Cheapest place to buy Cadbury mini eggs this week and it’s not Asda or Lidl


Aldi offers the best deal, but they may be sold out

Although Easter is still a few weeks away, the Easter merchandise has already hit the shelves. And what's Easter without those delicious Cadbury mini eggs? If you can't resist these yummy treats, we've compiled a list of the cheapest places to buy them this week. Aldi is the cheapest option, with an 80g pack priced at £1.25. However, they may already be sold out, so it's worth checking your local Aldi. Aldi also offers its own version of mini eggs, called Dairyfine Mini Chocolate Eggs, priced at 99p.

Tesco comes in second with a great deal

If Aldi is out of stock, don't worry, Tesco has the second-best price. Their 80g pack of Cadbury mini eggs is priced at £1.30. However, you'll need a Clubcard to get that price. Without a Clubcard, the price is £1.50. But hurry, this deal expires on February 20.

Other supermarkets offer similar prices

Sainsbury's, Iceland, Co-op, Ocado, Asda, and Morrisons all have the same size pack of Cadbury mini eggs priced at £1.50. Although there are no current deals on these treats, keep an eye out as that could change at any time.

Waitrose has the highest price, but great deals for bulk buyers

If you're willing to spend a bit more, Waitrose sells the chocolate goodies for £1.80. However, they have some great deals if you're buying in bulk. You can purchase two 80g packs for £3 or mix and match with other Easter chocolates of a similar size. And if you really can't get enough, Waitrose also sells a 1kg giant sharing bag of Cadbury Chocolate Mini Eggs for £12.50. Alternatively, you can find them at B&M for an even cheaper price of £12.

Keep an eye out for deals and other Easter treats

Remember that prices can vary from day to day, and supermarkets may offer deals at any time, especially during the Easter season. It's worth checking's price comparison tool to find the best deals across all major supermarkets. Additionally, the Latest Deals app can help you search for items and compare prices at multiple supermarkets to find the cheapest option.

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