CHRISTMAS is a time for scoffing chocolate – and there are plenty of great deals to chew over.
Here are some ideas for how to get the best value for your money this festive season.
QUALITY DEAL: Asda has set the bar high for discounts on the larger Quality Street tubs, with a 900g tin reduced from £7 to £5.
But hurry, the deal ends today.
It also has 800g gift tins for £6, down from £8. And Heroes Games Edition tins are on the same offer.
Always look for a few quid off the biggest tubs.
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MOUTHWATERING MULTI- BUYS: If you want the standard-size choc tubs, look out for multi-buy deals.
Tesco Clubcard’s two-for-£7 on 650g Quality Street tubs — normally £4 on their own — is excellent value.
This deal ends today too.
STOCKING FILLER: Iceland has a great three-for-£5 offer on smaller packs of festive chocs including Cadbury Heroes, After Eight mints and Quality Street toffees and creams, all normally £2.50 each.
Don’t spend any more than £1 on a Terry’s Chocolate Orange.
Most stores have them on offer for that price at the moment.
FOR THE KIDS: They will want their traditional selection boxes.
The Cadbury Santa Chocolate Selection carton 145g is normally £2 but two for £3 at Iceland.
Or buy them for £1.50 at B&M.
FANCY A HOT CHOC? Sainsbury’s hot chocolate orange flavour is now £1.50, down from £2.
For a bit of extra fun, Lakeland’s hot-chocolate melts are £6.49, down from £9.99.
You get a reindeer, snowman and Santa to put into mugs with some hot milk and marshmallows.
POSH CHOCS: Looking for something a bit more upmarket to gift?
The Waitrose Christmas chocs collection is down to £8, from £10, until tomorrow.
Check out Asda, too, for its £10 deals on 42-piece Ferrero Rocher boxes, down from £11.
Prices here correct at time of going to press. Deals are subject to availability.
DEAL OF THE DAY
THE classic Hungry Hungry Hippos game is down to £9.75, reduced from £13, at Sainsbury’s.
CHECK out Morrisons for £2 Gu desserts, including cheesecakes and brownies, down from £3.30.
SKY is offering all its customers the family film Sing to keep for free.
The animated movie stars Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon and Seth MacFarlane.
It usually costs £7.99 and the offer applies until December 31.
LUSTING after these sparkly flat Jimmy Choos, above, at £750?
Swap them for this equally dazzling £10 pair, below, from Studio.
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PARENTS of kids born between September 2002 and January 2011 could be missing out on £1,000-plus in unclaimed cash.
Some £209.5million is lying in forgotten Child Trust Funds (CTFs), set up by the Government to get families saving.
Thousands of CTFs have now matured.
See gov.uk/find-child-trust-fund for eligibility.
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