MORRISONS has slashed the price of its Prosecco to £5 – just in time for lovebirds to raise a glass of bubbly on Valentine’s Day.
The supermarket has reduced its Sorso Prosecco Spumante from £7.50 to £4.99 – a saving of £2.51 for loved-up shoppers.
Described as having a "fruity apple and pear" taste, the bottle of plonk is 75cl in size and has an alcohol by volume (ABV) content of 11 per cent.
The discount makes the Morrisons Prosecco the same price as Aldi after the discounter slashed its San Floriano Prosecco DOC to £4.99 last month.
These are the cheapest Prosecco prices we've found currently being sold by a UK supermarket, although keep your eyes peeled as we get closer to February 14 for more deals.
The offer price is available now in Morrisons stores until February 18 and on the supermarket's website until February 14, while stocks last.
If you're after something a bit more luxurious, the supermarket has also knocked down the price of its The Best Premier Cru Champagne from £21 to £19 – a drop of £3.
Both deals come as part of Morrisons' new alcohol deals, which were launched to mark the grocer being named supermarket of the year and champagne and sparkling wine retailer of the year at the Drinks Retailing Awards.
Here's what else has been reduced at Morrisons:
- The Best Vintage Cava Brut, was £9, now £7.50 – save £1.50
- The Best English Sparkling Brut NV, was £20, now £18 – save £2
- The Best Champagne Rose, was £21, now £18 – save £3
If you're ordering online, keep in mind you'll need to pay delivery costs of between £1.50 and £5 and spend at least £40.
For shoppers already planning their Valentine's Day meal, you can track down your nearest Morrisons by using the online store finder.
As always, remember to be DrinkAware.
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