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Doritos Chilli Heatwave Tortilla Chips Sharing Bag, 180g - £1.25 (+£4.49 non-Prime) @ Amazon
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Doritos Chilli Heatwave Tortilla Chips Sharing Bag, 180g - £1.25 (+£4.49 non-Prime) @ Amazon

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jsac06/06/2020 19:12

So can shopping baskets and trolleys...slightly unsure of your point? Do …So can shopping baskets and trolleys...slightly unsure of your point? Do Tesco/Iceland deliver next day for free if you have Prime?


I'm not one to judge but these are 99p in most shops and if you're going to pay an extra 25p to get them delivered in what will be no doubt ridiculous amazon packing I'd challenge you to consider if you need them vs the impact on the environment in getting them to you
Neil8206/06/2020 19:14

I'm not one to judge but these are 99p in most shops and if you're going …I'm not one to judge but these are 99p in most shops and if you're going to pay an extra 25p to get them delivered in what will be no doubt ridiculous amazon packing I'd challenge you to consider if you need them vs the impact on the environment in getting them to you


Hey thats great - and fully appreciate it as well. I am lucky, I have had to remain in my house but luckily have a partner - but for those who rely on others to get the odd 'treat' or 'guilt pleasure' this is actually a god send. I don't always have these in the house, but there are times I feel like having a snack - so knowing that Amazon can deliver the next day is a good thing
Neil8206/06/2020 19:14

I'm not one to judge but these are 99p in most shops and if you're going …I'm not one to judge but these are 99p in most shops and if you're going to pay an extra 25p to get them delivered in what will be no doubt ridiculous amazon packing I'd challenge you to consider if you need them vs the impact on the environment in getting them to you


For some people like me that sell items on ebay the amazon packaging can be useful as no one likes to pay extra for packing
Bergman06/06/2020 19:11

Can be found at the same price in a lot of Tesco Express' as well as …Can be found at the same price in a lot of Tesco Express' as well as Iceland in London


So can shopping baskets and trolleys...slightly unsure of your point?

Do Tesco/Iceland deliver next day for free if you have Prime?
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Can be found at the same price in a lot of Tesco Express' as well as Iceland in London
Edited by: "Bergman" 6th Jun
Bergman06/06/2020 19:11

Can be found at the same price in a lot of Tesco Express' as well as …Can be found at the same price in a lot of Tesco Express' as well as Iceland in London


So can shopping baskets and trolleys...slightly unsure of your point?

Do Tesco/Iceland deliver next day for free if you have Prime?
Heat added op
jsac06/06/2020 19:12

So can shopping baskets and trolleys...slightly unsure of your point? Do …So can shopping baskets and trolleys...slightly unsure of your point? Do Tesco/Iceland deliver next day for free if you have Prime?


I'm not one to judge but these are 99p in most shops and if you're going to pay an extra 25p to get them delivered in what will be no doubt ridiculous amazon packing I'd challenge you to consider if you need them vs the impact on the environment in getting them to you
Neil8206/06/2020 19:14

I'm not one to judge but these are 99p in most shops and if you're going …I'm not one to judge but these are 99p in most shops and if you're going to pay an extra 25p to get them delivered in what will be no doubt ridiculous amazon packing I'd challenge you to consider if you need them vs the impact on the environment in getting them to you


Hey thats great - and fully appreciate it as well. I am lucky, I have had to remain in my house but luckily have a partner - but for those who rely on others to get the odd 'treat' or 'guilt pleasure' this is actually a god send. I don't always have these in the house, but there are times I feel like having a snack - so knowing that Amazon can deliver the next day is a good thing
Neil8206/06/2020 19:14

I'm not one to judge but these are 99p in most shops and if you're going …I'm not one to judge but these are 99p in most shops and if you're going to pay an extra 25p to get them delivered in what will be no doubt ridiculous amazon packing I'd challenge you to consider if you need them vs the impact on the environment in getting them to you


For some people like me that sell items on ebay the amazon packaging can be useful as no one likes to pay extra for packing
Neil8206/06/2020 19:14

I'm not one to judge but these are 99p in most shops and if you're going …I'm not one to judge but these are 99p in most shops and if you're going to pay an extra 25p to get them delivered in what will be no doubt ridiculous amazon packing I'd challenge you to consider if you need them vs the impact on the environment in getting them to you


Actually £1.25 in Tesco, Iceland, Waitrose and Asda. £2 in Sainsbury’s.

