You can now order Quality Street pick and mix tins online
Sick of having loads of leftover sweets in the bottom of the tin after your family have eaten all their favourites?
Well, from today, you can order a pick and mix box of Quality Street online so you can curate exactly what goes in the tin.
Previously you were able to get the boxes in pop-up stations at John Lewis stores but now it’s even easier.
You can select up to six different sweets or opt for the classic 12 sweet mix. Of course, you could just treat yourself to an entire tin of your favourites.
You can also personalise the tin with a name and have it delivered straight to your door or to someone else if it’s a gift.
The service will also be available all year round, if you have a real Quality Street fan to buy for after the festive season.
Ellie Dent, Senior Brand Manager for Quality Street said: ‘We’ve had an overwhelming response to our pop-up stations over the last few years, so we know how much people love to choose the perfect mix of their favourite sweets and personalise their Quality Street tins.
‘Until now, you needed to do this by visiting a specific store but, with the launch of the Quality Street website, shoppers in the UK and Ireland can tailor their tins in a matter of clicks, all from the comfort of their own home.
“Quality Street is the number one seasonal brand, and we’re incredibly proud of that, but it’s also the perfect gift at any time. That’s why we are making it easier than ever to create and personalise your Quality Street experience.
‘For instance, does your family vie for the Green Triangles and Caramel Swirls while Toffee Fingers are left in the tin? Now you can avoid debate this year and create a mix that everyone will love.’
The personalised tins are available in 1kg costing £15.99 plus a £2.99 delivery charge to UK mainland addresses.
It is pricer than a standard tin – you can get a 800g tin for £6 at Tesco and a 1kg tin is £7.50 at Sainsbury’s, meaning a personalised one is more than double the price.
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