Cadbury’s white Creme Egg hunt returns for second year
Cadbury’s white Creme Egg hunt has returned for a second year in the lead up to Easter, with a top prize of £10,000 up for grabs.
With just 783 white eggs released, only eight will offer the top prize of £10,000. Other prizes range from £50 to £500. The eggs can be found in retailers including Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Co-op, Morrisons, Asda, One Stop, Marks & Spencer and independent retailers. Wrapped in the same foil as regular milk chocolate creme eggs, it’s a mystery as to where the white ones will pop up.
Last year, Cadbury released just 371 white chocolate Creme Eggs across the country, including a top prize egg worth £2,000 that was never found.
To claim your prize, make sure you keep the wrapper so Cadbury can validate your claim, then phone the number printed on the voucher under the foil, which also contains a unique code and prize.
Verification questions will then be asked of you before you are entered into a prize draw. All claims have to be made before 5pm on May 21, see full terms and conditions on Cadbury’s website.
RRP’s for a single Creme Egg is 58p, a pack of five is £2.85 and a pack of 12 is £6.68.