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Topic Single Chocolate Bar, 47 g, Pack of 40 - £12.50 Prime / +£4.49 non Prime @ Amazon
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Topic Single Chocolate Bar, 47 g, Pack of 40 - £12.50 Prime / +£4.49 non Prime @ Amazon

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Posted 9th May
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31p per bar

  • Centre contains soft nougat, smooth caramel and whole hazelnuts
  • Covered in smooth milk chocolate
  • Contains forty standard single 47 g Topic bars
  • Suitable for vegetarians

Smooth milk chocolate with a centre filled with soft nougat, smooth caramel and whole hazelnuts. Contains forty standard single 47 g Topic bars. Free from artificial colours, flavours and preservatives, suitable for vegetarians.
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I normally get a pack of 4 for £1. Sometimes Morrisons, sometimes B&M.
rachelandgromit09/05/2020 11:39

I normally get a pack of 4 for £1. Sometimes Morrisons, sometimes B&M.


Most supermarkets + Poundland.
I used to love these as a kid. In fact I'd say they were the Rolls Royce of chocolate bars.

However, they don't seem the same these days. That luxury has been replaced with 'meh'.
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I normally get a pack of 4 for £1. Sometimes Morrisons, sometimes B&M.
rachelandgromit09/05/2020 11:39

I normally get a pack of 4 for £1. Sometimes Morrisons, sometimes B&M.


Most supermarkets + Poundland.
This is more than 25p a bar.
Love topics hate shopping at the moment so I'm all over this. tvm.
Topics are the best, but not when buying in bulk is more than normal price for a 4 pack
£10.63 on a Subscribe and Save. Thanks OP
Gosh I didn’t know these are still being made, I do have the occasional marathon bar.
rachelandgromit09/05/2020 11:39

I normally get a pack of 4 for £1. Sometimes Morrisons, sometimes B&M.


Are they the same size as these?
These are the same size as you get in the 4-packs from a supermarket for £1.50 (when not on sale).
40691387-fF8Fm.jpgEven so, If you can't find them on sale, this represents a £2.50 saving on buying 10 packs (if you are an Amazon Prime member).
I used to love these as a kid. In fact I'd say they were the Rolls Royce of chocolate bars.

However, they don't seem the same these days. That luxury has been replaced with 'meh'.
4 for a quid in the supermarket
people are saying 4 for a pound which supermarkets then
1234pj09/05/2020 13:38

Gosh I didn’t know these are still being made, I do have the occasional m …Gosh I didn’t know these are still being made, I do have the occasional marathon bar.


That’s a bit “off topic”
1234pj09/05/2020 13:38

Gosh I didn’t know these are still being made, I do have the occasional m …Gosh I didn’t know these are still being made, I do have the occasional marathon bar.


Marathon hasn’t been around for about err 30 years.
gslgregory09/05/2020 14:08

I used to love these as a kid. In fact I'd say they were the Rolls Royce …I used to love these as a kid. In fact I'd say they were the Rolls Royce of chocolate bars.However, they don't seem the same these days. That luxury has been replaced with 'meh'.


Yeah they removed most of the hazelnuts and added more toffee
mtuk109/05/2020 16:07

Marathon hasn’t been around for about err 30 years.


Yes snickers. Why change the name?
What has a hazelnut in every bite.......?

Used to love them as a kid, real luxury chocolate bar.

These days they just stick to my pallet
Cheers OP. I didn’t need them but on top of the. I’d of MilkyWays,Twix and scurry Wurlys I bought over last few weeks, I thought why not? Have ordered as all the others are almost eaten. I’ll be 3st heavier by June!
Blast... From the past
1234pj09/05/2020 17:54

Yes snickers. Why change the name?


Because the UK was the only country in the world using that name. Much easier to have one production line.
I wasn't happy when they changed opal fruits to starburst !
Edited by: "waterloo" 10th May
I don't understand why so many people are posting that these are 4 for a £1 in all the supermarkets. They aren't. The cheapest of the major supermarkets is currently £1.25 for 4 which makes it the same price per bar as this deal, assuming that you don't use S&S.

If, like me, you use S&S to get the 15% discount then this deal is cheaper and, arguably, more convenient.
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