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Quality Street Tin 800G £5 @ Tesco
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Quality Street Tin 800G £5 @ Tesco

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Posted 5th Nov

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Nice price. Offer valid for delivery from 06/11/2019 until 19/11/2019.

"What's your favourite Quality Street? With a variety of iconic sweets to choose from, you're sure to bring home everyone's favourites. Every tin of Quality Street contains a mixture of our famous individually wrapped chocolates, toffees, and Fruit Cremés for everyone to enjoy.
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How upset would you be if you opened this to find a sewing kit?
going purely on the prices quoted on this thread.

800g = £6.25 per k/g
720g = £5.54 per k/g
650g = £6.15 per k/g
1kg = £7.00 per k/g <<<

650g and 630g seem to be other options but with no prices quoted we cant do a per k/g comparison.
Edited by: "pfpf" 5th Nov
I always go by the cost per 100g. This deal is 63p/100g, which is way above my target price...50p/100g. Loads of deals below that last year, just have to be aware of the net weight of the contents that less than half fill these containers!!

Edit: I'm baffled as to why this post has passed the 1000 mark, and why it ha been in the highlights section all day. Its not a bad deal, but certainly not a great deal!
Edited by: "Bestbitter" 6th Nov
Heat added they always seem to smell nicer in a tin for some reason
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Nice price. The 720g tin is £3.99 at Lidl if that helps anyone.
juggler105/11/2019 07:46

Nice price. The 720g tin is £3.99 at Lidl if that helps anyone.


Nice, are those gold tins aswell?

How many sizes are they making now?
Talk about confusing people, what happened to just small and big tins?
It's going to be like chocolate bars were you get snack size, small multi pack size, standard size, king size etc?
juggler105/11/2019 07:46

Nice price. The 720g tin is £3.99 at Lidl if that helps anyone.



That's good,wish I hadn't bought 12 of the plastic 650g now,oh well at least my shopping is done now,I was worried about missing out
Voted hot on price,used to love the purple ones but now can't stand the taste of their chocolate,Roses for me nowadays.
I watched a program on the amount of un-recyclable plastic in these selections, which has totally put be off buying them.
So which is best value for money?, 650g/720g/800g ??.
NuffinisFree05/11/2019 07:57

Nice, are those gold tins aswell?How many sizes are they making now?Talk …Nice, are those gold tins aswell?How many sizes are they making now?Talk about confusing people, what happened to just small and big tins?It's going to be like chocolate bars were you get snack size, small multi pack size, standard size, king size etc?


Oh, this was the normal kind. Mind you, they also confusingly stock a 630g at same price (?)
Is this offer in store
Heat added they always seem to smell nicer in a tin for some reason
Thanks
Don't understand people whinging about the value aspect of the sweets when you spend so much on decorations, wrapping and accessories at Christmas anyway - I'm buying these just because it comes in a nice tin,
goldy1205/11/2019 09:34

ThanksDon't understand people whinging about the value aspect of the …ThanksDon't understand people whinging about the value aspect of the sweets when you spend so much on decorations, wrapping and accessories at Christmas anyway - I'm buying these just because it comes in a nice tin,



I think people are just trying to work out which tins are better value for money, try to get the most chocolate for your money rather than just have something pretty to look at.

Thanks OP, hopefully they have some on my local. A gold tin would we a welcomed change from the purple ones
Edited by: "NuffinisFree" 5th Nov
going purely on the prices quoted on this thread.

800g = £6.25 per k/g
720g = £5.54 per k/g
650g = £6.15 per k/g
1kg = £7.00 per k/g <<<

650g and 630g seem to be other options but with no prices quoted we cant do a per k/g comparison.
Edited by: "pfpf" 5th Nov
pfpf05/11/2019 09:56

going purely on the prices quoted on this thread.800g = £6.25 per k/g720g …going purely on the prices quoted on this thread.800g = £6.25 per k/g720g = £5.54 per k/g650g and 630g seem to be other options but with no prices quoted we cant do a per k/g comparison.


Asda do the 650g tins for £4 at the moment
They also a 1kg tin for £7

Also to add to the confusion are these the weight of the contents or the chocolates as the tins quote both weights
Edited by: "NuffinisFree" 5th Nov
pfpf05/11/2019 09:56

going purely on the prices quoted on this thread.800g = £6.25 per k/g720g …going purely on the prices quoted on this thread.800g = £6.25 per k/g720g = £5.54 per k/g650g = £6.15 per k/g1kg = £7.00 per k/g <<< 650g and 630g seem to be other options but with no prices quoted we cant do a per k/g comparison.



there it is
Rogier_Arpignot05/11/2019 09:09

I watched a program on the amount of un-recyclable plastic in these …I watched a program on the amount of un-recyclable plastic in these selections, which has totally put be off buying them.


