In case you missed it, a select number of white chocolate creme eggs will be hid in supermarkets across the country and when unwrapped could bag you a money price of up to £2,000!
After Daily Star Online reported Easter Eggs are already being sold, shops are now stocking up on another sweet treat fave.
Manufacturers have confirmed there's an extremely easy way to identify the white eggs, which are only available in UK. Some are worth £1,000, while others are worth £100 - so either way, not exactly a kick in the teeth.
Angry customers have been contacting Cadbury to complain that Creme Eggs had already been opened in-store when they went in to buy some.
Ryan Reeves, from Essex, tweeted a picture of pile of tampered with eggs and said ' The search for a white chocolate creme egg has gone to your employees heads clearly'.
But clever egg-hunters have found a way to check if your Creme Egg is going to be white chocolate or not without even opening it.
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What are the prizes you can win with the white Creme Eggs?
If the egg is white chocolate, the packaging will have to say so on the ingredients list meaning there is no need to even take off the foil wrapping.
Tesco has insisted there is no evidence of eggs being unwrapped, while both Co-op and Sainsbury's have refused to comment.
But Kirstybryant said: "Creme eggs".
There are believed to be around 371 limited-edition white eggs in these shops.
There are even more eggs on offer in the United Kingdom with a prize of £1000 on offer - as well as a one-of-a-kind £2000 egg.