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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#1
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lady lowe#2
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 4 Likes #3
Save £1 - 3ft numbers done in gloss and the same on the house. ;)
jumpidoo 3 Likes #4
Who lives at number 0123456789??? Lol :P Good price though if you need different numbers.
ricaird 2 Likes #5
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#6
Craig list..:D
madtrekker 10 Likes #7
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#8
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#9
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#10
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#11
Come to think of it you will need a set of numbers for each bin! oO
jumpidoo 1 Like #12
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 1 Like #13
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
horacevankhutebanned 1 Like #14
Bit rubbish if you got 7 bins and you live at number 111a like me
horacevankhutebanned#15
Bit rubbish if you got 7 bins and you live at number 111a like me
ricaird 1 Like #16
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 2 Likes #17
Fancy that...buying numbers to stick on wheelie bins?

I painted our house number on ours with paint and brush.
cath1510 2 Likes #18
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#19
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 1 Like #20
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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