CADBURY’S Creme Egg fans should head to Tesco where they can pick up a pack of five for just £1.
The bargain price is only available for Clubcard holders so you’ll need to sign up to the supermarket’s scheme.
The deal is running from today until Tuesday, February 23, meaning you’ve only got six days to get in on the action.
With the offer, each individual 40g egg costs just 20p – a cracking price.
Be careful which pack you grab in Tesco though, the larger box of 10 eggs costs £3.95, which means you’ll be shelling out almost 40p per egg – twice the cost.
If you buy your Creme Eggs individually at Tesco they are even cheaper, costing 50p each.
The deal was by far the cheapest we could find at any supermarket online at the moment.
How do I sign up for Tesco Clubcard vouchers?
HERE’S what you need to know about Tesco’s Clubcard scheme and how to get rewards vouchers to spend at restaurants.
You first need to sign up for a Clubcard, which you can join online for free on Tesco’s website.
Once you’ve received it, each time you spend £1 in store and online you get one point when you scan your card or app.
You also get one point for every £2 spent on fuel.
One point equals 1p, so 150 points gets you £1.50, for example.
You have to have a minimum of 150 points to request a voucher.
Once you have enough points, you can now turn them into vouchers of the face value to spend in store, or you can triple their worth to spend at reward partners, including certain restaurants.
You can request and receive vouchers within 24 hours on your Clubcard account online or on the Clubcard app.
For full terms and conditions about faster vouchers, visit Tesco’s website.
Otherwise, you can wait to have your vouchers posted to you from Tesco, which happens every quarter.
But be warned, if you don’t have a Tesco clubcard, the price of a pack of five rises to £2 – and there are better offers available.
Asda is selling packs of five for £1.50 – which is 50% more than the Clubcard deal.
At Sainsbury’s the same pack costs £2, which is double the price of the Clubcard offer.
It’s worth noting that it’s the same price you’ll pay at Tesco once the deal ends or if you’re not a scheme member.
Morrisons is also selling packs for the higher price of £2 or 40p per egg.
In the run up to Easter, most of the major supermarkets have regular Easter Egg sales and prices are likely to go and down each week.
It’s worth hunting around to see who has the best price and stocking up when you spot a bargain.
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