John Lewis Xmas Cube Hamper was £75 now £22.50 ( £24.50 Click & Collect -John Lewis Stores ) Probably nearer the right price...Great last minute xmas present... click & collect free £30
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John Lewis Xmas Cube Hamper was £75 now £22.50 ( £24.50 Click & Collect -John Lewis Stores ) Probably nearer the right price...Great last minute xmas present... click & collect free £30

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Found 22nd Dec 2015
Found this under hampers ......Not too bad for £22.50 ( certainly not worth the £75 original price ) ...but worth a punt for a last minute nicely presented pressie...

BE QUICK ....Showing More than 10 in stock when listed......

A Few Other hampers are available but they are only showing 50% off

The Cube Hamper Includes a variety of premium gourmet brands, the Christmas Cube hamper is presented in a felt cube...... this hamper has something for everyone.

Includes :-

Cabernet Sauvignon V9 Valle Central Chile 75cl 2014 13.5% vol
Sauvignon Blanc V9 Valle Central Chile 75cl 2014 12% vol
Mondovino Spicy Moroccan Seed and Nut Crackers 125g
Coco Pzazz Chilli & Ginger Milk Chocolate Drops 95g
Tyrrell's Tomato & Sweet Chilli Dip 300g
The Dormen Dry Roasted Peanuts 100g
Broderick Bros. Indulgent Tiffin 150g
Farhi Milk, Dark & White Chocolate Covered Hazelnuts 200g
Paddy & Scott's 'Chit, Chat' Dark Roasted Coffee Blend 56g

Click & Collect available from John Lewis Stores (ie Southampton)...not sure about Waitrose???? for £2 or free if you spend £30+

Also standard delivery charge of £3.50 or free if £50+ spend
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Don't like the fact John Lewis are charging for Click & Collect now. Probably still overpriced at £22.50, but undoubtedly a deal over the original price. Will keep an eye out in the other hampers, as sometimes better overall value once reduced enough.
Was just about to post about this
Just ordered one
Most the items look terrible
Looks excellent value at £22.50. Spend £30 and click and collect is free.
I would read the reviews before purchasing, they are very recent and not happy with the hampers
the_flamedeer_hunter1985

I would read the reviews before purchasing, they are very recent and not … I would read the reviews before purchasing, they are very recent and not happy with the hampers




Just doesn't have a lid ...but contents seem ok ...so worth a punt for £22.50...I think
Edited by: "gren05" 22nd Dec 2015
the_flamedeer_hunter1985

I would read the reviews before purchasing, they are very recent and not … I would read the reviews before purchasing, they are very recent and not happy with the hampers



Reviews or review? seems the only review as a problem with the lack of a lid and cant wrap the cube. Says the contents are "nice"
Plenty of hampers to choose from, including the chocolate cube. Saved me the dilemma of what to get for the parents this year. Hot from me.
Ordered. Heat added. Thanks!
Ordered with the Winter Warmer, great gift for older relatives now at realistic prices

Thanks OP
Not voting either way. Made my own food hamper its so easy. either buy a basket or get a box decorate it with nice paper, bulk out bottom with paper, add gently scruntched tissue paper. Add whatever contents you like. Add a few bows, drap a few bits of thin ribbon. Use a large amount of cellophane to cover either flattish on top or pull up and tie with elastic band then add a big bow and giftcard.
Its so much cheaper, personal, and easy. Bits can be obtained anywhere like cellophane Lidl, Tiger, Wilko( check still in stock) craft stores or even florists. Tissue paper, bows etc BM or HB, G&T Range.
For more posh gift get a basket from the range and decorate with black and gold theme.
You can make as cheaply or expensive as you want tailored to the persons recieving it.

Edited by: "pineapple12" 22nd Dec 2015
pineapple12

Not voting either way. Made my own food hamper its so easy. get a box … Not voting either way. Made my own food hamper its so easy. get a box decorate it with paper, bulk out bottom with paper, add gently scruntched tissue paper. Add whatever contents you like. Add a few bows, drap a few bits of thin ribbon. Use a large amount of cellophane to cover either flattish on top or pull up and tie with elastic band then add a big bow and giftcard.Its so much cheaper, personal, and easy. Bits can be obtained anywhere like cellophane Lidl, Tiger, Wilko( check still in stock) craft stores or even florists. Tissue paper, bows etc BM or HB, G&T Range.For more posh gift get a basket from the range and decorate with black and gold theme.You can make as cheaply or expensive as you want tailored to the persons recieving it.




