Everyone can get £10 off their shop at Iceland supermarket this weekend – here’s how

For anyone that’s planning on heading out for the weekly shop this weekend, you may want to pop to Iceland supermarket, as the popular supermarket has just unveiled a very easy way for all customers to get a discount on their next visit.

Over the next four days, Daily Mirror readers will be able to get £10 off a £40 shop in store.

To get the discount, you’ll just need to pick up a copy of the Daily Mirror at some point over the next four days, which will include a £10 off voucher.

The money off coupon will be in the Daily Mirror tomorrow on Friday (6th), as well as on Saturday (7th), Saturday (8th) and Monday (9th).

The only catch is that you’ll need to use your voucher in store by the time Iceland and Food Warehouse stores close on Monday 9th December 2019.

The money off coupon will work on absolutely everything in store, including alcohol, Frozen 2 toys or even the Christmas food shop.

Iceland is famed for its frozen goods, which can be bought now with the discount and saved until Christmas day.

Top picks include Iceland’s range of turkeys for all budgets, such as their Easy Carve Turkey Joint wrapped in bacon for only £6 (serves 6-8), award winning Easy Carve Perfect Turkey Crown as seen on their TV advert for £16 (serves 8-10) and even a huge 4kg Easy Carve Whole Turkey wrapped in bacon serving 12-14 guests for £26… if you can fit it in the freezer, that is!

If you’d rather go for something a little more wild, there’s also an Easy Carve stuffed duck for £10, as well as plenty of meat-free options, with the store famed for its impressive vegan range. This year, there’s even a Vegan No Turkey Christmas Dinner for £3…

For dessert, we spotted Iceland’s Luxury Melt in The Middle Pudding oozing with salted caramel for £6, as well as a statement Croquembouche (essentially a a 60 profiterole tower) for £5, including the stand.

Iceland shoppers will know about the brand’s giant one metre Olaf from Disney’s Frozen 2 all too well, which is now £30, reduced from £40. Meaning you could pick up Olaf – plus a few Christmas puddings – for £30 with the voucher.

Disclaimer: Offer excludes the purchase of alcohol in Scotland.

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