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Medium Easter Eggs £0.75 (Nestle & Mars Eggs Only) @ Tesco
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Medium Easter Eggs £0.75 (Nestle & Mars Eggs Only) @ Tesco

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Posted 24th Jan

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From tomorrow Tesco will be running a 1/2 price offer on their Medium Easter Eggs making them just 75p! This offer only includes the Nestle & Mars Eggs listed below - all Cadbury Eggs are excluded (credit @Nathan94 ). The offer will be available both online and instore and will run until the following Tuesday (4th Feb).

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The eggs currently included are:
  • Rolo
  • Smarties
  • Aero
  • Kitkat

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Nestle / Mars medium eggs only.

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Easter in January, blame it on global warming
Excellent, I have almost finished my Christmas chocolates
I buy the one with the highest weight rather than the one I actually want
Omg this is far too early for this offer. I'll have eaten all of the ones I bought for my nieces and nephews by the time Easter comes around
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Excellent, I have almost finished my Christmas chocolates
Omg this is far too early for this offer. I'll have eaten all of the ones I bought for my nieces and nephews by the time Easter comes around
Easter in January, blame it on global warming
Let the moaning of how this size is not medium commence
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Gormond24/01/2020 16:37

Excellent, I have almost finished my Christmas chocolates


Clearly didn't buy enough when they were reduced... basement is stocked!
WhiteElephant24/01/2020 16:44

Omg this is far too early for this offer. I'll have eaten all of the ones …Omg this is far too early for this offer. I'll have eaten all of the ones I bought for my nieces and nephews by the time Easter comes around


That’s their plan
Me. I think I'll stock up in time for Easter and save some pennies.
Also me. Eats all the chocolate and has to buy more to replace the ones I've eaten.
(I'll probably have to replace the ones I replaced as I'll probably eat them too which will cost a bomb).
Edited by: "jayneframpton" 24th Jan
It’s a great deal but I don’t understand why Snickers don’t have an Easter egg!
You get 1 cream egg HARDLY THE DEAL OF THE CENTURY
Not on cadbury ones, only nestle / mars
God wish I'd never saw this deal.. Slimming world is now out the window 😔 😔......
If that's what passes for a 'medium' these days, what do you get for a 'small'?
I buy the one with the highest weight rather than the one I actually want
Why would you overpay so much for such a small amount of chocolate when its 3 months before easter?
roguesspam24/01/2020 18:13

Why would you overpay so much for such a small amount of chocolate when …Why would you overpay so much for such a small amount of chocolate when its 3 months before easter?


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Is it just me or do the nestle chocolate eggs taste nasty compared to the Cadbury ones. The strange thing is I normally prefer nestle chocolate aswel
They always seem to start their Easter offers early with the Nestle eggs. The offer usually repeats in late Feb (judging from previous years) with the Cadbury ones included.
130uk24/01/2020 19:20

They always seem to start their Easter offers early with the Nestle eggs. …They always seem to start their Easter offers early with the Nestle eggs. The offer usually repeats in late Feb (judging from previous years) with the Cadbury ones included.


Correct, Cadbury are on offer for the same price point between 26th Feb > 5th March
was hoping this deal would come back again. Unlike some of you i have self control so will be picking these up and putting them away.
roguesspam24/01/2020 18:13

Why would you overpay so much for such a small amount of chocolate when …Why would you overpay so much for such a small amount of chocolate when its 3 months before easter?


This is the best price they get to before Easter so its worth picking them up, who really needs anything bigger than one of these anyway? Just makes you sick, Especially if you receive more than one.
brychris24/01/2020 17:32

It’s a great deal but I don’t understand why Snickers don’t have an Easter …It’s a great deal but I don’t understand why Snickers don’t have an Easter egg!

They used to, my snickers easter egg mug was my favourite. Then it broke.

Usually the reduction is after Easter for the unsold Easter eggs to clear shelves, this just proves that those in charge of the ordering or seasonal junk have totally lost touch with what customers want or need. It's Moronic.
Edited by: "Martin_W" 25th Jan
Easter eggs reduced in january, hilarious
roguesspam24/01/2020 18:13

Why would you overpay so much for such a small amount of chocolate when …Why would you overpay so much for such a small amount of chocolate when its 3 months before easter?


A kit Kat Chunky is 60p, with an egg its 75p, so 15p for the chocolate egg and packaging, how much do you think you should be paying for the egg and packaging if 15p is overpriced?
Elaine_Young24/01/2020 17:55

God wish I'd never saw this deal.. Slimming world is now out the window …God wish I'd never saw this deal.. Slimming world is now out the window 😔 😔......


Stop worrying your you and you only live once. Moderations the name of the game....
will get one. 75p is a good price for an easter egg.

just waiting for TCB to give out some free easter eggs as well.
“Medium” eggs.

Also, we’re in JANUARY, how are we preparing for Easter already when it’s in April this year?!
DealsIUsed28/01/2020 09:51

“Medium” eggs. Also, we’re in JANUARY, how are we preparing for East …“Medium” eggs. Also, we’re in JANUARY, how are we preparing for Easter already when it’s in April this year?!


Agree with you.it is no different from seeing the Christmas decorations etc going up in stores in early september.it is what it is,and it is chocolate.yummy delicious sweet chocolate.i ain't complaining.just gonna be eating.heat.
Still got loads of choc left over from Xmas!!!
dunno24/01/2020 18:02

I buy the one with the highest weight rather than the one I actually want …I buy the one with the highest weight rather than the one I actually want


Me too.
no like button for some reason
Edited by: "ELVIS_THE_PELVIS" 28th Jan
This is a fab deal , unless like me you eat them, replace them, eat them , replace them and it costs you more than if you just bought nearer the time !!! Hmmm must look for a deal to help with willpower
smudge9225/01/2020 01:47

This is the best price they get to before Easter so its worth picking them …This is the best price they get to before Easter so its worth picking them up, who really needs anything bigger than one of these anyway? Just makes you sick, Especially if you receive more than one.


Challenge accepted.
Martin_W25/01/2020 09:59

They used to, my snickers easter egg mug was my favourite. Then it …They used to, my snickers easter egg mug was my favourite. Then it broke.Usually the reduction is after Easter for the unsold Easter eggs to clear shelves, this just proves that those in charge of the ordering or seasonal junk have totally lost touch with what customers want or need. It's Moronic.


Lots of Snickers mugs on eBay...
If you can call tiny, medium then yes
Just bought 10 from the Helston store. Thanks OP.
only the nestle ones are half price - mars brands are still £1.50
Mars ones were still full price in my local store, only the Nestle ones on offer
FatherTed24/01/2020 17:56

If that's what passes for a 'medium' these days, what do you get for a …If that's what passes for a 'medium' these days, what do you get for a 'small'?


Ignore the crazy size description forced onto them by the eat-less-sugar doogooders. If they labelled it as small then for 75p it would be a nice offer
julieallen25/01/2020 10:36

A kit Kat Chunky is 60p, with an egg its 75p, so 15p for the chocolate egg …A kit Kat Chunky is 60p, with an egg its 75p, so 15p for the chocolate egg and packaging, how much do you think you should be paying for the egg and packaging if 15p is overpriced?


Anybody that buys individual chocolate bars has too much money. If one kitkat chunky is 60p or a 4 multipack is £1, which would savvy shoppers buy?
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