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Kellogg's CoCo Pops, 375g box, 50p at poundstretcher
Kellogg's CoCo Pops, 375g box, 50p at poundstretcher

Kellogg's CoCo Pops, 375g box, 50p at poundstretcher

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Over £2 for smaller 295g box at the supermarkets.
375g box of CoCo Pops for 50p

I saw these at the StHelens store

Also- grill mates burger mix- 10p. Had some when it was free on checkoutsmart ages ago, it was nice, so I got a few

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Great price.

Worth mentioning a few times.

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backinstock

Great price.Worth mentioning a few times.



I'm on the phone app lol- did it multi-post?
Not really a deal as such, but reminds me of a tv programme...

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Everytime I see these poundstretcher deals on here I can never find any in my local....sooooooooo annoying!!!

I'd rather have a bowl of....Porridge.
No, these are yummy thanks for posting.

I seen some frosted shreddies for the same price, but the best before date was March 2017 oO

Trouble is you only find these reduced bargains in shops who don't have much footfall thus the product gies out of date before they sell them.

Only twice have I been lucky to get any bargains offered at Poundstrechers from messages on Hduk.​

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robin5858

Trouble is you only find these reduced bargains in shops who don't have … Trouble is you only find these reduced bargains in shops who don't have much footfall thus the product gies out of date before they sell them.Only twice have I been lucky to get any bargains offered at Poundstrechers from messages on Hduk.​



Interesting theory. I've not specifically noticed these 10p poundstretcher deals at higher prices instore, and given that so many ( from seeing other posts) of the 10p/25p deals are available / advertised online... I'm wondering if it's more likely these deals originate from a central warehouse? If so, wouldn't stores be allocated a certain amount? In which case, the reverse would be true, that it was the quieter stores to have more stock? Just a thought. I find it a fascinating way of bringing customers in, and delivering them a bargain. Love their strategy of merchandising the 10p priced stock in an unfeatured way. If they put them all in one place, it's leaving the way open for 'smash and grab' shoppers, but this way, it encourages shoppers to browse. I find it quite genius.
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