Cadbury direct to your door? Yes please!

Stephanie Panecasio 28 November 2017 NEWS

Chocolate LEAD

Because chocoholics have needs, and Cadbury knows exactly what we want most.

There's only one thing that makes a chocoholic happier than going to buy chocolate, and that is getting it delivered directly to us. We, being chocoholics, are very familiar with this feeling. And Cadbury knows exactly how to keep us happy, because the brand now has an online store which delivers straight to your door.

That's right, you can get all your favourite chocolate blocks delivered straight to you for a chocolate fix that won't even require you to change out of your pyjamas. Cadbury Joy Deliveries does exactly as the name implies: brings joy and chocolate to all.

And frankly, we couldn't be more excited - especially with Christmas approaching!


You can personalise the message by occasion - whether you want to send thanks, well wishes, a secret admirer's token, or even just something sneaky to yourself, there's something for everyone. The gifts range in price from as low as $9.50 through to a mega gift pack worth $120 if you feel like being particularly generous (or are particularly hungry).

The delivery options are pretty great as well, with most orders able to get delivered between two to four business days depending on whether you're metro or regionally based. The best part? Orders over $60 get shipping for free. Head online to the Cadbury website to order your own!

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