Unfortunately, this deal is no longer valid
Cadbury’s heroes, roses, Quality Street & celebrations 2 for £7 @ Tesco
1553° Expired

Cadbury’s heroes, roses, Quality Street & celebrations 2 for £7 @ Tesco

46
Posted 29th Oct

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Cadbury’s heroes, roses, Quality Street & celebrates 2 for £7 @ Tesco
Community Updates
  • Now with the new Chocolate Caramel Brownie!
  • "What's your favourite Quality Street®? With a variety of iconic sweets to choose from, you're sure to bring home everyone's favourites. Every carton of Quality Street® contains a mixture of our famous individually wrapped chocolates, toffees, and Fruit Cremés for everyone to enjoy.
  • The rustle of sweets, the unmistakable scent of the newly-opened box, and the gleam of each bright, multicoloured wrapper is all part of the joy of Quality Street®.
  • When you bring home a tub of our famous individually wrapped chocolates, nobody will be able to wait to dig through and find their favourite. Whether you're enjoying these iconic Christmas sweets on the special day or just spending time together as a family, create moments that you can treasure forever with Quality Street®.
  • Our iconic selection of sweets has been bringing people together since 1936. John Macintosh, the owner of a successful confectionery business in Norwich, sold a deliciously chewy new toffee invented by his wife. When his son inherited the business, he soon created a range of sweets in beautiful wrappers that everyone could enjoy - and Quality Street® was born. Our sweets have been made in Halifax in Yorkshire since 1936, but they are enjoyed all over the world by lovers of delicious chocolate.
  • You'll know it's Christmas when you see the iconic purple carton for the first time. From The Purple One to Green Triangle, Strawberry Delight to Chocolate Toffee Finger, there's something that everyone in the family can't wait to get their hands on. Open the carton, dig through the sparkling sweets, and discover festive moments that you'll remember forever. "

Groups

Top comments
Heat for the deal , but why don’t they go back to making big tubs with lots in that lasted the whole of Christmas 🎄?
daz4029/10/2019 08:22

Heat for the deal , but why don’t they go back to making big tubs with l …Heat for the deal , but why don’t they go back to making big tubs with lots in that lasted the whole of Christmas 🎄?


My dad has an old metal tin of roseswhen you compare how big they used to be it’s crazy
daz4029/10/2019 08:22

Heat for the deal , but why don’t they go back to making big tubs with l …Heat for the deal , but why don’t they go back to making big tubs with lots in that lasted the whole of Christmas 🎄?


In the 80s they had 5lb (2.26kg) tubs that cost £8.95. That would be about £25 in today's money. Who would pay that for a tin?
38827668-gD5cP.jpg
doodygirl29/10/2019 08:24

My dad has an old metal tin of roseswhen you compare how big they used to …My dad has an old metal tin of roseswhen you compare how big they used to be it’s crazy


When you compare the cost of raw cocoa from now to then, that is also crazy
46 Comments
Heat for the deal , but why don’t they go back to making big tubs with lots in that lasted the whole of Christmas 🎄?
daz4029/10/2019 08:22

Heat for the deal , but why don’t they go back to making big tubs with l …Heat for the deal , but why don’t they go back to making big tubs with lots in that lasted the whole of Christmas 🎄?


My dad has an old metal tin of roseswhen you compare how big they used to be it’s crazy
doodygirl29/10/2019 08:24

My dad has an old metal tin of roseswhen you compare how big they used to …My dad has an old metal tin of roseswhen you compare how big they used to be it’s crazy


When you compare the cost of raw cocoa from now to then, that is also crazy
doodygirl29/10/2019 08:24

My dad has an old metal tin of roseswhen you compare how big they used to …My dad has an old metal tin of roseswhen you compare how big they used to be it’s crazy


Yes I can imagine, I bet it would take at least 3 plastic tubs to fill it
daz4029/10/2019 08:22

Heat for the deal , but why don’t they go back to making big tubs with l …Heat for the deal , but why don’t they go back to making big tubs with lots in that lasted the whole of Christmas 🎄?


Cos they'd be a lot more expensive, having said which I pay more for a double sized tub
daz4029/10/2019 08:22

Heat for the deal , but why don’t they go back to making big tubs with l …Heat for the deal , but why don’t they go back to making big tubs with lots in that lasted the whole of Christmas 🎄?


