Cadbury launches competition to find ‘half-and-half Creme Eggs’

You could start the new year £10,000 richer.

There’s just one catch: you’ll need to hunt down a rare Cadbury product. 

The chocolatier has launched a brand new competition to find ‘half-and-half Creme Eggs’ – with huge prices to be won.

In total, 146 half milk and half white chocolate eggs have been scattered across the country, inside regular Creme Egg wrappers – so finding one won’t be easy.

What makes the competition even harder is the fact there are only six eggs worth £10,000 – all hidden in Asda, Co-op, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons and other independent retailers. 

Three eggs worth £5,000 are on sale in Waitrose, One Stop and Booker, while four eggs with a £1,000 prize are being sold across Iceland and Booths stores.

In addition to this, there are 12 eggs worth £500 – including two which are hidden in Poundland shops. Others will offer a cash prize of £50.

A full breakdown of shops and prizes can be found on the Cadbury website. 

Customers won’t know they’ve got a winning egg until they unwrap the sweet treat and they will have to resist eating the half-and-half Creme Egg to win the cash.

Anyone hoping to find a limited edition egg has until March 17 2022 to do so, and prizes must be claimed by June 17 2022.

To do this, you’ll have to call a number that’s printed on the tin foil wrapping of your winning egg and register the win.

Callers will then be asked to answer a series of verification questions, including the unique code on the ticket, the retailer it was purchased from, plus the date and location of purchase.

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