Christmas is just days away, and if you haven’t bought them already, here’s where you can get the cheapest tubs from Quality Street and Celebrations.
They’re a staple of the holidays – many of us will leave tubs of chocolate scattered around the house for loved ones to pick up throughout the holiday.
If you haven’t bought your bathtubs yet, or if you’ve already run out of water, here’s where you can get them for the cheapest this week.
Cheapest place to buy party tubs
For the 650g tubs of celebration, the cheapest we can currently see is from Aldi, who sell them online for £3.99 – you can order online to click and collect or check if they have them in store.
This is followed closely by Asda who are offering it for sale for £4.
Then Morrisons have it for £4.99 and Sainsbury’s sells it for £5 online.
Tesco’s website said they were out of stock so we can’t see the price, but it’s worth checking with the store as it could be cheaper than the above stores.
Some Tesco stores previously had offers for Clubcard holders, so it’s always worth checking.
If you think you’ll be getting a lot of festive tubs this year, you might want to consider buying a 2.4kg tub from Amazon for £16.69 – currently 22% off the usual price.
In 650g tub terms, you’d need to buy four to hit 2.6kg to break even, which is just over Amazon’s size.
It’ll be the cheapest four pans you can get from Aldi right now – at £15.96 – a little cheaper (and bigger!) than an Amazon box.
Cheapest place to buy Quality Street
If you’re a fan of Quality Street, Lidl is your best bet, selling 600g tubs for £3.99.
However, you cannot order online, so you will have to go to the store and stock may vary.
Again, Asda is keeping a close eye on £4 while Sainsbury’s sells bathtubs for £5.
Morrisons were also selling the bathtubs for £4.99 but they were sold out online, despite checking in store.
Similar to the Celebration pans, Tesco’s website lists the Quality Street pans as sold, but it’s worth checking in-store.
Of course, prices may vary across all stores, so be sure to shop around first.
Shoppers were divided on news of this year’s festivities, after the fave Chocolate Company revealed it would be eliminating the controversial Bounty Bar from its vats.
People were divided, with some saying it was “the best news ever” while others saying they’d miss out on the coconut chocolate.
And last week, Mars, which produces Celebrations, announced that it would be launching its own version of its chocolate digestive biscuit.
The digestive comes in two flavors – milk chocolate and orange.
The new biscuits will be launched in Asda stores on December 29th and will cost £1.89 per 300g.
Similarly, Nestlé announced that Quality Street will lose its iconic brightly colored wrappers over the 86 years since their release.
In an effort to become more environmentally friendly, candy is now packaged in a faded form of waxed paper, which can be recycled.
Only the foil-covered sweets—green triangle and orange crunch—will remain in their original packaging.
The new covers will gradually run through to Christmas, and you might get a mix of old and new covers in the meantime.
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