£49.99 Firework Display Bundle

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Sale price£49.99 Regular price£53.98
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Delivery area includes areas such as:

  • Sittingbourne (ME10 & ME9)
  • Isle of Sheppey (ME11 & ME12)
  • Faversham (ME8 & ME13)
  • Maidstone (ME14, ME15, ME16, ME17)
  • Canterbury & Whitstable Area (CT1, CT2, CT3, CT4, CT5, CT6)


    Zone A Delivery Details: (ME10, ME9)

    Minimum Spend For Delivery: £0

    Postcodes Covered: ME10, ME9

    Order Value Delivery Cost
    £0 - £100
    £100 - 299.99


    Zone B Delivery Details: (Isle Of Sheppey)

    Minimum Spend For Delivery: £0

    Postcodes Covered: ME11, ME12

    Order Value Delivery Cost
    £0 - £100 
    £100 - £349.99 £14.99


    Zone C Delivery Details: (Rainham, Faversham)

    Minimum Spend For Delivery: £0

    Postcodes Covered: ME8, ME13

    Order Value Delivery Cost
    £0 - £150
    £150 - £349.99 £17.99


    Zone D Delivery Details: (Maidstone)

    Minimum Spend For Delivery: £0

    Postcodes Covered: ME14, ME15, ME16, ME17

    Order Value Delivery Cost
    £0 - £150
    £150 - £399.99 £24.99


    Zone E Delivery Details: (Canterbury & Whitstable Area)

    Minimum Spend For Delivery: £0

    Postcodes Covered: CT1, CT2, CT3, CT4, CT5, CT6

    Order Value Delivery Cost
    £0 - £150
    £150 - £399.99 £24.99


    Product Availability:

    Our stock levels fluctuate throughout the firework season. Due to the nature of our business, we have a manually check stock. In the event that you are able to purchase an item which is out of stock, we will contact you and try to find you a suitable alternative for your purchase.


    Failed Delivery attempts:

    In the unlikely event a delivery fails due to no one being present at the premises or are not old enough to receive the delivery, our courier will leave a card or we will get in contact with you to arrange re-delivery. Please be aware there is a fee of £15 for re-delivery so please try to ensure that someone is able to receive fireworks. We reserve the right to charge the re-delivery fee.

    Consumer Protection (Distance Selling) Regulations.

    Cancellation RightsYou have the right to cancel this order within seven working days beginning the day after the day on which you receive the goods

    1. If you wish to cancel this contract you must indicate this in writing or another durable medium such as letter, fax, email (provide addresses/email addresses/fax details by which to cancel) within the cancellation period
    2. You (the consumer) have a statutory duty to take reasonable care of the goods while in your possession
    3. You (the consumer) must arrange for the safe return of goods to us, however for fireworks this needs to be done through our specialist hazardous goods courier. the cost of which is to be born by you, failing which we will recover the goods, the cost of which will be deducted from any refund due to you
    4. Upon the cancellation of a contract we shall reimburse any sum paid by or on behalf of the consumer under or in relation to the contract to the person by whom it was made free of any charge (less any charge made in connection with recovery of the goods) within 30 days of cancellation
    5. Where goods do not conform to the implied terms set out under the Sale of Goods Act 1979 the cost of recovering the goods will be borne by ourselves.


    To inquire about or professional display service, use any of the contact options below.

    Phone or Text: 07985 721 644

    (Phone calls are subject to our opening hours)

    Email: elitefireworksuk@gmail.com

    Drop us an email using the contact box below or using the email address above.

    Firework Categories

    All fireworks on sale to the public have to be extensively tested and classified as either Category F2 or F3. These classifications also impose a noise limit, outline how much space should be given when using them, and ensure the firework has a safety fuse and clear instructions on the label.

    • Category F1 refers to fireworks which pose a minimal hazard and this classification is usually given to indoor fireworks
    • Category F2 items (sometimes known as garden fireworks) require the smallest distance, which is eight metres or 15 metres
    • Category F3 items (sometimes known as display fireworks) require the greatest distance which is at least 25 metres.

    Not all fireworks in these categories will be suitable for every garden. It is vital to check the distances required and all of the instructions on Category F2 and F3 fireworks as it may not be possible to meet the distance requirements in a domestic garden.

    • Category F4 fireworks (sometimes known as industrial fireworks) are for professional use only at organised displays. These can include aerial shells and other items banned for sale to the public. Many category F4 fireworks are supplied without a fuse and are extremely dangerous to the untrained. If you are not a licensed professional and you are offered Category F4 fireworks, these are being sold to you illegally.


    Firework Safety Code

    Only adults should deal with setting up firework displays, the lighting of fireworks and the safe disposal of fireworks once they have been used (and remember, alcohol and fireworks don't mix!). Children and young people should be supervised, and watch and enjoy fireworks at a safe distance. Follow these top 10 tips for a safer fireworks party:

    1. Plan your firework display to make it safe and enjoyable, and check the time you can legally set off fireworks
    2. Only buy fireworks which carry the CE or UKCA marks, keep them in a closed box, and use them one at a time
    3. Read and follow the instructions on each firework using a torch if necessary
    4. Light the firework at arm's length with a taper and stand well back
    5. Keep naked flames, including cigarettes, away from fireworks
    6. Never return to a firework once it has been lit
    7. Don't put fireworks in pockets and never throw them
    8. Direct any rocket fireworks well away from spectators
    9. Never use paraffin or petrol on a bonfire
    10. Make sure that the fire is out and surroundings are made safe before leaving.


    Sparkler Safety 

    Sparklers are often viewed as being harmless but they burn at fierce temperatures, equivalent to a welding torch. Follow these top tips for sparkler safety:

    • It is recommended that sparklers are not given to under-5s
    • Make sure everyone handling sparklers wears gloves
    • Hold sparklers at arm’s length while being lit and light them one at a time
    • Don’t wave sparklers about close to other people
    • Never hold a baby in your arms while you are holding a sparkler
    • When the sparkler has finished put it in a bucket of cold water.

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