Walkers launch its first ever CRISP Easter egg for £20 including a sharing bag of Sensations and a bottle of wine
- Walkers has launched a crisp Easter Egg for £19.99, which is on sale from today
- Crisp egg includes Sensations crisps with wine, bottles and glasses inside
- Individually items cost £34.99, meaning shoppers will save £15 on the purchase
With Easter just around the corner, most people will be opting for a chocolate treat to mark the occasion.
But for those who prefer a savoury taste can rejoice, as Walkers have launched its first ever crisp Easter Egg.
Each ‘egg’ contains a bag of crisps from the spicy Sensations range, and for £19.99, you get some extra treats for enjoying a night in with your sharing bag of Thai Sweet Chilli nibbles.
The Easter treat comes with a snack bowl, a bottle of organic wine, two wine glasses and a £5 credit for Amazon Prime Video in the package.
Walkers have launched their first ever crisp Easter Egg, which comes with a snack bowl, a bottle of organic wine, two wine glasses, and a £5 credit for Amazon Prime Video in the package.
It is available from today from Amazon and shoppers are making a saving of £15, because buying everything individually would cost £34.99.
It comes with next day delivery.
The move came after Sensations noticed an increase in internet searches for ‘alternative Easter eggs’, coupled with new research that revealed a third of the nation prefer savoury over sweet treats at Easter, and two thirds prefer a night in over a night out.
Ali Kirk from Walkers Sensations told Femail: ‘We know there’s a growing trend for savoury over sweet at Easter because 37 per cent of the public think savoury snacks are available in more exciting flavours and one in five say they think chocolate Easter eggs are for kids.
‘So, there’s never been a better time for our savoury Easter treat to go on sale.
The move came after Sensations noticed an increase in internet searches for ‘alternative Easter eggs’, coupled with new research that revealed a third of the nation prefer savoury over sweet treats at Easter, and two thirds prefer a night in over a night out
Alternative Easter eggs have grown in popularity in recent years as retailers seek to cash in on those who are not fans of chocolate.
Last year, Sainsbury’s announced it was stocking the Cheesalicious Easter Egg, made from a solid 120g of cheddar from Lancashire farms, with a packet of oatcakes and sachet of chutney.
It followed a Blacksticks Blue variety that was sold by Asda in 2018.
And the craze for boozy advent calendars is also spilling into Easter, with treats such as bottles of gin with chocolate mini eggs on offer.
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