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  • Morrisons £15 Valentine's meal deal for two

    Morrisons £15 Valentine's meal deal for two

    In stores and online

    Expired

    If you go online to Morrisons* or into a store from Wed 10 Feb (find your nearest*), you can pick up its Valentine’s meal deal for two for £15, until 11.59pm or store closing time on Sun 14 Feb. The deal includes a starter, a main, two sides, a dessert and either a drink or chocolates suitable for two people to share (including vegan options), with the choice of wine, prosecco, or a soft drink. 

    A few highlights on the menu include:

    Starters
    • Chorizo Palmier 
    • Camembert tear and share bread 
    • Garlic and cream cheese stuffed mushrooms
       
    Mains
    • Mushroom and leek pasta bake (vegan)
    • Lamb shanks
    • Salmon with honey and fennel butter 
       
    Sides
    • Chunky chips (vegan)
    • Cauliflower cheese
    • Vegetable medley with Jersey butter
       
    Desserts
    • Chocolate brownie pudding (vegan)
    • Twin tarte au citron
    • Salted caramel and chocolate profiteroles
       
    Drinks
    • Chilean Merlot (vegan)
    • Pinot Grigio rosé
    • Sicilian lemonade presse
       
    Chocolates
    • Milk Chocolate Marc De Champagne truffles
    • Chocolate truffles
       

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

    Visit our Supermarket coupons page for ways to save on the weekly shop.

  • Morrisons FREE pizza ingredients kits for families in need

    Morrisons FREE pizza ingredients kits for families in need

    Available over half term. Excludes NI

    Expired

    This half term, Morrisons* is donating 60,000 pizza-making ingredients kits to families in need across England, Scotland and Wales. The kits, which serve two people and come in a choice of vegetarian or meat, will be distributed to local schools who will pass them onto families in need of support. The donations are being launched in line with local school half terms so dates vary, but they've already begun in Scotland and will begin from Mon 15 Feb in England and Wales. They'll finish as half term ends.

    Who qualifies?

    Your school should get in touch with you if you're eligible for a kit, but if you haven't heard anything or you want to proactively check if you qualify, you should:

    1. Check with your child's school to see if it's participating.
    2. Ask it whether you're eligible if you believe you are a family in need.

    Morrisons told us that, as the initiative is being handled on a local level, it can't give any hard and fast rules about eligibility. The best course of action is to speak to your school and see.

    If your school's not participating, it can speak to its local 'Morrisons community champions' (they can be found in every store) about getting involved.

    What's in the kits?

    • Ready-to-roll pizza dough (two servings)
    • Tomato sauce
    • Grated cheese
    • Peppers & sweetcorn (vegetarian option) or pepperoni & ham (meat option)
    • Recipe card




    Morrisons is also giving customers the chance to help out by purchasing 'pick up packs' from the front of any Morrisons store (find your nearest*) for between £1-£5. These are pre-packed parcels aimed at helping struggling families. You can pick one up, pay for it at the till and it will be put aside to be donated to local food banks and other community groups.

    See our supermarket coupons page for ways to shave down the weekly shop.

    • Not available in Northern Ireland.

      The scheme is also available through community groups, but Morrisons weren't able to define exactly what groups come under that umbrella, and tells us that it's mainly operating through schools.