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  • Every day of the week, Asda is letting kids aged 16 or under eat free in any of its 216 cafes (find your nearest) when accompanied by an adult paying at least £1. This is an ongoing offer with no end date currently set.

    You can take advantage at any time during cafe opening hours, with a maximum limit of one meal per child per day. There's no limit to how many children you can bring along for a free meal – a £1-paying adult covers multiple children.

    The kids' menu includes dishes such as fish fingers and chicken nuggets which would normally cost between £2.40 (for cold meals) and £2.60 (for hot). All dishes are served with a drink and piece of fruit. 

    Is it possible to spend just £1?

    Sides include bread roll (50p each), side salad (85p), fries (85p), gravy (20p) and more, so you could easily make up the minimum spend with a couple of these.

    Crucially, if you're in a lockdown area, you can take advantage of the offer via takeaway. Just turn up to your nearest Asda Cafe and get your kids meal to go.

    Did you know that teachers can get 10% off at Morrisons until Sun 31 Jan?

  • If you go online to Asda or if you're visiting a store (find your nearest), you can pick up its £7 meal deal - including two pizzas, one side and a four-pack of Budweiser or non-alcoholic alternative. If ordering online, you'll need to factor in minimum spend and delivery charges. It's worth noting delivery slots are limited at the moment. This offer has been ongoing for a while now and there isn't a specified end date.

    What's on the menu? 

    Currently, the Asda website lists five pizzas, three sides, and five drinks to mix and match as you wish (subject to availability). A few highlights we spotted on the menu include:

    Pizzas
    • Pizza Express 'Classic American'
    • Pizza Express 'Margherita'
    • Spicy meat feast
    • Cheese feast
    • Pepperoni

    Sides
    • McCain smoky BBQ crispy dippers
    • Pizza Express 'Original Dough Balls' with garlic butter dip
    • McCain salt & pepper fries

     

    Please be Drinkaware. See our Restaurant Vouchers if you'd rather eat out.

  • Henri Cachet Champagne Brut is £9.97 a bottle (norm £13.50) in store and online at Asda*

    Please be Drinkaware.

  • Prosecco Spumante Extra Dry is £4.47 a bottle in store and online at Asda.

    Please be Drinkaware.

  • You can get a full school uniform (ages 2-16) from £11.50 online at Asda*. Uniform is also available in store, but we found the cheapest items were online exclusives. Standard delivery's £2.95. Click and collect is free.

    What do you get?


    Prices change depending on size. We noticed that a lot of sizes are sold out online. If George at Asda doesn't have the size you need available to order, try visiting a store instead. Alternatively, there are other similar items available online, but you may pay more for them.

    Delivery usually takes up to five working days, but may be subject to delays at the moment because of the pandemic.

    Important: If you live in Wales, it may not be possible to buy non-essentials at the supermarket during the lockdown and online shopping might be your only option. The rules are changing often, so keep an eye on our Life-in-lockdown guide which contains links to the Government sites for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

    • Delivery not available for the Channel Islands and Isle of Man.

  • There are always ways to save money at Asda* so even if there isn't a cracking deal out there that works for you, don't assume you can't cut your costs further.

    Ways to save include:

    • Supermarket coupons. Make sure you check out our supermarket coupons page to save on your shopping.

    • Compare the cost of your trolley. Compare the cost of your shopping trolley at the major online supermarkets with MySupermarket*. Prices are often reflected in stores, so it's worth doing a check to see which is cheapest for you.

    • Take the Downshift Challenge. The phrasing and language used hypnotises us into thinking most costly is best. While the packaging looks more opulent, look beneath it and sometimes you won't be able to tell the difference (often it's made in the same factory). Take our Downshift Challenge.

    • Track if it's really a bargain. Most of us know just because a supermarket lists an item as "on offer", that doesn't mean it's cheap. The trouble has been sorting awesome offers from poor promos. To help, MySupermarket* charts products' price histories to show if a 'was' price is realistic.

    • Time trips right to bag huge yellow sticker discounts. If you spot a yellow sticker discount - fantastic. Grab it and use it quickly as it's a saving on perfectly good nosh. See when Asda normally reduces its produce in our Cheap Supermarket Shopping guide.

    • Check out similar retailers, eg, Sainsbury’s, Aldi and the other major supermarkets. If you're not committed to buying from Asda, check out our deals from AldiTescoSainsbury'sLidlMorrisons and Waitrose, where they may have a better offer.

    • Try haggling. We polled 1,400 MoneySavers to find out in which shops hagglers have most success. Supermarkets did feature, so it's worth a go. Find out more in our Haggle on the High Street guide.​

    • Had a problem with Asda? There’s a free online tool you can use to complain – it helps draft, manage and if necessary escalate your complaint. It’s offered by a firm called Resolver, which we like so much we work with it to help people get complaints justice – you can use it to complain to Asda*.
       

    If you spot any hot deals out there we have missed (we are human after all!), email us at msedeals@moneysavingexpert.com or via Twitter @MSE_Deals.

  • You can get a complete pair of varifocal glasses for £45 at Asda Opticians*. The price includes value frames, lenses, anti-reflective coating, tints and thinner lenses (if required).

