Assorted money tins 39p at Home Bargains
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Assorted money tins 39p at Home Bargains

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Found 3rd Jul 2013
Ideal for kids to save up for an extra special treat just 39p each

Gonna grab a few
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    Never mind kids, even us oldies could do with saving a few pennies & at this price WOW! Always been between 59p & 89p at my local Home Bargains so heat added!
    If you’re not careful he'll be after you

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    Edited by: "AR2012" 3rd Jul 2013
    Here’s a selection it seems they’re not uploading correctly.

    oddee.com/ite…spx


    Edited by: "AR2012" 3rd Jul 2013
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    AR2012

    Here’s a selection it seems they’re not uploading cor … Here’s a selection it seems they’re not uploading correctly.http://www.oddee.com/item_96709.aspx



    AWESOME
    do they come ready filled?
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    clarksuperman

    do they come ready filled?



    Yes with 100% British air
    AR2012

    Here’s a selection it seems they’re not uploading cor … Here’s a selection it seems they’re not uploading correctly.http://www.oddee.com/item_96709.aspx



    I think they would need to change the "fanny fart" model for the UK market
    these are a complete waste of money, They do NOT have a bung / Hole in the bottom, You have to open them with a Tin Opener
    Yes, thank you! Cheapest i could find was £2 on ebay, Been using them to save up for kids birthdays. Work a treat cause I can't get into them
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    smart mart

    these are a complete waste of money, They do NOT have a bung / Hole in … these are a complete waste of money, They do NOT have a bung / Hole in the bottom, You have to open them with a Tin Opener



    That helps the SAVING as you can't get to it

    WHAT A STUPID COMMENT
    smart mart

    these are a complete waste of money, They do NOT have a bung / Hole in … these are a complete waste of money, They do NOT have a bung / Hole in the bottom, You have to open them with a Tin Opener


    That is the idea, so you do not keep dipping in while you try and save.

    You can use an empty coffee jar or any other number of things otherwise.
    Edited by: "pughy2000" 3rd Jul 2013
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    pughy2000

    That is the ideas, so you do not keep dipping in while you try and … That is the ideas, so you do not keep dipping in while you try and save.You can use an empty coffee jar or any other number of things otherwise.



    Some people eh .....
    Save 39p and don't buy this. Can't see the point of this. I just use a jar to stick all my spare change in.

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    jazzzy786

    Save 39p and don't buy this. Can't see the point of this. I just use a … Save 39p and don't buy this. Can't see the point of this. I just use a jar to stick all my spare change in.



    But you can get into the jar

    So for people like me who save £1 and £2 coins this is great
    I bought this as my kids money box not realising that I had to use a tin opener to get into it. I thought the lid would come off and be reuseable. I'd not heard off a single use money box before.
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