Wilko pack of 12 drinking jars with straws for just £2!
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Wilko pack of 12 drinking jars with straws for just £2!

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Found 21st Nov
Twelve pack of drinking jars complete with reusable straws for just £2!

Fab reviews commenting on the fact that they are good quality and were a bargain when they were £5 so now reduced to £2 makes them a steal!

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This was posted a month ago

Drea2 m ago

This was posted a month ago


And again yesterday or the day before!

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MissMonkeyMoo2 m ago

And again yesterday or the day before!


Hmm thats odd I always check before I post a deal and nothing comes up in the search. Oh well lets hope lots of new people see it and enjoy a bargain!

The deal disappeared.. so looks like this is unique.

Got all the way through the checkout before realising that I have no use for these whatsoever. Heat anyway though.

I ordered these the last time it was posted- the order got cancelled without noticed- only became aware when my money was refunded. I emailed them about it and still no response. Good deal if you can get it x

collected mine last week from store

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akajay073 m ago

Got all the way through the checkout before realising that I have no use …Got all the way through the checkout before realising that I have no use for these whatsoever. Heat anyway though.


I read in the reviews that a couple of people put solid lids on them and use them for preserving so that is what i'm going to do. When you think its a couple of pound for one Kilner jar these are a good alternative.

Also they could be used for candles outside, wedding favours, party bag alternatives.

I've ordered three packs as with all these ideas I can't do without them ha ha

Ordered to fill with sweets to use as children’s party bags, thanks!

I have these. decent for the price, but the lids don't last. they develop rust pretty quickly, so had to discard the lids after a few months.

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amieca20 m ago

Ordered to fill with sweets to use as children’s party bags, thanks!


They are perfect for that. I've made cordials from my fruit bushes and i'm thinking how lovely to be able to sit outside next year and have a covered drink with no flies lol!

2013 just called, they want their jars back.

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chimp14uk3 h, 34 m ago

2013 just called, they want their jars back.


You ordered some, go on admit it

Shirl6 m ago

You ordered some, go on admit it


Yes, back in 2013

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I just ordered another two packs... i'm going to fill them with tea lights and put them round the hot tub in summer!!

I got these last time around, birthday party favours and a little extra in the kids xmas bags filled with sweets - but they are nice to drink out of too, we don't bother with the lids often as they are not really made to last, but at this price who cares!

I've got one with a mini can of tonic inside and tied a mini gin and the straw to the neck of the jar with ribbon - makes a nice little gift!

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MrsMawbs9 m ago

I got these last time around, birthday party favours and a little extra in …I got these last time around, birthday party favours and a little extra in the kids xmas bags filled with sweets - but they are nice to drink out of too, we don't bother with the lids often as they are not really made to last, but at this price who cares! I've got one with a mini can of tonic inside and tied a mini gin and the straw to the neck of the jar with ribbon - makes a nice little gift!


That sounds great, I think I will do the sweets thing as well.

I am hoping they are going to be strong enough glass to do my chutneys in once i've replaced the lids. Mind you it does say cold liquid only and I will need to boil the glass to sterilise them so not sure....

Shirl9 m ago

That sounds great, I think I will do the sweets thing as well.I am hoping …That sounds great, I think I will do the sweets thing as well.I am hoping they are going to be strong enough glass to do my chutneys in once i've replaced the lids. Mind you it does say cold liquid only and I will need to boil the glass to sterilise them so not sure....


Only one way to find out

They are a very thick glass, much thicker than what I use for my chutney jars, definitely worth a try though, they are cheap enough to lose one if it doesn't work out!

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MrsMawbs35 m ago

Only one way to find out They are a very thick glass, much …Only one way to find out They are a very thick glass, much thicker than what I use for my chutney jars, definitely worth a try though, they are cheap enough to lose one if it doesn't work out!


Brilliant thanks I will look forward to seeing them. I'm buying Kilner jars at the moment but the price of them is silly.
Just had an email that mine are preparing for dispatch!
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