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Toblerone 170g only £1 in Farmfoods
Toblerone 170g only £1 in Farmfoods

Toblerone 170g only £1 in Farmfoods

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Sick of buying the rubbish new 150g Toblerone with its even more rubbish design?
Well pop on down to Farmfoods where you can still get the old skool 170g bar with its proper chocolatey peaks for the same old skool price of £1.

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Iceland is doing it for £1 too at the moment

This size has been selling for this price for years in Poundland, only one of the few things in that store worth the money.

Shame on Toblerone for the pathetic new bars.

Chocolate is the only industry where the future holds smaller, poorer quality product yet expects the customer to pay more. Surely by now they could be 3d printing with chocolate doing some really trick stuff, making it it blue or something exciting.

Willy Wonka could not be the more polar opposite of a real chocolate manufacturer.

May as well just buy the cheap supermarket chocolate when the brands keep corner cutting like this.

Same price at Tesco and they are doing the white chocolate version at Poundland, the white chocolate is very nice i bought 19 bars and 20 of the standard. They will be nice stocking fillers for the kids so they can make themselves sick Christmas day afternoon. These are a great price when you think a Mars bar is over 50p the toblerone is massive, i cant eat a full one.

polly69

Same price at Tesco and they are doing the white chocolate version at … Same price at Tesco and they are doing the white chocolate version at Poundland, the white chocolate is very nice i bought 19 bars and 20 of the standard. They will be nice stocking fillers for the kids so they can make themselves sick Christmas day afternoon. These are a great price when you think a Mars bar is over 50p the toblerone is massive, i cant eat a full one.


You are NOT comparing like with like , weight for weight. In the same Poundland store and elsewhere on offer. 4 Mars for £1 , that the 4 X 37.5g - 39g ones, so about the same total weight. Try this: line up 4 bars Mars like Tob and leave a bit of gap per section, it is then massive and you can eat it all in one go too.
Edited by: "splender" 12th Nov 2016

All this talk of smaller Toblerone bars has had me craving the damn things all week!

And not one stupid photo shopped picture yet. :-)

brianfj1200

This size has been selling for this price for years in Poundland, only … This size has been selling for this price for years in Poundland, only one of the few things in that store worth the money.



​Poundland have changed to the new smaller version already

fireman1

And not one stupid photo shopped picture yet. :-)


https://i.gyazo.com/fa35038a7809bdb7c815a354602072f7.png

good find op, heat added

Skyhiigh

​Poundland have changed to the new smaller version already


Well that's another thing less I will be buying from this expensive shop!
Edited by: "brianfj1200" 12th Nov 2016

B&M selling this for £1 too.

boostii

Shame on Toblerone for the pathetic new bars. Chocolate is the only … Shame on Toblerone for the pathetic new bars. Chocolate is the only industry where the future holds smaller, poorer quality product yet expects the customer to pay more. Surely by now they could be 3d printing with chocolate doing some really trick stuff, making it it blue or something exciting.Willy Wonka could not be the more polar opposite of a real chocolate manufacturer.May as well just buy the cheap supermarket chocolate when the brands keep corner cutting like this.



Nonsense it's about the taste, I don't want blue chocolate and I don't want 3D printed chocolate or any other tedious fashionable daft trick. There's no need to f**k around with something for the sake of it. I don't want 'hipster' chocolate for morons. Economics mean we get a poorer deal and that's what I would hope manufacturer's address, you can add in obesity and other health complaints in to the mix, I like chocolate I eat it every two or three days but I'm not obese yet and don't plan to be.

Edited by: "fishmaster" 12th Nov 2016

boostii

Shame on Toblerone for the pathetic new bars. Chocolate is the only … Shame on Toblerone for the pathetic new bars. Chocolate is the only industry where the future holds smaller, poorer quality product yet expects the customer to pay more. Surely by now they could be 3d printing with chocolate doing some really trick stuff, making it it blue or something exciting.Willy Wonka could not be the more polar opposite of a real chocolate manufacturer.May as well just buy the cheap supermarket chocolate when the brands keep corner cutting like this.



Rather, shame on Brexit voters! weaker pound = smaller Toblerone. Didn't see that coming? David said so, George said so; go listen to Nigel and Boris!

Mmmmmmmmmm this is a quality choc bar at a quality price.

Nice deal.

carbolite

Rather, shame on Brexit voters! weaker pound = smaller Toblerone. Didn't … Rather, shame on Brexit voters! weaker pound = smaller Toblerone. Didn't see that coming? David said so, George said so; go listen to Nigel and Boris!



Thing is now the pound is getting stronger towards the USA dollar since Trump was voted in . Seems some people on the markets think the USA is a bigger basketcase problem than little old UK.

Also where did David and George say in their pre referendum speeches that the Toblerone will shrink in size. I must have missed that.

Do note that these size changes are only happening in the UK, nowhere else.

All other manufacturers who are using Brexit as a reason for price rises better hurry up as the £ against the $ has risen 5 cents from the low. Only has another 6 cent rise to be back where we were on 23 June.

robin5858

All other manufacturers who are using Brexit as a reason for price rises … All other manufacturers who are using Brexit as a reason for price rises better hurry up as the £ against the $ has risen 5 cents from the low. Only has another 6 cent rise to be back where we were on 23 June.



citation needed

Exchange rate in June was between 1.41 and 1.49. On 23 June it was 1.49, it's currently 1.26. We're still 16% down on pre-brexit rates. (xe.com/cur…ts/?from=GBP&to=USD&view=1Y)
Edited by: "foobie" 12th Nov 2016

fishmaster

Nonsense it's about the taste, I don't want blue chocolate and I don't … Nonsense it's about the taste, I don't want blue chocolate and I don't want 3D printed chocolate or any other tedious fashionable daft trick. There's no need to f**k around with something for the sake of it. I don't want 'hipster' chocolate for morons. Economics mean we get a poorer deal and that's what I would hope manufacturer's address, you can add in obesity and other health complaints in to the mix, I like chocolate I eat it every two or three days but I'm not obese yet and don't plan to be.



