SAVVY shoppers can pick up some plonk for pennies as Tesco is offering customers 25 per cent off wine and Champagne.
We’ve worked out the best bottles to snap up that will cost you just £3.50 each.
Tesco Tesco is giving shoppers 25 per cent off if you buy six bottles of wine
The 25 per cent off is only on until Monday, May 27 online and in larger stores so you’ll have to be quick to take part.
The only catch is that you have to buy six plus bottles at a time to bag the 25 per cent discount, and buy wine worth £4.75 or more.
But you don’t have to spend a lot.
There are lots of bottles on sale for £4.75 which work out at £21.36 for six, or £3.56 each.
We’ve listed them below.
The best value wines to buy in Tesco’s dealHere are the cheapest wines you can pick up at Tesco until the offer ends on May 27:
Frascati Doc 75Cl – Was: £4.75. Now: £3.56 (£21.36 for six) – buy now
Montepulciano D’abruzzo 75Cl – Was: £4.75. Now: £3.56 (£21.36 for six) – buy now
Gallo Family Vineyards Summer Rose 75Cl – Was: £4.75. Now: £3.56 (£21.36 for six) – buy now
Chilean Malbec 75Cl – Was: £4.75. Now: £3.56 (£21.36 for six) – buy now
Remember that if you don’t buy six, you’ll pay the normal retail price.
The offer includes pricey Champagne bottles like the £45 Moet And Chandon Grand Vintage.
But it also includes more reasonable fizz like Tesco’s £8 Finest Prosecco.
It’s worth noting that the offer isn’t available in Scotland and you can get a maximum of 36 bottles.
It also doesn’t include fortified wines, boxed wines, or wines under 200ml.
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