JOHN Lewis is set to make a major change at dozens of its stores within days – and Quality Street fans will be thrilled.
The retailer is bringing back its Quality Street pick ‘n’ mix stands, with its flagship store in Oxford Street, London, launching its station on Wednesday (September 27).
A number of other stores, including those in Bristol, London, Liverpool, Leeds and Nottingham, will also be unveiling stations in October.
Shoppers can add 12 different flavours to the tins, including the returning coffee creme and the green triangle, for a set price.
Customers can fill one up a new tub for £15 or refill an old John Lewis Quality Street tin for £12.50.
You can personalise one too, adding your name on the lid, or someone else’s if it’s a gift – that’ll cost you £17.
There’s also a “fill your own” advent calendars for £14 at John Lewis.
Shoppers took to social media to share their delight at the news that the Quality Street personalisation stations would be returning to John Lewis.
One Facebook user said: “Love the tin! Love the coffee sweets coming back!
“I have the biggest quality street collection and will be happy to add these!”
A second added: “Yay! I will refilling my tin. My daughter will get my faves for me.”
And a third said: “I need this for Christmas please!”
Here is the full list of 19 John Lewis stores where pick ‘n’ mix stands will be:
You can find your nearest store by using the store locator tool on their websites.
John Lewis brought back its pick ‘n’ mix stands last Christmas to the delight of Christmas shoppers.
Many shoppers didn’t realise you can get Quality Street tubs filled with only your favourite flavour and were delighted when they found out.
It comes after Nestle launched a new chocolate bar combining two iconic Quality Street flavours – the purple one and green triangle.
Where to buy cheap Quality Streets
We checked out how much a number of high street retailers are selling 600g tubs of Quality Street for, including Aldi and Lidl.
Aldi and Lidl didn’t have any in stock but a number of others did, including Sainsbury’s and Tesco.
Tesco comes out cheapest too – the retailer is selling a 600g tub for £4.
But you’ll need a Clubcard to get them for this price, otherwise they are £5.
You can sign up for a Clubcard for free either on Tesco’s website or by downloading the app on to your smart phone.
The app is downloadable via Google Play and the App Store.
Next cheapest after Tesco is Asda, which is selling the 600g tub for £4.50.
After Asda, B&M and Morrisons are next cheapest – selling the tub for £5.
Meanwhile, Morrisons customers can only get the 600g tub for £5 if they are signed up to the retailer’s More Card loyalty scheme.
Again, you can sign up for the loyalty scheme online or by downloading the app from Google Play or the App Store.
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