Everyone to their own......Some people do not have the time...but hotukdeals is about finding a deal which MIGHT help others...to me this is a deal....& being from John Lewis always adds a certain amount of quality!!
pineapple12

Not voting either way. Made my own food hamper its so easy. get a box … Not voting either way. Made my own food hamper its so easy. get a box decorate it with paper, bulk out bottom with paper, add gently scruntched tissue paper. Add whatever contents you like. Add a few bows, drap a few bits of thin ribbon. Use a large amount of cellophane to cover either flattish on top or pull up and tie with elastic band then add a big bow and giftcard.Its so much cheaper, personal, and easy. Bits can be obtained anywhere like cellophane Lidl, Tiger, Wilko( check still in stock) craft stores or even florists. Tissue paper, bows etc BM or HB, G&T Range.For more posh gift get a basket from the range and decorate with black and gold theme.You can make as cheaply or expensive as you want tailored to the persons recieving it.



I look forward to seeing some of your deals?????????



Edited by: "gren05" 22nd Dec 2015
Unfortunately my local Waitrose store, Billericay is a shambles and has suspended its click and collect operations.
gren05

I look forward to seeing some of your deals?????????


No need to be nasty Im not having a go Im just saying an alternative. This is a great saving and worth posting and will look expensive because its from JL. However not voting either way because its expensive in relation to the contents.
pineapple12

No need to be nasty Im not having a go Im just saying an alternative. … No need to be nasty Im not having a go Im just saying an alternative. This is a great saving and worth posting and will look expensive because its from JL. However not voting either way because its expensive in relation to the contents.




My comment was not nasty ....but true.......
gren05

I look forward to seeing some of your deals?????????




No one is obliged to post deals, but everyone is entitled to an opinion.

Take criticism on the chin & carry on.
is there £20 worth of food there?
bojangles

is there £20 worth of food there?


Not really no... let alone £75! Who would pay that?!?
gren05

I look forward to seeing some of your deals?????????


Come on KIDS, behave. It seems a valid posting and a valid reply.
was the content really worth £75?
The wine alone must be worth at least a tenner. Of course it's worth £22.50. A nice storage box to boot!
still expensive if u break down the cost. Maybe it will go a bit further?!
Contents not worth it....
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Bought. Although had to pay 6.95 delivery to get it before christmas as no local stores had it in stock.
Love HUKD...but it brings out the best and worsed in people... me included
Happy fracking Christmas
Not worth it
Not voting either way. I normally just go to Asda, pick up 3 cans of value Kidney Beans, 3 packet soups, a Fray Bentos pie, mincemeat jar, some Werthers Originals, Cheesy Footballs, value Brandy Butter, a clementine and some nuts. Put them in a bag. Take bag home and simply put Sellotape around the bag. Voila, individual, wrapped, creative, personalised present. (Pro-Tip - turn the bag inside out before placing goods in there, so it doesn't look like an Asda bag, but home-made crepe plastic. )

*Only downside is the extra 10p you now have to spend on a plastic bag. But, it is Xmas. And she is my wife, so deserves that little dose of luxury.
the type of people that often shop at waitrose and John Lewis!
Joined Hotukdeals just to like Stopcha's effort!
Never knowingly undersold....Never quite sure how that has stacked up legally.
HOT. However limited store pick up for me, therefore no order placed.
Just bought one as don't know know what to get for the in laws, thanks for posting and a happy new year!
Brilliant - thanks OP.
Good saving from the original price and a quick last minute gift for the in-laws if thats what's required.

But as pointed out above making your own hamper is loads cheaper and more fun and the recepiant then gets what they like to eat.

We do one for my Mother in law. The basket was actually a JL hamper we bought her years ago. We pick it up and fill it with stuff from M&S, and local deli's, food markets etc getting loads of local produce so helping the local economy too. Probably spent £50 and its fit to bust, no padding required to make it look full!
Ordered but not looking forward to collectting from the Trafford Centre on 23rd December
Babbler

Not really no... let alone £75! Who would pay that?!?


Hardly anyone, hence why they are now heavily reduced!
That cake alone is "worth" £15 - £20 I believe. Wine I'm assuming £6-8 per bottle. So certainly a good deal if you're interested in this kind of thing.
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