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Iceland logoIceland £4 off £40 student discount*Discount valid on online shop via Unidays code


Students can get £4 off a spend of £40 or more online at Iceland*.

You'll need a code from Unidays, which you can get for free by signing up with your university details, and to register with Iceland* to see if it delivers in your area (it's free on orders over £35).

It's one code per student. Carrier bags don't count towards the minimum spend and alcohol is excluded from the offer in Scotland.

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Iceland logoIceland £10 'Family Feast' meal deal*In stores & online. Norm £14.31 bought individually

Go online to Iceland* or into a store (find your nearest*) and you can get its £10 'Family Feast' meal deal until Tue 20 Feb, subject to stock.
What's included?

The £10 bundle offer includes Iceland 'Let’s Eat American' Family Box* (1.42Kg, norm £5) consisting of southern fried chicken wings, southern fried chicken breast fillet strips, chicken popsters (40 pieces) and southern fried wedges. You'll also get:

How much can you save?

If bought separately, all the items included in the offer would cost £14.31 – so you can save £4.31 shopping at Iceland with this offer. Even though we found the Ben & Jerry's ice cream for less elsewhere, if you want all the food included in this bundle then it still works out the cheaper option.

If buying online, you'll need to get the deal as part of a larger shop as there's a £25 minimum spend. Delivery is £2 for orders under £35.

Iceland £10 family feast meal deal

Iceland logoIceland £10 Valentine's dine-in for twoIncl 2 mains, 1 side and dessert


Go online to Iceland or in store (find your nearest) to get its Valentine's dine-in meal for two for £10 until Wed 14 Feb. The offer includes two mains, one side and one dessert. If ordering online, you'll have to factor in the £2 delivery charge with a minimum order of £25. 

What's on the menu?

Mix and match from a small selection of frozen mains, sides and desserts including rump or sirloin steak, 'luxury' mixed grill, broccoli and cauliflower creamy gratins and Sicilian lemon tartlets.

How much can you save?

Main courses normally cost up to £4.50, sides up to £2 and desserts up to £2 - so you'll only really save £3 using the deal.

How can you spot the items included?

Iceland says all items included will be in one freezer with clear signage explaining the offer.

Iceland logo'Free' £4 pancake ingredients with £5 pan*In stores and online. Limited stock - can you find 'em?

Here's a flipping good deal... If you buy a £5 pancake pan (22cm) in store or online at Iceland*, you can get four pancake ingredients free (norm £4 in total) until Tue 13 Feb, while stocks last.

The ingredients you'll get free with the £5 pan:

  • McDougalls classic pancake mix (192g) – norm £1.
  • Frylight sunflower oil OR extra virgin olive oil OR rapeseed oil OR coconut oil cooking spray (190ml) – norm £1.50 each.
  • Bobby’s maple flavoured syrup (250g) – norm £1.
  • Gusto Agro Sicilian lemon juice (200ml) – norm 50p.

Take all five items to the checkout in store where the discount will be applied. If you're ordering online, go via this Iceland* link to select your items and add them to your basket – the deal will then be applied automatically. It's a £25 minimum spend online and delivery is £2 (free over £35).

Iceland logo10% off for emergency services personnel*In Iceland & Food Warehouse stores, or online for Bluelight cardholders


If you work as a member of the emergency services, you can get 10% off at Iceland* or The Food warehouse until Sun 17 Dec when you show valid emergency services photographic ID.

You'll be able to get the offer if you're a member of the police or fire services, RNLI or HM Coastguards or NHS staff.

The discount will be valid on almost everything, but you won't be able to buy more than six of each item or use the discount on carrier bags, Bonus Card savings or in conjunction with some in store offers or with another discount card.

What about online?

If you're a registered Bluelight card holder, you can get a unique online discount code for £4 off £40, £5 off £50 or £6 off £60 shops. Check here to see if your service is valid for this discount.

Some online discounts you can get with a free account, but the card costs £4.99 for a five-year membership so might be worth it if you think you'll save more than £5 using it.

Iceland logo£5 frozen Pizza Express meal deal*Incl two Pizza Express pizzas, ice cream & Pepsi. Norm £8.50


If you go online to Iceland* or to a store (find your nearest*) you can get a £5 frozen meal deal which includes two Pizza Express pizzas (norm £2.50 each), a Pizza Express ice cream tub (norm £2.50) and a 1.5L bottle of Pepsi (norm £1) while stocks last until Tue 12 Sep.

You can choose from:

  • Pizza - Polpette bolognaise (beef meatball & sauce), Pomodoro pesto (mozarella & tomato).
  • Ice cream - Chocolate fudge cake gelato, Tiramisu gelato.
  • Pepsi - Pepsi, Pepsi Max, Diet Pepsi, Pepsi Max cherry.

It would normally cost £8.50 if you were to buy these products separately at Iceland, so you'll save about £3.50 with this offer and we reckon £5 all-in is decent value.

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Skint? ask:
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  • Is it worth it?
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And although Section 75 doesn't apply to debit cards, there is something else to fall back on if you've paid using a debit card, or used a credit card for a purchase under £100. Known as Chargeback, this is part of banks' and card companies' internal rules and not a legal requirement. Read full details of Section 75 or Chargeback, plus how to claim, in our guides.

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