Free Green and Black's Easter egg with Sunday Telegraph this weekend (voucher to be used at borders) - rrp £5.99
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Free Green and Black's Easter egg with Sunday Telegraph this weekend (voucher to be used at borders) - rrp £5.99

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Found 26th Mar 2009Made hot 26th Mar 2009
The Sunday Telegraph has teamed up with Green & Black's to offer readers the chance to claim a free Maya Gold Easter egg at Borders stores and Books Etc stores this Sunday March 29, 2009.


Organic and ethical chocolate makers Green & Blacks has removed plastic inserts and reduced the use of cardboard, saving 70 tonnes while still protecting the indulgent eggs inside. Green & Blacks Easter eggs make the perfect choice for any chocoholic so whether youre looking for a milk chocolate or dark chocolate egg, theres something for everyone.

The irresistible Butterscotch egg, combining luxurious organic milk chocolate with crunchy butterscotch pieces, is back this year among our range of thicker, more extravagant eggs. The Butterscotch mini eggs are the perfect accompaniment for an indulgent Easter treat or sharing with friends.

Green & Black's Easter eggs are available from all major supermarkets and quality food stores. For more information visit greenandblacks.com

How to Claim

To claim your free Maya Gold Easter egg worth £5.99, take the completed voucher - printed in the Telegraph this Sunday, March 29, 2009 - to your nearest Borders, Borders Express and Books etc on Sunday. Offer only valid Sunday, March 29, 2009 and strictly while stocks last. Terms and conditions apply, see in the paper for more details.

This promotion will be very popular so get there early to avoid disappointment. There is no cash alternative participating stores only, Excludes airports, Books etc Bicester and Borders Blanchardstown. Damaged or photocopied vouchers will not be accepted.

9 Comments

does anyone know where a BORERS is, never heard of them.

dont usually buy telegraph - will make an exception - chocolate mmmmm

Great offer but as my 'local' branch of Borders is 50 miles away I think I'll pass on this occasion.

Well mine is not far away but....
I will pass this 1

and it is dark chocolate I don't like or isn't it?

So hot it's smoking, have some heat and rep

My local Borders doesn't open until 12 on a Sunday, and theres normally a fairly large queue waiting anyway so this will be interesting. Hope it's not like the Tie Rack queue for the pashmina lol. Hot from me

did anyone got that chocolate egg today? i did not go cos Asda refuse to let us enter at 4.15pm (15 mins before close) to buy the newspaper. i think they will be closed at border anyway.

I did, there was no queue and quite a few left when I went in about 4 hours after Borders opened. Should of just gone straight to Borders they had all the telegraph papers at the door ready.
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