Amazon is selling Cadbury's Dairy Milk bars for only 86p

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Amazon is selling big bars of Dairy Milk for only 86p. (Getty Images)
Amazon is selling big bars of Dairy Milk for only 86p. (Getty Images)

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Whether you’ve always had a sweet tooth or developed one during lockdown, there’s no denying that the siren call of a bar of chocolate is hard to resist.

We’re not talking about the lower sugar, dark stuff that our parents had us believe would become our sweet treat of choice as soon as we hit 30.

No, we mean thick, creamy milk chocolate, the kind that is the perfect pick-me-up after (or during) a rainy day working from home.

Which is why we couldn’t hide our delight when we discovered you can now get your hands - and mouth - on a 95g bar of Cadbury’s Dairy Milk for 86p.

The bar, normally priced at £1.49, is the cheapest chocolate bar available on Amazon at the moment, though you can nab other favourites like Cadbury’s Fruit & Nut and Cadbury Double Deckers for just £1.

Buy it: Cadbury Dairy Milk Chocolate Bar | £0.86 (Was £1.49)

Unsurprisingly, the choccie bar has racked up 926 five-star ratings on the site, with shoppers dubbing it the perfect pick-me-up.

“Great taste as always, especially when in self-isolation and then this arrives at your door,” wrote one chocolate-lover.

While another added: “Smells like chocolate, tastes like chocolate. It’s actually real-life chocolate and that’s exactly what I need. I’ve never been so happy.”

The product details on the site tell us that the bar is “perfect for sharing”, but you can bet we’ll be practising extreme social distancing when these arrive.

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