A WELL-KNOWN chocolate brand is giving customers the chance to win free tickets to Glastonbury.

Tony’s Chocolonely have partnered with Oxfam and the Glastonbury music festival to raise money to fight poverty with limited edition bars.

Five pairs of tickets to the festival will be hidden inside the bars, which will be sold in Oxfam stores around the UK.

Last year’s initiative raised nearly £45,000 for Oxfam’s work tackling poverty and inequality, which Tony’s Chocolonely say coincides with their mission to root out child labour and exploitation within the cocoa industry.

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In an attempt to raise even more funds that last year’s giveaway, the chocolate brand has created a new vegan flavour.

The limited edition Glastonbury x Tony’s Chocolonely bars come in two flavours: milk caramel sea salt and dark almond sea salt.

The bars will have five hidden Choco Coupons that can each be redeemed for 2 tickets to the famous Glastonbury Festival 2024.

The lucky fans will be able to see performers such as Dua Lipa, Coldplay, SZA, and Shania Twain, who are all set to play at this year’s festival.

Nicola Matthews, UKI head of marketing at Tony’s Chocolonely, said: “At Tony’s we understand that lasting change happens when we join forces with those who bring us closer to making our mission a reality.

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“It’s been amazing to see how our partnership made a real difference last year and we’re excited to keep the momentum going and make an even bigger impact this year.

“Oxfam and Glastonbury are incredible partners to raise awareness of the many issues that continuously affect our world.”

Child labour and widespread deforestation remains present in the chocolate industry in Ghana and Côte d’ Ivoire, with poverty understood to be the driving factor behind such exploitation.

"We're so excited to be partnering with Tony's Chocolonely and Glastonbury for a second year on this amazing prize giveaway exclusively for our shoppers,” said Lorna Fallon, Oxfam's trading director.

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“This remains an incredible opportunity to give our shoppers the chance to go to the Festival this year.

“It means even more knowing all the money raised from these fantastic chocolate bars goes towards Oxfam’s crucial work fighting poverty around the world.

“The lucky bars could be anywhere across our shop network and the Oxfam Online Shop – so the race is definitely on!”

The limited-edition Glastonbury x Tony's Chocolonely bars will be on sale exclusively at Oxfam stores and the Oxfam Online Shop from April 8 while stocks last.