Chocolate Pouches , Roses 500g , Heroes 500g , Celebrations 450g, Quality Street 484G , Dairy Milk 470g , Galaxy  475g, Terry's Chocolate Orange Small Bites 450G,  2 for £5 @ Tesco
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Chocolate Pouches , Roses 500g , Heroes 500g , Celebrations 450g, Quality Street 484G , Dairy Milk 470g , Galaxy 475g, Terry's Chocolate Orange Small Bites 450G, 2 for £5 @ Tesco

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Edited by:"goldy12"Found 10th Oct
Chocolate Pouches 2 for £5 @ Tesco

Cadbury Roses Pouch 500G
Galaxy Miniatures Pouch 457G
Cadbury Heroes Pouch 500G
Celebrations Pouch 450G
Cadbury Dairy Milk Chunk 470G
Quality Street Bag 484G
Terry's Chocolate Orange Small Bites 450G


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All these deals end on Tuesday 17thth October

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Top comments

keitht5852 h, 4 m ago

NO NO NO, these will kill your dog, human chocolate is poisonous to dogs.



I was referring to the quality of the chocolate, as in it tastes terrible. I was not about to feed the dog a Double Decker.

He's strictly a Green & Barks, Woofnut Whip or Toblerbone type of dog.
Edited by: "Splashmo" 10th Oct

Splashmo32 m ago

Dog chocolate.



NO NO NO, these will kill your dog, human chocolate is poisonous to dogs.
39 Comments

Dose this come with B20?

Editor

Thanks @goldy12 These will come in handy for the Trick or Treaters ... (if they last that long!)

Dog chocolate.

Is this deal better than the tubs at £5?

Original Poster

eternal32116 m ago

Is this deal better than the tubs at £5?



Yes definitely,
For example two bags of Heroes is 1000g ( 50p per 100g ), compared to a tub 680g ( 73.5p per 100g)

These are much better value than the tubs/tins that are £4 each/2 for £7 in many stores

Splashmo32 m ago

Dog chocolate.



NO NO NO, these will kill your dog, human chocolate is poisonous to dogs.

Just avoid the Cadburys which is no longer fit for human consumption and its a good deal.

Always makes me wonder when I see people buying the muck whether they just haven't learned yet or if they just don't care what rubbish they put in their bodies.

keitht5852 h, 4 m ago

NO NO NO, these will kill your dog, human chocolate is poisonous to dogs.



I was referring to the quality of the chocolate, as in it tastes terrible. I was not about to feed the dog a Double Decker.

He's strictly a Green & Barks, Woofnut Whip or Toblerbone type of dog.
Edited by: "Splashmo" 10th Oct

I feel like I need a lot of these, but I can't picture who I'm going to gift them to. Hmmm....

MSK.39 m ago

I feel like I need a lot of these, but I can't picture who I'm going to …I feel like I need a lot of these, but I can't picture who I'm going to gift them to. Hmmm....


Have you tried looking in the mirror?

Ends today but the current offer at Tesco for the cartons (£1.50) might work out better for some items:

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Thoughtful7 h, 42 m ago

Just avoid the Cadburys which is no longer fit for human consumption and …Just avoid the Cadburys which is no longer fit for human consumption and its a good deal.Always makes me wonder when I see people buying the muck whether they just haven't learned yet or if they just don't care what rubbish they put in their bodies.

Can u explain please

Is this a better deal than the £1.50 cartons?

SweeneyUK56 m ago

Can u explain please



Since Mondelez took Cadburys they continually looked for ways to cheapen the product until it now bears no resemblance to what it once was. The last Cadburys chocolates I bought ended up in the bin they were that bad.

Stopped buying Cadbury’s 18 months ago, horrible cheap taste and shrunk by half. Lidl Chocolate the best and great value/quality.

Splashmo9 h, 12 m ago

I was referring to the quality of the chocolate, as in it tastes terrible. …I was referring to the quality of the chocolate, as in it tastes terrible. I was not about to feed the dog a Double Decker.He's strictly a Green & Barks, Woofnut Whip or Toblerbone type of dog.


Actually had to try and not cry laughing... Hahaha

Original Poster

Always members complaining about Cadburys ( amongst other things) on this site. Yet Cadburys churn out millions of bags of these chocolates each year.. Makes you wonder who buys them.

Fed up with everyone moaning about the taste of Cadbury’s, don’t buy it then, tastes no different to me than before apart from Kraft are now running the show. I think it’s the British mentality, moan about bloody everything!

Have some heat

goldy122 h, 13 m ago

Always members complaining about Cadburys ( amongst other things) on this …Always members complaining about Cadburys ( amongst other things) on this site. Yet Cadburys churn out millions of bags of these chocolates each year.. Makes you wonder who buys them.



Quantity doesn't equal quality. The decline in the latter is demonstrably true of cadburys, if you look at the actual cocoa content in their products over the last several years.

brychris1 h, 55 m ago

Fed up with everyone moaning about the taste of Cadbury’s, don’t buy it the …Fed up with everyone moaning about the taste of Cadbury’s, don’t buy it then, tastes no different to me than before apart from Kraft are now running the show. I think it’s the British mentality, moan about bloody everything!


May as well just eat fat mixed with sugar and brown colouring if you really can't tell the difference. It's disgusting

People love a moan about the 'change in flavour' etc etc Bah humbug, I have 10 neices & nephews who love a sweetie or 2 & never ever complain about a slight change in ingredients or whatever!! Good deal thanks I'll be stocking up for extra Aunty points! 😊 Heat from me & the kids

Splashmo16 h, 58 m ago

I was referring to the quality of the chocolate, as in it tastes terrible. …I was referring to the quality of the chocolate, as in it tastes terrible. I was not about to feed the dog a Double Decker.He's strictly a Green & Barks, Woofnut Whip or Toblerbone type of dog.



