CHOCOLATE fans can now still their cravings for pennies thanks to Co-op.
This is after a savvy shopper spotted packs of chocolate coins on sale for just 1p at the convenience store.
The own-brand dairy-free treats come in packs weighing 60g, and they usually cost £1.25 at Co-op.
The supermarket hasn't yet told us whether this is a nationwide offer, so your best bet would be to give your local store a ring or pop down to see whether you can grab the bargain yourself.
Co-op has more than 2,500 shops across the UK. You can find your nearest one as well as its contact details using its store locator tool.
Shopper Hannah Jones, who shared pictures of her buys in the Extreme Couponing and Bargains group on Facebook, told The Sun she found the chocolates in a Co-op store in Maidstone, Kent.
And her post proved really popular on Facebook, with many congratulating her on the find.
One user wrote: "Well done. My son loves these it’s what we got him as his alternative at Easter!!"
While another said: "Good on you. Dairy free chocolate is horrendously priced."
And a third one added: "Thought 25p was a bargain a few weeks back."
If you're not fussed about dairy-free chocolate coins, the next cheapest pack is offered by Sainsbury's where 80g will set you back 80p.
Meanwhile, Morrisons is selling 75g packs themed around Paw Patrol for £1.
Superdrug is about to start selling Co-op sandwiches, salad and fruit so you can buy a meal deal.
Co-op has also rolled out halloumi fries-flavoured CRISPS for £1 a bag.
Meanwhile, its £5 meal deal feeds a family of four – and saves you £6.
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