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  • edited 26 February 2010 at 5:23PM
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    edited 26 February 2010 at 5:23PM
    leosrfab wrote: »
    mealworms for my chickens are always a good price so are squeeky toys,bulbs and seeds as well as seed trays that i use as poop trays:D:j:rotfl:

    Currently mealworms are on offer, 2 for £4! (jf you are on about the ones in the pets section), i know because i work there! We are also still selling bags of [STRIKE]Winalot [/STRIKE]dog food at 97p i believe!
    Fat balls for birds 4pk 89p or 2 for 97p! :T
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  • aaronmanz wrote: »
    Currently mealworms are on offer, 2 for £4! (jf you are on about the ones in the pets section), i know because i work there! We are also still selling bags of Winalot dog food at 97p i believe!
    Fat balls for birds 4pk 89p or 2 for 97p! :T
    it was wagg dog food but it finshed now!!! pet food offers change on tuesday
  • aaronmanz wrote: »
    Fat balls for birds 4pk 89p or 2 for 97p! :T

    Poundland = 700g for 100p (8pk)
    Wilko = 720g for 97p (2*4pk)

    Analysis reveals Wilko's have the fattest.:rotfl:
  • Can any of you Wilko's regulars tell me if it's worth a visit for me to get some arty bits? I need:

    Sketch book
    Pencils of various hardnesses / thicknesses
    Colour pencils
    Drawing pens
    Graph paper

    If not, any suggestions welcome......

    TIA
    "Buy me, Lady", said the frock, "and I will make you into a BEAUTIFUL & WHOLE & COMPLETE human being".
    "Do not be silly", said the Man, "for a frock alone cannot do that".
    "True", said the Lady, "I will have the shoes and the bag as well".
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    RedBalloon wrote: »
    Can any of you Wilko's regulars tell me if it's worth a visit for me to get some arty bits? I need:

    Sketch book
    Pencils of various hardnesses / thicknesses
    Colour pencils
    Drawing pens
    Graph paper

    If not, any suggestions welcome......

    TIA

    The store i work at sells a variety of HB pencils, it also has VERY cheap colour pencils (about 97p for a tub) I'm not sure exactly what a drawing pen is :o But we sell a huge variety of pens, whether it be Gel, Ballpoint, Ink, Fineliners, Felt, paint pens!
    We do also sell graph paper quite cheaply, it's worth just having a look in the stationary aisle yourself, it's not that big of a section so you will easily find your way around :j
  • Lokolo_2Lokolo_2 Forumite
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    Elisha wrote: »
    it was wagg dog food but it finshed now!!! pet food offers change on tuesday
    Haha apologies, you are right, it's the Cream-red, and Cream-blue 2kg bags of Wagg dog food, we only sell Winalot in tins :rotfl:

    Have to disagree with you on the offer finish times though, Pets is FMCG and that changes next week, still got Bird food on offer i believe! Cleaners and Toiletries FMCG also changing next week as i've seen the stock come in on Wednesday as it usually does, offers might go live after trade on Saturday or Tues/Weds of next week!
    Poundland = 700g for 100p (8pk)
    Wilko = 720g for 97p (2*4pk)

    Analysis reveals Wilko's have the fattest.:rotfl:

    :rotfl::rotfl::rotfl:Glad to hear it! :T
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    tr3mor wrote: »
    This is fantastic stuff. £3.97 for 28 washes. Which? found it to be the best washing powder by a mile - 75% better than it's nearest rival. I concur, it is brilliant.

    :money:


    I got some of this today, normally costs about £7-£8 for that sized bottle, but it's down at £3.97 at the moment which is a bargain considering the smaller 18 wash bottle is still £4.50ish!!!! :T
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  • edited 27 February 2010 at 7:30PM
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    edited 27 February 2010 at 7:30PM
    Does anyone know how long the pampers simply nappies are on offer for 2 for £10? Saw them today but didn't get any as normally we buy tesco's own brand as they are also 2 for £10 but we also get points however they've now ended the offer
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  • loupyloupy Forumite
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    Lloyds have the normal Pampers nappies on offer 2 for £10 plus gift sale with discount code...

    http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.html?t=2303301&highlight=lloyds

    And Quidco!
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