Galaxy Golden Eggs Bag, 72 g, Pack of 22 - £16.50 (Prime) / £21.25 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Galaxy Golden Eggs Bag, 72 g, Pack of 22 - £16.50 (Prime) / £21.25 (non Prime) at Amazon

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mancuk8756 m ago

tbh i dont understand how this is good value its 75p a bag ther in the co …tbh i dont understand how this is good value its 75p a bag ther in the co op for £1 so ur saving a bit of money but having to buy 22 of them???????????????????????


Goody bags for a child's birthday party? Easter egg hunt for a group of kids? Or maybe for someone who just likes these things and is a bit of a pig? A 25% saving on an in-store price is exactly what HUKD is all about!
mancuk8736 m ago

the saving isnt the point im making so if u walked past these in the shop …the saving isnt the point im making so if u walked past these in the shop and they were 75p would u feel compelled to then buy 22 of them? really?????


You seem a bit too agitated by this! All I can say is if I was in a situation as I suggested in my earlier post (where I wanted several bags of sweets for a child's party or whatever) then yes I would buy them and I would appreciate paying 25% less than the normal per-bag price.
mancuk8752 m ago

the saving isnt the point im making so if u walked past these in the shop …the saving isnt the point im making so if u walked past these in the shop and they were 75p would u feel compelled to then buy 22 of them? really?????


So you buy toilet roll one roll at a time? It's called bulk buying , the expiration dates are more than likely atleast 2 months so that's a bag every 2-3 days minimum , don't see the problem for the stated 25% price reduction
Works out at £10.42/kg.

You can buy 2 for £1.50 at Asda for the same price or better still Iceland has 340g for £3 (£8.82/kg).

Poor deal.
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tbh i dont understand how this is good value its 75p a bag ther in the co op for £1 so ur saving a bit of money but having to buy 22 of them???????????????????????
"Here you can describe the deal in your owner words"
Donna worry, solo cattiva traduzione di google IT>EN
mancuk8756 m ago

tbh i dont understand how this is good value its 75p a bag ther in the co …tbh i dont understand how this is good value its 75p a bag ther in the co op for £1 so ur saving a bit of money but having to buy 22 of them???????????????????????


Goody bags for a child's birthday party? Easter egg hunt for a group of kids? Or maybe for someone who just likes these things and is a bit of a pig? A 25% saving on an in-store price is exactly what HUKD is all about!
SFJnet38 m ago

Goody bags for a child's birthday party? Easter egg hunt for a group of …Goody bags for a child's birthday party? Easter egg hunt for a group of kids? Or maybe for someone who just likes these things and is a bit of a pig? A 25% saving on an in-store price is exactly what HUKD is all about!



the saving isnt the point im making so if u walked past these in the shop and they were 75p would u feel compelled to then buy 22 of them? really?????
mancuk8736 m ago

the saving isnt the point im making so if u walked past these in the shop …the saving isnt the point im making so if u walked past these in the shop and they were 75p would u feel compelled to then buy 22 of them? really?????


You seem a bit too agitated by this! All I can say is if I was in a situation as I suggested in my earlier post (where I wanted several bags of sweets for a child's party or whatever) then yes I would buy them and I would appreciate paying 25% less than the normal per-bag price.
mancuk8752 m ago

the saving isnt the point im making so if u walked past these in the shop …the saving isnt the point im making so if u walked past these in the shop and they were 75p would u feel compelled to then buy 22 of them? really?????


So you buy toilet roll one roll at a time? It's called bulk buying , the expiration dates are more than likely atleast 2 months so that's a bag every 2-3 days minimum , don't see the problem for the stated 25% price reduction
Works out at £10.42/kg.

You can buy 2 for £1.50 at Asda for the same price or better still Iceland has 340g for £3 (£8.82/kg).

Poor deal.
m5rcc24 m ago

Works out at £10.42/kg. You can buy 2 for £1.50 at Asda for the same price …Works out at £10.42/kg. You can buy 2 for £1.50 at Asda for the same price or better still Iceland has 340g for £3 (£8.82/kg).Poor deal.


The huge bag in Iceland is full of small bags of eggs too. Very handy.
There’s a better deal on the creme eggs, 48 for £15 quid
richardhartley5011 m ago

There’s a better deal on the creme eggs, 48 for £15 quid


I see you just posted it and now it's disappeared? What's that haps Richie H??
richardhartley5036 m ago

There’s a better deal on the creme eggs, 48 for £15 quid


They aren't dairy milk any more, crappy American chocolate now
richardhartley501 h, 28 m ago

There’s a better deal on the creme eggs, 48 for £15 quid


So a completely different product
Turret1 h, 5 m ago

So a completely different product


I dont get why this post has became so negative... everybody calm down and have some choc choc.
m5rcc6 h, 25 m ago

Works out at £10.42/kg. You can buy 2 for £1.50 at Asda for the same price …Works out at £10.42/kg. You can buy 2 for £1.50 at Asda for the same price or better still Iceland has 340g for £3 (£8.82/kg).Poor deal.


Thanks for making my life easier. I was just about to do some calculations and compare it with the one in iceland.
mancuk8721 h, 16 m ago

the saving isnt the point im making so if u walked past these in the shop …the saving isnt the point im making so if u walked past these in the shop and they were 75p would u feel compelled to then buy 22 of them? really?????


No, probably more like 44... or just as many as I could before A/ the shop ran out of B/ my moneyor
ITMA1 h, 33 m ago

You can, if you like.I prefer to keep my distance from the people who …You can, if you like.I prefer to keep my distance from the people who throng those places.


Irrelevant to me either way - merely stating that the same product is cheaper elsewhere.
mancuk8714th Mar

the saving isnt the point im making so if u walked past these in the shop …the saving isnt the point im making so if u walked past these in the shop and they were 75p would u feel compelled to then buy 22 of them? really?????


...does no one else do this? I'm a chocolate fan
Cold everyone ignoring its cheaper in Iceland as mentioned.....
jmn1609199015th Mar

No, probably more like 44... or just as many as I could before A/ the shop …No, probably more like 44... or just as many as I could before A/ the shop ran out of B/ my moneyor



CaiGuy14th Mar

So you buy toilet roll one roll at a time? It's called bulk buying , the …So you buy toilet roll one roll at a time? It's called bulk buying , the expiration dates are more than likely atleast 2 months so that's a bag every 2-3 days minimum , don't see the problem for the stated 25% price reduction


hotukdeals.com/dea…754


there u go quick go and buy 44 bags
mancuk871 h, 57 m ago

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/2-packs-of-mini-eggs-including-daim-oreo-creme-egg-dairy-milk-kinder-galaxy-golden-eggs-150-asda-2913754there u go fatty


I'm underweight...so thanks
Katanaqui1 h, 37 m ago

I'm underweight...so thanks


I didn't mean it in a mean way btw but with the comment it had to be said if u buy then till the shop runs out
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