WILKO has once again slashed the price of its pick and mix sweets by £1 during the school holidays.
It means that a regular cup is now half price, down to £1 from £2, and a medium now costs £2, down from £3.
An extra large will now cost you £3 in the deal compared to £4 normally.
Unfortunately, the deal excludes the paper bags were the price is determined by how much they weigh, and the treat cups are also not included.
The sweet selection is broad at Wilko and includes treats like foamy bananas, shrimps and gummy bears.
The retailer often knocks the price of sweets down during the holidays.
This time round, shoppers have from now until August 15 to get their hands on the offer.
The deal was spotted by bargain hunters and shared on shopper forum HotUKDeals.
It’s not the best price cut the retailer has offered on the sweets – last year it slashed prices in half making the savings even better.
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