SHOPPERS are rushing to buy the cheapest tubs of Quality Street – but there's a catch.
A major supermarket is selling cheap tubs of Quality Street.
Morrisons shoppers can bag two 600g tubs of Quality Street for £6 – but the offer isn't available to everyone.
This means that each tub costs £3 and it's the cheapest price we've seen in the run-up to Christmas.
One shopper highlighted the tip on the Facebook group ExtremeCouponing and Bargaining.
They said: "Chocolate tubs are 2 for £6 at Morrisons and if you have the MyMorrisons app I had a code for 15% off chocolate and sweets on top."
And it's as simple as "swiping your card" according to one Shopper on Facebook.
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One shopper online said: "I'm stocking up on these for work."
Another said that they were planning a trip over the weekend just to take advantage of the offer.
But the discount is only available to shoppers who are members of the My Morrisons loyalty scheme.
One shopper said: "If you have a MyMorrisons card you just scan it and you will get the offer without the app."
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Non-members are charged £8 for two Quality Street tubs – or £4 per 600g tub.
The discount of two tubs for £6 means that shoppers are only spending £3 per tub – or £1 less than those who aren't members of the MyMorrisons scheme.
If you're looking for two tubs – it's the cheapest option out there right now.
Two tubs could set you back £6.98 from Aldi and £7 at Tesco.
But if you're only after one tub you'll be better off elsewhere.
We've listed the cheapest places to buy single tubs of Quality Street this week and Tesco and Aldi customers can bag a single tub for as little as £3.49 – 51p cheaper than in Morrisons.
Prices may vary day to day as well depending on what deals are on, so make sure you check and look at delivery costs too if you're ordering online.
There's a handy comparison site – Trolley.co.uk – which compares the prices of 130,000 products across 14 major supermarkets.
The Latest Deals app also lets you search items and lets you compare prices at several supermarkets to see where it's cheaper.
The news of the two tub comes only a day after Morrisons announced that it would launch exclusive discounts for its loyalty card members in a new bid to rival Tesco.
Customers will need to make sure they scan their physical loyalty card or the My Morrisons app at checkout to secure the discounted food.
The discounted products are only available in-store at all 498 Morrisons stores right now.
Morrisons also told The Sun that it will introduce two price promotions per week as the scheme rolls out.
MyMorrisons was launched in 2016 under the Morrisons More brand.
Shoppers used to get five points for every £1 spent in-store, and a £5 voucher to spend at Morrisons for every 5,000 points accumulated.
But in July 2021, the supermarket gave the loyalty scheme a major revamp.
Shoppers are no longer be able to collect points through the loyalty scheme since the supermarket scrapped points collecting.
Instead of getting points, shoppers now receive digital coupons that can be used for instant savings in stores.
So you won't be able to earn anything on your shopping, but you'll get "personalised offers" and coupons to get money off your groceries.
And earlier this year the supermarket changed up its scheme by offering customers more of the things they want.
It also launched a "basket bonus" which rewarded shoppers who made sure to scan their My Morrisons card or barcode on the app at checkout.
Shoppers can sign up for the scheme online and in-store.
The news comes a week after Morrisons announced that it is giving away free hot meals to hungry Brits who are struggling to get by.
Other ways to cut the cost of your supermarket shop
Research what you need before you go. Prices always vary by supermarket and it can pay to change up your shop.
One shopper ditched going to supermarkets altogether in favour of their local wholesaler, that way they could stock up in bulk, at lower prices.
You can also cash in on reduced foods like yellow sticker bargains – these will be items reduced because they're about to meet their best-before date.
They'll still be safe to eat or freeze to make them last longer, but it means you can pick up the same products at an even cheaper price.
Sometimes even timing your shop to stock up just as items are discounted on the shelves can help you get the best bargains – lots of shoppers have said this is in the evening typically.
But being smart about how you shop isn't the only way to slash spending.
Especially as prices continue to rise, there are schemes in place to help the most hard-up buy essentials.
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Parents can get up to £442 in Healthy Start vouchers that they can use at the supermarket, on food and more for their children, for example.
Plus, many councils offer supermarket vouchers as part of the Household Support fund – so you can make your money go further with the extra support available.
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