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Tesco shoppers rush to buy Aero and KitKat selection boxes and say they are ‘perfect stocking fillers’

TESCO shoppers are rushing to get their hands on Aero and KitKat selection boxes, which are “perfect stocking fillers”.

Christmas is just around the corner, and many households will be looking to grab a bargain as food prices soar.

The Area selection box has been describe as a ‘perfect’ stocking filler
The KitKat selection box is also on offer for Tesco Clubcard shoppers

Shoppers have been hammered by rising inflation, which is currently at 10.1% – and is now back to a 40-year high.

But there are still bargains to be found on supermarket shelves.

Customers have been rushing to Tesco stores to get their hands on the selection boxes for a bargain price.

Posting in the Extreme Couponing and Bargains Facebook page, one shopper said: “These are great value and make great stocking fillers”.

But be careful before you head to the checkout because the low prices are only for those with a Tesco Clubcard.

Shoppers with a loyalty card can get their hands on the KitKat Chunky selection box for just £1.50.

The 225g festive treat box contains two milk chocolate KitKat Chunkys, two caramel bars, one peanut butter flavoured bar and a white chocolate KitKat Chunky.

For shoppers without a Clubcard, the selection box will set you back £3.

Tesco is also selling a 360g Aero selection box for just £2.50 for Clubcard shoppers.

Chocaholics who bag the deal can tuck into a chocolate, peppermint, white and orange-flavoured Aero bars.

If you don’t have a Clubcard, you will have to pay £5 for the selection box.

But if you’re hoping to bag yourself the bargain, you should try your local store as they are not currently available online.

You can find your local Tesco by using the store locator tool on the supermarket’s website.

If you’re thinking of getting a Tesco Clubcard to make the most of this deal, there are a few things you should know.

Shoppers can earn points as they shop which can then be used to turn into vouchers for money off food or other partner schemes. 

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

You can register for a Clubcard online or in store, and it’s free to join.

Many stores are getting ahead of the game when it comes to Christmas this year.

Most supermarkets have already announced when shoppers will be able to bag themselves a Christmas delivery slot.

And there are also dozens of festive promotions appearing on shelves.

The Sun has recently revealed the cheapest place to buy Baileys this year.

But if you want to save yourself even more, Asda has launched two new Irish cream flavours as part of its Christmas range.

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