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Asda and Co-Op Are Doing Valentines Meal Deals- Would You Get One?

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20th January 2018, 8:00 AM
  • Bargain bundles for £6 and £15
  • Get a three course meal and a bottle of wine at Asda for £15
  • Co-op is only £6, but no less food and no booze
  • Would you want one?
Would you treat your partner to a Valentine’s Day meal deal? Image: Co-op

Asda and Co-op are offering savvy couples a cheaper option for Valentines Day, with bargain meal deals.

Asda is offering a three course meal for two with a bottle of wine for just £15.

Bargain hunters can choose between a continental meat platter, cheesy Cornish camembert, cherry tomato and mozzarella tartlets, or runny scotch eggs as a starter.

For a mains, the options are a rump steak, pasta primavera, duck breast, pork and chorizo stew, or chicken and asparagus.

Duck breast is one of the options as part of Asda's Valentine's Day meal deal. Image: Asda

Sides include chunky chips and garlic stuffed mushrooms, and puddings are a New York cheesecake or a lemon and blueberry posset, as some of the options.

The meal deal runs in stores and online form 8th February, and lasts until the 15th February.

Co-op’s offering is cheaper than Asda, but booze isn’t included in the deal.

Its’ bargain bundle includes a main for two, and two side dishes, or one side and a dessert.

You can choose between a steak, lasagne, or a vegetarian mushroom wellington for the main.

Co-op's Irresistible melt in the middle chocolate pudding are part of the meal deal. Image: Co-op

Side dishes include chips, mash, and asparagus, and you can pick from chocolate pudding,

champagne tort, or a punnet of strawberries for dessert.

Co-op’s deal runs for longer than Asda, it starts on 31st January and runs until 20th February.

You can save even more on your Co-op meal deal by getting an NUS card- but you don’t need to be a student to get one, find out more here.

If you’re planning on doing a home cooked meal, AmazonFresh groceries were found to be cheaper than other supermarkets, so you can save by getting ingredients from there.

Would you be happy with a Valentine’s Day meal deal?

We asked members of our Latest Deals bargain hunting community what they’d think if their partners got them one of Co-op or Asda’s offerings.

Clara said, “I’d rather cook my wife a meal at home, as it’s cheaper than going out, and it’s really the thought that counts.”

Tracy said, “I’d worry that hell might have frozen over!”

Hannah said, “I’d love it- we’ve never been out for Valentine’s Day, give me an intimate setting any day.”

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