12 Piece Porcelain Dinner + 24 Piece Cutlery Set + 6 Mugs - £14.67 @ Argos (+ Others)
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12 Piece Porcelain Dinner + 24 Piece Cutlery Set + 6 Mugs - £14.67 @ Argos (+ Others)

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SuperEd
Found 29th Oct
Decent bundle, esp if on a budget/student or want a few extra plates for Crimbo Dinner = Hit get deal link, scroll down to offers and select bundles

Set up. Eat up. Wash up. This 12-piece dinner set from the Simple Value range is ideal for a student living at university, a first home gift or as a set of spares. This white porcelain tableware is dishwasher and microwave safe, making it a practical choice.

Also

Dinner Set + Cutlery Set + 4 Glasses = £13.87
Or Just the Dinner Set + Cutlery Set for £10.18

Top comments

Matzi20002 h, 55 m ago

I've ordered 2 for charity food Bank x


Do people generally like the taste of plates?

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Matzi20001 h, 25 m ago

I've ordered 2 for charity food Bank x


I've ordered 3 for charity food bank but I don't like to talk about it xx

I've ordered 2 for charity food Bank x
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cant help but think buying it separately might be cheaper elsewhere

wilko saver brand 12 piece = £6
Wilko dining set

6 mugs - £4.50
wilko

argos value stainless steel 24 piece cutlery - £3.19
argos value


so £13.69 total (as an example)

good if you cant be bothered though
Edited by: "adamspencer95" 29th Oct

I've ordered 2 for charity food Bank x

Matzi20001 h, 4 m ago

I've ordered 2 for charity food Bank x



"You don't know me, I'm a good person."

Matzi20001 h, 25 m ago

I've ordered 2 for charity food Bank x


I've ordered 3 for charity food bank but I don't like to talk about it xx

DexMorgan2 m ago

I've ordered 3 for charity food bank but I don't like to talk about it xx


Oh go on then, I've ordered 4 xxx

Matzi20002 h, 55 m ago

I've ordered 2 for charity food Bank x


Do people generally like the taste of plates?

adamspencer953 h, 57 m ago

cant help but think buying it separately might be cheaper elsewherewilko …cant help but think buying it separately might be cheaper elsewherewilko saver brand 12 piece = £6Wilko dining set6 mugs - £4.50wilkoargos value stainless steel 24 piece cutlery - £3.19argos valueso £13.69 total (as an example)good if you cant be bothered though


Also add IKEA, 50p per item.
Though must remember they are not exactly like for like.

DexMorgan2 h, 21 m ago

Oh go on then, I've ordered 4 xxx


Bought 5 for my self. Im selfish but don’t like to talk about it xx

I think white glass dinner set from ikea where individual items are 50p each is true bargain.

androoski1 h, 37 m ago

Also add IKEA, 50p per item. Though must remember they are not exactly …Also add IKEA, 50p per item. Though must remember they are not exactly like for like.


no but we are talking about budget stuff here, there wont be much variance

Oos I bought every last one for my local foodbank!!! Expire the deal 👅

Ikinaya8833 m ago

Oos I bought every last one for my local foodbank!!! Expire the deal …Oos I bought every last one for my local foodbank!!! Expire the deal 👅

I've cleared out my local Argos because I hate food bank types.

Matzi20008 h, 35 m ago

I've ordered 2 for charity food Bank x




i sure the starving people will be happy to chew on some plates.

Matzi200011 h, 12 m ago

I've ordered 2 for charity food Bank x



I live in a smallish town where everyone knows everyone else and can assure you nobody is starving or needs a roof over their head, but we have a food bank, perhaps so the tree huggers can feel good about themselves.
Guess who uses our local food bank - drug addicts, alcoholics, and a few similar types. One of them pays for a taxi to get home safely with his bags of drink, whilst almost all of them smoke, yet they are 'so poor and needy' they use a food bank with no questions asked, other than disgusted comments from hard working citizens who might well have less disposable income than the food bank users....... funny old world.

kamenitzabrit12 h, 36 m ago

I live in a smallish town where everyone knows everyone else and can …I live in a smallish town where everyone knows everyone else and can assure you nobody is starving or needs a roof over their head, but we have a food bank, perhaps so the tree huggers can feel good about themselves.Guess who uses our local food bank - drug addicts, alcoholics, and a few similar types. One of them pays for a taxi to get home safely with his bags of drink, whilst almost all of them smoke, yet they are 'so poor and needy' they use a food bank with no questions asked, other than disgusted comments from hard working citizens who might well have less disposable income than the food bank users....... funny old world.


What a life eh, living the dream.

DexMorgan29th Oct

I've ordered 3 for charity food bank but I don't like to talk about it xx


You just did...

Rockpaperfunko29th Oct

Do people generally like the taste of plates?


I find it hard to believe that even in a "smallish" town that everyone knows everyone else, or that nobody is going hungry or in need of accommodation, and wonder why someone who obviously doesn't give to food banks should be bothered about who uses them. Most people who contribute to food banks are just ordinary working people trying to help others, and not " treehuggers", which is a boring cliched term bandied about by those without sufficient vocabulary to think of their own insults, and are offended by caring decent thoughtful people doing things that they're too mean greedy and selfish to do themselves. The people I know who've used food banks - which shouldn't be necessary in Britain today - have had to be referred by social services and though grateful, have found it embarrassing and demeaning, and acohol is not handed out at food banks. Social drug use or drinking can easily slip over into addiction and alcoholism if someone is genetically predisposed.
Oh to be perfect.
Rockpaperfunko29th Oct

Do people generally like the taste of plates?

kamenitzabrit29th Oct

I live in a smallish town where everyone knows everyone else and can …I live in a smallish town where everyone knows everyone else and can assure you nobody is starving or needs a roof over their head, but we have a food bank, perhaps so the tree huggers can feel good about themselves.Guess who uses our local food bank - drug addicts, alcoholics, and a few similar types. One of them pays for a taxi to get home safely with his bags of drink, whilst almost all of them smoke, yet they are 'so poor and needy' they use a food bank with no questions asked, other than disgusted comments from hard working citizens who might well have less disposable income than the food bank users....... funny old world.



apears3 m ago

I find it hard to believe that even in a "smallish" town that everyone …I find it hard to believe that even in a "smallish" town that everyone knows everyone else, or that nobody is going hungry or in need of accommodation, and wonder why someone who obviously doesn't give to food banks should be bothered about who uses them. Most people who contribute to food banks are just ordinary working people trying to help others, and not " treehuggers", which is a boring cliched term bandied about by those without sufficient vocabulary to think of their own insults, and are offended by caring decent thoughtful people doing things that they're too mean greedy and selfish to do themselves. The people I know who've used food banks - which shouldn't be necessary in Britain today - have had to be referred by social services and though grateful, have found it embarrassing and demeaning, and acohol is not handed out at food banks. Social drug use or drinking can easily slip over into addiction and alcoholism if someone is genetically predisposed. Oh to be perfect.


oops

doesnt mention anyting about cutlery 24piece?
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