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Quality Street 1.31kg tin was £5.99 now £2.99 @ B&M
Quality Street 1.31kg tin was £5.99 now  £2.99 @ B&M

Quality Street 1.31kg tin was £5.99 now £2.99 @ B&M

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Large tin of quality street was £5.99 now just £2.99

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Sweet.

Dude.

never see sny deals in my local

skiddlydiddly

Dude.



​Hahahahahahaha brilliant ^^^^^^^^^

bbd?

national deal?

i don't

Nothing in my local B & M, nor 4 packs of Fanta (330ml) for 50p, nor the 4 pack of Heinz tomatoes for £1, nor the Nescafe Columbian coffee for £1.49 !!!! In fact I went in to get some more rubble bags / sacks and some Panasonic D cell batteries, and they hadn't any of them either. Wasted visit. (Ashington store - Northumberland.)
Edited by: "supersinky2008" 28th Feb

Might be worth mentioning which store in case it's a 1 store wonder

I have never ever found a deal that people post on here in my local b&m.

Same here, I normally pick up the last 2 in the store & know I will never see the product again.missus always says why didn't you get more.

Got the last one in the Peterborough store last week so no need to waste a trip there!

Rubbish b&m. Its a big scam.

andykapa

Rubbish b&m. Its a big scam.


Wow. Strong words... any proof?

heat added to make it 666 degrees

supersinky2008

Nothing in my local B & M, nor 4 packs of Fanta (330ml) for 50p, nor the … Nothing in my local B & M, nor 4 packs of Fanta (330ml) for 50p, nor the 4 pack of Heinz tomatoes for £1, nor the Nescafe Columbian coffee for £1.49 !!!! In fact I went in to get some more rubble bags / sacks and some Panasonic D cell batteries, and they hadn't any of them either. Wasted visit. (Ashington store - Northumberland.)


Try going in for mealworms, I bet you won't be disappointed.

termite

Try going in for mealworms, I bet you won't be disappointed.


Aye - very true, plus massive sacks of peanuts for birds at £14.99 !!!

OMD!!.

Yum, yum!, hehehe. :-)

SkyeVincent

Got the last one in the Peterborough store last week so no need to waste … Got the last one in the Peterborough store last week so no need to waste a trip there!



Huh?.

Last week?, this week is like a different week altogether right?, so .....

futura

Might be worth mentioning which store in case it's a 1 store wonder



Agreed!, hehehe.

Went in my local store to find deals end up buying other stuff

amour3k

Huh?.Last week?, this week is like a different week altogether right?, so … Huh?.Last week?, this week is like a different week altogether right?, so .....


So, as these are ex-Christmas stock and therefore End Of Line, I highly doubt they would have any more in stock.

RGB

Went in my local store to find deals end up buying other stuff



Hahahahaha, yep!, that's kida the irony of 'life' sometimes, huh?.

I can relate to your 'pain', as I'm often burdened in replicating your very same ... oO hehehe.

SkyeVincent

So, as these are ex-Christmas stock and therefore End Of Line, I highly … So, as these are ex-Christmas stock and therefore End Of Line, I highly doubt they would have any more in stock.



Fair enough?, there's a lot of logic in your reasoning mind?, hehehe.

But, as per what you implied with Stores 'stock levels', etc?.

I blatantly hope not though ..... :-)

supersinky2008

Aye - very true, plus massive sacks of peanuts for birds at £14.99 !!!


how massive are the sacks?

Who remembers when these tins weighed about 5kg and cost about £0.65p?

spannerzone

Who remembers when these tins weighed about 5kg and cost about £0.65p?:D



No, but the chocolates definitely used to be much better quality before it was acquired by Nestle in 1988.

RGB

Went in my local store to find deals end up buying other stuff



Heard a comedian say ' like, when the till person greets you at sains/ Tesco, and says ' do you have a nectar/club card?' , they should say at B&M' do you actually need all this stuff?'

spannerzone

Who remembers when these tins weighed about 5kg and cost about £0.65p?:D



I've told you a million times not to exaggerate!

https://static.independent.co.uk/s3fs-public/styles/story_large/public/thumbnails/image/2015/12/17/09/quality-street.jpg

spannerzone



That picture comes up every time this Quality Streets Deal comes up ... hahahahaha. :-)

M_z

No, but the chocolates definitely used to be much better quality before … No, but the chocolates definitely used to be much better quality before it was acquired by Nestle in 1988.



Oh, wasn't aware of that?.

I thought Nestle always owned Quality Streets?.

Who owned it before then .....

amour3k

Oh, wasn't aware of that?.I thought Nestle always owned Quality … Oh, wasn't aware of that?.I thought Nestle always owned Quality Streets?.Who owned it before then .....



Rowntree Mackintosh, like Cadbury, they were a Quaker owned business concerned with the welfare of their staff and the quality of their products. The multinational brands like Nestle and Kraft which now own these two, are only concerned with the bottom line - so they reduce costs by any method they legally can: so moving production to cheap locations and reducing the quality of the ingredients.

M_z

Rowntree Mackintosh, like Cadbury, they were a Quaker owned business … Rowntree Mackintosh, like Cadbury, they were a Quaker owned business concerned with the welfare of their staff and the quality of their products. The multinational brands like Nestle and Kraft which now own these two, are only concerned with the bottom line - so they reduce costs by any method they legally can: so moving production to cheap locations and reducing the quality of the ingredients.



Hmmmmmmmm, that's a bit drastic then?, but I see what your saying though?.

Thanx anyway ...

amour3k

That picture comes up every time this Quality Streets Deal comes up ... … That picture comes up every time this Quality Streets Deal comes up ... hahahahaha. :-)


Some things on HUKD are guaranteed, Henry vacuum deals will feature him snorting coke and Quality street featuring massive tins from the olden days

amour3k

Hmmmmmmmm, that's a bit drastic then?, but I see what your saying … Hmmmmmmmm, that's a bit drastic then?, but I see what your saying though?.Thanx anyway ...



No problems?

spannerzone

Some things on HUKD are guaranteed, Henry vacuum deals will feature him … Some things on HUKD are guaranteed, Henry vacuum deals will feature him snorting coke and Quality street featuring massive tins from the olden days



Hehehehehehehe, no cooment. ;-)

But I hear you ..... lol.

supersinky2008

Nothing in my local B & M, nor 4 packs of Fanta (330ml) for 50p, nor the … Nothing in my local B & M, nor 4 packs of Fanta (330ml) for 50p, nor the 4 pack of Heinz tomatoes for £1, nor the Nescafe Columbian coffee for £1.49 !!!! In fact I went in to get some more rubble bags / sacks and some Panasonic D cell batteries, and they hadn't any of them either. Wasted visit. (Ashington store - Northumberland.)


​I too have never found a B&M deal available in my local store in Bristol. I often find that people vote hot just because someone finds a good deal in their local store. having trawled through all the comments to date I don't see one that suggests anybody else has found this deal. Obviously I am pleased for the person who posted the deal
assuming they actually found it in stock.

Factoring in inflation etc., Quality St. are cheaper now than they have ever been.

termite

Factoring in inflation etc., Quality St. are cheaper now than they have … Factoring in inflation etc., Quality St. are cheaper now than they have ever been.



Depends on interpretation really?.

many moons back the metal tins were HUGE!.

It's NOT to be said to be that way again now is it?, so ..... lool.
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