Tesco supermarket, we widely accept as being one of the top 4 in the UK but when it comes to pricing and fireworks, we have got it covered.
The Sharpshooter Roman Candle pack from Tesco is a full carton quantity and as such, you have to take 24 of the same item for the not inconsiderable £180.00 including VAT.
However, if you came along to Epic Fireworks, you could have a single pack of 4 of these beautiful roman candles for £14.94 inc VAT. Even if you did choose to have 6 packs, the Epic price is just £89.64 inc VAT. That just begs the question, why wouldn’t you?
The staff at Epic work hard at ensuring that customers leave with what they wanted and needed and we give a fantastic warm welcome and of course, a hot drink is readily available to anyone who would like one.
The upshot is simple, if you want brilliant value for money, bring your £180.00 along to Epic Fireworks, sit and chat with one of our fantastic and fully experienced sales team with a hot drink and we will help you to put together a fantastic display for your Bonfire Night festivities.
This is a new addition to the Epic lines and we are very happy with the feedback so far.
The Top Hat Fountain is a low noise fountain which is an unusual shape and excellent value for money. It has mixed effects and lasts around 95 seconds and is classified 1.4g. RRP is £9.99 and the Epic price is just £5.94 (inc. VAT) making it excellent value for money.
Some of the feedback from our customers indicates that the general public like this too:
• “WOW, extraordinary, genuinely gobsmacked at how good this little firework is”
• “Fantastic value for money, ideal for garden display. Varied, colourful and the blue is particularly vibrant”
• “I don’t usually buy small stuff but if you light 6 at a time in a half moon shape, it is a fantastic display”
If you are in the local area, why not pop along to see us in the showroom and get stocked up for Bonfire Night on 5th November.
The Annual Gala barrage is now on sale at Epic Fireworks. This classic barrage was popular back in the early days of single ignitions and is still capable of impressing with its wide variety of effects.
With a long duration (1 minute 15 seconds) this should be a popular seller during this years silly season.
The best part for us was the little clusters of blue stars and accompanying silver fish. This is always a popular effect and blue and silver is a great colour combination as can be seen here in Dhillon and Barry’s bonfire night display. The guys mixed the Cobolt Blue with the Magneto barrage and the effect was brilliant.
But back to the Annual Gala, this is a small but effective barrage and one of the earlier “display in a box” fireworks that they were introduced in their droves in the UK after the Millenium. With Silver tails, glittering peonies, red and green stars, strobing, whistling tails, silver palms, crackles and those brilliant silver flying fish, it is easy to see why this has remained popular for so many years.
There are very few of these left in existence in Britain and they are sure to be in high demand. So get yourself down to Epic Fireworks (J36 off the M1) and grab yours today!!