Halloween Treat Bucket just 50p @ Wilko (Add-On Item £20 spend required + £2 C&C)
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Halloween Treat Bucket just 50p @ Wilko (Add-On Item £20 spend required + £2 C&C)

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Posted 2nd Oct
Trick-o-Treat fest is just around the corner, and you need your wares ready for it.

Its an add-on item, so you'd need a basket of £20 or pick it in store.

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Our Halloween treat buckets are perfect when your little monsters are going trick-or-treating. Or it's perfect for serving up sinister sweets when you get trick-or-treaters calling at your home! These bucket are available in three colours (black, orange and purple) with different designs - collect them all!

Also at Asda for 47p if thats more convenient.

Hope it helps someone.
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marty-40102/10/2019 18:39

Just get them a £1 builders bucket from Asda... You can still use it …Just get them a £1 builders bucket from Asda... You can still use it afterwards for washing the car etc.


But the spirit of Halloween requires us to pile landfill with as much useless plastic tat as possible
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Great deal....
Shouldn't it say the British 'guising' rather than the American 'trick or treat'?
Perhaps that's why it's reduced!
Just get them a £1 builders bucket from Asda... You can still use it afterwards for washing the car etc.
marty-40102/10/2019 18:39

Just get them a £1 builders bucket from Asda... You can still use it …Just get them a £1 builders bucket from Asda... You can still use it afterwards for washing the car etc.


Would be hard to find enough sweets to fill that, no
marty-40102/10/2019 18:39

Just get them a £1 builders bucket from Asda... You can still use it …Just get them a £1 builders bucket from Asda... You can still use it afterwards for washing the car etc.


But the spirit of Halloween requires us to pile landfill with as much useless plastic tat as possible
Tesco also has Halloween treat buckets for 50p
This is such throwaway junk. It won't degrade. It'll end up in a landfill to be slowly weathered down to microplastic. All for 50p. What's wrong with making it out of bamboo or reed, or anything that'll eventually disappear?
Gordon_Bennett02/10/2019 23:36

This is such throwaway junk. It won't degrade. It'll end up in a landfill …This is such throwaway junk. It won't degrade. It'll end up in a landfill to be slowly weathered down to microplastic. All for 50p. What's wrong with making it out of bamboo or reed, or anything that'll eventually disappear?

If I saw a kid with a bamboo bucket on Halloween then then trick is already on them
dribspak02/10/2019 23:58

If I saw a kid with a bamboo bucket on Halloween then then trick is …If I saw a kid with a bamboo bucket on Halloween then then trick is already on them


Lol your comment made me chuckle, but I don't see why it's so bad. Tbh, it was the first thing that came to my head. I've to see compressed bamboo crockery and cutlery which has astounded me.
Trick or treats a load of old rubbish anyway.

And even more disturbing these days is grown adults getting dressed up and crap for the stupid fake non-occasion.
Halloween will be a particularly depressing event this year if the gammons get their way. Maybe they'll put these over their heads to continue to hide from the reality of what they've done.
Edited by: "Besford" 3rd Oct
Besford03/10/2019 09:04

Halloween will be a particularly depressing event this year if the gammons …Halloween will be a particularly depressing event this year if the gammons get their way. Maybe they'll put these over their heads to continue to hide from the reality of what they've done.


are you trying to make a kids halloween bucket political?
JoyJ195103/10/2019 09:18

are you trying to make a kids halloween bucket political?



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JoyJ195103/10/2019 09:18

are you trying to make a kids halloween bucket political?


If the bucket fits...............
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