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Cadbury Milk Tray 200g £1.99 at B&M
Cadbury Milk Tray 200g £1.99 at B&M

Cadbury Milk Tray 200g £1.99 at B&M

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Cadbury Milk Tray 200g for just £1.99 from B&M!
Lowest price found, Asda £2.50, Tesco £4, Iceland £3.
Yum! Good stocking filler

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good find op, heat added

95 gms at poundland if it helps anyone.

Great present for teachers!

Good price or two for £3 at farmfoods

hope my students are seeing this.

yes 2 for £3 in farmfoods.started last week

If you don't have a B&M nearby, they've got the same offer (£1.99) at Home Bargains too

Good find. Heat added

If anyone hasn't tried these since Kraft took over, then beware because they're disgusting! £1.99 is an awful lot to pay if a product ends up taking space in the bin like the box I bought did.
Since Kraft changed the product they're nearly all caramels, and the chocolate is the cheap plastic looking shiny type.
To make it worse Kraft are one of the US companies not paying UK tax.

You really need to check the weight of any Cadburys product before purchase, the ballpark of Nestle, Cadburys, Mars is 100g for £1. So if you get >150g for £1 you're doing well, <100g for £1 you're not.

They are all trying as many devious marketing tricks in cahoots with the Supermarkets to up this, reduction in individual bar sizes, reduction in pack sizes.
Custom Pack sizes to be sold specifically for shops such as Poundland / 99p Stores.
Then add in the replacement of the expensive ingredients such as Cocoa Butter with (cheap) Vegetable Fats and sugar.

Prices might have stayed around a £1, but its not the same product, take Giant Buttons 2012 175g for £1, now 119g for £1.
Edited by: "tightar5e" 11th Dec 2014

I'd like to see a remake of the 1970's ad, where 'The Lady who loves Milk Tray', grabs the man in the Black jumpsuit, and says, 'What the hell have you done to my chocolates!'

Thoughtful

If anyone hasn't tried these since Kraft took over, then beware because … If anyone hasn't tried these since Kraft took over, then beware because they're disgusting! £1.99 is an awful lot to pay if a product ends up taking space in the bin like the box I bought did.Since Kraft changed the product they're nearly all caramels, and the chocolate is the cheap plastic looking shiny type.To make it worse Kraft are one of the US companies not paying UK tax.



Agreed.Was a time when these were a luxury in our house,but now they have got to be the worst chocolates i have tasted,along with all gold which is another Kraft product
Edited by: "themachman" 11th Dec 2014

also 1.99 at all McColls stores
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