Remember remember .... 15 pack of fireworks for £4.99 @ Aldi instore
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Remember remember .... 15 pack of fireworks for £4.99 @ Aldi instore

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Found 15th Oct 2013
With Bonfire Night (5th Nov) and Diwali (3rd Nov) fast approaching, Aldi has an instore deal on fireworks as part of its Special buys range including:

- £4.99 Astro 15 piece selection Box, including one wheel, 3x Roman candles, 10x fountains and 1x finale mine.
- £1.39 for 21x, Gold sparklers
- £9.99 Power Storm 100 shots - one fuse sets of 100 shots of whistling red, silver and green stars, goes up 50-60 feet high.
- £14.99 Gemini 17 piece selection box, incl 6x long lasting fountains, 2x multi-shots, 2x rockets, 5x Roman candles, 1x wheel and 1x finale aerial mine.
- £19.99 Merlin 22 piece selection box, incl 2 x wheels, 11x pretty coloured fountains, 5x Roman candles and 4x rockets.

32 Comments

Watch your money go up in smoke

people celabrating an act of terrorism? funny old world innit.

Disco Dave

Watch your money go up in smoke


sunnyhot

people celabrating an act of terrorism? funny old world innit.



Well you sucked the fun out of that deal!

sunnyhot

people celabrating an act of terrorism? funny old world innit.



People celebrate the birth and death of someone who has yet to be 100% proven to exist and spend a hell of a lot more money on those occasions (OK Christmas more) so yes it's a very funny old world.

Apart from the odd horizontal rocket, Aldi and Lidl both have good quality fireworks for the money.

Good value!

Have to get some sparkles before they sell out they usually go quick

sunnyhot

people celabrating an act of terrorism? funny old world innit.



You better cancel Christmas too then chap

PeteHerts

People celebrate the birth and death of someone who has yet to be 100% … People celebrate the birth and death of someone who has yet to be 100% proven to exist and spend a hell of a lot more money on those occasions (OK Christmas more) so yes it's a very funny old world.



Yet ? more like never will be and never did.

I prefer the Lidl range by Weco

Original Poster

margamboy

I prefer the Lidl range by Weco



Lidl offers:

- £7.99 Cyber 14 piece selection box, which include fountains, star shell batteries, transformation fountains and more.
lidl.co.uk/cps…432

- £12.99 Fire pack 17 piece selection box, which include multi-shot batteries, Roman candles, giant volcanoes and sound fountains. lidl.co.uk/cps…425

-Get any three £7.99 items (apart from the Ocean of lights mega fountain battery) for £20 which include (Cyber fireworks selection box, Cocktail of rockets 8 pack and Ipamema comet battery 30 shots).
lidl.co.uk/cps…432
lidl.co.uk/cps…448
lidl.co.uk/cps…431
Edited by: "Chanchi32" 15th Oct 2013

sunnyhot

people celabrating an act of terrorism? funny old world innit.



Well, an attempted AOT

sunnyhot

people celabrating an act of terrorism? funny old world innit.



Historically it's actually celebrating the foiling of the act of terrorism.


Why do you think you put the effigy of guy fawkes on the bonfire?


Funny way to celebrate someone isn't it?

good deal bit of fun with family and friends thank you x

Meh just get V for Vendetta with yer fiver

Voting cold on behalf of my dog.

Not voting on behalf of my nerves and my ears.....boom bang boom bang.....wheeeeeeeeeeeee!

Thats a nice price I can stock up! hot!

Good deal, and great if you want a quiet back garden display but Lidl will give you more variety and noise if thats what you are after.

The 3 for £20 deal is great value.

I posted a bit early i think but here is the lidl deal.

hotukdeals.com/dea…636

Banned

nice!

Cheap fireworks are always disappointing

I just don't understand. Garden displays are the cause of death for so many pets and wildlife each year, and there are so many organised events to go to that have way more control over that kind of thing than you ever could in your garden. Why do people keep doing garden displays? It makes me sad.

Crumble

Apart from the odd horizontal rocket, Aldi and Lidl both have good … Apart from the odd horizontal rocket, Aldi and Lidl both have good quality fireworks for the money.Good value!



Or put another way "apart from the odd highly dangerous one that could maim, kill, cause a fire etc they are good quality......" oO
Edited by: "colin1961" 16th Oct 2013

chesskitty

I just don't understand. Garden displays are the cause of death for so … I just don't understand. Garden displays are the cause of death for so many pets and wildlife each year, and there are so many organised events to go to that have way more control over that kind of thing than you ever could in your garden. Why do people keep doing garden displays? It makes me sad.



Because they are selfish. Or have money to (literally) burn. Or are the type who won't use public transport because they think its beneath them to share a carriage with anyone they haven't personally invited. Or they think that having their own display is some sort of evidence of status (even if they've got Delboy's three-wheeler wreck in the front garden).

