Cadbury launches a free Secret Santa Postal Service
Cadbury has launched a free Secret Santa Postal Service across ten towns nationwide.
The entirely free service will provide customers with the opportunity to send Cadbury chocolate gifts to other people anonymously.
The Cadbury Postal Service will be popping up in ten locations across the UK – starting in the Isle of White – ending in
Edinburgh on 17 December, stopping in various cities and towns along the way.
Visitors will also have the chance to enjoy the some Cadbury Dairy Milk whilst they await their Secret Santa status.
There are loads of gifts you can choose to send, and they can be posted anywhere in the UK.
This includes Cadbury Dairy Milk, Dairy Milk Whole Nut, Dairy Milk Caramel, Dairy Milk Fruit and Nut, and the Cadbury Dairy Milk Winter Edition.
The Cadbury Secret Santa Postal Service follows the launch of Cadburys magical new Christmas campaign, which celebrates the thoughtful and generous ritual of Secret Santa – as seen in its new TV advert which urges families across the UK to follow their generous instinct and become a Secret Santa this Christmas.
Available on a first come, first-served basis, you dont need to book to get involved.
For those unable to make it to one of the popups, head online to see other ways you can get involved.
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