Aldi is selling a Lindt Easter bunny dupe that’s 70% cheaper | The Sun

ALDI is selling a copycat Lindt chocolate bunny for just 99p.

You'd have to fork out up to £3.25 for the same-sized gold Lindt rabbit – while Aldi's treat will save you over £2.

The discount supermarket's 100g Dairyfine bunny looks a lot like the famous Lindt chocolate bunny with one key difference – it's in blue packaging, not gold.

Aldi's chocolate bunny is available in-store and online.

You can find your nearest Aldi store using the tool locator on the website.

While there's no minimum spend Aldi's delivery costs vary between £2.95 and £9.95 depending on how many products you order at the time of checkout.

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Lindt's 100g chocolate bunny can cost up to £3.25 at some supermarkets.

The cheapest you can buy one for is £2 from Waitrose.

Asda and Tesco are both selling Lindt's 100g bunnies for £2.75 each.

But the most expensive Lindt chocolate bunnies of this size cost £3.25 at both Morrisons and Sainsbury's.

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A number of supermarkets also sell their own copycat Lindt chocolate bunnies – but they're not as cheap as Aldi's dupe.

Here's how much own-brand supermarket 100g hollow chocolate bunnies cost:

  • Aldi – £1
  • Asda – £1.25
  • Morrisons – £1.50
  • Sainsbury's – £1.80
  • Tesco – £1

Even if you think you've found a good deal you should always have a quick shop around first as you might be able to find a similar product cheaper elsewhere.

Use price comparison tools like Google Shopping to find similar products from other retailers and compare prices.

And it's important to always remember that these bargains are only a good deal if you need the item in the first place – if you get it just because of the offer, you aren't necessarily saving money.

It comes after Cadbury scrapped an iconic easter treat a decade after its introduction.

Mondelez, which owns Cadbury, has scrapped Dairy Milk Egg 'n' Spoon cartons.

The firm justified the move and said that it reflects "changing tastebuds".

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But fans of the easter treat disagree and have called the move a "crime".

It means that the chocolate eggs won't be available this easter.

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