UK’s cheapest shop where Freddos are just 10p each | The Sun08/24/2022
The UK's cheapest shop for Freddos is selling the popular chocs for a bargain price of only 10p.
Chocolate lovers have been furious over the soaring price of a Cadbury Freddo.
The bite-size 18g Dairy Milk bars usuallycost 25p these days – something that has angered Freddo fans over the years.
But grocery delivery service GoPuff has answered Freddo fans prayers by slashing the price of the chocolate treat.
Shoppers can buy a packet of six Freddos for 60p – making each bar just 10p.
This is 40p cheaper than Asda's current offer of five Freddos for £1.
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A spokesman for GoPuff said he hoped the offer would "bring back 90s nostalgia".
But the joy is set to be shortlived, as GoPuff's offer is set to expire in less than a week – on Tuesday, August 30.
To bag the offer, customers will have to create an account on the GoPuff website, or download the app through the Apple app store or Google Play store on Android.
It's free to join – you'll just need to enter your name, mobile number and home address.
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Once you've created an account, you can then add everything you need to your cart & checkout.
Delivery Fees range from £1.79 to £2.99 depending on your area, and there is a minimum order range of between £5 and £10.
Freddo re-launched in the UK in 1994, priced at 10p.
In 2007, the price of a Freddo was hiked for the first time in 13 years to 15p.
Ten years later, there was widespread outrage when Freddos become 30p.
To appease Freddo fanatics, Cadbury's slashed the price to 25p.
But GoPuff aren't the only retailer to start bringing back retro chocolate favourites.
Tesco is stocking retro Matchmakers caramel coffee chocolate.
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It came just days after one B&M store was seen stocking Cadbury's old-school Dream chocolate bars.
The retailer is now selling Cadbury's Astros, which were first launched in the 90s and then went out of circulation.
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