Half Price Christmas wrapping paper at Boots INSTORE - £1.50
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Half Price Christmas wrapping paper at Boots INSTORE - £1.50

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Found 26th Dec 2011
As part of Boot's 1/2 price sale on Christmas and gift items, all of their Christmas wrapping paper has been reduced instore. Many are being sold at £1.50 with original prices at £3 for a 4meter roll with the gift labels at 50p and 75p.

It's a great buy and will keep until next year!!

THIS DEAL CAN ONLY BE PURCHASED IN BOOTS STORES AND NOT ON THEIR WEBSITE!

13 Comments

10meter rolls in the 99p shop at 50p!!

BOOTS are always a rip-off

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MrRee

10meter rolls in the 99p shop at 50p!!BOOTS are always a rip-off



It's good quality though - the 10meter rolls at 50p will just break when trying to wrap presents and never look too nice Boots might be a bit more expensive, but it's worth it in the end!

I have to say ... the 50p Roll from the 99p shop is fantastic stuff ......... of great quality.

VERY annoying, that I couldn't find ANY wrapping paper on the Boots site today when ordering christmas cards, tags etc for next year. they had everything but paper.

10x3 meter rolls for £1 in card factory too, its not too bad either

It's been this price for weeks...

6m rolls were 37p at B&Q before Christmas in the 75% off sale and it ain't crap stuff either

SubaruWRX

6m rolls were 37p at B&Q before Christmas in the 75% off sale and it … 6m rolls were 37p at B&Q before Christmas in the 75% off sale and it ain't crap stuff either



Yes I agree its great quality. Had designs suitable for birthdays too not just Christmas.

Banned

errr ... if case you havent realised christmas finished YESTERDAY

you would have to be pretty sad to store this away for 12months to save 50p

Plenty of the boots paper as in a previous post is ideal for birthday pressies so is a great deal!

Ray Davies

errr ... if case you havent realised christmas finished YESTERDAY you … errr ... if case you havent realised christmas finished YESTERDAY you would have to be pretty sad to store this away for 12months to save 50p


So does this mean that after you finish wrapping your presents for Xmas you throw whatever paper you have left over...???

who on earth decided that 1.50 was a good price to reduce it to to try and get rid!!?!?!?! Same person who did the same in John Lewis I reckon! Who's going to buy that!!!!!

Wrapping presents is a waste of wrapping paper!!!!
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