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Wall's Funny Feet ice lolly's - £2 at major supermarkets then £1.50 cashback with Shopitize
Wall's Funny Feet ice lolly's - £2 at major supermarkets then £1.50 cashback with Shopitize

Wall's Funny Feet ice lolly's - £2 at major supermarkets then £1.50 cashback with Shopitize

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£2.00 each or 2 for £3 at asda, tesco, waitrose & sainsburys. Then get £1.50 using shopitize after using voucher code : 14FEET

18 Comments

Original Poster

So 50p for one pack or £1.50 for two.

good deal although there don't taste as nice as they did when I was little or maybe I just remember then being better.

heat added

Yes should be changed because it a better deal than the op realizes

Plus if you mix and match both Funny feet (shopitize £1.50)and Rowntrees fruit pastille lollies (shopitize 50p) then after the 2 for £3 you'll get £2 back and pay only £1!

I've just signed up for shopitize but cant see the funny feet offer, am I looking in the right place?

Original Poster

steadyeddie

I've just signed up for shopitize but cant see the funny feet offer, am I … I've just signed up for shopitize but cant see the funny feet offer, am I looking in the right place?


If you go to the menu and click on voucher code and put 14FEET in it will then add it :-)

And Wookybee that's even better thanks :-)

stefy2k

If you go to the menu and click on voucher code and put 14FEET in it will … If you go to the menu and click on voucher code and put 14FEET in it will then add it :-)And Wookybee that's even better thanks :-)

Thanks for that

Only just recently started on shopitize , so not sure what the symbols mean. surely if you buy one funny feet and one pastille , you can only claim one 75p and 25 p not the £2 off , as I say not sure what the headmaster hat symbol means , still good deal but will stick to two funny feet ( beg the pun) unless someone knows for sure how they work it

Only just started using shopitize recently , on the unlock codes it I split into two , does that means if you went for funny feet and fruit pastille , you would only get one 75p and one 25p not the £2 , not sure what the headmaster hat symbol means on one of the funny feet's 75p. Unless know for sure , will stick to the same two funny feet ( beg the pun)

Voted cold for possessive apostrophe used in place of a plural.

Scissorhands

Voted cold for possessive apostrophe used in place of a plural.


Nice. ; D

I'm so glad these have made a comeback, I love funny feet. Can't wait to get some soon. Heat added...

Every day of a 3 week holiday in Spain in 1986, me and my brother had one of these. Marvellous. They were called 'Frigo Pie' over there which amused me no end but bro was too young to get why.

anyone know of anymore voucher codes to use on the shopitize app thanks stefy2k for the 14FEET code......voted hot

Do they smell like stinky cheese?

Cold!, Reminds me of Ex-Princess Fergie!

crazymonkey

Do they smell like stinky cheese?



Nope. Childhood classic and something everyone should have tried. Getting some for the kids.

jason21monkey

anyone know of anymore voucher codes to use on the shopitize app thanks … anyone know of anymore voucher codes to use on the shopitize app thanks stefy2k for the 14FEET code......voted hot




You'll get emails with the code or keep an eye on the Shopitize Facebook page.
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