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Star wars force link twin pack £9.98 (RRP £18) instore Toys r us Edinburgh,plus £5 off £5 voucher plus free lego
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25/02/2018Expires on 25/02/2018Found 18 h, 3 m agoFound 18 h, 3 m ago
Okay so local deal. Toys R us Fort Kinnaird Edinburgh is closing on Sunday. Twin pack force link characters are £9.98,plus your get a till spit for the Craigleith store for £5 with… Read more
50% Off Virgin Trains East Coast Route Leeds, York, Edinburgh, Newcastle Check Your Emails
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26/02/2018Expires on 26/02/2018Found 19 h, 7 m agoFound 19 h, 7 m ago
Just got this email, I will not be travelling in the near future but maybe someone can make use of this deal check your emails see if you got this one, blurb below Cutting it a bit… Read more
supersinky20083 h, 58 m ago

I checked some prices on various trains, different days, to 2 …I checked some prices on various trains, different days, to 2 destinations. NO cheap tickets, in fact they were cheaper via The Trainline !!! Perhaps there might be a few cheap tickets but not 'a' sale as per their email. This is the 2nd dissapointing so called sale from Virgin East Coast. COLD from me.


Trainline LOL! Enjoy those extra charges! TaketheTrain.co.uk or the actual train operator is ALWAYS your best bet.
Johnjones765611 m ago

This doesn't work-think it's specific to the recipient of the email


It is. From the first post: "3. 50% discount can only be used by the recipient of this email using their registered Virgin Trains East Coast email address "
This doesn't work-think it's specific to the recipient of the email
supersinky200818 m ago

I checked some prices on various trains, different days, to 2 …I checked some prices on various trains, different days, to 2 destinations. NO cheap tickets, in fact they were cheaper via The Trainline !!! Perhaps there might be a few cheap tickets but not 'a' sale as per their email. This is the 2nd dissapointing so called sale from Virgin East Coast. COLD from me.


Trainline is NEVER cheaper than buying directly from the train operator. Unless you're buying on their app they're always more expensive due to their fees.

Which journeys were you looking at?
I checked some prices on various trains, different days, to 2 destinations. NO cheap tickets, in fact they were cheaper via The Trainline !!! Perhaps there might be a few cheap tickets but not 'a' sale as per their email. This is the 2nd dissapointing so called sale from Virgin East Coast. COLD from me.
15% off Edinburgh airport parking @ Secure Airparks
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01/03/2018Expires on 01/03/2018Found 18th FebFound 18th Feb
With around 1400 parking spaces in our purpose built carpark at Edinburgh Airport. Located adjacent to the Airport with a transfer time of only 1 minute Automated check in and o… Read more
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nougat18th Feb

of course "[ noo-gah ] a chewy or brittle candy containing almonds or …of course "[ noo-gah ] a chewy or brittle candy containing almonds or other nuts and sometimes fruit." as opposed to nuggets up north


Your an eejit!!!
of course "[ noo-gah ] a chewy or brittle candy containing almonds or other nuts and sometimes fruit." as opposed to nuggets up north
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nougat14 m ago

When did Scotland become secure?


Your username is Very appropriate
When did Scotland become secure?
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Edinburgh Hotel stay inc afternoon tea & Bottle of Prosecco in room, Breakfast & late checkout from £44.50pp @ Travelzoo
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Found 16th FebFound 16th Feb
Thought this was an ace offer for what you get at just £44.50pp and you also get late checkout Nice little breakaway, will need it after half term (horror) Overnight accomm… Read more
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What are the dates on this deal.
Fridays are an extra £20 per night and Saturdays are an extra £40 per night (payable to the hotel direct)

