Lindt is selling 1kg of Lindor chocolates for £15 in early Black Friday sale

There are lots of good things to look forward to about Christmas, and one of the best parts is the eating.

With the cost of living rising, and many people trying to find ways to cut back, some may be worried their chocolate cupboard won't be as full and glorious this year.

But – lucky for us – there are Black Friday deals on offer to enable people to indulge in their favourite treats while not having to splash the cash.

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One of the best deals we've come across so far is on Amazon, as it's flogging luxury chocolate for a bargain price.

The popular, and very festive, Lindt chocolate balls are a favourite at Christmas in many households across the UK.

But the sale on Amazon has started early, and you can now bag 1kg of Lindor chocolates for just £15.

According to the website, the same amount is sold at the retail price of £21.59, so the offer will see you save over £6.

With energy and shopping bills continuing to rise, Brits are going to be trying to save the pennies where they can this year.

But – with deals like this around – hopefully people will still be able to indulge in some of their favourite festive treats.

The website states Lindt Lindor Chocolate Truffles are smooth melting milk chocolate balls that come complete with an "irresistibly smooth filling."

There are approximately 80 balls in the 1kg bag, and the choccies are said to be made with "the finest ingredients", and are perfect for sharing or adding to a loved one's stocking this Christmas.

The luxury brand has been making sweet treats since 1845, and continues to delight chocolate lovers around the world ever since.

On average the red balls of deliciousness ranked up a scoring of 4.8/5 stars on Amazon, and more than 16,000 people rated them.

In the review section, one happy shopper wrote: "Absolutely love this product!

"Incredibly well made chocolate.

"Packaging is brilliant – not too much waste."

Another added: "I love Lindor, this was a bargain.

"Was a bit worried about the best before date, but reassured by the Q&A answers.

"Mine arrived today with a 9 month window. Bought another as a gift."

Meanwhile, a third person said: "This is a very fancy chocolate gift hamper, and great value for money as it is an official product direct from Lindt.

"Lots of different high quality products, and flavours in a very premium, well designed gift box."


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