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Cheapest supermarket to buy Quality Street tubs this week – but you’ll have to be quick

AS Christmas is less than a month away, we have rounded up all of the cheapest places to pick up a tub of Quality Street this week.

If you’re on the hunt for a box this festive season then you’ll be on the look out for the best bargain.

We’ve had a look at the cheapest places to buy Quality Street this week

Deal-finding site HotUKDeals found a big saving on the 600g tub of chocs at Aldi.

The discount supermarket will be selling a 600g tub for just £3.49, reduced from £3.99, from Thursday.

But you’ll have to be quick because the offer is only on until December 7 as part of its Christmas sales.

The deals will see you save £1.51 a tub off the most supermarket’s usual £5 price.

Aldi isn’t the only supermarket offering a reduction on the cost of a tub this week.

Both Sainsbury’s and Tesco are selling them for £3.50 – but with Tesco you will have to be Clubcard holder to get the discount.

It always pays to compare prices so you know you’re getting the best deal.

The offer at Aldi is the lowest prices we found but it’s always worth having a look yourself for the top bargain.

Prices can also vary day to day what deals are on at the time and remember you might pay for delivery you’re ordering online.

You can compare prices on websites like Google shopping and – which compares the prices of 130,000 products across 14 major supermarkets.

The Latest Deals app also lets you search items and lets you compare prices at several supermarkets to see where it’s cheaper.

Here’s how prices of Quality Street compare at all major supermarkets and high street shops this week.


From December 1 to 7 shoppers can pick up a 600g tub of Quality Street for just £3.49.

This is reduced from its usual price of £3.99.

We have reached out to Aldi to see if the deal will be available both online and in store and will update this story when we hear back.

The offer also includes tubs of celebrations too.


Tesco is selling 600g of Quality Street for £3.50 at the moment.

But, as we mentioned you can only get the discount if you have a Clubcard.

You can get a Tesco Clubcard for free and earn points as you shop, as well as getting cheaper prices.

You can then use the points to get vouchers for money off food or other rewards like discounts on day trips.

Each time you spend £1 in store and online, you get one point when you scan your card or app.

The Quality Street offer started last week and is only on until November 30.

It’s available both online and in store.


As we mentioned, you can grab a 600g tub for £3.50 from Sainsbury’s this week too.

This is down from its usual price of £5 and is also available online and in store.


A 600g tub at Asda is priced at £4.

But, the major supermarket is offering two for £7 at the moment, so if you want double the chocs its £3.50 a tub.

The offer also includes Dairy Milk, Celebrations, Heroes, Roses and biscuit boxes too.


Iceland is selling a 600g Quality Street tubs from £5.

Alternatively, you can pick up two tubs for £8 – £4 a tub.

You can also grab a bigger tub but at a more expensive price.

The 871g tin will set you back £8.


Morrisons is selling a tub of the chocolate treats at £4.99 each.

But, the supermarket has offers on chocolate and sweets tubs regularly so do keep an eye out over the next few weeks.


B&M is selling a 650g tub for £4 – but you do get slightly more for that price compared to others.

The tub, which is only available in stores and not on the B&M website, works out as 62p per 100g.

This means that you can pick up this larger tub for more than Sainsbury’s but you’ll get more for your money.


The cheapest 600g tub of Quality Street we could spot on Amazon will set you back £8.60

Plus you’ll need to factor in delivery costs if you’re not a Prime customer, so you’re likely better off visiting a supermarket.

Meanwhile, Quality Street fans could find a surprise change to their tubs this Christmas, with two chocs affected.

Last month, Nestle announced Quality Street will axe its iconic brightly-coloured wrappers over 86 years since their release.

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