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You Can Now Get Massive Percy Pig Sweetie Jars and Piggy Banks

You Can Now Get Massive Percy Pig Sweetie Jars and Piggy Banks

Percy Pigs fans, you're in for a treat. M&S is now selling the delicious strawberry sweeties in huge glass jars - and they're the perfect gift from you to you.

The 1000g packs are filled to the brim with the more-ish piggies, and adorably, each jar features Percy's smiling face.


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Ideal for storing your Percy Pigs, the glass jars were spotted by Instagram account @kevssnackreviews, who also revealed the brand has released a Percy Pig piggy bank, too.

"New Percy Pig Sweetie Jars and Piggy Banks at M&S!" They wrote.

While the glass jars are priced at £15, the bright pink piggy banks will set you back by £10. We've got a feeling these are going to make some very tasty stocking fillers come Christmas...

And fans are already going wild over the Percy Pig offering, with one person writing: "Christmas sorted" while others tagged their family and friends as a hint.

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You can choose from a jar or a piggy bank (Credit: M&S)
You can choose from a jar or a piggy bank (Credit: M&S)

By the looks of things, both the jar and piggy bank are already available in stores. And with Ocado now offering M&S food for delivery, it might not be too long before you can get them delivered to your door.

In a joint venture with Ocado, M&S now delivers groceries from its food hall straight to your home, just like other supermarkets do.

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M&S CEO, Steve Rowe, said of the venture: "Our partnership with Ocado will create shared value for our customers, colleagues, supplier partners and shareholders, operating with a common sense of purpose and values.

"This is a transformational step forward in shaping the future of M&S and in becoming a truly digital first retailer with at least a third of the business online."

We have to get our trotters on these Percy Pig jars ASAP. Trip to M&S, anyone?

Featured Image Credit: Flickr

Topics: Tasty Food, Marks and Spencer, food news

Lucy Devine

Lucy is a journalist working for Tyla. After graduating with a master's degree in journalism, she has worked in both print and online and is particularly interested in fashion, food, health and women's issues. Northerner, coffee addict, says hun a lot. Get in touch at [email protected]