Nestle Kit Kat Chunky Chocolate Bar 48 g (Box of 48) £12 at amazon
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Nestle Kit Kat Chunky Chocolate Bar 48 g (Box of 48) £12 at amazon

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Found 29th Mar 2014
This is a good ONLINE deal. This is for all those who do not live near an asda or specific discount shop...so please do not compare to those as this is not for those people.

It works out at £1 for 4 like in asda but this has free delivery so therefore is a better deal. In 99p stores they give you 3 for £1 to rip you off. Other supermarkets have these at £1.55 for 4.

Great if you like to bulk buy and delivered direct to your front door.

Also these are non multipack bars so can be sold separately if you own a stall or shop. Not bad for 25p each when you can charge up to 60p ish

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Original Poster

Nomnoms

Id much rather by 4 at a time for £1 as they are always on offer rather than end up stuffing my face with 48 before they go out of date

Original Poster

It clearly says for people who bulk buy in the heading

People wont buy in this volume at a price that's readily available if not bettered in supermarkets, homebargains, farmfoods etc

Isnt bulk buy supposed to be about getting a better price than you can by buying in smaller quantities
Edited by: "jase.2" 29th Mar 2014

Nothing 'hot' about this price.

But who bulk buys? I thought everyone lived near an asda/tesco. I bulk buy certain things when they are on offer like the £1 8pk of Kit Kat Chunky in Morrisons, but thats because it was such a good price (half of yours)

Original Poster

They do if they cant get out or live in the country. We do not all live near bluddy home bargains

Original Poster

Sorry it clearly says up top for those who do not live near a supermarket or have no means of transport.

Freerange

They do if they cant get out or live in the country. We do not all live … They do if they cant get out or live in the country. We do not all live near bluddy home bargains


Freerange

Sorry it clearly says up top for those who do not live near a supermarket … Sorry it clearly says up top for those who do not live near a supermarket or have no means of transport.


So what you are saying is its a deal for reclusive people or folk who don't go outside?

Original Poster

Thats is a silly thing to say. How about disabled?

ideal for party bags etc?

Hot from me as it works out abut 25p each, cant go wrong with that xx Thanks op

Freerange

Thats is a silly thing to say. How about disabled?



because the disabled like kit kat chunkys?

jase.2

Isnt bulk buy supposed to be about getting a better price than you can by … Isnt bulk buy supposed to be about getting a better price than you can by buying in smaller quantities



This. Buying in bulk is supposed to make each individual unit cheaper than if you were to purchase individually (or In this case the unusual 4 for £1).

I see what you're saying about free delivery but equally, if you buy enough from Asda (£50 worth) won't they delivery for free too?

Besides, if you can't walk or get out of the house as you're suggesting...should you really be eating 48 Kitkat Chunky's? oO

bought 8 in Iceland tester day for £1.50

Freerange

Thats is a silly thing to say. How about disabled?


So now its only a deal if you're disabled?

was just going to post that they are 4 + 4 free from £1.50 in Iceland too

Good find, plenty of tuck shop sellers appear on here who buy for their local groups.

Heat added OP

Not a bad deal IF you want to buy them in bulk

Original Poster

Also these are non multipack bars so can be sold separately if you own a stall or shop. Not bad for 25p each when you can charge up to 60p ish

Good one OP, cheaper than Tesco by a mile. Heated.

Original Poster

1on4

This. Buying in bulk is supposed to make each individual unit cheaper … This. Buying in bulk is supposed to make each individual unit cheaper than if you were to purchase individually (or In this case the unusual 4 for £1). I see what you're saying about free delivery but equally, if you buy enough from Asda (£50 worth) won't they delivery for free too? Besides, if you can't walk or get out of the house as you're suggesting...should you really be eating 48 Kitkat Chunky's? oO



Dont assume if you say disabled it means overweight.

Freerange

Dont assume if you say disabled it means overweight.



When did I mention overweight? I just said that if you can't walk or move in the way the OP suggested, regardless of reason why, should you really be eating 48 chocolate bars?

Original Poster

Who said you had to eat 48 all in one go?