    We compared prices with a number of other opticians, and found that Asda Opticians was the cheapest for varifocal glasses. Always compare prices before you buy though, as you may find a good deal at your local opticians.

    See below for the prices of a complete pair of varifocal glasses elsewhere:

    • Vision Express from £50
    • Glasses Direct from £68
    • Specsavers from £69

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  • Christmas veg from 14p/packet

    Christmas veg from 14p/packet

    Price war raging at supermarkets incl Aldi, Lidl, Tesco, and Asda

    Are you in charge of this year's Christmas dinner? Keep your eyes peeled in supermarkets, as the 2020 Christmas Veg Price War is now raging with the cheapest ever prices we’ve seen since we started tracking them in 2015, starting at 14p/packet. This beats last year’s 15p (and 2015's 22p, in case you were wondering).

    Aldi confirmed that from Thu 17 Dec, it dropped the price of a selection of veg to 14p, instead of the 19p previously stated. Lidl has also confirmed on Fri 18 Dec it dropped prices to 14p a packet on a range of similar veg, instead of the 15p previously stated. As we see every year, once one supermarket drops its prices, the others follow suit, although we don't think prices will go any lower before Christmas Day.

    Sprout, sprout, let it all out, these are the Christmas veg deals you can't do without...

    Prices last checked on Tue 22 Dec.

    Aldi – 14p each

    • Brussels sprouts (500g) – 14p
    • Carrots (1kg) – 14p
    • Parsnips (500g) – 14p
    • Red/white cabbage (each) – 14p
    • Swede (each) – 14p
    • Potatoes (2kg) – 14p
       

    Lidl – 14p each (shallots 29p)

    • Brussels sprouts (500g) – 14p
    • Carrots (1kg) – 14p
    • Red cabbage (per kg) – 14p
    • Potatoes (1.5kg) – 14p
    • Parsnips (500g) – 14p
    • Shallots (300g) – 29p
       

    Tesco – from 19p each

    Asda* – 20p each

     

    Will there be enough stock?

    Given the time of year and uncertainty over supply chains, we can't be certain what stock will be available at supermarkets – local stores may be a better option for simpler shops.

    Will they be reduced even further?

    Of course, it might be worth waiting until just before supermarkets close for Christmas as you could find these cheap veg further reduced to clear stock. Previously we've seen 1kg of carrots for 5p or even free after Christmas Day.

    For more groceries offers and coupons, see our Supermarket coupons page.

  • Board game deals round-up

    Board game deals round-up

    Incl £13 Articulate (norm £30ish), and free virtual games

    Board games are an integral Christmas Day activity for many, as well as a good idea for a gift with plenty of mileage, so we've rounded up the best deals on some of the most popular titles. Plus, given the current restrictions, we've suggested how you can adapt a few of the most popular games to play virtually. 

    The Government's guidance for staying safe over Christmas suggests avoiding playing board games with members of different households because of the risk of contamination, and only playing with members of your own household. So if physical board games are off the table for you, we've highlighted below whether or not you can adapt each game to be played over video call instead, and listed an app or online version, if this is available – though these may not be like-for-like to a physical copy. We've mentioned some virtual games and quizzes below, too.

    Most popular and highest rated board games

    We researched the best board games by scanning review listicles and best seller lists (see all our sources below), and collating some of the titles which appeared most often. The results cover both new and classic games, and varying levels of difficulty. For more about how to play each game, see our 'what's the gist?' table below.

    Board game Lowest price (and next cheapest) How easy is this to play over video call? Is there an online version instead?
    Articulate! £12.99 at Ryman, £20 at Asda (norm up to £33) Easy – it has an online version of the game (see right). Yes – for free via the Articulate! virtual cards, specially launched for lockdown.
    Gloomhaven £105.94 at Amazon*, £109.19 at Zatu (norm up to £150) Not possible – you can't play over a call. No – there's no online version.
    Ticket to Ride
    £32.95 at Amazon*, £36.99 at Zatu (norm up to £40) Not possible – you can't play over a call. Yes – via an app (currently £3.09 via Google Play or £2.99 on the App Store).
    Scrabble
    £11.99 at Amazon* and Smyths Toys, £12 at Argos (norm up to £20) Difficult – you'd need to make sure the same letters were removed from each player's bag each time. No – but there are free apps such as WordFeud which let you play a similar game with friends via your phone.
    Pandemic £17.99 at IWOOT, £28.98 at OnBuy (norm up to £40) Not possible – you can't play over a call. Yes – you can play virtually online for £7.19 on Steam.
    Carcassonne
    £17.99 at IWOOT, £21.61 at Amazon* (norm up to £35) Easy – it has an online version of the game. Yes – thanks to the free online version at BoardGameArena.
    Exploding Kittens
    £9.99 at OnBuy, £14.99 at Amazon* (norm up to £30) Not possible – you can't play over a call. Yes – via an app (currently £1.79 via Google Play or £1.99 on the App Store).
    Five Second Rule £9.99 at Smyths Toys, £12.96 at OnBuy (norm up to £13) Bit fiddly – one household could manoeuvre the pieces and read from the cards while other households could shout out answers. No – there's no online version.
    Cards Against Humanity (family edition) £25 at Cards Against Humanity, £27.99 at John Lewis* and £29.99 at WH Smith (norm up to £30) Easy – you'd all need to print free pack from the Cards Against Humanity website. To save paper, consider downloading and viewing onscreen instead. Yes – you can download for free from the Cards Against Humanity website.
    Prices at 5.56pm on Tue 22 Dec


