IT’S that time of year again, when shoppers flock to the stores to grab the tastiest advent calendars that are on sale.
From Reese’s Pieces to Cadburys Dairy Milk, there’s something on offer for everyone, depending on what you fancy.
But as there’s so many options out there, we’ve rounded up the best ones we can find – all for less than a tenner.
They’re on sale now, unless listed otherwise, and will be on the shelves while stocks last.
Remember that if you’re buying them online, there’ll be delivery costs in addition to the prices that we’ve listed below.
For example, Tesco’s delivery costs £4.50, Sainsbury’s starts from 50p depending on the cost of your shop, Asda’s is £3 and Morrisons’ starts from £1.50.
They all have minimum spends too so make sure you check that before trying to purchase your advent calendar.
Kinnerton Peppa Pig milk chocolate advent calendar
Are your kids massive Peppa Pig fans? What about chocolate fans? Well you can combine their two favourite things with this advent calendar.
You can find 24 chocolates behind each door, which Kinnerton promises have been made in a nut safe environment.
Cadbury white chocolate advent calendar
Calling all white chocolate fans, this advent calendar is the perfect treat for you or to give to someone you love this festive season.
The 24 chocolates all come in different festive shapes from snowmen to elves and even Father Christmas himself.
Asda is selling the calendar exclusively, so if you want one you should head to your nearest Asda branch.
Kinder chocolate mini advent calendar
For Kinder fans, the Kinder chocolate advent calendar is the perfect option for you.
Filled 24 bars, you’ll either have a chocolate bar with its classic milky filling or its creamy filling with a cereal crunch.
If both of your kids also want to have one, Kinder’s put a helpful label for you to fill in so they don’t get muddled over whose is whose.
The Dairy Milk chocolate chunks advent calendar
The famous Cadbury calendar’s had a bit of an upgrade this year.
There’s 24 chocolates as usual but with a bit of twist.
Like a Milk Tray, each chocolate has a filling, such as caramel, whole nut or plain Dairy Milk.
Lindt Lindor advent calendar
Truffle fans, this one’s for you.
The classic Lindt Lindor advent calendar contains 24 mini milk truffles, which have the melt in the middle feeling whenever eat them.
Despite it feeling luxurious, the calendar is only £4 from Tesco and Sainsbury’s.
Reese’s Peanut Butter advent calendar
For the peanut butter lover in your life, this calendar has not only Reese’s famous milk chocolate mini cups, but it has dark chocolate and white chocolate ones too.
There are 24 chocolates behind each window and it’s also for sale now at Tesco for £5.
Sainsbury’s had the calendar for sale too for £5 but they’re currently sold out online.
Celebrations Giant advent calendar
If you think bigger is better, this advent calendar is the one for you.
Filled with 24 different Celebration chocolates for each day, there’s also a surprise behind door 25 for Christmas Day.
Aldi Moser Roth pop up Christmas scene advent calendar
Aldi’s brought out a new chocolate advent calendar this year under its Moser Roth brand.
Its calendar not only contains 24 Belgian chocolates behind each door, it also contains a pop up Christmas scene.
Aldi doesn’t sell groceries online, so if you want to purchase it, you’ll need to head to your nearest Aldi branch, which you can find using the store locator tool.
It’s available in stores nationwide from November 1.
Maltesers milk and white truffles advent calendar
For people who love truffles and Malteasers, the Malteasers truffle advent calendar is the one to purchase.
There’s 12 milk and 12 white truffles behind each door, meaning you have a little bit of variety every day.
It’s a bit pricier at £8 but is the perfect treat for people who want to indulge.
The calendar is new too and is on sale now at Tesco.
Meanwhile Costa beat all the supermarkets to win top the mince pies in Good Housekeeping’s Christmas taste test.
And Walkers now does sausage roll flavoured crisps.