Easter Sunday may still be a matter of months away, however chocolate treats for the festivity hit the shelves weeks ago. And, be it to enjoy a chocolate treat sooner rather than later, or to stock up for Easter Sunday on April 12, Tesco shoppers could take advantage of a current offer on Cadbury Creme Eggs.

The retailer is currently offering customers the chance to pick up two of the five-pack Cadbury eggs for £2.

These packs usually sell for £1.65 for one five-pack at Tesco, the website details.

This includes the packs: Cadbury Creme Egg 5 X 40G, Cadbury 5 Caramel Egg 195g, and Cadbury Oreo Chocolate Egg 5X31g.

It means that currently, spending £2 on the deal would mean the customer ends up with 10 of the chocolate eggs in total – split across two packs.

However, this deal does not last forever, as the supermarket explains.

On its website, Tesco says that the offer is “valid for delivery from 19/02/2020 until 25/02/2020.”

Also in the two for £2 offer is a pack of Cadbury Mini Eggs 96g.

Elsewhere in supermarket news, a savvy shopper has explained how they manage to keep to a weekly budget of around £60 to £70 for their groceries.

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The Mumsnet user explained that this feeds a family of five, back in 2018.

“Heismyopendoor” told fellow users of the website that they had children aged nine, six, and almost five.

The savvy shopper laughed: “My kids honestly eat more than me.”

They went on to explain that they tend to keep to a weekly meal plan, and also revealed they opted against buying ready made food kits.

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In comparison, one fellow Mumsnet users commented on the thread, and revealed that they tend to spend about £150 per week on their shop for a family of four to five – depending on who is in the house at the time.

This includes paying for the care of four dogs.

Meanwhile, another also said they spend around £150 each week for four people – with this budget including items such as cleaning products and lunches.

“Hoopyloop2016” also shared their typical expenditure – which comes in at £120 on average, for a family of six.



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