In the 80s they had 5lb (2.26kg) tubs that cost £8.95. That would be about £25 in today's money. Who would pay that for a tin?
38827668-gD5cP.jpg
Can’t believe people still buy these considering how awful they taste.

I think you’re better off buying less of something that tastes of chocolate and enjoying it, than buying a big tub of rubbish to throw down your throat.
pb-live29/10/2019 08:30

In the 80s they had 5lb (2.26kg) tubs that cost £8.95. That would be …In the 80s they had 5lb (2.26kg) tubs that cost £8.95. That would be about £25 in today's money. Who would pay that for a tin?[Image]


All depends on how big your family is and how many guests you have over the Christmas period ?
daz4029/10/2019 08:39

All depends on how big your family is and how many guests you have over …All depends on how big your family is and how many guests you have over the Christmas period ?


True, though they still do the £7 larger tins anyway. But I have a feeling they wouldn't want to chance a £25 one.
daz4029/10/2019 08:22

Heat for the deal , but why don’t they go back to making big tubs with l …Heat for the deal , but why don’t they go back to making big tubs with lots in that lasted the whole of Christmas 🎄?


They have made them the sizes they are now so they don't last until Christmas
Edited by: "TH71" 29th Oct
Groovii.D29/10/2019 08:36

Can’t believe people still buy these considering how awful they taste.I t …Can’t believe people still buy these considering how awful they taste.I think you’re better off buying less of something that tastes of chocolate and enjoying it, than buying a big tub of rubbish to throw down your throat.


can't believe people still think that something that tastes awful for them tastes awful for everyone else...
Edited by: "BeefyMcWhatNow" 29th Oct
pb-live29/10/2019 08:30

In the 80s they had 5lb (2.26kg) tubs that cost £8.95. That would be …In the 80s they had 5lb (2.26kg) tubs that cost £8.95. That would be about £25 in today's money. Who would pay that for a tin?[Image]


You beat me to that one. My mother said they cost about a tenner back in the day which was a lot of money. So in reality, today’s prices are reasonable.

I was in B&M the other day and they do the big tins for £8. I can’t recall the weight exactly , but they were about double the plastic tubs
For just one day...
sashablue29/10/2019 10:16

For just one day...


Starts tomorrow and runs until 5th November, no?
CeeBee29/10/2019 10:38

Starts tomorrow and runs until 5th November, no?


I was referencing David Bowie
eslick29/10/2019 08:45

Depends which deal you …Depends which deal you believehttps://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/cadburys-heroes-roses-celebrations-quality-street-tubs-350-at-tesco-1st-19th-nov-3315027


Yep, this deal was posted last week and reached nearly 3000%!
daz4029/10/2019 08:22

Heat for the deal , but why don’t they go back to making big tubs with l …Heat for the deal , but why don’t they go back to making big tubs with lots in that lasted the whole of Christmas 🎄?


They have got larger tins in. Asda has 1kg for £7. We've just got to wait for them to go on special offer,
Edited by: "ramraideruk" 29th Oct
daz4029/10/2019 08:22

Heat for the deal , but why don’t they go back to making big tubs with l …Heat for the deal , but why don’t they go back to making big tubs with lots in that lasted the whole of Christmas 🎄?


They still do, but at a premium, although your buying more volume the cost is greater per kilo.
Do people still buy these? Quality street only have 1 decent chocolate in the whole range
pb-live29/10/2019 08:30

In the 80s they had 5lb (2.26kg) tubs that cost £8.95. That would be …In the 80s they had 5lb (2.26kg) tubs that cost £8.95. That would be about £25 in today's money. Who would pay that for a tin?[Image]


Buying the Tesco offer works out at £12.17 for 5lbs (2.26kg)
pb-live29/10/2019 08:30

In the 80s they had 5lb (2.26kg) tubs that cost £8.95. That would be …In the 80s they had 5lb (2.26kg) tubs that cost £8.95. That would be about £25 in today's money. Who would pay that for a tin?[Image]


What are you doing with your mams copy of Woman's Weekly?
TopTrump29/10/2019 14:34

What are you doing with your mams copy of Woman's Weekly?


Hah, old Woolies catalogues may have that similar nostalgia factor.
pb-live29/10/2019 14:50

Hah, old Woolies catalogues may have that similar nostalgia factor.


Woolies. Ahhhhh!
Vinyl singles or the cassette aisle?

