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Aldi's Selling Bottles Of Prosecco For Just £3.99 Each

Emma Rosemurgey

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Aldi's Selling Bottles Of Prosecco For Just £3.99 Each

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It's officially the weekend, and it's fair to say we deserve a few cheeky bubbles just for making it through the working week. But, it doesn't have to break the bank because good ole' Aldi has gone and slashed the price of its prosecco, meaning you can nab a bottle for just £3.99 - and if that doesn't give you the Friday feeling then we don't know what will.

The bargain deal beats off competition from the likes of Iceland, where you can currently grab a bottle of fizz for a fiver.

Credit: Aldi
Credit: Aldi

Aldi is selling discounted bottles of Castellore Prosecco Frizzante, which is said to offer flavours of peach, pear and lemons and is best served alongside some seafood or as an aperitif.

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The 75cl bottles of fizz usually cost £5.49 each, which means there's an impressive saving of £1.50 to be had on each bottle.

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Credit: Pexels

But, if you want to get your hands on a bottle or two to sip over the weekend, you're going to need to head to your local Aldi store pronto, as the deal has already sold out online.

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However, if you still need to get your hands on some sweet, sweet fizz, then you could make the most of Iceland's deal, where the supermarket is selling bottles of La Gioiosa Prosecco for just a fiver, down from £10.

Credit: Iceland
Credit: Iceland

The deal is available in stores and online until 23rd April, so there's plenty of time to enjoy it. What a time to be alive.

Other deals include Lidl's £5.49 Allini Prosecco Frizzante, which is currently the third lowest price on Prosecco, The Sun reports.

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Asda is selling bottles from £6, Morrisons from £6.25, Sainsbury's from £5.75 and Tesco also from £5.75.

But, if you really want to get in the mood for Easter, head down to Lidl, where the supermarket is selling wine that tastes just like hot cross buns.

Topics: Aldi, Tasty Drink, Prosecco, Food And Drink

Emma Rosemurgey
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