£1 trolley tokens 25 for £4.75  +  £2 delivery at Pound for life (27p each)
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£1 trolley tokens 25 for £4.75 + £2 delivery at Pound for life (27p each)

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Found 6th Dec 2011
i find keeping one of these on my keyring comes in really handy when supermarket shopping or for the gym locker.

Great for selling for £1 at your local supermarket to raise funds for charity or school funds.

some 'unscrupulous' people have been known to use these in pool tables but that would be illegal.

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I just bought one for £1, and use it over and over again.

Quietus

I just bought one for £1, and use it over and over again.




LOL

I love my trolley pound coin thingy. I was lucky enough to get one free from a taxi firm

Good deal if can be used in older drinks/gambler machines.

Why buying 25?

Sharpharp

Good deal if can be used in older drinks/gambler machines.



Are you one of the aforementioned "unscrupulous" ones then?:p

Great deal - good to sell at school Christmas fairs, fundraisers, etc for 50p-£1.

Pegjes44

Why buying 25?


If only everyone was as innocent as you Pegjes44.

Pegjes44

Why buying 25?


Possibly a small charity that cannot buy in bulk and could make £18 if sold for £1 each!?

A better deal would be to buy a charity trolley token.
pcrf.org.uk/pro…ing

Gonna give them out instead of cards, much better !

But why does the santa look so unhappy?

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Perfectpilly123

Gonna give them out instead of cards, much better !



what a great idea, hadn't thought of that

Would these work in a self-serve Tesco machine?

thats the wifes xmas present sorted and whats left over can go in the crackers

Alfie!

But why does the santa look so unhappy?


Wouldn't you, knowing what he's got to do on Christmas eve!?

give it a go, and let us know lol

anewman

Would these work in a self-serve Tesco machine?


SpoonyBoy

A better deal would be to buy a charity trolley … A better deal would be to buy a charity trolley token.http://www.pcrf.org.uk/products.php/47/trolley-token-keyring

Why it is £3 for one!!! with delivery.

Can use these for stealing multiple trollies on the cheap for use in Bitter Wallets "Feral Trolly of the Week" photo opportunity

owldin08

Why it is £3 for one!!! with delivery.



Take a look at the link again, and read the words on the website this time.

SpoonyBoy

Take a look at the link again, and read the words on the website this … Take a look at the link again, and read the words on the website this time.

£1.50 for keyring with token and £1.50 for post and packing , off website !unless you have different website!

Cheap way to get trolleys to sell for scrap, cheers

wonder can you fool an instore coin sorter into thinking these are £ coins?
Edited by: "thegroutch" 6th Dec 2011

Gonna take these to work and raise some money for NSPCC

i heavily doubt it, surely these machines can tell the difference...

I remember the snack machine we had at school, once your put in your selection if your pressed the return money button fast enough it would dispense the snack and give you all of your money.

mocmocamoc

Cheap way to get trolleys to sell for scrap, cheers



hahaha, that comment actually made me laugh out loud!

do these work in vending machines then ?.

Where are these used?

I've not seen a supermarket ask for a pound for a trolley for a few years now.
Edited by: "Winchy" 6th Dec 2011

Is this just the tokens or do you get the key ring aswell?

These coins are the same size as a pound coin.

They are not the same weight of a pound coin.

Which is one of the many different ways that coin machines know a genuine coin or not.

Winchy

Where are these used? I've not seen a supermarket ask for a pound for a … Where are these used? I've not seen a supermarket ask for a pound for a trolley for a few years now.



Both my morrsions and asda do

Winchy

Where are these used? I've not seen a supermarket ask for a pound for a … Where are these used? I've not seen a supermarket ask for a pound for a trolley for a few years now.



Seriously? Nearly every supermarket I go to requires a pound. Do you live in one of those towns where crime-rate is magnificently low?
Edited by: "jk12324" 6th Dec 2011

Anyone having trouble with link? Its taking ages for me

guess working in IT has benefits, I get this tat all the time in 'goody' bags from exhibitions/conferences etc.
Had one for years and have a pile in the kitchen drawer for when I eventually lose one.

Banned

good price i get them fro £1 for 12

The snowman one's look happier!

Do these work in lockers too? Ive bought some in the past and they dont work in lockers, but do in trolleys

CALMSEAS

Same price turn that frown upside down and get the smiley … Same price turn that frown upside down and get the smiley snowmanhttp://www.poundforlife.co.uk/category-50/Pack-Dan-Snowman.html


There's something a little disturbing about the look of this snowman, can't put my finger on it - but think I'll go for the Grumpy Santa!!!

owldin08

£1.50 for keyring with token and £1.50 for post and packing , off w … £1.50 for keyring with token and £1.50 for post and packing , off website !unless you have different website!


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