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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 3rd Dec 2019

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Offer valid for delivery from 04/12/2019 until 17/12/2019
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  • "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.
  • The rustle of sweets, the unmistakable scent of the newly-opened tin, and the gleam of each bright, multicoloured wrapper is all part of the joy of Quality Street®. When you bring home a tin of our famous individually wrapped chocolates, nobody will be able to wait to dig through and find their favourite. Whether you're enjoying these iconic Christmas sweets on the special day or just spending time together as a family, create moments that you can treasure forever with Quality Street®.
  • Our iconic selection of sweets has been bringing people together since 1936. John Macintosh, the owner of a successful confectionery business in Norwich, sold a deliciously chewy new toffee invented by his wife. When his son inherited the business, he soon created a range of sweets in beautiful wrappers that everyone could enjoy - and Quality Street® was born.
  • Our sweets have been made in Halifax in Yorkshire since 1936, but they are enjoyed all over the world by lovers of delicious chocolate. You'll know it's Christmas when you see the iconic purple hexagonal tin for the first time. From The Purple One to Green Triangle, Strawberry Delight to Chocolate Toffee Finger, there's something that everyone in the family can't wait to get their hands on. Open the tin, dig through the sparkling sweets, and discover festive moments that you'll remember forever."
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Georgedeals03/12/2019 14:06

People are fed up with companies cutting the size every year, these used …People are fed up with companies cutting the size every year, these used to be 45 Kg a tin,


The tin from the 1920's was so large I hear people used to live in them.
I am buying this purely because I want the tin to store items in.
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Ouch, price going up, contents going down.........
Edited by: "Mirola" 3rd Dec 2019
Georgedeals03/12/2019 14:06

People are fed up with companies cutting the size every year, these used …People are fed up with companies cutting the size every year, these used to be 45 Kg a tin,


Have been injured or had an accident at work?

Maybe you put your back out trying to put a 45kg tin of quality street in your shopping trolley?

If so, were here to help you get the compensation you don't deserve...
Edited by: "t7mmu" 4th Dec 2019
I heard years ago when they were first launched football clubs used to use them as ready made stadiums.
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Proper sized tin
deleted210070503/12/2019 10:05

Proper sized tin


For sure Although this tin will be 720g next year if they keep going with their 10% weight reductions
Buy 3, share the contents of the third tin between the other two tins - then they're proper sized!
reindeer33303/12/2019 12:02

For sure Although this tin will be 720g next year if they keep going …For sure Although this tin will be 720g next year if they keep going with their 10% weight reductions


People are fed up with companies cutting the size every year, these used to be 45 Kg a tin,
Georgedeals03/12/2019 14:06

People are fed up with companies cutting the size every year, these used …People are fed up with companies cutting the size every year, these used to be 45 Kg a tin,


The tin from the 1920's was so large I hear people used to live in them.
I am buying this purely because I want the tin to store items in.
Is this a tin or a plastic tub?. If so surely better for the environment if it’s metal . The chocolate companies have missed a golden opportunity to boost their credibility by marketing them all in cardboard tubs.
I heard years ago when they were first launched football clubs used to use them as ready made stadiums.
are these metal tins?
cleanrug03/12/2019 19:14

Is this a tin or a plastic tub?. If so surely better for the environment …Is this a tin or a plastic tub?. If so surely better for the environment if it’s metal . The chocolate companies have missed a golden opportunity to boost their credibility by marketing them all in cardboard tubs.



leegp7903/12/2019 19:24

are these metal tins?


These are Metal tins, exactly as shown in the picture, really nice design
I bought a couple last time they were on offer a few weeks back.
Like eating a tin of tasty lard! Sizzling hot at a fiver!
680g tubs for £3.50 are cheaper per 100g!
clanmckenzie03/12/2019 20:16

680g tubs for £3.50 are cheaper per 100g!


No longer £3.50 thou , they are now £5.00, so these tins are now cheaper .
Georgedeals03/12/2019 14:06

People are fed up with companies cutting the size every year, these used …People are fed up with companies cutting the size every year, these used to be 45 Kg a tin,


Have been injured or had an accident at work?

Maybe you put your back out trying to put a 45kg tin of quality street in your shopping trolley?

If so, were here to help you get the compensation you don't deserve...
Edited by: "t7mmu" 4th Dec 2019
Redscoped03/12/2019 17:16

The tin from the 1920's was so large I hear people used to live in them. I …The tin from the 1920's was so large I hear people used to live in them. I am buying this purely because I want the tin to store items in.


Yeah, but Thatcher sold them all off, and now, with this housing crisis, Boris, May, David Gamm-er-on they were too busy choosing who amongst their club of mates gets the purple ones or the green triangles. If they leave any, you'll bet it will be the orange/strawberry cremes and toffee pennies for the rest of us.
The 600g tubs are £3.50. Works out better value per g. Can't vote this hot.
goldy1203/12/2019 20:32

No longer £3.50 thou , they are now £5.00, so these tins are now cheaper .


Were still 2 for £7 at Morrisons today
I remember when the tins used to be so big you could actually use them as an Olympic sized swimming pool. My how times have changed.
t7mmu03/12/2019 20:35

Have been injured or had an accident at work? Maybe you put your back out …Have been injured or had an accident at work? Maybe you put your back out trying to put a 45kg tin of quality street in your shopping trolley?If so, were here to help get you the compensation you don't deserve...


