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Wheelie Bin Numbers 10p at B&M Bargains

£0.10 @ B&M Retail
Found these at the B&M in Beckon, you get 2 in a pack (so if your door numbers 88, then just buy one pack). Usually these are 39p per pack or 2 packs for 50p. Love these 10p sales and B&M and Home … Read More
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4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago
Found these at the B&M in Beckon, you get 2 in a pack (so if your door numbers 88, then just buy one pack).

Usually these are 39p per pack or 2 packs for 50p. Love these 10p sales and B&M and Home Bargains, just wish their staff would share these.
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15 Likes
Hot! I live at number 23 so I'll be knocking on number 32's door to see if they fancy chipping in...
11 Likes
Wheelie good price :)
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oUkTuRkEyIII
Wheelie good price :)


I thought it was a rubbish deal and I refuse to belive it ;)
6 Likes
Cheers for the deal...

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11 Likes #1
Wheelie good price :)
2 Likes #2
dam they don't have my number..I'm 867
15 Likes #3
Hot! I live at number 23 so I'll be knocking on number 32's door to see if they fancy chipping in...
1 Like #4
Most people have more than one bin so multiple purchases will be the norm.
2 Likes #5
oUkTuRkEyIII
Wheelie good price :)
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3 Likes #6
So long as they're not rubbish then I think I'll bag a couple.
3 Likes #7
This is 10p you do not need to spend.
6 Likes #8
oUkTuRkEyIII
Wheelie good price :)


I thought it was a rubbish deal and I refuse to belive it ;)
1 Like #9
House 420 ;)
#10
Meshen
Hot! I live at number 23 so I'll be knocking on number 32's door to see if they fancy chipping in...


Would be a better idea to keep a set of spares as these have a tendency to peel during winter, especially when snowing.
2 Likes #11
True story: I ordered a wheelie bin once (only had a recycle one).

When I wasn't in they didn't leave it anywhere and I had to arrange for a re-delivery! (Normally couriers dumnp stuff in a wheelie bins) I asked if they could put it next to the other one if I wasn't in. :)

At the end of the call I thanked the lady and said "Thanks you have wheelie bin helpful" :)
#12
Why do people use house number stickers on their bins? I know which bins are mine, the rubbish bin is in the back garden, the recycling bin is in the garage. When I put them out for emptying, they end up at the end of my drive and I move them back to the garden/garage. If this is to prevent stealing (god knows why anyone would steal a bin), thieves aren't as stupid as they look, peeling a sticker is something even they could do. So what is the purpose of these stickers?
#13
Do they have trackers too so I can see which swine of my neighbours keeps helping themselves to my well kept and clean bins , peeling off my numbers and passing it as their own!
#14
Blasphemous
Why do people use house number stickers on their bins? I know which bins are mine, the rubbish bin is in the back garden, the recycling bin is in the garage. When I put them out for emptying, they end up at the end of my drive and I move them back to the garden/garage. If this is to prevent stealing (god knows why anyone would steal a bin), thieves aren't as stupid as they look, peeling a sticker is something even they could do. So what is the purpose of these stickers?
Usually they want a cleaner bin rather than the maggot infested, scum lined ones they've developed themselves because they CBA using bin liners in their house bins.
2 Likes #15
Is this a deal for poor people only? The shame of having a house number...
#16
Someone stole both my boxes an my neighbours boxes which had numbers on, refuse to pay for new ones so recycling is none existent in my house
1 Like #17
Heat but I wanted 32 and they only had 23.
6 Likes #18
Cheers for the deal...

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#19
Good price for number stickers. I do like to see them done in emulsion though.
1 Like #20
termite
Good price for number stickers. I do like to see them done in emulsion though.

Yep, nothing says classy better than a giant number 14 painted in white dulex down the side
1 Like #21
I painted the numbers on my bin.
1 Like #22
If the bin is kept at the front of the house, this will help other people knowing which house is yours on google earth when the next set of photos are taken.
1 Like #23
The Monkies have ordered 7A
2 Likes #24
Avoid. I bought some and they went straight on the bin.
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#26
I'm very precious about my bin lol
#27
Rofflecopter
Is this a deal for poor people only? The shame of having a house number...
Haha - The shame of having a wheelie bin
#28
Anyone know how to keep these bins out of sight or camouflaged, they make the house look less inviting and all sorts.
#29
Aldnoah
I painted the numbers on my bin.


I did that, but people kept licking the paint off.
2 Likes #30
I put our house number on our bin hoping it would remind the binmen which house it belongs to

Made no difference......they still leave it 5 doors down the street after they have emptied it :(

The days have long gone when the binmen used to fetch your metal bins from your yard and carry them down to the bin lorry AND return them
#31
fugly
#32
I recently printed off a stencil and used it to paint the numbers on, it looks really good.

No more bin thefts! :D
#33
TH71
I put our house number on our bin hoping it would remind the binmen which house it belongs to
Made no difference......they still leave it 5 doors down the street after they have emptied it :(
The days have long gone when the binmen used to fetch your metal bins from your yard and carry them down to the bin lorry AND return them
That may be because the days have also gone when everyone used to tip the bin men a tenner at Christmas.
#34
No good to me as my house only has a name and we use commune bins. It's a good price for a few stickers but please do people realy steal bins ? oO
#35
Gabi
No good to me as my house only has a name and we use commune bins. It's a good price for a few stickers but please do people realy steal bins ? oO


Yes, my brown recycling wheelie bin disappeared two weeks ago......
2 Likes #36
Blasphemous
Why do people use house number stickers on their bins? I know which bins are mine, the rubbish bin is in the back garden, the recycling bin is in the garage. When I put them out for emptying, they end up at the end of my drive and I move them back to the garden/garage. If this is to prevent stealing (god knows why anyone would steal a bin), thieves aren't as stupid as they look, peeling a sticker is something even they could do. So what is the purpose of these stickers?

We live in a terraced house in a borough where the collection day isn't fixed. Its more practical for us & the collectors to leave the bin the front garden. Trouble is that they usually take many to the truck together so have no way of knowing which bin belongs to which house. Labelling the bins means we can have our clean bins returned to us eventually (I've done the swapping-run many times!) rather than an unclean one that smells like poop :)
#37
Gabi
No good to me as my house only has a name and we use commune bins. It's a good price for a few stickers but please do people realy steal bins ? oO

Yes
#38
loveszebargains
Someone stole both my boxes an my neighbours boxes which had numbers on, refuse to pay for new ones so recycling is none existent in my house
Our council gives us as many free recycling ones as we like, mind you, they do only pick up the normal bins once a month. Swings and roundabouts.
#39
Ok who is a number two ?
#40
Blasphemous
Why do people use house number stickers on their bins? I know which bins are mine, the rubbish bin is in the back garden, the recycling bin is in the garage. When I put them out for emptying, they end up at the end of my drive and I move them back to the garden/garage. If this is to prevent stealing (god knows why anyone would steal a bin), thieves aren't as stupid as they look, peeling a sticker is something even they could do. So what is the purpose of these stickers?

Exhibit A: Local bell-end burns bin of number 15, cos it's the coolest thing they can think of doing on a Friday night. Number 15 phones to ask for replacement for their bin which was left out overnight as required and are told they have to pay £20 for new bin despite anything they can throw at robotically-scripted voice on other end of phone. Number 15 says f- that and nicks number 45's.

In the words of the Soup Nazi: No Bin For You!

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