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EASTER EGGS..........................where is best value? ........ Best toys included?

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RTKangaMummy Sat 19-Mar-05 20:58:13

Where is the best value from?

Where do you get best toy inside box?

TESCO have Mars eggs

2 eggs for £3


RTKangaMummy Sun 20-Mar-05 11:38:31

Has anybody got any recommendations?

Where they have got theirs from?



Aimsmum Sun 20-Mar-05 11:42:02

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eleanorsmum Sun 20-Mar-05 11:53:11

if you don't want any specific characters or are not fussy about what they have with them WAIT!!! they all go down in price and the offers get better the nearer to easter you get (and if you're really cheap buy them easter monday when they are practically given away!!!) Woolies always seems to have the best offers i find. have a good one!

TinyGang Sun 20-Mar-05 11:57:55

I'm not sure what the offer is, but Lidl's/Aldi's are always good value for things like this.

Newbarnsleygirl Sun 20-Mar-05 11:59:37

Got a e-mail from adsa this morning.

4 eggs for £5. Bargain!

RTKangaMummy Sun 20-Mar-05 11:59:57


at your DD

RTKangaMummy Sun 20-Mar-05 12:01:47

Sadly we can't wait til after Easter as we see nephews on Easter Sunday


Aimsmum Sun 20-Mar-05 12:07:21

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Lonelymum Sun 20-Mar-05 12:19:10

Aimsmum both M&S and Tescos (and probably other places) are selling tiny decorated cubes of fruit cake I think it is this year. Could your dd have one of those? It seems a shame if she gets nothing special to eat at all at Easter.

Aimsmum Sun 20-Mar-05 12:28:34

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Lonelymum Sun 20-Mar-05 12:32:54

Oh the sweets in an egg shaped box sounds a lovely idea. I bought an old Easter egg shaped box (very pretty) in a jumble sale the other day and am keeping it for just such an occasion. I have seen egg shped boxes around but I can't think where. John Lewis? Whittards? Maybe even Thorntons would do something with chocs in and you could take them out and eat them yourself!

Aimsmum Sun 20-Mar-05 12:38:03

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Katherine Mon 21-Mar-05 14:23:08

What about dark chocolate? I know kids aren't quite as keen but our vegan friends kids have it and love it. They usually have green and blacks. You could always buy a bar and melt it down and then make little ones if you've got a mold.

Or you could buy a lovely cuddly bunny.

Not all dark chocolate is milk free - you have to check but green and blacks certainly is and I'm sure there are other less pricey ones out there too. I know my friends kids don't miss out. Have a look on some vegan threads.

ks Mon 21-Mar-05 14:33:37

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Aimsmum Tue 22-Mar-05 19:15:33

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pabla Wed 23-Mar-05 16:04:41

Aimsmum, my friends ds is also on a dairy free diet but he can have some kinds of dark chocolate as they don't have milk in - Ritter Sport I think. You could also check out Green & Black Dark Chocolate.

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