Limited Edition Cadbury Snowy Fingers 230G half price £1.24 - Tesco & Sainsbury’s
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Limited Edition Cadbury Snowy Fingers 230G half price £1.24 - Tesco & Sainsbury’s

£1.24£2.50 50% Tesco Deals
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Found 14th Oct
Limited Edition Cadbury Snowy Fingers 230G half price £1.24 instead of £2.50 @ Tesco & Sainsbury’s

Crisp Biscuits Partly Covered in White Chocolate and Milk Chocolate.

The best of both!
If you can’t decide between Cadbury Dairy Milk fingers and white chocolate fingers, then these snowy fingers are a festive dream come true! Every finger is covered in Milk and White Chocolate.

Covered in Cadbury dairy milk & white chocolate
Suitable for vegetarians


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29 Comments

Didn't realise this is a mobile deal.

Original Poster

szaman8116 m ago

Didn't realise this is a mobile deal.


What do you mean by mobile deal

Op you've put the nsfw filter on, the thumb nail well be obscured when people browse hukd
Edited by: "Maevoric" 14th Oct

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Maevoric54 s ago

Op you've put the nsfw filter on, the thumb nail well be obscured when …Op you've put the nsfw filter on, the thumb nail well be obscured when people browse hukd


What is that I don’t know

19DembaBa195 m ago

What is that I don’t know


No worries, looks like a moderator has done it for you
Edited by: "Maevoric" 14th Oct

Original Poster

Maevoric3 m ago

No worries, looks like a moderator has done it for you


Thanks anyway

Did they manually adjust the price,?

Original Poster

MR11238 m ago

Did they manually adjust the price,?


Yeah they charged £2.50 then cancelled the price because I told them it says £1.24 on the shelf then they charged me at a reduced price £1.24. Now I’m thinking I should’ve got more than 2

19DembaBa1919 m ago

Yeah they charged £2.50 then cancelled the price because I told them it …Yeah they charged £2.50 then cancelled the price because I told them it says £1.24 on the shelf then they charged me at a reduced price £1.24. Now I’m thinking I should’ve got more than 2


I think you got lucky, it happens when they don't update the price, mostly likely it's been updated to £2.50 now and I think you realise this?

I am not going there.

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MR112343 m ago

I think you got lucky, it happens when they don't update the price, mostly …I think you got lucky, it happens when they don't update the price, mostly likely it's been updated to £2.50 now and I think you realise this?


No it said £1.24 on the shelf and there’s 2 more boxes of these on the shelf so I don’t think they will change the price to £2.50 I think it will be national at all Tesco’s because it will be reduced everywhere

its also £1.24 at sainsburrys too

19DembaBa191 h, 41 m ago

No it said £1.24 on the shelf and there’s 2 more boxes of these on the sh …No it said £1.24 on the shelf and there’s 2 more boxes of these on the shelf so I don’t think they will change the price to £2.50 I think it will be national at all Tesco’s because it will be reduced everywhere


You should have been paid to take the two boxes away - well 4p! Tesco, as far as I know, still offer Double the Difference. If they charge a higher price at the checkout than what was on the shelf edge label, they reimburse you twice the difference.

You can get these for 79p for 330g in Home Bargains. They are in a yellow packet marked broken/mishapen finger biscuits. But they are definitely from Cadbury and the biscuits all look fine to me - and they are half milk chocolate/half white chocolate. At least the packet I bought today were. A little sweet, like a kinder egg with a biscuit in the middle.

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coss91 h, 38 m ago

You should have been paid to take the two boxes away - well 4p! Tesco, as …You should have been paid to take the two boxes away - well 4p! Tesco, as far as I know, still offer Double the Difference. If they charge a higher price at the checkout than what was on the shelf edge label, they reimburse you twice the difference.


I didn’t know that so your saying I should’ve been paid to buy these how does that work

19DembaBa196 h, 18 m ago

I didn’t know that so your saying I should’ve been paid to buy these how do …I didn’t know that so your saying I should’ve been paid to buy these how does that work


When you tell them of the pricing error, they normally try and hunt down the label. Sometimes you need to ask for "Double the Difference" as the staff genuinely don't know (e.g. students who are working an evening or weekend job), but some staff are sneaky (managers, grumpy people) and say you need to ask for it - this isn't true by the way as I checked with Tesco Customer Services via Twitter.

