MORRISONS has sparked a supermarket price war by slashing the price of Processo to just £4.99 a bottle.
The 750ml bottle of Sorso Prosecco Spumante costs £7.50 at full price but it’s now on offer until Sunday.
The supermarket has slashed the price of the booze ahead of the bank holiday weekend
The deal launched yesterday, saving Morrisons shoppers £2.51 per bottle of the fizz for the bank holiday weekend.
The offer means that the 750ml bottle is 1p cheaper than one half the size at just 375ml, also available to buy from the supermarket.
It’s not the only supermarket using the long weekend as an excuse to sell a bargain.
The next cheapest option is Lidl’s Allini Prosecco, but it’s £1 more expensive at £5.99.
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Asda’s cheapest own-brand Prosecco Spumante, is more expensive at £5.99 but is included in a two-for-£10 deal making each bottle worth a fiver.
Of course, it’s only worth doing if you were already planning on buying two bottles of fizz.
The Prosecco discount is available at all Morrisons stores in the UK as well as online.
But if you’re shopping on the web then you’ll need to factor in the delivery charge, which is between £1.70 and £6.90, and there’s a minimum £40 spend.
So the £5 bargain price of the booze might only be worth it if you’re already doing an online shop otherwise you could find yourself going over budget.
Alternatively, you can head in-store or use the store’s free click and collect service – Morrisons has a handy locator tool to help you find your closest.
But you’ll still have to be quick as all the stock at the store is subject to availability and the cheap prices mean they will sell out fast.
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