Morrisons is doing a four for £5 deal on Celebrations, Heroes, Quality Street and Roses

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BARGAIN hunters can stock up on chocolates for Christmas with the four for a fiver deal at Morrisons. Festive favourites that feature in the offer include Celebrations, Heroes, Quality Street and Roses. But you can also bag the discount on boxes of Wine Gums, Jelly Babies and Liquorice Allsorts. All of the sweets cost £3 […]

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