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Got a sweet tooth? Here's the Easter egg deals currently available, including a variety of Cadbury's eggs.

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Current Easter eggs Deals

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FREE Maltesers Easter bunny (usually 60p)Play online Tesco game to get a free voucher

Ends 6pm Thu

Go via Tesco Find The Eggs by 6pm Thu 17 Apr (or before all the prizes have gone), enter a postcode and then find three eggs to get a free Malteaster chocolate bunny (usually 60p). It may take a while to find all three, but Tesco's confirmed everyone who plays will always win, just be a little patient (it took us about two minutes to spot them).

There are over 150,000 left (originally 300k) but they're going down by the second, so hop to it! The voucher can be emailed to redeem in-store till Fri 25 Apr, or you can ask for an online code for deliveries by Fri 25 Apr.

More info

You can only play the game once, multiple entries are not allowed and it's only one prize per person.

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Free 99p mini chocolate eggsVia O2 Priority Moments app


O2 customers can get a free 60g bag of mini Easter eggs (RRP 99p), with the free Priority Moments app. To get it, download the app onto your smartphone or text MOMENTS to 2020 for free. Then, search for  "WHSmith'" and it'll give you a code to show at your nearest WHSmith by Sat 19 Apr.

We're not sure how many bags of eggs WHSmith is giving away yet. We've asked O2 but it hasn't got back to us. We'll update you here when we know. 



MSE Charlotte says:

Not with O2? You can still get O2 Priority Moments (although by the time you get it, this deal's likely to be over). 

More info

The bag usually costs 99p. Excludes online, hospitals, workplaces and travel stores including those at airports, rail and motorway service stations. Can't be used with other offers.

You can access Priority Moments online without the app, but you might find that not all of the offers are available.

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Get two giant/luxury Easter eggs for £10*In-store and online

2 days left

Tesco currently has giant/luxury Easter eggs* on promotion at two for £10 till Sun 20 Apr. They're £8 each so two for £10 is an eggcellent bargain.

Eggs incl:

  • Celebrations luxury egg 375g
  • Nestle caramel collection giant egg 364g
  • Kit Kat collection giant egg 344g
  • Aero collection giant egg 360g
  • M&M peanut luxury egg 378g
MSE Charlotte says:

If your local Tesco is anything like my hometown one in Swansea, all the good ones get snapped up quickly - so don't leave it too late.

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