DISCOUNTER Lidl has released a brand new boozy Easter egg and it looks amazing.
The showstopper combines gin, prosecco AND chocolate, but it will set you back £12.99.
Lidl’s new Easter egg combines prosecco, gin AND chocolate, but it will set you back £12.99
Hand decorated with a golden lustre, Lidl’s Deluxe Golden Sculpture Egg is made from luxury Belgian milk chocolate.
The delicious egg is accompanied by smooth Ginsecco (a combination of gin and prosecco) and chocolate ganache mini eggs.
The egg is certified UTZ, which stands for sustainable farming, so you can be safe in the knowledge that your Easter treats are ethically sourced.
Shoppers can pick up the Deluxe Golden Sculpture egg in stores from Tuesday 19th March.
But they’re only available while stocks last, so you’ll want to act fast if you want to get your hands on one.
Lidl has over 760 stores in the UK, you can find your nearest here.
How to save money on Easter chocolateWith supermarkets changing prices weekly, it can be hard to keep track.Here’s our top tips to make sure you get an eggs-cellent deal.
DO compare prices – Make sure you check all your local supermarkets to hunt out the best deals. If you know which egg you want, you can use mysupermaket.co.uk to compare online.
DON’T be loyal – sticking with your usual shop out of habit can mean that you spend 200 per cent more for the exact same egg!
DO check Aldi and Lidl – these discounters are often great value for money, so don’t let the fact they haven’t got prices online put you off
DON’T assume cheap means good value – check the weights of your eggs and the cost per gram of chocolate. Sometimes deals mean you might get more for your money with a larger egg
DO use multiplyer deals – if you’ve got a few kids to buy for, take advantage of BOGOF or two for £X deals. This can massively cut the amount you pay
At £12.99 Lidl’s egg a lot more expensive than the cheapest Easter eggs available, which will set you back just 75p.
But for a luxury offering the price is quite reasonable.
Aldi’s newly launched Exquisite Ruby Heist egg is shaped like a jewel and also costs £12.99.
While most of the supermarkets have large Easter eggs ranging in cost from £8 – £15.
You can get luxury eggs cheaper, if you’re prepared to shop around.
For example, at Tesco, a Thorntons Classics Egg costs just £6, reduced from £8, while the Ferraro Rocher egg costs £10, down from £15.
At Waitrose, you can pick up a chocolate marble Easter egg for £15. but you can also get a caramel chocolate golden egg for just £10.
The cheapest egg at M&S costs £12, but the most expensive luxury egg on the retailer’s website is only £15.
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Sainsbury’s is selling an Easter egg made from spreadable CHEESE.
Tesco cuts Easter eggs to just 75p – where to buy them cheapest.
Asda is selling a MARMITE flavoured chocolate Easter egg.
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