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Wilkinsons Reductions thread

edited 5 February 2013 at 1:44PM in Quick! Grabbit while you can
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  • youth_leaderyouth_leader Forumite
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    I've been in again tonight and didn't see those things!
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  • Just got back from the local again...:D

    Craft bits are currently in the sale trollies, starting from 10p up to 1.99 for the scraper foil packs.

    The cityscape small note books 10p

    cityscape folders 10p

    rolls of electrical cable not full rolls but there was quite a few of them 20p per roll

    bottles of different varieties of drinks from 0.36 to 0.88

    photo frames down from 4.89 to 2.35

    red photo frame £1.00 as per previous poster but again all other colours still full price

    Ambipur plug ins £2

    metal whisks £0.99

    red wine glasses £1.50

    red table placemats 2 for £1.00

    and my bargain of the day has to be a large metal wall art that i have had my eye on a while, it was just £5!:T there was a crown one for £3 as well as a couple of canvas pictures for £3 aswell :j

    Link below to the pic (i can't seem to get the uploader working!)

    http://imgur.com/oPggvUi

    :T
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  • and a very nice craft precision knife, looks like a pen from Dovecraft £4 :)
    SPC6 #116 £652.75
    SPC7 #116 £674.50
    SPC8 #116 £1010
  • Hhmm... looks like quite a different selection of stuff has been in the sale. I only tend to go in there when I'm after something specific but might have a little mosey on down to my local store later on and see if they have anything useful up for discount - will post again if there is! Every little helps after all :-)
  • SuzexxxSuzexxx Forumite
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    I've just returned from the Stourbridge store and got lots of kitchen items reduced very heavily.
    *Pack of 5 kitchen utensils (different colours) £1.25
    *Floral Cath Kidston style double oven glove £1
    *Medium cream frying pan £1
    *Large red frying pan £1.25 was originally £8
    *Pack of 3 tea towels 50p
    *Garlic press 37p
    *Turkey baster 25p
    *Pack of 3 colourful spatulas 25p
    *6 mugs (blue/green polka dot) 27p each

    They had lots of the utensil sets, oven gloves (single and double), frying pans and tea towels left. Also lots of large reductions on red coloured bedding. Saw a red polka dot kingsize bed set for £7.50, but it wouldnt go with my bedroom colours sadly. Not sure if these reductions are in all stores, but will check out Kidderminster tomorrow.

    HTH Suze :)
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  • vicxvicx Forumite
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    Seems as though the sale stock is different from store to store.

    My bargains today

    Oven glove £2.00 now 50p
    Oil drizzler £4.00 now £1.00
    Cream/Silver Bread Bin £10.00 now £2.50

    photo15_zps911b253d.jpg

    Lots of bowls and square / round pasta dishes in the sale for £1.00 and 50p. Also black and silver sugar, tea, coffee canisters reduced to 50p each.
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  • vicxvicx Forumite
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    Suzexxx wrote: »
    *Pack of 5 kitchen utensils (different colours) £1.25
    *Floral Cath Kidston style double oven glove £1
    *Garlic press 37p

    These were in my local store too but no tea towels or frying pans. I wonder if they are reducing them in different stores at different times.
    A home without a dog is like a flower without petals.
  • garlic press still £4 in mine, so im guessing different at each store, hopefully they will reduce them at mine, in need of one :)
    SPC6 #116 £652.75
    SPC7 #116 £674.50
    SPC8 #116 £1010
  • vicxvicx Forumite
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    LeaLea89 wrote: »
    garlic press still £4 in mine, so im guessing different at each store, hopefully they will reduce them at mine, in need of one :)

    I think you might be thinking of a different one. The garlic press in my local store was cream plastic (if I remember correctly). It was 37p
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  • SuzexxxSuzexxx Forumite
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    Yeah the garlic press was a white plastic one think it was around £2 beforehand.
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