Everyone who buys the calendars will be given a £5 voucher to spend in store and there's another coupon inside which could be worth up to £100.

It could be one of the only advent calendars that actually saves you money.

All you need to do to bag your vouchers is buy one of the chocolate calendars in store.

At the till, a member of staff should hand you a £5 voucher to spend – and make sure you ask for one if they don't.

A second voucher is hidden inside the calendar, and this one could be worth as much as £100.

At the very least though the voucher will be worth another £5, which will save you £10 for your next Ikea trip.

There are 75,000 advent calendars available to buy, according to MoneySavingExpert.com. Here's how many vouchers worth different amounts are up for grabs:

  • 50,000 calendars contain a £5 voucher
  • 20,000 contain a £15 voucher
  • 4,990 contain a £25 voucher
  • 10 contain a £100 voucher

It means that you'll get at least £10 worth of vouchers if you buy one of the calendars.

If you're a regular Ikea shopper, then the calendar is an easy way to save money off your next trip for little expense.

Vouchers can only be spent between December 1 and January 31, according to HotUKDeals.com.

And you can only buy a maximum of two calendars per person.

You can't spend the vouchers on online or remote orders, or on food at the Swedish Food Market or the Bistro.

You also can't use it on Ikea services such as home delivery, installation and kitchen planning.

You can use multiple vouchers at once, but if you don't use the whole voucher on a purchase, you will lose the remaining value of the coupon and won't get any change back.

Meanwhile a popular £7 slime advent calendar at Home Bargains is selling for almost five times the original price on eBay.

We've rounded up the best value advent calendars for chocolate, cheese and sweets here.

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