Should be included in description
stayed here in december between xmas and new year....great little hotel about 10 mins walk to centre...afternoon tea was sandwiches, scones, pot of tea and your bottle of prosecco between 2 people...always judge a hotel on its hangover cure of a breakfast and it was spot on....oh and theres an honesty bar in the lounge where you mark down what youve drank and then pay up in the morning...never seen one of these before and it was great before we went out into edinburgh....you wont be disappointed
Cracking deal, heat from me
Great location
Edinburgh Gin Rhubarb and Ginger Liqueur OR Elderflower Liqueur £15 @ Asda
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Found 15th FebFound 15th Feb
I don't really drink stuff like this, but after buying some for my sister at Christmas, I have to say... it's pretty good. £15 is the best I can see this for just now too. So if yo… Read more
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To the people that drink this I would suggest the Whitley Neill Rhubarb and Ginger Gin and the J J Whitley Elderflower Gin.

Similar price to these but 700ml, full strength Gin and they taste superb.
I love this! Thanks
Nice, thanks!
muckspreader17 h, 31 m ago

Would rather spend the little extra and get the tanqueray rangpur.Stronger …Would rather spend the little extra and get the tanqueray rangpur.Stronger and worth the extra money.Or money no object Hendricks.


This is a gin liqueur, not a gin
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D.Crockett9 h, 56 m ago

Its awesome as a dash in Prosecco, cava, champagne.


We use Prosecco as a mixer with it.....
Aluminium 120W Halogen Floodlight £1 Homebase Edinburgh Craigleith
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Found 3rd FebFound 3rd Feb
Presumably only in store and possibly only at Home base Edinburgh Craigleith retail park. Diecast aluminium floodlight for 120W linear halogen lamp (bulb not included), with clear … Read more
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No longer worth buying they consume far too much electricity.
If you but one I would suggest buying a led bulb.
The bulb will most probably cost more than the light but your meter will thank you.
Somebody clearly got carried away with their zero’s. Heat added
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Asda Baylis & Harding Classic Gift Collection Wax Melt House £1 in-store (Edinburgh Leith)
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May well be store specific with final reductions of residual Christmas stock. Lots of 2 different designs / scents in Edinburgh store. Was £5, now £1 each. (RRP £15?? Ha) Good g… Read more
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Ahh my mum bought me one of these for Xmas and it's lovely
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DealJourno41 m ago

I think I saw 'Made in England' on the front of this. I prefer products …I think I saw 'Made in England' on the front of this. I prefer products made in China so didn't buy this.


No no fear not 100% made in China 😁
I think I saw 'Made in England' on the front of this. I prefer products made in China so didn't buy this.
These are really nice, I got my mum some for Christmas. Can't believe they're £1 now.
Return Flights Edinburgh to New York £195.40 - Return Flights London Gatwick to New York £239.80 @ Norwegian
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Few cheap return flights to New York Edinburgh to New York £195.40 Fares available for Feb, Mar, Apr, May 18 dates at time of posting Please note that the airport in New York… Read more
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slex8830th Dec 2017

Out of interest how did you commute to Six Flags? Car hire?


Yes, hired a car from Manhattan. The journey about about 1hr45mins.
If ever a deal was to be nominated for it’s subsequent wealth of poor comparisons and misinformation, this is it.

Whilst Newark into the City May be 30 Minutes and Stewart into the City 60 minutes longer, this time saving and much more can very easily be wiped out when one considers the average time taken to clear immigration upon arrival at Newark and Stewart. This is based on several family members having made a number of trips to New York for family gatherings, departing both London and Edinburgh.
obennett014 h, 53 m ago

Remember to get your travel insurance !! You’ll need unlimited medical c …Remember to get your travel insurance !! You’ll need unlimited medical cover because USA doesn’t have NHS style free care for all and sundry


There are no insurers that offer unlimited American medical care. Most offer 5-10 million which is more than enough.
jinkssick9 h, 48 m ago

No attitude at all. If you think a mile in Newburgh/Stewart is the same as …No attitude at all. If you think a mile in Newburgh/Stewart is the same as a mile heading into London then all good.


