Celebrations, Quality Streets, Heroes and Cadbury Roses Tubs £4 @ Asda
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Celebrations, Quality Streets, Heroes and Cadbury Roses Tubs £4 @ Asda

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Found 1st Nov 2013
Found this when doing weekly shop i know a previous deal was on but its expired so once again the below are £4 a tub at asda

Celebrations 750g Tub
Quality Streets 820g Tub
Heroes 780g Tub
Cadbury Roses 850g tin

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yep can confirm available online and at Astley Bridge Bolton...
Lets hope they keep the stock levels up (unlike Morrisons) ... nice one

any idea how long till this expires? the last £4 deal didnt last long (missed it), same with the tesco one.

only roses and celebrations £4 online, hero's and quality street
still £5

HOT !!!

OFF TO ASDA NOW !!!

Yeah deffo all £4. Saw them all (loads of stock) at pilsworth today ..

Quality Street are definitely smaller than before. And it's a box now, not a tin.

Christmas is approaching. So this would be the normal price, pretty soon right?

Hot nonetheless.

Banned

Sweet deal.

taker

Christmas is approaching. So this would be the normal price, pretty soon … Christmas is approaching. So this would be the normal price, pretty soon right?Hot nonetheless.



No, not at all... last year our Asda did the discount before xmas, then raised them to £5 and didn't budge, they still had some left in March/April time, and still at £5

giggsy42

Sweet deal.



groan
Edited by: "jayjayuk1234" 1st Nov 2013

tins getting lighter all the time,same as the boxes they used to be pound in weight now selling at 375g to 400g for same money

speedway555

tins getting lighter all the time,same as the boxes they used to be pound … tins getting lighter all the time,same as the boxes they used to be pound in weight now selling at 375g to 400g for same money



Yeah, they are now plastic, rather than metal.................

It is a crafty ploy, not many people look at the content weight on the back. Some people just don't care as they are gifts

If anyone is interested, from a quick calculation it works out at approximately 5p per sweet.
Edited by: "Surfspud" 1st Nov 2013

It is a weekend deal.
Should go back to £5 on Monday

Chelle31

It is a weekend deal.Should go back to £5 on Monday


Grrr typical, I cant get there till Monday

Original Poster

froghopper

only roses and celebrations £4 online, hero's and quality street still £5

all 4 are £4 online for me,

Saw some tins in tesco today for £4 too

just been and got some from my local.

also there is no limit on how many you get

Original Poster

whyborhayl

Saw some tins in tesco today for £4 too



Tescos
Quality Street tub 820g £4 (same as asda)
Heroes Tub i can't find it online but they sell the smaller box 350g at £4 (so more than half the choc less)
Celebrations again cannot locate the tub online but the smaller 380g box is £4
Cadbury Roses Tin 850G £5 (£1 more than asda)

So other than Quality Streets id say go to asda if you want variety.

Original Poster

Supermarket Prices from MySupermarket

Quality Streets Tub
Asda £4
Tesco £4
Sainsbury's £4.75
Waitrose £5
Ocado £8

Cadbury Roses Tin
Asda £4
Tesco £5
Sainsbury's £5
Waitrose £8
Ocado £8

Celebrations
Asda £4
Tesco £5
Sainsbury's £5
Waitrose £8
Ocado £8

Cadbury Heroes
Asda £4
Tesco £5
Sainsbury's £5
Waitrose £8
Ocado £8

Wasn't sure what there was as didn't take any notice because i already bought mine in morrisons

Bought plenty!! Heat added

Have people still not realised how overpriced they are yet? *sigh*

Original Poster

whyborhayl

Wasn't sure what there was as didn't take any notice because i already … Wasn't sure what there was as didn't take any notice because i already bought mine in morrisons


How much did you pay in Morrisons?

herrbz

Have people still not realised how overpriced they are yet? *sigh*


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Considering its the hottest deal so far today i can't see many people share this view, I think at £4 a tub its a fair reasonable offer price considering the cost of these products when not on sale, £8 a tub at ocado and waitrose, £4 at asda? clearly a bargain. lol

Original Poster

troytempey0

Lets hope they keep the stock levels up (unlike Morrisons) ... nice one


Yeah i loved Morrisons baileys deal last week, Just a shame they had none in stock lol

£3.50 a fee weeks ago

They are absolutely tiny this year. Shan't be bothering.

whyborhayl

£3.50 a fee weeks ago



They were 2 for £7 at Morrison's but I couldn't get hold of any at any of the Morrison's near me. Wouldn't surprise me if most of the staff had them away!

Anyway, I bought 10 lots of these chocolates around an hour ago from ASDA. Loads left thankfully.

Actually saw people scrambling and jostling to buy these at Merry Hill Asda. Great deal but don't get why people are so hyped up about these tubs.

