WE'RE nearly in December and that means the countdown to Christmas is fully on.
And if you're looking to get ahead of the crowds and sort your festive shopping early, you might want to head to one supermarket.
Aldi is selling 600g tubs of Quality Street for just £3.99 this week, at least 50p cheaper than other high street supermarkets.
The retailer recently shared details about the cheap chocs on its Facebook page, with thousands of shoppers having liked or commented on the post since.
One said: "Will definitely be getting them," while a second added: "Excellent price!"
A third fan commented: "Love Quality Street. Must grab some soon!"
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A fourth joked: "Bought some yesterday. Only couple left now haha."
You'll need to be quick if you want to snap one of Aldi tubs up as the £3.99 price is only on offer until tomorrow.
Plus, you'll have to head to your nearest Aldi branch to pick them up as the retailer doesn't offer a delivery service.
You can find your nearest branch by using the retailer's store locator tool on its website.
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The next cheapest supermarket to pick up a 600g box of Quality Street after Aldi is Asda, which is selling them for £4.50 a tub.
The retailer is running a two for £8 offer as well, but Aldi is still cheaper if you want just one box.
Meanwhile, Morrisons, Tesco and B&M are selling them for £5, while Iceland and Sainsbury's are stocking them for £5.50.
B&M customers won't be able to order the tubs 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.
Of course, remember to always shop around for the best prices when buying any product as we might have missed a cheaper option.
Price comparison sites like trolley.co.uk, pricespy.co.uk and pricerunner.com are all useful.
You can also use the Google Shopping tab to have a quick scan of the internet and find out how much retailers are selling a product for.
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