Full list of supermarkets and shops slashing price of Quality Street and Cadbury chocs – and they cost as little as 25p | The Sun

Full list of supermarkets and shops slashing price of Quality Street and Cadbury chocs – and they cost as little as 25p | The Sun

MAJOR retailers across the country are slashing the price of chocolate tubs and treats in their post-Christmas sales.

Shoppers have been spotting the big discounts across a range of brands including Quality Street and Cadbury.

It comes as most shops are trying to clear their popular Christmas stock after the big day.

There are a range of bargains on offer with prices starting at just 25p at some stores.

Do bear in mind that prices may vary across different locations depending on stock levels and offers available.

So, what one bargain hunter may find at their local store might be different at yours – although reductions are very common at this time of years so make sure to keep your eyes peeled.


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Post-Christmas sales can be a great time to bag some end-of-year bargains and most shops take part.

And if you're just looking to take advantage of some major savings, there are lots to choose from.

But remember to write a list in advance, and always compare prices ahead of the sale to ensure you get your coveted items for the very best price.

And just because something is on offer, or is part of a sale, it doesn't always mean it's a good deal.

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There are plenty of comparison websites out there that'll check prices for you – so don't be left paying more than you have to.

We've rounded up some of the major supermarkets and shops that have slashed the prices of chocolate treats this week.


Posting on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group, one happy shopper said: "Asda is selling Matchmakers, After Eights and Reece's boxes for 25p each.

"I also got a bar of Cadbury Dairy Milk for a quid and a box of Cadburys for £3."

But that's not all, Asda has also slashed the price of its tubs of Quality Street by half.

Shoppers can now bag a tub of Quality Street for just £2 – down from £4.

People have spotted a store in Doncaster is selling giant 871g Quality Street tins for just £3.

Other big reductions include a Cadbury's Christmas selection box down from just under £4 to £1.75.


Tesco shoppers have also been sharing their bargain finds.

A 600g box of Lindt Lindor milk chocolate is being sold in stores (not online, unfortunately) for just 31p – reduced from a whopping £15.

The box weighs in at 600g, not to be confused with the regular 200g size box.

Meanwhile, the major supermarket is also selling a Cadbury Dairy Milk Winter Orange Crisp 360G bar for just £1.41 – down from £3.

The chocolate bars are available online and in store while stocks last.

Tesco has also cut the price of its Reese's Christmas trees to just 75p for a four pack – as well as other Reese's chocs.


Co-op shoppers have been sharing their bargain chocolate finds on the deal-finding site Hot UK Deals.

Among the finds was a Dairy Milk Snowball 110g bar for just 50p.

The convenience store chain has also reduced its Cadbury's Heroes selection pouches from £3.50 to £2.28.

And, Quality Street Bars Purple One and Orange Crunch (87g each) are now just 50p.


Morrisons is also among the retailers to slash its chocolate prices in order to clear Christmas stock.

Posting on Hot UK Deals, one shopper found that a Forrero Rocher 17 piece box was reduced from £5.50 to just £2.75.

But, if you're looking for even more of the chocolate treats the supermarket is also selling a huge 42 piece box for just £5.50.

This is half the price of other stores like Tesco which sell the same size for £11.

It is also selling a Terrys Chocolate Orange Segsations pouch for just £1.25.

Home Bargains

Home Bargains is known for its bargains all year round but after Christmas it also does slash some prices down.

If you've got a large family or are simply stocking up for the next few months, the discount store could be the place for you.

It has cut the prices of its multipacks of various chocolate bars and bags by as much as £10.

Home Bargains is selling a case of six Cadbury Heroes 290g cartons for just £17.94 or £2.99 each.

This is down from its usual price of £27.54.

The price of six cases of Cadbury's Eclairs cartons (420g each) is also down from £15 to £11.94.


Like Home Bargains, B&M has low prices all year round, not just for Christmas.

Most of its bargains are only available in store so make sure to keep an eye out when you're having a browse.

We found the discounter is selling Kit Kat chocolate Santas for just 50p at the moment.

Meanwhile, B&M is also currently selling 650g tubs of Quality Street for £4 – or 62p per 100g.


Iceland's reduced to clear discounts include price cuts on Quality Street bars and Lindt bears.

We found that the frozen food retailer has cut the price of its Quality Street Favourites 84g bar to just 50p – down from £1.

It's also selling a 100g Lindt white chocolate teddy for £1.25, the bears usually cost £2.50 so this is a 50% saving.

Galaxy fans are also in luck because the Galaxy Smooth Milk Chocolate gift large sharing block bar (360g) is just £3 currently online.

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