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Disney Princess 3-Inch Mini Doll (6-Pack) - £12.50 (Was £25) @ Tesco (Free C&C Available on Select Dates/Times / £4 Home Delivery)
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Disney Princess 3-Inch Mini Doll (6-Pack) - £12.50 (Was £25) @ Tesco (Free C&C Available on Select Dates/Times / £4 Home Delivery)

£12.50£2550%Tesco Deals
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Posted 28th Nov 2018

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Includes 6 of your favourite Disney Princess friends:

  • Rapunzel
  • Belle
  • Ariel
  • Cinderella
  • Aurora
  • Merida.

Each doll has poseable, moveable arms, legs and head.

Perfect for gift giving, stocking stuffers and on-the-go play.

Recommended for ages 3+.
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13 Comments
Oos I think.
ezzer7228/11/2018 13:04

Oos I think.


Shouldn't be - I've just this second been able to add it to the basket, and proceed through the checkout.
Edited by: "joependlebury" 28th Nov 2018
joependlebury28/11/2018 13:05

Shouldn't be - I've just this second been able to add it to the basket, …Shouldn't be - I've just this second been able to add it to the basket, and proceed through the checkout.


Seems to disappear when you login, shame as it would have been a great stocking filler for my grand-niece.

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ezzer7228th Nov 2018

Seems to disappear when you login, shame as it would have been a great …Seems to disappear when you login, shame as it would have been a great stocking filler for my grand-niece.[Image]


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That is odd, as I have just added to bag again, and had no such trouble. Looks to be "In Stock" for me. I'd keep trying if I were you.

Anyone know if these are in-store too? I paid £25 for them yesterday.
Krystalline28th Nov

Anyone know if these are in-store too? I paid £25 for them yesterday.


I would assume so as this is with home delivery. Tesco no longer run their direct website
Shame there's no jasmine...mulan...tiana...pocahontus..noticing a tend here..lolz.
works fine but im not paying £4 basket charge
scatman691 h, 20 m ago

works fine but im not paying £4 basket charge


Click and Collect (for pickup from a Tesco store) varies in price from being free, and costing up to £2. Depends on time of day you want to collect. Worth having a look at the options.
Edited by: "joependlebury" 28th Nov 2018
I've just realised I've got mixed up, these are the £25 ones I bought yesterday, 5 Disney petite princesses, ignore me! tesco.com/gro…717
R19923 h, 18 m ago

Shame there's no jasmine...mulan...tiana...pocahontus..noticing a tend …Shame there's no jasmine...mulan...tiana...pocahontus..noticing a tend here..lolz.


Damn them and their blatant racism
joependlebury:

Click and Collect (for pickup from a Tesco store) varies in price from being free, and costing up to £2. Depends on time of day you want to collect. Worth having a look at the options.

If you're not spending over £25 or £40 (depending on slot), you'll still get charged the £4 basket charge. And if you top up your basket with groceries and the dolls aren't in stock when you collect, you'll be disappointed.
hfullwood23 m ago

joependlebury:Click and Collect (for pickup from a Tesco store) varies in …joependlebury:Click and Collect (for pickup from a Tesco store) varies in price from being free, and costing up to £2. Depends on time of day you want to collect. Worth having a look at the options.If you're not spending over £25 or £40 (depending on slot), you'll still get charged the £4 basket charge. And if you top up your basket with groceries and the dolls aren't in stock when you collect, you'll be disappointed.


That's an absolute joke on Tesco's part. C&C used to be free all the time on the Tesco Direct site, if memory serves me right. And surely if it's deemed to be "In Stock" at the time of purchase, it should be available for collection, regardless of the date/time you choose to pick it up, right? Common-sense would suggest so, otherwise it would lead to a very disappointing experience. You've essentially commited to purchase on the premise the "In Stock" stock availability messaging on the product page, is an accurate, real-time reflection of the item actually being in stock. As is the case with how most e-commerce sites (or, at least, most of the well-renowned, larger-scale retailers) typically operate, otherwise there'd be hell to pay.
Edited by: "joependlebury" 28th Nov 2018
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