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All Medium Easter Eggs £0.75 (e.g Creme Egg / Mini Eggs / Malteser / Smarties) @ Tesco
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All Medium Easter Eggs £0.75 (e.g Creme Egg / Mini Eggs / Malteser / Smarties) @ Tesco

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Refreshed 17th Feb (Posted 17th Feb)Edited by:"reindeer333"

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** Update** Unfortunately this offer has been delayed slightly. The offer will now run from the 2nd to the 10th March

Just a heads up that all the medium easter eggs at Tesco will be 1/2 price from next Wednesday (26th February) to the following Thursday (5th March). All the currently £1.50 medium eggs will be included this time unlike the previous offer where just a select few were included. Please note all the £3 eggs (e.g Bournville) are not included.

Credit to @Nathan94 for the info

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Eggs:

Rolo Medium Easter Egg 131G
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Smarties Medium Easter Egg 122G
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Aero Medium Easter Egg 124G
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Cadbury Mini Eggs Medium Easter Egg 130G
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Cadbury Creme Egg Medium Easter Egg 138G
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Cadbury Dairy Milk Freddo Faces Medium Easter Egg 122G
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Cadbury Dairy Milk Buttons Medium Easter Egg 128G
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Kit Kat Chunky Milk Chocolate Egg 140G
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Cadbury Caramel Medium Egg 139G
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Mars Milk Chocolate Easter Egg & Chocolate 141G
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Maltesers Milk Chocolate Easter Egg & Chocolate 127G
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M&Ms Choco Medium Egg 135G
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Matt_Lucas18/02/2020 09:24

I also used to remember when there were 2 Creme eggs included not one, …I also used to remember when there were 2 Creme eggs included not one, thanks Kraft!


How do you know that you used to remember?
Timmybuktoo18/02/2020 09:50

So now deals can be posted a week before they go live to make sure the OP …So now deals can be posted a week before they go live to make sure the OP gets there first. This site has turned in to an absolute joke.


Deals have always been able to have been posted early (including before you joined last year) as long as there is evidence. Surely it is better to let people know in advance as many people may have purchased this week at full price? If people forget about the deal between now and then, this should not be an issue as eggs are stacked up in the couple of stores I have been to over the last few days, so it would be hard to miss them!
I really wanna buy them early but I’ll just end up eating them all
So now deals can be posted a week before they go live to make sure the OP gets there first. This site has turned in to an absolute joke.
Edited by: "Timmybuktoo" 18th Feb
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Edited by: "Nathan94" 22nd Feb
half price maybe but 50% dearer than asda in the first place
No love for the white chocolate eggs, so hard to get it seems
I really wanna buy them early but I’ll just end up eating them all
Surely not all, the Bournville is currently £3, there's a £4 "Meaningful" egg (both "Medium").
Itll be the ones that are currently £1.50

The same offers have repeated this year so I expect the "large" £4 eggs to go half price at some point in March. I hope so anyway as I have a lot of people to buy for.
I had no idea eggs could talk to the dead. Must be something to do with Easter.
Great thanks for posting
I buy them instead of party bags 4 my sons birthday party
LaTerciaReal17/02/2020 22:24

Surely not all, the Bournville is currently £3, there's a £4 "Meaningful" e …Surely not all, the Bournville is currently £3, there's a £4 "Meaningful" egg (both "Medium").


Yes you are correct, apologies. I have clarified this now in the OP
jase.217/02/2020 21:35

half price maybe but 50% dearer than asda in the first place


Even if that is the case, these will still be 50p an egg cheaper than ASDA.

and I’ll show the workings out now for all of those confused by my wild claim.

if Tesco have them at 50% more than ASDA, that would mean ASDA are selling them for £2, because £3 is 50% more than £2. So an egg from Tesco for £1.50 is 50p cheaper (cheep cheeper) than £2.
russthedude18/02/2020 07:47

Even if that is the case, these will still be 50p an egg cheaper than …Even if that is the case, these will still be 50p an egg cheaper than ASDA. and I’ll show the workings out now for all of those confused by my wild claim. if Tesco have them at 50% more than ASDA, that would mean ASDA are selling them for £2, because £3 is 50% more than £2. So an egg from Tesco for £1.50 is 50p cheaper (cheep cheeper) than £2.


tesco ones are £1.50 at full price so all the above is irrelevant.
spdavison18/02/2020 08:13

tesco ones are £1.50 at full price so all the above is irrelevant.


ah I saw £1.50 and thought that was the half price. well in that case, it’s a 25p saving over ASDA then and not 50p.
These are small eggs to me, clever of the manufacturers to call them “medium” I also used to remember when there were 2 Creme eggs included not one, thanks Kraft!
Matt_Lucas18/02/2020 09:24

I also used to remember when there were 2 Creme eggs included not one, …I also used to remember when there were 2 Creme eggs included not one, thanks Kraft!


