Reese's Pieces are bringing their peanut-butter chocolatey goodness to this year's choc-filled countdown to Christmas.
Much to the delight of Reese's fans, the moreish milk chocolate peanut butter cups are finally getting their own advent calendar this year.
And, much to the delight of the brand's British fans, this Christmas calendar isn't a US-only creation - it's available in the UK from this month.
Head down to you local Tesco, Sainsbury's, Lidl or Wilkinson's to get your hands on the season's most-anticipated chocolate advent calendar, featuring 23 miniature milk chocolate peanut butter cups, and two full sized white chocolate cups as the big finale to your Christmas countdown behind door 24.
And the best bit? You can pick up your Reese's Pieces advent calendar for just £5! But you better hurry, there's no doubt that these will sell out.
'Now we are talking!! Have to get this for sure,' wrote one excited Facebook user after hearing the news, while another commented: 'I'm going to get mine now before they sell out!'
If chocolate advent calendars aren't your thing, or you're looking for a different way to celebrate the countdown to Christmas this year, why not take a look at our pick of the best alternative advent calendars 2017?
From incredible beauty advent calendars stuffed with pamering goodies from some of our favourite brands such as Benefit, Body Shop and Soap and Glory, to fun options from the likes of Disney, Lego and Play-Doh.
Other new and exciting chocolate advent calendars on the market this year include a brand new Miniature Heroes Christmas calendar from Cadburys, a delectable offering from luxury chocolate brand Godiva (£28), and a brand new 'Grand Advent' calendar from chocolate aficionados Hotel Chocolat featuring the best of their Christmas range for a cool £68. That's quite the Christmas countdown!
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