Win Chocolate Easter Gift with Hotel Chocolat's Online Easter Egg Hunt

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Successful hunters gain entry into luxury Easter Hamper prize draw.

In the spirit of Easter, the British chocolate phenomenon Hotel Chocolat is running an Online Easter Egg Hunt; open to anyone and everyone with Internet access.

Rather than having to hunt through thorny thickets, Hotel Chocolat is instead inviting you to put your feet up and join in from the comfort of your home or office. Much more convenient we're sure you'll agree -- and far fewer grass stains too!

Easter egg hunters first have to follow an online trail to test your chocolate knowledge and find answers to a seasonal puzzle. Once deciphered, the puzzle will reveal a password that will unlock a secret area of the Hotel Chocolat website. Lucky entrants will then have the opportunity to enter a free prize draw to win a chocolate Easter gift - one of twenty decadently delicious Hotel Chocolat Easter Hampers!    

In addition to the luxury Hotel Chocolat Easter Hampers on offer, every person that successfully finds the secret word will win free delivery on any order from the Hotel Chocolat range.

For the chance to win one of these luxurious prizes for your own indulgence, or as a chocolate Easter gift for a loved one, please visit The Hotel Chocolat Online Easter Egg Hunt will close on Monday 2 April.

About Hotel Chocolat

Hotel Chocolat, the UK chocolate retailer, was founded over ten years ago by entrepreneurs Angus Thirlwell and Peter Harris with a vision of making chocolate exciting again for UK consumers bored by the mediocrity of what was available in supermarkets and on the high street.

Using quality, authentic ingredients is an ethos that has been fundamental at Hotel Chocolat since the beginning and the 'no nasties' approach bans the use of additives such as hydrogenated vegetable fat and artificial colours in order to let the pure chocolate flavours and aromas through.

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