Quality Street Tin 871G £5.00 @ Tesco from 05/12
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Quality Street Tin 871G £5.00 @ Tesco from 05/12

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Quality Street Tin 871G £5.00 @ Tesco from 05/12
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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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This is an alright deal but not that different from the price of the various size tins / tubs, as they all work out around 57-58p per 100g. The only real advantage is that you get a tin rather than a cardboard box or plastic tub.

698g for £4 (Tesco) = 57.3p/100g
871g for £5 = 57.4p/100g
1.2kg for £7 (Sainsbury’s) = 58.3p/100g

The 265g box was £1.50 in Tesco last week and actually offered (slightly) better value at 56.6p/100g. Although I’m not sure if they will run this again but it shows that bigger tins don’t always offer the best value.
Oh happy days... Woolies at its best!

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Edited by: "Caravanman55" 4th Dec
Please be aware these contain palm oil
I don’t know how this site works. When I posted this deal last month nobody seemed interested. Now someone else posted this and it is smoking hot.

My post:
hotukdeals.com/dea…958
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Heat, heat, heat
Heat from me
The tins from last year were 1.1kg
Ts189916 m ago

The tins from last year were 1.1kg


I feel like the whole point of this tin is that it shouldn't shrink in size. If they are going to shrink it then you may as well get two of the plastic tubs for £7 as they are better value for money.

I'm convinced the smaller tubs are going to get so small people will stop buying them and they will revert back to the 1kg tins.
Bear12315 m ago

I feel like the whole point of this tin is that it shouldn't shrink in …I feel like the whole point of this tin is that it shouldn't shrink in size. If they are going to shrink it then you may as well get two of the plastic tubs for £7 as they are better value for money.I'm convinced the smaller tubs are going to get so small people will stop buying them and they will revert back to the 1kg tins.



Ts189922 m ago

The tins from last year were 1.1kg



Think you are confusing them with a different product Asda & Sainsbury do the larger tins , but at a larger price also £7 , so it depends what you want and and what you are prepared to pay .
Edited by: "oscarcat" 4th Dec
This is an alright deal but not that different from the price of the various size tins / tubs, as they all work out around 57-58p per 100g. The only real advantage is that you get a tin rather than a cardboard box or plastic tub.

698g for £4 (Tesco) = 57.3p/100g
871g for £5 = 57.4p/100g
1.2kg for £7 (Sainsbury’s) = 58.3p/100g

The 265g box was £1.50 in Tesco last week and actually offered (slightly) better value at 56.6p/100g. Although I’m not sure if they will run this again but it shows that bigger tins don’t always offer the best value.
Please be aware these contain palm oil
oscarcat47 m ago

Think you are confusing them with a different product Asda & Sainsbury do …Think you are confusing them with a different product Asda & Sainsbury do the larger tins , but at a larger price also £7 , so it depends what you want and and what you are prepared to pay .


It’s not that much difference in price between this (57.4p/100g) and the 1.2kg tin for £7 in Sainsbury’s (58.3g/100g). Although the 1.2kg costs more it is actually similar value for money
squiff50 m ago

Please be aware these contain palm oil


Thanks for info
Quality street..... Yuk
Shrunk in size again great to see in tin though
squiff6 h, 0 m ago

Please be aware these contain palm oil


And before it become the latest bandwagon to jump on the majority of people didn't care in the slightest
eset1234524 m ago

And before it become the latest bandwagon to jump on the majority of …And before it become the latest bandwagon to jump on the majority of people didn't care in the slightest


Most Fat people don't care, thats why there fat, until its too late.
Showing as £5 online now. Thanks @oscarcat
squiff10 h, 25 m ago

Please be aware these contain palm oil


Palm oil is one of the most efficiently grown plants for its oils In the world. So stop using it could lead to more damage as they could revert to less efficient plants for replacement. Choice responsibily sourced palm oil instead of boycotting it.
If only they could do these size tins and prices for CDbury Roses too, it seems to only ever be quality streets!
I'd love to see a dolphin try to get this stuck up it's blowhole.
squiff10 h, 33 m ago

Please be aware these contain palm oil


Hopefully it's sustainably sourced palm oil. Rightly or wrongly I'd still buy them regardless.
Edited by: "supacook2k" 4th Dec
Ben_ReynoldsQtN11 m ago

Palm oil is one of the most efficiently grown plants for its oils In the … Palm oil is one of the most efficiently grown plants for its oils In the world. So stop using it could lead to more damage as they could revert to less efficient plants for replacement. Choice responsibily sourced palm oil instead of boycotting it.


