Gin & Tonic Gift Pack £10.99 - Iceland
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Gin & Tonic Gift Pack £10.99 - Iceland

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Found 11th Nov
Assorted Britvic Tonics with 5cl Beefeater, Tanqueray, Greenall’s & Martin Miller’s Gin.

Someone posted a Fever Tree set similar to this the other day for £12, but go Britvic and it will save you a quid.

Used a £10 voucher from signing up to Iceland Bingo to make this 99p. Mother in law sorted for Christmas!

In store but probably online too?

This was in the Havant store but I’m sure it will be nationwide, although in the Portsmouth store last weekend their Christmas sets ‘weren’t out yet’ despite this being in he Havant store for weeks

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As I said in the fever tree thread, I would prefer to pay the extra quid for much better tonic, but this is an okay price if you like Britvic.
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Thanks for sharing @MikeyyHorrell Also available online so popped a link in

To get the bingo voucher you have to make a deposit and spend it on games. It's not a free £10 voucher!
Edited by: "dlm136" 11th Nov

As I said in the fever tree thread, I would prefer to pay the extra quid for much better tonic, but this is an okay price if you like Britvic.

This is like giving some one a starter and saying sorry main course is off go do one! If you're thinking of buying this as a present, pay for it drink it before you get out of the store and then go back and get a large bottle, I do this every week, I obviously know a lot of people with birthday's.

fishmaster15 m ago

This is like giving some one a starter and saying sorry main course is off …This is like giving some one a starter and saying sorry main course is off go do one! If you're thinking of buying this as a present, pay for it drink it before you get out of the store and then go back and get a large bottle, I do this every week, I obviously know a lot of people with birthday's.


Do you know many people without birthdays ?

blowbrown3 m ago

Do you know many people without birthdays ?


I can't remember.

Bad value, you're paying a fiver for the packaging.

There is a slightly smaller one in bnm bargains for 8.99
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Edited by: "bradp2" 11th Nov

konkywonky1 h, 35 m ago

Bad value, you're paying a fiver for the packaging.

If you buy the miniatures in Asda they are £3 each which is £12 + the tonic + packaging. Reasonable value.

banjomike2 h, 24 m ago

If you buy the miniatures in Asda they are £3 each which is £12 + the t …If you buy the miniatures in Asda they are £3 each which is £12 + the tonic + packaging. Reasonable value.


So because ASDA charge £60 a litre for miniatures it makes this a good deal? Being generous the tonic is probably £2 worth, so you are paying £9 for 200 ml of gin (£45 a litre)

Beefeater is regularly £18 a litre
Tanqueray is regularly £20 a litre
Greenall’s is regularly £16 a litre
Martin Miller’s Gin is regularly £22 a litre

None of these gins are unique, they are all very similar. Where is the bargain?

konkywonky11 h, 51 m ago

So because ASDA charge £60 a litre for miniatures it makes this a good …So because ASDA charge £60 a litre for miniatures it makes this a good deal? Being generous the tonic is probably £2 worth, so you are paying £9 for 200 ml of gin (£45 a litre)Beefeater is regularly £18 a litreTanqueray is regularly £20 a litreGreenall’s is regularly £16 a litre Martin Miller’s Gin is regularly £22 a litreNone of these gins are unique, they are all very similar. Where is the bargain?


You can’t compare a miniature to a litre bottle. Would you refuse to buy a slice of cake in a cafe for £2 because you can get the whole cake for a fiver in the supermarket? A miniature is a cheap way of finding out if you like something before splashing out on a full size bottle. They are also handy to pack in hand luggage for flights/hotels (or to sneak in to posh weddings ).
TBF most people buying these will be buying them as gifts. Much nicer than a bottle of Beefeater and a bottle of Britvic stuffed in a gift bag IMO.
Edited by: "blowbrown" 12th Nov

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blowbrown12th Nov

You can’t compare a miniature to a litre bottle. Would you refuse to buy a …You can’t compare a miniature to a litre bottle. Would you refuse to buy a slice of cake in a cafe for £2 because you can get the whole cake for a fiver in the supermarket? A miniature is a cheap way of finding out if you like something before splashing out on a full size bottle. They are also handy to pack in hand luggage for flights/hotels (or to sneak in to posh weddings ). TBF most people buying these will be buying them as gifts. Much nicer than a bottle of Beefeater and a bottle of Britvic stuffed in a gift bag IMO.



My thoughts exactly. Thank you. Some comments make you regret even posting in the first place.
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