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Nature Valley Crunchy Oats & Honey /Canadian Maple Syrup Cereal Bars 42g (Pack of 18) £3.60 (Prime) £8.09 (NP) @ Amazon
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Nature Valley Crunchy Oats & Honey /Canadian Maple Syrup Cereal Bars 42g (Pack of 18) £3.60 (Prime) £8.09 (NP) @ Amazon

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Posted 9th Mar

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In stock on March 28, 2020.
Good price for 18 bars. Oats & Honey in stock 21st March but available to order.

Will be even cheaper if you use subscribe & save!

Canadian Maple Syrup also available for £5 for a pack of 25.
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Crunchy cereal bars made whole grain rolled oats and honey. Packed with natural wholegrain oats and real honey, Nature Valley Crunchy Oats & Honey bars are the perfect on-the-go snack, which are there for you, whenever you need it most. Nature is bountiful, that's why each of our packs contains two delicious bars, to make the most of your day. Nature has been our inspiration since 1975. That's why all our bars are made with great tasting ingredients like natural oats and honey. So whether you're hiking through the forest or cycling the countryside, experience life the Nature Valley way! Nature Valley Cereal Bars made with natural wholegrain oats. Two delicious Cereal Bars for the perfect on the go snack. Why not also try Nature Valley Protein Peanut & Chocolate Cereal Bars or Nature Valley Nut Butter Peanut Biscuits?

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Whole grain rolled oats (56percent) sugar sunflower oil honey (2percent) salt molasses salt emulsifier: soy lecithin raising agent sodium bicarbonate raising agent sodium bicarbonate molasses

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Or check out Home Bargains/B&M stores as they often have boxes of 20 for around £2.50

MM

Just a quick edit they are actually £1.99 a box (not £2.50) which works out at 20p a pack which is the same price as the OP, in fact they seem to be on offer at this price many places (and have been for a while now, just search HUKD)

Why all the heat for something that is not even in stock?

You have to love HUKD for stupid!
Edited by: "Mire.Mare" 10th Mar
No disrespect to the OP's post by why has this gone so hot when it's exactly the same price in Sainsbury's with stock available today. HUKD going mad again.

hotukdeals.com/dea…943
Edited by: "Straycat1967" 9th Mar
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Thanks ordered...very cheap
These arent in stock until March 22, 2020.
So if you need sooner - SAME PRICE in Sainsburys if you want an alternative 5pk for £1
sainsburys.co.uk/gol…42g
Edited by: "Straycat1967" 9th Mar
Or check out Home Bargains/B&M stores as they often have boxes of 20 for around £2.50

MM

Just a quick edit they are actually £1.99 a box (not £2.50) which works out at 20p a pack which is the same price as the OP, in fact they seem to be on offer at this price many places (and have been for a while now, just search HUKD)

Why all the heat for something that is not even in stock?

You have to love HUKD for stupid!
Edited by: "Mire.Mare" 10th Mar
Cheers hot
Thanks.
Cheers OP. Ordered!
No disrespect to the OP's post by why has this gone so hot when it's exactly the same price in Sainsbury's with stock available today. HUKD going mad again.

hotukdeals.com/dea…943
Edited by: "Straycat1967" 9th Mar
Straycat196709/03/2020 18:17

No disrespect to the OP's post by why has this gone so hot when it's …No disrespect to the OP's post by why has this gone so hot when it's exactly the same price in Sainsbury's with stock available today. HUKD going mad again.https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/nature-valley-crunchy-oats-5x42g-all-flavours-for-1-3418943


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I gave up trying to make sense of it all long ago, I'm only here because I followed that white rabbit!

