Bargain Hunter Reveals Best Spot for Cheap Easter Eggs – And You Can Get A FIVE KILO Box Of Darrell Lea Bunnies For $ 5
- An Australian mom of two has revealed where to find the cheapest Easter eggs
- The mom bought a $ 25 carton of eggs at the Darrel Lea Factory Outlet on Friday
- She also bought a 5kg box of broken Rocklea Road bunnies for $ 5
An Australian mom has revealed how you can get a 5kg box of Darrell Lea Easter Bunnies for just $ 5.
The Melbourne bargain hunter paid a visit to the Darrell Lea Factory Outlet in Rowville, Melbourne on Friday afternoon and raved about the massive price cuts.
She took home a huge box of Easter eggs from the chocolate company for $ 25, as well as a 5kg box of broken Rocklea Road bunnies for $ 5.
An Australian mom has revealed where to go to buy a giant box of Easter eggs for $ 25
She also managed to pick up a 5kg box of bunnies for $ 5 – because they were broken
The excited mom said specialty eggs like Rocklea Road, licorice root, and fruit and nut varieties were sold in packs of 10 for $ 10.
“They still have the $ 25 boxes, but they sold quickly,” the woman wrote on Facebook after grabbing her own bargains.
The factory outlet had also bought two and got one free deals on bags of eggs, as well as ‘a few other deals’ according to the mother.
And chocolate aficionados were thrilled that she shared the news.
Some even planned a road trip to the outlet store and tagged their friends along.
This year, the Rocklea Road eggs and bunnies were exclusive to Woolworths, with eggs costing $ 4 each, while 170 gram bunnies sold for $ 6.50.
Bags of eggs were marked on supermarket shelves at $ 4.50.
These eggs were available for purchase in packs of 10 for $ 10 – they usually cost $ 4 each
The chocolate manufacturer was first opened in Sydney in 1927 by Harry Lea. In 1934, when his sons started registering the company, they decided to name it after their youngest brother, Darrell.
Headquartered in Ingleburn for many years, now headquarters are located in Melbourne.
This year, the company proudly announced that the range is palm oil free, ‘because it is the right choice’.
Easter eggs have been available in supermarkets since Boxing Day last year.
At first, there was outrage at the early Easter launch, but many people raved about the egg-lined shelves.
“We all love chocolate and buy it, I say come quickly because all the good stuff is coming out now, a week before Easter there is almost nothing left,” one woman said.
Another said it helps people get through the doom and gloom of lockdowns and restrictions.
Australian supermarkets are already filling their shelves with Easter eggs three months before the holiday weekend
The rollout first appeared in Western Australia, but now Easter eggs are sold all over Sydney and online.
Coles and Woolworths launched their range of hot cross buns on Boxing Day.
Shoppers were not impressed by the stacks of Easter supplies when they tried to celebrate Christmas.
“ I didn’t know the year was going that fast, or maybe I drank too much at Christmas, ” one person wrote on Coles’ Facebook page next to a photo of the sandwiches.
This year, Easter is celebrated on the first weekend of April.