Morrisons is selling 15 cans of Guinness for St Patrick’s Day for £10

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Morrisons is selling 15 cans of Guinness for St Patrick's Day for £10



GUINNESS fans hoping to party like the Irish this weekend can get their hands on 15 cans for just £10 at Morrisons.
The supermarket has slashed the price of the popular stout by £5.53 from its usual price of £15.53.
Guinness is on offer at Morrisons for £10 – the cheapest price at the big four supermarkets
It brings the price per 440ml can of Draught down from £1.03 to 66p – perfect for those celebrating St Patrick’s Day on March 17.
This is the best price you can get for Guinness at the four largest supermarkets.
The malted brew, which Guinness says is best served cold, has a 4.1 per cent alcohol content so you will need to have proof of age to buy it.
You can get the deal until March 19 but it’s only around while stocks last so you’ll have to go quick to snap it up – you’re also limited to buying no more than six packs of 15 in stores and to 20 packs online.
The offer is available online and in all Morrisons stores – although they will cost more in Scotland at £13.53.
Shoppers who bought the cans in store in England and Wales were able to pick up a free Guinness glass worth £2 but these were subject to availability and have now sold out.
You couldn’t get the glass in Scotland due to different licencing laws and Morrisons has no branches in Northern Ireland.
Morrisons is the fourth largest supermarket chain in the UK. Use its store finder tool to locate your nearest.
Asda has the next cheapest deal on Guinness where you can get 15 440ml Guinness Draught cans for £12, making them 80p a can.
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For those who want more than just a can of the cold stuff, Aldi is selling Guinness burgers and sausages for St Patrick’s Day.
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