Aldi, Sainsbury’s, Waitrose, Tesco and ASDA bank holiday deals – prosecco and champagne

Aldi, Sainsbury’s, Waitrose, Tesco and ASDA are all offering deals this bank holiday weekend on alcohol, including on prosecco and champagne, with one offering free delivery. What are the deals and how can you get them?


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Bank holiday supermarket deals


Aldi is selling its Castellore Prosecco Spumante in store and online for £5.99.

Its Castellore Prosecco Frizzante is £5.49 a bottle.

Currently the store’s Prosecco Superiore is £7.99, and has been sold for £11.70 in the past – making this a great deal.

The Veluve Monsigny Champagne Brut is £12.49 a bottle.

Additionally, Aldi is offering free delivery on wine by the case.

Normally delivery is £3, but this is an introductory deal.

The deal includes the Prosecco DOC, £29.94 for six bottles, which are £4.99 each.

It also includes the Rockstone Ridge Californian Merlot, £26.94 for six bottles, which are £4.49 each.

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In store and online customers can get a bottle of Etienne Dumont Brut Champagne for £14, down from £16.

Sainsbury’s Prosecco Frizzante is £6 a bottle.


Tesco is offering the £6 Bella Cucina Prosecco Fizzante Semi in stores and online.


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Waitrose is offering NV Glera Italian Prosecco at £7.89 a bottle in store and online.


Asda is selling its Prosecco Spumante Extra Dry for £6 a bottle in store and online.

In other supermarket news, Morrisons has released a new food box.

The supermarket claims the 11kg box will feature a collection of fruit and veg favourites.

Each box contains 135 portions of fruit & veg – meaning a family can easily eat their 5-a-day during the course of a week.

The £22 includes next-day delivery to your doorstep – meaning that those people who are vulnerable, elderly or self-isolating do not need to leave their home.

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