What on earth are you talking about. A mile is a mile.
Remember to get your travel insurance !! You’ll need unlimited medical cover because USA doesn’t have NHS style free care for all and sundry
Audible Presents: Live from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017: Episode 2. FREE.
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A collection of the best stand-ups in the world, plucked from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and delivered straight to your ears! Hosted by an A-list MC, a revolving bill of three t… Read more
ho. ho. ho.
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sallyforth48 m ago

Also plenty of Crackanory audible free.



Quite a few freebies on Amazon at the moment.
I got these when they were posted a couple of months ago. I've not listened to them yet - are they any good?

All 12 on the same page here: audible.co.uk/mt/…nge
Also plenty of Crackanory audible free.
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frobozz29 m ago

Thanks OP, I would not know about this without you


You're welcome.
500g Royal Edinburgh Shortbread Tin £2.99 @ B&M
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Found 12th Dec 2017Found 12th Dec 2017
Large tin of shortbread 500g for £2.99. Royal Edinburgh Shortbread Tin. Deliciously moreish shortbread. Perfect at Christmas time, as a snack or a gift. Weight: 500g (Approx.)
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These are made with vegetable oil and marg. Sorry but I prefer all butter shortbread.
edinburgher3 h, 45 m ago

‘Cheap’ version of shortbread, neither dlelicious nor authentic, better sti …‘Cheap’ version of shortbread, neither dlelicious nor authentic, better sticking to a smaller pack of the real thing

Burton's 'Royal Edinburgh' crap.
Have seen 'Scotch Shortbread' made in Birmingham and Indonesia in B&M and Home Bargains
Paper box versipn £1.99
Homebargains also have exactly same £2.99
Get 600g of mcvities Victoria chocolate biscuits for that money!
Edinburgh - Boston or Connecticut (Jan-March 2018) (Xmas dates £3-£23 more) RTN @ Norwegian
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Cyber Monday sale apparently campaign code: CYBERMONDAYUK
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wildecat43 m ago

You've obviously never been to Boston.It will be full of drunk quasi-Irish …You've obviously never been to Boston.It will be full of drunk quasi-Irish chavs.


Which is a upgrade from twenty years of Child Tax Credit bred and funded U.K.chavs and more upgrade than Norwegian will give most passengers
seaniboy5 h, 43 m ago

25/12 - 1/1 Edi - Boston RTN on special at £180.50 if you want to avoid …25/12 - 1/1 Edi - Boston RTN on special at £180.50 if you want to avoid all the seasonal drunk chavs


You've obviously never been to Boston.
It will be full of drunk quasi-Irish chavs.
Is there a bus service into NYC from either airport, or what are the travel options?
Edited by: "fuiseog" 27th Nov 2017
We flew with them and they were fine . Like a long distance Ryanair. Remember these airports aren’t particularly close to either Boston or New York
Really wanted to like Norwegian Air but all I can say is customer beware. Low price = low standards in customer service. They tend to cancel at short notice or their crafty way of delaying the flight, still ask passengers to check in as normal, delay again at airport & then cancel. On site staff I encountered were useless just directing you to use telephone customer service who were just as bad. Shoddy way to treat passengers. Judging by their twitter feed I'm not alone in my complaint.
Edinburgh Raspberry Gin Liqueur, 50 cl - £13.50 (Prime) (+ delivery @ £4.74 without Prime). Rhubarb/Ginger & Elderflower same price.
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Edinburgh Gin Liqueur. I'd rather have a Guinness myself but "Her Indoors" likes it........ having said that she doesn't like black pudding, mushrooms or real ale so what does she… Read more
Ordered when it was £13.50, now gone up. Cheers op
emhudd21 h, 16 m ago

Given up trying to get Lidl's versions. Try several times a week to no …Given up trying to get Lidl's versions. Try several times a week to no avail. For the extra couple of quid for a brand I know I like, I will save that in petrol.


