Morrisons shoppers rush to buy reduced Quality Street tubs – and they're the cheapest around | The Sun
MORRISONS shoppers are rushing to buy tubs of Quality Street and they're the cheapest around.
The supermarket is selling cut-price tubs of Quality Street, Roses and Heroes as the early build-up to Christmas begins.
Morrisons shoppers can bag two 550g to 600g tubs of the festive chocolates for £7.
This means each tub costs £3.50 and it's the cheapest we've seen in the early run-up to Christmas.
One shopper highlighted the tip on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group.
They wrote: "Starts in Morrisons Tuesday 29th get stocked up for Halloween/Christmas."
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Choc fans rushed to comment, with hundreds saying they couldn't wait to get their hands on the deal.
One person said: "Ideal to get now for Christmas."
While another added: "Get them now and lock them away."
And a third wrote: "Got mine now – I'm so ready for Christmas."
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But the discount is only available to shoppers who are members of the free Morrisons loyalty scheme.
Non-members are charged £10 for two tubs – or £5 each.
The discount on the two tubs means that shoppers are only spending £3.50 per tub – or £1.50 less than those who aren't members of the loyalty scheme.
But you'll have to be quick as the deal comes to an end on Tuesday, September 5.
If you're wanting to get your hands on some cheap tubs, then it might be worth considering signing up for a Morrisons More card.
The Sun checked to see how much other leading supermarkets were selling the tubs for – and Morrisons' deal is the cheapest.
Tesco is selling tubs of Quality Street for £5, or £4 for customers with a Clubcard.
Even if you are signed up to the supermarket loyalty scheme, you'll still be paying 50p more per tub.
Elsewhere, Iceland and Sainsbury's are selling tubs for £5.50 while Ocado shoppers can grab one for £6.
Morrisons was also cheaper for Roses and Heroes.
This isn't the first time that Morrisons has offered this deal to customers.
Last year, customers cold get two chocolate tubs for £6, or £3 each – this is £1 cheaper than this year's offering.
It also included Celebrations, which aren't part of this year's deal.
How does Morrisons loyalty card scheme work now?
Instead of getting points, shoppers currently receive digital coupons that can be used for instant savings in stores.
So shoppers don't currently earn anything on their shopping, but they get "personalised offers" and coupons to get money off your groceries.
Last year, the supermarket launched a "basket bonus" which rewarded shoppers who made sure to scan their My Morrisons card or barcode on the app at checkout.
Members of the My Morrisons loyalty scheme can also take advantage of exclusive member-only discounts.
Customers will need to make sure they scan their physical loyalty card or the My Morrisons app at checkout to secure the discounted food.
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The discounted products are available in-store at all 498 Morrisons stores.
Shoppers who aren't a member of the loyalty scheme will have to pay normal prices and won't get access to these exclusive discounts.
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