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I got one of ¬†these Cadbury Easter egg hampers the other day. On¬†their website¬†the box doesn’t look too large, but when it actually arrived I was shocked by how huge it was. It’s actually just under 30cm tall and just over 30cm wide and about 37cm long – that’s one heck of a box of chocolates. I’m going to review the contents¬†separately, but I just wanted to try and show how good value for money it was.
I know that ¬£30 may be a lot for some families, but you’re getting Easter eggs and gifts in this box that you can’t get in the supermarkets. What’s more if you’re buying for a loved-one, relation or friend in another part of the country the ‘hamper’ actually works out to be fairly economic. In the box you get:
For ¬£30 I’d say that’s good value for money considering you get two large eggs, one medium and one smallish egg with a¬†toy. Also I liked how the eggs were packed and presented in the box. There were loads of those¬†polythene¬†beads, but also cut paper and shiny, silver-like paper too which gave it more of a celebratory, festive feel.
How this suits your family is up to you, what the makeup of the children and loved-ones is depends if you’ll get them this Easter egg hamper, or any other. but I do like the fact that it crosses so many boxes. You’ve got the eggs that could be good for boys or girls (without stereotyping). They’ve also got the Buttons egg with the soft toy for younger children. As well as the Trail pack and mini eggs to do an Easter egg hunt, and some of those mini eggs to munch on later in the evening to watch a film.
Although, I’m not one to munch down loads of Cadbury chocolate, I still think it’s good value for money. Right I best go and review the rest of the eggs they sent me.