£1 in Morrisons, but I’ve only seen the smaller bags at £1 in other small shops(£1 for 150g in Co-Op for example). Definitely not “99p in most shops” for a long time.

And I order a lot of things of Amazon, and can honestly say I’ve not had an inappropriately packaged item in a few years.
Edited by: "HorseBoxGuy" 6th Jun
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Quid in Tesco mate and chances are these are coming in a cardboard box, inside a van, driven by diesel. Inappropriate by most peoples measure for a packet of crisps?
It's not like most people would just order a bag of Doritos and nothing else, more likely to be an add-on to an order.
"Sharing bag!!"

Hilarious, thanks for the laugh, gonna go and eat an entire box of jaffa cakes thanks for posting OP.
jsac06/06/2020 19:12

So can shopping baskets and trolleys...slightly unsure of your point? Do …So can shopping baskets and trolleys...slightly unsure of your point? Do Tesco/Iceland deliver next day for free if you have Prime?


So amazon deliver for free... if you pay for prime these are nearly always a quid on offer and the majority of people will be going to a shop atleast once a week/fortnight.
So yeah, buy them yourself and delivery is ‘free’
£1 is the limit on any of these sharing bags
stevenb2306/06/2020 20:21

So amazon deliver for free... if you pay for prime these are nearly …So amazon deliver for free... if you pay for prime these are nearly always a quid on offer and the majority of people will be going to a shop atleast once a week/fortnight.So yeah, buy them yourself and delivery is ‘free’


Well done for you
stevenb2306/06/2020 20:21

So amazon deliver for free... if you pay for prime these are nearly …So amazon deliver for free... if you pay for prime these are nearly always a quid on offer and the majority of people will be going to a shop atleast once a week/fortnight.So yeah, buy them yourself and delivery is ‘free’

who is stupid enoigh to vote this hot when its usually available in one or more supermarkets for £1
Ordering one item like this with prime delivery should be banned based on the environmental impact
To be honest unless you live in a realllyyyyy remote area it’s not that bad because they drive to one street, drop off 5 or so delivery’s then move onto the next, it’s not like they are coming specially to your house 95% of the time
jase.206/06/2020 22:00

who is stupid enoigh to vote this hot when its usually available in one or …who is stupid enoigh to vote this hot when its usually available in one or more supermarkets for £1


people who fancy some Doritos but don’t want to go out the house because it costs money / time / health risks and would rather pay the extra 25p

also these are the 180g bags which you can’t always get, and a lot of supermarkets are more expensive than £1
jazlabs06/06/2020 21:26

£1 is the limit on any of these sharing bags


25p extra not bad especially considering it’s a 180g bag
jsac06/06/2020 21:39

Well done for you


Well done you. Because it’s you’re opinion it has got to be right eh
I miss when these bags used to be 220g. And 230g before that, and I'm sure they used to be even larger but I can't find the proof! 320g sounds too big but I know before they shrunk to 230g they did last a much longer time in my house!
Edited by: "stressedman" 7th Jun
Amazon's standard delivery charge of £4.49 is a joke. Presumably designed solely to encourage you to pay for Prime or spend a minimum of £20. I use Amazon far less now since they changed their delivery policy years back.
You can pick these up for £1.25 anywhere if you go at the right time, in fact you used to be able to get them for £1 so in fact these have gone up 25%, far above the rate of inflation... maybe there's a global Dorito shortage I don't know, or possibly the supermarket cartels are profiteering
jsac06/06/2020 19:13

Heat added op


only because they're chilli heatwave
stevenb2306/06/2020 23:00

Well done you. Because it’s you’re opinion it has got to be right eh


Erm...no...I never said that did I?
PGS07/06/2020 08:27

Amazon's standard delivery charge of £4.49 is a joke. Presumably designed …Amazon's standard delivery charge of £4.49 is a joke. Presumably designed solely to encourage you to pay for Prime or spend a minimum of £20. I use Amazon far less now since they changed their delivery policy years back.


I get prime for £2 for 6 months, if you want to find out just DM me
99iainb07/06/2020 08:47

You can pick these up for £1.25 anywhere if you go at the right time, in …You can pick these up for £1.25 anywhere if you go at the right time, in fact you used to be able to get them for £1 so in fact these have gone up 25%, far above the rate of inflation... maybe there's a global Dorito shortage I don't know, or possibly the supermarket cartels are profiteering


Your paying 25p for next day delivery for FREE, also this is the biggest bag you can get right now
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They're in at Aldi for a quid
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