Mars Celebrations at a celebration price perhaps £2 (Prime Pantry) @ Amazon
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Mars Celebrations at a celebration price perhaps £2 (Prime Pantry) @ Amazon

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Found 15th Jun
Visiting some relatives abroad who's chocolate manufacturers are not to their taste and who have a addiction to mars celebrations. given that I bring a lot each trip had a scout round and Amazon Pantry had the cartons at 2 quid as everyone else had just now but noticed it was the 380g one not the 240 that's on offer elsewhere. Couldn't find any cheap tubs but this seems a good deal to me. be gentle . first post of a long time lurker . it's a pantry price so unless you are ordering in bulk like me, you need to want other groceries. There’s a £2.99 delivery fee per large box of groceries. I needed some of the items that give you free delivery so if you don't then delivery is too expensive just for a box or two. they have just arrived and are the bigger box even though the price per kilo on the page is for the smaller one. I think this is prob an error. it's meant to be the smaller one.

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Original Poster

Meant to add. it's a pantry price so unless you are ordering in bulk like me, you need to want other groceries. I needed some of the items that give you free delivery so if you don't then delivery is too expensive just for a box or two. they have just arrived and are the bigger box even though the price per kilo on the page is for the smaller one. I think this is prob an error. it's meant to be the smaller one.

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collectorcol

'There’s a £2.99 delivery fee for the first box and 99p for each ad … 'There’s a £2.99 delivery fee for the first box and 99p for each additional box in the same order'.



​posts crossed. yes I got free delivery as I needed other items that qualified.

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collectorcol

'There’s a £2.99 delivery fee for the first box and 99p for each ad … 'There’s a £2.99 delivery fee for the first box and 99p for each additional box in the same order'.



​that delivery is for a full box of groceries not a box of chocs thou. best to treat this as an add on item if you are not an addict like my uncle.

£2 in Iceland

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purplejones13

£2 in Iceland


for the 380g size? just about everyone has the smaller one reduced from 3 to 2.00

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purplejones13

£2 in Iceland


just checked thats the smaller size

Which country has worse chocolate than Britain?

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zizzles

Which country has worse chocolate than Britain?



​Canada. but they are in their 70s and actually like and miss the good old UK "chocolate". I prefer Swiss but last time I was there , they had done something to the Lindt which was not nice. Did wonder if they add something to prevent it liquidising In heavy heat or something.
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