Manuka Doctor Active Manuka Honey 18+ 250g £14 for TWO (£7 each) @ Holland & Barrett
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Manuka Doctor Active Manuka Honey 18+ 250g £14 for TWO (£7 each) @ Holland & Barrett

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Found 4th May 2017
Manuka Doctor Active Manuka Honey 18+ 250g is currently 50% off at Holland & Barrett so it's £13.99 instead of £27.99. But this is also part of the penny deal so if you add two, you get the other one for just a penny making it £14 total.

Expiry date is June 2017 so not much time there

Code 'WELCOME17' gives you free delivery.
Also 'SPRING55' gives £10 off £55.

So if for some reason you want to buy more, you can get 8 for
£13.99x4 + 0.01x4 - £10 = £46
effectively making them £46/8=£5.75 each.

Link to clearance:
hollandandbarrett.com/sho…ar/

Link to buy one get one for penny:
hollandandbarrett.com/sho…ale
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Very good price heat added X)
heat added thanks
Thanks and as honey technically never 'expires' the best before date is not really an issue
Thanx
I have absolutely no need for 8 jars of honey for £46. Bought them anyway. Thanks HUKD.
qwerta369

I have absolutely no need for 8 jars of honey for £46. Bought them … I have absolutely no need for 8 jars of honey for £46. Bought them anyway. Thanks HUKD.


Ha ha! I did the same!
Me too lol!
Out of stock
Oos
qwerta369

I have absolutely no need for 8 jars of honey for £46. Bought them … I have absolutely no need for 8 jars of honey for £46. Bought them anyway. Thanks HUKD.



Same here lol
Heat for the deal & the detailed explanation
oos
I was so annoyed when I saw this. I had put them in my basket and then went to grab some dinner...had some sorta weird sixth sense..came back to it being posted before I got to check out.
So annoying lol. Oh well. Win some ya lose some.
Damn, i am in the market to replenish my old soon to be finished manuka as well. DOH!.
please, you need understand that bees process any kind of sugar into honey. basically
rafale

please, you need understand that bees process any kind of sugar into … please, you need understand that bees process any kind of sugar into honey. basically



​Thanks....I think
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