Others expressed a concern for the condition of the eggs.
The news of the big trifle comes just one day after Cadbury revealed their white chocolate version of their beloved Creme Egg - which could win you £2,000 if you are lucky enough to find one.
But clever egg-hunters have found a way to check if your Creme Egg is going to be white chocolate or not without even opening it.
The revelation comes after one Twitter user spotted a bunch of creme eggs in his local Sainsbury's that appeared to have been wrapped and unwrapped again by employees on the hunt for the prize.
The new white editions will come in the same purple, red and yellow wrapping as milk chocolate editions, meaning shoppers are unable to differentiate from the outside.
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And it's only on sale at one major supermarket - Tesco, which is running a three for £1 deal on the chocolate eggs.
Manufacturers have confirmed there's an extremely easy way to identify the white eggs, which are only available in UK.
But Kirstybryant said: "Creme eggs".
Tasmin Dawes tweeted: "Every single creme egg in the co-op clearly already been opened and re wrapped.... somethings telling me this definitely isn't a white one".
There are believed to be 371 winning Creme Eggs on the shelves across the country. One egg worth £1,000 will be released somewhere in mainland United Kingdom each week, over 13 weeks.
Co-op - 1 egg worth £2,000 and 90 worth £200.