Costco is selling a box of 71 Nestle chocolate bars including Yorkie and Blue Riband for £8

BISCUIT lovers had better head down to Costco quick because the wholesaler is selling huge boxes of 71 Nestle chocolate bars for just £8.

The huge 1.64kg collection features bars of family favourites including Toffee Crisp, Yorkie, KitKat, Blue Riband and Breakaway.

 The Big Biscuit Box is available now in Costco


The Big Biscuit Box is available now in CostcoCredit: Extreme Couponing and Bargains

Described as The Big Biscuit Box, it contains miniature versions of the chocolate treats, ranging from 17g to 20g in size.

Costco is currently selling the massive haul of bars for £8 for those with a trade card or £10 with a regular membership card.

An annual online subscription to the retailer costs £15, while it’s £33.60 if you want to shop in store.

You’ll need to meet certain employment criteria to sign up for the store card.

There’s also a trade card available for £26.40 but you’ll need to prove you own a company to qualify.

If you’re just signing up to take advantage of this one deal then you’ll need to consider whether it’s worth it.

You can sign up to Costco here.

How many chocolate bars do you get in each box?

NESTLE has confirmed exactly how many of each chocolate bar you get in the Big Biscuit Box.

Here’s what you’ll get:

  • Breakaway x16
  • Blue Riband x16
  • Yorkie x7
  • Toffee Crisp x14
  • KitKat x18

For those hoping to stock up for Christmas, we’ve asked Costco for the best before date on the boxes currently being sold.

We’ve also asked if they’re available nationwide and we’ll update this article when we know more.

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The bars range from 92 to 126 calories each, along with 11.1g to 8.2g of sugar, so be careful not to devour the whole box in one sitting.

Amazon currently sell The Big Biscuit Box for £19.36 plus £4.49 for delivery for non-Prime members, meaning you’ll save £15.85 at Costco.

Or for a slightly cheaper alternative, Asda is selling boxes of the classic Family Circle biscuits for just £2.50.

Those with a sweet tooth might also want to head down to Iceland, where you can buy a mega box of 100 Jaffa Cakes for £2.

While B&M is selling a YARD of Oreos for £3 just in time for Christmas.

If you’re after something a bit different, Asda is selling ORANGE flavoured After Eights.

McVitie’s now does Jaffa Cakes nibbles and we can’t wait to try them

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