How I miss them days of going into Our Price asking to listen to a track.
Everything was so much more social back then. Then after going to OurPrice, you'd go to Spud-U-Like to eat or Olivers for a fancy coffee with your mum or gran.
"What's this called? Crappucino! What's that then? I don't want any of that foreign muck!"

Oliver's and their earthenware mugs. The starting point of Starbucks international domination.
As always, UK got there first.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 29th Oct
Groovii.D29/10/2019 08:36

Can’t believe people still buy these considering how awful they taste.I t …Can’t believe people still buy these considering how awful they taste.I think you’re better off buying less of something that tastes of chocolate and enjoying it, than buying a big tub of rubbish to throw down your throat.


That's why John Lewis and his partner invented this: johnlewis.com/our…ers


Anybody know the size/weight of the tins they list?
  • Personalised tin and your favourite flavours: £15
  • Collector’s edition tin and your favourite flavours: £12
  • Re-use your personalised tin from last year and choose your favourite flavours: £10
  • Standard filled tin: £7.50
Edited by: "TopTrump" 29th Oct
TopTrump29/10/2019 15:06

That's why John Lewis and his partner invented this: …That's why John Lewis and his partner invented this: https://www.johnlewis.com/our-services/how-to-customise-quality-street-at-john-lewis-and-partnersAnybody know the size/weight of the tins they list?Personalised tin and your favourite flavours: £15Collector’s edition tin and your favourite flavours: £12Re-use your personalised tin from last year and choose your favourite flavours: £10Standard filled tin: £7.50


Still haven't expanded to other stores for this year. Sad. Exeter could do with one.
pb-live29/10/2019 15:11

Still haven't expanded to other stores for this year. Sad. Exeter could …Still haven't expanded to other stores for this year. Sad. Exeter could do with one.


Oh well, Hotel Chocolat it is then!
This isn't on offer in tesco Chesterfield yet...
CeeBee29/10/2019 18:20

It starts tomorrow


Dough! Called on the way home all excited 😁
daz4029/10/2019 08:22

Heat for the deal , but why don’t they go back to making big tubs with l …Heat for the deal , but why don’t they go back to making big tubs with lots in that lasted the whole of Christmas 🎄?


Because if they did that everyone would complain at the price. Costs rise but consumer response to price increases is very negative. Hence taking weight out to keep cost price of the tub the same.

There are bucket loads of case studies of brands that have increased their price by 25p and seen 70-80% sales declines
danharrison2329/10/2019 19:29

Because if they did that everyone would complain at the price. Costs rise …Because if they did that everyone would complain at the price. Costs rise but consumer response to price increases is very negative. Hence taking weight out to keep cost price of the tub the same.There are bucket loads of case studies of brands that have increased their price by 25p and seen 70-80% sales declines


Double the weight double the price
Don’t be fooled by thinking you are getting a bargain, £7 is a lot of money to how many chocolates you get in the tin, I was appalled to see how many chocolates was in the tin I opened a few weeks ago, save your money and buy a large bar of galaxy chocolate.
The £7 bigger single tubs weigh less than 2 for£7 smaller tubs.1kg large...640g small.
Groovii.D29/10/2019 08:36

Can’t believe people still buy these considering how awful they taste.I t …Can’t believe people still buy these considering how awful they taste.I think you’re better off buying less of something that tastes of chocolate and enjoying it, than buying a big tub of rubbish to throw down your throat.


Why are you here on this site just to publish your stupid remarks, go find a site you do agree with and we'll come and rubbish that.
daz4029/10/2019 08:22

Heat for the deal , but why don’t they go back to making big tubs with l …Heat for the deal , but why don’t they go back to making big tubs with lots in that lasted the whole of Christmas 🎄?


They have started doing them again... I saw in asda today the £4 plastic tubs and in the same shelf the metal tins that are about double the size... and price!
m4rky201129/10/2019 22:49

They have started doing them again... I saw in asda today the £4 plastic …They have started doing them again... I saw in asda today the £4 plastic tubs and in the same shelf the metal tins that are about double the size... and price!


Fantastic 💯💯💯💯
soldierboy00129/10/2019 22:00

Why are you here on this site just to publish your stupid remarks, go find …Why are you here on this site just to publish your stupid remarks, go find a site you do agree with and we'll come and rubbish that.

38842435-czzKz.jpg
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text