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Millies Cookies - box of 12 cookies per month for 12 months for only £35
Millies Cookies - box of 12 cookies per month for 12 months for only £35

Millies Cookies - box of 12 cookies per month for 12 months for only £35

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Sadly there is not a great deal of info on their website but I saw a sign in the shop today which advertised a box of 12 cookies per month for 12 months for only £35 - a great saving if you usually buy these anyway (usually priced at £5.99 per box of 12)

Hope someone can make good use of it anyway

39 Comments

Oh man, now I want cookies!

Same!

It may work out cheaper to use the vouchers they regularly produce.

£2.91 a box? Fantastic offer!

That's a gross amount of cookies!

There just overpriced cookies sold in shopping centre and stations to fat people on the way to get a burger

Somebodies in a real bad mood today (see Morrisons deals)...

I bought these. You get a silver box and t has 12 voucher/gift card types of things in them (cardboard feel) in silver.

Each one allows you to get a box of 12 cookies. You can use them whenever you want, altogether or monthly or a few one month and none the next etc.

Probably better off printing those vouchers as they work out the same (buy one box get one free) but I didn't print them off and my phone wasn't loadng the voucher so ended up buying this instead. Works okay though as I like Millie's Cookies anyway.

Already posted, saw it yesterday.
Same comments about how it will end up cheaper to just use the vouchers they give out.
Should probably expire it.

I haven't tried these cookies... but would love too... any one care for splitting up the deal...

wow, That is amazing. are they delivered to your door?

They must be some amazing cookies for 35 quid oO

i wish you wannabe americans would call them biscuits
Edited by: "joncfc" 21st Jan 2011

joncfc

i wish you wannabe americans would call them buscuits



Is biscuits not the general term? I always thought cookies were these specific kind of biscuits, so what has that got to do with wanting to be American?

If thats a good deal whats the normal price no way i would pay that much.

are they cheaper on a 24 month contract?

joncfc

i wish you wannabe americans would call them buscuits



A biscuit is a biscuit but a cookie really is a cookie even in the UK.

Wow, way to get really, really fat.

Cookies are soggier than biscuits, I think.

shareef

Is biscuits not the general term? I always thought cookies were these … Is biscuits not the general term? I always thought cookies were these specific kind of biscuits, so what has that got to do with wanting to be American?



Here's a bit of boring trivia I learnt from a tour guide in America - in America all biscuits are called cookies, because Nabisco (short for "National Biscuit Company" - the people who make Oreos) wanted to give their new biscuit a new name so they called them cookies and it stuck, kind of like sellotape for sticky tape etc.

And yeah over here cookies are a particular type of biscuit so god knows what joncfc is going on about. Obviously walking around with his eyes shut - Also he can't spell biscuit.
Edited by: "rqmusicfan" 21st Jan 2011

joncfc

i wish you wannabe americans would call them buscuits



No-one has ever called anything a buscuit, what is it?

Holy moly! That works out at nearly 25 pence a cookie! They dole them out to you really slowly, they are acting like somekind of giant expensive cookie jar or something! How dare they! Another thing is when compared to something like Sainsburys taste the difference range, quadruple chocolate cookies. Which for me personally are the dogs cohonas, they work out massively expensive. Just imagine if one month the postman gets hungry on his round and decides to nom your biccies and then pretend they got lost. You would have spend a whole month waiting patiently only to get nothing. I say we boycott these things here and now. Whose with me???

Edited by: "NUMBER8GAMESTER" 21st Jan 2011

I've never eaten the cookies, but I did used to buy the muffins...until recently because they changed the recipe. I emailed the co. asking why they had made them lower quality and smaller, and they basically admitted it and said they had lots of complaints and would change it back. I'm not sure if they have or haven't as I haven't been there recently, but what's the point of buying 4 muffins for £5 if you can buy the same in Sainsburys or Tesco for a quarter of the price.