Nestlé doesn't "responsibly source" their palm oil. Please do some research. I also wasn't boycotting it, I was highlighting the mere fact that Quality Street contain palm oil, which they do.
Oh happy days... Woolies at its best!

36374887-rDeSK.jpg
Edited by: "Caravanman55" 4th Dec
healthandsafety6 h, 8 m ago

Most Fat people don't care, thats why there fat, until its too late.


Yeah, because only fat people eat things with palm oil in amiright?
I don’t know how this site works. When I posted this deal last month nobody seemed interested. Now someone else posted this and it is smoking hot.

My post:
hotukdeals.com/dea…958
gmcm200013 h, 31 m ago

This is an alright deal but not that different from the price of the …This is an alright deal but not that different from the price of the various size tins / tubs, as they all work out around 57-58p per 100g. The only real advantage is that you get a tin rather than a cardboard box or plastic tub.698g for £4 (Tesco) = 57.3p/100g871g for £5 = 57.4p/100g1.2kg for £7 (Sainsbury’s) = 58.3p/100gThe 265g box was £1.50 in Tesco last week and actually offered (slightly) better value at 56.6p/100g. Although I’m not sure if they will run this again but it shows that bigger tins don’t always offer the best value.



Good maths, you are exactly right, they all work out to be 57 - 58p per 100g at ASDA, SAINSBURYS, ALDI, ICELAND....yet they get a few hundred degrees heat as deal posts BUT this £5 gets 1000 degrees heat more, how crazy?!?
Anishmathew19 m ago

I don’t know how this site works. When I posted this deal last month n …I don’t know how this site works. When I posted this deal last month nobody seemed interested. Now someone else posted this and it is smoking hot. My post: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/nestle-quality-street-871g-tub-5-was-6-tesco-3097958



I think there are three speculative reasons for massive difference in heat:-

1. The first few comments, "Heat Heat Heat" or " Slightly cheaper than Morrisons 720g for £4", then the lemmings. follow and they ain't got a clue with unit pricing or bothered to retain in brain multiple price/weight data,

2. The momentum of the rise of heat to 500 initially,

3. Time of day of post.
squiff2 h, 39 m ago

Nestlé doesn't "responsibly source" their palm oil. Please do some …Nestlé doesn't "responsibly source" their palm oil. Please do some research. I also wasn't boycotting it, I was highlighting the mere fact that Quality Street contain palm oil, which they do.



No company ever on this planet, put on their web sites, an independent audit of outcomes of what had happened as actuals in "responsibly sourced" compared to what they wished as corporate policy in "responsibly sourced", on the same web page.

Likewise, no company ever on this planet, put on their web sites, put on their web sites, an independent audit of outcomes of what had happened as actuals in "Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking" compared to what they wished as corporate policy in "Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking", on the same web page.

...and so on.

If I am wrong, please someone post me a link which shows actuals versus wish.
healthandsafety7 h, 0 m ago

Most Fat people don't care, thats why there fat, until its too late.



It could be the word "care", that's an action verb, that's the arbiter.

I would suggest that some people do care, in talk the talk.

But a fraction of people may not walk the walk (and action what they said), that's why they are fat?!

Talking ain't going to use too many calories, walking does (running away with work even better).

eset1234552 m ago

Yeah, because only fat people eat things with palm oil in amiright?

Edited by: "splender" 5th Dec
termite4 h, 7 m ago

I'd love to see a dolphin try to get this stuck up it's blowhole.


What the hell kind of sick (and dare I also add - bazaar), comment/statement was that?.

I fail to follow ...
gmcm200015 h, 15 m ago

This is an alright deal but not that different from the price of the …This is an alright deal but not that different from the price of the various size tins / tubs, as they all work out around 57-58p per 100g. The only real advantage is that you get a tin rather than a cardboard box or plastic tub.698g for £4 (Tesco) = 57.3p/100g871g for £5 = 57.4p/100g1.2kg for £7 (Sainsbury’s) = 58.3p/100gThe 265g box was £1.50 in Tesco last week and actually offered (slightly) better value at 56.6p/100g. Although I’m not sure if they will run this again but it shows that bigger tins don’t always offer the best value.


gmcm200014 h, 35 m ago

It’s not that much difference in price between this (57.4p/100g) and the 1 …It’s not that much difference in price between this (57.4p/100g) and the 1.2kg tin for £7 in Sainsbury’s (58.3g/100g). Although the 1.2kg costs more it is actually similar value for money


Toooooooo much Math at this time of the early morn'. :-(

Hehehehehe. ;-)

Thanx nonetheless though. :-D
Caravanman553 h, 37 m ago

Oh happy days... Woolies at its best![Image]


"Woolies at its best!".

