Discount supermarket is giving away free chocolates this Easter – but there's a catch | The Sun
SHOPPERS can get a free Easter treat at Lidl – but there's a catch.
The freebie is available at the discount supermarket from today until Wednesday, April 5.
But you'll need to spend at least £25 in store and have a Lidl Plus card, which is free to sign up for.
Shoppers who do can snatch up anything from the Favorina Easter chocolate range.
Some of these include:
- Favorina Milk Chocolate Henrietta the Hen – usually £3.69
- Favorina Decorated Easter Bunny – usually £2.99
- Favorina White Chocolate Larry the Lamb – usually £2.29
- Favorina Chocolate Unicorn – usually £2.99
- Favorina Italian Style Egg & Pralines – usually £4.99
- Favorina Egg Hunt Kit – usually £3.29
- Favorina Butter Biscuits in Sugar – usually £2.49
- Favorina Easter Figure Biscuits – usually £1.99
- Favorina Vegan Jelly Bunnies – usually £3.49
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You can browse the full collection online before you visit – normal prices range from 79p to £4.99.
But you'll need to visit in person in order to get the deal – you can find your nearest Lidl using the store locator on the website.
The Sun has asked Lidl how exactly you claim the free choc, and we'll update this when we know more.
How do I sign up for Lidl Plus?
It's easy to do – just download the Lidl Plus app for free from the App Store or Google Play.
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It'll ask for a few quick details to register – like your name and an email address – and you need to be 18 or over to sign up.
You'll be able to browse other exclusive offers with the app which is useful if you shop there often.
For example, last month Lidl Plus gave customers the chance to win a whopping £10,000 cash prize.
It was a prize draw shoppers could enter into once they'd collected four stamps on their Fruit and Veg Stamp Card.
You'll get other mini deals like free food or buy one get one free offers depending on what you purchase.
There's more information available on the Lidl website.
Lidl isn't the only supermarket offering Easter deals this spring.
Morrisons is giving customers the chance to claim a free bowl of cereal in partnership with Kellogg's.
Shoppers who visit any Morrisons cafe between April 3 and 24 can ask for a "Kellogg's Breakfast" and be granted either Rice Krispies, Cornflakes or Coco Pops for free.
You'll need to hurry though – the offer is valid before 11am during the deal's time frame but it's all while stocks last.
There's no limit to how many members of your family can claim a bowl though, granted there's enough left.
Just use the store locator online to find your closest cafe.
Also, Aldi is giving out free surplus food to food banks around the country as part of "The Adult’s Breakfast Club".
Altogether, it's donating ten tons of cereal and 5,000 gallons of milk and milk alternatives to food banks.
And don't forget about kids eat free offers – Asda still has its Kids Eat for £1 promotion over Easter – and there's no minimum charge.
If you go to your local Sainsbury's cafe often, keep in mind kids can still eat for £1 with any hot meal you buy for yourself.
At Bella Italia, kids eat for £1 too with any adult meal bought between 4-6pm Monday to Thursday.
And Dunelm is offering a free kids' meal with every £4 you spend at Pausa cafe Monday-Friday if it's after 3pm.
These could all be useful if you normally rely on free school meals during term time.
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But information on kids eat free is available on cafe websites – so do check before you set off.
Remember store locators and check terms and conditions in case there's a catch you've missed.
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