What about a Mars Barks? Does he like to Chomp on those?

Original Poster

Splashmo6 h, 37 m ago

Quantity doesn't equal quality. The decline in the latter is demonstrably …Quantity doesn't equal quality. The decline in the latter is demonstrably true of cadburys, if you look at the actual cocoa content in their products over the last several years.


But most people must still be happy with the products to be still buying them.

LynseyDePaula.Murphy3 h, 33 m ago

People love a moan about the 'change in flavour' etc etc Bah humbug, I …People love a moan about the 'change in flavour' etc etc Bah humbug, I have 10 neices & nephews who love a sweetie or 2 & never ever complain about a slight change in ingredients or whatever!! Good deal thanks I'll be stocking up for extra Aunty points! 😊 Heat from me & the kids

You are a great example as to why the British public are being mislead and utterly ripped off and taken for idiots.

brychris11 h, 44 m ago

Fed up with everyone moaning about the taste of Cadbury’s, don’t buy it the …Fed up with everyone moaning about the taste of Cadbury’s, don’t buy it then, tastes no different to me than before apart from Kraft are now running the show. I think it’s the British mentality, moan about bloody everything!

Interesting read!

google.co.uk/amp…mp/

Added Heat
( mum only gets Lindt from me, the rest whatever/nothing lol )

goldy1213 h, 37 m ago

Always members complaining about Cadburys ( amongst other things) on this …Always members complaining about Cadburys ( amongst other things) on this site. Yet Cadburys churn out millions of bags of these chocolates each year.. Makes you wonder who buys them.



Most of the people I see buying them are silly old Ladies who cannot be told the truth about what's in the bags as they are unable to accept the world has changed.

Bought the galaxy minitures nice change

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Thoughtful43 m ago

Most of the people I see buying them are silly old Ladies who cannot be …Most of the people I see buying them are silly old Ladies who cannot be told the truth about what's in the bags as they are unable to accept the world has changed.



But It's still a free country and if that's what they want to do and that's their view -fine . It's the people that try and inflict their views and beliefs on others and think they are always right that are the problem.
Each to their own . Buy the sweets don't buy the sweets but let others make their own decision also.

mhd216 h, 2 m ago

Is this a better deal than the £1.50 cartons?



No , not quite as good (eg Hero's on the new deal would equate to 300g for £1.50 and you get 323g in the £1.50 cartons so approx. 9% less chocolate with this deal )

Just received my Cadbury roses and heroes and both are 450g not 500g, phoned up and got a partial refund

goldy122 h, 46 m ago

But It's still a free country and if that's what they want to do and …But It's still a free country and if that's what they want to do and that's their view -fine . It's the people that try and inflict their views and beliefs on others and think they are always right that are the problem. Each to their own . Buy the sweets don't buy the sweets but let others make their own decision also.


Errrr can you point out to me where I have indicated that I have attempted to prevent other people making their own purchasing choices?
Informed choice is a different matter! Advising someone a product is not the same as it once was is no infringement of liberty.

I would however take issue with you on your belief that the UK is a free country because it most certainly isn't any more. If you don't believe this then try saying something the government doesn't approve of in a public place or using one of the words which are banned - but not actually officially banned because legally they can't !

Time to stock up for Christmas...

I just picked up a galaxy and a choc orange ready for Christmas

goldy1211th Oct

But It's still a free country and if that's what they want to do and …But It's still a free country and if that's what they want to do and that's their view -fine . It's the people that try and inflict their views and beliefs on others and think they are always right that are the problem. Each to their own . Buy the sweets don't buy the sweets but let others make their own decision also.


The simplest definition of freedom is: "The ability to do what you want with minimal control and restrictions from outside agencies and people." So it depends on what free country actually means to you. For example, if you want to be a debt slave and work in a soulless corporation that treats you like a resource, then yeah I guess you are "free in England". Otherwise, you are not.

This is why America tends to define freedom as "freedom to work" which presupposes that everyone "lives to work" and is happy to be an economic resource (hence the term "human resource") and slave to the system. It's not true of course, since in Europe, people are said to "work to live, not live to work" and many people in America feel the same way.

99.9% Of us are nothing but slaves to this country and our elites. We are far from been free.

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TheEnglish90910 m ago

The simplest definition of freedom is: "The ability to do what you want …The simplest definition of freedom is: "The ability to do what you want with minimal control and restrictions from outside agencies and people." So it depends on what free country actually means to you. For example, if you want to be a debt slave and work in a soulless corporation that treats you like a resource, then yeah I guess you are "free in England". Otherwise, you are not.This is why America tends to define freedom as "freedom to work" which presupposes that everyone "lives to work" and is happy to be an economic resource (hence the term "human resource") and slave to the system. It's not true of course, since in Europe, people are said to "work to live, not live to work" and many people in America feel the same way.99.9% Of us are nothing but slaves to this country and our elites. We are far from been free.



No idea what you are waffling about this is a chocolate deal, vote Hot or Cold, Buy it or not
Really is as simple s that.
Edited by: "goldy12" 12th Oct

Weights of bags are incorrect though! !Dairy milk Is only 425g and the Heroes about 470g if I remember right not 500g as stated on Tesco website!!!!!!
Edited by: "hindlep76" 17th Oct

hindlep7613th Oct

Weights if bags are incorrect though! !Dairy milk Is only 425g and the …Weights if bags are incorrect though! !Dairy milk Is only 425g and the Heroes about 470g if I remember right not 500g as stated on Tesco website!!!!!!


Very true
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