5 Metre Bubble Wrap £1 @ Poundland
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5 Metre Bubble Wrap £1 @ Poundland

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Found 4th Sep 2012
This seem good deal if people want to buy it small amount for small usage.

5 meter is cheapeast i have found.

Wilkinson also sells for £1.00
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http://worcesterboxshop.co.uk/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=89&language=en&currency=GBP

This site is selling it for £3.
Great deal. Head added
Where do you want this bubble wrap darling?
Just pop it in the corner there
Been this price forever
Heat just for being a deal about bubble wrap!
What's the width on this? o.o
not exactly a new deal is it.
Get yourself on Amazon, 100 metres x 300mm wide for about £5.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Very-300mm-Jiffy-Bubble-Bubblewrap/dp/B0016RNMUQ/ref=sr_1_10?ie=UTF8&qid=1346758916&sr=8-10

So cold from me I'm afraid.

it's the same price in wilkinsons btw
mucker

Get yourself on Amazon, 100 metres x 300mm wide for about £5. … Get yourself on Amazon, 100 metres x 300mm wide for about £5. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Very-300mm-Jiffy-Bubble-Bubblewrap/dp/B0016RNMUQ/ref=sr_1_10?ie=UTF8&qid=1346758916&sr=8-10So cold from me I'm afraid.



Have you any idea how big 100m of bubble wrap is? It's fine if like me, you post upto 50 items a week in bubble wrap, but for the normal user, they're not going to want to store it.

The really cheap stuff (£5 for 100m) usually is very thin, ideal for me, but I wouldn't use it to wrap valuable china.

mike
Edited by: "mbuckhurst" 4th Sep 2012
Cheers, just popped over and bought two rolls
They have been selling it for as long as I can remember, we bought it when we moved house 4 years ago and again 1 year ago.
Just been to the Poundland in Lincoln. The rolls were 4.5m rather than 5m but still good price, in my opinion. There were still few left on the shelf.
Just the right amount to keep in the bedroom....
Cracking. Literally.
I love to pop this stuff. Its like squeezing a good spot! hehe
In all my ebaying years I have never paid for bubble wrap- I go to the fruit and veg section of supermarket and take it from the boxes there, have never had a problem with anyone asking me- I only take from the empty or virtually empty boxes mind- I dont go chucking stuff all over to get it!
Unless the size has changed, this is the standard price. I use this, and their jiffy style bags regularly for eBay. But good if you didn't know about it - I'm not voting either way.
Not a deal as such, it has always been £1.
iSam

Unless the size has changed, this is the standard price. I use this, and … Unless the size has changed, this is the standard price. I use this, and their jiffy style bags regularly for eBay. But good if you didn't know about it - I'm not voting either way.



same, although switched to home bargains for the jiffys now; even cheaper and better size
mbuckhurst

Have you any idea how big 100m of bubble wrap is? It's fine if like me, … Have you any idea how big 100m of bubble wrap is? It's fine if like me, you post upto 50 items a week in bubble wrap, but for the normal user, they're not going to want to store it.The really cheap stuff (£5 for 100m) usually is very thin, ideal for me, but I wouldn't use it to wrap valuable china. mike



Fair point, but the 100m stuff from Amazon is comparable in quality to the Poundland stuff. BTW it comes in 2 x 50m rolls so much more manageable and storable. Cheers
i never buy this online as never wrapped up properly
been this price for ages, I bought this product at poundland last august, not a deal
Come on, we all know why you REALLY want us to buy bubble wrap!

http://youtu.be/drRi35-6FEc

oO
mucker

Get yourself on Amazon, 100 metres x 300mm wide for about £5. … Get yourself on Amazon, 100 metres x 300mm wide for about £5. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Very-300mm-Jiffy-Bubble-Bubblewrap/dp/B0016RNMUQ/ref=sr_1_10?ie=UTF8&qid=1346758916&sr=8-10So cold from me I'm afraid.


