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Wheelie Bin Numbers - 0 to 9 (all ten numbers) - just £1.00 in Tesco!

ricairdricaird

Why pay £1 a number in Poundland when you can get ALL TEN numbers (0-9) for just £1 in Tesco? Bargain deal & loads in stock.

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    ricaird
    lady lowe
    good price but kind of pointless having 1-10 as not mny people will need all those numbers! just maybe 1 or 2 of the same number perhaps lol ;-)
    ScubaDudes
    Save £1 - 3ft numbers done in gloss and the same on the house. ;)
    jumpidoo
    Who lives at number 0123456789??? Lol :P Good price though if you need different numbers.
    ricaird
    lady lowe
    good price but kind of pointless having 1-10 as not mny people will need all those numbers! just maybe 1 or 2 of the same number perhaps lol ;-)

    I used to live at house number 180 - that would be £3 per bin in some shops, so it's a decent saving, especially as I had three different coloured bins. Also, you can give the other numbers away to neighbours/family, etc.
    shazar
    Craig list..:D
    madtrekker
    Bit of a **** if you live at 11, 22, 33, 44 etc. as you'd have to buy two packs and have lots of spares left over.
    cath1510
    Was looking at these the other day in B&M but think they were like 50p each so heat added and might just get some tomorrow
    BM12
    madtrekker
    Bit of a **** if you live at 11, 22, 33, 44 etc. as you'd have to buy two packs and have lots of spares left over.

    +1 meaning you'd have a load of spares to tip in the bin and bump up your household waste (not that im religously green or anything)

    Edited By: BM12 on Aug 24, 2011 21:31
    mike777
    madtrekker
    Bit of a **** if you live at 11, 22, 33, 44 etc. as you'd have to buy two packs and have lots of spares left over.


    We will have to start a swap shop then as I live at a double numbered address.
    cath1510
    Come to think of it you will need a set of numbers for each bin! oO
    jumpidoo
    madtrekker
    Bit of a **** if you live at 11, 22, 33, 44 etc. as you'd have to buy two packs and have lots of spares left over.


    Also we have 7 bins so bit of a ****! 7 packs of these seem a bit excessive. Thank god I don't live at number 22....
    cath1510
    jumpidoo
    madtrekker
    Bit of a **** if you live at 11, 22, 33, 44 etc. as you'd have to buy two packs and have lots of spares left over.


    Also we have 7 bins so bit of a ****! 7 packs of these seem a bit excessive. Thank god I don't live at number 22....


    7 bins! what else do you recycle? oO
    horacevankhute
    Bit rubbish if you got 7 bins and you live at number 111a like me
    horacevankhute
    Bit rubbish if you got 7 bins and you live at number 111a like me
    ricaird
    horacevankhute
    Bit rubbish if you got 7 bins and you live at number 111a like me

    Perhaps, but that's a bit like saying a cheap Xbox360 game deal is rubbish because you have a PS3 - it just doesn't suit you.

    The fact is, most other shops charge between 50p and £1 per number - so for those who want multiples, or want to share with neighbours etc., this is a cheaper way of doing it.
    julie_d
    Fancy that...buying numbers to stick on wheelie bins?

    I painted our house number on ours with paint and brush.
    cath1510
    julie_d
    Fancy that...buying numbers to stick on wheelie bins?

    I painted our house number on ours with paint and brush.


    Probably the most inexpensive and logical thing to do, heat added X) (just kidding) but you are right :)
    gluke21
    Down the posh street where I reside we
    have had locks on our dustbins for years.
    This is warther a good idea, don't you
    think?
    I will send the butler for some tomorrow.
    simplyjimbo
    julie_d
    Fancy that...buying numbers to stick on wheelie bins?

    I painted our house number on ours with paint and brush.


    Ok if you do it neatly but I can't stand the sight of the mess that some bins have when the householders spray or brush paint the numbers on. I guess any spare numbers could always be passed on to a charity shop or you could freecycle instead of landfilling them

    Edited By: simplyjimbo on Aug 24, 2011 23:02

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