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There’s a reason that Lindt chocolate is known all over the world, and it’s the same reason we simply can’t resist the siren call of a box of Lindor truffles, even if we try to divert our eyes in the supermarket.
The chocolate is so smooth, the melt-in-the-middle truffles are always perfectly formed and they’re luxuriously creamy – but without an indulgent price tag to match.
Whether you’ve discovered the new, self-service Lindor counters in your local supermarket or you're sticking to ordering boxes for friends who need a pick-me-up, you’ll want to hear about Amazon’s offer on the hugely popular brand.
The online retailer is offering 38% off a huge 1kg bag of the family favourite chocolate, which flew off the shelves during Black Friday last year when the £21.59 bag was reduced to £13.99.
With this years deal being the best we've ever seen down to only £13.49, the truffles unsurprisingly sold out within a day during Black Friday Week. However, luckily the retailer has restocked the deal today, so if you missed out the first time around we'd add this deal to your basket ASAP.
Buy it: Lindt Lindor Milk Chocolate Truffles 1kg Bag | £13.49 (Was £21.59) - 38% off
Just how many truffles is that, you ask?
1kg of Lindor balls is around 80 individual chocolates, in case you were wondering - that's around 16p per truffle, which is an absolute bargain.
These classic milk chocolate truffles are the perfect melt-in-the-mouth treat and they can add excitement to all kinds of other treats, too - think: pancakes, cakes or even porridge. Seriously, pop one in the middle once you’ve served it up, you’ll thank us!
Buy it: Lindt Lindor Milk Chocolate Truffles Bag 1kg | £13.49 (Was £21.59) - 38% off
If you’re thinking you might get bored after 1kg of Lindt balls (we can’t imagine it personally, but each to their own) Amazon has a ton of other great chocolate deals ready for you to snap up for Christmas.