HOME Bargains is once again stocking its £2.99 Christmas Eve box – and it’s perfect for excitable children.
The cute kit could be a good idea if your little one struggles to wait patiently for Santa to arrive.
The Christmas Eve box contains a festive story book, a letter from Santa, one door hook and cookies.
It also has space on the front cover for you to personalise the box by writing your child’s name.
Home Bargains released the same box last year, for the same price, and it proved a hit with parents.
The Christmas Eve kit was shared on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains Facebook page by one parent, sparking comments from other eager mums and dads.
One mum said: “We’ll have to get these for mason and noah.”
Another said: “These are fantastic. I picked up two today.”
A third commented: “Have to get them, they look good.”
Some parents who purchased one last year said they’ll simply refill their box with other items to save money.
You could also save cash by filling a regular box, if you have one spare, with festive-themed items.
Sadly, Home Bargains hasn’t started selling its Christmas Eve box on its website.
This means you’ll need to visit your nearest shop if you want to pick one up – use the store finder tool to locate your closest branch.
We’ve asked Home Bargains if the Christmas Eve boxes are available nationwide and we’ll update this article when we hear back.
In the meantime, we recommend calling your nearest store first to avoid a wasted trip.
Home Bargains has the cheapest Christmas Eve box we could find currently on sale.
For example, Ryman is selling a box on its own for £2.99 but it doesn’t contain any Christmas items.
Shops have already started selling Harry Potter and Star Wars Lego Christmas advent calendars.
It comes as Boots brings back popular 3for2 Christmas gifts after shaking up the scheme last year.
Meanwhile, Argos reveals top 12 toys for Christmas 2020 – but the cheapest is still £33.