ONE excited shopper has discovered Cadbury Creme Eggs selling for 15p at Boots.
Tracey Young revealed that she found the treasured egg in Boots Eastgate, in Bristol.
The Creme Egg was first released in 1921 and has become a favourite of Brits[/caption]
Tracey Young bought four Creme Eggs after finding them for 15p at Boots[/caption]
She posted her astounding find to the Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK.
“Not many left but maybe other stores as not in the clearance bit.”
Creme Eggs usually sell for four times the price at the large retail chains, selling for 60p at ASDA, 65p at Iceland, and 70p at Sainsbury’s.
Brits love a Creme Egg with the first one being released in 1921 and today’s version coming out in 1971.
500 million of the eggs are made each year, with two-thirds of those being eaten in the UK.
Tracey also posted a photo of her receipt to the page showing that she had bought four of the eggs.
One commenter suggested they could be cheap because they were short-dated, but Tracey replied saying their expiry was July.
Another commenter said: 15p each, be great for a raffle.”
A third shocked commenter said: “Whaaaaaaat.”
Good Friday falls on March 29 this year, while Easter Sunday lands on March 31.
Cadbury has launched a supersized white chocolate Creme Egg, with one shopper finding it at Asda.
Cadbury first released the small white chocolate creme egg in 2023, after being announced in November 2022 and it was the first innovation of the treat in five decades.
Meanwhile, Brits are divided over an alternative Easter chocolate assortment, which doesn’t include eggs.
An M&M chocolate easter egg has also hit shelves with fans of the product saying they can’t wait to buy it.
One shopper found Creme Eggs for 15p at Boots[/caption]