The Lidl sloe gin goes down very nice
Spar stock it just now for £16.99 a bottle in some places. However usually £30+ a bottle. Heat added and two ordered
SixFeet11 h, 35 m ago

If anyone is interested in a stronger version flavoured full gins I would …If anyone is interested in a stronger version flavoured full gins I would certainly suggest the two below:https://www.amazon.co.uk/Whitley-Neill-Rhubarb-Ginger-Gin/dp/B07147JJ8T - Whitley Neill Rhubarb and Ginger 70cl 43% £21https://www.amazon.co.uk/J-J-Whitley-Elderflower-Gin-70/dp/B01FV8TYX4 - J J Whitley Elderflower Gin 70cl 38.6% £15Both absolutely gorgeous, full strength and bigger bottles as well.


Didn’t know this one existed. Love rhubarb gin - looking forward to trying this one thanks
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The rhubarb is still £13.50 chaps!
Edinburgh Apex Hotel £45 a night (Fri/Sat £75) from 17th December
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Pack your bag, and shout Hello Edinburgh! Your Black Friday deal has arrived at Apex Haymarket Hotel. For one weekend only, we’ve got a limited number of rooms available over the w… Read more
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118luke26th Nov

No thanks, not going back to Edinburgh after i was pretty much given the …No thanks, not going back to Edinburgh after i was pretty much given the cold shoulder by the locals (I put it down to the Anti-English mentality). Experienced similair while i was in glasgow too.The locals at inverness and above are more friendlier in my experience


Might have just been you, I don't call Edinburgh 'Little Surrey' for nothing.
118luke26th Nov

No thanks, not going back to Edinburgh after i was pretty much given the …No thanks, not going back to Edinburgh after i was pretty much given the cold shoulder by the locals (I put it down to the Anti-English mentality). Experienced similair while i was in glasgow too.The locals at inverness and above are more friendlier in my experience


Should have gone to brexit specsavers!
tryn2help12 h, 8 m ago

Odd for Glasgow, they tend to talk to anybody, Edinburgh on the other hand …Odd for Glasgow, they tend to talk to anybody, Edinburgh on the other hand can seem quite snobbish, but it's more to do with their 'keep yourself to yourself' mentality.One can stand alone all night in a busy bar in Edinburgh (I've experienced it), whereas Glasgwegians will always let on.That said almost one in every four peeps in Edinburgh is English or have English parents, and whilst the city does have it's fair share of loons the vast majority are genuinely nice peeps.Most hostile places I've ever visited were mostly North Wales, but the most unwelcoming would have been either Morpeth or Ullapool.Friendliest was either Liverpool or Carlisle.


Indeed love Scotland and its people never had any issues even is paisley which was abit rough down south tho is another matter matter
Interesting I think London wins the prize for unfriendly. If your hanging round City Centre bars the percentage of "locals" your going meet isn't that high.
118luke31 m ago

No thanks, not going back to Edinburgh after i was pretty much given the …No thanks, not going back to Edinburgh after i was pretty much given the cold shoulder by the locals (I put it down to the Anti-English mentality). Experienced similair while i was in glasgow too.The locals at inverness and above are more friendlier in my experience



Odd for Glasgow, they tend to talk to anybody, Edinburgh on the other hand can seem quite snobbish, but it's more to do with their 'keep yourself to yourself' mentality.

One can stand alone all night in a busy bar in Edinburgh (I've experienced it), whereas Glasgwegians will always let on.

That said almost one in every four peeps in Edinburgh is English or have English parents, and whilst the city does have it's fair share of loons the vast majority are genuinely nice peeps.

