Cheapest supermarket to buy Easter eggs this week including Cadbury and M&Ms

FJHJF9 London, UK 2 March 2016 - A shopper in Sainsburys store passes by the Easter Eggs display. Sainsbuys store in Harringey, North London start Easter Eggs displays three weeks early. Good Friday is on Friday, 25 March 2016 and Easter Sunday on Sunday, 27 March 2016 ¿ Dinendra Haria/Alamy Live News

EASTER is on the horizon and shoppers are flocking to stock up on chocolate eggs.

But which supermarket has the best deals right now? We take a look below and find out.

Which supermarket sells the cheapest Easter eggs this week?

The confectionary aisles can be chaotic during Easter as customers rush to bag their favourite eggs – but it’s still possible to save cash.

Remember to factor in delivery costs if you’re ordering home and use supermarket store locators online to find your closest branch.

And definitely don’t buy anything you don’t need just because it’s cheap – you’re still spending extra money if you do.

You can still check around other stores if you want to be sure of a bargain – there may be better deals elsewhere we haven’t seen.

If you do, you can use tools like or Price Runner to compare costs with other brands and retailers.

The cheapest eggs we found this week are from Tesco, but you’ll need to be quick if you want one before they sell out.

You can get select small and medium-sized Easter eggs for £1.25 but they’re on offer for £1 if you have a Clubcard.

If you don’t, it’s free to sign up to and you only need to punch in a few quick details.

It might be worth it for the extra deals you can access with it.

Here’s a list of eggs we can see online right now for that price:

  • Cadbury Easter Egg White Chocolate and Buttons (98g)
  • Cadbury Dairy Milk Caramel Nibbles Easter Egg (96g)
  • Cadbury Mini Easter Eggs (97g)

You can also buy large Easter eggs for £3, one of the cheapest prices we’ve seen.

But keep an eye out for more Clubcard deals in case there are more reductions this week.

Here are a few large eggs you can choose from:

  • Cadbury Dairy Milk Wispa Easter Egg (182.5g)
  • M&Ms Brownie Chocolate Egg (222g)
  • Celebrations Chocolate Egg (220G)
  • Kit Kat Chunky Milk Chocolate Egg (230g)
  • Smarties Orange Chocolate Egg (226g)

Keep in mind Lidl, Sainsbury’s and Aldi also sell small Easter eggs for £1.25 but there are no further deals on offer at the moment like Tesco.

We’ve spotted the odd medium-sized egg for £1.25 at Aldi, but these may be Specialbuys and could disappear soon.

There also isn’t a massive range of branded Easter eggs at Aldi so you’re only better off going here if you prefer own-brand chocolate.

Asda is also selling eggs for £1.25 but with a few two for £2 deals as well – so you can buy a couple to match the same price as Tesco.

If you’re after something specific it might be worth calling up your local store first to see if they have it.

It’s the last week before Easter Sunday so eggs will likely be flying off the shelves this week.

Morrisons is selling small and medium-sized eggs for a little more than other supermarkets, costing £1.50 and £3.25 respectively.

The supermarket chain has a variety of eggs on offer though, including Cadbury Wispa, Maltesers, Galaxy and Cadbury Fingers.

Elsewhere most supermarkets offer their large eggs for £3 except Sainsbury’s, which charges £5 for a select few.

And if you’re after something a little different, Morrisons is selling savoury fans two types of cheese Easter eggs.

You get a choice between Lancashire and Cheddar and Stratford blue cheese.

They’re both available across all stores in the UK and those part of the My Morrisons reward scheme can bag one for £4.

Remember that changes if you’re ordering online though – Morrisons charges at least £4.15 but if you buy a delivery pass it could save you up to £176 if you order regularly.