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Fancy dress costumes from £3 (Free Click & Collect) @ George ASDA
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Fancy dress costumes from £3 (Free Click & Collect) @ George ASDA

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Posted 27th Oct
A fair few costumes still available at reduced price from Asda online. Werewolf costume available in all sizes ranging from 1 to 4 years.
Frankenstein costume available in sizes ranging from 5 years to 10 years still in stock £4

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Glow in the dark skeleton costume available in sizes ranging from 7 to 10 year old £5

direct.asda.com/geo…C12

Lots more in various sizes available
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Is a prime minister costume available? sorry I meant clown costume; so easy to get those two mixed up.
myusernamehasgone23427/10/2019 11:41

of all the deal I wonder why you’ve chosen this one to leave t … of all the deal I wonder why you’ve chosen this one to leave that remark?


It was on my feed. This sort of cheap single-use throwaway tat is exactly the sort of thing we should move away from if we (collectively) want to become more sustainable and less polluting. It's disappointing that supermarkets claim to be cutting back on single use plastic whilst still promoting junk like this.
Not a bad deal. Im holding out for the tu half price then 25percent off 😬 hoping to get next years prepared ha. Thanksc
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Tomorrow's landfill. Bah.
NickBest27/10/2019 11:32

Tomorrow's landfill. Bah.


of all the deal I wonder why you’ve chosen this one to leave that remark?
Not a bad deal. Im holding out for the tu half price then 25percent off 😬 hoping to get next years prepared ha. Thanksc
I got some brilliant bargains from Sainsbury’s last year. Also hoping to do the same this year 🏻
Is a prime minister costume available? sorry I meant clown costume; so easy to get those two mixed up.
myusernamehasgone23427/10/2019 11:41

of all the deal I wonder why you’ve chosen this one to leave t … of all the deal I wonder why you’ve chosen this one to leave that remark?


It was on my feed. This sort of cheap single-use throwaway tat is exactly the sort of thing we should move away from if we (collectively) want to become more sustainable and less polluting. It's disappointing that supermarkets claim to be cutting back on single use plastic whilst still promoting junk like this.
NickBest27/10/2019 12:41

It was on my feed. This sort of cheap single-use throwaway tat is exactly …It was on my feed. This sort of cheap single-use throwaway tat is exactly the sort of thing we should move away from if we (collectively) want to become more sustainable and less polluting. It's disappointing that supermarkets claim to be cutting back on single use plastic whilst still promoting junk like this.


Oh it’s just these deals pop up all the time so wondered if you left it on them all.

I’ve always sold on my kids Halloween costume and put the money towards next years. The same decorations come out each year too probably with a few new additions picked up the sales.

I don’t see Halloween costumes as any worse than all of the other plastic tat kids have these days.

Unfortunately it’s going to be a big ask to get folks away from this throw away culture we have these days.
NickBest27/10/2019 12:41

It was on my feed. This sort of cheap single-use throwaway tat is exactly …It was on my feed. This sort of cheap single-use throwaway tat is exactly the sort of thing we should move away from if we (collectively) want to become more sustainable and less polluting. It's disappointing that supermarkets claim to be cutting back on single use plastic whilst still promoting junk like this.


Although to be fair, these are items of clothing and little ones go to lots of parties, so they aren’t single use really. Plus children grow out of their clothes in minutes anyway, so they often get donated to other members of the family, charity shops or reused for the next little ones.
I really don’t think children’s fancy dress outfits are a major or even minor concern in saving the planet...
myusernamehasgone23427/10/2019 12:47

Oh it’s just these deals pop up all the time so wondered if you left it on …Oh it’s just these deals pop up all the time so wondered if you left it on them all.I’ve always sold on my kids Halloween costume and put the money towards next years. The same decorations come out each year too probably with a few new additions picked up the sales.I don’t see Halloween costumes as any worse than all of the other plastic tat kids have these days.Unfortunately it’s going to be a big ask to get folks away from this throw away culture we have these days.


And it’s not just these type of events/costumes. It’s everything to be honest. Clothing, shoes- more and more these are designed to be worn and thrown away. Odd to restrict the comment to children’s dress up.
Thanks
The one in the photo is still £12
Only Halloween ones reduced 😪
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Heat added, handy for next year, thank you
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