Cadbury’s Creme Eggs are a popular chocolate treat, usually stocked in shops around the Easter period.
But the elusive Cadbury White Creme Egg is now in circulation – with only 827 available in shops around the UK.
If you do find one of these rare white chocolate eggs then you could be in with a chance of winning up to £10,000.
Prize-winning chocolate eggs
There are 872 prize-winning white chocolate eggs in circulation as part of this year’s Cadbury Creme Egg hunting campaign.
Shops selling these white chocolate eggs, which will be camouflaged as regular milk chocolate eggs, include Asda, Morrisons, Tesco, Co-op, Sainsburys, Marks & Spencer, Waitrose, One Stop shops and some independent retailers.
The Cadbury White Creme Egg hunt finishes on 21 April at 11.59pm and claims must be made before May 21.
How much are the Cadbury white Creme Eggs worth?
The eggs each have different values, with nine of these chocolate treats raking in a whopping £10,000 each.
The prizes include:
- 9 x £10,000 white chocolate eggs
- 22 x £1,000 white chocolate eggs
- 66 x £100 white chocolate eggs
- 700 x £50 white chocolate eggs
- 75 x £10 white chocolate eggs
According to Cadbury, the “White chocolate Cadbury Creme Eggs will be fairly and randomly distributed amongst stocks of single regular Cadbury Creme Eggs under the supervision of PromoVeritas, the independent promotional verification service throughout the promotion distribution period.”
How to claim your prize
“If on opening your egg, you find that you have found one of the white chocolate eggs, then call the phone number (office hours) that will be printed on the voucher that is under the foil on winning unit to find out and claim your prize,” explains the Cadbury website.
A unique code and the prize are printed on the voucher and you will need to keep both the voucher and packaging in order for your claim to be validated.
You will then be asked to answer a series of verification questions, including the unique code on the wrapper, the retailer it was purchased from and the location of purchase.
“If entrants are unable to pass the verification checks, it will be to the discretion of the Promoter as to whether a prize is issued,” adds Cadbury.
Note: Northern Ireland residents only may enter this competition without a purchase. Send your name and address to, PO Box 704, Pinner, HA5 9PF and a random number process, overseen by PromoVeritas, the Independent promotional verification service, will determine if your entry is a winner and the prize.
Only one entry per stamped envelope. Only winners will be notified.
For more information about the chocolate eggs or to claim your prize, visit: cadbury.co.uk/terms-and-conditions/creme-egg