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WISPA BARS - 30p each instore

£0.30 @ Home Bargains
I spotted that Home Bargains Northampton were selling these for 30p each, expiry date is NOV 2009. not sure if this is national though? tastes exactly the same as chocolate aero's to me! good pr… Read More
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8y, 7m agoFound 8 years, 7 months ago
I spotted that Home Bargains Northampton were selling these for 30p each, expiry date is NOV 2009. not sure if this is national though?

tastes exactly the same as chocolate aero's to me!

good price i think
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#1
Very good price, but in my opinion this is all it really worth, unlike my local shop which sells them for 59p.
#2
Dellboy182
Very good price, but in my opinion this is all it really worth, unlike my local shop which sells them for 59p.


Yes i agree, my local petrol station selling them for 60p!
any advance on 60p! lol
#3
#4
Nice price, but i still want them 2 bring wispa bite back.......does anyone remember them???
#5
Hot, Cheaper than the Iceland price, now will it get that hot?? +9 from me
#6
Love Wispas!
#7
I'm glad they brought these back!! yum
#8
3 for £1 in Keystore shops too.

Not bought chocolates in absolutely ages s- are all individual chocolates not £50-60p?! :o In my day...
#9
Better than the Iceland deal.
#10
It's a good price if you have a store near you, Iceland is handier for me though.
#11
good deal - voted hot! :thumbsup:
#12
Obvioulsy a good price but just wondering why everyone seems to go so mad for Wispas? Surely the only reason that they were discontinued in the first place is because not enough people were buying them?
#13
If you eat a Wispa whilst chewing Wrigley's Doublemint it tastes like Mint Aero.
#14
So we've come to this...
#15
Bargain, and much nicer than Aero bars IMHO. Wispa Gold were the greatest though.
#16
another chocolate bar thread... how useful :whistling:
#17
more usefull than your post.

Voted hot any choc less than 40p is good.
#18
spaceinvader
another chocolate bar thread... how useful :whistling:


scousethief
more usefull than your post.

Voted hot any choc less than 40p is good.


lmao
#19
Cheap_n_Nicety
Obvioulsy a good price but just wondering why everyone seems to go so mad for Wispas? Surely the only reason that they were discontinued in the first place is because not enough people were buying them?


Not necessarily.

When Texan bars went out of production they blamed the miners strike.:w00t:
#20
Good price, they are nothing like Areo's though imo. Wispa's are well nice, as is all cadbury chocolate.
#21
Problem Child
Good price, they are nothing like Areo's though imo. Wispa's are well nice, as is all cadbury chocolate.


i prefer galaxy hmmmmmmm :)
#22
i love wispa's, better send our lass for some they'll go nice in my bait box :)
#23
Cyb
3 for £1 in Keystore shops too.

Not bought chocolates in absolutely ages s- are all individual chocolates not £50-60p?! :o In my day...


thanks!
i have a Keystore at the end of my road :thumbsup: better than trekking to town to iceland :-D
1 Like #24
I heard George Michael jumped at this deal and stocked up, but dropped them all on his way home. I guess it's easy to be Careless with your Wispas!
#25
scousethief
more usefull than your post.

Voted hot any choc less than 40p is good.


since when did a comment have to be useful? a comment is a comment.. all that chocolate is rotting your brain :thinking:
#26
part2
Not necessarily.

When Texan bars went out of production they blamed the miners strike.:w00t:


Now that was a lovely bar - Texan. Wish they would bring that back!
#27
joesmum
Now that was a lovely bar - Texan. Wish they would bring that back!


You must've missed it, they were in the shops a few years ago:whistling:
#28
I remember when these were less than 30p. Those were the days. We didnt get pocket money, we saved every penny we had and when we had enough we could buy one. Good times!
#29
Yes they are nicer than Aero and tbh when they brought them back last year I hadn't even realised they'd been away!

BUT aren't most chocolate bars of this size about 20 / 30p in Home & Bargain - so therefore I don't really understand why this is such a hot deal???
#30
MrTimmington
If you eat a Wispa whilst chewing Wrigley's Doublemint it tastes like Mint Aero.



This is probably THE funniest thing i've ever heard, no doubt will be giggling about it for days.
#31
My understanding is Wispa was dropped in favour of Spira (One had to go and Wispa got the boot) - Spira didn't last much longer though Cos it was naff :whistling:
I always think ALL choccies are better from the fridge (or freezer). Go on try your teeth against a freezer-yorkie! Dare ya! :-D
#32
love that they have brought these back but chocolate bars everywhere seem to be 50pish i remeber when they used to cost 30p :P and i'm only 20! bring back wispa caramel.
#33
Does this make it a 'hot chocolate' deal then?
:lol:
#34
Not a biggie,

but i think these are actually 36p in home and bargains, well at least in most stores in liverpool

still well cheap mind!!
banned#35
joesmum;3255046
Now that was a lovely bar - Texan. Wish they would bring that back!

used to sell em on http://www.aquarterof.co.uk/index.php but think they have stopped now
Big Rick;3258469
Does this make it a 'hot chocolate' deal then?
:lol:

....you sexy thing...
#36
I heard a wispa that they were 30p!
#37
Lucifer-Starr
My understanding is Wispa was dropped in favour of Spira (One had to go and Wispa got the boot) - Spira didn't last much longer though Cos it was naff :whistling:
I always think ALL choccies are better from the fridge (or freezer). Go on try your teeth against a freezer-yorkie! Dare ya! :-D


Spira's I remember them they were a bit like Twirl's except the chocolate was a bit harder. Muc prefered Wispa's out of the two.

Anybody remember Secret's? Think they were made by Nestle and had a creamy brown (no wise cracks please!) centre with a little cardboard tray inside the wrapper, They were lovely!

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-3394676286237442332

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