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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 22nd Dec 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®.
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sebanelli22/12/2019 13:09

What they don't tell you is the sweets are noticeablysmaller this year.


And words are becoming noticablylonger !
£8 for 2kg in Costco
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It's a really god damn shame i can't get a chocolate deal (Goes and hunts for one)
KingOfKingsYNWA22/12/2019 07:47

It's a really god damn shame i can't get a chocolate deal (Goes and hunts …It's a really god damn shame i can't get a chocolate deal (Goes and hunts for one)


Go go go
Heroes are better... Just saying still hot as its 🍫 can't go wrong
£8 for 2kg in Costco
MrMoonX22/12/2019 08:09

£8 for 2kg in Costco


Saw this in store last week, it’s massive!
kieronmclaughlin1822/12/2019 08:08

Heroes are better... Just saying still hot as its 🍫 can't go …Heroes are better... Just saying still hot as its 🍫 can't go wrong


Most of these are sugar and milk with a hint of chocolate.
DealJourno22/12/2019 09:12

Most of these are sugar and milk with a hint of chocolate.



In the EU, Chocolate must contain 35% dry cocoa solids. So-called "milk" chocolate gets a special derogation for use in the UK and Ireland, but even this must have minimum 25% cocoa solids.
Edited by: "Jace_Phoenix" 22nd Dec 2019
Picked some of these up last week... Yum
hotdealsareus12322/12/2019 10:46

Picked some of these up last week... Yum


And you didn't share with us? Wow very kind!
Super price & I love this tin. Thanks for sharing.
whitechick5822/12/2019 10:55

Super price & I love this tin. Thanks for sharing.


You can have the tin I'll have the chocolates then?
KingOfKingsYNWA22/12/2019 10:47

And you didn't share with us? Wow very kind!


Didn't think it was a big deal tbh
Edited by: "hotdealsareus123" 22nd Dec 2019
What they don't tell you is the sweets are noticeablysmaller this year.
Edited by: "sebanelli" 22nd Dec 2019
sebanelli22/12/2019 13:09

What they don't tell you is the sweets are noticeablysmaller this year.


And words are becoming noticablylonger !
Not as good a deal as the 1kg tin @£6
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Fiver for 1.2kg just a few year ago shocking Every year they shave 100g off.... Joke will be n them soon though....
The tin is still not big enough for a toddler to fall into.
whitechick5822/12/2019 10:55

Super price & I love this tin. Thanks for sharing.


Too true...I use one for all my bottles of nail polish!
summerof7622/12/2019 14:41

Heat added


Thanks Summer I hope you have a great Christmas
I wonder if as they try to make more profit they simply just throw in more of those dreadful ones - the coin-shaped ones and the stick shaped ones, both clad in yellow? First thing I do when I get a tin is throw all those in a tub for Halloween visitors, together with the blue nougat ones and any other rock solid ones that clamp onto your teeth for days.. What's left is edible stuff, fit for a Christmas treat.
Each year the edible ones get fewer and fewer per kilo, or so it seems.
I spent about 4 decades as a QS man, but have now defected to Roses as I feel they're ALL edible.
Edited by: "David.Evans251" 23rd Dec 2019
650g is £3.50 in my local Morrisons
sebanelli22/12/2019 13:09

What they don't tell you is the sweets are noticeablysmaller this year.


I think you’ll find 800g is 800g whether it’s large or small...
Edited by: "zggb0b" 22nd Dec 2019
I now buy the bags of as, roses etc at roughly 40% less and chuck them into last years boxes
David.Evans25122/12/2019 17:23

I wonder if as they try to make more profit they simply just throw in more …I wonder if as they try to make more profit they simply just throw in more of those dreadful ones - the coin-shamed ones and the stick shaped ones, both clad in yellow? First thing I do when I get a tin is throw all those in a tub for Halloween visitors, together with the blue nougat ones and any other rock solid ones that clamp onto your teeth for days.. What's left is edible stuff, fit for a Christmas treat. Each year the edible ones get fewer and fewer per kilo, or so it seems.I spent about 4 decades as a QS man, but have now defected to Roses as I feel they're ALL edible.

Omg. I love the toffee ones which are the coin and long one and there is a brown one too. Please send them my way as its all I eat. I wish they made a tub with just them!
Nus.22/12/2019 22:55

Omg. I love the toffee ones which are the coin and long one and there is a …Omg. I love the toffee ones which are the coin and long one and there is a brown one too. Please send them my way as its all I eat. I wish they made a tub with just them!


You can choose your favs in John Lewis, they have a pick and mix and voila, you have your ideal tin.
@reindeer333

Why is this a hotdeal when theres another post for quality street at a cheaper price ???

Asda £3.50 for 650grams ( works out 53p per 100 grams, which means for £10 you would get 1.857Kg )
Tesco £5 for 800grams ( works out 62p per 100 grams, which means for £10 you would get 1.600Kg )


Another poor post in my book as its not the best value.......


Just saying.....................


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dealdelver22/12/2019 23:07

You can choose your favs in John Lewis, they have a pick and mix and …You can choose your favs in John Lewis, they have a pick and mix and voila, you have your ideal tin.


Omg I will surely check them out. I've been abroad for 6yrs, just came back September so I don't know any of these cool new stuff. Thanks a bunch! X
@fredsaid it's possibly that these are tinned, as a gift they have the edge, and lesser of evils on the war against plastic. Though that said, the 1kg tin is selling at £6 in supermarket, 60p 100g.
MrMoonX22/12/2019 08:09

£8 for 2kg in Costco


Were not all members of Costco though!
..... am not impressed with the chocolate fudge brownie and the old school coconut. Is it just me?
DealJourno22/12/2019 09:12

Most of these are sugar and milk with a hint of chocolate.


What's not to like it all tastes good haha
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