Cadbury hides 146 limited edition Creme Eggs in UK – and theyre worth £10k

Fancy winning a huge chunk of money?

Sweet-toothed Brits could scoop up to £10,000 if they find one of the special Cadbury's Creme Eggs in shops across the UK.

The special egg is made up of half white chocolate and half milk chocolate with the classic sugary filling.

Cadbury's has hidden 146 of the limited edition chocolates across the country – and you could win £10,000 if you find one.

Luckily you've got until Easter Sunday, which falls on April 17 this year, to locate a winning egg.

There's a catch though, you can only claim your prize is the egg isn't eaten.

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So next time you buy a Creme Egg, unwrap it carefully to see if you're one of the lucky winners.

If you find a half-and-half chocolate, make sure you resist the urge to take a bite.

There is a phone number printed on the ticket under the foil covering the chocolate which you can call once you've found one.

Make sure you keep the ticket too as you'll need to prove you've won.

On the phone, you'll be asked some questions to verify your ticket, including the unique code and when it was bought.

Lyndsey Homer, brand manager for Cadbury Creme Egg, said: "When we celebrated our Golden Goobilee last year, we were absolutely blown away by the response to our golden eggs and this year, we wanted to continue that buzz in true Creme Egg fashion."

Just this time last year, Cadbury Creme Egg was giving fans the chance to win £5,000 – if they find Golden treat.

The limited edition Golden goodies were hidden in stores masquerading as the much-loved classic Creme Egg.

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