Nerf 30 dart refill £5 at Asda instore (was £9.97)
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Nerf 30 dart refill £5 at Asda instore (was £9.97)

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Found 15th Mar 2016
Nerf 30 dart refill pack for £5 at Asda Birkenhead

Seen this two weeks running now and you rarely see these reduced

Unsure if this is nationwide or store specific

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Original Poster

Sorry was £9.47

saw this today in Asda coryton Cardiff

I got some of these just before Christmas:

amazon.co.uk/gp/…714

Work pretty well, and at that price don't mind them all getting lost/broken.

good deal for official nerf but you can get Chinese knock offs from ebay dirt cheap usually just as good or better. the suction ones are good fun

learoy1

good deal for official nerf but you can get Chinese knock offs from ebay … good deal for official nerf but you can get Chinese knock offs from ebay dirt cheap usually just as good or better. the suction ones are good fun



Yep, I bought 200 darts for this price, with free delivery

Good find. Also £4.99 at Argos.

Good price for genuine that!

Steer clear of the really cheap knockoffs though- you do not want a hard tipped dart in your kids' eyes, these things hit hard. They can damage furnishings too. Some of the soft tipped copies come apart easily and can be choke hazards. This stuff wouldn't be legal to sell in the UK. Others are just the wrong size- we got some to try that won't fire at all, they jam in the guns, total waste of money. You'll easily get your money back with ebay but amazon marketplace isn't well regulated, lots of ripoff merchants on there.

These are a little more expensive but highly recommended
ebay.co.uk/itm…c1a

High quality, have a soft tip so just as safe to use as genuine darts, compatible with everything, and shoot straighter than genuine ones... Only downside is they can be a wee bit sticky in the drums. Better than genuine, and cheaper. If you google "koosh darts" you'll find a lot about these. The yellow ones are best, don't know why! They're also easier to find.

Ones that look like this:
amazon.co.uk/Dem…oft
very like genuine nerf darts, with the hole in the tip... Are usually OK but aren't always glued together well, and colours other than the blue can be dodgy.

Source: Me, nerf arms dealer. I don't sell darts though so I don't have any side in this, I just want folks to be safe and get decent stuff for their money.



Edited by: "Northwind" 15th Mar 2016

Bought some in Asda Dowlais a couple of weeks ago too

I bought 100 on wish for £4. Took a few weeks to Arrive but they're perfect

Sorry this is cold..

Amazon or Ebay get 100 for a few quid, exact replicas.

haritori

Sorry this is cold..Amazon or Ebay get 100 for a few quid, exact replicas.



Have you got a link? I've found some reasonably close replicas (I linked them on amazon above) but none that are exact

Northwind

Have you got a link? I've found some reasonably close replicas (I linked … Have you got a link? I've found some reasonably close replicas (I linked them on amazon above) but none that are exact



Its hit and miss, none are that far off, I have found the plastic bit on the end slightly harder than official nerf, but it doesn't hurt if shot..

Ah right, yeah, voberry darts- definitely not exact but close enough.

Blimmin annoying when the seller sends them in a jiffy bag and the postie sticks a rubber band around them and squashes them

£6.00 tonight
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