MM
Edited by: "Mire.Mare" 9th Mar
Mire.Mare09/03/2020 18:28

[Image] I gave up trying to make sense of it all long ago, I'm only here …[Image] I gave up trying to make sense of it all long ago, I'm only here because I followed that white rabbit!MM


P.S It's not what you know but who you know, this site is full of cliques!
I'll stick with the Aldi Harvest Morn version, they taste much the same to me, and only £2.55 for the same quantity.

aldi.co.uk/oat…701

aldi.co.uk/oat…300
Edited by: "Stompa" 9th Mar
This is 18 bars correct? Not 9 bars X 2 =18
everypennycounts09/03/2020 18:49

This is 18 bars correct? Not 9 bars X 2 =18


No there are 36 bars as in each pack theres 2 bars.
Mire.Mare09/03/2020 17:08

Or check out Home Bargains/B&M stores as they often have boxes of 20 for …Or check out Home Bargains/B&M stores as they often have boxes of 20 for around £2.50MM


But they're a box of 10 aren't they as there are 10 bars times 2 biscuits inside so 20
Ordered..my kids take these to school everyday. Usually costs me around £2.40 for a pack of 5.
Thanks for posting
IsmaeelAli09/03/2020 18:50

No there are 36 bars as in each pack theres 2 bars.


Then this is a really good offer... Cheaper than the £1 in supermarket at mo
I managed to pick up 20 bars (not 20 packs) for £2 some months back from poundland so also worth checking out.
Love maple syrup so got the 25 box, will go through them when I start hiking again soon.
Well that's it. Love these, couldn't resist despite having several packs left at home. So checked the sell by dates which is August which is good since I bought these a few months ago so hopefully these will have a much later date on them.
Bought 2 packs of Maple syrup. Yum.
I just panic bought two boxes 🤒 you never know!
Ordered 2 .. thanks op
I think 40 bars are £5 at costco if you have membership.
In B&M today at 10x2 for £2, so same 20p / pack.
Straycat196709/03/2020 18:17

No disrespect to the OP's post by why has this gone so hot when it's …No disrespect to the OP's post by why has this gone so hot when it's exactly the same price in Sainsbury's with stock available today. HUKD going mad again.https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/nature-valley-crunchy-oats-5x42g-all-flavours-for-1-3418943


This is 15% cheaper if you have at least 4 other subscribe and save items.
Can just cancel after delivery.

And no need to go to the supermarket.

Also both deals have around the same heat, at the time of writing anyway
Edited by: "Shinoke" 9th Mar
Shinoke09/03/2020 21:05

This is 15% cheaper if you have at least 4 other subscribe and save …This is 15% cheaper if you have at least 4 other subscribe and save items.Can just cancel after delivery.And no need to go to the supermarket.Also both deals have around the same heat, at the time of writing anyway


The OP's deal mentions nothing of a subscribe and save price, I have purely based my feelings on the price/deal stated.

Sainsbury's stock is available today, this is not available for at least 10 more days. Sainsbury's do also offer delivery service so potentially no need to go to the supermarket, subject to a cost of delivery potentially.
You also do not have to order any more than 1 pack of 5 bars at Sainsbury's.
Lastly at this point, this deal is more than 120 degrees hotter than the Sainsbury offer a few days ago which is why I make the points, again baffling.
Disclaimer: I do not have shares or ownership in Sainsbury's, just making a point.
Straycat196709/03/2020 22:11

The OP's deal mentions nothing of a subscribe and save price, I have …The OP's deal mentions nothing of a subscribe and save price, I have purely based my feelings on the price/deal stated.Sainsbury's stock is available today, this is not available for at least 10 more days. Sainsbury's do also offer delivery service so potentially no need to go to the supermarket, subject to a cost of delivery potentially.You also do not have to order any more than 1 pack of 5 bars at Sainsbury's.Lastly at this point, this deal is more than 120 degrees hotter than the Sainsbury offer a few days ago which is why I make the points, again baffling.Disclaimer: I do not have shares or ownership in Sainsbury's, just making a point.


Perhaps others that voted know about subscribe & save, and see that this deal is cheaper for them - if they use subscribe & save.
To discount a deal based on surface information - and not a full analysis, seems a bit pointless.

For me and other subscribe and save users this is a better deal, hence I vote hot.

Nothing baffling there.

