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Get £15 off your next Iceland shop – plus new Easter treats in stores

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Customers can get £15 off their next Iceland shop, which may contain dozens of Easter treats. Iceland will be selling new products in time for Easter this weekend too.

This deal will give customers the opportunity to buy a range of Iceland products for a discounted price, including the retailer’s Easter food range.

Iceland has a collection of chocolate Easter eggs already on sale in stores.

Customers can opt for different chocolate brands, including Maltesers, Celebrations, Galaxy, Creme Egg, Minstrels, Rolo, and Yorkie.

The food retailer is also selling limited-edition Creme Egg ice creams, costing £2 for a pack of three.

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Other new Easter products on sale in Iceland stores and online include a Make Your Own Bonnet Kit, costing £2, and a Giant Fillable Egg Hunt Set for £3.50.

There is a Plush Easter Chick Basket for children to use to collect their eggs, for only £3.

The Make Your Own Easter Headband Kit, costing £1.50, is also new to the retailer’s Easter range.

Additionally, this weekend, Iceland will be introducing a hot cross bun cheesecake to stores.

The hot cross buns have many five-star reviews on the Iceland website, with one reviewer saying: “These are incredible value for money. Tasted great with butter on. Will definitely be buying again!”

Another added: “Love these hot cross buns and great value too! Perfect with plenty of butter and a cup of tea.”

To redeem your £15 off at Iceland, be fast, as the offer ends this weekend on February 28.

As a member of TopCashback, you can also get some money back when you shop at over 4,770 merchants, including eBay, Asos, Marks and Spencer, and Debenhams.



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