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1400g jelly bean factory jar £10 on Amazon Prime (£13.99 non-Prime)

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Posted 28th Oct 2018

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there has been a few people selling for £10 pounds.and this will be why there is a drop.however nobody is £8.50 so i am hot.
Can anyone remember the old Starburst Joosters? They were the best, then all of a sudden they were gone...
Hot at £8.50(y)
Don't they have haribo gummy bears
Same price Iceland. I couldn't help but think it was bloody expensive.... Then again im not a big fan of these anyway. I've had too many bad tasting ones to be put off
Is it £8.50 in Iceland’s ?
jamesisasecret28/10/2018 22:49

Same price Iceland. I couldn't help but think it was bloody expensive.... …Same price Iceland. I couldn't help but think it was bloody expensive.... Then again im not a big fan of these anyway. I've had too many bad tasting ones to be put off


not the same.
wakkaday28/10/2018 22:51

Is it £8.50 in Iceland’s ?


Are you sure, I believe it's £10?
wakkaday7 m ago

Is it £8.50 in Iceland’s ?


Nope
shonkygeeza1 m ago

Are you sure, I believe it's £10?


It is 8.50 refers to adding it to your subscribe and save
This deal is £10 on here, same price as Iceland. Cheaper s&s though.
jamesisasecret11 m ago

Same price Iceland. I couldn't help but think it was bloody expensive.... …Same price Iceland. I couldn't help but think it was bloody expensive.... Then again im not a big fan of these anyway. I've had too many bad tasting ones to be put off


Had these before,I think there was one bad flavour.still ate them
Defnitely £10 groceries.iceland.co.uk/the…

However you are being stung 8 flavours. 28 in Iceland, 36 in Amazon. No Liquorice, Marshmalow, Cinnamon, Cafe Latte, Mint Sorbet & French Vanilla as well as raspberry jam & Pina Clada
Edited by: "dannykerner1990" 28th Oct 2018
jamesisasecret3 m ago

This deal is £10 on here, same price as Iceland. Cheaper s&s though.


Yup
dannykerner199028/10/2018 23:01

Defnitely £10 …Defnitely £10 https://groceries.iceland.co.uk/the-jelly-bean-factory-28-gourmet-flavours-jelly-beans-1-4kg/p/57083


Not as many flavours
oos for s&s.
powerbrick28/10/2018 23:03

less flavours


Less flavours but they pay their fair tax and their staff proper wages. Plus less harm to the environment when you pop to the shop. So you can shove these in ya gob and have a (slightly) cleaner conscience.
£10 sold by Amazon oos too. Can buy from a TP for £10.99
jamesisasecret28/10/2018 23:10

Less flavours but they pay their fair tax and their staff proper wages. …Less flavours but they pay their fair tax and their staff proper wages. Plus less harm to the environment when you pop to the shop. So you can shove these in ya gob and have a (slightly) cleaner conscience.


:/ anyone would pass less tax if they could its not Amazons fault our government is everything they are doing is entirely legal and the lawmakers just aint bothered.
Edited by: "powerbrick" 28th Oct 2018
NOT Jelly Belly... NOT interested
powerbrick28/10/2018 23:31

:/ anyone would pass less tax if they could its not Amazons fault our …:/ anyone would pass less tax if they could its not Amazons fault our government is everything they are doing is entirely legal and the lawmakers just aint bothered.


Legal in which country? That's the problem.
Jonnyblock22 m ago

Legal in which country? That's the problem.


well ours otherwise it would be illegal.
Showing as £19.24 for me, expired unfortunately 😪
powerbrick6 h, 45 m ago

anyone would pass less tax if they could its not Amazons fault our … anyone would pass less tax if they could its not Amazons fault our government is everything they are doing is entirely legal and the lawmakers just aint bothered.


Haha believe me, I agree.
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jamesisasecret28/10/2018 23:10

Less flavours but they pay their fair tax and their staff proper wages. …Less flavours but they pay their fair tax and their staff proper wages. Plus less harm to the environment when you pop to the shop. So you can shove these in ya gob and have a (slightly) cleaner conscience.


£9.50 (£10.50 in London) an hour as of November seems decent to me, I doubt Iceland are paying any more than that.
Edited by: "Gormond" 29th Oct 2018
Gormond1 h, 14 m ago

£9.50 (£10.50 in London) an hour as of November seems decent to me, I d …£9.50 (£10.50 in London) an hour as of November seems decent to me, I doubt Iceland are paying any more than that.


Blimey, they're actually being paid now? I bet their still going to be over worked and treated like sh*t still though.
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