It’s time to stock up your freezer with the latest Co-op £5 meal deal which is in stores from 21 January 2020.
The Co-op Food’s freezer filler meal deal is always a favourite with savvy shoppers, and it provides a quick, cheap meal when you’re in a rush, or you fancy a treat.
After some easy food that won’t break the bank? Then this latest deal from the Co-op is perfect.
Plus, on top of the food, you get a tasty Carte D‘Or Tub of ice cream for dessert.
This month’s Co-op meal deal includes everything you need for a cheap and tasty family meal.
One of the reasons it’s so popular is because you make such a big saving!
If you bought all five of the frozen foods separately it would cost you £10.20, so you’re saving £5.20 on this bargain £5 fakeaway deal!
This meal deal can easily feed a family of 4 a Friday night treat. It also makes a perfect weekend treat for the kids.
Co-op £5 frozen meal deal
Here’s what you get from Co-op for £5:
- Young’s 10 Flipper Dippers 250g
- Young’s Chip Shop 2 Extra Large Fish Cakes
- McCain Oven Chips 750g
- Co-op Frozen British Garden Peas 400g
- Carte D‘Or Tub Vanilla 1l
The deal is also not available in all stores so don’t get your hopes up before heading to the shop.
A full list of Co-op stores taking part in the deal can be found here.
You’re also only able to get the big discount if you buy all five items in the same transaction
Unfortunately, you’re not able to substitute any of the foods.
This current Co-op meal deal runs until 11 February 2020.
And, don’t forget, you can get it for just £4.50 if you have an NUS card.
There’s no need to worry though. This isn’t a one-off deal and Co-op should release a new £5 meal deal at the end of the month.
Did you know that you can now get Co-op delivery in some stores!
Looking for more offers on food?
Iceland is also running a £5 big night in pizza offer where you get a pizza, side, pudding and a drink for a fiver!
Shop elsewhere? Take a look at all of the other latest supermarket offers.
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