Poundland has apologised after their luxury pack of a dozen festive crackers left partygoers bemused when they all contained the same gifts.
Customers have been complaining to the store after pulling the dozen crackers and found inside either 12 nail clippers, plain white notepads or nail files.
Some of the crackers are even reported to have come without jokes, no coloured hats or with nothing in at all, despite being branded as the store's luxury crackers costing £5.
On the back of the box, the gifts claimed to include nail clippers, nail files, keyrings, a bottle opener, playing cards among others.
Customer Linda Dagless bought a pack of 12 crackers from a Poundland branch in Norwich and was excited to open them with her family on the big day
Customer Linda Dagless bought a pack of 12 crackers from a Poundland branch in Norwich and was excited to open them with her family on the big day.
But she and daughters, Kya Dagless, 18, and Courtney Dagless, 21, were left feeling let down when they realised each cracker contained exactly the same gift inside.
Ms Dagless, 42, said: 'I bought the crackers for Christmas Day and they were such a disappointment.
'I thought I'd pay a bit more for them because it said they were luxury but when we pulled them all, we found 12 pairs of nail clippers. It was ridiculous.
'After about the fourth cracker it became a bit of a joke. Every time Kya and her sister pulled one they were like 'is it going to be another pair?'
'Poundland gave us a £5 gift