London Bus Sweet Tins
Product Code: 187244
Product Colours Available
Minimum Order Quantity
£10.00 per full colour design per position
6-10 working days from proof approval
About this Product
These promotional London Bus Sweet Tins are a sweet-tasting confectionery representation of an original London feature that oozes the best of Britain.
This fun original product is certain to draw attention to your branded with your logo printed in stunning full colour along the side in the white 'billboard' section of the bus, to fully incorporate your business or campaign image.
With a choice of irresistible sweet treats including Jelly Bean Factory Jelly Beans (4 x 30g bags), Mint Imperials (4 x 30g bags) or Chocolate Beanies (4 x 30g bags). Other fillings available (poa) include:
- Jolly Beans
- Mini shortbread
- Polo Fruits
- Retro sweets
- Tea & Biscuits
- Tea Bags
Whatever delicious filling you choose, one thing is for sure: inside will be perfect for clients of all types and ages!
The beauty of this promotional sweet tin is that the London Bus tin can be kept and reused even after all the sweets are gone, keeping your brand on display for longer.
Great for event giveaways, gifts to colleagues and clients and even saleable merchandise, these branded sweet tins are sure to have all eyes on your brand wherever they are used.
Shelf life: 12 Months (Chocolate Beanies, Jelly Beans, Mint Imperials).
Prices include a full colour personalisation in 1 position. Prices exclude VAT, origination and carriage.
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