Cheapest place to buy Quality Street this week – and it’s not Aldi or Lidl | The Sun

CHRISTMAS is still more than two months away but you might be thinking of stocking up on Quality Street ahead of the festive rush.

You may also be wondering where the cheapest place is to buy the sweet treats this week.

If you've not already bought your tubs, or have and they've already been gobbled up, here's where you can get them the cheapest.

Cheapest place to buy Quality Street

We checked how much a number of high street retailers are selling 600g tubs of Quality Street for, including Aldi and Lidl.

Surprisingly, the discounters aren't currently the cheapest with Aldi charging £4.49, according to its website.

Lidl dropped the price to £3.99 last month for Lidl Plus users, but it's since expired and it now charges £4.99.

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Instead, the cheapest supermarket is currently Sainsbury's, charging £4 if you have a Nectar card.

It's free to sign up, but if you don't have one, you'll be charged £5.50.

The next cheapest after Sainsbury's and Aldi are Asda and Ocado at £4.50.

Meanwhile, Tesco, Morrisons and B&M are all selling a 600g tub for £5.

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B&M customers won't be able to order online and have to head to their nearest branch to see if there's any in stock.

You can find your nearest B&M branch by using the retailer's store locator on its website.

The most expensive place to buy the chocs this week is currently Iceland, which is selling them for £5.50.

Of course, keep in mind these are based on online prices which might be different in your local physical store.

Also bear in mind that retailers regularly change the price of these items in the run-up to Christmas.

So if you could be worth waiting if you want to buy them from your favourite retailer.

It comes after Quality Street axed its iconic brightly-coloured wrappers last year after 86 years.

The confectionery maker made the move in a bid to help the environment.

Meanwhile, a discontinued Quality Street fan favourite will be available this year – the iconic Coffee Creme flavour.

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