CANDY Crush fans should head to Home Bargains for its latest mouth-watering treats.
The bargain retailer is selling ice cream tubs inspired by the game, and they come in a bubblegum surprise, marshmallow delight and chocolate mountain flavour.
Hotukdeals The ice cream flavours are available in Home Bargains stores
The first flavour tastes of pink bubblegum, and it comes with popping candy and rainbow sprinkles, while the marshmallow flavour tastes of blue raspberry marshmallows, chocolate chunks and rainbow sprinkles.
The chocolate mountain flavour comes packed with chocolate flavoured ice cream, chocolate chunks and mini chocolate beans.
The 500ml tubs are on sale in Home Bargains stores only for £1.99, where they were first spotted by users of deal-sharing websites Hotukdeals and Latest Deals.
You can find your nearest Home Bargains shop using its store locator.
The tubs are currently not available in any of the major supermarkets, although they’ve previously been sold by Ocado for £3.99, according to Hotukdeals.
The treats are made by Southend on Sea-based manufacturer Rossi.
If you prefer sticking to the major brands, a 460ml tub of Häagen-Dazs chocolate ice cream currently sets you back £2.50 at Sainsbury’s, which is the cheapest price among the major supermarkets.
While a 500ml tub of Ben & Jerry’s chocolate fudge ice cream costs £3 at Asda and Tesco.
Candy Crush, released in April 2012, is a free-to-play match-three puzzle video game.
In October last year, Candy Crush Friends officially became the biggest game in the world after it was played live on the side of a New York skyscraper.
The Sun has asked Home Bargains about the amount of calories in each tub, but we haven’t yet heard back.
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Earlier this year, Asda started selling unicorn ice cream and it tastes like marshmallows.
Around the same time, Kinder Bueno ice creams finally also launched in the UK.
Meanwhile, an ex-Home Bargains worker has revealed seven tips to save money while shopping at the discount store.
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