In your case:
Price on shelf edge label: £1.24
Price put through checkout: £2.50
Difference: £1.26
Double the Difference: £2.52
Less price paid: -£0.02

As you bought two, that should have been 4p.

A bit difficult to argue now you are out of the store, but at least you know for next time.

I've never been paid to take stuff away, but I have received a few 750g boxes of Kellogg's Crunchy Nut free, a discount on some earphones, a discount on an XBox game and a few free bags of Milkybar Eggs, so it has worked in the past
Edited by: "coss9" 15th Oct

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coss917 m ago

When you tell them of the pricing error, they normally try and hunt down …When you tell them of the pricing error, they normally try and hunt down the label. Sometimes you need to ask for "Double the Difference" as the staff genuinely don't know (e.g. students who are working an evening or weekend job), but some staff are sneaky (managers, grumpy people) and say you need to ask for it - this isn't true by the way as I checked with Tesco Customer Services via Twitter.In your case:Price on shelf edge label: £1.24Price put through checkout: £2.50Difference: £1.26Double the Difference: £2.52Less price paid: -£0.02As you bought two, that should have been 4p.A bit difficult to argue now you are out of the store, but at least you know for next time.I've never been paid to take stuff away, but I have received a few 750g boxes of Kellogg's Crunchy Nut free, a discount on some earphones, a discount on an XBox game and a few free bags of Milkybar Eggs, so it has worked in the past


Wow I didn’t know that thanks for telling me I’m going to go back today and buy more and tell them about double the difference and get it for free

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coss953 m ago

When you tell them of the pricing error, they normally try and hunt down …When you tell them of the pricing error, they normally try and hunt down the label. Sometimes you need to ask for "Double the Difference" as the staff genuinely don't know (e.g. students who are working an evening or weekend job), but some staff are sneaky (managers, grumpy people) and say you need to ask for it - this isn't true by the way as I checked with Tesco Customer Services via Twitter.In your case:Price on shelf edge label: £1.24Price put through checkout: £2.50Difference: £1.26Double the Difference: £2.52Less price paid: -£0.02As you bought two, that should have been 4p.A bit difficult to argue now you are out of the store, but at least you know for next time.I've never been paid to take stuff away, but I have received a few 750g boxes of Kellogg's Crunchy Nut free, a discount on some earphones, a discount on an XBox game and a few free bags of Milkybar Eggs, so it has worked in the past


So double the difference means they pay me £1.26 + £1.26 that’s £2.52 and also can I keep the item because it’s like a refund isn’t it.

When they do this do you have to go to customer service desk to speak to them for double the difference

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If I came home then saw the receipt and see a overcharge then can I go back the next day to get double the difference

19DembaBa191 h, 36 m ago

Wow I didn’t know that thanks for telling me I’m going to go back today and …Wow I didn’t know that thanks for telling me I’m going to go back today and buy more and tell them about double the difference and get it for free


If the staff were doing their job properly, then they will have corrected the shelf edge label, so you won't be able to receive Double the Difference - just half price biscuits
Edited by: "coss9" 15th Oct

19DembaBa191 h, 0 m ago

So double the difference means they pay me £1.26 + £1.26 that’s £2.52 and a …So double the difference means they pay me £1.26 + £1.26 that’s £2.52 and also can I keep the item because it’s like a refund isn’t it.When they do this do you have to go to customer service desk to speak to them for double the difference


You can ask at the checkout if you haven't paid, or at customer services with the receipt

19DembaBa194 h, 22 m ago

If I came home then saw the receipt and see a overcharge then can I go …If I came home then saw the receipt and see a overcharge then can I go back the next day to get double the difference


Tesco may refuse if it's the next day. As I stated in my original reply, it's a bit more difficult to argue once you step out the store. You may end up with egg on your face. At the end of the day, it's not the law, and Tesco can choose whether or not to follow this policy.
Edited by: "coss9" 15th Oct

To many fingers.

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leechris829 h, 18 m ago

To many fingers.


Yes but in big families these fingers aren’t enough because everyone’s loves chocolate and licks their fingers

These were £1.35 from £2.70 In my sainsburys on Friday, so cheaper in Tesco. Great price, been waiting to get some for hampers

On their website these are still £2.50, it's the normal twin pack that are £1.24 not the snowy ones??
Edited by: "angie14" 16th Oct

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leechris8215th Oct

To many fingers.



That's what she said!

I thought I'd missed out on this but I've bought some from Tesco this morning for £1.25 as there was apparently an offer which finishes today (14/11)
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