CHRISTMAS is just around the corner so it’s time to start stocking up on essentials … indulgent chocolates.
If your family are Cadbury fans then you will be pleased to know they have an excellent chocolate selection box on offer this year with all your Cadbury favourites.Shoppers rush to buy a Cadbury selection box that’s the cheapest around[/caption]
The Cadbury Christmas selection box this year features 145g of Cadbury classics like Cadbury Crunchie, Cadbury fudge and shareable Dairy Milk buttons.
Hold on to your hats because it looks like Morrisons is the best place to go if you want to get the most out of your money.
The supermarket currently has the selection box on offer for £1.35 instead of the original price of £2.
However, you’ll need to act fast, this deal only lasts till the end of this week November 19.
It looks like Aldi is the runner-up for the next-best deal with the selection box priced at £1.49.
Tesco has the next best deal with the selection box priced at £1.50 but only if you have a Clubcard.
Without a Clubcard, you will need to pay 50p more for the chocolates. You’ll have to be quick if you want this deal as well because it expires just before Christmas on the 23 December.
Iceland is next up with the Cadbury selection box priced at £2.00.
Sainsbury’s has the selection box for a whopping £2.50 so that is the last place you should head to if you want to save money.
The same can be said for Ocado who have the selection box for £2.50 online, claiming shoppers are still getting a deal with the box 50p off the usual price.
There is a time limit on this deal as well, you need to grab it before November 28.
In total, the selection box carries a Cadbury Fudge, a Cadbury Crunchie, a Cadbury Wispa, a Cadbury Double Decker, a Cadbury Dairy Milk Little Bar and Cadbury Dairy Milk Treatsize Buttons.
Bear in mind prices can vary from one day to the next and items can go on a deal at any point, especially during the festive season.
Note that some supermarkets charge extra for delivery, it may be cheaper to include the selection box in your weekly shop or to pick them up in-store.
There might be a chance to get the Cadbury selection box even cheaper before Christmas although there is no guarantee.
Trolley.co.uk has a price comparison tool which compares the prices of 130,000 products across all major supermarkets.
The Latest Deals app also lets you search items and helps you compare prices at several supermarkets to see where it’s cheaper.
If you’re not a fan of Cadbury, see if you can find your favourite in our round-up of the cheapest place to buy Christmas selection boxes this week.
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