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Disappointment for Celebrations fans as March drops Advent calendars this Christmas


The celebrations have always been one of the most popular Advent calendars, with popular chocolates such as Galaxy and Snickers, as well as the controversial Bounty bar.

Popular Celebrations Advent Calendar Won’t Hit Supermarket Shelves This Holiday Season

Mars fans after their daily fix Christmas time will be disappointed with the lack of much-loved Advent Calendars this year.

Mars, the company behind the production of the chocolate candies, has said it will not be counting down the chocolate this holiday season.

The celebrations have always been one of the most popular Advent calendars, with popular chocolates like Galaxy and Snickers, as well as more controversial numbers like the Bounty bar.

According to reports from the sun online , those who owned the advent calendar last year were mostly excited to find that the first flavor behind the door on December 1 was not the polarizing coconut treat.

Some fans were devastated in 2019 after finding Bounty bars sitting behind the first two doors of their calendars, others found the candy bar behind the first four windows.

Bounty was also featured behind the December 1 window in 2018.

Both the Maltesers and Galaxy Advent calendars for March are slated to hit the shelves this year, despite the omission of the Celebrations blended product.






A Celebrations box is made up of mini-versions of Mars hits, including Maltesers, Galaxy, Snickers, Twix and Bounty

And those desperate for a solution to the celebrations can still get hold of the candy, with smaller Christmas jars and cardboard boxes available.

A Celebrations box is made up of mini-versions of Mars hits, including Maltesers, Galaxy, Snickers, Twix, and Bounty.

Other chocolate advent calendars are now on sale in store and online at Asda, Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Amazon.

During this time, a thrifty dad made her kids their own Christmas Advent calendar out of something we all have at home – toilet paper.

Darren Cullen, 35, a magician and father of two from Dover, wanted to do a fun family project with his sons that would teach them how to recycle.

He collected toilet paper rolls, stocked up on B&M chocolate, and got to work creating the Advent calendars with his wife and sons.

Each Advent calendar costs just £ 3.50 – the price of B&M chocolates – and the family have asked friends to collect rolls of toilet paper so they can increase their stocks.

However, this is not necessarily the most economical project.

For those who are keen on their pennies, you can pick up advent calendars starting at £ 1 in supermarkets or in Poundland.

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