Giant Cadburys Flake Easter Egg £3.00 NETTO *instore only*
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Giant Cadburys Flake Easter Egg £3.00 NETTO *instore only*

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LocalFound 19th Mar 2016
Giant Cadburys Flake Easter Egg £3.00 NETTO *instore only* spotted in Ormskirk but asked the manager and they are nationwide be quick and grab a giant egg quick
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Where?
Instore where??
Link takes you to Netto Homepage. I'm guessing Netto.
Ormskirk of course
And so begins the easter egg hunt...
Original Poster
in the description I have stated Ormskirk but it is nationwide in Netto
Original Poster
Amended now I did put in the merchant box Netto but I didnt know it wasnt gonna show but I have now added ot to the totle and description
When you say Giant, how gigantic are we talking rob, talk to me, tell me about this egg
Original Poster
bigger than the large its the one with ribbon handle usually between 6-8 pound in the shops
The size of the actual egg in the Cadbury 'Giant / XL' "ribbon handle" products is the same as their 'Large' eggs: 200g. What makes them classed as 'giant' is the box size and including 3 choc bars rather than 2 in the 'Large' products.

2 exceptions: the below Cadbury products are 300g eggs. These are angular boxes rather than curved, and don't feature a "ribbon handle".

515g Dairy Milk (includes two sharing bars)
groceries.asda.com/asd…tml

497g Creme Egg (includes 5 creme eggs)
groceries.asda.com/asd…tml

Hope that helps
Edited by: "Dealer4" 19th Mar 2016
Dealer you are king egg. Anyone know were theres decent creme egg variants, im not paying £8 for one
Never heard of netto
Oh reopening netto stores!. Leeds is the closet. Our netto is now a lidl. One stop has egg plus 2 choc bars for £5. One egg was £5 today in Morrison's. So one stop is cheaper than Morrison's, and anywhere else I've seen :-)
Still selling Easter Eggs? In the old days they used to clear them day before Easter, These companies are getting tighter and tighter
Sainsbury has a joint venture with Netto (Danish owned). Netto pulled out of the UK market a few years ago and some of their sites were picked up by Morrisons to compete with Tesco Metro and Sainsburys local.That experiment failed.
Georgedeals

Still selling Easter Eggs? In the old days they used to clear them day … Still selling Easter Eggs? In the old days they used to clear them day before Easter, These companies are getting tighter and tighter



The deal is from 4 weeks ago.
These eggs are amazing because they use the same chocolate as a Cadbury's Flake for the actual egg!
Schwarzenegger

These eggs are amazing because they use the same chocolate as a Cadbury's … These eggs are amazing because they use the same chocolate as a Cadbury's Flake for the actual egg!



IKR!
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