Waitrose may well have topped a recent Which? survey on customer satisfaction but not everyone links it with deals, offers and entry priced wines. However, their latest promotion – which begins this morning and runs until 11 July – discounts prices on over a hundred wines in various forms with prices starting at £4.99. Here are some of its highlights. As usual, click on any picture for an enlarged image to help you find the bottle in a crowded display.
Lidl’s latest “while stocks last” promotion begins today with 30+ different wines; they start from £4.99 and all have a clear Mediterranean flavour. Once again the promotion contains great value wines and is led this time by four or five from Spain around, or under, a fiver – perfect for summer drinking. As before, there are also a couple of good value wines from other retailers. Click on any of the bottles shown for an enlarged image to help you pinpoint the wine on a crowded display.
They must work well because another of Sainsbury’s “25% off promotions” starts today and applies when customers buy 6 or more bottles in store and online; it runs until Tuesday 6 June 2017. As before, the deal covers all wines including those already on promotion but does not apply to “Convenience” branches or in Scotland (where the law prohibits multi-buy discounts) but do check in store before you start loading your trolley.
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Selecting a term
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