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48 Cadburys Cream Eggs only £15.80 delivered with Amazon - Prime Exclusive
48 Cadburys Cream Eggs only £15.80 delivered with Amazon - Prime Exclusive

48 Cadburys Cream Eggs only £15.80 delivered with Amazon - Prime Exclusive

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Well this is a cracking deal for me. 48 Cadbury cream eggs for £15.80.... wonder if any will be left at Easter.

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Cold cos its Kraft!

Works out 33p an egg. Nothing special.

No longer dairy milk! But good price all the same.
Edited by: "jbmnic" 14th Feb

works out same price if you buy 12

Had a creme egg last week. First time I have thrown chocolate in the bin ever!
Used to be my favourite.
I can only describe them as awful.
Grainy chocolate, gritty fondant!
They used to be smooth chocolate and the middle runny and soft.
Cadbury, what did you do?

Mondelez=tax avoidance, sold by Amazon who may or may not be paying corp tax..
I genuinely try and avoid Cadbury now, shame.
Edited by: "winchman" 14th Feb

winchman

Mondelez=tax avoidance, sold by Amazon who may or may not be paying corp … Mondelez=tax avoidance, sold by Amazon who may or may not be paying corp tax..I genuinely try and avoid Cadbury now, shame.



What difference does that make to the taste? Half the people on here seem to be happy to avoid tax if the popularity of those Chinese import phones is to be believed :P

Wait till a couple of days after Easter. I got a pack of 5 for 50p at Tesco last year

Cold because they taste like bum

misterleoni

What difference does that make to the taste? Half the people on here seem … What difference does that make to the taste? Half the people on here seem to be happy to avoid tax if the popularity of those Chinese import phones is to be believed :P


I can't deny the chinese phone comment, but my comment still stands, they don't pay corp tax. Its not as if Vodafone or the like pay it either, so the money people save by buying in China allows them to spend more hopefully with companies who do pay corp tax. As far as the taste goes, as others have said, its not what it was, the same goes for chocolate orange, also ruined by the Kraft giant.

Edited by: "winchman" 14th Feb

I'm not sure I follow your logic but fair enough!

I thought people bought Chinese phones in the hope of avoiding tax because they don't want to pay it, not to fulfil some Robin Hood exercise where they give it back to more benevolent organisations who don't avoid tax.

Whatever these companies do or don't do, it's generally legal - they're just following a loophole - as many individuals on here would exploit a tax loophole if it were open to them. As I mentioned, a common thread on here is cheap Chinese phone imports, which pop up multiple times a day. Avoiding tax on cheap Chinese phones if you get the basic post rather than paying a big Courier is essentially a loophole that's depriving the government of entitled money. Even if you tell yourself it's not your fault if you don't get asked to pay any fees, I wonder how many people take action to 'dob in' these Chinese companies for their role in *proactively EVADING* tax by declaring items to be worth €5 when their true worth is often 50 times this amount.

Apparently it's ok if you're an individual or a company from China though, because that doesn't count. Only meany well-known corporations aren't allowed to do it.

As for the taste, I never liked Creme Eggs! Give me a piece of Galaxy any day of the week.

As for exploiting tax if it was open to the plebs.... as it is for the corps and my rich chums... never gonna happen
Plebs will pay while my rich chums play.... so get back to work and pay my tax

33 p an egg is cheaper than in most shops at the moment so heat from me!

Current Tesco deal is loads better than this, 10 eggs for £2. Cold from me.
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