If you are in debt or need some savings , stop stuffing yourself with a box of this vegetable fat and empty calories and put £4 (with other lots of small amounts in the year) into a unit trust or investment. £4 put away , growing at 8% (as inflation is already 2-3%) then 30 years later, £4 grows to £43.74. Careful to choose low management fees savings. If you did not eat 10 boxes over Xmas then this amount is £437 £30 years later. Also the NHS service may save a bit of money dealing with a bit less obesity. You can have your savings 30 years later and then treat yourself to a nice expensive Xmas present... then you may be able to buy a robot servant as a gadget in 2040 which will be of more help to you than fat in your body!

Edited by: "splender" 2nd Nov 2013

giggsy42

Sweet deal.



And your avatar is awesome too.

£5 in my local store (hyde) yesterday

No doubt Tesco will be doing this again soon, they were £4 last month

Original Poster

splender

If you are in debt or need some savings , stop stuffing yourself with a … If you are in debt or need some savings , stop stuffing yourself with a box of this vegetable fat and empty calories and put £4 (with other lots of small amounts in the year) into a unit trust or investment. £4 put away , growing at 8% (as inflation is already 2-3%) then 30 years later, £4 grows to £43.74. Careful to choose low management fees savings. If you did not eat 10 boxes over Xmas then this amount is £437 £30 years later. Also the NHS service may save a bit of money dealing with a bit less obesity. You can have your savings 30 years later and then treat yourself to a nice expensive Xmas present... then you may be able to buy a robot servant as a gadget in 2040 which will be of more help to you than fat in your body!


Seriously mate you have issues, whos said there in debt and its a box a chocolates keep your head on lol and well in 30 years im sure your £43.74 will be worth as much as the £4 you put in but good luck with that and gee if you like to eat rabbit food then do that in private dont be hating on us fatties for enjoying the chocolate im also sure you yourself need to go visit the nhs and get your head tested.

Edited by: "dannyguk91" 2nd Nov 2013

Original Poster

stezo2k

No doubt Tesco will be doing this again soon, they were £4 last month


Yeah they always copy eachover its why it pays to shop around but at the moment tesco dont have this offer.

Banned

Mr No

And your avatar is awesome too.



As is yours, sir!!! The hoff is a lege!

splender

If you are in debt or need some savings , stop stuffing yourself with a … If you are in debt or need some savings , stop stuffing yourself with a box of this vegetable fat and empty calories and put £4 (with other lots of small amounts in the year) into a unit trust or investment. £4 put away , growing at 8% (as inflation is already 2-3%) then 30 years later, £4 grows to £43.74. Careful to choose low management fees savings. If you did not eat 10 boxes over Xmas then this amount is £437 £30 years later. Also the NHS service may save a bit of money dealing with a bit less obesity. You can have your savings 30 years later and then treat yourself to a nice expensive Xmas present... then you may be able to buy a robot servant as a gadget in 2040 which will be of more help to you than fat in your body!



Feeling lazy this morning, can't decide whether you're trying to be funny or just obtuse and I can't be bothered to form any sentences to reply so I'll do numbered points.

1. Don't tell others how to live their lives and what to eat, unless you fantasize about wearing a black uniform and a shiny leather coat and boots.

2. In the real world reality of groceries...fuel.....utilities....rents...house prices, inflation is far far higher than 2-3%.

3. Every single day, tens of thousands of non "obese" people die, non smokers, vegans, they get all kinds of ailments and require medical treatment and then die, the inconsiderate b*stards!

4. The NHS doesn't need to "save a bit of money" it needs to be in the hands of people who possess empathy and care for humans (non-existent in our government).

Rant lock off.

splender

If you are in debt or need some savings , stop stuffing yourself with a … If you are in debt or need some savings , stop stuffing yourself with a box of this vegetable fat and empty calories and put £4 (with other lots of small amounts in the year) into a unit trust or investment. £4 put away , growing at 8% (as inflation is already 2-3%) then 30 years later, £4 grows to £43.74. Careful to choose low management fees savings. If you did not eat 10 boxes over Xmas then this amount is £437 £30 years later. Also the NHS service may save a bit of money dealing with a bit less obesity. You can have your savings 30 years later and then treat yourself to a nice expensive Xmas present... then you may be able to buy a robot servant as a gadget in 2040 which will be of more help to you than fat in your body!



You are so off the mark. Based on your own calculations it would be 2043 for the robot not 2040! :-)

As long as you just watch what else you buy remember swings and roundabouts a lot of other stuff has got very expensive I know because I work for them.

Quality Street are £4 in Tesco, so with Asda Price Guarantee you should get 40p back, so you can get it for £3.60.
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