2 tubs Celebrations/Heroes/Quality Street etc £9 at Co-op food
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2 tubs Celebrations/Heroes/Quality Street etc £9 at Co-op food

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Found 16th Dec 2015
2 tubs of Heroes, Celebrations, Quality Street, Haribo, Swizzles Sweet Shop for £9 at Co-operative stores. Ends 24th December 2015.

I know this isn't as good a deal specifically on Quality Street, which is 2 for £6 at Tesco from today, but there are more varieties.

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2 tubs for £6 starting today at tesco
Think it's only on Quality Street at Tesco.
They are lately for 4 pounds a tube almost in every shop, Tesco from what I have heard are having 2 tubes for 6 pounds from today.
Asda and Morrisons are both £5 each for tubs.
caz301

2 tubs for £6 starting today at tesco



​I've been in and didn't see this !
Aldi also have tubs of celebrations for £3.99
The Co-op - out of touch with reality, as ever. If ever a company needed a massive shakeup this has to be it. Seems to be run more for the benefit of its managers and staff than its customers, and in terminal decline as a result.
blue1971

​I've been in and didn't see this !


Started today, two for £6 in all stores just on Quality streets
Unfortunately with the Quality Street deal this won't bode well.

£4.50 per tub for Roses is decent at the moment though.
Newbold

The Co-op - out of touch with reality, as ever. If ever a company needed … The Co-op - out of touch with reality, as ever. If ever a company needed a massive shakeup this has to be it. Seems to be run more for the benefit of its managers and staff than its customers, and in terminal decline as a result.



​I agree with you that they are out of touch with reality and overpriced with just about everything they sell, but you don't seriously think that any business actually operates for the benefit of it's customers do you?
its only showing the Quality Street Tub 756G that are 2 for £6 at tesco has anyone been in do you know if you can mix and match?
benjammin316

Unfortunately with the Quality Street deal this won't bode well.£4.50 per … Unfortunately with the Quality Street deal this won't bode well.£4.50 per tub for Roses is decent at the moment though.



roses £4 at tesco
Dyslexic_Dog

​I agree with you that they are out of touch with reality and overpriced w … ​I agree with you that they are out of touch with reality and overpriced with just about everything they sell, but you don't seriously think that any business actually operates for the benefit of it's customers do you?


Absolutely not! They operate for the benefit of the owners/shareholders, obviously. But the Co-op's a bit different, in that it's owned by shareholders who tend also to be its customers. That doesn't stop it from operating mainly for the benefit of managers and staff, though - to the detriment of its customers and shareholders.

I'd put Nationwide BS into much the same category.
These are that cold, they will need defrosting before eating.
oh no u didnt
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I LOVE the Co-op. We have one on our village, they do the freshest quality produce. I don't mind paying a tiny bit extra. Their weekly deals make up for it.
Good find OP. I like to have a choice of the chocs, not just boring old Quality Street so don't mind paying the extra £1.
Saves me fuel and dealing with busy supermarkets.
And I get my Co-op points too.
Some rural members will love this deal. Small towns and villages often rely on the Co-op. Yes it is not the cheapest or best store but it is a step up from Spar or Premier.
£4.50 each? sorry but this is stone cold

Must try harder Co-Op
Edited by: "jooe7" 16th Dec 2015
Even with the NUS discount, still makes it 10p more per ton than other places at £4.
Voted cold just to join in as I've never seen anything drop this cold before.
Definitely not a good deal but not everyone has a big shop near them, and certainly not the most rubbish of all the rubbish deals that get posted on here. It is chocolate after all.
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