12 Best Advent Calendars

Festive fun to fit every taste and budget

From books, chocolates, and toys to beauty, beer and cheese, these advent calendars starting at £8 to less than £100 (or less than 50 pence — £4.25 per day), are sure to please:

£.50 or less per day
Disney Storybook (£8) — The 24 books includes adventures of 101 Dalmatians, The Lion King, Mickey Mouse and Friends, Toy Story, Winnie the Pooh, and more.

Monty Bo Jangles (£9.99) — This advent calendar filled with six different chocolate truffle flavors (3 flavors in the vegan calendar).

£1 — £1.50 or less per day

Mini Brands (£19.99) — This collector’s item features the most popular minis from previous Mini Brand Series and 4 never-before-seen minis.

LEGO® (£21.99) — 24 buildable treats from LEGO® City, and Friends to favorite characters from Guardians of the Galaxy and Harry Potter.

T2 (£22) — Sip the Future Hello advent calendar includes either 24 individually wrapped tea bags or packaged loose leaf teas.

Bonne Maman (£25.99) — Everyday enjoy a different jam, marmalade or spread, including unusual combinations such as apricot with bergamot and pineapple with yuzu.

Chuckling Cheese (£34.99) — Say 'Merry Cheesemas' with 8 different wheels of cheese, including a limited edition and a mystery one.

~£2.50 per day

BrewDog (£59.95) — Features 24 beers, including core, headliners, new, seasonal and advent calendar exclusives along with a special glass.

Biscuiteers (£60) — The keepsake advent tin includes 24 festively decorated vanilla biscuits of bears, birds, cats, crocodiles and more.

~£3.50 per day

John Lewis (£85) — Wine advent calendar with 24 mini 187 ml bottles of red, rose and white wine.

Less than £4.25 per day

L'Occitane En Provence (£99) — Contains 24 of their best-selling body, fragrance and skin care products worth £132.

Master of Malt (£99.95) — Their Premium Gin, Spiced Rum and Whiskey Explorer each include 24 30 ml glass samples from some of the world’s top producers.

Best of all — they come wrapped and ready to give!


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