Funky variations of the traditional advent calendar are all the rage these days.
Now Lidl is getting in on the act by selling a cheese-filled advent calendar.
What's more, at £7.99, it's cheaper than those being sold at Sainsbury's and Asda.
With each door of the Ilchester British Cheese Advent Calendar enclosing a delicious miniature cheese and an equally cheesy joke to match, shoppers will be treated to a variety of makes including Jarlsberg, Double Gloucester, Cheddar.
There's also festive Wensleydale with Cranberries and Gingerbread flavour.
The calendar comes in cheaper than the same ones sold at Sainsbury's (£10) and Asda (£8), and is on sale now - earlier than its counterparts.
Lidl isn't the only supermarket chain to sell a food or booze-based advent calendar.
Aldi has brought back its wine-filled festive calendar in time for Christmas.
Behind each of the calendar's 24 doors you'll find a mini bottle of booze.
Catering to all tastes, there will be red wines, white wines and even bottles of fizz.
The bottles range in size from 187ml to 200ml.
Elsewhere, Asda is selling a Baileys advent calendar ahead of Christmas this year.
The calendar has 12 windows which all contain a bottle of the liqueur.
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