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Cheapest shop to buy Quality Streets and Celebrations this week for under £3 – but there’s a catch

SHOPPERS looking to get their chocolate fix can grab a tub of Celebrations or Quality Street for less than £3 this week.

But they’ll have to spend a minimum of £25 if they want to get hold of the offer.

Iceland shoppers can bag two tubs of either Celebrations or Quality Street for £5.50

And they’ve only got a few days left to get the discount too.

The HotUKDeals website is offering customers a discount code to get £2.50 off if they buy two tubs of either Celebrations (650g) or Quality Street (600g) from Iceland.

The two tubs usually cost £8 but with the discount, customers can get them for just £5.50, less than £3 each.

However, the offer is for online orders only and there’s a minimum spend of £25.

Plus, you can only use the offer once and have until Monday, December 12 to do so.

To get the £2.50 off, you just have to enter the code “ICECHOCTREAT” when paying at the online checkout.

Or you can go to the HotUKDeals website to get a link.

Supermarkets have been taking turns to drop the prices of their popular chocolates in the run up to Christmas.

Morrisons was selling two tubs of Quality Street for £6 in November.

Plus, Aldi was stocking 600g tubs of the choccies for just £3.49 in the same month.

How much are other supermarkets selling the tubs for?

After the current HotUKDeals Iceland offer, the next cheapest supermarket selling 650g tubs of Celebrations is Asda.

They’re £4 a tub there, while Ocado, which delivers for Marks and Spencer, is selling two for £8.

The next cheapest retailer for 600g tubs of Quality Street after Iceland is B&M, which is selling them for £4.

After that, Morrisons is selling them for £4.99 then Sainsbury’s and Tesco for £5 each.

How else can I save on my supermarket shop?

If you’re looking for other ways to save on your food shop in the run up to Christmas, you’ve got some options.

You can try looking out for yellow or red stickers on products – these denote that they’ve been reduced.

But if the food is fresh you’ll have to eat it fast, or freeze it to have another time, as it’s usually reduced because it’s close to its use by date.

Making a list could save you some money too as you’ll be less likely to make any rash purchases when you get to the supermarket.

Or, you might want to go for supermarket own-brands as it could save you hundreds over a year.

That means going for “own” or “value” type products instead of “finest” or “luxury” lines.

Plenty of supermarkets run wonky veg and fruit schemes as well where you can get cheap prices if they’re misshapen or imperfect.

For example, Lidl runs its Waste Not scheme offering boxes of 5kg of fruit and vegetables for just £1.50.

In other news, Iceland is selling a £20 Christmas party platter with over 200 items included.

Plus, Aldi, Lidl and Sainsbury’s have slashed the price of their Christmas veggies with prices starting from as little as 19p.

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