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You can now get a chocolate dragon's egg in time for Easter

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The gift you never knew you wanted

With Easter just around the corner, the shelves are heaving with new, exciting chocolate products that you’re almost definitely going to buy and eat in one horrible, sickly go.

There are all your favourite brands, as well as some more out there options: the legendary Waitrose avocado egg, now back after record-breaking sales last year, for one, and this solid cheese egg for another. Fun (and stomach aches) for all the family.

But if you’ve STILL not got your fill of novelty Easter items then we’ve got just the thing for you.

That’s because Deliveroo has teamed up with Game of Thrones to offer a special ‘dragon’s egg’ to customers in London, Leeds and Manchester just in time for Easter. 

To get your hands on the treat, you have to find a special section of the website called The Hatchery, where you’ll find the eggs.

They weigh about a kilogram and are 20 centimetres high, and pretty good value for money – they’re only 80p each. 

“Easter is coming and so is the final series of our favourite blood-soaked romp,” Deliveroo said in a press release. “We see huge spikes of orders around season premieres and finales and we thought what better way to celebrate hardcore fans than with these amazing scaly creations.”

You better be quick, though – the eggs are only available for a week, starting on 14 April. 

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