Most hostile places I've ever visited were mostly North Wales, but the most unwelcoming would have been either Morpeth or Ullapool.
Friendliest was either Liverpool or Carlisle.
Edinburgh Raspberry Gin 50cl £15 @ Tesco
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Edinburgh Raspberry Gin Liqueur 50Cl Save £3.50 Was £18.50 Now £15.00 offer valid for delivery from 21/11/2017 until 11/12/2017 Also available Edinburgh Rhubarb and G… Read more
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jenmumof513 h, 56 m ago

Has he always had it with Tonic?? If you look up the symptoms to quinine …Has he always had it with Tonic?? If you look up the symptoms to quinine allergy, it makes your heart pound amongst other things. I'd go to sleep calm as a calm thing with my heart going like the clappers and thudding thru my head and chest. Not nice. And that was after just one G&T!We've tried fever tree aromatic tonic which was yummy with flavoured gins (but I can't use anymore)



Yes he tried it with Tonic, not even finished it! but he gets it as well when he drinks hot applejuice with Amaretto and cinammon . which is my fav german xmas drink
He questioned me, if i'm trying to poison him, he felt that bad xx now hes sticking to his rum.
tanjawest2 h, 28 m ago

i tried the Hendricks and Bombay with Tonic, and liked it. got a bottle …i tried the Hendricks and Bombay with Tonic, and liked it. got a bottle of Warner Edwards Victoria's Rhubarb Gin given and had that with Limonade, but was too sweet . think i misread it, should of mixed it with ROSE Limonade (lol)will give it a go with lime and syrup, thanks x OH cant handle gin , he says it feels like hes having a heart attack when he drinks it . well more for me then


Has he always had it with Tonic?? If you look up the symptoms to quinine allergy, it makes your heart pound amongst other things. I'd go to sleep calm as a calm thing with my heart going like the clappers and thudding thru my head and chest. Not nice. And that was after just one G&T!
We've tried fever tree aromatic tonic which was yummy with flavoured gins (but I can't use anymore)
cybertiger1 h, 16 m ago

So far I’ve tried rose lemonade, really nice. But I wasn’t keen on just gin …So far I’ve tried rose lemonade, really nice. But I wasn’t keen on just gin and Indian tonic. It was much nicer when I added some homemade simple syrup and lime juice, with plenty of ice. The other half said he’s not drinking on a school night anymore, he snoozed his alarm too many times this morning



i tried the Hendricks and Bombay with Tonic, and liked it. got a bottle of Warner Edwards Victoria's Rhubarb Gin given and had that with Limonade, but was too sweet . think i misread it, should of mixed it with ROSE Limonade
will give it a go with lime and syrup, thanks x
OH cant handle gin , he says it feels like hes having a heart attack when he drinks it . well more for me then
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tanjawest3 h, 16 m ago

thanks OP ordered xx all you lovely gin drinkers, which mixer would you …thanks OP ordered xx all you lovely gin drinkers, which mixer would you drink it with? still new to the gin Club


So far I’ve tried rose lemonade, really nice. But I wasn’t keen on just gin and Indian tonic. It was much nicer when I added some homemade simple syrup and lime juice, with plenty of ice.

The other half said he’s not drinking on a school night anymore, he snoozed his alarm too many times this morning
thanks OP ordered xx all you lovely gin drinkers, which mixer would you drink it with? still new to the gin Club
Philips 43" Full HD TV @ Asda Leith (Edinburgh, in-store)
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Sounds like a decent price for a 43" Full HD TV. No idea what it's worth to be honest.
Just seen the last 2 sold, for £150 each.. 🙀🙈
I went to Linwood and Govan looking for this last night on my way home, there was no mention of either of those stores stocking Philips TV's unfortunately. Shame as I'd have bought one in a heartbeat for a bedroom TV.
borat123424 m ago

Any other stores selling at this price


Only a 32" left in this store and the Chesser and Jewel stores don't have any left either
Any other stores selling at this price
Wow an instore deal from my local asda. Dont need it but probably would have bought. I guess being outside of uk now has saved me 160 quid
FREE ENTRY TO DYNAMIC EARTH EDINBURGH 19/11/17
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FREE entry to Dynamic Earth and the UnEarthed : Explore the world at your feet exhibition. Daily from Sunday, 19 November 2017 until Sunday, 19 November 2017 10:00 AM Dynamic Ear… Read more
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not bad if you don't mind waiting 1 hour in a line outside
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Scottc1233 h, 57 m ago

Info at the top is wrong and very confusing. "from 19 Nov to 10am 19 …Info at the top is wrong and very confusing. "from 19 Nov to 10am 19 November?" Scroll down for real times.


