Cadbury's Roses/ Quality Street Tin 975g - Save 50% was £10.00 now £5.00 @ Sainsburys
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Cadbury's Roses/ Quality Street Tin 975g - Save 50% was £10.00 now £5.00 @ Sainsburys

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Found 14th Oct 2010
Saw this at Sainsburys yesterday - Large tin of Roses and Quality Street reduced to £5 - better than the BOGOF. They also had many other deals on sweets too.
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Same in my local Tesco..nice!
also celebrations
£4 in lidl
who ever pays £10 for a tin?
How many more times is this deal going to be posted? been on for around a month now
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thefatcontroller

How many more times is this deal going to be posted? been on for around a … How many more times is this deal going to be posted? been on for around a month now



You can never have enough chocolate
True but if Lidl is £4 then this is a Cold deal, and as its been list several times before should be expired by a MOD
thefatcontroller

True but if Lidl is £4 then this is a Cold deal, and as its been list … True but if Lidl is £4 then this is a Cold deal, and as its been list several times before should be expired by a MOD



You look like you've taken advantatage of the deals a few times already lol
I suspect you are trying to put the rest of us off with your Mod call
£3.25 two years ago, when was it £10?
miximash

£4 in lidl



£4.99 at the Kempston branch
Surely £5 is the normal price for these? Supermarkets just sell them for £10 for a while during quiet periods so they can reduce them to "half price" at times they really sell.
£4.49 in Morrisons
Week before last Tesco were doing them for "Less than half price" £4.50........last week they have put them up to "half price" £5. I`m sure I drove past co-operative this week and saw a poster saying 2 for £7 but not 100% on the sizes of tins because like I said I only drove past.This is not hot though,it`s just normal price everywhere
dc_mag

£4.49 in Morrisons



Only today and tomorrow that offer ends sunday
Tesco and Asad sell for £5 as well. Last year after christmas was £4.
Basically, they're this price in virtually every shop and when they are sold at the "normal" price, no-one buys them (therefore making the half price the normal price). These tins of chocolates have angered me. There are no deals being done on these - just shops saying there are deals, and people thinking they're getting a deal. How is it a special deal if it's in every shop at a price that seems just about reasonable?
simate

£4.99 at the Kempston branch



4.99 in my local lidl
I got a tin in tescos last week for £4.50
is it 4 pounds now at asda
Please. If anyone wants to buy me chocolates. I'd rather have one decent quality item than one of these steel pork barrels full of sickly factory junk.
Got 2 tins from Tescos last week, £4.50 each. Im sure we got the same tins for £3.50 at new year.
It was £4 at Asda last week. Now same as everywhere else £5.
Asda £4 during the week
anyone know how much these are in the co-op at the moment ?
All the major retailers are having a bit of a war on these at present.

When they were ever worth £10 heaven knows ...... perhaps when there was double the weight in them.;) Yes, there used to be 1.5 to 2 kg in these tins, so their price tickets saying they are half price is very misleading.

Cheapest I have seen them is £4.50, however these have been reports of them being £4, so Sainburys charging £5 is way over the top.
maybe when this was posted 4 weeks ago it might have been better deal than what asda was charging at the time
Cold squared.
I work at a major retailer, and I can tell you the suppliers charge us over £5 a tin, so tins is about how much money you dont lose, no money is being made on these lines!
Cheaper at morisons
Ergh yuk, taste like puke covered in chocolate.Heat Added. Just bought two boxes for the mother in law and sis in law
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