How do you know that you used to remember?
So now deals can be posted a week before they go live to make sure the OP gets there first. This site has turned in to an absolute joke.
Edited by: "Timmybuktoo" 18th Feb
is Medium the new small ?? Not even with 75 p !
Timmybuktoo18/02/2020 09:50

So now deals can be posted a week before they go live to make sure the OP …So now deals can be posted a week before they go live to make sure the OP gets there first. This site has turned in to an absolute joke.


Deals have always been able to have been posted early (including before you joined last year) as long as there is evidence. Surely it is better to let people know in advance as many people may have purchased this week at full price? If people forget about the deal between now and then, this should not be an issue as eggs are stacked up in the couple of stores I have been to over the last few days, so it would be hard to miss them!
Erudite18/02/2020 09:35

How do you know that you used to remember?


hahah brilliant. Bravo sir
i usually buy a dozen of these and put them in the food bank

voting hot.

thanks OP
Timmybuktoo18/02/2020 09:50

So now deals can be posted a week before they go live to make sure the OP …So now deals can be posted a week before they go live to make sure the OP gets there first. This site has turned in to an absolute joke.


i don't see a problem with deals being posted early if the OP has insight. think of all the people who would have felt gutted spending an extra 75p unnecessarily but now they can just wait for another week and save 75p! a lot of people can wait a week for an easter egg
Edited by: "mutley1" 18th Feb
Things like this should be in discussions, it's not a live deal that people can buy now is it.
I'll be eating me some chocolate! Oh I mean, buying kids some for Easter 😁
mutley118/02/2020 17:56

i don't see a problem with deals being posted early if the OP has insight. …i don't see a problem with deals being posted early if the OP has insight. think of all the people who would have felt gutted spending an extra 75p unnecessarily but now they can just wait for another week and save 75p! a lot of people can wait a week for an easter egg


It's not just 75p when you buy 10 eggs. My kids, bothers kids etc etc...
mutley118/02/2020 17:56

i don't see a problem with deals being posted early if the OP has insight. …i don't see a problem with deals being posted early if the OP has insight. think of all the people who would have felt gutted spending an extra 75p unnecessarily but now they can just wait for another week and save 75p! a lot of people can wait a week for an easter egg


Why would it be 75p extra? They're 99p or £1 in a number of supermarkets at the moment.

You can't even buy this deal! This site is just a total joke. A 9p bottle of mould spray available in one Lidl store goes over 2000 degress, these easter eggs at 1500 degrees and you can't even buy them for another week.

These aren't hot uk deals - these are absolute nonsense deals. The degrees rating means absolutely nothing anymore.
Edited by: "Timmybuktoo" 18th Feb
StottyUTA18/02/2020 19:29

It's not just 75p when you buy 10 eggs. My kids, bothers kids etc etc...


very true. i am just going to buy one and split it with hubby
Why are these medium? Do they actually sell anything smaller?

Also, stop buying easter eggs so far ahead of easter, youre all being suckered in by the store.
Timmybuktoo18/02/2020 19:50

Why would it be 75p extra? They're 99p or £1 in a number of supermarkets …Why would it be 75p extra? They're 99p or £1 in a number of supermarkets at the moment.You can't even buy this deal! This site is just a total joke. A 9p bottle of mould spray available in one Lidl store goes over 2000 degress, these easter eggs at 1500 degrees and you can't even buy them for another week.These aren't hot uk deals - these are absolute nonsense deals. The degrees rating means absolutely nothing anymore.


it is £1.25 at sainsburys. it is £1 at asda and morrisons but not everyone lives near to asda or morrisons, we don't. for me it would be 50p saving as i can buy this at sainsburys. however 50p saving is still money in my pocket and not someone else's.

the heat may be disproportionate but that is just how the voting goes on this site. people love chocolates and people particularly love easter eggs so they go click happy. same sort of heat gets given to ferero roche deals at christmas when everyone goes crazy over a 50p saving on the deals.
mutley118/02/2020 20:25

it is £1.25 at sainsburys. it is £1 at asda and morrisons but not e …it is £1.25 at sainsburys. it is £1 at asda and morrisons but not everyone lives near to asda or morrisons, we don't. for me it would be 50p saving as i can buy this at sainsburys. however 50p saving is still money in my pocket and not someone else's.the heat may be disproportionate but that is just how the voting goes on this site. people love chocolates and people particularly love easter eggs so they go click happy. same sort of heat gets given to ferero roche deals at christmas when everyone goes crazy over a 50p saving on the deals.


