CHOCOLATE fans were dismayed after they were unable to find the first door on their Heroes advent calendar this year.
The Cadbury advent calendar was slammed by shoppers who jokingly said they “demand a refund”.
The text on the first door has been printed in dark purple, leaving people unable to spot it, as it blended in with the picture of a Cadbury twirl.
But it got off to a bad start for some Cadbury’s fans, who took to Twitter to complain about the December 1 disappointment.
One disgruntled customer said: “Good start to advent. @CadburyUK Heroes advent calendar hasn’t got a 1.”
While another said they thought they were “going mad” when they couldn’t spot it.
A third said: “My son was most upset. I demand a refund.
“And then the pain of getting the Twister, which he doesn’t like. Not a good day for him.”
This social media user said: @CadburyUK my Heroes advent calendar didn’t have a number on door 1.
“I Spent several minutes looking. I only know it was door 1 by process of elimination.
“And to make matters worse, it was a bloody Creme Egg Twister. Raging”.
The Sun has approached Cadbury for comment.
It’s not the first time the selection box calendar has left some customers disappointed.
Last year, some shoppers were left furious after finding the first chocolate in their calendar was a Cadbury’s Creme Egg.
The “love-it-or-hate-it” chocolate divided Twitter users, with some “thrilled” to find the treat behind the door.
This year, shoppers have been snapping up a famous £6.50 Lindt advent calendar for just £4 from a major retailer.
Plus, we rounded up the ten best last minute advent calendars you can still get your hands on.
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