As if you haven’t had more than enough of chocolates and sweets over the festive period, you can now get a load of extra treats from Tesco from as little as 25p as part of a post-Christmas price drop.
Yes, the supermarket giant has now dropped the cost of loads of different types of confectionery, including Swizzles, Nestle, and Reese’s products.
Now, that’s a sale worth queuing up for.
Amongst the things that are on offer are tubs of sweets such as Rowntree’s Fruit Pastilles, Smarties, and Milkybar buttons that will cost just 25p.
To be fair, they were only £1 before, but that’s still decent 75p saving.
If you smashed straight through your Christmas selection box on Christmas morning, but have got a hankering for some more, you can buy an entire Cadbury Christmas Stocking selection for just 38p, that’s down from £1.99 before the big day.
As for the more high-end confectionery on sale, if you have a craving for a box of Galaxy or Malteser Truffles, they’re now at just £1.75, saving you about £3.25.
Swizzels tubs containing all sorts of sugary sweetie favourites are now a quid cheaper than before at £2.
Hell, if you’re really looking to spoil yourself – or pretend to be the ambassador of a country – you can pick up a tray of Ferrero Rocher for £3, down from £10.
For the real chocolate connoisseurs out there, Reese’s peanut butter cups are also on offer for just £1.
However, this offer only applies to those willing to actually go into the shops and isn’t available online.
It also only applies to those who didn’t spend the last two weeks eating their own body weight in chocolate on a regular basis.
The reason you can’t take advantage of the deals online is simply because the whole point of the sale is to get rid of a load of stock.
That means that there will be different levels of stock in each individual store. It also means that once a product is gone, that’s it. It’s gone.
If you’re really that bothered about making sure you can get your hands on the correct type of knock-down price chocolate, then you are advised to ring up your local Tesco store for further details.
If you head to the Tesco website they’ll be able to help you out by telling you your nearest branch.