You Can Earn £45 An Hour Hunting White Cadbury Crème Eggs
You can now earn £45 an hour hunting for elusive white chocolate Cadbury Creme Eggs.
Jobs board Bark has launched the world's first Cadbury Creme Egg Hunter service to help people find one of the rare treats which can come with a £10,000 cash prize.
Those looking for a white Creme Egg hire someone through the site.
So whether you want to find one but don't have the time or get your kicks out of looking for white chocolate eggs for other people, this opening could be for you.
Those who sign up to the 'professional player' role will need to travel to participating supermarkets and buy the treats in order to find a white chocolate Creme Egg.
Customers - or employers in this case - will need to outline how many Creme Eggs they want their hunter to buy, which shops they'd like them to purchase from and what areas of the UK they'd like covered.
Professional Hunters need to provide photo ID and have a background check.
And Bark recommends that a contract is written up between the customer and Hunter so there's no confusion over who gets what.
The hourly rate includes the cost of eight boxes of eggs and travel expenses, but there's also an option for pro Hunters and customers to agree bonuses should prizes be won so the employer doesn't walk away with everything.
Bark says Pro Hunters can expect to earn upward of £45 per hour.
Cadbury distributed nine white chocolate eggs worth £10,000, 22 worth £1,000, 66 worth £100, 700 worth 50, and £75 worth £10 last month.
The eggs are hidden in ASDA, Morrisons, Tesco, Co-op, Sainsburys, M&S, Waitrose and One Stop shops, plus a number of independent retailers.
Cadbury's hunt ends on 21st April at 11.59pm but winners have up to 21st May to claim their prize.
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