Thanks for posting; we have added your thread to the Highlights section (highfive)
200g is not large lol
Yes its instore too (y)
Any idea if this is valid in store as well as with delivery?
Good Deal OP; it might attract even more attention if you highlight the cost per Large Easter Egg (£2.66) as, initially, I thought the deal was £8 each but still clicked it to read lol! Heat added (highfive)
Posted 1st FebPosted 1st Feb
ExclusiveThorntons Easter Egg - Dinosaur / Unicorn / White or Milk chocolate Bunny £1.50 each with code (+ Del Charge / Min Spend Applies) @ Iceland£1.50£2.5040% offIceland Deals
I was hoping they would have the dark chocolate gingers back when I saw this ;( Heat though :)
I'll wait for the 75% off Easter Eggs, since we'll still be in lockdown by then.
I believe you could be correct.
Don’t think it works with a promo code
Oh yes, I was going to mention the 10% code in my original post but I thought that they didn't stack. I realised afterwards that by using the 10% off on my order too, it took the balance to less than the £10 spend needed for free delivery ! That's why it "didn't work" for me !
Posted 30th Dec 2020Posted 30th Dec 2020LocalLocal
l know, receiving gifts that are not 'you' is mildly annoying, but you're reluctant to show unsuitability for kindly gestures!(especially at Xmas time) ... luckily, there's always someone who will volunteer to drink, or eat, these unwanted nice things!
I totally agree that an advent calendar is perfectly acceptable. Unfortunately, en masse, it's an entirely different matter. :D I kept on getting bottles of alcohol as thank you gifts, and have been politely mentioning over the years that I rarely drink. The tide has turned, and the chocolate (and chocolatey advent) ratio to alcohol is increasing! (where's the plump, fat cheeked emoji when you want it?)
Most Advent contents will never make you fat ... most have about 70g within them, this offer is exceptional on weight! Pretty impossible to separate confectionery excess and Xmas time!(all part of the fun really)
I am rapidly coming to the opinion that it's not Christmas that causes weight gain, it's advent calendars, preChristmas chocolate offers ... and HotDeals.
Advent weights are generally very mean ... but this one is excellent, and the same for the price too!(could be the best Calendar around)