On the 7th July, the world comes together to celebrate one of the most popular sweet treats: chocolate. In celebration, we have searched out the best World Chocolate Day deals for 2018 to satisfy everyone’s chocolate needs.
World Chocolate Day supposedly marks the day when chocolate was first brought to Europe in 1550, and has been observed since 2009 globally. An important day, considering that now approximately 1 billion people eat chocolate every day and the organic chocolate market alone worldwide is valued at $886m.
Timeline for Food and drink
- January 21, 2019
World Chocolate Day deals worldwide
For one day only, Krispy Kreme will be ‘glazing the globe’ by offering Chocolate Glaze Doughnuts in celebration of World Chocolate Day. These are the original glazed doughnuts smothered in a rich chocolate glaze, available whilst stocks last. Over 30 different countries across 6 different continents are taking part.
Max Brenner is serving up its new baked hot chocolate, which has a rich chocolate centre, another pure chocolate layer and then a choice of three toppings. Plus it’s offering a free classic hot chocolate with every purchase.
If you’re in Australia you are in luck because Cadbury is giving away free blocks of Cadbury Dairy Milk all over the country. It is expected that over 225,000 blocks will be distributed across Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.
Haigh’s Chocolates (Australia)
Visit a Haigh’s Chocolates store and mention World Chocolate Day to receive a free chocolate frog. Alternatively, spend $25 at Haigh’s Chocolates online and receive free shipping.
World Chocolate Day deals in the UK
Godiva, a luxury chocolatier, is offering the opportunity to enjoy a free chocolate masterclass. You can join in-store for a fifteen minute exclusive chocolate tasting opportunity. The offer is available in stores in London, Oxford, Kent and Sheffield, and tickets can be booked for free via Eventbrite. The company will also be running a buy-one-get-one-half-price deal on soft-serve ice cream in all stores.
The Refinery Regent’s Place
The Refinery at Regent’s Place is holding a chocolate hunt on World Chocolate Day. Find hidden tags around its venues to be in with a chance to win some chocolate treats.
Luxury chocolatier Elizabeth Shaw has teamed up with Pinkster gin for a twist on a cocktail this World Chocolate Day. Pair Elizabeth Shaw mint chocolate flutes with a Pinkster gin cocktail with the mint chocolate flute acting as an edible stirrer.
Rebel Chocolate is offering a two week supply of its small bars for only £16 including free P&P for 14 bars. Alternatively you can buy 3 large bars for £10.
Butlers Chocolates is rewarding all its Happiness Card members with an additional complementary chocolate with any prepared beverage on World Chocolate Day in its cafes.
Lily O’Briens is keeping its special treat to celebrate World Chocolate Day a secret. Keep your eyes peeled on the 7th.
3 Things That Will Change the World Today
World Chocolate Day deals and prizes on Twitter
Doisy&Dam is holding a prize draw to win a bundle of its chocolate treats. To enter, follow the company on twitter and re-tweet the competition post.
Hotel Chocolat is also holding a prize draw to be in with the chance of winning a Summer Sleekster box. To enter, follow the company’s page on twitter and re-tweet the competition post.