Lindt is selling a MASSIVE mystery box of chocolate for half price – and it's a bargain
CHOCOLATE lovers can indulge in a "pick 'n' mystery" box of mixed Lindt flavours for half price.
The chocolate maker has cut the price of its mystery box of the popular treats because it has so many since its stores were closed during the national lockdowns.
Lindt has more than 20 shops across the UK and 500 across the world.
But many were unable to open during the pandemic, which meant chocolate went unsold.
It is now selling a 1.5kg box of Lindor truffles and Lindt bars to enjoy for a mouth-watering £22.50.
That is down from £45.00 and is equivalent to £1.50 per 100g of chocolate.
A standard 200g box usually costs £4.99.
Lindt said: "Since our stores had closed for so long, we’ve got plenty of chocolates & truffles that would be much better on your doorstep than behind our doors.
"Whether you fancy a bit of mystery yourself, or know a Lindt lover who is in need of a treat, get a big surprise delivered right to your doorstep."
The box can only be ordered online through the Lindt website.
The selection will remain a mystery until it arrives but flavours could include milk chocolate, hazelnut and caramel or even strawberry cheesecake and cookies and cream.
The packs have a best before date of 31 July, which is another reason the company is keen to offload them.
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