So, I guess you'd be happy if car manufacturers still sold us cars that were designed in the 1970's with 1970's levels of performance and comfort, but were more expensive and made with poorer quality parts.

400+ degrees for something that's a available for £1 all year long. Jesus wept

I do wonder if this is all just a meta-corporate ploy by the Toblerone makers to get us all talking about the product. It's been all over the media almost as much as Trump's smirking face this week. I know a lot of the stories have been negative but people are talking about it all over the world. I bet their sales figures have gone through the roof recently. I know I'm craving Toblerone at the moment and I haven't had one for years...

Skyhiigh

​Poundland have changed to the new smaller version already



​They sell both the 170g and 150g in mine.

I'm guessing the boxes of 170g they do have will be the last of the stock...

Skyhiigh

​Poundland have changed to the new smaller version already


I thought it was odd a week or so ago when my local poundland were selling the 400g bar for £2 - guess they got stock to clear before the real announcement came out turning it from TOBLERONE into T_B_E_O_E

2 pounds in Paundland for 400g.

i know this "deal" but i just come to see the comments(_;)

No one should buy a Toblerone, until they put it back to the way it was.

Why change the bar why not increase the price a little, one thing is for sure when the cost reduces they will never make the bar bigger again.

just bought same from poundland yesterday (definitely 170g)

90p in my 2 local Poundlands for 170g

My Poundland is still advertising the 170g bars but only has the 150g bars on the shelves. Bought a few 400g bars instead.

The fact it's only a few weeks to Christmas and that's probably their annual high point for sales, I agree.

waiting for the 171g bar to drop.

boostii

Shame on Toblerone for the pathetic new bars. Chocolate is the only … Shame on Toblerone for the pathetic new bars. Chocolate is the only industry where the future holds smaller, poorer quality product yet expects the customer to pay more. Surely by now they could be 3d printing with chocolate doing some really trick stuff, making it it blue or something exciting.Willy Wonka could not be the more polar opposite of a real chocolate manufacturer.May as well just buy the cheap supermarket chocolate when the brands keep corner cutting like this.


Change something = uproar = more sales.....

i saw it this morning (SUNDAY 13TH NOV.) at POUNDLAND - 170g TOBLERONE in different varieties, ALL £1.

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davidbrent

I do wonder if this is all just a meta-corporate ploy by the Toblerone … I do wonder if this is all just a meta-corporate ploy by the Toblerone makers to get us all talking about the product. It's been all over the media almost as much as Trump's smirking face this week. I know a lot of the stories have been negative but people are talking about it all over the world. I bet their sales figures have gone through the roof recently. I know I'm craving Toblerone at the moment and I haven't had one for years...



Only a f. idiot would buy the new missing peaks Toblerone. But then that's the world today, full of f. idiots!
Just don't buy it. Then they'll get the message. Bit like Kit-Kat and dozy Unilever with Marmite... both can be found on offer in supermarkets. Like fuel, all blaming Brexit yet I filled up today and the price has come back down... why? It's unsustainable... just wait and it'll come back down even further. Then as Xmas nears they'll put it back up a tad. They're all con merchants. Shop around and find the best deal. If you don't you'll lose out. I realise some don't have the time to shop around but you can always look on here.
Bit like the Celebrations choc offer today (Yuk, hate celebrations), someone asked about Roses, any offers. Too late, Waitrose had them at just £3.60 with their card a couple weeks back ...and it was on here! Just look in daily and you'll save money. Isn't that what this is all about?

anonimousse

Mondelēz don't care.



As I just said, f. 'em. DON'T buy it. They'll get the message.

However, if you do buy it, they won't get the message and the next thing they'll think 'oh look the suckers are still buying our 'fake' bar, let's hike the price a bit as well. We can blame it on Brexit, everything is blamed on Brexit and suckers believe it.' 'Yeah, let's add another 50p to the price and test the water.'

jnigel26

As I just said, f. 'em. DON'T buy it. They'll get the message. However, … As I just said, f. 'em. DON'T buy it. They'll get the message. However, if you do buy it, they won't get the message and the next thing they'll think 'oh look the suckers are still buying our 'fake' bar, let's hike the price a bit as well. We can blame it on Brexit, everything is blamed on Brexit and suckers believe it.' 'Yeah, let's add another 50p to the price and test the water.'



​Thing is a plan in change of size is not done overnight. This must have been in the pipeline just on the turn of this year. So Brexit shouldn't really be an excuse.

I only buy 2 or 3 a year - it's not as nice as it used to be.

boostii

So, I guess you'd be happy if car manufacturers still sold us cars that … So, I guess you'd be happy if car manufacturers still sold us cars that were designed in the 1970's with 1970's levels of performance and comfort, but were more expensive and made with poorer quality parts.



Poor analogy, you're expositing that technology should be applied as a method of progress to chocolate, which is largely nonsense, you can apply technology to manufacturing and creating new products, but when something is right it's right. Does Toblerone need to be blue? No it definitely does not.

bring back the snowcapped one and well talk.

BE CAREFUL!! Went into 2 branches of Home Bargains and the price label stated 170g but the Toblerones were only the 150g bar. The branches were Birkenhead Precinct and Liverpool St. Johns Precinct. It is deceitful and ILLEGAL to mislead. (I also posted on more recent Toblerone offer post).
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