IT’S always tough finding the perfect Secret Santa present, especially when there’s a spending limit.
But don’t worry, festive fans have found the perfect gift even your grumpiest co-worker will love, and it’s only a tenner.
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Chocolate lovers have been raving about Cadbury‘s Secret Santa service, but there are also some pretty impressive hampers shoppers are scrambling to get their hands on.
The nation’s favourite chocolate brand has a range of different hampers to suit every budget, and even the cheapest ones have tons of goodies.
The Cadbury Christmas Super Fun Pack is available to buy directly from the Cadbury website, and the best part is it’s only £10.
The mouth-watering hamper includes all your favourite sweet treats – in fact it’s so good you might just want to keep it for yourself.
The Super Fun Pack contains two classic selection packs with familiar favourites like the Curly Wurly, Chomp and Fredo.
There’s also a bag ofBalls, which have a tasty sugar and a dusting of icing sugar around the chocolatey goodness.
And of course, no chocolate hamper would be complete without some Cadbury Chocolate Buttons, which have been sold in the UK since 1960.
You could also gift your Secret Santa the Cadbury Merry Christmas Chocolate Gift hamper for the same price.
The generous gift comes with the addition of Little Robins – the solid milk chocolate eggs not only look very festive but taste incredible as well.
Cadbury have been spreading the festive cheer with their own Secret Santa service – it won’t cost you a penny, but there’s a catch.
You just need to find the Cadbury Secret Santa Postal Service posters to take part and send a loved one a treat.
The website reads: “They’re popping up all over the country. Find a poster and give someone a little lift.”
The service has been running for five years and shoppers have been loving receiving the surprises this year.
MoneyMum on TikTok raved about the idea and other chocolate fans admitted they’re not-so-secretly hoping they get a bar in the post.
“[The posters] are popping up all over the country, in bus stops, shopping centres and just around the town,” she said.
Meanwhile, another chocolate fan showed off one of the larger hampers he got his hands on just in time for Christmas.
He raved: “Wait. Cadbury does a Christmas hamper? Out of 10 I’m giving it a solid eight.”