Check out these amazing deals for tasty treats we've promoted with this category in the past:
Many of these delicious deals have sadly now expired. But there’s no need for the sad face, we've got all the latest deals from these retailers - they’re listed at the top of this page!
How to Redeem a Voucher Code
Whether you’re looking for taste tingling discounts on extra special goodies for yourself, or money off the perfect present for the chocolate lover in your life, you won’t want to miss out on the budget friendly deals our voucher codes can bring. Promo codes are a piece of cake to use and take no time at all. Plus, the best thing is, using one to save money on your online order won’t cost you a penny. So what are you waiting for? Here’s all you need to do:
Have a look through the amazing mouth-watering offers within this category – when you spot an offer you’d like to take advantage of, click ‘Get Voucher Code’. Your code will then pop up and you’ll need to copy it ready to use later one. Now click the green button on the page to be redirected to the retailer website. Then it’s shopping time. When you’ve finished look out for the code redemption box – this will be either in the basket or on the checkout page. When you find it, paste in your code and click apply. That’s all!
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Speciality & Fine Food
If you’re looking tastebud tickling treats, for gifts or otherwise why not have a look at our of amazing Speciality & Fine Food Category to find a wide selection of gourmet foods. Check it out now!
Perhaps your recipient would like an amazing experience to go with all that delicious chocolate? Plus, you’ll also find a wide range of culinary experiences including chocolate tasting and even chocolate making sessions.
Supermarkets & Groceries
Where else can you find great offers for sweets and chocolates? Why, in the supermarkets of course! And as we’ve got a huge selection of money vouchers for your favourite stores, you’re bound to save even more money.
What does ‘...% Cacao’ or ‘...% Cocoa’ mean?
You'll see this on retailer websites and on product packaging. It simply referring to the percentage of ingredients which come from the cocoa bean itself – including cocoa butter and chocolate liquor. You’ll usually find this on dark chocolate products but it can also be found on other varieties. Generally, this figure represents how bitter the product will taste.
What’s the difference between dark chocolate, milk chocolate and white chocolate?
Dark chocolate is the purest form containing little or no sugar. Milk chocolate is a mixture of cocoa butter and chocolate liquor mixed with milk and sugar to create a creamy taste. White chocolate is a blend of cocoa butter and milk and sugar - as it contains no chocolate liquor, it is often disregarded by connoisseurs.