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You can now get a Celebrations box with your name on it for Christmas

You can now get a Celebrations box with your name on it for Christmas

CELEBRATIONS fans can now get a box personalised with their name on it for Christmas.The sweet treat could make an ideal present - but at £9.99, it is

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CELEBRATIONS fans can now get a box personalised with their name on it for Christmas.

The sweet treat could make an ideal present – but at £9.99, it is pricier than buying a standard box of Celebrations. 

A box of Celebrations with your name on it will cost you £9.99

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A box of Celebrations with your name on it will cost you £9.99

Celebrations manufacturer Mars has teamed up with online retailer PrezzyBox to offer the customisation on a 320g box.

To get yours customised, you just enter the name you want before adding the Celebrations to your cart. 

PrezzyBox will then create your personalised box using the iconic Celebrations font.

The Celebrations text is actually made up from all the fonts of the chocolates that appear inside the box.

PrezzyBox charges £3.99 for delivery, so you’ll pay £13.98 in total.

While the customised box would make a fun gift, it is £11.29 more expensive than what you’d pay for the same size box without personalisation.

Tesco charges £2.69 for a standard 320g box of Celebrations.

Celebrations contain mini Mars, Twix, Milky Way, Galaxy, Galaxy Caramel, Snickers, Bounty and Maltesers chocs.

But this isn’t the only way you can personalise a box of chocolates.

Quality Street fans can also get a lid with their name on it through John Lewis.

Personalised boxes cost £15, plus there is a delivery charge of £2.99.

For more choc news, Asda is selling two tins of Quality Street, Roses, Heroes and Celebrations for £6.

B&M is selling Cadbury Favourites boxes that have Dream and Picnic bars inside.

Meanwhile, disappointed fans of Cadbury Heroes have found a shortage of mini Double Decker chocolate bars in their boxes and tubs.

New Cadbury Roses tin created by British homeware designer Emma Bridgewater

This post first appeared on thesun.co.uk

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