SAINSBURY’S has unveiled its Valentine’s Day meal deal and it includes oysters, steak and GU desserts.
Lovebirds can choose a starter, main, side, dessert, plus a bottle of wine or chocolates for £20 or less on a selection of items at the supermarket.
The meal deal, which is available in stores and online between February 10 and February 14, is a posh stay-at-home option while restaurants remain closed due to coronavirus restrictions.
How much you save in the deal depends on the combination of food you choose.
You'll only save cash in the offer if your meal would normally come to more than the £20 limit, otherwise you'll pay the standard price.
We checked today's individual product prices on the Sainsbury's website and found you can save £5.95 in the deal when purchasing the most expensive meal combination.
What’s included in the Morrisons £15 Valentine’s Day meal deal?
IF you’re hungry for love, here’s what you’ll find on offer as part of Sainbury’s Valentine’s Day meal deal.
- Taste the Difference Scallop Gratin (200g) – usually £3.25
- Taste the Difference Antipesto Selection (105g) – usually £3.25
- Taste the Difference Breaded Camembert (200g) – usually £2.50
- Taste the Difference Prawn Cocktail (170g) – usually £2.80
- Taste the Difference Bresaola (80g) – usually £3.40
- Taste the Difference Prosciutto di Speck (80g) – usually £2.75
- Butternut Squash Rosti Stack (316g) – usually £3.50
- Scottish Shellfish 6 Oysters (360g) – TBC
- Sweet Chilli Breaded Prawns (180g) – usually £2.75
- Scottish Mussels in Garlic Butter (500g) – usually £2.25
- Harbour Smokehouse Salmon (100g) – usually £2.25
- Goatsbridge Rainbow Trout Pate (125g) – usually £2.50
- The Good Tide White & Brown Crab Meat (100g) – usually £3.50
- Taste the Difference Sirloin Steaks with Heart Butter – TBC
- Plant Pioneers 2 Vegan Steaks 227g – usually £3
- Taste the Difference Salmon en croute (470g) – usually £4.75
- Taste the Difference Fish Pie (800g) – usually £6.50
- Taste the Difference Mozzarella & Cherry Tomato Pizza (480g) – usually £4.50
- Taste the Difference Chicken & King Prawn Paella (800g) – usually £6
- Taste the Difference Pesto Crusted Cod & Ratatouille (760g) – usually £10
- Taste the Difference Nut Roast with Cranberry Glaze (550g) – TBC
- Taste the Difference Lasange (800g) – usually £6
- Taste the Difference Lamb Moussaka (800g) – usually £6
- Taste the Difference Chicken with Spinach, Bacon and Mushroom (450g) – usually £8
- Taste the Difference Cottage Pie (800g) – usually £6
- Taste the Difference Beef Bourguignon (500g) – usually £8
- Taste the Difference Vintage Cheddar Mac & Cheese (750g) – usually £6
- Lamb Shanks with Redcurrants (750g) – TBC
- Scottish Mussels in White Wine (500g) – usually £2.25
- Sea Bass with Soy, Ginger and Chilli (210g) – usually £4
- Duck Fillets (340g) – usually £8
- Taste the Difference Triple Cooked Chips (400g) – usually £2.70
- Taste the Difference Potato Dauphinoise (400g) – usually £2.70
- Taste the Difference Cauliflower Cheese (400g) – usually £2.70
- Taste the Difference Mash (400g) – usually £1.80
- Taste the Difference Garlic Flatbread (195g) – usually £2.25
- Green vegetables Selection (260g) – usually £2.25 (currently on offer of £1.75)
- Garlic Baguette x2 (420g) – usually £1.65 (currently on offer for £1.30)
- McCain Shake Shake Fries (300g) – usually £2.00 (currently on offer for £1.50)
- Sainsbury’s Strawberries (250g) – usually £2.20
- GU Zillionaire’s Cheesecakes (2x 83.5g) – usually £3.30
- GU Lemon Cheesecakes (2x 79g) – usually £3.30
- GU Salted Caramel Cheesecakes (2x 90g) – usually £3.30
- GU Chocolate Melting Puds (2x 100g) – usually £3.30
- GU Sticky Toffee Pudding (2x85g) – usually £3.30
- GU Key Lime Pie (2x78g) – usually £3.30
- GU FreeFrom Salted Caramel Cheesecakes (2x83g) – usually £3.50
Wine or chocolate:
- Mondelli Rosato (750ml) – usually £5
- Vina Maipo Sauvignon Blanc (750ml) – usually £5
- Laughing Llama Merlot (750ml) – usually £5
- Edizione 789 Di Mondelli Prosecco (750ml) – usually £6.25
- Cocoa & Co Salted Caramel Truffles (140g) – TBC
- Cocoa & Co Biscuit Butter Truffles (140g) – TBC
Outside the deal, The Good Tide White & Brown Crab Meat starter will set you back £3.50 and the Pesto Crusted Cod & Ratatouille costs £10.
Pair them with the Taste the Difference Potato Dauphinoise side for £2.70 and wash it down with a bottle of Edizione 789 Di Mondelli Prosecco at £6.25.
Add in the GU FreeFrom Salted Caramel Cheesecakes normally priced at £3.50, and the whole meal would cost £25.95.
But you won't save anything in the Valentine's Day deal if you choose the cheapest options.
For example, the smokehouse salmon starter usually costs £2.25, while two vegan steaks for main is normally price at £3.
Adding a side of garlic bread for £1.50, a bottle of Mondelli Rosato for £5, and Sainsbury's strawberries for £2.20, the total comes to £13.95 – and this is what you’ll pay.
Some items are not currently available to buy separately so we couldn't include them in our price comparison so you may be able to save even more in the deal.
We've asked Sainsbury's for more information on what these cost and will update this piece when we hear back.
It's not the cheapest Velentine's Day supermarket meal deal though.
Morrisons is offering a starter, main, two sides, dessert and drinks or chocolate for £15.
The Co-op also announced its February 14 offering for £15, which includes one starter, main, side, dessert and bottle of fizz, or £12 if you swap the booze for a soft drink.
In total, there are 53 different options to choose from at Sainsbury's but the selection differs in Scotland and the deal is not available in Northern Ireland.
If you're already planning how you'll spend February 14, check out the Sainsbury’s store locator to track down your nearest supermarket.
If you're an online shopper, you'll need to factor in a delivery cost, which will vary depending on where and when you get your food delivered.
Here's how we rated all the Valentine's Day supermarket meal deals from 2020 including Tesco, M&S and Aldi.
Morrisons was rated highest with its impressive savings of £19.20 and a decent selection of food.
But Sainbury's was least impressive with a saving of £2.10 and a weak choice of grub.
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