Comfort Fabric Conditioner Sunshiny Days, 5 Litre subscribe and save - £5.70 @ Amazon
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Comfort Fabric Conditioner Sunshiny Days, 5 Litre subscribe and save - £5.70 @ Amazon

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Found 12th Jan
This has been posted before. But went out of stock for subscribe and save £5.10 for me as I’ve over 5 subscribe and saves.

Comfort Sunshiny Days Fabric Conditioner 5L. Be swept away to breezy summer days with each wash when you use Comfort Sunshiny Days Fabric Conditioner 5L. Treat your favourite clothes to a drop of sunshine, giving them 100% more long-lasting freshness thanks to Comfort’s unique odour protection formula. Our fabric softener also saves you time by promoting fast drying clothes that are easier to iron. This means you can enjoy a little more fun in the sunshine, and your clothes will be bursting with the fresh smell of summer. How to use:
1. Pour a 35ml dose of Comfort Sunshiny Days Fabric Conditioner 5L straight into the correct compartment of your washing machine drawer along with your favourite laundry detergent. Do not pour directly on to fabrics. 2. Choose the correct wash setting and let your machine take care of the rest, as it releases the fabric softener during the final rinse cycle. Using Comfort fabric conditioner in every wash helps smooth fabric fibres, maintains garment colour and shine and keep your family’s clothes looking and feeling their best. So make Comfort Sunshiny Days Fabric Conditioner 5L an essential part of your laundry day and your clothes will glow with all the warmth of a glorious summer’s day. *vs concentrated Comfort Pure
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Pop a capfull when cleaning your feet after a long day leaves them smelling fresh and not like Stilton...
No way I'm buying that, I'd end up pouring it on my cereal in a bleary early morning state.
Edited by: "BigOrkWaaagh" 12th Jan
Not showing as subscribe and save for me, only Exclusively for Prime Members for £6.00, how did you get the S&S?
BigOrkWaaagh26 m ago

No way I'm buying that, I'd end up pouring it on my cereal in a bleary …No way I'm buying that, I'd end up pouring it on my cereal in a bleary early morning state.


How big is the milk you buy
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Only showing £6 for prime with no S&S
It's £9.99. Presumably you need another one of those Amazon scams to get for less? Some people are so gullible!
Edited by: "Besford" 12th Jan
Always missing it
If you go to other sellers, amazon have it for 6 quid, on prime.
Edited by: "aliyousaf1984" 12th Jan
Saw this the other day at home Bargains for £4.99 (it was the blue one though).....might be worth a look if you’re passing.
Besford1 h, 57 m ago

It's £9.99. Presumably you need another one of those Amazon scams to get …It's £9.99. Presumably you need another one of those Amazon scams to get for less? Some people are so gullible!


Amazon are always 'scamming' me, making me pay less to purchase the goods I want! BTW, it's £6.00 before S&S discount as per OP. Guessing you don't like or use Amazon.
damadgeruk1 h, 24 m ago

Amazon are always 'scamming' me, making me pay less to purchase the goods …Amazon are always 'scamming' me, making me pay less to purchase the goods I want! BTW, it's £6.00 before S&S discount as per OP. Guessing you don't like or use Amazon.


Ignoring for a moment the fact that others are saying it's Prime price only and no S&S - please explain S&S. Can I buy one for £5.70; I think not!

I do use Amazon from time to time when it makes sense, but often it does not. In this thread alone people are pointing to where it's available cheaper. Presumably you are a subscriber so you're comitted to a monthly fee and have to use Prime, etc. to help it make sense?
Thought it was a massive bottle custard for a second.
PRIME ONLY
Just to note the ones in home bargains / b&m are the watery non concentrated.
The Amazon ones are 142 washes or something like that
True money savers know £1/litre is what to look for. Occasionally available on 3l and 4l botts
This is back on subscribe and save! Just checked and showing.
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Edited by: "cherylpeattie" 21st Jan
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