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Cheapest Supermarket To Buy Creme Eggs This Week & It's Not Aldi

  • A major supermarket slashes Cadbury Creme Eggs price, causing a shopper stampede.
  • Tesco Clubcard members can snag a five-pack for just £1.50, undercutting Aldi's £1.99 deal.
  • Social media buzzes with excitement as fans plan to stock up on the popular Easter treat.

Nothing heralds the approach of Easter quite like the frenzy for Cadbury Creme Eggs, and this year, the rush is on as a major price slash has fans in a flurry. Aldi initially caught attention with a tempting offer of £1.99 for a five-pack of these seasonal delights. However, Tesco has swooped in with an even sweeter deal for its Clubcard holders, offering the same package at a mere £1.50, leaving non-Clubcard shoppers at a still reasonable £2.50.


The buzz around these deals has taken over social media, with comments ranging from urgent "go, go, go" calls to declarations of immediate shopping trips. Amidst this chocolate craze, it's worth noting that Morrisons follows closely at £2.25, while both Asda and Sainsbury's (with a Nectar Card) are tagging their packs at £2.50.

For those without a Clubcard, remember that a delivery fee might apply for online orders, and availability in-store remains a question worth investigating. Tesco's website and store locator tool can be invaluable for planning your Creme Egg hunt.

But why stop at Tesco and Aldi? Prices and promotions are always in flux, and a savvy shopper knows to cast a wider net. Tools like Trolley and Price Runner make it easier to compare prices across retailers, ensuring you get the best deal on your Easter treats.

This Cadbury Creme Egg mania isn't just a testament to the chocolates' enduring popularity; it's also a reminder of the constantly shifting landscape of beloved treats. From the discontinuation of classics like the Mars Delight Bar and Milky Way Crispy Rolls to the recent retirement of Nestlé’s Caramac bar, the sweet snack world is always evolving. Yet, the annual Cadbury Creme Eggs craze stands as a sweet staple of the season.

Sam Walker at The Sun highlighted the current shopper scramble and the comparative deals sparking excitement among chocolate enthusiasts.

Tom Church, Co-Founder of LatestDeals.co.uk, commented, "The race for Cadbury Creme Eggs reflects not just the enduring love for this Easter staple but also the dynamic nature of retail promotions. It's a perfect example of how savvy shopping and keeping an eye on deals can turn seasonal shopping into an exciting hunt for bargains. Whether it's a pre-Easter rush or stocking up on discontinued favorites, there's always a deal to be found."

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