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Cheap Champagne The top offers on cheap bubbly

Last updated: 20 May 2014
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Want to pop some fizz? Here's a run-down of the top bubbly deals, from the supermarkets' best to posh champagne houses. We hope these deals help you cut your costs, but please drink responsibly.

Cheapest supermarket champagnes

Asda logo£10 Louvel Fontaine Champagne Brut*In-store and online at Asda

10 days left

Louvel Fontaine Champagne Brut is £10 (was £24.25) at Asda* until Sun 3 Aug.

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Aldi logo£10 Veuve Monsigny Champagne Brut In-store only at Aldi

Ongoing
Veuve Monsigny Champagne Brut is currently £9.99 a bottle at Aldi. The price for this champagne has been known to jump to £12.99 so we'll update you here if it does.

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are
you
Skint? ask:
  • Do I need it?
  • Can I afford it?
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you
not skint? ask:
  • Will I use it?
  • Is it worth it?
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Although Section 75 doesn't apply to debit cards there is something else to fall back on if you paid on a Visa debit or electron card, or Visa credit card under £100 (otherwise go for Section 75). Known as Visa Chargeback, this is part of Visa's internal rules and not a legal requirement. Full details of Section 75, chargeback and how to claim in the Section 75 Refunds guide.

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