Years Supply of Cookies - £50 for 144 cookies (usually £1.29 each) @ Millies Cookies
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Years Supply of Cookies - £50 for 144 cookies (usually £1.29 each) @ Millies Cookies

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Found 29th Mar
Gift box contains 12 gift vouchers, each for a box of 12 cookies, so 144 cookies in total.

The boxes of 12 cookies normally cost £6.99 individually, so with this deal you will be saving a total of £33.89. A single cookie normally costs £1.29.

Delivery charge may apply for online orders. Gift box usually available in store as well, no delivery charge then applicable of course.
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That wouldn't last a weekend let alone a year!
With todays current retail climate, i'll hold off...
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That wouldn't last a weekend let alone a year!
With todays current retail climate, i'll hold off...
Original Poster
The 12 cookie box seems to be £7.29 on their website.... even more saving!
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sparx19815 m ago

That wouldn't last a weekend let alone a year!


True! Millies need to know their customers better...
are they going bust?
Think I’d be sick of cookies after one week lol
shoomoo48 m ago

Think I’d be sick of cookies after one week lol



So after 3?
Is that a weeks worth? Just 3
shoomoo33 m ago

Is that a weeks worth? Just 3



More than a weeks worth if a years is supply 144.
SpaceChip46 m ago

More than a weeks worth if a years is supply 144.


Ha okay I didn’t read that part
Imagine the disappointment on their face when they opened the box and its vouchers instead of cookies
PressPlay17 m ago

Imagine the disappointment on their face when they opened the box and its …Imagine the disappointment on their face when they opened the box and its vouchers instead of cookies


What's disappointing about vouchers?! You're still getting cookies with a bonus present of anticipation! That concept is probably unfamiliar to the zero patience instant gratification mindset that infects the current on-demand generation
Last time I checked there were more than 144 days in a year...
andyp201657 m ago

What's disappointing about vouchers?! You're still getting cookies with a …What's disappointing about vouchers?! You're still getting cookies with a bonus present of anticipation! That concept is probably unfamiliar to the zero patience instant gratification mindset that infects the current on-demand generation


Maybe.

But vouchers are an IOU. You've no claim if a business goes under realistically, as you're last in line for eligibility of claims.

Most of the time that's fine, but yeah - actual items are better imo!
Edited by: "cactusbrandy" 30th Mar
These are £50 now? I bought one of thses a few years ago (think it was around £30), and the vouchers lasted me well over a year. My main issue with it was that each voucher is only for a 12 cookie box, so you can't really think "I fancy a couple of cookies" if you're out for the day - plus there weren't actually that many branches that were conveniently located for me. Overall, it was nice whilst I had them, but I didn't find it worthwhile to get a new set of vouchers once I eventually finished them off.
I've found the quality of their cookies has dropped over the years. Guess that's the way the cookie crumbles.
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terrestris5 h, 20 m ago

These are £50 now? I bought one of thses a few years ago (think it was …These are £50 now? I bought one of thses a few years ago (think it was around £30), and the vouchers lasted me well over a year. My main issue with it was that each voucher is only for a 12 cookie box, so you can't really think "I fancy a couple of cookies" if you're out for the day - plus there weren't actually that many branches that were conveniently located for me. Overall, it was nice whilst I had them, but I didn't find it worthwhile to get a new set of vouchers once I eventually finished them off.


Yes it was between £32-35 in 2013-14. But then increased to £50 in 2016
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cactusbrandy12 h, 2 m ago

Maybe. But vouchers are an IOU. You've no claim if a business goes under …Maybe. But vouchers are an IOU. You've no claim if a business goes under realistically, as you're last in line for eligibility of claims. Most of the time that's fine, but yeah - actual items are better imo!


Im sure you can redeem them as you please? Dont need to wait that long before you redeem all vouchers? Before a company goes into receivership you will know in advance. It doesnt happen overnight so you have some time to go redeem your vouchers!
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jdddd12 h, 51 m ago

Last time I checked there were more than 144 days in a year...


I think they look at winter days in a year....
ADX23 m ago

Im sure you can redeem them as you please? Dont need to wait that long …Im sure you can redeem them as you please? Dont need to wait that long before you redeem all vouchers? Before a company goes into receivership you will know in advance. It doesnt happen overnight so you have some time to go redeem your vouchers!


Of course. But plenty of people forget.

Vouchers are advance payment and they aren't always obliged to honour them. And they often have expiry dates which in my opinion, is really low.
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cactusbrandy20 m ago

Of course. But plenty of people forget. Vouchers are advance payment and …Of course. But plenty of people forget. Vouchers are advance payment and they aren't always obliged to honour them. And they often have expiry dates which in my opinion, is really low.


Maybe... in my household they wouldnt last 2 months! Lol
andyp201629th Mar

What's disappointing about vouchers?! You're still getting cookies with a …What's disappointing about vouchers?! You're still getting cookies with a bonus present of anticipation! That concept is probably unfamiliar to the zero patience instant gratification mindset that infects the current on-demand generation


Nothing is disappointing about vouchers however it says cookies on the box so the disappointment comes from the false advertising but i guess that concept is unfamiliar to someone as condesending as yourself.
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