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  • Every once in a blue moon, the supermarket gods gift us a Lidl coupon. This is such a time. If you download the brand new Lidl Plus app (free on the App Store or Google Play) and register as a member, you'll find an e-coupon for £5 off a £25 spend. Use it within 14 days of signing up, and show it at the till at any Lidl store in England, Scotland or Wales (find your nearest).

    The offer ends on Wed 23 Sep - we've asked Lidl whether that's the date by which you must download the app, or spend the coupon. We'll update here once we know.

    You'll need to spend at least £25 in a single transaction to be able to use the coupon. It's valid on everything except alcohol and infant formula.

    If you're after clothing for your kid's new school term, you could effectively get Lidl's £4 school uniform bundle for free, if you pick it up as part of a larger shop. Or perhaps just treat yourself to a Lidl something...

    Remember it is now compulsory to wear a face covering in all supermarkets in England and Scotland.

    • Sorry - this deal excludes Northern Ireland.

      New Lidl Plus app users only. Can't be used with any other Lidl Plus coupons which discount an overall spend in a single transaction.

      Users must be 18 or over.

  • From Thu 6 Aug, if you go into a Lidl store (find your nearest), it's price-matching Aldi's school uniform bundle, so you'll be able to get a full set for £4 (was £4.50), while stock lasts. What's more, the price is the same for every size.

    What do you get?

    2x polo shirts - £1.75
    Sweatshirt - 50p (was £1)
    Skirt or trousers - £1.75

    Go quick if you're interested as we predict this deal will be incredibly popular and likely to run out fast.

    Remember it is now compulsory to wear a face covering in all shops and supermarkets in England and Scotland.

    MSE LAURA F says:

    After Aldi announced it was dropping the price of its school uniform bundle to £4, Lidl has now matched it. Both are now offering the cheapest uniform bundle we've seen this year.

  • Allini Prosecco Treviso Frizzante is £4.99 in store at Lidl (find your nearest). 

    Please be Drinkaware.

  • After a successful trial scheme in a few locations, all Lidl stores in England, Scotland and Wales (find your nearest) are now offering £1.50 boxes containing 5kg of 'edible but not perfect' fruit and veg - slightly past its best, but still safe to eat.

    Every day, a limited number of boxes will be available from the time stores open, until midday - when any unsold boxes will be donated to local good causes.

    What you'll actually get is completely random, as the 'Too Good to Waste' boxes are made up on the day with whatever fruit and veg is looking past its best in each store. Some will be bruised or battered, while others might have just escaped from their wrapper - in any case, you'll be able to see what you're getting before you buy.

    Here's what the boxes may look like in store:

    See our blog on Reductions in places you might not expect for how you can save 30% at Lidl, or bag 'yellow-sticker' bargains at B&M, Holland & Barrett and more. 

    MSE Rhiannon says:

    To give a very rough idea of how good this is, I've made up an imaginary 5kg box below including five different fruits and vegetables (1kg of each, using Lidl's prices):

    • Apples - normally 95p for 670g (£1.42/kg).
    • Bananas - normally 76p per 1kg loose.
    • Carrots - normally 59p for a 1kg bag.
    • Onions - normally 82p for a 1kg bag.
    • Potatoes - normally £1.25 for 1kg (50p/kg).


    So at Lidl you'd usually pay £4.84 for this lot, meaning the £1.50 box would save you £3.34 (though you'd save a lot more if your box was full of more expensive, exotic fruits/veg).

  • Comte de Senneval Champagne Brut is £11.49 in store and online at Lidl (find your nearest).

    Please be Drinkaware.

  • If you're looking for a Chanel smell-alike, Suddenly Madame Glamour perfume is £3.99 for a 50ml bottle in Lidl stores nationwide (find your nearest). 

    Forumites swear it smells just like Chanel Coco Mademoiselle, which is normally £61ish for 50ml. We've also done some in-house testing at MSE Towers, and it scored highly against the more expensive brand. 

    Obviously we can't guarantee you'll scents the similarity, but it's worth a nosey.  

    See the Cheap smell-alikes forum post to see what forumites think.

  • There are always ways to save money at Lidl, 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:

    • Exclusive offers for email subscribers. If you sign up to the Lidl newsletter it will email you special promotional offers and competitions, so you can get in there first.

    • Supermarket coupons. Make sure you look out for Lidl’s in-store magazine as it may contain coupons and vouchers to save on your shopping. Also check newspapers like The Metro for £5 off £25 spend vouchers, and remember - Lidl only accepts its own coupons.

