Cadbury Chocolate Pouches 90p @ Tesco - inc Oreo Bites, Twirl Bites, Caramel Nibbles, Dairy Milk Buttons, Crunchie Rocks, Bitsa Wispa
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Cadbury Chocolate Pouches 90p @ Tesco - inc Oreo Bites, Twirl Bites, Caramel Nibbles, Dairy Milk Buttons, Crunchie Rocks, Bitsa Wispa

£0.90£1.2025%Tesco Deals
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Found 15th May
Quite a few Cadbury's pouches have now joined @matwalaboyBourneville Buttons at 90p to celebrate their 100th Birthday, since I celebrated mine recently (not 100 though bidy feels like it), I shall be picking a few of these up to join in

Get Deal goes to all in the offer which includes Oreo Bites, Twirl Bites, Caramel Nibbles, Dairy Milk Buttons, Crunchie Rocks, Bitsa Wispa as well as others

Should be instore as well as online


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Nice one - just need to be in a mood to share when picking em up Thanks also for the mention by the way.
It should also be mentioned that many would have seen them here first... hotukdeals.com/dea…719
I don't understand... My post about coke was deleted because was posted already and this goes to highlights?
37655221-LCSnS.jpgOr get 200g for a quid :/
This video seems fitting for this deal
sach715/05/2019 22:46

Yeah, but it tastes rubbish


In your opinion
Wirralbargains7715/05/2019 21:37

[Image] Or get 200g for a quid :/


That's a massive rip-off mate you been robbed, Asda and Tesco and also other supermarkets sell there's for 30p per 100g.
Has anyone else noticed the branding to market these as "share" bags seems not applicable anymore...
bd1981bd16/05/2019 00:36

Has anyone else noticed the branding to market these as "share" bags seems …Has anyone else noticed the branding to market these as "share" bags seems not applicable anymore...


Barely enough for one let alone sharing!
At the rate these bags are shrinking there has to be a point at which they cannot shrink anymore. Wonder what they'll do at that point.
Its the 'guess the weight this week' competition...

Its got to the point where they need to be told what weight products need to be as they feel its ok to fleece customers with their constant changes in weight, no wonder this company is going downhill, Mr Cadbury will be turning in his grave to know what they have become...
itchyone16/05/2019 10:12

At the rate these bags are shrinking there has to be a point at which they …At the rate these bags are shrinking there has to be a point at which they cannot shrink anymore. Wonder what they'll do at that point.


Back to just buying the normal bars again at the same price but a fifht of the size!
bd1981bd16/05/2019 00:36

Has anyone else noticed the branding to market these as "share" bags seems …Has anyone else noticed the branding to market these as "share" bags seems not applicable anymore...


These aren't the share bags though - they're the "always £1" bags. But 90p is a deal.
PS1. Cadbury chocolate is pretty grim these days.
PS2. The world ends when these "always £1" bags go under 100g
Edited by: "Musicrab" 16th May
Musicrab16/05/2019 11:23

These aren't the share bags though - they're the "always £1" bags. But 90p …These aren't the share bags though - they're the "always £1" bags. But 90p is a deal.PS1. Cadbury chocolate is pretty grim these days.PS2. The world ends when these "always £1" bags go under 100g


In B&M for £1, you can get a pack of Cadbury 5star bars, 48.5g each, 242.5g in total, and these are 90g, that's quite a difference...cadbury.co.za/pro…tar

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Edited by: "winchman" 16th May
In addition to everything else it's not proper chocolate anyway because some of very un-chocolate like ingredients that are also very cheap
Maltesers are the worst culprits for shrinkage...I've seen 93g bags for the general quid
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