how much are you packs going up to?

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  1. PinkMantha

    PinkMantha time to get focused

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    seen my cdc tonight and she told me about the price increase packs going up to £1.95, bars/ tetra bricks £2.20, water flavs £7.25, mix mousee £4.65, fibre £6.30 and new book £1.50

    would love to hear how much your getting yours for xxx
     
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    Hey, I pay 2.00 a pack, 2.10 for tetras and 5.95 for mix a mousse!!! Xxx
     
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    Mine are going up 5p on everything she's trying to keep 21 shakes under £40!
     
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    My packs are going up to £1.85 and bars/tetras £2.10 the official increase from head office is 5p a product
     
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    aw im so lucky! mine havent gone up at all and my CDC does 21 packs for £35...I dont think I could afford any more than that! x
     
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    That's good leaV where do u live? Mine charges £38.75 for 21 shakes that's all I get coz that's all I can afford fancied tryin tetras but too expensive! :-(
     
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    im in middlesbrough...
    she can keep her prices low as has been doing it for so long and has loads of ppl go to her
    not sure if she charges more for tetras tho,never bought any but will have to check as they would be handy for work :) x
     
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    You lot are lucky!!! I live in the south and currently pay 2.00 for a pack, 2.10 for tetras and 6.50 for water flavouring and my CDC tells me today that she could be putting them up by 20/25p each!!! As me an the OH are doing it it's an extra 10.50 a week!! X
     
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    My CDC does both me and my OH for 35 quid each as we are doing it together. Any 21 products :) She also charges the same as when you started even if the prices go up!!
     
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    My water flavouring is £7.00 and going up x
     
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    My CDC charges 1.90 for shakes, bars and tetras. She charges 5 pounds for mix-a-mousse, and 7 pounds for the water flavourings. she said she will probably will not charge her current customers more with the price increase, but she will have to probably raise prices for "non-referred" new customers. In other words, if you know one of her customers and they tell you about her -- then she will charge them the same as you are being charged.
     
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