Cadbury Dairy Milk Chocolate Bar 1kg! free delivery to store! £5.98 @ Wilkinson Quidco cashback too!
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Cadbury Dairy Milk Chocolate Bar 1kg! free delivery to store! £5.98 @ Wilkinson Quidco cashback too!

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Found 3rd Dec 2011
HI there

I have been looking for ones of these for a while now as a Christmas present but ever where they seem to be £10 plus, i though this was quite a good deal, nearly half price. I know it not as good as other deals posted previously on the 1kg bar but though it was a reasonable price.

Can collect in store for free and 5% quidco cashback!

if link does not work here is the address:

wilkinsonplus.com/chr…059

SYP6K 6% Promotional Code which has just appeared in vouchers
- deb8z

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Ahh! just bought one for £7.50.

That's just about £1.20 per 200g.An ok deal but not that hot imo.
Would have expected it to be £5 or less for a hot deal due to it's size.
Edited by: "stamfordblue" 3rd Dec 2011

Looks to me that you got a keyboard in that box

Free laptop!

Bargain.

59.8p per 100gm .... Asda selling 230gm bars at 57p per 100gm or 54.4p if you buy 2
groceries.asda.com/asd…997

sainsbury and tesco are likely to be very similar
Edited by: "raykoko" 3rd Dec 2011

Original Poster

i know its cheaper to buy individual bars but its the fact its in one piece, has more wow factor that buying say 10 individual 100g bars =D

raykoko

59.8p per 100gm .... Asda selling 230gm bars at 57p per 100gm or 54.4p … 59.8p per 100gm .... Asda selling 230gm bars at 57p per 100gm or 54.4p if you buy 2http://groceries.asda.com/asda-estore/search/searchcontainer.jsp?trailSize=1&searchString=dairy+milk&domainName=Products&headerVersion=v1&_requestid=74997sainsbury and tesco are likely to be very similar



While I see what you're saying (The smaller bars are better value) it's akin to saying that it's cheaper to build your own PC versus buying a pre-built system.

While it's true, you don't want the hassle and you want something that looks nice and impressive.

Buying a load of small bars is the equivalent of giving someone a a box of bits rather than a pre-built system.

LOL re "box of bits" comparison.

problem is id bloody eat it all.

When did Cadbury's start making netbooks then?
Hmm, this would last my OH a few hours!.It doesn't seem that long ago, we used to pay around £1 for a 200g bar, now you pay that for a smaller 100-120g bar! so on that basis it's good deal, especially for the novelty of giving chocoholic 1KG of chocolate, it's almost obscene!

Before & after eating....
http://us.123rf.com/400wm/400/400/bowie15/bowie151010/bowie15101000014/7955596-fat-woman-standing-in-front-of-her-thinner-clone.jpg
Enjoy, heat added!

£5.99 in Superdrug

It's £5 in Cadbury's World...OH used to love it when I lived round the corner for uni

Calldean

While I see what you're saying (The smaller bars are better value) it's … While I see what you're saying (The smaller bars are better value) it's akin to saying that it's cheaper to build your own PC versus buying a pre-built system.



Terrible comparison, there are those of us that much prefer building our own PC rather than being stuck with a load of generic bits and a motherboard we didn't want.

Original Poster

jemmarocks

It's £5 in Cadbury's World...OH used to love it when I lived round the … It's £5 in Cadbury's World...OH used to love it when I lived round the corner for uni



haha thats good value, in their online shop there £8.50

cadburygiftsdirect.co.uk/pro…spx

One bar, 5200calories,nice.

Banned

Before Cadburys was gobbled up by the Greater Chosen Few from across the pond, a good deal on the 230gm bar was £1.00 which made it 43p per 100gm or £4.30 per kg. Of course “inflation” does takes it toll but not at typically double the price, shorely, £5.98 being a 39% mark-up on £4.30 but someone gottas pay for the acquisition commission. To ease the pain of mindless consumption and not so much the price, the favourite weapon of The Chosen Ones is then deployed, Multiplicity of Choices - the same schmuck dressed in various ways to offer the illusion of quality if not quantity too. And aren’t they so successful, success for the stupid being the dumbing-down of the gullible. Next, it will GM cocoa, GM being the fav of Tojo Inc. whereby perfection through similarity means that anything is “Go, Ah Sorr”, so long as they are blemished-free and look exactly the same on the outside, square shaped water melons and mass production being fine examples of such a fetish - in addition to “school girls”, of course.

