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  • Lidl £5 off £25 spend voucher via Metro

    Lidl £5 off £25 spend voucher via Metro

    Also in Daily Mail (80p-£1.10) & Mail on Sunday (£1.80). Excludes Northern Ireland


    You'll find a voucher for £5 off when you spend £25 or more at Lidl (find your nearest) if you pick up the free Metro newspaper on Thu 9 Sep and Fri 10 Sep. Once you have the voucher, just show it to the cashier when you pay – it’s valid until stores close on Wed 15 Sep. The Metro with the voucher will be available in lots of cities and their surrounding towns across England, Scotland & Wales – see map in ‘more info’ below. Unfortunately, this offer will not be available in Northern Ireland. 

    Can’t get hold of a free Metro newspaper?

    The voucher can be found in various paid for newspapers too, meaning you'll save a bit less than £5 overall, unless you'd usually buy the paper anyway.

    Thu 9 Sep: The i (65p), Daily Mail (80p)
    Fri 10 Sep: The i (65p), Daily Mail (80p)
    Sat 11 Sep: iweekend (£1.20), Daily Mail (£1.10)
    Sun 12 Sep: The Mail on Sunday (£1.80)

    It can be used against almost everything in store including already-reduced items, but does exclude alcohol and infant formula. The qualifying spend must reach £25 after any other discounts – so if you're using Lidl Plus coupons, you'll need to factor this in. 

    Important: There have been a couple of times in the past where this voucher was due to appear in a newspaper, but didn't at the last minute. So before buying a paper especially for this deal, check the offer is displayed on the front page.

    Check out our supermarket coupons for more ways to cut the cost of your weekly shop.

    MSE Laura B says:

    Discounts like these don’t come around very often – so if you’ve a Lidl nearby this one’s definitely worth a look, especially if you can maximise the saving by getting your hands on a free copy of the Metro this Thursday or Friday.

    While the T&Cs state it’s one voucher per transaction, there doesn’t appear to be anything stopping you from using multiple vouchers on separate Lidl spends – so you may be able to save more than £5 if you can split your weekly grocery shop into several smaller shops of at least £25 each.

    • The free Metro newspaper can be found in these areas (click the map for detailed info):

      It’s one voucher per single transaction and it must be presented at the till at the time of purchase. Original vouchers must be shown at the till - copied, damaged, online printouts or defaced vouchers aren't acceptable.

      This offer is valid in all UK stores except Northern Ireland. Please see your voucher for full terms and conditions.

  • A dozen red roses from £3.99

    A dozen red roses from £3.99

    Our round-up of prices at major supermarkets


    Over-commercialised spending is one of our bugbears – you should never feel the pressure to buy stuff just because the calendar tells you it's Valentine's Day. But if you are planning to mark it with red roses, make sure you're not paying over the odds. Bunches of 12 start from £3.99 at supermarkets, but in the past stores have engaged in the 'war of the roses' and cut prices even further on the day itself.

    If you're interested in couriered roses from £25 instead, be aware that the closer we get to Valentine's Day, the more chance there is of falling foul of delivery delays. (Plus, you'll spend at least five times what you'd pay for a supermarket bunch.)

    Important: With the UK still in lockdown and trips out of the home limited to essential reasons, make sure you're picking up flowers as part of a planned supermarket trip.

    We'll update the below list as we get confirmation of this year's pricing from more retailers:

    Supermarket Price & available date
    (find your nearest)
    £3.99 for 12 red roses
    £1.99 for 10 red roses
    Available now
    (find your nearest)
    £5 for 12 red roses
    £24.99 for 100
    Available from Fri 12 Feb
    (find your nearest*)
    £5 for 12 red roses
    Available from Fri 12 Feb
    (find your nearest)
    £5 for 12 red sweetheart roses
    Available from Fri 12 Feb
    (find your nearest*)
    £5 for 12 red roses
    Available now
    (find your nearest)
    £5 for 12 red roses
    £10 for 12 red roses (slightly longer-stemmed)
    £20 for 12 premium long-stemmed red roses
    Available now
    (find your nearest*)
    £5 for 12 red roses
    Available now
    (find your nearest*)
    £5 for 12 red roses
    £10 for 18 red roses
    Checking when available
    (find your nearest)
    £10 for 12 Fairtrade red roses
    £15 for 24
    Available now

    Expect short-stemmed standard roses unless we've specified otherwise – we've not included any premium ranges. The cost of roses can shoot up if they are long-stemmed, or ethically/locally sourced. If you want more bang for your buck, consider alternatives such as tulips.

    How to jazz up a £2 bunch

    With a bit of creative flair, you can make a £2-£5 bunch of supermarket roses look a lot more expensive for next to nothing. Wrap them in some attractive paper (no need to spend more than £1), attach a self-penned poem (get some inspiration from Google) and you're sure to be in your loved one's good books.

    For more frugal flirtation, see our free ideas to celebrate Valentine's Day blog.

    MSE LAURA F says:

    Most of the prices are the same as last year's. The biggest difference is Aldi, who offered 12 sweetheart roses for £1.99 last February, as opposed to £3.99 this year. Aldi tells us that this year's bunch is made up of different types of roses – Calypso and Furiosa – so it's not quite like-for-like.