The point is... that its not a 'hot deal' as you can buy for this price and less at loads of other places. There is no discount for buying bulk.

Online or otherwise.
Health related or otherwise.
Remote location or otherwise.

Original Poster

Rubbish... Remote location is a hot deal and it is a hot deal online.
Vote it cold if you want as its bad for health but that would just be silly.
Edited by: "Freerange" 29th Mar 2014

Freerange

They do if they cant get out or live in the country. We do not all live … They do if they cant get out or live in the country. We do not all live near bluddy home bargains

Freerange

Sorry it clearly says up top for those who do not live near a … Sorry it clearly says up top for those who do not live near a supermarket or have no means of transport.



Actually it helps people like me. I have a disability that does not allow me to go out very often, I shop almost exclusively online. Not everyone lives near a supermarket, pr drives a car, or is physically able to get out all the time!

ando

because the disabled like kit kat chunkys?



Well I'm disabled and I love kit kat chunkies and not I am not a huge obese thing either!

Freerange

Also these are non multipack bars so can be sold separately if you own a … Also these are non multipack bars so can be sold separately if you own a stall or shop. Not bad for 25p each when you can charge up to 60p ish



you can sell multipack items anyway, there is no law stopping you

zippo10

Well I'm disabled and I love kit kat chunkies and not I am not a huge … Well I'm disabled and I love kit kat chunkies and not I am not a huge obese thing either!


zippo10

Actually it helps people like me. I have a disability that does not allow … Actually it helps people like me. I have a disability that does not allow me to go out very often, I shop almost exclusively online. Not everyone lives near a supermarket, pr drives a car, or is physically able to get out all the time!


Well done.

Original Poster

deanos

you can sell multipack items anyway, there is no law stopping you



Actually there is

Original Poster

Why would you want to pay £6.99 for delivery on 48 kitkats at bluddy home bargains.
You have the internets - use it.

You cant breath on here these days without someone blowing their beans over home bargains.
Here is news for you... Home bargains is pretty awful for short dated items and overpriced lower gram products hidden by 3 for 2 deals. I saw a packet of crisps in home bargains once and it had less crisps in than a bag in tesco next door... Same product.
How do you think they make savings inspecter clouseau. Smoke and mirrors and if you a silly enough to fall for it then you my friend need to get yourself 48 kitkats from amazon to drown your sorrows.

Edited by: "Freerange" 29th Mar 2014

Original Poster

http://fordingtonfield.files.wordpress.com/2012/03/peter_sellers_inspector_clouseau_pi.jpg

apparently they are 3 for 49p at home bargains on another post , not checked this yet, but will be going tomorrow to see and i have never got anything from there which has been out of date or tasted like it was close to going out of date.


Edited by: "Lozzy20" 29th Mar 2014

Original Poster

And spending 50p in petrol to get there, therefore might as well get this...

hotukdeals.com/dea…681

yes its good for those who haven't a home bargains near , if you trust royal mail to get them to you without them being squashed or even get lost

Freerange

Why would you want to pay £6.99 for delivery on 48 kitkats at bluddy home … Why would you want to pay £6.99 for delivery on 48 kitkats at bluddy home bargains.You have the internets - use it.You cant breath on here these days without someone blowing their beans over home bargains.Here is news for you... Home bargains is pretty awful for short dated items and overpriced lower gram products hidden by 3 for 2 deals. I saw a packet of crisps in home bargains once and it had less crisps in than a bag in tesco next door... Same product.How do you think they make savings inspecter clouseau. Smoke and mirrors and if you a silly enough to fall for it then you my friend need to get yourself 48 kitkats from amazon to drown your sorrows.


You really have some issues.

Original Poster

DrJogalog

You really have some issues.



Says the person spooging over home bargains.
Get a room.

Freerange

Says the person spooging over home bargains.Get a room.


Get a room? What a nonsensical reply.

Besides, the home bargains link was purely for your own benefit as you were virtually in tears over the reference earlier in the thread.

That's a serious confectionery/Amazon fetish you have.
http://s15.postimg.org/5w1zkq64b/image.jpg

Edited by: "DrJogalog" 29th Mar 2014

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Nomnoms
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