CHRISTMAS chocolate is usually associated with Cadbury but Home Bargains shoppers can now get their hands on a REESE’S selection box.
The festive Lovers Collection contains seven different bars of the peanut butter chocolate, including one giant cup of Reese’s.
Fans of the American snack will also find Reese’s sticks, pieces, a nut bar and the traditional sized peanut butter cups, as well as white chocolate versions.
The selection box is currently being sold in Home Bargains for £4.99 – just under £10 less than where we found it elsewhere.
Amazon is selling the same gift box for £9.99 plus delivery of £4.49 for non-Prime members, taking the total to £14.48.
Sadly we couldn't see the Lovers Collection being sold on the Home Bargains website so you'll need to visit your nearest store to buy one.
The UK has around 500 Home Bargains stores and you can see where your closest one by clicking here.
We've asked Home Bargains to confirm if they've been rolled out to stores nationwide and we'll update this article when we know more.
We did find cheaper Reese's products available in the UK with B&M selling a mug and mini peanut butter cups set for £2.99.
The discounter is also selling a similar Reese's tray for the same price as the Home Bargains version.
While Matalan is selling Reese’s Pieces advent calendars this year for a slightly pricier £15.
Home delivery from Matalan does cost £3.95 so keep that in mind if you're ordering online.
The Lovers Collection weighs in at 297g and it's worth keeping in mind that 100g of Reese's contains 515 calories and 47g of sugar.
The average male shouldn't consume more than 2,500 calories a day, while it's 2,000 for women.
Adults are also recommended to have no more than 30g of sugar a day.
If you're already in the mood for Christmas, Home Bargains is also selling festive Haribo Starmix and flavours include eggnog and apple strudel.
While B&M is selling a Millions sweets advent calendar this year.
Or for those who don't have a sweet tooth, B&M is selling a Pringles advent calendar.
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