Article date: 1 November 2013
If you’re the kind of person who likes to buy a case or two for Christmas, there might be no better time to order than right now. There are some seriously good deals. Here’s a handy round up:
10% off a case of 6 and free delivery (offer ends 11 November). The latest Asda recommendations are here.
33% off Pick ‘N’ Mix wines. You have to buy 2 bottles of each wine you choose and you have to choose from the Pick ‘N’ Mix range. Having said that, you’ve always had to buy 2 of the same wine to get a discount, but 33% makes this discount better than their usual ones. See the Pick ‘N’ Mix range here: www.majestic.co.uk/latest-wine-offers
25% off Festive Mixed Cases. You have to choose 2 cases from their pre-mixed festive selection to get the discount. See all the Festive Mixed Cases here.
Morrisons Cellar is offering 25% off all wine and champagne when you spend £100 or more, including free delivery. In store there’s no minimum spend. Offer ends 3 November, so no time to loose on this one. Checkout the latest Morrisons recommendations first before heading over to the Morrisons Cellar website.
25% off a case of 6. This is about a simple an offer as it gets. The offer is on wine and champagne, excludes Scotland and ends 3 November. See our Sainsbury’s recommendations first.
Extra 15% off when you buy 2 or more cases. Offer ends 5 November. There’s also Clubcard boost on Tesco’s Finest range. Checkout the Tesco recommendations here and then head over to Tesco Wine By The Case
25% off all wine and champagne, including free delivery. Offer ends 5 November. You need to buy 12 bottles online, but only 6 in store. It’s another cracking offer and another great reason to get your Christmas wines in early. Find Waitrose wine recommendations first and then go to Waitrose Wine Direct for this great offer.
And a big thank you to @pumps1000_ian for pointing out that Tesco have ended their 5% discount on a case of 6 in store.
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