And it doesn't matter whether you just want to put them on the table during Christmas Day or decorate the home even earlier before pulling – they will look great for either.
Debenhams' table decorations contain four packs each, and they all include three Ferrero Rochers at a total of 37.5g per decoration, giving shoppers chocolate weighing a total of 150g.
They also include a foil hat and trivia card to make your Christmas meal extra festive.
The crackers at Sainsbury's are bigger and only contain one per pack, although it also contains more chocolate at 210g.
But it's still an expensive price tag for the decorations if you calculate the usual cost of the popular chocolates.
The decorations at Debenhams are currently discounted to £13.50, down from £15, while Sainsbury's charges £10 for each cracker.
Meanwhile, a box of 16 Ferrero Rocher chcocolates weighing 200g costs £3.50 at Asda, or you can pick up any three for £10 at Morrisons, meaning you pay more than a tenner for just the decorations at Debenhams.
But if you desperately want the crackers, you can order them online at Debenhams while the Sainsbury's crackers are so far only available in stores.
Debenhams has not yet clarified whether their crackers are available in store too, but Sainsbury's has told The Sun it'll launch the crackers online in the next few weeks, but could not give an exact date.
Crackers are a great way to engage the whole family at Christmas, and last year Brits were expected to pull 154 million crackers.
Iceland got in on the trend early this year – it is currently flogging giant L.O.L Surprise Christmas crackers for just £3 each.
But if you're instead spending Christmas with a majority of adults, you will love Christmas crackers that contain double shots of gin.
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