The delicious treat usually costs £2 but supermarkets have slashed prices post-Christmas meaning you can get up to 75 per cent off.
Iceland's offer is the best we could find – there are over 900 stores in the UK and you can find your nearest one using its store locator tool.
If there isn't a store near you, don't worry – as you can still bag a bargain.
Tesco and Asda are the next cheapest supermarkets with the chocolate orange's costing £1.
But Tesco says its deal is only available until Valentine's Day, so you'll need to be quick.
If you're a Sainsbury's shopper, prepare to be disappointed, as the supermarket is only offering a measly 5p off taking the price down to £1.95.
Meanwhile Morrisons hasn't discounted the chocolates at all, so you'll pay twice what you need to.
Each pack contains 157g of chocolate but be warned that this is a whopping 520 calories per 100g.
You can also pick up a dark chocolate Terry's Chocolate Orange at Morrisons and Asda for £1, at Sainsbury's for £1.95 and at Tesco for the full £2.
Over Christmas, happy shoppers realised you could get special edition white Terry's Chocolate Orange.
They don't appear to be in stores in the post-Christmas period, but we're hoping they'll make a reappearance for Christmas 2019.
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