London Bus Sweet Tins

Product Code: 187244

7 Working Days Delivery Time



Minimum Order


Set-up Charges

£10.00 per full colour design per position

Lead Time

6-10 working days from proof approval

Price Breaks:

£4.90 / unit
£4.20 / unit
£4.03 / unit
£3.89 / unit
£3.77 / unit
£3.65 / unit
£3.56 / unit
£3.49 / unit

Product Details

Product Size
115 x 60 x 80mm
Print Area
80 x 11mm (sides), 100 x 51.06mm (lid)
Print Options
Full colour (domed labels)

About this Product

Promotional London Bus Sweet Tins, a sweet-tasting confectionery representation of an original London feature. This fun, original product is certain to draw attention to your logo or brand printed in stunning full colour along the side, while the irresistible choice of either Jelly Bean Factory Jelly Beans (4 x 30g bags), Mint Imperials (4 x 30g bags) or Chocolate Beanies (4 x 30g bags) inside will be perfect for clients of all types and ages (other fillings available, see choice below). The tin can even be kept and reused after all the sweets are gone. Your logo goes in the white 'billboard' section of the bus design, to fully incorporate your business or campaign image. Shelf life: 12 Months (Chocolate Beanies, Jelly Beans, Mint Imperials).
Other filling available include (poa): Jolly Beans, Mini shortbread, Polo Fruits, Retro sweets, Skittles, Tea & Biscuits, Tea Bags.

Prices include a full colour personalisation in 1 position. Prices exclude VAT, origination and carriage.

Product managed by

Katie Reed | Product Team Supervisor

With nearly 10 years' experience in the promotional merchandise industry, Katie speaks with true authority about all matters related to promotional products. Her attention to detail and creative flair ensure that product details, prices, imagery and descriptions are accurate and answer all our customers' questions. Her articles and other product-related content have become truly trusted sources of both information and inspiration for anyone deciding on their next promotional product order. In another life, she would have been a star Quidditch player.

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