coffee box hamper John Lewis £22 from £45

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  • dee753
    dee753 Posts: 112 Forumite
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    nice gift - thanks
  • mineallmine
    mineallmine Posts: 3,053 Forumite
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    edited 13 April 2009 at 11:31AM
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    Great spot - Standard Delivery within 5 working days FREE

    Also you could separate the gifts by giving the "Posh Ladies" mugs as one gift and the coffee/cafetiere etc as another. Every little helps.
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  • andy40
    andy40 Posts: 171 Forumite
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    still greatly over-priced IMHO
  • claire21
    claire21 Posts: 32,747 Forumite
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    Also available;
    Royal Doulton Espresso Coffee Set £12.60 from £18

    http://www.johnlewis.com/230487845/Product.aspx
  • BFG_2
    BFG_2 Posts: 2,022 Forumite
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    coffee - £1.50
    Catetiere [sic] - £5
    biccies - £2
    mugs - £2
    beans £2

    £12.50 tops
  • aless02
    aless02 Posts: 5,119 Forumite
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    BFG wrote: »
    coffee - £1.50
    Catetiere [sic] - £5
    biccies - £2
    mugs - £2
    beans £2

    £12.50 tops

    Not to be pedantic, but the coffee is fairtrade and I just bought similar stuff in ASDA for £3 (this prolly costs more, as is posher). Cafetieres of that size sell for around a tenner, too. And JL mugs would be a fiver each...

    Not something people would generally buy for themselves, but would make a good, cheap gift for a coffee-lover.
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  • BFG_2
    BFG_2 Posts: 2,022 Forumite
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    aless02 wrote: »
    Not to be pedantic, but the coffee is fairtrade and I just bought similar stuff in ASDA for £3 (this prolly costs more, as is posher). Cafetieres of that size sell for around a tenner, too. And JL mugs would be a fiver each...

    Not something people would generally buy for themselves, but would make a good, cheap gift for a coffee-lover.

    Point taken, and yes I agree it's a nice pressie for someone...with no hassle involved for the buyer.
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