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Cadbury Double Decker Chocolate Bar 160g (4x40g Bars) - £1.59 (+£4.49 Non-Prime) @ Amazon
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Cadbury Double Decker Chocolate Bar 160g (4x40g Bars) - £1.59 (+£4.49 Non-Prime) @ Amazon

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Posted 5th May

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4x 40g Double Decker bars delivered for £1.59 with Prime. Just under 40p per bar.
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Nahh.
Often a quid for this pack in the supermarkets.
They'll be the size of fun size bar's soon. Had some in the fridge two bars equal what they use to be
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Nahh.
Often a quid for this pack in the supermarkets.
They'll be the size of fun size bar's soon. Had some in the fridge two bars equal what they use to be
Can get these at my local store for £1
Lmao at the none prime price making it a absolute rip off cold.
These are sold in Poundland too.... I think they might be £1
89p in Lidl
40g
these are really a pack of 2 as the size is shocking. i stopped buying them ages ago which is a shame as it was one of my most favourite chocolate bars
Santa_Claus05/05/2020 23:10

These are sold in Poundland too.... I think they might be £1


Well done for working that one out..
Ok for those who can't get to shops and supermarkets I guess
overpriced from the shop that you have to pay to shop at (if you dont want to overpay for delivery) and the shop that could do with paying their fair share of tax. No thanks
duncanb197306/05/2020 04:09

overpriced from the shop that you have to pay to shop at (if you dont want …overpriced from the shop that you have to pay to shop at (if you dont want to overpay for delivery) and the shop that could do with paying their fair share of tax. No thanks



Not to mention how they treat their staff like robots too.
They have reduced to £1 and free delivery
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