CHRISTMAS markets with free food and drink are popping up all over the UK – but you'll have to be quick.
The festive stalls are part of Tesco's annual jolly efforts – with Santa visiting for the kids and games galore, too.
Christmas-themed tasters and drinks are spread out across a number of stalls, which are covered in twinkling lights and mistletoe.
But, Brits have to get in quick or they'll miss out – most of the markets only pop up for one day in each location, and then they're gone again.
TikTok user Emilie Musson visited her local pop-up in Nottingham – and raved about it to her followers.
She showed off all the treats she got to try – including booze and zero-percent alcohol drinks.
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Ellie shared the clip ho her account @emilie_musson, and said: "These are completely free, and they're popping up all across the country.
"They have loads of free samples for you to try of all your favourite Christmas goodies.
"These are honestly so cute and they just feel so festive – there's loads of different things to try.
"The staff were so friendly and showed us all the different products to try.
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"They also had a little Father Christmas for the children to go visit as well – it was really cute.
"You could also spin this wheel to try win a mystery prize."
Brits have been heading along to Christmas markets and events, and sharing their thoughts for weeks.
Visitors recently shared their opinions on the UK's most bizarre Christmas market.
It's there that festive stalls sell kinky lingerie, sex toys and dead animals from inside Fred West's old prison cell.
Elsewhere, families recently slammed a Santa's grotto after being charged £135 for the two-hour festive experience.
Meanwhile, arents who visited Manchester's famous Christmas market this week branded it "rubbish", "expensive" and "unoriginal".
Marketgoers were raging after being asked to fork out £15 for a traditional hog roast roll, £9 for a simple sandwich and £5.50 for a small glass of festive mulled wine.
Elsewhere, visitors say they were left horrified by a market's £8 sausage and a one-beer rule – but have found a way to beat the policy.
Locals slammed the festive fair in Birmingham for its expensive prices and alcohol crackdown.
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