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Nature Valley Crunchy Canadian Maple Syrup Cereal Bars 42g (Pack of 50 bars) (5 packs of 10 bars) £5 Prime / £9.49 Non Prime @ Amazon
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Nature Valley Crunchy Canadian Maple Syrup Cereal Bars 42g (Pack of 50 bars) (5 packs of 10 bars) £5 Prime / £9.49 Non Prime @ Amazon

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Posted 26th Apr

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  • Great tasting bars with no artificial flavours, colours or preservatives.
  • Packed with natural wholegrain oats and real ingredients.
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50 bars is so misleading. Its 5 x 5 packs. Calling it 50 bars is like posting a deal for 24 individual Jaffa Cakes. It's a double pack, Sandra. Have a word with yourself.
Every 3 day posted pack is 25, this one states its 50.
Edited by: "Alexxx31" 26th Apr
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Every 3 day posted pack is 25, this one states its 50.
Edited by: "Alexxx31" 26th Apr
Alexxx3126/04/2020 11:44

Every 3 day posted pack is 25, this one states its 50.


My bad, OP confused me and counted them separately. Nice trick
This is for 25 which is still an epic price. Please change heading
Just what I was looking for! Thanks! Heat!
These are regularly on offer in Tesco at £1 a box (5x2 bars)
25/50 is confusing some think. 25 individual packs contains two bars each, so 50 bars, and they taste amazing. Heat if you have Prime.
Alright_Dave26/04/2020 11:54

These are regularly on offer in Tesco at £1 a box (5x2 bars) 25/50 is …These are regularly on offer in Tesco at £1 a box (5x2 bars) 25/50 is confusing some think. 25 individual packs contains two bars each, so 50 bars, and they taste amazing. Heat if you have Prime.


Thanks, just cancelled mine
£2.39 per 5x2 now in Tesco, as their offer has finished.
50 bars is so misleading. Its 5 x 5 packs. Calling it 50 bars is like posting a deal for 24 individual Jaffa Cakes. It's a double pack, Sandra. Have a word with yourself.
£4.25 for 5 boxes (need to sub 5 items) so 85p per box compared to £1 per box in supermarkets when it's on offer.
Edited by: "Speculator" 26th Apr
Same offer with a twisted title
A crunchy version! These almost break your teeth at the best of times
£1 a box in Asda yesterday if it helps anyone
M3NDEREZ26/04/2020 12:16

50 bars is so misleading. Its 5 x 5 packs. Calling it 50 bars is like …50 bars is so misleading. Its 5 x 5 packs. Calling it 50 bars is like posting a deal for 24 individual Jaffa Cakes. It's a double pack, Sandra. Have a word with yourself.


Yeah it's only 25 wrapped packs (of which there are 2 bars inside). Probably not OP's fault though Amazon is labelling as that too.
Iv'e ordered 3 lot's and it clearly states 50 bars ... Yes it does state further down 25 bars but the headline is what i'm going by so if only 75 turn up I'll request a return or refund and no doubt keep the goods.
RGW212126/04/2020 15:06

Iv'e ordered 3 lot's and it clearly states 50 bars ... Yes it does state …Iv'e ordered 3 lot's and it clearly states 50 bars ... Yes it does state further down 25 bars but the headline is what i'm going by so if only 75 turn up I'll request a return or refund and no doubt keep the goods.


40 bars 2 pounds b and m home bargains pound land thats 20 packs with 2 bars in each pack..
RGW212126/04/2020 15:06

Iv'e ordered 3 lot's and it clearly states 50 bars ... Yes it does state …Iv'e ordered 3 lot's and it clearly states 50 bars ... Yes it does state further down 25 bars but the headline is what i'm going by so if only 75 turn up I'll request a return or refund and no doubt keep the goods.


So essentially, what you are saying here is that unless Amazon give you these bars for free (which incidentally they won't, because your illiteracy is not a reason for a refund) is that you will have a delivery driver make TWO needless trips to and from your house when there is a global pandemic.

