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The pricing of dishwasher tablets

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MrsMarigold Tue 21-May-13 22:58:56

seems so random - does anyone else struggle to differentiate what the difference is between them apart from the cost which varies enormously. I understand that Finish Quantum are the premium ones but the rest...

Sorry very dull but I'm really perplexed at how the price can vary by about 22p a unit.

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MrsMarigold Tue 21-May-13 23:28:45

Ohh I don't know Home Bargains but that is good value - I'm going to investigate - thanks.

With Finish they all seem to be Powerball but I can't work out if they are different apart from Quantum which must be the premium range... they need to review their branding.

showtunesgirl Tue 21-May-13 23:32:04

Whereabouts are you OP? I'm in London and always buy my Finish tablets from Poundstretcher or Savers. They are much, much cheaper there than in the supermarkets.

Lidl sometimes has them for cheaper too.

wannabedomesticgoddess Tue 21-May-13 23:35:11

Poundland do a 10 pack of Finish for £1.

Thats 10p a unit!! I would never buy them anywhere else now!

HazeltheMcWitch Tue 21-May-13 23:35:48

Get thee to Aldi, where the Magnum tabs are also about 10 each, and are great.

BigStickBIWI Tue 21-May-13 23:35:48

One of my friends used to do work for a company that manufactures dishwasher tablets. She always said that it's the dishwasher that does all the work!

I've been buying Sainsbury's Basics dishwasher tablets for some years now, and they are just as good as the really expensive, branded ones. Yes, I still need to buy rinse aid and dishwasher salt, but overall they work out so much cheaper, and you really wouldn't know - the dishes/glasses come out just as clean.

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