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Dan12

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Mod update: This is the full leaflet showing this year's range. This is the range that'll be sold in A and B grade stores, C grade stores will sell a slightly reduced range.

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Be an interesting one to see the Ranges range for 2015 (lol).

From what i heard sales went extremly well last year instore so I can see them keeping with Brightstar, they had some decent deals last year!
 
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Somersetpyro

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I think you're probably right, the same range is likely this year :) I liked their products, and their prices were very competitive as well
 
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Well it will be interesting to see what way they go as I know they not stocking any 1.3g this year and yes the stocking bright star again as I had a meet with Nigel the owner of brightstar
 
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Rich

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TBH I wasn't taken back by their offerings last year, granted the pricing was good and if you like pretty packaging then go for it but it's what's inside that counts
 

gaz

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Well, lets see what they do go with if anything does go by what you said Essex then don't think their sales be any good. Most of their good was 13g last year wasn't it?
 

Somersetpyro

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Well, lets see what they do go with if anything does go by what you said Essex then don't think their sales be any good. Most of their good was 13g last year wasn't it?
They didn't stock any 1.3g last year. All 1.4
TBH I wasn't taken back by their offerings last year, granted the pricing was good and if you like pretty packaging then go for it but it's what's inside that counts
Well I thought lots of their stock was pretty good, Wrath of the Gods is a great cake, The Mighty Atom looked great as well, along with many others. And don't forget that a lot of Bright Star is stocked by specialists, so evidently it isn't that bad.
 

Somersetpyro

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Ok i stand corrected :p
Lol, but can you imagine how great it would have been if they did stock 1.3g? Everything was half rrp, so that would mean Proton Bomb £9.99, Thunder Bolt £14.99, Hawks £14.99 etc. How great would that have been!
 

gaz

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Lol, but can you imagine how great it would have been if they did stock 1.3g? Everything was half rrp, so that would mean Proton Bomb £9.99, Thunder Bolt £14.99, Hawks £14.99 etc. How great would that have been!
Not one little 1.3g item was in there?
 

gaz

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they had fireworks international in select stores, as well so what did sell well bright star or fireworks international? Bristar kept the deals simple. This was leaflet Found on UKFR..
 

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They did offer good stuff at good price yes it may not be 1.3g but Armageddon was like £35? good cake at that price all good fillers. I will be going there if it is Brightstar :)
 
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Dan12

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apparently the fireworks international stuff was stock from the year before, so think that will be gone this year.

They have a few decent peices, I was hoping to get some last year, however their customer service let them down.
 

Somersetpyro

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Yes, the FI was excess from 2013 :)

I found the in-store CS really good actually, there were three people doing the fireworks and we were served very promptly
 

Dan12

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What happened, Dan?
From what I remember I went on the day after they were due to go on sale and they couldnt find the keys basically to access any of the fireworks and kept up waiting forever why they tried to open a cabnit, they advised they were available in another store (one of the year round seller ones too) so we tried that and they said they wernt allowed to sell fireworks until something like 20th October cause its the law? Lol no its not, plus you have a year round licence (as it was pointed out on UKFR).

Tbh I probably would have went back and bought a few bits later on, but I managed to find some other bargains that by far made up for this:)
 

Somersetpyro

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The first store was just a first selling day mistake, shouldn't happen but forgiveable.
Second is sheer incompetence o_O That is poor tbh they should have had a message from the head office telling them when they can sell.

They've just opened their new store here in Taunton, nearer the time i'll contact them to see if they've got their licence sorted out so they can sell there. Hopefully everything will be fine by then :)
 
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Emailed them today as someone said the Swansea store is closing, so asked about fireworks while I was there and they said the following -

"with regard to the fireworks please contact your local store directly and they will confirm with you the stock they hold as every store is different."
 
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