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wonka runts £1.00 at poundland

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this is a great deal because they are normal 3-4 pound in selfridges
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#1
Also Wonka's gobstoppers
1 Like #2
toni2wright
Also Wonka's gobstoppers
yeah but theirs no point putting it on as somebody has already posted it
1 Like #3
the woman across the road from us has a wonky runt, apparently.
1 Like #4
ah! are these back?! remember these from 15-20yrs ago!
#5
any one know where you can buy wonka bars the purple ones
banned#6
Bargain
#7
Ahhh I used to love these bad boys!
banned#8
"this is a great deal because they are normal 3-4 pound in selfridges"

ok so I'll post a deal for oh say a Shirt and compare the price to what they have in Harrods, that'll make the shirt a excellent deal even tho most other places the prices are similar.
#9
I've got a Golden Ticket! :p
1 Like #10
You can get these in Poundland?

I just bought some back from Manahtten as a 'special American present' for the kids.

Edited By: Fogg1969 on Apr 18, 2013 21:01
#11
I cant believe these are now considered a bargain at a £1.. When I was a kid they were 30p even with inflation they shouldn't be a bargain at this price but thanks to this new fad it really is a bargain lol. People will argue they arent made over there no more but the fact is they are now American sweets are popular they opened factorys over here to make them
#12
nickisanders52
any one know where you can buy wonka bars the purple ones

According to Sky News today you can buy them, but there all fake & low quality. Apparently Nestle dont sell them in the UK now.
#13
Nestle still make Wonka Runts but they stopped making Wonka bars in 2010, if you see any they are fake....
#14
How many of you shop in Selfridges for these?
#15
Nestle still makes the full range of Wonka confectionery in NZ and Australia, chocolate bars and all!
#16
vhero
I cant believe these are now considered a bargain at a £1.. When I was a kid they were 30p even with inflation they shouldn't be a bargain at this price but thanks to this new fad it really is a bargain lol. People will argue they arent made over there no more but the fact is they are now American sweets are popular they opened factorys over here to make them

The ones you got as a kid were small boxes, these are 2-3 times the size
#17
Loads in newcastle
1 Like #18
mark333
Loads in newcastle

Saw a few runts last time I was there too.
#19
this is a great deal because they are normal 3-4 pound in selfridges

I literally laughed out loud
#20
Amazing! I love wonka stuff X)
banned 1 Like #21
Sky news update 18/04/13:-


Fake Willy Wonka Chocolate Bar Warning For UK

Trading standards officers say "massive profits" are being made from the bogus chocolate - which takes advantage of the famous promotion in Roald Dahl's book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
In the book and film adaptations starring Johnny Depp and Gene Wilder as Willy Wonka, children who found a rare golden ticket inside the wrapper won a trip to the eccentric chocolatier's factory.
Investigators believe the illegal batch of bars is being sold directly to shops and convenience stores by travelling salesmen.
They carry a message on the packaging that says "five lucky winners will find a golden ticket inside".
In fact every bar contains a "winning" ticket - but with no information about how to claim the prize.
The bars contravene labelling requirements and cannot legally be described as milk chocolate. It is thought those behind the scam may be repackaging cheap chocolate and selling it on with a huge mark-up.
Nestle, which owns the copyright for Wonka chocolate, has confirmed it has no Wonka competitions operating in Britain and has not sold the product since 2010.
The fake bars have no branding or company address on them and do not carry the Nestle trademark.
Trading standards have had reports of the counterfeit chocolate in areas including Suffolk, Lanarkshire, South Wales, London and most recently North East Lincolnshire.
North East Lincolnshire Council said in a statement: "Following seizures elsewhere in the country, officers have found some of the fake goods at a local sweet shop.
"Officers are currently checking other retailers to seize any remaining bars still on sale. They will also be reminding food businesses of the importance of sourcing stock from reputable suppliers.
"There are currently no known health risks, but the origin of these bars is unknown."
#22
Loads in meadowhall sheffield :)
1 Like #23
Should check the news guys there is a bunch of counterfeit Wonka products going round at the mo. Nestle have the rights to it and if it doesn't have their details on it, it's not kosher.
#24
fowler002
"this is a great deal because they are normal 3-4 pound in selfridges"

ok so I'll post a deal for oh say a Shirt and compare the price to what they have in Harrods, that'll make the shirt a excellent deal even tho most other places the prices are similar.

But msot other places the prices aren't similar. Hardly anywhere sells these. The only other places anywhere near me other than poundland that sell Gobstoppers, Runts & Nerds are American Candy stores and these packs are £5 there (I don't buy them but I see them when I spend silly money on American drinks...)
#25
wabbitslay3r
Should check the news guys there is a bunch of counterfeit Wonka products going round at the mo. Nestle have the rights to it and if it doesn't have their details on it, it's not kosher.

It's only the chocolate as far as i'm aware. It also appears in the Americandy type stores i've mentioned above
#26
Places like 'Jessica's' are selling these fakes. Horrendous chocolate (exactly the same shape and pattern as the asda smart price ones!) wrapped in a poorly printed wrapper.

Good luck to anyone who finds these runts in Poundland, last time they were in stores they sold out within a day!
#27
Tesco now sell these in the American section, £2.50 a box.. that's if you can't find these in Poundland..

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