Whether you’re stocking up on chocolate eggs for the family, hot cross buns for Good Friday breakfast, or some seasonal treats for yourself, we’d encourage you to shop around for the best prices this Easter.
We’ve updated the latest grocery prices on our Price Comparison site, which include the prices of several traditional Easter products at six local supermarkets and one local online store.
In our Easter week survey, we found a difference of £1.88 between stores of the cheapest and most expensive pack of four hot cross buns.
And, depending on where you shop, there was a variance of £4.10 between stores for the cheapest medium chocolate Easter egg available.
While there was only a ten-pence difference between the cheapest and most expensive Cadbury’s Crème Egg, there was 43 pence variance between the price of a small, 80-gram, bag of Cadbury’s Mini Eggs, depending on which supermarket you buy them from.
Our latest survey also found a difference of £1 between the cheapest and most expensive 100-gram Lindt Gold milk chocolate bunny, depending on where you shop.
To find out where the cheapest Easter products are available, visit pricecomparison.je or download our app to your smartphone by searching ‘Jersey Price Comparison’ in your App Store, or follow this link.
The prices of Easter products can be found under the ‘Festive’ category.
As ever, it pays to shop around.