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FREE Divine Fairtrade chocolates with every Oxfam Unwrapped gift (usually £5.50) @ Oxfam
FREE Divine Fairtrade chocolates with every Oxfam Unwrapped gift (usually £5.50) @ Oxfam

FREE Divine Fairtrade chocolates with every Oxfam Unwrapped gift (usually £5.50) @ Oxfam

A great addition to the Oxfam Unwrapped gifts. If, like me, you have a mum or MIL who has everything - and doesn't use what you DO give her! - then consider donating to charity in her name. This way, you can give to charity and still have some yummy chocolates sent to her for Mother's Day, for free. She'll receive a box of 8 Divine Milk Chocolate Nut Pralines, nom nom...

Also, this might seem cheeky when it comes to a charity, but there's 10% Quidco - and don't forget to GiftAid your purchase! (The offer ends 30 March 2011, but for some reason, HUKD keeps changing it to 31 March 2011.)

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Original Poster

Whoever made this cold is a real Scrooge...

Maybe because divine Chocolate tastes like advent calendar chocolate. I donated to comic relief, I have no guilt!

Original Poster

Divine Chocolate is lovely, it's where I get my advent calendar from, which was 10x nicer than the Cadbury's one the OH had.

Additionally, it's FREE chocolate if you are already considering getting a gift from Oxfam. Can't say much fairer than that.
Edited by: "Lyssie" 18th Mar 2011

I have just sold divine chocolate in my school to raise awareness for fair trade fortnight and it tastes really nice. Each to their own I guess but divine choc orange bar is yummmmmmm.

Wish 'sammyWOULDSTAYlost'. Amazed that anyone can vote a charitable deal cold because of the FREE chocolates that are delivered with it.

Anyway, GREAT DEAL that I'm happy to have spent my money on.

sunguy6

Wish 'sammyWOULDSTAYlost'. Amazed that anyone can vote a charitable deal … Wish 'sammyWOULDSTAYlost'. Amazed that anyone can vote a charitable deal cold because of the FREE chocolates that are delivered with it.



In all fairness the title of this thread is 'FREE Divine Fairtrade chocolates with every Oxfam Unwrapped gift'.

So the original poster explicitly suggests that it's the free chocolates that make this a hot deal.

Therefore it's completely valid to comment on the quality of the said chocolates.

ClashInDevon

Original Poster

Yep - and they are lovely :-) besides the fact that non-Fairtrade chocolate isn't a deal when you add on the guilt you should be feeling at not paying other workers a fair wage for a luxury product :-)
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