More baffling is you being seemly baffled / bothered by the additional heat this deal is getting.

Objectively it's better to me.

The other deal may be better for others.

When I wrote my last comment there was 3 degrees difference, now this newer deal has more heat.

Perhaps more people are looking at snacks on a Monday, than on a Saturday. People bored at work or procrastinating in a new week.

Who cares?

There's really no point in putting much stock in heat anyway, as it can really not reflect ones own viewed heat of a deal, or even objective measures of a deal. A lot of heat is nonsensical it seems. So a marginal difference between the two very similar deals isn't anything to be bothered by. It could be as simple as this deal was seen by more people. Who cares?

Heh
Shinoke09/03/2020 22:22

Perhaps others that voted know about subscribe & save, and see that this …Perhaps others that voted know about subscribe & save, and see that this deal is cheaper for them - if they use subscribe & save.To discount a deal based on surface information - and not a full analysis, seems a bit pointless.For me and other subscribe and save users this is a better deal, hence I vote hot.Nothing baffling there.More baffling is you being seemly baffled / bothered by the additional heat this deal is getting.Objectively it's better to me.The other deal may be better for others.When I wrote my last comment there was 3 degrees difference, now this newer deal has more heat.Perhaps more people are looking at snacks on a Monday, than on a Saturday. People bored at work or procrastinating in a new week.Who cares?There's really no point in putting much stock in heat anyway, as it can really not reflect ones own viewed heat of a deal, or even objective measures of a deal. A lot of heat is nonsensical it seems. So a marginal difference between the two very similar deals isn't anything to be bothered by. It could be as simple as this deal was seen by more people. Who cares?Heh


Well said... who cares I must have been bored at that moment!
Bar the s&s discount, this is just the normal price for them (5 twin packs for a quid =20p each). When you go through the other flavours options on Amazon, there are at least three other flavours available at the 20p each price as well.
everypennycounts09/03/2020 18:56

Then this is a really good offer... Cheaper than the £1 in supermarket at …Then this is a really good offer... Cheaper than the £1 in supermarket at mo


It's the exact same price, both work out at 20p a pack.
Mire.Mare09/03/2020 17:08

Or check out Home Bargains/B&M stores as they often have boxes of 20 for …Or check out Home Bargains/B&M stores as they often have boxes of 20 for around £2.50MM


AFAIK their boxes of 20 are actually on 10 though as they count the 2 bars per packet
SammyNib10/03/2020 09:43

AFAIK their boxes of 20 are actually on 10 though as they count the 2 bars …AFAIK their boxes of 20 are actually on 10 though as they count the 2 bars per packet


Noted and amended!

MM
Mine were free, I bought with another item and a discount was applied. I guess I can wait for a free box
£3.06 s&s. Thanks OP
Straycat196709/03/2020 22:11

The OP's deal mentions nothing of a subscribe and save price, I have …The OP's deal mentions nothing of a subscribe and save price, I have purely based my feelings on the price/deal stated.Sainsbury's stock is available today, this is not available for at least 10 more days. Sainsbury's do also offer delivery service so potentially no need to go to the supermarket, subject to a cost of delivery potentially.You also do not have to order any more than 1 pack of 5 bars at Sainsbury's.Lastly at this point, this deal is more than 120 degrees hotter than the Sainsbury offer a few days ago which is why I make the points, again baffling.Disclaimer: I do not have shares or ownership in Sainsbury's, just making a point.


I did include it in the description, give it a read
dealdelver10/03/2020 09:02

It's the exact same price, both work out at 20p a pack.


Hahaha I know I realised after u purchased lol oh well they'll get eaten in my house
I paid £2 for 20 at my local Home Bargains
hothud10/03/2020 11:00

I paid £2 for 20 at my local Home Bargains


Thanks for letting us know
What an incredible deal, heat added
Thank you for this. I'll get these. I make my own healthier granola bars but this is good for me when mine have all been eaten. Will save me some time
Bought for inevitable isolation, thanks
Good price here.... good price there.... all good prices!
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