THE Range shoppers are raving over a delicious chocolate treat spotted that’s ‘brilliant fun.’
The retailer is known for its popular low prices and unique deals, and there’s plenty where that came from in the run up to Christmas.
The Range revealed it’s selling a scrumptious 840g Cadbury Chocolate House Kit, available in stores only, to its Facebook page.
The idea is you build the chocolate house yourself, like you would a gingerbread house.
The kit contains:
- Two Cadbury Dairy Milk Winter Wonderland Edition bars (100g)
- Two classic Cadbury Dairy Milk bars (180g)
- Two bags of Cadbury White Buttons (14.4g)
- Two smaller Cadbury Dairy Milk bars (110g)
- One Cadbury Flake (32g)
Shoppers were loving it, with one posting: “Love Cadbury – the only chocolate I’ve eaten for 65 years.”
Another wrote: “Ours came out really well last year and we all ate it, unlike the gingerbread house.”
A third praised: “Was fun to make…..and eat.”
And one more joked: “Wouldn’t even get to the 3rd wall with me, I’d be eating it by then.”
The house costs £14 on the Cadbury’s website – but it should be cheaper from The Range.
And remember if you were to order from Cadbury’s, you’d have to pay for delivery too.
We recommend calling up your local Range to check pricing and whether they have it in stock first – costs may vary store to store and stock might be subject to availability.
You can find your nearest Range by searching the store locator on Google.
Of course, it’s always worth shopping around for the best deals when looking to buy food at the supermarket.
You might find a better price elsewhere, unless the product’s being sold exclusively.
Websites like trolley.co.uk compare hundreds of thousands of products across a number of high street supermarkets so you can find the best prices.
For example, Sainsbury’s is selling the same 840g house kit for £12 – down from £14 originally.
But bear in mind you’ll be charged between £2.50 and £4.50 to have your shopping home delivered from there.
It’s a little bit cheaper from Tesco – priced at £10 – and remember to look out for Clubcard deals that might pop up while you’re at it.
You can also grab it for £10.99 online and in stores from B&M.
In other news, sweet-toothed shoppers have been rushing out to buy a new chocolate bar from Morrisons that’s based on a classic snack.
Morrisons has started stocking white chocolate Biscoff Bars with cream for fans who fancy something a bit different.
The new product was revealed on the Newfoodsuk Facebook page and shoppers have shared their excitement at its arrival.
One person tagged their fiancée in a post and said: “Need to go to Morrisons.”
The white chocolate Lotus Bar weighs 180 grams, costs £3 and comes in at just over 1,000 calories in total.
There’s two other new flavours to pick from as well – milk with crumbs and milk chocolate with cream.
Both products are 180 grams and also cost £3.
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