    Classic board games

    Board game Lowest price (and next cheapest) How easy is this to play over video call? Is there an online version instead?
    Jenga  £9.99 at Amazon* and Smyths Toys, Next cheapest, £10 (norm £12) at Argos, John Lewis* and Tesco Not possible – need to be in the same room to play. No – there's no online version.
    Connect 4 £10.99 at Smyths Toys. Next cheapest, £11 at Argos Bit fiddly – one person would need to put all the tokens in. Yes – via an app (currently free via App Store or £2.39 via Google Play).
    Monopoly £17.99 at Smyths Toys. Next cheapest, £18 (was £20) at Argos Bit fiddly – each player would need to move/place all pieces on their own board. Yes – via an app (currently £3.99 via Google Play and the App Store).
    Prices at 5.56pm on Tue 22 Dec


    Top board game picks from MSE HQ

    Board game
    Lowest price (and next cheapest)  How easy is this to play over video call? Is there an online version instead?
    Dobble
    MSE Laura B's pick
    £5.66 at OnBuy, £8 at Amazon* (norm up to £13) Possible – for some versions, you'd all need your own pack.(See Connect and Play for which versions can be played virtually). No – there's no online version.
    Dominion
    MSE Laura F's pick
    £32.49 at Zatu, £41.36 at Amazon* (norm up to £45) Not possible – you can't play over a call. Yes – there's a free Dominion online version.
    What do you Meme?
    MSE Sarah's pick
    £22.99 at Zatu. Cheaper at £22.39 at Hive but currently out of stock (norm up to £28) Not possible – you can't play over a call. No – there's no online version.
    Cluedo
    MSE Rhiannon's pick
    £15 at Asda, £20 at Argos (norm up to £30) Possible – so long as one person has the set, they can move pieces for everyone. Yes – it's £11.99 on Steam or there's an app (currently £1.99 via Google Play or £3.99 on the App Store)
    Guess Who? Norwich City FC edition
    MSE Kelvin's pick
    £24 at Official Norwich City FC Merchandise. Not available elsewhere Possible – you'd all need your own (same version) board. Yes – Twinkl has a free printable Guess Who-style game.
    Linkee
    MSE Laura F's pick
    £21.38 at Zatu, £22.97 at George at Asda (norm up to £27) Easy – only one person needs a pack. Everyone else can listen and call out. No – there's no online version. 
    Prices at 5.56pm on Tue 22 Dec


    More virtual games

    If you're not fussed about physical games, perhaps you'd rather keep your gaming solely in cyberspace where human infections hold no sway. In that case, if the games listed above don't take your fancy, there are plenty of free sites you can use to find games of your choice.

    BoardGameArena features a selection of popular games and lets you play online against friends or strangers. If you've had enough of board games after reaching this section, you might prefer the free quizzes over at Sporcle.

    If your Christmas game-playing usually involves a festive tipple, see our Christmas bubbly deals.

    • Here's a little more information about each of the board games above:

      Board game What's the gist?
      Articulate!

      Get your teammates to work out the word on your card without saying the word yourself.

      Ages 12+

      Gloomhaven

      Strategic card play involving vanquishing monsters and completing quests.

      Ages 14+

      Ticket to Ride

      Lay down railway routes across the country to score the most points.

      Ages 8+

      Scrabble

      A classic. Use your tiles to come up with high-scoring words.

      Ages 12+

      Pandemic

      Contain the spread of infection (counters) across the board.

      Ages 8+

      Carcassonne

      Place tiles to build and shape your medieval landscape.

      Ages 7+

      Exploding Kittens

      Strategic card game. Make sure your opponents are blown up instead of you.

      Ages 7+

      Five Second Rule

      Name three things from the category on a card before the timer runs out.

      Ages 10+

      Cards Against Humanity (family edition)

      Match up cards to come up with the funniest sentences. This is the kid-friendly version.

      Ages 8+

      Dobble

      MSE Laura B's pick

      A lightning-speed, high-energy set of games revolving around matching symbols.

      Ages 8+

      Dominion

      MSE Laura F's pick

      Build your empire through strategic card play.

      Ages 13+

      What do you Meme?

      MSE Sarah's pick

      Match photo cards with caption cards to get the biggest laughs.

      Ages 17+

      Cluedo

      MSE Rhiannon's pick

      Work out the murderer, weapon and scene of the crime.

      Ages 8+

      Guess Who? Norwich City FC edition

      MSE Kelvin's pick

      Ask yes/no questions to deduce your opponent's identity.

      Ages 6+

      Linkee

      MSE Laura F's pick

      Work out the answers to four questions and the connection between them.

      Ages 14+