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Percy Pigs & Pals / Piglets - 44p instore @ Marks & Spencer, West Yorkshire
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Percy Pigs & Pals / Piglets - 44p instore @ Marks & Spencer, West Yorkshire

£0.44£1.7575%Marks & Spencer Deals
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Posted 13th MayAvailable: Yorkshire & Lincolnshire (West Yorkshire)
Important. This deal is not a guarantee there will be any stock in the store, so please don’t make a trip you wouldn’t have made otherwise just for this item, especially as it is a ‘luxury grocery’ rather than something essential - we should all limit our time out of our houses to help slow the spread. Please shop responsibly.

Hundreds of bags reduced to 44p in M&S at Ferrybridge Services J33 M62. Dated best before 02/06/2020.

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Local, yellowed stickered.
Not surprised they had to reduce them at £1.75 a bag
Mikey161013/05/2020 17:23

Not surprised they had to reduce them at £1.75 a bag


They are worth every single penny.
I got these in Glasgow last week
So is this classed as essential? Read the IMPORTANT bit at the top of the page. Why is it "Hot" Only useful If your on the M62. Cold from me.
drdreidel13/05/2020 20:57

I got these in Glasgow last week


What m&s in Glasgow and what price?
They often reduce to clear stocks or near expiry. Forty somthing pence seems the lowest they will go.
Shame this isn't national, I love me some Percy Pigs.

Brought a tub of the new Percy Pig ice cream and a pack of Percy Pigs to make a sweet joy of a treat.
Heard people banging on about how nice these are. Tried them and thought they were disgusting.
GTD180414/05/2020 06:50

Heard people banging on about how nice these are. Tried them and thought …Heard people banging on about how nice these are. Tried them and thought they were disgusting.


They used to be nice but changed their recipe a couple of years ago. Now they are too chewy and have an unpleasant texture IMO.
Now that is one of the most store specific deals I've seen on this site

I do enjoy a Percy Pig but outside of the original flavour, the others are a bit meh
srbsma14/05/2020 08:41

They used to be nice but changed their recipe a couple of years ago. Now …They used to be nice but changed their recipe a couple of years ago. Now they are too chewy and have an unpleasant texture IMO.


It's because there's no gelatine in them now. I think that's a good thing, but appreciate they will have a different texture now.
Now i look back im sorta confused how my Easter Percy Pig deal isn't as hot as this one as that deal was national and the same price as these 44p.

I'm not complaining, I'm just confused how a local deal is hotter than a national deal on a same priced product.
I guess people don't like the Easter Percy Pigs that much lol.
No wonder they're having to give them away, they taste absolutely disgusting since they changed the entire range vegan.
GTD180414/05/2020 06:50

Heard people banging on about how nice these are. Tried them and thought …Heard people banging on about how nice these are. Tried them and thought they were disgusting.

Shame you weren't able to try them before they went vegan. They WERE gorgeous before.
The normal ones taste horrible now but the vegetarian ones (green ears) are great! They're chewy and taste the same as how the normal ones used to.
rapid8514/05/2020 13:23

No wonder they're having to give them away, they taste absolutely …No wonder they're having to give them away, they taste absolutely disgusting since they changed the entire range vegan.


Most of them still have beeswax if I recall correctly, so they're not vegan, only vegetarian. Not sure why it would upset you so much that a child's sweet no longer contains animal bones and sinew, but to each their own.
herrbz14/05/2020 14:40

Most of them still have beeswax if I recall correctly, so they're not …Most of them still have beeswax if I recall correctly, so they're not vegan, only vegetarian. Not sure why it would upset you so much that a child's sweet no longer contains animal bones and sinew, but to each their own.


Cos it tastes great.
fizzy pig tails though
herrbz14/05/2020 14:40

Most of them still have beeswax if I recall correctly, so they're not …Most of them still have beeswax if I recall correctly, so they're not vegan, only vegetarian. Not sure why it would upset you so much that a child's sweet no longer contains animal bones and sinew, but to each their own.


I didn't realise it's owned by children. I used to enjoy them myself, now I don't. Perfectly rationale reason for being upset about it. I'm not sure why my being upset has upset you but each to their own.
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