It's the chocolate that is notorious for going up and down in price, ranging from £2.99 to just £1.
But now shoppers have pointed out that there's a much cheaper way to get your hands on the flavour of a Terry's Chocolate Orange - by buying a themed Easter egg.
The Easter egg version of the fruit-shaped treat is on sale for £1.99 at discount store B&M - half the price it's sold for at Tesco, where it costs £4.
A normal Terry's Chocolate Orange is just 157g but the Easter egg, which comes with two bars, weighs in at 266g - giving you more treat for your money.
Sainsbury's and Poundland currently sell the segmented chocolate treat for just £1, but elsewhere it ranges in price from £1.49 at Lidl to £2.99 at Asda.
The Easter egg on the other hand sells for just £1.99 at B&M - and the value-for-money offer has sent dealhunters wild.
The low price was pointed out by savvy shoppers on the Hot UK Deals website, and now Terry's fans are clamouring to get their hands on the cheap treat before Easter.
As one savvy shopper pointed out, the egg itself is also orange-flavoured.
Morrisons has also reduced the price of its 800g King of the Eggs from £12 to £5 online and in certain stores, including in Anlaby and Hadleigh in Essex.
The egg is milk chocolate and is splattered with white chocolate in the style of paint splats.