Missed it, but the tubs alone are bad enough. And to think of the how many people buy in multiples, it doesn't bare thinking about. Also, in my opinion, for gifts the tins look better too.
Anyone want the new brownie ones out of my tin? Swapsies for orange
juggler105/11/2019 07:46

Nice price. The 720g tin is £3.99 at Lidl if that helps anyone.



Only had 650g plastic tubs for £3.99 in the Lidl i shopped in this afternoon
Quality street
Why would anyone buy these, always the last ones left after Christmas.
Celebration, Roses and Hero's any day over these
batemansxxxb05/11/2019 17:07

Only had 650g plastic tubs for £3.99 in the Lidl i shopped in this …Only had 650g plastic tubs for £3.99 in the Lidl i shopped in this afternoon


I def saw them as took a pic for friend-
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Nice tin, shame I can't eat it.
In the Tesco near mine they've went down to £3.50
NuffinisFree05/11/2019 07:57

Nice, are those gold tins aswell?How many sizes are they making now?Talk …Nice, are those gold tins aswell?How many sizes are they making now?Talk about confusing people, what happened to just small and big tins?It's going to be like chocolate bars were you get snack size, small multi pack size, standard size, king size etc?


I thought I was the only one annoyed by this. It is a means to deceive us. It is impossible to remember what the correct price is. Oh it's 10% cheaper than last week, yeah but 25% smaller. It sucks.
Never mind in regards to Quality Street - I don't get why anyone would buy this - most of QS tastes like perfumed imitation bullcrap.

My suggestion is to buy less, but better quality.
wishwish05/11/2019 08:12

Voted hot on price,used to love the purple ones but now can't stand the …Voted hot on price,used to love the purple ones but now can't stand the taste of their chocolate,Roses for me nowadays.


Roses u kidding me
I always go by the cost per 100g. This deal is 63p/100g, which is way above my target price...50p/100g. Loads of deals below that last year, just have to be aware of the net weight of the contents that less than half fill these containers!!

Edit: I'm baffled as to why this post has passed the 1000 mark, and why it ha been in the highlights section all day. Its not a bad deal, but certainly not a great deal!
Edited by: "Bestbitter" 6th Nov
Costco have 2kg tins in store. I think they’re about £12.00?
How upset would you be if you opened this to find a sewing kit?
Lol childhood memories! I have continued this as my legacy, my children find spare keys, lentils and first aid paraphernalia
Bestbitter06/11/2019 09:16

I always go by the cost per 100g. This deal is 63p/100g, which is way …I always go by the cost per 100g. This deal is 63p/100g, which is way above my target price...50p/100g. Loads of deals below that last year, just have to be aware of the net weight of the contents that less than half fill these containers!!


Someone with some sense at last
Quality Street is better than Roses. They are.
Saved £5, didn't buy.
imisswoolworth06/11/2019 13:59

Quality Street is better than Roses. They are.


Celebrations are better than both of them combined.
RSJMann06/11/2019 14:46

Celebrations are better than both of them combined.


Exactly

There is no quality or taste in Quality street and Roses
RSJMann06/11/2019 14:46

Celebrations are better than both of them combined.


Heroes are better than celebrations.
itchyone06/11/2019 17:03

Heroes are better than celebrations.


They on par
I mean fudge
itchyone06/11/2019 17:03

Heroes are better than celebrations.


To be fair, I considered bringing Heroes in the debate too, but decided against it
RSJMann07/11/2019 09:24

To be fair, I considered bringing Heroes in the debate too, but decided …To be fair, I considered bringing Heroes in the debate too, but decided against it


I'm anti fudge personally.
itchyone07/11/2019 09:28

I'm anti fudge personally.


Same, they taste cheap.(If that makes sense?)
Zero.Chill06/11/2019 09:59

How upset would you be if you opened this to find a sewing kit?


Do you sew for the whole street?
Edited by: "KingAwKings" 7th Nov
princesskizzy05/11/2019 09:26

Heat added they always seem to smell nicer in a tin for some reason


Thought it was only me who thought this!
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