Amazon customers snapping up giant 1.4kg boxes of branded chocolate that's cheaper than Tesco and ASDA
21.11.2023 - 06:15
Chocolate lovers are heading to Amazon in their droves to snap up a giant 1.4kg box of branded chocolate bars. The Nestlé Big Chocolate Biscuit Box contains 71 miniature versions of five different delicious chocolate biscuits, which work out at around 5p each - making them cheaper than options available at supermarkets like ASDA and Tesco.
The Nestlé Big Chocolate Biscuit Box usually retails for £19.80 but is available for £13.98 ahead of Black Friday on the Amazon website. The Big Biscuit Box includes KitKat, Breakaway, Blue Riband, Toffee Crisp and Yorkie bars, meaning that there is something for everybody to enjoy.
The chocolate gift set comes in a presentation-ready box, perfect for giving as a gift to sweet tooth members of your friends or family. It can also be stashed away for snacking on - with some Amazon customers it lasts ages, 'even if you eat two or three a day'.
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The Nestlé Big Biscuit Box has amassed a glowing 4.7 star-rating out of five on the Amazon website from over a whopping 26,200 reviews. Customers have commented on the value of the box, the quality of the packaging, as well as variety of chocolate in the gift set.
One reviewer wrote: "This is great value for money, each chocolate comes to around 5p each and they’re all my personal favourites. I got two, gifted one it a friend and it went down a charm. Highly recommended."
Another said: "This is the second box of these that I have purchased. And the quality is very good. Exceptional value especially when on offer."
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