Reese's 3 peanut butter cups (51g) - only 30p @ Waitrose
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Reese's 3 peanut butter cups (51g) - only 30p @ Waitrose

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Found 9th Oct 2013
Just discovered this deal in my local store.

Seems to be the cheapest around!

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Omg...why did you have to post this when I've just started my diet ;-)
They are the most delicious little treats EVER!!
Hot!!

These are really ridiculously good, *drool*

Nationwide?

Obviously not as good a price but, for those who don't know (or aren't near a Waitrose), these are also nationwide and online at Tesco (3 packs for £1.20).

Unfortunately whenever I order them online in 100s they don't seem to have enough..

Good spot OP.

They only have the Reese's sticks in the Holborn store but they are on offer at 31p

Hurray, finally a Waitrose deal!

Try my peasant's approach, smear a bit of PB onto a giant cadbury's button. mmmmmmmm.

all b and m shops in liverpool have them for 29p. great deal at waitrose and b and m at the mo. yummy.

Yep I got some today too Reese's cups and sticks 30p stocked up as me and my son love them and they are rarely on offer brought loads of Reese's bk from the states in the summer but they seem to have disappeared now surely we didn't eat them all! Didn't have the Reese's nutrageous bar at my branch in holsworthy as I haven't actually tried that particular one either so maybe next time heat and no doubt Ibs added

Yes

they are also selling Reese's pumpkins in B&M for 25p each

Original Poster

Didn't realise it would get this hot. I only bought the one today, now thinking I should have got more!

can anyone else confirm the reeses pumpkin in b&m?

29p at home bargains for the superior in every way american ones.
Asda It hink had the UK produced ones on offer they're just not the same

Are these the US or UK ones?

If you haven't tried the Ben & Jerry's Peanut butter cup ice cream you need to leave your home / place of work and go buy some now.

home bargains will be the eu ones. not that they actually do them anyway!

Home Bargains /B&M have the US ones in my local, check the packets to see where they were made/distributed
And I agree with the BnJ comment that ice cream is fantastic, almost as good as vermonster
Edited by: "J1135" 10th Oct 2013

J1135

Home Bargains /B&M have the US ones in my local, check the packets to see … Home Bargains /B&M have the US ones in my local, check the packets to see where they were made/distributed ;)And I agree with the BnJ comment that ice cream is fantastic, almost as good as vermonster


The eu release are still made in the usa but to a different recipe I have a pack in front of me. Simple way to work out if it's a usa release is the fact that by law there will be an import sticky label over the usa ingredients converting them to EU E numbers from the food coloring numbers they give in the usa. My job is importing from the usa. Heading past b&m now so will check for the pumpkins which will quite possibly be a usa release as I was not aware they were making them for the eu market. Not that they will be in there of course.

No Reese's stix in my waitrose but they said they might get them in soon. B&M did indeed have the USA cups 2 in a pack for 29p.

boxtas

The eu release are still made in the usa but to a different recipe I have … The eu release are still made in the usa but to a different recipe I have a pack in front of me. Simple way to work out if it's a usa release is the fact that by law there will be an import sticky label over the usa ingredients converting them to EU E numbers from the food coloring numbers they give in the usa. My job is importing from the usa. Heading past b&m now so will check for the pumpkins which will quite possibly be a usa release as I was not aware they were making them for the eu market. Not that they will be in there of course.



I'm sure the recent stuff in Asda says on the back it was produced somewhere down south?
And yes the stuff in B&M does have a large white label attached to the back, think it had the distributors name on also as I've found many a time with imported goods. Love it when I find proper Hersheys dirt cheap Altho I know a lot of people actaully dislike hersheys chocolate

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J1135

29p at home bargains for the superior in every way american ones.Asda It … 29p at home bargains for the superior in every way american ones.Asda It hink had the UK produced ones on offer they're just not the same :(Are these the US or UK ones?



US ones

Oooh might have to pop to Waitrose then thats cheaper than B&M!
I will admit the stockpile I bought last week has erm dissappeared *oink* lol

To clarify.. I've been guzzling down EU Reese's when in fact there are even more delicious versions in the US?

Any good flight deals to America at the moment?

Waitrose are the EU versions! B&M have the USA cups.

Balls to waitrose then! LOL

Gestr deffo try the BnJ peanut butter cup ice cream dude

J1135

Balls to waitrose then! LOLGestr deffo try the BnJ peanut butter cup ice … Balls to waitrose then! LOLGestr deffo try the BnJ peanut butter cup ice cream dude



I don't need to be told twice to eat anything frankly.

I was at the Waitrose in Glasgow today and this deal is still alive. The ones I bought say "made in USA" but have EU packaging.

Interestingly, many of the peanut butter cups you buy in the US are actually made in Mexico and not in Hershey, PA.

The Tesco deal - online at least - seems to have gone. The peanut butter cups seem to have been replaced completely by pumpkin stuff.
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