You Can Now Get Personalised Maltesers Boxes For Valentine’s Day

February is here, and with it comes one thing – pancakes. Yes, pancake day is this month, but as the other half will have reminded you, so too is Valentine’s Day, and with this year been in lockdown you best make the effort this year as you can’t just go for a meal at the local Wetherspoons. Nothing screams making the effort like chocolates and personalised gifts.

Credit: Home Bargains

Well, Home Bargains has got the deal for you this year with their chocolatey surprise. Not only can you personalise your present – that present is chocolate as well. Talk about two birds, one stone. Yes, the nation’s favourite Home Bargains posted to their Instagram yesterday annoucing that you can now personalise everyone’s favourite crispy, airy chocolate treat saying: “Treat a loved one to a gift they’ll love with this Personalised Box of Maltesers. Only £4.99, exclusively available online now.”

Whether it is for your friend, loved one or neighbour, this gift is unique and is sure to bring a smile to their face. All you have to do is visit their website and type in the name of your loved one’s name and then select between four phrases to feature below from ‘Hands Off!’, ‘Not Yours!’, ‘Get Your Own!’ & ‘Last One’s Mine!’. We think the idea is adorable and even though it’s a little cheesy, we all need a bit of a laugh right now.

If this sounds up your street, visit the website here and order yours today. All you need not is some flowers and a meal. M&S are doing their bargain three-course Valentine’s Day dine for two deal that’s only £20, and you get some bubbles. If you’d like to check out their amazing deal, why not find out more about it here.

Looking for something a little more special this Valentine’s Day in Yorkshire? We’ve put together a list of great meals that canbe delivered to your door. Check them out in the link below.

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Author: The Yorkshireman

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