In order to allow chocolate fans around the country to surreptitiously send a Cadbury chocolate bar to someone special this Christmas, Cadbury has announced the reintroduction of its well-liked Secret Santa postal service. This year, Cadbury’s is increasing its generosity by doubling and lowering barriers to participation in Secret Santa, enabling 120,000 individuals nationally to gift chocolate in secret.
This will be the fifth consecutive year that the company has organized the fun event, which has grown over the years into a beloved tradition honoring the joy and warmth of giving to others at Christmas. Over the years, nearly 100,000 people have donated Cadbury chocolate in an anonymous manner.
The opportunity is supported by the brand’s 2022 Christmas advice which stars the wholesome postie named Jeff who is seen in his sorting office in Bournville preparing to deliver the massive 120,000 chocolate bars available to send for free across the nation. Cadbury is once again teaming up with Trussell Trust donating 75,000 Dairy Milk bars to the organization this Christmas.
- The rumors are real, according to Cadbury’s Senior Brand Manager Emma Paxton. Our beloved Secret Santa tradition is returning and bigger than ever this year. This year, we wanted to make Secret Santa more accessible than ever and spread that generosity throughout the country because at Cadbury, we’re all about encouraging generosity and we think everyone has a bar and a half in them.
“As a result, starting today, you’ll notice our postal service appearing on posters all over the nation, enabling 120,000 people to send chocolate covertly to a loved one this holiday season. With the help of our fantastic postman Jeff, of course, we hope that our campaign inspires the nation to get into the holiday spirit and participate in Secret Santa.
So how can you send a chocolate treat to a loved one this holiday season? Here is all the information you require.
When will you be able to join in?
The posters will be popping up across the country in over 200 locations from today (November 14) until December 24 with bars released every day to ensure as many people as possible have the opportunity to become a Secret Santa. To find out if a Cadbury Secret Santa Postal Service will be popping up near you, visit the official Secret Santa website.
How to get involved
According to a Cadbury’s spokesperson, to be in with a chance of sending a delicious chocolate treat to someone special, you will need to scan one of the QR codes which can be found on digital posters in bus stops, high streets, and train stations across the UK. The code will take you to the digital postal service where you will be shown if there is a bar in stock for you and if there is, you will be taken through steps to send your chocolate bar secretly to someone special.
If there aren’t any in stock when a Secret Santa scans, fear not, you can also get involved by visiting Cadbury Gifts Direct Secret Santa Shop to purchase more delicious treats and send to someone in secret.
What are Secret Santa’s rules?
Members of a group of friends, family, or coworkers draw random names to become someone’s Secret Santa. The Secret Santa is given a wish list of gift ideas to choose from to give to their chosen giftee. After opening their present, the giftee has to guess which member of the group was their Secret Santa.
How do you make a Secret Santa?
How to Organise Your Work’s Secret Santa
- 1) Explain the rules. Although Secret Santa is a game that many of us have played, some people might never have heard of it or may be new to the concept. …
- 2) Put names in a hat. …
- 3) Decide on the budget and date. …
- 4) Give everyone details. …
- 5) Organise the gift exchange.
Why is it called Secret Santa?
If you’ve played Secret Santa before, you know the drill: A group of people is assigned to buy a gift for another person anonymously. The game is named like so because the gift receivers have no idea who their “secret Santa”
How do you play Secret Santa online?
- Set a budget and pick a date.
- Gather participant wish lists.
- Draw names with an online tool like Elfster or Giftster.
- Mail gifts to recipients.
- Exchange gifts via video call.