gunsNbutter

Before Cadburys was gobbled up by the Greater Chosen Few from across the … Before Cadburys was gobbled up by the Greater Chosen Few from across the pond, a good deal on the 230gm bar was £1.00 which made it 43p per 100gm or £4.30 per kg. Of course “inflation” does takes it toll but not at typically double the price, shorely, £5.98 being a 39% mark-up on £4.30 but someone gottas pay for the acquisition commission. To ease the pain of mindless consumption and not so much the price, the favourite weapon of The Chosen Ones is then deployed, Multiplicity of Choices - the same schmuck dressed in various ways to offer the illusion of quality if not quantity too. And aren’t they so successful, success for the stupid being the dumbing-down of the gullible. Next, it will GM cocoa, GM being the fav of Tojo Inc. whereby perfection through similarity means that anything is “Go, Ah Sorr”, so long as they are blemished-free and look exactly the same on the outside, square shaped water melons and mass production being fine examples of such a fetish - in addition to “school girls”, of course.



I love your posts. lol

cicobuff

Terrible comparison, there are those of us that much prefer building our … Terrible comparison, there are those of us that much prefer building our own PC rather than being stuck with a load of generic bits and a motherboard we didn't want.


Yeah, the analogy only works if it was a case of someone prebuilding a PC for you out of parts that you actually wanted. Otherwise it's like saying 'Buying lots of Cadbury's bars works out cheaper than buying one, large slab of supermarket's own brand chocolate'.
But more importantly - who's going to bother sticking all the smaller bars together before eating? oO

Tesco have the 230g bars for £1.31 at the moment which works out under £5.70! per kg. but I suppose there is the novelty of the kilo bar.

It's hastle opening 10 bars. If you want to get fat then do it propetly

Heat lol

The analogies are bloody stupid , get a grip , rip off prices as usual.

The price has gone up simply because fat monkeys will pay it.

i got 2 from superdrug about 2weeks ago for £4.99 each but not sure if the offers ended or not now... worth checking tho

Chocolicious and environmentally friendly - no wasted wrappings

fat monkeys! lol

purple death

gunsNbutter

Before Cadburys was gobbled up by the Greater Chosen Few from across the … Before Cadburys was gobbled up by the Greater Chosen Few from across the pond, a good deal on the 230gm bar was £1.00 which made it 43p per 100gm or £4.30 per kg. Of course “inflation” does takes it toll but not at typically double the price, shorely, £5.98 being a 39% mark-up on £4.30 but someone gottas pay for the acquisition commission. To ease the pain of mindless consumption and not so much the price, the favourite weapon of The Chosen Ones is then deployed, Multiplicity of Choices - the same schmuck dressed in various ways to offer the illusion of quality if not quantity too. And aren’t they so successful, success for the stupid being the dumbing-down of the gullible. Next, it will GM cocoa, GM being the fav of Tojo Inc. whereby perfection through similarity means that anything is “Go, Ah Sorr”, so long as they are blemished-free and look exactly the same on the outside, square shaped water melons and mass production being fine examples of such a fetish - in addition to “school girls”, of course.



The price of Dairy Milk was steadily rising well before Kraft took over. And general inflation measures are a ridiculous thing to factor in - you need to factor in things like inflation on the price of milk, sugar and cocoa. How does a drop in the price of apples (random example - anything that falls in price means overall inflation is reduced) make Dairy Milk cheaper to produce?

And so what if they want to use GM cocoa (though I personally don't see them getting much benefit from it). There is an enormous misinformation campaign about GM. The word itself sounds scary, but in reality it's not very different to normal products. The genes are modified from generation to generation in all living things completely naturally.

I once bought a 10Kg bar from cadbury world 5 or so years ago, it came with caution labels and everything Best £50 I ever blew.

When i see this deal, all i can think about is chocolate rain :).

youtube.com/wat…wpA

Now showing back soon anyway

£5 in Debenhams ...if you can find stock ...out of stock online :

debenhams.com/web…_-1

Now you can have it delivered to your house with the free postage offer!

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