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Ready for the Sharing Tin of Lindor Chocolate Truffles This Christmas?

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https://metro.co.uk/2020/09/06/lindt-launches-sharing-tin-of-lindor-chocolate-truffles-for-christmas-13230550/

For Christmas, you can get a pre-mixed tub of 32 Lindor chocolates (400g) in six flavours, inside a festive keepsake tin, retailing at £15 - but should be on promotion in the supermarkets at £10

Looks like something that may be popular - but as you can currently get a 337g mixed box for £6 on Amazon, I don’t think it’s of great value

https://www.latestdeals.co.uk/deals/lindt-lindor-assorted-chocolate-truffles-box-approx-26-balls-337-g-amazon

I could perhaps be enticed if they included limited edition varieties, such as pistachio or stracciatella, but I doubt they would be included

Would you buy this?

hspexy
12 days ago
What do you think of this?
Ceebers
Ceebers
Mentor
12 days ago

Sounds like a crappie deal. I recently got a box of salted caramel to try for £5. Nice but nothing to rave about in my humble opinion. I am currently working my way through several deals from Yankee Bundles and Amazon.

The latest triumph is the Green & Blacks selection box, delivered from Amazon, that we shared with our neighbours on Saturday night. Thanks to Johnny for listing these. I think I paid £7.50 (RRP. £12+).

Xx

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hspexy
hspexy
Original Poster
12 days ago

Yes, it is definitely not of good value. Most of the single flavours are currently £4 instore, and I saw the mixed truffles in Tesco at £6, which is almost the same size. Lindor needs to do better lol x

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Ceebers
Ceebers
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12 days ago

hspexy There's so much choice and shoppers are getting savvy, especially in these post-Lockdown days. Xx

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ptenn00
ptenn0012 days ago

I thought it may have been an ok deal to have a mix, but then I saw it was only 400g, so definitely not worth a tenner. It looks like most of the basic, standard flavours, so better getting them separately and making your own mix box

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hspexy
hspexy
Original Poster
12 days ago

I know what you mean. Last year I saw online that they were supposed to have fancier flavours in a mixed box, such as pistachio, but they were not available online and I never found them instore

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ACR
ACR12 days ago

Yum, Lindt Lindor chocolates are delicious. You could always buy the tin once - when it's on offer. Then hold onto it to refill for subsequent Christmases with your preferred flavours.

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hspexy
hspexy
Original Poster
12 days ago

You’re right. If the tin is nice, it’ll be worth buying at least one as a keepsake. It’ll be popular to gift with as well

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Moonstone22
Moonstone2212 days ago

It doesn't sound worth it. But Lindor chocolates are the best

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blacklabrador
blacklabrador12 days ago

Hopefully they'll put it on some sort of offer before Christmas.

Or even include it in their £7 for 2 tubs of Chocolates promotion that they run from time to time, if they are feeling really generous.

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hspexy
hspexy
Original Poster
11 days ago

I hope so too. I’ll just do my own mix if the tubs don’t get cheap enough. Most likely they will go down significantly after the Christmas rush

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Imnotcheap
Imnotcheap12 days ago

Sounds like the perfect Christmas pressie for me 😊 will look out for it in discount stores would feel too guilty spending so much on chocolate at one go

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sarahgreen15
sarahgreen1512 days ago

I saw the price as £10 in Tesco and thought that was crazy 😳 I don’t see how they could compete with the likes of Roses, Quality Street and Celebrations that are all usually price matched at around £4...

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hspexy
hspexy
Original Poster
11 days ago

Right now I have seen those tubs for about £3.50 in Tesco, and most people are happy enough with those, so spending almost 3 times that seems extreme

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AgnesFaludi
AgnesFaludi11 days ago

Very expensive deal and it is a mixed box....I do not want a mix of these...always want the dark chocolate one. I saw in a store u can buy these, they have kg price...I think that is better.

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hspexy
hspexy
Original Poster
11 days ago

I like the dark ones too

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RegularComper90
RegularComper908 days ago

Share?! 😆

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hspexy
hspexy
Original Poster
8 days ago

Lol with how things are these days, it’s perhaps the norm to no longer share anything...which has its benefits 😂

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jennywilks
jennywilks8 days ago

They always make these things look fancier than they are so that they can charge a higher price tag. Remember the Cadbury's selection box that went for £46, when the contents were worth about 15?

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BusySparrowMum
BusySparrowMum8 days ago

I LOVE Lindie chocolates but the deals not great! I will probably but a different flavour box a week for 4/5 weeks before Christmas and then put them out in a festive bowl for everyone to enjoy x

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