ICELAND has reduced the price of its vegetables to just 1p a bag.
It comes like competition increases Between supermarkets, it’s only a few days until Christmas dinners across the country.
Now, Iceland has joined the vegan craze and is offering shoppers at least 18p cheaper.
That’s the lowest price we’ve ever seen any supermarket advertise, even though on Christmas Eve last year an eagle-eyed shopper spotted Tesco lowering the price of vegetables. only 5p, which is an end second.
But there is a catch to Iceland’s offer.
It is only valid for bags of vegetables that normally cost £1 or less and shoppers must buy three bags at once to get the discount.
That means they could save up to £2.97 in the process.
Plus, it only takes them 3 minutes to figure out what’s going to be a mountain of greens and more – that can be easy. Store in the freezer for another day.
Richard Walker, executive director at Iceland, says: “It’s not just about winning the battle for the cheapest vegetable in the supermarket – we want to make sure everyone can have a great Christmas with their loved ones without worry. have to worry about the frequent money hangovers that follow.”
To confirm, just enter the code “ICE1VEG” at checkout.
You also have to be sure to choose next-day delivery, if you want your greens to be guaranteed to arrive in time for the big day.
But that means you need to be aware that you’ll have to spend a minimum of £40 to get your coins delivered to your door for free the next day.
So if you just love budget broccoli and more, you may have to consider whether spending the minimum total amount in the basket is worth it for coin deals – if you’ve already stocked up. Christmas that’s another £39.97 you have to find.
The greens offer isn’t in store right now, so it would have to be an online store you do to get the big discount.
The offer kicked off yesterday afternoon and shoppers have until midnight tonight to claim it, so it won’t be long before you can stock up on the full range of Christmas veggies for just a few cents in your pocket.
They will go back to full price from tomorrow, so now is the time to buy.
A supermarket’s paradise frozen aisle has also released another 180,000 delivery slot between now and Christmas Eve, so no one has to miss the delivery.
Proven Valuable Positions almost impossible will come this year.
Much as 300,000 lined up at the time for online slot games back in November, just to get their turkeys home in time.
Here’s everything you can get for 1p in Iceland online today:
- Icelandic carrots, 800g – regular 79p
- Iceland Parsnips, 660g – regular 79p
- Icelandic Broccoli, 400g – regular 79p
- Iceland British Brussels Sprouts, 500g – usually 79p
- Iceland Savoy Green Cabbage, 1 pc – regular 79p
- Iceland Curly Kale, 200g – usually £1.00
- Icelandic chickpeas, 220g – usually £1.00
- Icelandic sugar peas, 160g – usually £1.00
- Large Icelandic Flat Mushroom, 250g – usually £1.00
- Iceland canned mushrooms, 300g – usually £1.00
- Iceland Farmers Market Button Mushroom, 125g – regular 65p
- Icelandic chestnut mushrooms, 250g – usually £1.00
- Icelandic brown onions, three packs – usually £1.00
- Icelandic red onions, three packs – usually £1.00
- Icelandic onions, 1kg – usually £1.00
- Traditional Icelandic mashed potatoes, 400g – usually £1.00
- Mash Direct Carrot Parsnip & Turnip Mash, 400g – usually £1.00
- New Icelandic Baby Potatoes with Herb Butter, 360g – usually £1.00
- Icelandic carrot bat, 300g – usually 70p
- Iceland Stew Pack (Onion, Bacon, Radish and Carrot), 900g – usually £1.00
- Iceland Cut Soup Vegetables, 320g – usually £1.00
- Icelandic Garlic, 4 packs – usually £1.00
- Icelandic Garden Peas, 800g – usually £1.00
- Iceland Button Sprouts, 900g – usually £1.00
- Iceland Country Mix (carrots, peas, cauliflower, green beans), 900g – usually £1.00
- Icelandic Broccoli, 800g – usually £1.00
- Icelandic Baby Carrots, 900g – usually £1.00
- Icelandic cauliflower, 800g – usually £1.00
- Icelandic very fine whole-grain chickpeas, 900g – usually £1.00
- Iceland Floret Mix, 800g – usually £1.00
- Iceland Petit Pois Peas, 600g – usually £1.00
- Iceland Floret & Carrot Mix, 900g – usually £1.00
- Icelandic salad 900g – usually £1.00
- Icelandic Sliced Green Beans, 650g – usually £1.00
- Tenderstem Icelandic Broccoli, 180g – usually £1.00
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