Cadbury Heroes Limited Edition Tin 1Kg Tin £7.00  @ Tesco from Monday
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Cadbury Heroes Limited Edition Tin 1Kg Tin £7.00 @ Tesco from Monday

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Found 12th Nov 2017
Cadbury Heroes Limited Edition Tin 1Kg Tin £7.00 usually £8.00 ( inc 65p per tin donation to Help For Heroes) @ Tesco from Monday.


Cadbury Heroes Limited Edition one-kilogram tin, exclusive to Tesco with its special #DrummingUpSupport design, is the first time Cadbury has re-introduced a traditional tin since moving all of its assortments to tubs.

65p of each tin sold will be donated to Help for Heroes. The Cadbury Heroes Limited Edition tin is expected to raise over £100,000 for the Charity.
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    They need to get rid of the creme egg and add Crunchie instead!
    TK20132 m ago

    They need to get rid of the creme egg and add Crunchie instead!


    Where’s the dislike button?
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    Remember the the days of bigger tins I know not the same product but once upon a time you could only get these ones.
    Pwhite769 m ago

    Do you even understand what Help For Heroes is? I clearly doubt it judging …Do you even understand what Help For Heroes is? I clearly doubt it judging by your reply.


    Instead of being the first to start the hate, do your research instead of blindly following the heard. Do you understand the concept of chartable donations and the fact that many assume that their donations will go to HELP someone not line the pockets of individuals.... to the tune of £11.8m!!!

    Plus, H4H has been openly criticised for NOT helping heroes. Additionally, this charity shouldn't be needed, our government and tax money put these people in this position and the GOVERNMENT should pay to look after them when they return injured. We have charities for lifesaving helicopters, MRI scanners, baby units yada yada yada, the Govt must be laughing into their free vintage wine at how stupid we are!
    Edited by: "frakison" 12th Nov 2017
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    They need to get rid of the creme egg and add Crunchie instead!
    TK20132 m ago

    They need to get rid of the creme egg and add Crunchie instead!


    Where’s the dislike button?
    TK20134 m ago

    They need to get rid of the creme egg and add Crunchie instead!

    ​disagree as I like creme egg but dont like crunchie lol. I think they should add Bournville to them though
    Original Poster
    Em23041 m ago

    ​disagree as I like creme egg but dont like crunchie lol. I think they s …​disagree as I like creme egg but dont like crunchie lol. I think they should add Bournville to them though



    I like the Crème egg one also, crunchie are ok too
    Good price for the tin & donation. Actual contents can be purchased cheaper in pouches in Morrisons 2 for £5 for 450g.
    I like the fact that these are actually in an ln old fashioned Tin (like the large tins of quality street) not one of those horrible plastic containers or bags.
    Not worth the extra just for a tin. Cold
    Banned
    TK201341 m ago

    They need to get rid of the creme egg and add Crunchie instead!


    You need to really think about that comment.
    There's more in these than in the plastic tubs - 1kg cpmpared to 750gs I think (still more expensive/g but some may like the tin).
    Turret15 m ago

    Not worth the extra just for a tin. Cold


    It’s not extra, these are 1kg, the plastic ones are 660g so these are an extra 340g, going on £5 a tub for 660g, for £7.50 you’re only getting 990g
    Heat - just for the fact they are donating to HFH
    Edited by: "Pwhite76" 12th Nov 2017
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    Remember the the days of bigger tins I know not the same product but once upon a time you could only get these ones.
    Pwhite7619 m ago

    Heat - just for the fact they are donating to HFH


    Anything to help them afford their £multimillion wage bill I suppose
    frakison6 m ago

    Anything to help them afford their £multimillion wage bill I suppose

    Every little helps.
    Edited by: "Pwhite76" 12th Nov 2017
    Pwhite769 m ago

    Do you even understand what Help For Heroes is? I clearly doubt it judging …Do you even understand what Help For Heroes is? I clearly doubt it judging by your reply.


    Instead of being the first to start the hate, do your research instead of blindly following the heard. Do you understand the concept of chartable donations and the fact that many assume that their donations will go to HELP someone not line the pockets of individuals.... to the tune of £11.8m!!!

    Plus, H4H has been openly criticised for NOT helping heroes. Additionally, this charity shouldn't be needed, our government and tax money put these people in this position and the GOVERNMENT should pay to look after them when they return injured. We have charities for lifesaving helicopters, MRI scanners, baby units yada yada yada, the Govt must be laughing into their free vintage wine at how stupid we are!
    Edited by: "frakison" 12th Nov 2017
    frakison31 m ago

    Instead of being the first to start the hate, do your research instead of …Instead of being the first to start the hate, do your research instead of blindly following the heard. Do you understand the concept of chartable donations and the fact that many assume that their donations will go to HELP someone not line the pockets of individuals.... to the tune of £11.8m!!!Plus, H4H has been openly criticised for NOT helping heroes. Additionally, this charity shouldn't be needed, our government and tax money put these people in this position and the GOVERNMENT should pay to look after them when they return injured. We have charities for lifesaving helicopters, MRI scanners, baby units yada yada yada, the Govt must be laughing into their free vintage wine at how stupid we are!

