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Lucky Numbers

Now, Lucky Numbers were absolutely gorgeous. Cadbury's produced them from the 50s onwards. They were expensive to buy back then, and like Roses or Quality Street chocolates, Lucky Numbers were often sold in a tin. The caramel chocolate was the best one!

The TV advert went: "Lucky Numbers, Lucky Numbers — chocolate and chew. I’ll be lucky, you’ll be lucky … they’ll be lucky too!"


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Lucky Numbers Last post by Heather74
24 September 2009

Do You Remember Lucky Numbers?

Do You Remember Lucky Numbers?

  • Anonymous user
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    Does anyone remember 'Cadbury Lucky Numbers ' games on the south-coast beaches with the holiday makers? If so please contact.
  • Anonymous user
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    Pick a lucky number that's lucky for you. I remember these as I was around 5 when the advert was on telly - my dad used to buy us sweets on a Sunday evening before he went to the pub!
  • Anonymous user
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    They were 1/1d per quarter pound @ Taylors shop in the Avenue, Coxhoe, County Durham. (about 1960)
  • Anonymous user
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    my favourite i think was 27, still my lucky number
  • Anonymous user
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    chocolates, rather like quality street or roses, except that each one had a number(presumably a lucky one) on the wrapper. My fave was no 7, a caramel