Also currently 99p at Aldi, but you wouldn't know about that because despite hitting over 400 degress, the deal never made the highlights page.

Heat is disproportionate and as I've said before, it's a popularity contest. Regulars that post hundreds of deals will be on the highlights page regardless of the deal.
Freat deal
130uk17/02/2020 23:59

Itll be the ones that are currently £1.50The same offers have repeated …Itll be the ones that are currently £1.50The same offers have repeated this year so I expect the "large" £4 eggs to go half price at some point in March. I hope so anyway as I have a lot of people to buy for.


End of March, yes
Timmybuktoo18/02/2020 20:32

Also currently 99p at Aldi, but you wouldn't know about that because …Also currently 99p at Aldi, but you wouldn't know about that because despite hitting over 400 degress, the deal never made the highlights page.Heat is disproportionate and as I've said before, it's a popularity contest. Regulars that post hundreds of deals will be on the highlights page regardless of the deal.


aldi deals are no good to me as there is no aldi near me either.
mutley118/02/2020 21:25

aldi deals are no good to me as there is no aldi near me either.


And not everyone has a Tesco nearby. Not sure what your point is.
Timmybuktoo18/02/2020 21:40

And not everyone has a Tesco nearby. Not sure what your point is.


aldi is not a big chain and the majority of people in the uk do not go shopping at aldi. it has a small market share in comparison to the likes of tesco and sainsburys. this is why the aldi deal at 99p is only 400 degree and this one is 1700 degrees, not to mention this is 25p cheaper! more people shop at tesco so they are voting this hot.

as i don't shop at aldi, i don't even look at any aldi deals so i wouldn't be voting on aldi deals at all.
mutley118/02/2020 22:14

aldi is not a big chain and the majority of people in the uk do not go …aldi is not a big chain and the majority of people in the uk do not go shopping at aldi. it has a small market share in comparison to the likes of tesco and sainsburys. this is why the aldi deal at 99p is only 400 degree and this one is 1700 degrees, not to mention this is 25p cheaper! more people shop at tesco so they are voting this hot.as i don't shop at aldi, i don't even look at any aldi deals so i wouldn't be voting on aldi deals at all.


I see. So if locality comes in to it, how did the 9p mould spray at one lidl/aldi store (can't remember which) that probably not one person actually benefited from hit 2000 degrees? Locality means absolutely nothing.

HUKD needs to seperate deals that are not even live, and deals that are not nationwide, away from the highlights and 'hottest' pages. These non-deals clog up the feed and make HUKD look meaningless.
Timmybuktoo18/02/2020 22:38

I see. So if locality comes in to it, how did the 9p mould spray at one …I see. So if locality comes in to it, how did the 9p mould spray at one lidl/aldi store (can't remember which) that probably not one person actually benefited from hit 2000 degrees? Locality means absolutely nothing.HUKD needs to seperate deals that are not even live, and deals that are not nationwide, away from the highlights and 'hottest' pages. These non-deals clog up the feed and make HUKD look meaningless.


That may have got a lot of heat because it is ridiculously cheap, it is pretty much free. People may have voted hot simply of that.

I can't remember seeing that deal, but if I see a ridiculously low priced item, then I would vote hot even if I would never buy it as it is a freebie.
reindeer33318/02/2020 12:38

Deals have always been able to have been posted early (including before …Deals have always been able to have been posted early (including before you joined last year) as long as there is evidence. Surely it is better to let people know in advance as many people may have purchased this week at full price? If people forget about the deal between now and then, this should not be an issue as eggs are stacked up in the couple of stores I have been to over the last few days, so it would be hard to miss them!


Thanks for looking in to my profile, thats not weird at all. I could have been a previous member with a different email, facebook log in or just a browser who chose to register as a member. Either way, thats irrelevant. Sorry for not having anything better to do than spend all my time finding and posting deals for free.
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