    And I totally agree.
    Pwhite7628 m ago

    And I totally agree.



    Sorry, Pwhite, I responded to your original post which was significantly different to your amended one Just to be clear I 100% support our troops (and other emergency services who often get forgotten), but I don't think that charity is the best way to do that
    frakison11 m ago

    Sorry, Pwhite, I responded to your original post which was significantly …Sorry, Pwhite, I responded to your original post which was significantly different to your amended one Just to be clear I 100% support our troops (and other emergency services who often get forgotten), but I don't think that charity is the best way to do that

    No problem, I should have read your reply a little better the first time! I jumped to conclusions
    This Government to Help the Heroes..... sadly there is only one Tory hero......Austerity.... hero of privatization
    They should ditch those annoying mini Eclairs and give us more of the good ones
    Em23044 h, 36 m ago

    ​disagree as I like creme egg but dont like crunchie lol. I think they s …​disagree as I like creme egg but dont like crunchie lol. I think they should add Bournville to them though


    I like Bourville so I'd vote for that. Nobody eats the creme egg when it's not in egg form because the 'chocolate to filling' ratio is all wrong
    Pretronaas4 h, 2 m ago

    You need to really think about that comment.


    I did Crunchie is a more popular product so ergo it should be part of this collection. Fact.
    TK201343 m ago

    I like Bourville so I'd vote for that. Nobody eats the creme egg when it's …I like Bourville so I'd vote for that. Nobody eats the creme egg when it's not in egg form because the 'chocolate to filling' ratio is all wrong


    Anyone who openly admits to liking BOURNVILLE needs to be immediately sectioned..... the fact that you then suggest that they drop the Creme Egg??? A public flogging is not enough!!!!!!
    frakison22 m ago

    Anyone who openly admits to liking BOURNVILLE needs to be immediately …Anyone who openly admits to liking BOURNVILLE needs to be immediately sectioned..... the fact that you then suggest that they drop the Creme Egg??? A public flogging is not enough!!!!!!


    I like creme egg but not the sweet version in Heroes. Flog me with Crunchies and Bourvilles!!! Yummers
    I thought these were available last week, asked in 3 different stores and got blank looks from the staff

    will have a look tomorrow
    TK201319 m ago

    I like creme egg but not the sweet version in Heroes. Flog me with …I like creme egg but not the sweet version in Heroes. Flog me with Crunchies and Bourvilles!!! Yummers


    Don't be too hasty, I imagine the Crunchie would chaff a bit
    Everyone is wrong, they need to add a mini version of the star bar.
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    Edited by: "winchman" 12th Nov 2017
    Cheaper to buy 2 X 500g pouches @ Morrisons for £5.
    TK201311 h, 2 m ago

    They need to get rid of the creme egg and add Crunchie instead!


    I remember when I first discovered Crunchie. I became instantly addicted and ate few of them everyday for a week. Good stuff.
    surely curlywurly is the missing link
    Crunchie, Dairy Milk, Starbar, Curlywurly, Twirl, Wispa, Timeout, caramel, picnic and Boost.

    Definitely no Oreo rubbish in it.
    Edited by: "winchman" 13th Nov 2017
    winchman1 h, 28 m ago

    Crunchie, Dairy Milk, Starbar, Curlywurly, Twirl, Wispa, Timeout, caramel, …Crunchie, Dairy Milk, Starbar, Curlywurly, Twirl, Wispa, Timeout, caramel, picnic and Boost.Definitely no Oreo rubbish in it.


    Was completely with you until you mentioned Time Out. They definitely do not count as a chocolate treat.
    winchman17 h, 43 m ago

    Everyone is wrong, they need to add a mini version of the star bar.[Image]


    I remember having them, but I cant remember what was in them?!?
    EXZAMS9 h, 11 m ago

    surely curlywurly is the missing link



    I hear you brother, just not sure how they would work in a small form, too easy to turn into a standard choc covered caramel?
    holeymoley182 h, 47 m ago

    Was completely with you until you mentioned Time Out. They definitely do …Was completely with you until you mentioned Time Out. They definitely do not count as a chocolate treat.


    To be honest I had my doubts on that one too.. just thought that it needed a wafer type.. other options were flake and double decker.
    frakison1 h, 21 m ago

    I remember having them, but I cant remember what was in them?!?



    One of the best, caramel and nuts, cadbury has never as far as I know done them in multipacks sadly, maybe one of the more expensive bars to produce, so perhaps thats why.
    winchman4 h, 2 m ago

    One of the best, caramel and nuts, cadbury has never as far as I know done …One of the best, caramel and nuts, cadbury has never as far as I know done them in multipacks sadly, maybe one of the more expensive bars to produce, so perhaps thats why.


    I'll have to keep my eye open for them
    tried another couple of stores today on my travels, hoping to pick up a few for people I know who are ex military

    again no sign of them and no staff members knew what the hell I was talking about when I asked about them
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