Lindt Chocolate Gold Bunny 100g $2 @kmart Cheapest I've seen around the traps
I picked up some yesterday - and it's not just these Lindt bunnies which are on special - all of their Easter chocolate is 50% off
Will be even cheaper next week.
Pack it up Easter is cancelled
Are they rabbit traps?
$20 a kilo…
It's cheaper than the normal discounted price for Lindt chocolate. It's currently ~$35/kilo and I try to buy when it's around $25/kilo (e.g. $2.50 for a 100g bar). Normal retail (Woolies/Coles) is $40/kilo and in single wrapped gift packs it's not uncommon to see $80/kilo.
If I could find any I'd be happy to pick it up for $20/kilo..
Odd, would have thought chocolate and especially Easter eggs would be sold more during COVID-19 restrictions. We actually bought more this year for kids than we normally do.
The majority won’t be buying gifts (as they normally would).
People can't really get together for celebrations like they usually would. Plus a million or so newly unemployed people aren't likely to be buying a lot of Easter eggs, either.
Delivery only and white ones sold out
white ones sold out
white ones sold out
Wasist wascally wabbits.
No one's buying chocolate this year I've found - every shop I go in has full array of chocolate products and already 40-50% off before Easter. They just can't give it away!!
Wait a few more days it'll be even cheaper!
they should've went for hand sanitizer bunnies and toilet paper eggs
Also Costco have the bigger one 200g comes in a pack of 2 $5 !
Hot choc melted bunny here we come! :)
Easter chocolate has sold very poorly this year it's gonna be stupid cheap after Easter.
2x bunnies (444grams) for $4.44 @ Costco
I got two trays 32 bunny’s last Friday
So many chocolate deals + stay at home orders -> everyone becoming like blobs at the end of this?
Do they make good pets ?
Illegal in QLD
what isn't (illegal in QLD)?
Unlike victorians you can still meet your girlfriend, go fishing and not have to worry about being fined for learner driving.
@entropysbane: THE 16 "REASONABLE EXCUSES" TO BE OUTDOORS
📍 Obtaining food or other goods or services for the personal needs of the household or other household purposes (including for pets) and for vulnerable persons
📍 Traveling for the purposes of work if the person cannot work from the person's place of residence
📍 Traveling for the purposes of attending childcare (including picking up or dropping another person at childcare)
📍 Traveling for the purposes of facilitating attendance at a school or other educational institution if the person attending the school or institution cannot learn from the person's place of residence
📍 Obtaining medical care or supplies or health supplies or fulfilling carer's responsibilities
📍 Attending a wedding or a funeral in the circumstances referred to in clause 6(2)(d) and (e) or 7(1)(h)
📍 Moving to a new place of residence (including a business moving to new premises) or between different places of residence of the person or inspecting a potential new place of residence
📍 Providing care or assistance (including personal care) to a vulnerable person or providing emergency assistance
📍 Donating blood
📍 Undertaking any legal obligations (including attending court or fulfilling bail requirements)
📍 Accessing public services (whether provided by Government, a private provider or a non-Government organisation), including social services, employment services, domestic violence services mental health services, and services provided to victims (including as victims of crime)
📍 For children who do not live in the same household as their parents or siblings or one of their parents or siblings - continuing existing arrangements for access to, and contact between, parents and children or siblings
📍 For a person who is a priest, minister of religion or member of a religious order- going to the person's place of worship or providing pastoral care to another person
📍 Avoiding injury or illness or to escape a risk of harm
📍 For emergencies or compassionate reasons
Here's some peeps from QLD reiterating it: https://twitter.com/AnnastaciaMP/status/1244542379501039617
@TogTogTogTog: Next step show your papers to leave your house. I spent time in east Germany before the wall came down. Let’s make sure these laws don’t stay in place any longer than necessary.
Not if you're a magician.
Unethically sourced Cocoa
Stick to fair trade/UTZ certified!
saw these on the weekend but the queue to the registers was looooooooooong (and people weren't even 1.5m apart). so left the store.
Haha I remember last year when these dropped down to $1
I visited my local Kmart and no sign of these anywhere so I guess they're sold out :-( I asked about where chocolate is located and they advised in the 'party supplies' area.. and while there is some (normally priced) lindor.. no lindt bunnies to be had.