's only 7p, but i don't like being misled on prices.

poundland is the better deal, obviously!
#11
These are yummy, like fireworks for the mouth. If it's a coldish day the bars will be hard, so keep them warm in your pocket for a little while and they will come out ripe!
#12
Is it just me, or are they not as fizzy as they used to be 25 years ago?

Do they still use hydrogenated vegetable oil in them? If not I might have to grab a bag or two for old times sake.

John
#13
Ferris
i bought a bag of these at aldi advertised at 99p the other day, but they scan at £1.06. when i mentioned the fact to the guy behind the till he said "the system is always correct" and so i just got him to refund it. i know it's only 7p, but i don't like being misled on prices.

poundland is the better deal, obviously!


I wonder if he would be so confident that the system is always correct if he got £1.06 wages for the month and Aldi told him "the system is always correct" :roll:
#14
tahir_owen;6964075
These are yummy, like fireworks for the mouth. If it's a coldish day the bars will be hard, so keep them warm in your pocket for a little while and they will come out ripe!



Lol, so true :thumbsup:

Irn-Bru bars were a similar dental disaster, but oh so tasty.
#15
zeroHour2
I wonder if he would be so confident that the system is always correct if he got £1.06 wages for the month and Aldi told him "the system is always correct" :roll:


Had a similar argument with a checkout tool in Morrisons he'll be laughing on the other side of his face once he gets a kick up the **** from my complaint to HO

What ever happened to the customer is always right, when I was in that situation as a teen and early 20's if someone had a complaint like that i'd always say sorry and offer to get a manager for them and let them deal with it, can't tell you how many thanks I got and how many arguments a smile and an apology and offering to get a senior member of staff stopped, it's the little things like not coming across like an arrogant ****.
#16
do you think this is old stock or have they started making them again? lol
#17
Say goodbye to your teeth:-( but worth it, haha!!!
#18
If you know someone who works at Bookers or someone who has a bookers friend and family card, you can buy the big ones for £3 and get 70 in the box. I know thats limited to peeps but just letting you know how cheap these are.
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jonboy32
Is it just me, or are they not as fizzy as they used to be 25 years ago?

Do they still use hydrogenated vegetable oil in them?

John


It says on the bag No Hydrogenated fat, so looks like you are in luck.
#20
when I first read the title I thought they were selling small George Michael dolls :lol:
#21
I thought George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley had split up, didn't realise they re-united to produce sweets!:-D
#22
Going_Digital
It says on the bag No Hydrogenated fat, so looks like you are in luck.


Thats great. Thanks.

Repped you cause you took the time to look and post for me.

John
#23
DE4L3R
do you think this is old stock or have they started making them again? lol

They have never stopped making them

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