Now this is what I call a deal. Thanks
welshlass1

In all my ebaying years I have never paid for bubble wrap- I go to the … In all my ebaying years I have never paid for bubble wrap- I go to the fruit and veg section of supermarket and take it from the boxes there, have never had a problem with anyone asking me- I only take from the empty or virtually empty boxes mind- I dont go chucking stuff all over to get it!



Asda love you to do this.
sure its 69p somewhere.. hmm stupid memory.
welshlass1

In all my ebaying years I have never paid for bubble wrap- I go to the … In all my ebaying years I have never paid for bubble wrap- I go to the fruit and veg section of supermarket and take it from the boxes there, have never had a problem with anyone asking me- I only take from the empty or virtually empty boxes mind- I dont go chucking stuff all over to get it!



Was thinking about doing that myself, but didn't fancy a freshly imported columbian fanged-up venomous spider waiting to sting me for being a cheap skate.
Well I been ebaying 10 years and have encountered no snakes yet.
Cheap skate and proud of it- I also never pass packaging charges onto buyers
Snakes?
Spiders, of course!!
I wonder what they package this in the protect this during delivery?
Tactile

sure its 69p somewhere.. hmm stupid memory.



Is it Home Bargains?
Poundland is a good shop, with many things cheap or a bargain at a £1, but likewise many items are expensive at a £1 and cheaper elsewhere.You can get bigger packs of padded envelopes in places like Q&D for the same price, and as I say I'm sure it's Home Bargains which are cheaper on these rolls, as I can also remember paying 69p for these rolls.
Cold I'm afraid, these are generally 99p in most places anyway, Wilkinsons, Works etc, so at £1 nothing special.
mbuckhurst

Have you any idea how big 100m of bubble wrap is? It's fine if like me, … Have you any idea how big 100m of bubble wrap is? It's fine if like me, you post upto 50 items a week in bubble wrap, but for the normal user, they're not going to want to store it.The really cheap stuff (£5 for 100m) usually is very thin, ideal for me, but I wouldn't use it to wrap valuable china. mike



I understand what you mean, I bought the 100m from Amazon. And it was huge, I mean huge. I rented out a double garage just to store this in but after a while and a lot of deliberation me and the missus decided that it just wasn't worth the outlay of hiring this double garage just to store this huge roll of bubble wrap in.

So we had to let it go. The thing that really annoyed me was that when I sold it on Ebay the buyer claimed it was damaged on arrival.

All in all, this huge roll of bubble wrap caused nothing but trouble.
mbuckhurst

The really cheap stuff (£5 for 100m) usually is very thin, ideal for me, … The really cheap stuff (£5 for 100m) usually is very thin, ideal for me, but I wouldn't use it to wrap valuable china.



Definitely need a bit more to wrap up more than a billion people.
if you buy this, you can use it to rap up the stuff you buy from this site when you sell it on fleebay correct? Shhhhhhhhhhhhhh
Edited by: "DADSCAB" 4th Sep 2012
didnt even knew that i can get that cheap.......thankz
Wilkinson also sales it for £1.
300mm x 5m

http://i1133.photobucket.com/albums/m599/jaannjaanu/5DB65132-9E71-400D-A9FB-45EF1D9F46FF-4498-000003600246CF0D.jpg
Edited by: "blackmail2005" 5th Sep 2012
jonny619447

I understand what you mean, I bought the 100m from Amazon. And it was … I understand what you mean, I bought the 100m from Amazon. And it was huge, I mean huge. I rented out a double garage just to store this in but after a while and a lot of deliberation me and the missus decided that it just wasn't worth the outlay of hiring this double garage just to store this huge roll of bubble wrap in.So we had to let it go. The thing that really annoyed me was that when I sold it on Ebay the buyer claimed it was damaged on arrival. All in all, this huge roll of bubble wrap caused nothing but trouble.

y

Hmmmmmmmmm.
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