The new Iceland meal deal costs just £5 and you get a lot for your money. Get your freezer at the ready and stock up while it’s on offer.
Iceland running an awesome meal deal which costs just £5 – and you get a lot for your money.
With a choice of main, sides and a desert, you can mix and match food options to please a vegetarian diet.
You can pick up the bundle offer online and instore for an cheap fakeaway treat.
Get your freezer at the ready!
Iceland meal deal
Everyone loves a meal deal from the supermarkets as they can save you money and are usually a good family favourite dinner.
If you’re looking to stock up your freezer, or you fancy an easy cheap meal for the family, then this meal deal will have you sorted.
It’ll aslo help you stop getting a cheeky take out.
For just £5 you can get a takeaway bundle which includes a pizza, chicken, chips, and a dessert.
You save more than 50% with this offer and it’s perfect for a night in.
What can you choose?
You’re able to mix and match Goodfella’s stonebaked Margherita or pepperoni pizzas.
Then, add on a chicken to the bundle.
You can either choose Birds Eye 12 Chicken Dippers or Birds Eye Green Cuisine 10 Veggie Fingers.
Onto step three of the deal and you get McCain Waffle Fries or McCain Firecracker Wedges.
For pudding, there are some classic family favourite with a 6 pack of Cornettos – pick from either the classic cone or strawberry.
Priced individually, you’d be paying £10.50 for this deal, so you’ll save £5.50
> Take a look at the Iceland £5 Take-Away Bundle.
Don’t forget to take a look at Iceland discount codes to make your online shop even cheaper :)
And remember, you get free delivery from Iceland when you spend over £40.
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