Why doesn't he deserve the compensation??
Wow, warm.

Bought 8 packs to feed the staff over Xmas.

Kindest regards
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Ouch, price going up, contents going down.........
Edited by: "Mirola" 3rd Dec 2019
Nestle! No thanks.
I got the 2Kg tin from Costco today for £9.69 (think this may be without VAT though) BUT at the end of the receipt it says
Store coupon - quality street 1.70
which is then taken off the price, Costco receipts are weird.
Edited by: "kingy666" 3rd Dec 2019
Redscoped03/12/2019 17:16

The tin from the 1920's was so large I hear people used to live in them. I …The tin from the 1920's was so large I hear people used to live in them. I am buying this purely because I want the tin to store items in.


they had tin in the 1920s? wasn't it like the iron age then?
Seriously though companies are taking British consumers for a ride. What's the latest weight of a pouch of Maltesers? They're basically snack-size packs now and the "sharing" bags are now the size of normal bags from a few years ago. And no need to mention Mars bars, Toblerones, and Chocolate Tangerines.

Not only the shrinking sizes though - the quality's down as well. Everyone knows Cadbury chocolate is pure oil nowadays but people continue to buy it anyway.
ruffedgrouse03/12/2019 23:55

Seriously though companies are taking British consumers for a ride. What's …Seriously though companies are taking British consumers for a ride. What's the latest weight of a pouch of Maltesers? They're basically snack-size packs now and the "sharing" bags are now the size of normal bags from a few years ago. And no need to mention Mars bars, Toblerones, and Chocolate Tangerines. Not only the shrinking sizes though - the quality's down as well. Everyone knows Cadbury chocolate is pure oil nowadays but people continue to buy it anyway.


i think there should be law in place to stop over-sizing packaging to deceive the consumer. it only adds to the problem of waste recycling that we already have. when the quantity inside a container reduces, the container should likewise reduce. soon no one will be able to find the food anywhere as they would have all shrunk to children's toy sizes!
Scanned it at my local tesco showing £6
cleanrug03/12/2019 19:14

Is this a tin or a plastic tub?. If so surely better for the environment …Is this a tin or a plastic tub?. If so surely better for the environment if it’s metal . The chocolate companies have missed a golden opportunity to boost their credibility by marketing them all in cardboard tubs.


They have started this celebrations do a square box expect others to follow.
Just been the Tesco metro and it's £6
cleanrug03/12/2019 19:14

Is this a tin or a plastic tub?. If so surely better for the environment …Is this a tin or a plastic tub?. If so surely better for the environment if it’s metal . The chocolate companies have missed a golden opportunity to boost their credibility by marketing them all in cardboard tubs.


The plastic tube are fully recyclable..... I should know I work for them
staffo04/12/2019 07:15

Just been the Tesco metro and it's £6


Metro are the convenience stores, they usually cost more.
Quality Street is surely the wrong name for these .....ought be called Substandard Way Too Sweet
This deal is saving a pound and the £3.50 deal at Morrisons is better value. There is also a 1kg tin in ASDA and Morrisons for £7
grahamwill3904/12/2019 10:58

Quality Street is surely the wrong name for these .....ought be called …Quality Street is surely the wrong name for these .....ought be called Substandard Way Too Sweet


yes, very true. i find these are the worst chocolates from the different brands. when i was a kid, this used to be our favourite chocolates but they don't taste so nice anymore. i don't know if that is because i am now an adult and so have different tastes to kids or whether they have become inferior with time.

i find the best chocolate box now is heroes.
mutley104/12/2019 11:56

yes, very true. i find these are the worst chocolates from the different …yes, very true. i find these are the worst chocolates from the different brands. when i was a kid, this used to be our favourite chocolates but they don't taste so nice anymore. i don't know if that is because i am now an adult and so have different tastes to kids or whether they have become inferior with time.i find the best chocolate box now is heroes.


I love chocolate especially Lindt & Hotel Chocolat - i find Cadbury too oily, Galaxy has an aftertaste. I love Kit Kats, but Twix are way too sweet. In work (John Lewis) they have open 1kg tins of QS on the staff room dining tables - but most people pass on them.
People complaining about the quality of the chocolate lol I bet they are the first hands in the tin when they get offered around at xmas.
grahamwill3904/12/2019 13:32

I love chocolate especially Lindt & Hotel Chocolat - i find Cadbury too …I love chocolate especially Lindt & Hotel Chocolat - i find Cadbury too oily, Galaxy has an aftertaste. I love Kit Kats, but Twix are way too sweet. In work (John Lewis) they have open 1kg tins of QS on the staff room dining tables - but most people pass on them.


i like chocolate but i am not a real chocolate fan. i don't like lindt and i particular dislike hotel chocolat. i don't really like galaxy, a bit boring. i do like kitkat, but not the chunky ones. i also like the twixt ones.

my favourite chocolate is those cheap ones from Lidl. i think they are german chocolates and they taste really nice and is very cheap.
Edited by: "mutley1" 4th Dec 2019
No wonder i saw a lady fill her trolley full with these tins, i didnt look at the price
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Redscoped04/12/2019 13:44

People complaining about the quality of the chocolate lol I bet they are …People complaining about the quality of the chocolate lol I bet they are the first hands in the tin when they get offered around at xmas.


I don't offer mine around at any time, I hide them in the garage and take them to bed early.
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