ICELAND has launched a mega flash sale online where groceries are up to 50% off and items start as low as 50p.
The frozen food supermarket is selling Goodfella’s pizzas for only £1 and you can get your hands on frozen Greggs bakes for half price too.
This Goodfella’s pizza is down to only £1
A two pack of corned beef Greggs bakes cost £1, down from £2, which works out at 50p per slice.
The veggie versions of the bakes have also been reduced to the same price.
You can’t buy Greggs goods to cook at home in any other supermarket, so the discount is an added bonus if you’re looking to satisfying any bakery cravings.
You can also pick up a deep pan Goodfella’s pizza in Iceland’s deal for only £1 too, down from £2.50.
You can cook your Greggs favourites at home and these bakes work out to be 50p each
How to cut the cost of your grocery shop
SAVING on your shop can make a big difference to your wallet. Here are some tips from comparison site Money.co.uk about how you can cut the cost of your shopping bills:
- Write yourself a list – Only buy items that you need. If it isn’t on your list, don’t put it in the trolley
- Create a budget – Work out a weekly budget for your food shopping
- Never shop hungry – you are far more likely to buy more food if your tummy is rumbling
- Don’t buy pre-chopped veggies or fruit – The extra they’ll charge for chopping can be eye watering
- Use social media – follow your favourite retailers to find out about the latest deals
- Be disloyal – You may want to go to different stores to find the best bargains
- Check the small print – It’s always worth checking the price per kg/lb/litre when comparing offers so you’re making a like for like decision as a bigger box won’t necessarily mean you get more
- Use your loyalty cards – Don’t be afraid to sign up to them all. They all work slightly differently – work out what bonus suits you better and remember to trade in your points for additional rewards
Stone baked thin Goodfella’s favourites have been reduced too and now cost half price at £1.25.
If you’re shopping at Sainsbury’s you can expect to pay at least £1.25 more for a Goodfella’s pizza as their cheapest offer is £2.25.
Iceland does its own pizza too but its the same price as the discounted Goodfella’s so you’ll be making a bigger saving this time by going for the household brand.
Other deals include a tin of Heinz hoops which now costs only 50p, down from 80p in the offer.
The same branded spaghetti snack is an extra 15p to buy from Tesco, but you could save 15p too by switching to Tesco’s own brand versions that costs 35p each.
Loyd Grossman branded pasta sauce is in Iceland deal event for only £1.
It’s only had 50p knocked off the original price but in Tesco you would have to have a Clubcard to match the offer price.
Our final pick is the Nescafe Gold instant coffee Iceland has on offer, it’s now £1.25 when it was £2.50 before.
Buying a tin of these spaghetti hoops for Tesco works out 15p more than Iceland’s deal
You don’t have to compromise on buying off brand products when the prices are slashed like this sauce
Waking up to a coffee in the morning is always going to taste better if you bought it as a bargain
In Asda the price for this pack is £1.50 so you’ll make a better saving if you snap up the offer while it’s in Iceland’s event.
The supermarket is yet to confirm exactly when the deal ends but it does warn on its website that the discounts will disappear soon.
Of course, it’s only worth parting with your cash if you were already planning on buying the goods.
We’re also checking whether the offers are available in stores as well as online.
Online shoppers will be able to take advantage of free next day delivery if they spend over £35.
Iceland offer plenty of deals throughout the year and they ran a similar event to this last month.
Shoppers voted Iceland in second place in a poll to find out which supermarket offered the best value for money.
The supermarket has also been told to use the Welsh translation for the company name on its shop signs in Wales.