All sorts of reasons really - the only way you'd ever get these people anywhere near a (much more interesting) public display would be to outlaw the sale of fireworks to the general public, which won't happen in my lifetime (more's the pity). So we'll have to continue putting up with underage Billy Few-Mates buying fireworks illegally at his local dodgy store and sending them horizontally into the path of public/drivers/cyclists.... and A&E being kept busier than usual for a few nights every year.

Aldi has videos of all the fireworks they sell.. Watching the vids,, my advice is to get a bucket, light the entire box and put it in.

Thanks (_;)

premierfella

Because they are selfish. Or have money to (literally) burn. Or are the … Because they are selfish. Or have money to (literally) burn. Or are the type who won't use public transport because they think its beneath them to share a carriage with anyone they haven't personally invited. Or they think that having their own display is some sort of evidence of status (even if they've got Delboy's three-wheeler wreck in the front garden).All sorts of reasons really - the only way you'd ever get these people anywhere near a (much more interesting) public display would be to outlaw the sale of fireworks to the general public, which won't happen in my lifetime (more's the pity). So we'll have to continue putting up with underage Billy Few-Mates buying fireworks illegally at his local dodgy store and sending them horizontally into the path of public/drivers/cyclists.... and A&E being kept busier than usual for a few nights every year.



Are you a troll? What you said didn't describe garden displays which are perfectly safe as long as you have a brain (for people AND wildlife.), don't know what displays you've seen, but I guess I won't be visiting wherever you live anytime soon!

Idiots who buy/steal fireworks are to blame, not the people enjoying a pretty light show.

Tons of people do go to these displays, which is the problem, you're cattle herded into a pen really far away from anything, after paying a fiver to get in (to the free field). May as well watch from a bedroom window, least you can drink and have snacks. Public displays are basically crap, unenjoyable, overcrowded and boring.

Just back from Aldi and thought that these were to expensive maybe I was wrong.

Sapphiraez

What you said didn't describe garden displays which are perfectly safe as … What you said didn't describe garden displays which are perfectly safe as long as you have a brain (for people AND wildlife.)



I think that unfortunately the fact is the majority of people who do hold garden displays don't have much of a brain - most don't even seem to bother telling their neighbours in advance that they'll be doing it. I'm quite sure there are plenty of intelligent, well-intentioned people that hold them too, but the fact is simply that too much is out of your control when you hold a garden display - you don't have the means to properly clear the area and even if you do tell your neighbours, the sound of fireworks travels so far you'll be terrifying anything within a radius of many streets away, and I don't see even the most conscientious individual going round telling everyone in the surrounding neighbourhoods. All it can take is one person to be out walking their dog, or a cat to be out wandering about, the animal gets terrified by a loud bang, darts into the road and is hit by a car. It has happened. And it's a similar case with wildlife - I'm not talking about people being stupid and the firework directly causing harm, it's the fear that the sound of fireworks causes in animals and the damage (even if only temporary) that it can do to their hearing, which disorientates them and often leads to actions that result in their death.

With organised displays, the majority of people anywhere nearby and often rather further away are typically made aware of them, and the information that one is taking place is readily available if people want to check, which many pet owners would. There's nothing people can do about garden displays they don't know about. And organised events by necessity are out in the open where they're much less likely to cause problems for wildlife, which won't be so close by due to both vast numbers of people and less things for them to actually be in.

Personally I've never been aware of an organised display that cost as much as a fiver, but I won't dispute that they may exist. I don't really know what difference it makes how close you are to where the fireworks are set off though - they go way up into the sky and it really wouldn't make a difference if you were a bit closer to their starting point. So yeah, I agree, half the time you might as well stand outside the area if there's a fee to get in, but that's not really an argument for holding your own since you'll spend a lot more buying them yourself. Also there's nothing stopping you taking snacks in to the field.

All in all, it's not like bonfire night is actually in any way at all an important event. I doubt anyone can say with honesty that it means anything to them. Fireworks are pretty and we've decided that one particular night (and, rather unreasonably and ridiculously in my view, surrounding weeks) is when we'll primarily look at them. But they don't matter - they don't mean anything and we don't need to see them. Personally I think if people don't want to go to public displays, or to watch them from nearby, just don't bother with them at all. You might ultimately prevent the death or great distress of a person or animal, and you really won't have missed out on anything.

Don't you just love the miserable, handwringers that stomp on every bit of fun you could possibly hope to enjoy. Why not shut the curtains, turn the tv up and sit in the dark and leave the rest of us to our fun social gatherings you soul sucking whingbags

balajake

Don't you just love the miserable, handwringers that stomp on every bit … Don't you just love the miserable, handwringers that stomp on every bit of fun you could possibly hope to enjoy. Why not shut the curtains, turn the tv up and sit in the dark and leave the rest of us to our fun social gatherings you soul sucking whingbags



Hear hear!!

Very good deal this! Most supermarkets charge from £15 onwards for a box of fireworks. Getting some heat from me
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