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Quality Street Tub 650g - £3.50 at Tesco
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Quality Street Tub 650g - £3.50 at Tesco

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Posted 19th Nov 2019

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Tesco’s one big deal is £3.50 for only Quality Street tubs.

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  • A variety of your favourite iconic individually wrapped sweets
  • Delicious milk and dark chocolates, toffees, and fruit cremés
  • Perfect for sharing at Christmas and other celebrations
  • Includes the famous Green Triangle and The Purple One "as well as the new Chocolate Caramel Brownie!"
  • No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives
  • Quality Street is suitable for vegetarians
  • Pack size: 650g
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Cheers OP I have about 20 assorted tubs so far,and will get another 6 of these,that's me sorted for bad weather and any oncoming winter depression
Pipster19/11/2019 08:00

Looks like I’ll be buying too many agin this year, I still have half a tub …Looks like I’ll be buying too many agin this year, I still have half a tub left from last Christmas!


How does this even happen!!
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lots of heat for an average deal.

I bought 2 in Asda a few weeks ago for £7, for all tubs, not just quality street. i know you don't have time machines.. but i consider this price to be about par for these. I mean it's only 50p less what they are in there right now.
Edited by: "Jace_Phoenix" 19th Nov 2019
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Yes yes yes!!!!
Cheers OP I have about 20 assorted tubs so far,and will get another 6 of these,that's me sorted for bad weather and any oncoming winter depression
Updated with added information as available on website for groceries order
The charm of giving and receiving these type of chocolate boxes is wearing away since the heavy discounting offered by supermarkets. They seem to be sold in massive bulk at the front of every supermarket store
Edited by: "DealRider" 19th Nov 2019
DealRider19/11/2019 07:36

The charm of giving and receiving these type of chocolate boxes is wearing …The charm of giving and receiving these type of chocolate boxes is wearing away since the heavy discounting offered by supermarkets. They seem to be sold in massive bulk at the front of every supermarket store


Yes you are half right,but is much better to receive than give.(The true spirit of Christmas is lost when it comes to chocolate). .
Strawberry cream
🤮🤢🤮🤢
Pity it's only for Quality Street, Heroes and Celebrations are preferred in our house.
Still, great deal!

Just been toy local express, scanning at £5. Last said they were all £3.50 last week but have all gone back up. She also said might just be bigger stores now.
Oh well, save me putting on a stone
Edited by: "paulhollio" 19th Nov 2019
Looks like I’ll be buying too many agin this year, I still have half a tub left from last Christmas!
Pipster19/11/2019 08:00

Looks like I’ll be buying too many agin this year, I still have half a tub …Looks like I’ll be buying too many agin this year, I still have half a tub left from last Christmas!


How does this even happen!!
AgentLipsy19/11/2019 08:05

How does this even happen!!


God knows, I did go a bit overboard last year.
Thanks, OP! 54p/100g...that will do! Can't hold off for the magical 50p any longer!!
AgentLipsy19/11/2019 08:05

How does this even happen!!



Coconut. Half a tub of coconut chocolate. Warning: unfit for human consumption.
Bestbitter19/11/2019 08:14

Thanks, OP! 54p/100g...that will do! Can't hold off for the magical 50p …Thanks, OP! 54p/100g...that will do! Can't hold off for the magical 50p any longer!!


That's cheaper than woolworths sweets shelf. I remember that magical moment but mum said, "leave them"
Edited by: "Misslovely" 19th Nov 2019
heat added thanks for posting op
are these keto friendly
I must... resist...

Until there is an offer on Heroes.
Bestbitter19/11/2019 08:14

Thanks, OP! 54p/100g...that will do! Can't hold off for the magical 50p …Thanks, OP! 54p/100g...that will do! Can't hold off for the magical 50p any longer!!


But is that 650g with or without wrappers ?
Good price thanks OP heat added 🔥
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Cold not 654 grams
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are these keto friendly



I had a tub anyway,may have gone out of ketosis for a short while but I needed the treat
I wonder if one's organs would pack up after eating a whole tin in say, half an hour? Call the paramedics!
Cheers OP. Have been waiting for an offer on these! Heat added
Great.... Will be up there stocking up for the relatives and also a few Thankyou gifts. Sorted
lots of heat for an average deal.

I bought 2 in Asda a few weeks ago for £7, for all tubs, not just quality street. i know you don't have time machines.. but i consider this price to be about par for these. I mean it's only 50p less what they are in there right now.
Edited by: "Jace_Phoenix" 19th Nov 2019
I am a bit puzzled about the amount of heat for these. Granted, I am not a great fan, so it would be hard for the deal to excite me anyway, but it was again at this price on Tesco less than a month ago, again with lots of heat, and I remember going to Asda and looking up out of curiosity how much they were there. Well, they were £7 for two (along with similar tubs like Heroes etc), pretty much the same price... Not saying this is not the best price for people who love these, just curious about the amount of heat for a not very uncommon price.
I want celebrations not quality street
Nestle has again reduced the size of its Quality Street tubs, taking 70g off the weight for Christmas 2019. Quality Street tins and tubs carried 720g of chocolate in 2018, but this year the offering has been brought down to 650g.
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Try John Lewis - you can choose your own contents from a Q.S. pick & mix selection. A 1.2Kg tin costs £12, or £15 if you want the tin personalising with a name.
I realise it's more expensive (although 1.2Kg is nearly twice the size a regular tin) but it avoids having lots of unpopular ones left in the tin!
And, a lady at JL said last year's personalised tin can be brought back for refilling at a lower price
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liverpoolecho.co.uk/wha…244
Edited by: "sjs31" 25th Nov 2019
2.99 at Aldi
Jace_Phoenix19/11/2019 14:00

lots of heat for an average deal.I bought 2 in Asda a few weeks ago for …lots of heat for an average deal.I bought 2 in Asda a few weeks ago for £7, for all tubs, not just quality street. i know you don't have time machines.. but i consider this price to be about par for these. I mean it's only 50p less what they are in there right now.


Have to like for the excellent preemptive counter to the usual time machine nonsense!
DealRider19/11/2019 07:36

The charm of giving and receiving these type of chocolate boxes is wearing …The charm of giving and receiving these type of chocolate boxes is wearing away since the heavy discounting offered by supermarkets. They seem to be sold in massive bulk at the front of every supermarket store


True but I wouldn't even pay 3 quid for a tub of overpriced choccies so my mum getting me one is still appreciated
Jef_B19/11/2019 11:39

I wonder if one's organs would pack up after eating a whole tin in say, …I wonder if one's organs would pack up after eating a whole tin in say, half an hour? Call the paramedics!



The dentist, with all that toffee
I always take advantage of these types of offers and then end up piling on the pounds over xmas due to overeating only to fall ill in the new year due to the binge. Then I promise myself I won't ever do it again to only repeat the cycle.
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This might be of interest? Recent bought a carton myself and it did seem to be much better. Had pretty much two of each sweet with one toffee penny.

Faced with feedback that the chocolate sweets are more popular than their toffee based counterparts, the Quality Street team has switched up the ratios in each assortment so that the mix of chocolate sweets has gone from 35% to 46%.

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Thanks for posting, we have added this to the Highlights page
Got some from LIdl last week for the same price.

The new caramel brownie one is yuck.

And they're kept the coconut one and the fudge and they're not great either IMO.
Edited by: "Cremoso99" 19th Nov 2019
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