You ought to have your benefits taken away so you can't cause the UK infrastructure any further unnecessary waste.
£1 a box in home bargains too!
M3NDEREZ26/04/2020 17:09

So essentially, what you are saying here is that unless Amazon give you …So essentially, what you are saying here is that unless Amazon give you these bars for free (which incidentally they won't, because your illiteracy is not a reason for a refund) is that you will have a delivery driver make TWO needless trips to and from your house when there is a global pandemic.You ought to have your benefits taken away so you can't cause the UK infrastructure any further unnecessary waste.


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Ordered this and received 50 bars last week!
Winner, usually get these at Home Bargains, but they've not had them in a while. Result
Sad to see people willing to lie to save a few quid. I guess that's the measure of their trustworthiness -- about 5 quid -- kinda pathetic.
Definitely nice with a cup of tea!
M3NDEREZ26/04/2020 16:57

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Wow no need to get personal or attack anyone! Disgusting behaviour
Let us all know what turns up today. The placed orders clearly show just 25 bars, and the weight ties up with that:
Edited by: "Newbold" 27th Apr
In each individual pack there are 2 bars (42g per pack)
it works out 20 p per pack which is a very good price delivered to your door
but still as others have mentioned the title is confusing to some or misleading
girag184727/04/2020 11:45

In each individual pack there are 2 bars (42g per pack) it works out 20 p …In each individual pack there are 2 bars (42g per pack) it works out 20 p per pack which is a very good price delivered to your doorbut still as others have mentioned the title is confusing to some or misleading


As I thought - so in reality it's exactly the same price as at Asda: 5 bars for £1. Glad I cancelled. Was considering re-ordering, but pointless.
M3NDEREZ26/04/2020 17:09

So essentially, what you are saying here is that unless Amazon give you …So essentially, what you are saying here is that unless Amazon give you these bars for free (which incidentally they won't, because your illiteracy is not a reason for a refund) is that you will have a delivery driver make TWO needless trips to and from your house when there is a global pandemic.You ought to have your benefits taken away so you can't cause the UK infrastructure any further unnecessary waste.


For your information Sweetie Amazon delivered and Amazon agreed the title was misleading and told me to keep the three boxes and fully refunded me. Sorry to upset you further please don't cry too hard while I'm enjoying my freebies.
johnstalvern26/04/2020 23:54

Sad to see people willing to lie to save a few quid. I guess that's the …Sad to see people willing to lie to save a few quid. I guess that's the measure of their trustworthiness -- about 5 quid -- kinda pathetic.


RGW212127/04/2020 13:45

For your information Sweetie Amazon delivered and Amazon agreed the title …For your information Sweetie Amazon delivered and Amazon agreed the title was misleading and told me to keep the three boxes and fully refunded me. Sorry to upset you further please don't cry too hard while I'm enjoying my freebies.


Tempting, of course, but Amazon log all these without properly distinguishing between customer fault and Amazon fault. It's a dangerous game to play, given their propensity for closing accounts without reason and refusing to negotiate further. The data they hold on individuals is mind-blowing - I have some huge downloads after a data request!
Newbold27/04/2020 13:59

Tempting, of course, but Amazon log all these without properly …Tempting, of course, but Amazon log all these without properly distinguishing between customer fault and Amazon fault. It's a dangerous game to play, given their propensity for closing accounts without reason and refusing to negotiate further. The data they hold on individuals is mind-blowing - I have some huge downloads after a data request!



Yep, I thought this was well understood -- techwalls.com/ama…ms/ -- there are a few more articles mentioning other cases of it as well. Basically they'll record spurious returns (I think they even count legit returns as well, so there's no distinguishing betwee them), and once you hit some kind of threshold your account will be closed.

But hey, you saved enough to buy some crayons.
Edited by: "johnstalvern" 27th Apr
Just to confirm - daughter's order arrived today. Just 25 bars.
johnstalvern26/04/2020 23:54

Sad to see people willing to lie to save a few quid. I guess that's the …Sad to see people willing to lie to save a few quid. I guess that's the measure of their trustworthiness -- about 5 quid -- kinda pathetic.


I have not lied to anyone, i ordered from one of the previous offers and went onto online chat to explain what was actually received. They refunded me.
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