Discussion in 'Supermarket Fireworks' started by pablo, Sep 28, 2017.
Hope this post is okay, copy and pasted from bonfire night traditions @Pyro Pete.
Looks pretty expensive even compared to last year, i seriously doubt those 2 cakes for £30 are worth around £3 per shot the £50 pack probably isn't that bad for somebody just wanting a load of smallish stuff for their kids that takes up a good hour or so and the fiver shot tubes are usually ok but that's about it apart from the sparklers and pen lid cake.
There's a page missing i think peter, sure I saw 3 pages not just 2
4 x 5 shot roman candles for £40? They must be amazing
Is 8 for £40 if there a bombette candle with a half decent burst not to bad for £5 each but I doubt it lol! or it's 4 for £30??????!!!!! ....... bargain......
Bit slow, but some nice effects to be fair...
Must be a joke
Wonder if this will go under best value for money thread lol
Crikey they've shot up in price.
(mind the pun)
"Wham bam", it's as if they're trying to suggest something there....
At least the "firework lighters" are good value. Think the Lady who served me last year thought I was mad when I got 10 packets and left the shop
Probably thought you wanted a packet of condoms but were too embarrassed to ask
Lol Never thought of that, inflating condoms and popping them with a pin would create a better effect than the pyro on offer
There's a page missing there. The 2 for £10 page. Contains a selection box, rockets and fountain. Rebadged sparkling treasure fountain. Good value for a fiver.
Local asda was pyroless this morning not even any cabinets out.
They might as well not bother now! Years ago they would of already been on sale for a week or 2 by now Standards ...
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