WILKO is slashing the price of its pick and mix sweets for the Easter holidays from tomorrow.
Those with a sweet tooth will be able to load up on their favourites for half the cost – but the offer won’t be around for long.
The high street giant has launched this offer over the holidays before and it’s always popular amongst shoppers – no matter what age.
A cup of pick and mix from Wilko will usually set you back £2 to £4 depending what size you grab.
There’s regular, medium, or extra large tubs to choose from.
A regular cup costs £2 full price, a medium £3, and the biggest one £4.
But from tomorrow, these prices will be halved, meaning you could get a regular cup of the goodies for just a pound.
If you fancy upsizing, a medium pot will cost you £1.50, and an extra large will be £2.
The offer will run from tomorrow, April 8, until April 17, which is Easter Sunday.
So shoppers will have just over a week to make the most of the bargain.
Those who want to dig in simply have to fill up on their favourites and head to the checkout where the offer will be applied automatically.
The pick and mix stations can only be found in Wilko stores, so you won’t be able to redeem the offer online.
You can find your nearest branch using Wilko’s store locator.
Make sure to check the opening hours before heading out to avoid disappointment, especially over the Easter bank holiday weekend.
The upcoming deal has been shared on Facebook discount groups like Money Saver by Dansway, with members sharing their excitement.
The post got 269 likes and amassed 633 comments, with some saying: “We need to go!”
Another user commented: “HUGE NEWS!”
Always shop around for offers before buying to make sure you’re getting the best deal.
Earlier this year, Wilko introduced a massive change to its stores which allowed pet owners to shop with their furry friends.
Meanwhile, Aldi is set to launch its popular baby event later this month – find out when.
And Asda has cut the cost of its hanging egg chair to £200.
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