Andrewjacks

There just overpriced cookies sold in shopping centre and stations to fat … There just overpriced cookies sold in shopping centre and stations to fat people on the way to get a burger



that's harsh ..........but funny - lol

NUMBER8GAMESTER

Just imagine if one month the postman gets hungry on his round and … Just imagine if one month the postman gets hungry on his round and decides to nom your biccies and then pretend they got lost.



This is for VOUCHERs not for mail order COOKIES ! ! ! ! ! Please pay attention at the back . . .


Edited by: "Gondo" 21st Jan 2011

just have to hope they don't go out of business or you'll end up out of pocket........ usually happens when companies are asking for money upfront

Gondo

This is for VOUCHERs not for mail order COOKIES ! ! ! ! ! Please pay … This is for VOUCHERs not for mail order COOKIES ! ! ! ! ! Please pay attention at the back . . .



Well if the mailman munching my cookies isn't going to be a problem then maybe I could be tempted. I am a big cookie fan... *Ponders whether to vote hot*

wayney

just have to hope they don't go out of business or you'll end up out of … just have to hope they don't go out of business or you'll end up out of pocket........ usually happens when companies are asking for money upfront



Doubt they will go under, they are great at marketing, they've somehow managed to con us into thinking that a product that costs 5p to make (ok so thats a stab in the dark, but prob not far off!) is worth a quid, and we take it (same with Starbucks for coffee!). If they can't operate in profit on their margins they deserve to go under, they certainly have customers if the queue in Meadowhall to get these overpriced cookies is anything to go by, its always huge... I know cos Im usually stood in it!
Edited by: "frakison" 21st Jan 2011

VOTED COLD BECAUSE YOU WILL GET FAT!

mac75

I haven't tried these cookies... but would love too... any one care for … I haven't tried these cookies... but would love too... any one care for splitting up the deal...



They are actually nice cookies.

I find the supermarket ones really sweet (my taste buds are strong) so I tend to go for the chocolate ones from here which taste great.

If you live in London you could have some of my vouchers.

Normally a box of 12 will cost you a certain amount, but if you have printed off a voucher (or have it on your phone screen as someone people have said) then you will get a box free. That's what this deal kind of works out as - buy 6 boxes, get 6 free. If you have loads of friends and family who like these cookies then it probably works out well as you can share the vouchers and not worry about having to download and print a voucher.

FlobbleBelly

wow, That is amazing. are they delivered to your door?



Not delivered to your door, which is the downside of this - but probably also helps you not eat too many cookies in one month lol.

knightsimon

VOTED COLD BECAUSE YOU WILL GET FAT!



We'll all die you know.... why not die happy eating crap... mmmmmmmmmm!!!:D

frakison

We'll all die you know.... why not die happy eating crap... … We'll all die you know.... why not die happy eating crap... mmmmmmmmmm!!!:D

why not lol

No wonder this country has so many digusting obsese fatties

black knight

No wonder this country has so many digusting obsese fatties

im no fattie but i enjoy a biscuit he he

Im a bit of a fattie but I'm happy... unlike some of the hamsters I see running nowhere on the treadmills at Banatynes.....

black knight

No wonder this country has so many digusting obsese fatties



Yeah it's terrible, almost as terrible as all the stupid people that inhabit this country that can't spell the words "disgusting" and "obese" and watch too many Jamie Oliver documentaries.

Wow £35 for cookies. For that much I can eat 2 packs a week of Asda smartprice ones for 17 months, and they are surprisingly good for the price.

But each to there own.

I just don't get it. Why would somebody get ripped off and buy their cookies from Millies when you can get freshly backed soft cookies from Sainsbuy's which taste just as good and are far cheaper. The Taste the Different one's are really good.

I just think it good marketing and lots of kids are just getting sucked in, like the need to be seen with CK pants on, Haha!!

rqmusicfan

......so they called them cookies and it stuck, kind of like … ......so they called them cookies and it stuck, kind of like sellotape.......


I bet they don't stick anything like as good as Sellotape.
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