Booths End of Season Sale. Ferrero Rocher 42 £4.00 & more! @ Booths
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Booths End of Season Sale. Ferrero Rocher 42 £4.00 & more! @ Booths

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Found 28th Dec 2013
Lots of stuff for sale in the Booths End of Season Sale. Could not see them all but there was a lot. I'll list what I bought and some stuff I saw. All found in the Windermere store. Some items are also eligible for the 10% reward for Card holders so they can be even cheaper!

Jaffa Cake Yard: £1.50
Galaxy Mistletoe Kisses: 50p
Mcvities Cake Bars 5pk (Multiple choice): 50p
Haribo Tub (24 packs): £2.50
Celebrations Tub: £3.00
Heroes Tub: £3.00
Maynards Trio Tub: £1.25
Sweet tubs from 50p-85p
Cadbury Fingers Assortment: £1.50
Ferrero Rocher 42 Tray: £4.00!!!
Maynards/Haribos Boxes: £2.00

I'll add more stuff the next time I go

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From the main page you have a picture of the ferrero rocher 42 tray and £1.50.
The title says 'jaffa cakes £1.50 & more'. Since the picture is of the fererro rochers I assumed they are £1.50 too, it's a bit misleading since the proper price is £4.
Please either change the picture to a yard of jaffa cakes, or the title/price to reflect the fererro rocher.





Edited by: "G0OSE" 28th Dec 2013

Ferrero Rocher Cakes ?

Original Poster

Just noticed that the 42pk at £4.00 is cheaper than the other stores!

yummy

Hot great find ... shame I aint heard of this retailer before:)

Never heard of Boothes!

Banned

stupid broothales.............
Edited by: "twister121" 28th Dec 2013

Reality

Never heard of Boothes!



They sell overpriced stuff in the far north of England.
We have one in the town I live in,only went once,won't be going again.
Not for those looking for deals.

I saw this and assumed it was "Boots" I was gonna clean house

Cumbrian Hammer

They sell overpriced stuff in the far north of England.We have one in the … They sell overpriced stuff in the far north of England.We have one in the town I live in,only went once,won't be going again.Not for those looking for deals.



They ACTUALLY sell lovely local and well sourced food that may not be the cheapest but isn't all overpriced! Tastes good and think you really get what you pay for

Probably true not for deal hunters usually though!
Edited by: "teachelly" 28th Dec 2013

We live in the North East and have a caravan in the Lakes, so great to visit Booths rather than the usual supermarkets. Classy shop with fantastic local produce, they support the community unlike most chains. They can be a bit pricey, but the quality is first class. Their café's are great as well and quite reasonable.

Cumbrian Hammer

They sell overpriced stuff in the far north of England.We have one in the … They sell overpriced stuff in the far north of England.We have one in the town I live in,only went once,won't be going again.Not for those looking for deals.


they have stores in Manchester and Knutsford, which is only far north if you are a typical Manchester Utd fan :p,

they compete on quality and price and have a branded goods price match, similar to the big supermarkets,

they prefer local produce with provenance, (when you buy lamb in some stores, they have a sign up saying which farmer produced the lamb on sale - horse meat disguised as beef anyone?)

they have supportive relationships with producers and claim to pay farmers 10-15% more for milk than the other supermarkets,

their profits dipped recently, partly because they paid £1.5m bonus to staff, around £500 each.

4 pints of milk in most supermarkets......£1
4 pints of milk in Booths at Keswick.......£1.50
Like I say,overpriced.shopped there once when we bought house in Keswick,now travel 18 miles at weekend to do food shop.

Boots?

Original Poster

Still plenty of stuff on sale, including large boxes of chocolates for just £5!

Booths might charge more for things but at least ou have a clue where the heck it's coming from, and the food actually tastes like food!!

I pay 52p a pint for my local milkman to deliver local milk to the doorstep so prob not best to preach on price - so the price of 4 pints of milk doesnt sway me im afraid BUT all I can say, is that from Booths at least I know what I am feeding my young family (my chief concern) is wherever possibly locally sourced and tastes good! TESCO, ASDA may be/are cheaper but their meat, to use just one example, just doesn't compare! IMO anyway and I have bought more than 4 pints of milk from Booths regularly for years! give them a try if you live in Lancs and Cumbria and like good food! Don't listen to someone who is only concerned about price.
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