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Do they have Cristmas crackers in France?

(9 Posts)
fakenamefornow Fri 28-Nov-14 19:46:07

Just that. I'm thinking of sending some.

Bonsoir Sat 29-Nov-14 01:20:07

Not widespread but you can get them in Paris.

GreatAuntDinah Sat 29-Nov-14 09:36:02

They're not a thing here but out local M and S has them (near Paris), probably not available in the sticks.

dreamingbohemian Sat 29-Nov-14 09:39:18

Marks has a French website for ordering online -- you could buy them there (with a UK card) and have them delivered to a French address, that's probably cheaper than posting yourself.

I used to live in not-Paris France and never saw crackers.

Eastpoint Sat 29-Nov-14 09:45:44

I'd check on the Royal Mail website that you can post them - what is the snap made from?

anotherdayanothersquabble Sat 29-Nov-14 09:57:04

Second checking if you can send them abroad, i think Royal Mail said yes, parcel force said no but I know I struggled to order on line a few years ago and ship abroad.

frozentree Sat 29-Nov-14 11:15:20

I've seen them out here in the sticks at a Truffaut garden centre but they were very very expensive...

UB40fan Sat 29-Nov-14 13:15:24

When I last lived in France,in the South, we used to buy them in Monoprix. this was 2 years ago.

tb Mon 15-Dec-14 20:29:05

Got the Gifi publicity last week, and there were Christmas crackers in the leaflet.

Knew I'd seen a thread about them somewhere!

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