Info was copied from Dynamic Earths' information page about the event. I believe they meant begins at 10am but don't think it is VERY confusing. It is a free day out, what more do you want? Normal entry for a family of 4 would be in excess of £40
Info at the top is wrong and very confusing. "from 19 Nov to 10am 19 November?" Scroll down for real times.
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How's that giant ice block holding up!? Great place for families, been twice in the last 15 years.
Typical ive just arrived home from 5 days in Edinburgh
The Disaster Artist - Preview screening FOR FREE - 27th November - SFF
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Via Shortlist Go to seeitfirst.com and enter the code GZHS45 OR try this link https://www.weticketit.com/seeitfirst/b ... l/GAT47085 The Disaster Artist With The Disast… Read more
Loved it, thanks
Finally got tickets for Liverpool One. Thanks, OP!
mjavfc116 m ago

They've added more tickets for all venues!


Legend just got 2 for the metro centre cant wait.
Edited by: "hopper_papa_roac" 22nd Nov 2017
They've added more tickets for all venues!
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"Keep your stupid comments in your pocket."
1 Week XMas Flight 21st -28th Edinburgh to Lanzarote from £64 per Adult @TUI
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This is flights ONLY From 21st December to 28th December Edinburgh to Lanzarote return Please note that free cabin baggage is at 5kg Extra check in luggage for 20Kg is £46 £64 … Read more
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izzysz17 m ago

What's the temperature there at that time?


AccuWeather states it will be highs of 19 degrees and lows of 14 degrees.
The weather history last year highs were 22 degrees and lows were 16 degrees.

Fingers crossed...
What's the temperature there at that time?
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If anyone wants 10 days at Lanzarote from Edinburgh and don't mind booking with Ryanair from 21st Dec - 31st Dec £56 RTN.
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Kingfisher premium lager 12x330 £7 Morrison’s gyle centre Edinburgh
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Kingfisher premium lager Morrison’s gyle centre Edinburgh. Not sure if national. Great lager. Fantastic price.
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BuzzDuraband1 h, 39 m ago

National deal posted last week National deal posted last week https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/kingfisher-lager-7-for-box-of-12-x-330ml-bottles-at-morrisons-thornbury-bradford-2811360


Thanks minenow expired
yup i think it is national, saw these in my local (near Chester)
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Edinburgh Gin Rhubarb and Ginger Liqueur, 50 cl @ Amazon - £16.65 Prime / £21.40 non-Prime
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Amazing price, fantastic GIn - Highly recommend (cheeky)
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Like anything, this is going to be subjective.

However, as a gin lover, I naively ordered this with some excitement. Unfortunately, as other posters have mentioned, it's not really like any other gin, and is *extremely* sweet. We bought 2 bottles, and after having tried it once, they are now both sitting on the shelf unlikely to be used any time soon :-(
Anyone tried the Whitley Neill rhubarb?
That's still around the 40% mark so a gin rather than a gin based liquer
Warner Edwards Rhubarb gin is far better. Costs more mind!
Bought this for the father-in-law. Tried a bit, didn't like it and it's only 20%vol and only a 50cl bottle.
Too expensive even at this price imo.
Heat added for the price if it's your cup of tea but got a bottle on recommendations when it was on offer before and didn't like it at all. I love gin, rhubarb and ginger but have decided now that I definitely prefer my gin to taste of gin and not much else!
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