We can't believe it either, but Christmas is next week, that's right, just under two weeks until the most magical time of year.
Whilst the festivities this year might still look a little different to previous years, one thing we can all be certain about is the really important things – like the abundance of chocolate for example.
Chocolate lovers, this one's for you.
Amazon is currently selling a giant tin of Quality Street for just £11.11, the very generous 2kg tin is ideal for the family festivities at Christmas, or for indulging in all by yourself.
Usually, the 2kg tin retails for £18.99, saving you £7.88 or an impressive 41% with this offer – perfect if you're watching the pennies.
Weighing in at a hefty 2kg, the selection of treats is over three times the size of the typical 650g tub of Quality Street – the more the merrier.
B&M are another retailer stocking the giant tins too, however you'll need to pay slightly more, with the budget retailer selling them for £15 per tin.
You won't be able to find this deal online at B&M, but we've included a handy store locator to find your nearest store, as well as to check all of the opening and closing information you'll need to know over the festive season.
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When the Manchester Evening News inspected the contents, the tin contained 203 sweets in total. But the exact amount of each chocolate can vary from tin to tin of course.
One reviewer on Amazon said: "I’m a sucker for a tub of sweeties at Christmas!! So I’ve bought tins at the supermarket for work etc and they have always been half full. This tin. Oh my word. This tin, it’s full to the BRIM!!!! When I say to the brim, it really is.
Another stated: "Ordered directly from Amazon, the tin arrived properly packed in a box, all chocolates present and correct! My husband is going to be SO happy to see the size of the tin: massive, just like when we were children, and deep enough to sink your hand in. Brilliant!"
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