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Reese's Pieces £0.15 at Home Bargains
Reese's Pieces £0.15 at Home Bargains

Reese's Pieces £0.15 at Home Bargains

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Reese's Pieces, 43gm bag - 15p @ Home Bargains.

I'm assuming this is nationwide, saw them in my 2 local stores over the weekend.

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yum yum, i'm off to my local in the morning to check if they have them

Picked up 10 on Saturday, yum

Bought some yesterday, wish I'd got some more, they didn't last long!!

Hi,

I dont have one of these stores near me :-( where else can I buy these from in the UK?

I dont mind paying a little preimum... just not a fan of paying way over the odds somewhere like eBay.

Rgds,
Nick.

I saw these near the till today at Quality Save,what are they,never seen them before!

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ngard81;7224775

Hi,I dont have one of these stores near me :-( where else can I buy … Hi,I dont have one of these stores near me :-( where else can I buy these from in the UK? I dont mind paying a little preimum... just not a fan of paying way over the odds somewhere like eBay. Rgds,Nick.



I noticed they also had them in Morrisons petrol station, probably in store too - think they were 2 for £0.70. Hope this helps :santa:

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deb8z;7224842

I saw these near the till today at Quality Save,what are they,never seen … I saw these near the till today at Quality Save,what are they,never seen them before!



They're "peanut butter candy in a crunchy shell" (American). Basically they're like Smarties/M&M's but with a peanut butter type filling

deb8z;7224842

I saw these near the till today at Quality Save,what are they,never seen … I saw these near the till today at Quality Save,what are they,never seen them before!



It's gross American "chocolate" :thumbsup:

There's no chocolate in these as far as I remember - just peanut butter in a crispy shell.

yeurch! good price but don't like them personally!

Wish there was a shop near us.

I love reeses my favorite Thank You

My mum picked up a few of these the other day. Not for me like, bit toooooo sweet and peantuy (that a word...?).

Still cheap though!

car622;7224861

I noticed they also had them in Morrisons petrol station, probably in … I noticed they also had them in Morrisons petrol station, probably in store too - think they were 2 for £0.70. Hope this helps :santa:



they do have them in store by the tills, i picked up some as they said 55p each then i noticed on till it knocked 40p off for 2 packs so i got another couple, shame i hadnt seen this deal as have a home bargains in nearest town. i never understood the facination with these till i tried them i dont like peanut butter but these are moreish lol
corinne

Arrghhh I love these and they're so cheap!!

Just wish there was a Home Bargains more locally in Swansea...

Banned

The only decent product hershey make. most of there chocs are awfull

These are really good. It's that American peanut butter fondant stuff inside. It's like Marmite, you either love it or hate it.*

I love them, but I think I prefer the Cups to the Pieces. The Reese's shop in New York sells limited edition "Elvis" packs of both, they have Peanut Butter and Banana in them. God bless those Yanks. I haven't been down my local Home Bargains, this is as good a reason as any!

Reese's Pieces are still not as good as (the US only) Peanut Butter M&M's though. They are the pinnacle of the crispy shell confectionery art! I've got 3 enormous bags in my cupboard from Florida, ha ha!

[SIZE="1"]* - Note this product doesn't actually taste like Marmite![/SIZE]

i bought one bag today to try. basically they are like smarties but with a peanuty taste. they are ok not sure if i buy any more.
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