Marvel Spider man filled activity tin was £16.99 now £5 plus 100 clubcard points @ Tesco Direct
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Marvel Spider man filled activity tin was £16.99 now £5 plus 100 clubcard points @ Tesco Direct

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Found 24th Nov 2015
No way would you pay £16.99 for this but £5 and 100 clubcard points seems a good stocking filler or something for the Christmas Eve box? You get a spider man tin, story book, colouring in book, activity book, 50 stickers, 4 felt tips pens and a double sided poster to colour in on one side. Also in the clubcard boost of you have any spare points left could potentially get it for £2.50 worth of points. Free click and collect in store and 1.5% Quidco possible too
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There's also a quite a few others,ordered an Olaf and Marvel Avengers, thanks for posting.
I think £5 is the normal price really as most places sell it for that No club card points but £4.24 at WHSMITHwhsmith.co.uk/pro…518
these have been in the works for months for a fiver with other varieties but extra points is worth heat from me :-)
Had a £4.50 voucher on my account (agonisingly short of being able to double up!) but grabbed a couple for the Xmas Eve boxes, the extra points definitely make it worthwhile
What's with this christmas eve box thing? This is the first year I've heard lots of mention of it. Seems to me to be a box of presents given to the child the day before they get even more presents. Seems a bit unneccesary.

Stocking fillers I understand as they get that on Christmas Day morning, but presents the day before, then a stocking and then even more presents seems way over the top to me.

This has been your daily bar humbug rant, look out for more throughout the next month. No doubt those bloody flamedeer will be here any time now!!!
Denziloshamen

What's with this christmas eve box thing? This is the first year I've … What's with this christmas eve box thing? This is the first year I've heard lots of mention of it. Seems to me to be a box of presents given to the child the day before they get even more presents. Seems a bit unneccesary.Stocking fillers I understand as they get that on Christmas Day morning, but presents the day before, then a stocking and then even more presents seems way over the top to me.This has been your daily bar humbug rant, look out for more throughout the next month. No doubt those bloody flamedeer will be here any time now!!!


its all about making money- so if this new 'box' gift concept before xmas day makes money then it will become a trend. from child point of view - more gifts, from parents point of view- getting poor, from supermarket point of view- more profits and meeting the targets.
great post ordered 3 for my boys N used my 5 double up... 300 points back and only paid a fiver! I'm happy with that!
I've seen these at £5 for a few weeks in different places.. morrisons have a selection and smyths so cold for me
katstanton

I've seen these at £5 for a few weeks in different places.. morrisons … I've seen these at £5 for a few weeks in different places.. morrisons have a selection and smyths so cold for me


Sorry didn't see the deal you posted....
Denziloshamen

What's with this christmas eve box thing? This is the first year I've … What's with this christmas eve box thing? This is the first year I've heard lots of mention of it. Seems to me to be a box of presents given to the child the day before they get even more presents. Seems a bit unneccesary.Stocking fillers I understand as they get that on Christmas Day morning, but presents the day before, then a stocking and then even more presents seems way over the top to me.This has been your daily bar humbug rant, look out for more throughout the next month. No doubt those bloody flamedeer will be here any time now!!!


It's about keeping the children quiet with a box of tat long enough for the parents to get a head start on the sherry
Never heard of the Christmas Eve box until right now and already I can tell it's a load of garbage. If I ever have a kid, he/she will definitely not be getting a bloody Christmas Eve box!
emribena

It's about keeping the children quiet with a box of tat long enough for … It's about keeping the children quiet with a box of tat long enough for the parents to get a head start on the sherry


This ^^^^^^^
Lots of Baaaahhumbugggg in here. The Christmas eve box is a lovely idea, and is only as expensive as you make it.

Mine will have the kids new pj's and slippers they'd normally get as a present on the day, reindeer food (oats and glitter mixed in a bag) a Christmas colouring page I printed off t'internets, a letter from santa, also printed, a hot chocolate sachet (35p) homemade cookies and a key for santa (£1.25 from ebay)

So yeah, bahhhhumbug you lot! lol.
ChipSticks

Lots of Baaaahhumbugggg in here. The Christmas eve box is a lovely idea, … Lots of Baaaahhumbugggg in here. The Christmas eve box is a lovely idea, and is only as expensive as you make it. Mine will have the kids new pj's and slippers they'd normally get as a present on the day, reindeer food (oats and glitter mixed in a bag) a Christmas colouring page I printed off t'internets, a letter from santa, also printed, a hot chocolate sachet (35p) homemade cookies and a key for santa (£1.25 from ebay)So yeah, bahhhhumbug you lot! lol.


4th year of me doing it but we all have one not just kids. Ours have pj's, obligitary xmas socks and boxers / pants, dvd, xmas duvet cover, nice shower gel / bubble bath (travel size), chocolate christmas shapes, decorate your own gingerbread men kit and either hot chocolate sachets or beer depending on recipient. Just adds bit of excitement before the big day
Denziloshamen

What's with this christmas eve box thing? This is the first year I've … What's with this christmas eve box thing? This is the first year I've heard lots of mention of it. Seems to me to be a box of presents given to the child the day before they get even more presents. Seems a bit unneccesary.Stocking fillers I understand as they get that on Christmas Day morning, but presents the day before, then a stocking and then even more presents seems way over the top to me.This has been your daily bar humbug rant, look out for more throughout the next month. No doubt those bloody flamedeer will be here any time now!!!



We always had a small present Christmas Eve when we were kids, its nothing new. Usually Pyjamas or something so you go to bed christmas night in new jammies ready for Santa coming!
These aren't worth more than 2.99
Same price everywhere I have seen it (WH Smith, The Works, Smyths, Amazon... often under the name "Happy Tin") - only place have seen a higher price is if buying without other purchase at HMV, and they only stocked it in when the offer was for £4.99 with other purchase? Didn't post when seen as the fact it was the same everywhere didn't look like a deal, just the regular price!

Edited by: "AndyJWS" 24th Nov 2015
A con delivery only :-/
AndyJWS

Same price everywhere I have seen it (WH Smith, The Works, Smyths, … Same price everywhere I have seen it (WH Smith, The Works, Smyths, Amazon... often under the name "Happy Tin") - only place have seen a higher price is if buying without other purchase at HMV, and they only stocked it in when the offer was for £4.99 with other purchase? Didn't post when seen as the fact it was the same everywhere didn't look like a deal, just the regular price!


Yes but you get 100 clubcard points as well potentially worth £2 in double up £4 pizza express etc - it's helped some people so worth me posting it
Ordered thanks
Ordered. Thanks for posting.
how do you get the extra club card points on this, mine just says 5 points?
clairebullard

how do you get the extra club card points on this, mine just says 5 … how do you get the extra club card points on this, mine just says 5 points?


They have taken the bonus points offer off it now - this was posted nearly three months ago sorry
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