A NURSERY manager from Luton has turn the first person to find a white Cadbury Creme Egg, scooping a £1,000 prize.
Hundreds of eggs have been dark in shops around the UK by the chocolate firm, in its very own Willy Wonka character selling stunt.
Natasha Bream, 30, picked up 3 Creme Eggs on her lunch mangle from her a Tesco Express in Luton.
After opening up her first egg she was repelled to find a white egg inside.
She phoned up the helpline series on the inside of the coupling and found out that she’d one of the 34 eggs worth £1,000.
She told The Sun Online: “I was a bit shocked. we couldn’t utterly trust it.
“I’d been articulate to my partner [about the hunt] before going to the shops.
“I didn’t consider it would occur to me”.
Natasha is still determining on what to spend her loot on but top of her list is engagement a holiday.
She hasn’t eaten the white egg yet, even yet she’d really like to try it.
Anyone who finds a white chronicle of the much-loved Creme Egg is in line to win a prize.
They are dark in tiny shops, including internal newsagents, Sainsbury’s Local , Tesco Express and Co-op branches, is in line to win a prize.
There are believed to be around 371 white eggs in these shops.
Of course, the series of prizes are very limited. For example, there is only one possibility to win the top £2,000 esteem and there are 34 eggs worth £1,000.
There are also a series of smaller £100 prizes to be won.
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The first esteem leader comes after supermarket staff were accused of unwrapping eggs in hunt of the top prize.
If you find an egg then you must keep the document to explain your prize. See the full terms and conditions on the Cadbury’s website.
A singular egg costs around 58p, while a 5 container costs £2.85.
If the egg is found by a person under the age of 16 then their primogenitor or authorised defender must explain the prize.
Cadbury’s US owners Mondelez were accused of “ruining Easter” when they changed the recipe for the fondant-filled break back in 2015.
While Easter eggs have already hit the shelves in supermarkets around the country…four months early.
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