    • Check out similar retailers, eg, Aldi and the other major supermarkets. If you’re not committed to buying from Lidl, check out our deals from Aldi, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Asda, Morrisons and Waitrose, where they may have a better offer, or accept any coupons you might have (except Aldi).

    • 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 Lidl? 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 Lidl*.


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

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  • Cheapest prosecco & champagne

    Cheapest prosecco & champagne

    Supermarket round-up incl £5 prosecco & £11 champagne

    Below are the cheapest 750ml bottles of fizz at each of the major supermarkets when we checked at 3.40pm on Tue 17 Mar.

    If ordering online, some supermarkets require you to order a minimum number of bottles (such as six at Aldi), while most supermarkets will have a minimum order threshold so you'll likely need to get these with your normal groceries.

    Aldi

    Asda

    Lidl (in store only)


    Morrisons


    Sainsbury's

    Tesco

     

    Please be Drinkaware.

  • Mother's Day flowers from £2 in-store

    Mother's Day flowers from £2 in-store

    Round-up of supermarket flowers for a tenner or less

    You don't have to spend a lot to treat your Mum on Mother's Day (Sun 22 Mar). The cheapest (which doesn't necessarily mean low quality) bunches of flowers start from £2 at supermarkets.

    Here are the prices the major supermarkets have confirmed for the Mother's Day period, while stock lasts:

    Lidl from Thur 19 Mar (find your nearest)

    • £2 Pocket money posy (pictured)
    • £4 'Wonderful Mum' bouquet (pictured)
    • £6 'Sweet Pastels' bouquet 
    • £10 'Country Garden' gift bag (pictured) - tulips displayed in a paper gift bag, with a ribbon
    • £10 'Cotton Candy/Blueberry Blooms' bouquet (pictured) - roses with lilies/soft chrysanthemums

     

    Aldi from Thur 19 Mar (find your nearest)

    • £2.49 Mini ceramic planter, milk jug (flamingo planter or queen bee milk jug) - double pink kalanchoe/white campanula bali
    • £4.99 'Pretty tulips' 
    • £9.99 'Shine Bright' bouquet - 18 stems of roses, chrysanthemums, alstroemeria and germini

     

    Morrisons from Wed 18 Mar (find your nearest*)

    • £3 Pocket money bouquet (pictured) - chrysanthemum, carnation and gypsophila
    • £5 'Thanks Mum' (pictured) - chrysanthemum, santini, alstroe, eucalyptus and germini
    • £10 'No. 1 Mum' pink - chrysanthemum, santini, germini, alstroe, eucalyptus and rhododendron
    • £10 'No. 1 Mum' purple - chrysanthemum, santini, germini, pitto, ruscus and palm

     

    Tesco from Thur 19 Mar (find your nearest*)

    • £5 'Cerise kisses' (pictured) - chrysanthemums, carnation and gerbera 
    • £7 Tesco welly boots - kalanchoe
    • £10 Unicorn & dinosaur bouquets (pictured) - chrysanthemums and carnations
    • £10 Roses - white and pale pink roses, with touches of cerise and green
    • £10 Fox & Ivy candle hamper - scented candle in either floral hyacinth or wild peony with a pink or white orchid
    • £10 Deluxe basket (pictured) - pink chrysanthemum, chammy stems, english ivy and kalanchoe
    • £10 'Cotton Candy' (pictured) - chrysanthemums, germini, white antirrhinums, cerise roses and carnations

     

    Co-op from Wed 18 Mar (find your nearest)

    • £5 Vibrant bouquet - chrysanthemum spray, germini, pistache and rose. 
    • £10 Fairtrade mixed roses - 100% fairtrade roses

       

    Waitrose from Thu 19 Mar (find your nearest*)

    • £8.50 'Special bouquet' - chrysanthemum, pistache, germini, waxflower and carnation

     

    Last bud not least, if you want more bang for your buck, perhaps consider alternatives such as bunches of daffodils (£1 in most supermarkets). Of course, you can find similar bargains at independent stores across the country, though unfortunately, we can't compare prices for them all. Before buying at supermarkets, check local florists' prices to ensure you're getting the best deal.

    If it's outdoor plants you're looking for, we've blagged 20 'lucky dip' hanging basket plants for £7 all-in.

    MSE Rhiannon says:

    How to jazz up a cheap bunch

    With a bit of artistic flair, you can make a cheap-ish bouquet look expensive for next to nowt. Wrap it in fancy paper – no need to spend more than £1 on that. Maybe attach a handmade card then listen as your mum reminisces about gifts you made her as a child (awww).

    We had a go at sprucing up a £4 supermarket bunch for just £3.50 extra...