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Cadbury launches Secret Santa postal service to send loved ones a free gift

Cadbury launches Secret Santa postal service to send loved ones a free gift

Brits can anonymously send their loved ones a bar of Cadbury's without any cost

The Christmas period is pretty much in full swing now we've got October out of the way.

Some of us have already braved the mission of going into the loft and getting the decorations down ready to deck the halls.

Others have even completed their shopping already and are instead worrying about what they will wear to the Christmas do.

But if you're simply still unorganised, short of cash, or just know someone with a sweet tooth - Cadbury has a great solution.

The confectioner has announced the return of its much-loved Secret Santa postal service as December draws nearer.

From 6 November until 24 December, chocolate fans across the country can send a bar of Cadbury's to someone they love - for free.

Brits simply have to track down one of the Cadbury Secret Santa Postal Service digital or static posters dotted around the UK.

They could be on a bus stop, in a train station or just plonked in the middle of your local high street.

Scan the QR code when you find one, which will then take you through an interactive website where Cadbury's resident postie Jeff guides you through the process.

All that is left to do is decide who you'd like to send it to and which chocolate bar they would like to receive.

Cadbury posters are popping up all around the UK with QR codes.

There is something for everyone, including classic Cadbury Dairy Milk, Winter Wonderland, Oreo, Caramel, Wholenut, Fruit & Nut, Mini Snowballs and Vegan Plant bar.

Participants have to fill in their name, email address, mobile number and the address of the recipient.

It will then anonymously be delivered to your chosen person via the Secret Santa postal service.

The only stipulation is that you have to be quick to get involved, as there is a daily limit of the amount of chocolate bars doled out.

Any unclaimed giveaways will be rolled over to the next day throughout the promotional period.

Brits can send their loved ones a free bar of Cadbury for Christmas.

Chocolate bars will be released every day until Christmas Eve to ensure as many people as possible have the opportunity to become a Secret Santa.

There are a whopping 120,000 on offer, meaning thousands of people can spread the Christmas cheer without any cost.

But you can only send one bar per the mobile number you registered with and there is a maximum of five per household.

Sending a treat via Cadbury's Secret Santa to someone you love seems like a sure-fire way to make it on the nice list last minute.

Featured Image Credit: Cadbury

Topics: UK News, Food And Drink, Christmas