July 3, 2022

SOCIAL media users have been remaining appalled by the buying and entertainment hub as they were located charging buyers five kilos for a festive mince pie. 

The store, which the name of is not at the moment recognised but is situated in Covent Yard, is marketing the well cherished Christmas deal with for a whopping £5. 

Buyers on the internet have been left fuming with the distributors as four mince pies can be discovered at Tesco for £2.50.

The £5 mince pies
The £5 mince pies on sale in a Covent Backyard garden store.

Some critics have claimed that they can uncover 6 of the pastries for £1.99 at their have regional merchants. 

The picture demonstrates 7 medium-sized pies, with a slightly emaciated pale colour to the pastry. 

The mince pies are topped with a Xmas themed style, possibly an off-centred holly wreath, Xmas tree or star. 

A sign in entrance of the festive treats reads “rich mince pies £5”.

Walter Which shared the shocking prices on Fb yesterday (MON), producing: “Rich?

“You’d need to be.”

The social media put up has obtained around 250 likes and has been commented on more than 75 moments from consumers appalled to see the selling price of the snack.

Dávid Hollósi explained: “Bruh.

“What can those people mince pies do? 

“Cure cancer?


Covent Garden GV £5 mince pies
Covent Back garden the place the £5 mince pies ended up offered.

Matt David Jupp wrote: “I can get 18 from Sainsburys for that selling price.”

Nicole Phillips commented: “A Fiver.

“That’s steep, it’s possible it is some thing in the icing sugar.”

Steve Saunders replied: “That and a packet of spicy Cheetos.

“You’ll will need an additional mortgage”

This is not the to start with ridiculously priced product to have been noticed close to London in the previous number of days. 

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A Leicester Sq. tube station store was snapped up promoting a 225 grams bag of spicy Cheetos for £6.99. 

And outside the house the money, Edinburgh’s Xmas Current market was discovered to be advertising Lidl mulled wine for a markup of 366% in 2015.