Great Fireworks at affordable prices @ Lidl!
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Great Fireworks at affordable prices @ Lidl!

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Found 8th Oct 2009
Lidl have teamed up with TNT Fireworks this year to offer a great range of variety for all the family...

2 Selection Boxes - £4.99 - £14.99
3 Candle Batteries - £4.99 - £9.99
2 Rocket Packs - £4.99 - £9.99

They are going on sale on 15/10/2009 - onwards...
The special deals they are doing with the fireworks such as 2 for £16 on roman candles etc....

18 Comments

Oh no, I hadn't realised it was close to that time of year when local kids acquire cheap and not so cheap fireworks and terrorise neighbourhoods, including animals, suffer the most awful and avoidable injuries as well as add to global warming. I'd prefer to ban them, except from public shows, as time has shown that people cannot be trusted to use such dangerous products with integrity and safely.

Not voting either way, but hope that these are kept away from brats on the street etc,.

Banned

equalityforall;6516145

Oh no, I hadn't realised it was close to that time of year when local … Oh no, I hadn't realised it was close to that time of year when local kids acquire cheap and not so cheap fireworks and terrorise neighbourhoods, including animals, suffer the most awful and avoidable injuries as well as add to global warming. I'd prefer to ban them, except from public shows, as time has shown that people cannot be trusted to use such dangerous products with integrity and safely.Not voting either way, but hope that these are kept away from brats on the street etc,.



That mad post somehow becomes even funnier when I look at your username

Mascherano;6516192

That mad post somehow becomes even funnier when I look at your username



:-D:-D:-D:-D:w00t: LOL

I am a bit of a bam humbug when it comes to these as my poor dog is completely traumatised at that time of the year. She is a right state when these start going off and its horrible for most pets.

But this is a deals site and am voting hot for your deal

Great deal, funny how in a country obsessed with health and safety kids can run around firing small explosives at each other at all hours 12 months a year:thumbsup::x:w00t:

equalityforall;6516145

Oh no, I hadn't realised it was close to that time of year when local … Oh no, I hadn't realised it was close to that time of year when local kids acquire cheap and not so cheap fireworks and terrorise neighbourhoods, including animals, suffer the most awful and avoidable injuries as well as add to global warming. I'd prefer to ban them, except from public shows, as time has shown that people cannot be trusted to use such dangerous products with integrity and safely.Not voting either way, but hope that these are kept away from brats on the street etc,.



What area do you live in :shock:

Not voting either way, but personally these should be banned, and only organised displays from your local council should be allowed. too many people get hurt every year because of stupid people.

Mascherano;6516192

That mad post somehow becomes even funnier when I look at your username


Thats the funniest commment I've read on here for some time....:w00t:
I have a dog - she hates it too, BUT I put the fun that hundreds of thousands of kids have (without any injuries) above her for a couple of nights.
My postman (or his coat) upsets my dog on a far more regular basis, maybe we should ban them!
Organised events are safer though and probably the way forward - but there's nothing like lighting that Megarocket touch paper is there dads!?!

great deal!

Lidl fireworks are constructed to look like proper display cakes but are really disappointing when you light them.
They do sell some nice bleach spray though.

bonecrusher9000;6516435

What area do you live in :shock:



live in the midlands, England, why do you ask? I've seen too many horrific injuries stemming from firework abuse by children to now wish that they'd only be used safely by adults or at supervised parties. I don't live in the safest of places, nor where kids are as respectful of others as they could be, and fireworks seem to encourage elderly people nearby to become more frightened.

Voted Hot.

Good prices - had Lidl cakes last year and they were good.
No selection box is ever worth it unless its a barrage pack - so I wouldnt touch the Lidl ones.

Voted hot for the cakes though....

Love my fireworks, as the person above said....nothing like lighting the mega rocket in the garden

People say each year my perfectly safe, fire and fireworks in the garden are a lot better than any council run event. Maybe the fireworks aren't as big but the atmosphere on the evening and the friends all together having a private party can't be beat. Just wish the idiots would leave fireworks alone so that people dont want them banned. Yet another thing this country will loose soon.

Dave91;6522202

Voted Hot.Love my fireworks, as the person above said....nothing like … Voted Hot.Love my fireworks, as the person above said....nothing like lighting the mega rocket in the garden People say each year my perfectly safe, fire and fireworks in the garden are a lot better than any council run event. Maybe the fireworks aren't as big but the atmosphere on the evening and the friends all together having a private party can't be beat. Just wish the idiots would leave fireworks alone so that people dont want them banned. Yet another thing this country will loose soon.



Agreed, my best bonfires have been at huge social parties, organised privately, much better atmosphere. I can foresee a time when fireworks may be more restricted - if only there weren't so many accidents, we could keep the status quo.

Hot for me but it's worth mentioning that these are different fireworks to those sold in Lidl in previous years. The previous brand was Cosmic and they were very good for the money (probably the best out of the supermarkets).

Regarding the fireworks debate: My local fireworks displays are full of chav kids trying to start a fight with people.

Bon fire night is one of my favourite nights of the year and just because some people aren't responsible, it doesn't mean they should be able to take the fun away from sensible people.

Netto are also selling some fireworks at a reasonable price, so if you dont have a Lidl near you, you can always try Netto

I bought a £15.99 Blazing Sky pack from my local LIDL and it was not worth the money I paid. Most of the fireworks were simple toddlers stuff...although the box says Blazing Sky...I could hardly see any of them going above 1 meter height......dissappointed.......

Anyone got a scan of a leaflet or anything?

scan of leaflet??
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