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Cadbury Dairy Milk Fruit and Nut Chocolate Bar, 300 G
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Cadbury Dairy Milk Fruit and Nut Chocolate Bar, 300 G

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Cadbury Dairy Milk Fruit and Nut Chocolate Bar, 300 g

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RRP: £3.49

Amazon Deal Price: £2.50 (£8.33 / kg) + Free Delivery with Prime

You Save: £0.99 (28%)

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wyal5
wyal5a month ago

My husband's favourite. I will have to grab some. Thank you for sharing 😊

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BeverleyButters
BeverleyButtersa month ago

Ooh yummy I don't mind if I do

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LanaHarford
LanaHarforda month ago

Great deal thanks for sharing

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RegularComper90
RegularComper90a month ago

The Aldi chocolate is much nicer, but I am still partial to a bit of Cadbury's. 🙂

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Finn123
Finn123a month ago

RegularComper90 that's interesting, I've never tried Aldi's chocolate. Might try it next time I'm there now. Thanks.

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lorrainej508
lorrainej508a month ago

This is very tempting! Should I,shouldn't I? Eek! Thanks for sharing(I think🙂)

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Clubman
Clubmana month ago

Now as I'm trying to cut down on chocolate does having fruit & nut count? Hope so, thanks

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samoflondon
samoflondona month ago

Clubman I only eat dark chocolate 🍫 now . Used to love this as a child many years ago when made in UK . Now I guess made in Poland or another EU factory .

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Clubman
Clubmana month ago

samoflondon no idea where its made, still a factory in the UK but like most things it could be made anywhere.. Still like it though 😉

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Dennab
Dennaba month ago

Anybody who shops in Asda - if you buy two 180g bars, it works out the same price per gram as buying on Amazon but there's no monthly Bezos tax.

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samoflondon
samoflondona month ago

Dennab What is monthly Bezos tax ? Do you mean Amazon Prime delivery charges ? I get many items on Subscribe and Save without any Prime delivery charges. Also click and collect at 10 places near me is completely free from Amazon.

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Dennab
Dennaba month ago

Yes I refer to Prime. If you're subscribing to a product that you would be buying anyway, is constantly cheaper than anywhere else and getting that delivered without paying the extra £7.99 a month, yes you're winning! What I'm getting at though is these pointless posts about a one-off purchase you do need Prime for. There's no way Amazon would provide free click and collect for the purchase of a £2.50 chocolate bar unless you can tell me otherwise!

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samoflondon
samoflondona month ago

Dennab It is otherwise . You can £1 or even lower priced item on free click and collect. Only restrictions are locker sizes do not allow big items so I have to collect them from shops near me like Cooperative

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