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The Cheapest Christmas Chocolate Tubs Revealed & It's Not ASDA or Aldi

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Attention, deal hunters! Christmas is the season of indulgence, and I've got the inside scoop on where to get your festive chocolate fix without breaking the bank. This week, it's all about Tesco outshining its competitors with an unbeatable offer on Quality Street and Cadbury Heroes.

Here's the deal: Tesco is offering 600g tubs of Quality Street, along with 550g tubs of Cadbury Roses and Heroes, for a mere £3.89. But there's a catch – this offer is exclusively for Clubcard holders and is valid only until December 12. So, if you're not a Clubcard member yet, now's the time to join the club!

However, Celebrations fans might be a bit disappointed, as these treats aren't included in the offer. But don't worry, I've done some digging to find you the next best thing.

When comparing prices, it's crucial to stay vigilant as they fluctuate, especially during the festive season. Use price comparison tools like the Latest Deals app to ensure you're getting the best deal. Remember, the price online might differ from what's in-store, so a quick trip to your local supermarket could be worthwhile.

Now, let's break it down:

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- Quality Street: Tesco leads with £3.89 for a 600g tub, saving you 61p compared to Asda's £4.50. Morrisons trails with a £5 offer for More cardholders.

- Cadbury Roses: Tesco wins again at £3.89, while Sainsbury's and Asda offer the 550g tub at £5.50 and £4.50, respectively.

- Cadbury Heroes: Tesco tops the chart at £3.89, outdoing Asda's £4.50 and Sainsbury's £5.50.

Celebrations aren't part of Tesco's Clubcard deal, but they still lead the pack with a 600g tub priced at £4, slightly cheaper than Asda and Morrisons.

Lyndsey Young at The Sun reported this exciting news, guiding us through the chocolate maze with ease.

With Christmas approaching, remember that prices for these festive treats are likely to drop further. Last year, some retailers slashed prices to as low as £3.49 in late November. So, keep your eyes peeled for even better deals.

Tom Church, Co-Founder of LatestDeals.co.uk, sums it up perfectly: "Smart shopping during the festive season can lead to significant savings. Always compare prices and make the most of membership deals like Tesco's Clubcard offers. It's not just about finding the lowest price, but about understanding the value of what you're buying."

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nadinegregg70

Most of Tescos deals are for clubcard holders only which isn't really fair for xmas shoppers. Imagine how much sales would be up if this offer was open to all shoppers.

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BonzoBanana

nadinegregg70 It's completely free to have a clubcard its not like there is a membership fee. Why wouldn't you use a clubcard in Tesco? You get discounts, points and they occasionally send discount vouchers i.e. £5 off £30 etc seems like a no brainer to me. You also get point's bonuses where you can double the value of your points for a restaurant meal or day out. I tend to use till operators rather than self-checkout and its extremely rare that anyone doesn't have a clubcard in my experience.

If I go into Lidl's I use Lidl Plus, in Sainsbury's Nectar, Asda is Asda Rewards, Iceland has a bonus card too. Why would people pay extra in these shops when the loyalty scheme is free?

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jam45

BonzoBanana I agree with you regarding owning loyalty cards. I haven't got an Asda or Lidl's app. But Tesco does price match Asda most of the times and like you said Tesco's money off vouchers makes them the cheapest as far as I am concern.

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TraceyCoates

I know where I'm off to thanks as hubby has normally eaten at least 2 tubs b4 xmas

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