Ferrero Rocher 24 Pieces Boxed Chocolates 300G £5 @ Tesco
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Ferrero Rocher 24 Pieces Boxed Chocolates 300G £5 @ Tesco

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I bought 32 from Morrison yesterday for 5£ . added heat as these are lovely chocolates.
Edited by: "gutshot115" 20th Dec 2015
gutshot115

I bought 32 from Morrison yesterday for 5£ . added heat as these are … I bought 32 from Morrison yesterday for 5£ . added heat as these are lovely chocolates.



​£160 on Ferrero Rocher you must absolutely love them! sorry couldn't resist
gutshot115

I bought 32 from Morrison yesterday for 5£ . added heat as these are … I bought 32 from Morrison yesterday for 5£ . added heat as these are lovely chocolates.



That must have been two smaller packs of 16 for £5. Not the same thing.
heat
Like it's already mentioned you can get 2 packs of 16 for the same price at morrisons. However if your planning on giving them as a gift, this set is better.
Just goes to show the high mark ups. I even purchased a 200g Lindor pack for £2 from a small independent store. Asda sell them at £4 each or 3 for £10 = £3.33.. each). One day we will have honest and fair pricing.
Ferrero Rocher Gift Pack 750g
SAVE £6.00 Was £16.00 Now £10.00Offer valid for delivery from 18/12/2015 until 27/12/2015
cs95aam

That must have been two smaller packs of 16 for £5. Not the same thing.


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Well seeing as I don't have a Morrisons here in N.Ireland, I'm happy with this deal. Thanks OP. Off to Tescos in a bit so will keep an eye out for this
reaper200

Like it's already mentioned you can get 2 packs of 16 for the same price … Like it's already mentioned you can get 2 packs of 16 for the same price at morrisons. However if your planning on giving them as a gift, this set is better.



Why? oO
the 60 piece pyramid pack for £10 is also a better deal than this, and with the 2x16 packs for £5 this deal of 24 for £5 is pretty average really.
Edited by: "stevenmcdowall39" 20th Dec 2015
stevenmcdowall39

the 60 piece pyramid pack for £10 is also a better deal than this, and … the 60 piece pyramid pack for £10 is also a better deal than this, and with the 2x16 packs for £5 this deal of 24 for £5 is pretty average really.




Where is the 60 deal?
jimmybo

Why? oO



Well I got the 2 from Morrisons and lets just say that unless they are a stocking filler or an extra gift for someone then I think its a bit tacky giving just that. The tray layout looks more fancy (the 16 come in that see through plastic box) plus theres a decent amount in them but I guess others might not be as bothered as I am!
reaper200

Well I got the 2 from Morrisons and lets just say that unless they are a … Well I got the 2 from Morrisons and lets just say that unless they are a stocking filler or an extra gift for someone then I think its a bit tacky giving just that. The tray layout looks more fancy (the 16 come in that see through plastic box) plus theres a decent amount in them but I guess others might not be as bothered as I am!



I thought that the 24 pieces box was see through anyway oO

As a recipient of the Ferrero Rocher boxed chocs, I would be much happier with 32 chocs rather than 24 chocs in a "flat box" - or a "Pyramid"

This is HOT UK deals!
£5.50 @ sainsburys with extra 200 points when u enable on nectar app
iAmLegendFam

Where is the 60 deal?



hotukdeals.com/dea…489

from tesco as well, so the 60 piece pyramid obviously much better than this 24 piece deal for £5
word of advice to people.... I found my ferrero presents down the "seasonal" isle, they weren't down the normal chocolate isle, all the special big crazy xmas chocolate gifts were all down the seasonal isle.
I like them, I prefer Lindor though if I had to choose...
Have some heat!
Surely the Morrisons deal was better given that 2 x 16 = 32, and as far as I am aware 32 is greater than 24!
cs95aam

That must have been two smaller packs of 16 for £5. Not the same thing.



You can pack them individually for all I care, if you get more chocolate for less price better deal in my eyes.
cs95aam

That must have been two smaller packs of 16 for £5. Not the same thing.


Size of packs doesn't matter , was just saying that I got 2 packs of 16 for a 5£ and therefore is a better deal than the 24 for 5£
reaper200

Like it's already mentioned you can get 2 packs of 16 for the same price … Like it's already mentioned you can get 2 packs of 16 for the same price at morrisons. However if your planning on giving them as a gift, this set is better.



How?
I think for parties / looking nice on the table the £10 pyramid deal is best but for gifts or not displaying them the Morrisons deal is best

I am looking at the 60 rocher pyramid right now on my dining table and it looks lovely and well worth the £10 as I paid £15 in Asda!
aMAZON price match but have to buy 3 boxes for £15
You never know what you're gonna get.
Good find to store some for the upcoming Christmas. Heat added!
How this is almost 700° is beyond me! The Morrisons deal is far better!
I paid £6.50 two weeks ago
thank you
Common Sense

Just goes to show the high mark ups. I even purchased a 200g Lindor pack … Just goes to show the high mark ups. I even purchased a 200g Lindor pack for £2 from a small independent store. Asda sell them at £4 each or 3 for £10 = £3.33.. each). One day we will have honest and fair pricing.



There's nothing dishonest about it. They're not hiding anything, that's the price they sell at and it's up to the consumer whether to buy it or not. The economy doesn't work by everyone having the same amount of money and every shop being required to sell at the same price as another. A capitalist economy can never be fully fair but it's the best ideology that's we've come up with so far, it's far from perfect.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 21st Dec 2015
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fishmaster

There's nothing dishonest about it. They're not hiding anything, that's … There's nothing dishonest about it. They're not hiding anything, that's the price they sell at and it's up to the consumer whether to buy it or not. The economy doesn't work by everyone having the same amount of money and every shop being required to sell at the same price as another. A capitalist economy can never be fully fair but it's the best ideology that's we've come up with so far, it's far from perfect.



The dishonest pricing I refer to are the false promotions. One day a product is £x. Then next it is £2x, then suddenly it is £x/2 and half price. John Lewis is dishonest claiming never knowingly undersold and they know they are and do not lower prices for everyone on a price match. Even when they know other shops sell at a lower price they do not automatically lower prices and force others to ask for a price match. They even refuse ligitimate price match requests.

infowight

How this is almost 700° is beyond me! The Morrisons deal is far better!


It is... or was... but only if you have a Morrisons in your neck of the woods. Not all of us do.
cs95aam

That must have been two smaller packs of 16 for £5. Not the same thing.



Yeah, not the same thing.. you get more for less money.
My favourites
With this offer you are really spoiling us.
Tacky, TOWIEs will like them
The Morrisons deal was a better offer, those arguing about a crappy plastic container are just being pedantic the chocolates themselves are individual its not like you are buying a bar, if you are happy paying the same price for less then you clearly lose the point of a site that offers value for money, if the price was for 50 individual chocolates vs 24 in a box would you still be extolling the virtue of the container that goes in the bin ? i doubt it.
24 pieces for £5
or
32 pieces for £5
I'm off to the ambassador's for new years' so will grab some for the party. Hot.
Don't do the shopping personally, but when I go up there i find it all a big con 80% of tickets are yellow offer tickets, says it all really...

most of it when you actually think about it is not a good price, QUID QUID, reality is should be 69p.. :P
During checkout of my Morrison's delivery this week, at the Flash Sale page a box of 16 was £1.98. This is the best per unit price I have seen for a long time. Received the six boxes last night and yes I was charged £1.98 each.
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