Like WOW!!, you're not kidding?, hehehehe. :-)

And then they duly KILLED IT allllll!! - as in 'everything'?!). :-(
OP .. good Deal by the way. :-)
healthandsafety13 h, 59 m ago

Most Fat people don't care, thats why there fat, until its too late.


Imagine insulting fat people and not being able to spell.....
Caravanman554th Dec

Oh happy days... Woolies at its best![Image]


Sugar tax, shrinking the size of burgers, tins of sweets, its annoying and pointless in my opinion as people who want to eat it will eat it regardless. They should focus on charging people extra to use the nhs if its related to abusing food.
Edited by: "t7mmu" 6th Dec
squiff20 h, 59 m ago

Please be aware these contain palm oil


Is that a benefit?
t7mmu13 m ago

Sugar tax, shrinking the size of burgers tins of sweets, its annoying and …Sugar tax, shrinking the size of burgers tins of sweets, its annoying and pointless in my opinion as people who want to eat it will eat it regardless. They should focus on charging people extra to use the nhs if its related to abusing food.


Mmmmmmm “burger tins”
t7mmu15 m ago

Sugar tax, shrinking the size of burgers tins of sweets, its annoying and …Sugar tax, shrinking the size of burgers tins of sweets, its annoying and pointless in my opinion as people who want to eat it will eat it regardless. They should focus on charging people extra to use the nhs if its related to abusing food.


And for drugs? Alcohol? Smoking? People with mental health caused by drug abuse? What about parents who continue with a pregnancy knowing they will have a child with severe disabilities that will rely heavily on the nhs...Where do you draw the line? You’ll be charging extra to almost everyone. ‘Fat people’ also pay for their nhs like everybody else does. Do you refuse others healthcare they pay for too?
Hungryhorris2 m ago

Mmmmmmm “burger tins”


I reckon you've found a gap in the market there!
splender7 h, 48 m ago

No company ever on this planet, put on their web sites, an independent …No company ever on this planet, put on their web sites, an independent audit of outcomes of what had happened as actuals in "responsibly sourced" compared to what they wished as corporate policy in "responsibly sourced", on the same web page.Likewise, no company ever on this planet, put on their web sites, put on their web sites, an independent audit of outcomes of what had happened as actuals in "Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking" compared to what they wished as corporate policy in "Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking", on the same web page....and so on.If I am wrong, please someone post me a link which shows actuals versus wish.


splender7 h, 48 m ago

No company ever on this planet, put on their web sites, an independent …No company ever on this planet, put on their web sites, an independent audit of outcomes of what had happened as actuals in "responsibly sourced" compared to what they wished as corporate policy in "responsibly sourced", on the same web page.Likewise, no company ever on this planet, put on their web sites, put on their web sites, an independent audit of outcomes of what had happened as actuals in "Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking" compared to what they wished as corporate policy in "Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking", on the same web page....and so on.If I am wrong, please someone post me a link which shows actuals versus wish.


Sometimes this can happen. For example environmental standards, which can be closely linked to palm oil use. Is if they use ISO14001 there is no need to and your correct a business probably wouldn’t want to post something like that. However to have EMAS for environmental standards they will. Just a heads up.
Caravanman5510 h, 1 m ago

Oh happy days... Woolies at its best![Image]


Just to clarify as my head has been destroyed by this photo. But quality street had a tin that was 2.5kg? 2500g?
Puffycamtoe5 m ago

And for drugs? Alcohol? Smoking? People with mental health caused by drug …And for drugs? Alcohol? Smoking? People with mental health caused by drug abuse? What about parents who continue with a pregnancy knowing they will have a child with severe disabilities that will rely heavily on the nhs...Where do you draw the line? You’ll be charging extra to almost everyone. ‘Fat people’ also pay for their nhs like everybody else does. Do you refuse others healthcare they pay for too?


Drugs yes, alcohol yes, smoking yes, a child with disabilities sadly doesnt get a say in what they are born with, so how is that comparible?
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