Quality street 820g 3.99 @ Aldi
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Quality street 820g 3.99 @ Aldi

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Found 10th Nov 2013
Quality street 830g tub 3.99 at Aldi, was 4.79 only priced from 3.99 today.

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not reduced at mine

Was in there today, they was not this price in mine .

asda £4 as with roses, celebrations ta so x

Think we need to stick to Asda unless this is confirmed at several places. At least with Asda, we know it's a definite £4, AND there is a choice of products. Vote reserved for now.

Banned

£4.79 at mine

£4 at Tesco

Every penny counts!

While this is a great price, what has happened to the sizes of the tins? For a totaly unrelated reason I was watching an
80's Woolworth's advert the other day and noticed the Quality street tins were over 5lb! That's over 2.2kg or nearly 3 of these tiny tins.

trebor

While this is a great price, what has happened to the sizes of the tins? … While this is a great price, what has happened to the sizes of the tins? For a totaly unrelated reason I was watching an 80's Woolworth's advert the other day and noticed the Quality street tins were over 5lb! That's over 2.2kg or nearly 3 of these tiny tins.



yea they try and make it sound great as its a tin. but as you say its piddly compared to years ago.

Why are people going crazy for these tins is the real question ..other than herd mentality
Edited by: "wendy07" 10th Nov 2013

Banned

its so small in case you are or might be obise

4.79 in mime

Do people actually like Quality Street? Any time we got them growing up, we just wished that whoever had bought them had opted for Roses instead.

I was in my local one in Finchley yesterday evening and it was priced £4.79.

Confirmed price in the Shepton Mallet branch

Most of the stores are selling 750g/800g tins for £5 and 350g boxes for £2.
If you do the Arithmetic, you'll see that buying the £2 boxes is more economical...

Deal is available at Manchester Arndale Shopping Centre

Picked up 2 today £3.99

They are 795gm not 820gm.

Devro

Do people actually like Quality Street? Any time we got them growing up, … Do people actually like Quality Street? Any time we got them growing up, we just wished that whoever had bought them had opted for Roses instead.

From my personal experience over the decades, there are always more sweets which are left in the tins of Quality Street than other tins (you know how people pick from the tins their favourite flavours first.)
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