Quick! The GIANT Toblerone Amazon Black Friday deal is back, but it won't last

Get 30 inches of Toblerone in this Black Friday Amazon deal and feed your whole family for a month (maybe)

Toblerone Black Friday
(Image credit: Tobelerone/Amazon)

You're no doubt fully aware that the Black Friday sales are now in full swing and you're probably wondering what the best Black Friday deals are this year.

Well, wonder no longer because we've scoured every corner of every retailer's website and we have turned up GOLD. Or, to be precise, a MASSIVE gold-coloured box that's filled with sweet, sweet milk chocolate with honey and almond nougat.

Yes, it's the biggest Toblerone you will ever see in your life and if you're a Toblerone fan (and who isn't?) we guarantee you will want this IN your life. It'll probably take you until Black Friday 2022 to eat it.

Weighing in at a frankly ridiculous 4.5 KILOS and normally selling for £73.99, you can snap up this chocolate monster for just £49.99 today only, saving £29.00 (32%).

Buy the 4.5kg Toblerone Jumbo Bar from Amazon now.

The bar is about 78cm long. That's 30 inches, or two and a half feet, which is half the height of some people! Seriously, do not attempt to eat this Toblerone bar all at once. Pace yourself, or get some friends round to take on the challenge. Or melt it and drink it all down in one go. No, don't do that.

This is the largest Toblerone in production so you won't find one bigger, unless you buy two and stick them together, at which point you will have become a record breaker and you will have earned your place in history.

Toblerone Jumbo Bar 4.5kg: was £73.99, now £44.99

Toblerone Jumbo Bar 4.5kg: was £73.99, now £44.99
Is this the best Black Friday deal you've ever seen? Amazon says: "Delicious Swiss chocolate infused with honey and almond nougat, made using a selection of cocoa beans from different parts of the world, Californian almonds and Mexican honey." We say: "BRING IT ON!"

Robert Jones

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