If you’re lucky enough to share your name with a very famous poultry brand, you can land yourself a free turkey from Iceland this year.
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Whether you’re on a tight budget or you just like a freebie, you may be able to sort out your Christmas Day dinner (plus leftovers!).
Iceland is giving away free turkeys to anyone who shares their name with the famous poultry brand.
So, if you are called Bernard Matthews or Bernadette Matthews head to your local Iceland.
Just show your ID (passport or driving licence) then walk out with a Bernard Matthews Golden Norfolk Basted Turkey Crown absolutely free!
It may be a long shot, but if you are Bernard or Bernadette then you’ve got 17th December to get your turkey, or until stocks last.
This offer is running in UK Iceland stores only (sorry online shoppers), and you can only claim one per person.
For any Bernards or Bernadettes reading, you also cannot get your freebie from Food Warehouse or The Range stores who stock Iceland food.
Cheap turkey for everyone else
Even if you’re not Bernard or Bernadette, you can still get a deal.
Iceland has reduced the cost of their Bernard Matthews Golden Norfolk Basted Turkey Crown from £15 to £10 as part of their 7 day deal.
The crown weighs between 2kg and 3kg and can serve 6 – 10 portions.
The price drop makes the Iceland turkey can get you a saving of £8.71 compared with a Morrisons alternative.
It’s cheaper than other supermarkets too (prices as of 12 December), with Tesco selling a similar size turkey for £12 and Sainsbury’s selling their turkey at £12.50.
Aldi is selling a turkey crown for £13.49 (was £13.99) and Lidl is selling theirs at £13.99, so you know you’re getting a good price.
You’re only able to get the turkey from Iceland at the reduced price until 17 December 2019.
Make sure to get some room in the freezer, but set a reminder on your alarm to start defrosting your turkey on Christmas Eve.
Is it worth changing your name?
While £10 is a decent saving on your turkey (imagine how many pigs in blankets you could buy instead), changing your name legally via deed poll would cost more and would take too long.
At the moment, there are some live Iceland discount codes to get money off when you shop online.
Also, be sure to check out their other 7 days deals running over Christmas as there are loads of bargains to be had!
They are still selling the giant cuddly Olaf teddy too if you’re looking for a magical Christmas present for a Frozen fan.
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