Asda is selling two tins of Quality Street, Roses, Heroes and Celebrations for £6


CHOCOLATE lovers prepare yourself – you can get big tubs of Quality Streets, Roses, Heroes and Celebrations for just £3 each.

Asda has a new deal on the classic Christmas treats where you can get two of the tubs for £6 – the cheapest many shoppers have seen them this season.

You can choose any two of the choc tins for £6

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You can choose any two of the choc tins for £6

The sweet deal is available now online for delivery and collection and we’re checking with Asda if it’s available in store too.

It was spotted by a customer on hotdeals.com and other shoppers are praising the “absolute bargain”.

We’ve also asked Asda how long the deal is on for.

The tins usually cost £4 each at Asda and you can mix and match any of them – including other sweet tins too.

Haribo share the fun sweets tubs contain small packets of Starmix, Supermix and Tangfastics.

The Swizzels sweet shop favourites tub has drumstick lollies, love hearts and double dips as well as other classic sweets.

And there’s a Dairy Milk Freddo and friends chocolate tub with normal Freddos, caramel Freddos, mini buttons and mini fudge.

It’s the cheapest we’ve seen tubs of Quality Streets, Roses, Heroes and Celebrations.

Tesco is the next closest on price at £3.50 each, with a 50p off deal running until 10 November.

The cheapest your likely to get them is actually in January when supermarkets want to get rid of the Christmas stock – this past January they were spotted on sale for just £2.50.

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It’s something to look out for after Christmas this year for next of you haven’t already stocked up (and you have the room and will power not to eat them).

Each of the tubs come in different sizes which you might want to check if you’re looking to get the most bang for your buck.

  • Quality Street – 650g
  • Celebrations – 650g
  • Roses – 600g
  • Heroes – 600g
  • Dairy Milk Freddo tub – 420g
  • Haribo – 600g
  • Swizzles – 750g

How to cut the cost of your grocery shop

SAVING on your shop can make a big difference to your wallet. Here are some tips from comparison site Money.co.uk about how you can cut the cost of your shopping bills:

  • Write yourself a list – Only buy items that you need. If it isn’t on your list, don’t put it in the trolley
  • Create a budget – Work out a weekly budget for your food shopping
  • Never shop hungry – you are far more likely to buy more food if your tummy is rumbling
  • Don’t buy pre-chopped veggies or fruit – The extra they’ll charge for chopping can be eye watering
  • Use social media – follow your favourite retailers to find out about the latest deals
  • Be disloyal – You may want to go to different stores to find the best bargains
  • Check the small print –  It’s always worth checking the price per kg/lb/litre when comparing offers so you’re making a like for like decision as a bigger box won’t necessarily mean you get more
  • Use your loyalty cards – Don’t be afraid to sign up to them all. They all work slightly differently – work out what bonus suits you better and remember to trade in your points for additional rewards
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Click and collect from Asds is free when collecting the next day on orders of at least £25, otherwise it cost £4.

Same day collection cost £1 for a shop totalling more than £25, or £4 if less than that.

And for express collection within 4 hours there’s a £3 fee and no minimum spend.

If you’re getting delivery, it costs between £3 and £5.50 depending on the day and time of your slot.

There’s a £3 surcharge for delivery orders for less than £40.

Delivery passes are cost £5 per month, £35 for 6 months or £55 per year, but are not currently available due to high demand.

Black Friday doesn’t start for another three weeks – but retailers including Amazon, Boots and Superdrug are already slashing prices as part of early sales.

Argos shoppers can snag up to 50% off toys ahead of Black Friday and Christmas.

Lindt is giving away free chocolate bars – here’s how to get your hands on one.

New Cadbury Roses tin created by British homeware designer Emma Bridgewater
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