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Iceland has launched a ‘fantastic’ Sunday lunch meal deal in time for Easter – and it only costs £10 for four

ICELAND has launched a “fantastic” Sunday lunch meal deal for just £10 for four.

The frozen food specialist is offering the Aunt Bessie’s roast bundle just in time for Easter.

The Aunt Bessie’s Sunday lunch bundle works out at just £3 per head

Shoppers can choose from one meat joint plus three sides or desserts for just £10, which means it works out at just £2.50 per head.

When we checked online, the meal offer was originally £12, however, the retailer has an online offer for today only (March 24) which means you can grab the deal for a tenner.

Iceland customers have already been rushing to stock up their freezers for next weekend.

One person wrote on Facebook: Fantastic same-day delivery from Gosport today. Delivered on time and everything was in stock and perfect.”

Another added: “That’s all my Easter shopping done and dusted.”

While a third commented: “Very nice, good deal.”

Customers can choose from the following meat joints:

  • Aunt Bessie’s bacon-topped chicken crown (usually £8)
  • Aunt Bessie’s crackling pork joint with salt and pepper (usually £8)
  • Aunt Bessie’s slow-cooked shin of beef (usually £8)
  • Aunt Bessie’s slow-cooked shoulder of lamb (usually £10)

With a choice from the following sides or desserts:

  • Aunt Bessie’s 12 golden yorkshires (usually £2)
  • Aunt Bessie’s honey glazed parsnips (usually £2.50)
  • Aunt Bessie’s sweet & tasty carrot and swede mash (usually £2.50)
  • Aunt Bessie’s cauliflower cheese topped with a crispy breadcrumb (usually £2.50)
  • Aunt Bessie’s 10 sage & onion stuffing balls (usually £2.50)
  • Aunt Bessie’s apple crumble (usually £2)
  • Aunt Bessie’s jam roly poly (usually £2)
  • Aunt Bessie’s sticky toffee pudding (usually £2)
  • Aunt Bessie’s crispy and fluffy roasties (usually £2.75)


Buying the deal rather than choosing to buy the deal separately can save you up to £8.25.

Bear in mind that when buying off the Iceland website there is delivery charges to add on top.

However, if you are planning on doing a bigger shop, you can get free delivery if your order is over £40.

The Iceland and Food Warehouse website is currently offering seven days of Easter deals, so you will need to be quick if you want to bag this specific offer, as things could change over the next few days.

If you would rather visit a physical store you can use the locator tool on Icelands website to find out where your local branch is.

Remember that is is always good to shop around before committing to spending your money.

You can use price comparison sites such as Trolley.co.uk and Google Shopping to compare online prices across different retailers.

Over the next week, there are sure to be many supermarkets dropping their prices as they compete to get your Easter cash.

Just this week we revealed the exact date that one supermarket is reducing the cost of its veg to just 15p.

Price wars will be hotting up next week, so make sure to keep your eyes peeled for the best offers.

Meanwhile, if you are still on the lookout for cheap Easter chocolate, we spotted one retailer selling Miky Bar eggs for just 10p.

If it is hot cross buns you are after, we aput to the test hot cross buns from eight different supermarkets to find the best – and the cheapest cost just 31p.

You might be feeling a little overwhelmed if you are still on the hunt for your Easter eggs, as there is a lot of choice out there right now.

However, we have tried to help narrow things down and scoured the supermarkets for the best deals.

Here we reveal where you can go to get the cheapest deal for Easter eggs this week.

How to save on your supermarket shop

THERE are plenty of ways to save on your grocery shop.

You can look out for yellow or red stickers on products, which show when they’ve been reduced.

If the food is fresh, you’ll have to eat it quickly or freeze it for another time.

Making a list should also save you money, as you’ll be less likely to make any rash purchases when you get to the supermarket.

Going own brand can be one easy way to save hundreds of pounds a year on your food bills too.

This means ditching “finest” or “luxury” products and instead going for “own” or value” type of lines.

Plenty of supermarkets run wonky veg and fruit schemes where you can get cheap prices if they’re misshapen or imperfect.

For example, Lidl runs its Waste Not scheme, offering boxes of 5kg of fruit and vegetables for just £1.50.

If you’re on a low income and a parent, you may be able to get up to £442 a year in Healthy Start vouchers to use at the supermarket too.

Plus, many councils offer supermarket vouchers as part of the Household Support Fund.

Do you have a money problem that needs sorting? Get in touch by emailing squeezeteam@thesun.co.uk.

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