Posted 28th Nov 2019
Apparently people cannot understand this so here is a step by step
1. Read this post
2. Find a pop up store close to you (I’ve posted pics)
3. Travel to the pop up store at the date and time for your local pop up
4. Queue up
5. Collect your free chocolate bar and free pre paid purple envelope
6. Put the free chocolate bar inside the free envelope
7. Walk a few steps to the purple postbox
8. Put the free chocolate that is inside the free envelope inside the post box
9. Walk away...maybe to a participating Tesco or WHSMITH?
10. Check the Cadbury’s Instagram in December for more freebies
11. If you cannot make it to the local pop up fear not: you can visit either a WHSMITH or Tesco (or both), spend a minimum of £5 on selected products to get more free chocolate goodies!!
Understood? Here goes are you ready??
Cadburys is launching a festive Secret Santa postal service across the UK in an attempt to spread the festive cheer.
Cadburys is setting up a purple post box and pop up post office in 10 locations until December 15.
You will be able to send a free bar of chocolate to a friend or loved one. But if you're a choccie addict, you might even be tempted to post the treat to your own address to make sure you bag the freebie for yourself. Normally, the 100g to 120g bars would cost £1 from a supermarket so it's worth grabbing a free one if you're nearby.
You can choose a bar from the Dairy Milk range, including the seasonal Winter Wonderland choccie as well as Cadbury Dairy Milk, Whole Nut, Fruit and Nut and Caramel.
In the style of Secret Santa, the gift will be sent anonymously so your pal will have no idea who it came from.
The Cadbury Christmas Secret Santa Postal Service Tour popping up across Britain (23rd November and travelling the length and breadth of Britain through to 15th December*)- The Cadbury Secret Santa Postal Service is back this Christmas at 10 locations across the UK, allowing visitors to become a Secret Santa on the spot and send a delicious Cadbury chocolate gift secretly to someone they love, wherever they may be in the UK. This year, Cadbury will also be giving consumers the chance to vote for the final location of the Secret Santa tour via @CadburyUK Instagram in December.
Here's where and when you can find it:
Alternatively free chocolate with a £5 spend at WHSMITH/Tesco:
(At participating Tesco stores you will receive a free free Cadbury Chocolate Orange Mousse Snowman to enjoy and a Cadbury Winter Wonderland bar when you purchase a minimum of £5 of participating Cadbury products. 200 gifts available per store on first come first served basis.)
WH Smith with a Post Office - At all WH Smith branches with a Post Office, consumers who buy £5 worth of Cadbury chocolate will receive a Cadbury chocolate tablet and special envelope in Cadbury’s iconic purple that includes postage, so they can send a delicious chocolate surprise secretly and for free to their loved one through the in-store post box. Simple.
Send a Secret Santa gift in Tesco - The generous spirit of Secret Santa continues in Tesco, where customers who purchase £5 of qualifying Cadbury Christmas products in participating stores will receive a free Cadbury Chocolate Orange Mousse Snowman to enjoy and a Cadbury Winter Wonderland bar to send to a love one as a Secret Santa (T&Cs apply).
Participating TESCO link: cadbury.co.uk/ter…ury
For those of you lucky enough to be in London you’ll be able to visit the special House Of Fraser pop up workshop at Oxford Street:
Personalised Christmas Selection Boxes at the Cadbury X House of Fraser Christmas Secret Santa Workshop on Oxford Street (21st November 2019 to 24th December on the 4th Floor of House of Fraser, Oxford Street, London)- Cadbury is offering the nation the chance to create a bespoke and personalised Cadbury Christmas Selection Box containing their loved one’s favourite Cadbury chocolates. Emblazoned with the recipient’s name, it is the perfect gift that shows you care to give secretly to a special someone.
I don’t know how to make this any easier for people?
Lots of info on the following link: