cost of bars

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  1. puddinpie

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    Hi everyone how much do u pay for ur bars? Mine were £2.10.... x
     
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    Mine are £2.10 too, going up to £2.30 in April :(((
     
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    I pat 1.95 for everything - shakes , soup, bars. My CDC says she does it that way so people will buy whatever they want to keep them going rather than buying stuff they don't like because it is cheaper.
     
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    mine are £2.00 but not sure if they are going up
     
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    mine are £2 at the moment not sure if they are going up in april or not
     
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    Mine are £2 but CDC not mentioned any price rise yet.
     
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    Mine are all £1.85, not heard about increase yet x
     
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    I nearly had a heart attack was like £8 odd for 4 bars. Rip off!! Anyone who's cheaper Live in Liverpool so I can go ur cdc for my bars! X
     
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    My CD charges so much for so many products per week (and an extra 50p/tetra), so since I get 28 products for £48....Bars cost me £1.72ish....which is pretty cheap, it seems!!
     
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    Think mine are approx £2ish too! Seems a rip off at face value, however its probably only what a meal would've cost me before hand. Wouldnt have thought twice about getting fish chips peas and a pickled egg for £4-odd!!

    Strange how we almost begrudge paying for diet foods!!

    :)
     
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    A pickled egg? :confused: Really? Sounds...ew :p
     
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    Yum yum yum!!

    :)
     
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    Just saw my CDC and he said that the cambridge diet people are putting up the prices & it's 10p per product.
    All his products will now be £2.

    Oh and i LOVE pickled eggs, they are lovely.
     
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    My CDC charges a flat rate for so many products. She said that it seesm to work out -- as some people have nothing but shakes, some nothing but tetras, and most a mix. I do not buy anything but shakes and soups, but I am not paying any (or much) more for those than I would from someone who broke it down by item. A few pence at the most.

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    the difference is that we (or me at least) certainly wouldnt have had fish and chips or takeaway every day, its the odd treat! this is the most i have EVER spent on food and its not even food! i'm so jealous of those who get a flat rate for all products! :( i really like my CDC though so don't know if i could really contemplate changing for cheaper products even if i am struggling to pay!
     
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    I know, I just think its odd that they don't all have to charge the same. I wld never have known it was diff if I hadn't seen it uv here. X
     
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