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Quick deal for you today! If you don’t want to wait until Easter to get your creme egg fix… there’s a great deal on at the moment to satisfy your cravings… for quite a while!

There are two different ways at the moment to get Cadbury Creme eggs for 33p, and as a Creme Egg fan, I felt it deserved a blog about it. Here’s how to get them:

Bulk buying on Amazon

Bulk buying is a great way to save money – especially when it makes the cost per item really cheap. It might be slightly more dangerous for the waistline when it’s chocolate, but it’s still a good deal nonetheless.

Amazon currently have a bulk buying deal on Cadbury Creme Eggs, where you get a box of 48 Creme Eggs for £15.80 (or 33p each).

This specific box of Creme Eggs usually costs £27.84, so you’re saving £12+, and getting enough Creme Eggs to last you a few weeks… or maybe a few days.

 

If you’re not on Amazon Prime, you’ll need to spend £20 in order to get free delivery, so find something worth around £4 to save yourself the money of postage (which’ll be around £4 itself!)

Tesco Creme Eggs

If you don’t fancy shopping online at Amazon, or don’t want that many, pop down to your local Tesco! At the moment, you can pick up 3 Creme Eggs for £1 (normally 50p each).

You have to buy them in groups of 3 to get this deal, but it’s still a lot more flexible than buying 48 at a time. This offer is on all the way to Easter too, ending on Monday 13 April.

 

And there we are! Here are a few options to get your Creme Egg fix at the moment. Hope you find this useful. P.S: The Boots sale has been confirmed today that it’s starting on Friday. See the blog here for full details.

Will you be getting some cheap Creme Eggs? I’d love to know in the comments below, on Twitter @Jordon_Cox or on Facebook.

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  • Miss Carla Chilley
    Posted 31st January 2020 at 10:51 pm 0Likes

    Heads up. one stop is selling a pack of 5 Cadbury cream eggs for £1.

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