Instead there are tokens which can be redeemed inside any of the 1,700 Greggs stores across the United Kingdom, with the chain saying the limited-edition calendar is actually worth between £35 and £60.
Greggs' has issued an apology about an image in its festive advent calendar after receiving complaints for replacing baby Jesus with a sausage roll.
A Greggs spokeswoman told The Northern Echo: 'We're really sorry to have caused any offence, this was never our intention'.
The company is this year giving its fans a chance to enjoy varieties of its sweet and savoury treats and has released its very own special range of advert calendars.
The tokens can be taken into any branch of Greggs and exchanged for a different treat everyday, such as a Festive Bake, a Christmas latte, a mince pie or the bakery chain's signature sausage roll.
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On Christmas Eve, a £5 gift card sits behind door 24 - but some lucky customers will find a surprise £25 gift card.
The new product, bearing the greeting "Merry Greggsmas", has an rsp of £24 - but it was worth between £30 and £60, said Greggs.
But only a limited number of the calendars will go on sale in selected Greggs' shops from Monday, November 20.
The son of God is nowhere to be seen in the manger, instead there is a sausage roll surrounded by three wise men who we hope are called sausage, beans and cheese melt.
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