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6 Fresh Cream Mini Victoria Sandwich £4.99 at Costco
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6 Fresh Cream Mini Victoria Sandwich £4.99 at Costco

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Posted 4th JunAvailable: National
Nothing mini about them at all as each individual one was quite big
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Handy if you have or know someone with a costco card

Found in London but told its Nationwide
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These are really nice , quite big too . Well worth the money . We get them at parties and they go down well .
Just posting a Costco deal on the new salted caramel donuts , we haven’t got these yet up north but when they do finally come in I’m getting a box
These have been available in Glasgow for about 2 years now. They’re delicious and like you say quite big
Costco birthday cakes are awful so I hope these are better. Still seem very expensive for a so-called warehouse. Used to like their chocolate croissants but they stopped doing them. You can’t get consistency of product lines at Costco so we rarely go there any more.
Doing the Cambridge diet atm but could murder these. They're a must when I take the rare trip to Costco
These are gorgeous but you really only need 1/2 one unless you’re greedy like me !!!
Passionateaboutprice04/06/2019 07:38

Costco birthday cakes are awful so I hope these are better. Still seem …Costco birthday cakes are awful so I hope these are better. Still seem very expensive for a so-called warehouse. Used to like their chocolate croissants but they stopped doing them. You can’t get consistency of product lines at Costco so we rarely go there any more.


Yeah Costco cake is a bit like marmite, I’m not a fan but I know lots of people do like them. These Victoria sponges at less than 84p each is quite reasonable in my opinion, they’re a decent size and it’s fresh cream. When you think of the cost of things in the likes of Greggs these days .
Costco cakes look bangin’
This is the normal price for these cakes . Really nice and large as deviously stated. Bakery has season products eg strawberry tarts in summer, mince pies at Xmas. So not so much constant supply but seasonal supply but only in bakery dept. Don’t usually have other things out of stock.
I don't understand the b0llocks about offering membership to selected trades/individuals - the US branches don't run this stupid policy of discrimination.
Termeh04/06/2019 07:54

Doing the Cambridge diet atm but could murder these. They're a must when I …Doing the Cambridge diet atm but could murder these. They're a must when I take the rare trip to Costco



That's another thing that shouldn't even exist - a diet plan with a name Only diet should be to just eat less!
These are yum. I'd also recommend the chocolate brownies
jhw04/06/2019 19:05

I don't understand the b0llocks about offering membership to selected …I don't understand the b0llocks about offering membership to selected trades/individuals - the US branches don't run this stupid policy of discrimination.


Neither does Costco UK. If you are a trader, business, or classed as a professional, you can have a trade card. If you've ever been a member, even as an additional card on a business one, then you can have an individual membership.Nothing selected about it.

You can also buy online if you aren't a member, just pay an extra 5% for the items.
gazjon04/06/2019 19:56

Neither does Costco UK. If you are a trader, business, or classed as a …Neither does Costco UK. If you are a trader, business, or classed as a professional, you can have a trade card. If you've ever been a member, even as an additional card on a business one, then you can have an individual membership.Nothing selected about it.You can also buy online if you aren't a member, just pay an extra 5% for the items.



But you can't just turn up and join - they tell you to come back with payslips, proof of profession etc. I once went about 10 years ago and seeing they wouldn't let me join then and there, I've never been back - even though I do qualify for membership. It just seems a strange setup to actively turn people away.
Half the time Costco is bloomin' expensive, go figure.
jhw04/06/2019 20:04

But you can't just turn up and join - they tell you to come back with …But you can't just turn up and join - they tell you to come back with payslips, proof of profession etc. I once went about 10 years ago and seeing they wouldn't let me join then and there, I've never been back - even though I do qualify for membership. It just seems a strange setup to actively turn people away.


Of course, most warehouses require some sort of proof in my experience. It's not the same as walking into an M&S or a B&M
Saw in lakeside Costco got some and they were divine. Wanted to get some more at Costco Chingford but they don't sell it
Passionateaboutprice04/06/2019 07:38

Costco birthday cakes are awful so I hope these are better. Still seem …Costco birthday cakes are awful so I hope these are better. Still seem very expensive for a so-called warehouse. Used to like their chocolate croissants but they stopped doing them. You can’t get consistency of product lines at Costco so we rarely go there any more.



£15 for a birthday cake that serves 40 people, wow really expensive...
hsmith05/06/2019 11:10

£15 for a birthday cake that serves 40 people, wow really expensive...


That isn't expensive at all
jhw04/06/2019 19:07

That's another thing that shouldn't even exist - a diet plan with a name …That's another thing that shouldn't even exist - a diet plan with a name Only diet should be to just eat less!


If humans had that amount of self control and willpower, obesity, alcoholism and drug addiction wouldn't exist. Why didn't we all think of the theory of relativity before Einstein? We're humans. We can just be smarter!
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