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As if we didn't need any more of an incentive to chow down on a load of Creme Eggs, Cadbury has hidden 200 'golden eggs' worth up to £5,000 in shops across the country.
The brand, which is celebrating the 50th birthday of the Creme Egg, has packed them all in normal foil, so you won't know you've won until you open it up.
The limited edition eggs will be covered in edible gold dust and could show up anywhere, from corner shops, off licenses and supermarkets. They will also be in Sainsbury's Locals, Co-ops and Tesco Express shops.
If you get one, you'll have a voucher inside, which will have a number on that you should call. To claim the funds, you will need to keep both the packaging and the voucher.
Winners will need to claim their £5,000 cash prize by 5pm on 4 June, two months after Easter.
To find out more, visit the Cadbury website.
With Easter coming up, and many of his now having a lot more time on our hands, you could make like one guy and create your own, massive fondant filled Easter egg.
If, like me, you thought as a kid that Creme Egg Easter eggs were filled, then you can make that dream a sugary, diabetes-inducing reality.
Last year, Glaswegian Brian Hargadon, 41, had a few bevs and decided to turn his inebriation into sheer genius when he set about creating a giant Creme Egg - meticulously scooping the fondant out from 32 normal-sized eggs and filling up the shell of a larger one.
He said the inspiration stems right back to when he had his first ever Cadbury Creme Egg around three decades ago, when he bit into it to find there was no sugary goo inside.
He told LADbible: "Since then I'd always hoped Cadbury's would bring it out one year, but if we're taxing sugary drinks then we've no chance with this!"
Brian explained his wife Ashley gave him a massive box of Creme Eggs, knowing how much he loves them.
Having snaffled a few each day, stocks were dwindling fast - though not fast enough to escape Brian's creativity.
Brian added: "It was so heavy! I just looked at it and honestly, I felt nervous because I'd been dreaming of that moment for about 30 years."
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